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Teen Titans Save Christmas! (Teen Titans Go!)

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Teen Titans Save Christmas! (Teen Titans Go!)
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Don’t let the title fool you, as the Teen Titans ruin Christmas, yet again.
Part of Season: 4
Episode Number: 6
Air Date: December 1, 2016
Writer: Aaron Horvath
Michael Jelenic
Director: Dave Stone
Previous episode: TV Knight
Next episode: BBSFBDAY!

Teen Titans Save Christmas! is the sixth episode of the fourth season of Teen Titans Go!, and the one-hundred-sixty-third overall episode of the series.


When Santa decides to quit, the Titans pitch in to try and save Christmas.

Why It Actually Ruins Christmas, AGAIN

  1. This episode shows the Titans breaking into someone's house because they are "trying to save Christmas."
  2. The Titans get happy when they are delivered coal. Who would want to get excited for receiving coal unless they wanted to take up barbecuing?
  3. It involves scenes about Robin's stomach.
  4. It gets really childish when Santa and Robin fight over a stupid catchphrase.
  5. Raven is out-of-character in this episode as she breaks into someone's house to save Robin, and her eyes were red while battling Santa.
  6. Awful Ending: The Titans don't give presents to children on Christmas, they give out beans for Christmas. It even ends with a photoshopped baby crying with the baby Kate crying sound effect and cans of beans.
  7. Why would Santa quit just because the Titans stop him from dominating every holiday?
  8. Misleading Title: The Teen Titans do not actually save Christmas in this episode: they instead ruin Christmas again by replacing all of the gifts for the children with baked beans, which made many children upset.
  9. This whole episode seems to show that the writers refused to listen to the criticism from “The True Meaning Of Christmas” episode, and made this episode instead, to mock the fans who made these criticisms. Such scenes that showed the writers' adamant refusal to listen include an opening that rehashes the beginning of “True Meaning”, having the titans receive coal and rejoicing over it and their bad behavior, and having the titans ruin Christmas again.

The Only Redeeming Quality

  1. There are some fairly funny moments like the Titans' excitement for receiving coal.


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