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The Fourth Wall (Teen Titans Go!)

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The Fourth Wall (Teen Titans Go!)
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How many more times, Teen Titans Go!, do you have to insult the fans before you've had enough?
Part of Season: 3
Episode Number: 9
Air Date: October 20, 2015
Writer: Michael Jelenic
Director: Peter Rida Michail
Previous episode: " Accept the Next Proposition You Hear"
Next episode: 40%,40%,20%


The Fourth Wall is the ninth episode of the third season of Teen Titans Go!, and the 113th episode overall.

Why It Broke the Fourth Wall (In a Bad Way)

  1. Like many of their "hater episodes", this was made to spit in the eyes of the fans in the original, lashing back at the series' negative reviews it had, proving that the writers still cannot take any form of criticism.
  2. Throughout the episode, the Titans change everything that made the show wrong but only make it worse. The first replace all the fart jokes and toilet humor with "smart people" comedy and "high brow" jokes, next their voices and performances are switched out for stereotypical British/Shakespearean voice acting and theatrical movements, and finally they order an offscreen animator to change the art style into one that resembles a modern Family Guy episode but with dark and muddy colors and stiffer animation.
  3. There's an inappropriate scene where Beast Boy twerks in front of the screen in his underwear, with Beast Boy referring to that as "The Underpants Dance".
  4. In addition to the insulting premise, the episode's overall plot is very poorly-written, confusing, and all over the place with numerous plot holes.
  5. Horrible Ending: The Titans quickly find out they've fallen into Control Freak's scheme of rebooting themselves, so they repeatedly fart until they go back to normal. They soon proceed to break the fourth wall to stop Control Freak from rebooting them again.

Redeeming Qualities

  1. The Titans do admit the Original Titans are better than them.
  2. Control Freak still has a point of the Titans being annoying.

Reception

This episode on IMDB got a 5.6 and is unpopular for being an insult to the original series.

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