Baby Hands: Robin has been hiding something under his gloves.
Raven warns the other Titans not to go near a box containing the Twin Destroyers of Azarath. Starfire can't help it and opens the box, giving hugs and snuggles to the two tiny, adorable Destroyers ... but love only makes the Destroyers stronger.
Starfire is tired of not fitting in with the other Titans, and asks Raven to help her to learn more about human culture. Raven casts a spell to give Starfire all of human knowledge, which turns Starfire into the total bummer.
Mad Mod steals the youth from Cyborg, Beast Boy, Starfire and Robin, turning them into Raven's favorite type of people: salty codgers. Instead of helping the Titans get their youth back, Raven teaches them how cool old people are.
When Beast Boy loses his ability to change into animals, he realizes that he's lost touch with his wild side. He goes to the forest to reconnect with his inner beast, but Mother Nature isn't as great as he had hoped.
The Titans and the Little Buddies throw a surprise party for Birdarang and Beat Box. When the Titans leave to check out a crime alert, Cyborg tells the Little Buddies to keep the party going while they're gone. Eight months later, the Titans still haven't returned and the party is still going.
Robin takes Starfire on a fake stakeout to get some alone time with her, which inspires Cyborg and Beast Boy to stake out Raven to learn her secrets.
When Robin starts a smear campaign against all of the other Titans so that he can be reelected Team Leader, Raven uses a time machine to bring a great leader from the past to teach Robin how to lead
Aqualad asks Raven out on a date, which makes Beast Boy jealous. Cyborg tries to prove that Aqualad is really a pirate.
Beast Boy is distressed by his big new battle scar, until Cyborg convinces him that the scar makes him look tough and manly. Now Beast Boy wants to look even tougher.
Blackfire pays a surprise visit to her sister Starfire, saying she wants to spend some quality time with her. The other Titans think that Blackfire is playing another trick, but Starfire is sure that this time Blackfire is serious about reviving their sisterly love.
Robin makes marionette versions of the other Titans as a way to deal with their lack of respect. However, he takes things a little too far when he wishes the real Titans were more like his puppets and The Puppet Wizard grants his wish.
The hyperactive heroes are back for another round of mischief, mayhem and messy food adventures! Robin, Cyborg, Raven, Starfire and Beast Boy continue their pizza eating, video game playing, TV obsessing exploits. Join the heroes in saving the world while having a ton of fun in 26 all-new action-packed adventures!
Robin starts performing magic tricks after seeing the Amazing Mumbo Jumbo, much to the delight of the other Titans - except Raven, who warns Robin that doing lame tricks will upset the Magic God.
In order to defeat Mother Mae Eye, Cyborg starts using a grandma voice, but soon that persona takes over and he begins making the other Titans dress warmly and clean their dishes.
After an exciting night of crime fighting, the Titans go to sleep and each one has unique dreams.
Aqualad and Raven fall for each other and Beast Boy is not happy.
Animated series about a team of teenage superheroes who live together and navigate everyday trials when they're not saving the world.
Beast Boy is distressed by his big new battle scar, until Cyborg convinces him that the scar makes him look tough and manly. Now Beast Boy wants to look even tougher. Check out a preview of "Man Person." Watch Teen Titans Go! Thursday, June 19, at 6/5c on Cartoon Network!
Starfire craves knowledge, but fears it will make her dull. Starfire is tired of not fitting in with the other Titans, and asks Raven to help her to learn more about human culture. Raven casts a spell to give Starfire all of human knowledge, which turns Starfire into the total bummer.
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