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Monday, August 2, 2004

TEEN TITANS EPISODES

"DECEPTION"

School's back in session at the HIVE academy, and Gizmo, Jinx and Mammoth are up to something. To find out what, the Titans send Cyborg on a daring undercover mission to infiltrate the academy and blend in as one of their own.

"X"

When the Titans track down the culprit of a string of recent robberies, our heroes are shocked to find themselves facing the foe they never thought they'd see again: Robin's evil alter-ego, Red X. Is Robin to blame for Red X's crimes?

"BETHROTHED"

The Teen Titans take a trip to Starfire's home planet, Tamaran. But this is no ordinary visit: The Grand Ruler of Tamaran has arranged for Starfire to be married! The Titans try to go along with the strange ways of Starfire's homeworld, but Robin has a hard time believing that Starfire really wants to marry someone she's never met.

"CRASH"

When Beast Boy mistakes Cyborg's system recharger for a video game system, he accidentally infects it with a nasty computer virus. The virus quickly spreads to Cyborg himself, causing the half-teen-half-machine to go haywire. The only way to stop the virus is to shrink down to microscopic size and go in on a fantastic voyage inside Cyborg.

"HAUNTED"

Ever since the Titans final confrontation with Slade, Robin has been haunted by one question: Is Slade really gone? When Cinderblock breaks out of jail, Robin finally gets his answer: he sees Slade. Robin goes after him, determined to stop his nemesis once and for all.

"SPELLBOUND"

There's no one else quite like Raven: dark, somber and undeniably creepy. Even with four friends around her, Raven still manages to feel alone at Titans Tower... until she discovers a charming young Wizard named Malchior trapped inside one of her ancient books.

"REVOLUTION"

The Titans' Fourth of July festivities are cut short when Mad Mod crashes the party, declaring the American Revolution is a hoax and reclaiming the city for Jolly Old England. If that wasn't enough, old Mod uses his high-tech cane to steal Robin's youth, making "King Moddie" young again while Robin turns into a withered dried up old man.

"WAVELENGTH"

Brother Blood is back. And this time, it's personal. Cyborg learns that Blood stole his blueprints - and the villian is using Cy's technology to create a doomsday device. Can Cyborg take charge of the team and lead a mission to stop his arch-enemy? Or will he even get the chance?

"THE BEAST WITHIN"

When Beast Boy begins turning into an angry and aggresive Man-Beast against his will, can the Titans save themselves from their savage friend?

"CAN I KEEP HIM?"

Starfire adopts a weird mutant silkworm named silkie as a pet. But when she feeds him some alien food from Tamaran, Silkie has an unexpected - and monstrous - growth spurt. Can Starfire keep her beloved worm?

"BUNNY RAVEN"

The Amazing Mumbo is up to his old tricks. When the Titans try to stop the madcap magician in mid-performance, Mumbo pulls a fast one. With a wave of his wand, he sucks the Titans into his hat.... where our heroes discover a strange magical world of weirdness.

"TITANS EAST, PTS. 1 AND 2"

The final showdown between Cyborg and Brother Blood culminates in the creation of a new branch of the Titans team. Titans East includes a new tower in a new city with five new members: Aqualad, Bumblebee, Speedy and a pair known as Mas Y Menos.

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