So you know what that means: Horror TV episodes Tuesday
I know this is a little odd, TV episodes on a Tuesday instead of Friday as I’ve been doing for the past few years?
Well this year I decided to do something special for Friday the 13th, which means I can’t put my reviews of TV shows on Friday.
So instead we will be reviewing TV episodes on Tuesdays, TV Tuesdays.
Now I HATE Teen Titans Go.
I grew up watching the original Teen Titans and it was hilarious, fun, serious, dramatic, etc. Simply amazing! In this one they don’t even fight crime!!!
Superheroes who don’t fight crime????!!!!!!!!
Yeah it is about them doing mundane “normal” people things or redoing movies/TV shows.
And none of the episodes really go together in a sequence.
I don’t usually care for it, but this particular episode was pretty funny.
So the gang: Robin, Starfire, Raven, Beast Boy, and Cyborg are headed to a nearby amusement park to see Lebron James perform. Right away I notice Beast Boy shapeshifting into a dog and Raven wearing something she doesn’t typically have on.
There are five in the group-two girls, two boys, and an animal (Beast Boy). It is clear what they are parodying:
Yes the gang of superheroes have come to the amusement park only to see it empty of customers. There is a giggling two-headed ghoul, who is awfully reminiscent of the Creeper:
It is really silly. You have the cameo of the famous celebrity, Lebron James, and him popping up everywhere dribbling. Which reminds me of the Harlem Globetrotters episode.
Robin gets to be Fred going off with Starfire (Daphne) and Raven (Velma).
And then Cyborg and Beast Boy do all the silly dress-up, out maneuvering, eating, etc that Shaggy and Scooby-Doo would do.
Yep it gave you all the stuff you loved of the original, poking fun at it in a good way. And who does it turns out to be? You have to watch and find out.
To start Horrorfest VI from the beginning, go to One of Our Guests is a Werewolf, I Know It.: The Beast Must Die (1974)
For the previous post, go to China is Here Mr. Burton. The Chang Sing, The Wing Kong, They’ve Been Fighting for Centuries: Big Trouble in Little China (1986)
For more on Scooby-Doo, go to To Kill a Fangirl
For more superheroes, go to I Always Knew and I Didn’t Care: Usual Suspects, Young Justice (2012)
For more parodies, go to I Don’t Want to Be a Vampire. I’m a Day Person: Once Bitten (1985)
For more TV episodes, go to The Hash-Slinging Slasher: Graveyard Shift, Spongebob Squarepants (2002)