Teen Titans

Teen Titans (2003)

4 mistakes in Date With Destiny

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Date With Destiny - S2-E6

Continuity mistake: The Titan Communicators' lids depict the Titan's logo: a white T in a black circle, encased by a yellow rim. When Robin calls up the other Titans after recovering from his paralysis, the lid of his com device has a black T in a rimless yellow circle; later it has the standard design described above.

Date With Destiny - S2-E6

Continuity mistake: When Kitten makes Robin lead her onto the ship, Starfire is crush-gritting her teeth, then she slams her fist onto the hood of the car on her right side. When she skids into the picture, the car in question is a red sedan, but when she hits it, it suddenly is Kitten's pink Rolls Royce, which was standing in front of her (and slightly to the left) just moments before.

Date With Destiny - S2-E6

Plot hole: During and right after Cyborg's, Raven's and Beast Boy's fight against the mutant moths on the bridge, they contact Robin via their communicators. On at least two occasions, when their faces are seen on Robin's com and the main computer screen, the members of the trio appear not to look onto the screen of their own communicators, but at a separately mounted camera somewhere nearby.

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Trivia: X-X "The Lost Episode": Some other character cameos in the concerto audience include the two English ladies talking about fish in "Revolution", and Dr. Victor Payten, his interviewer, and the soap opera character Rebecca from "Episode 257-494".

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Question: In several series/movies, Cyborg is shown as part of the Justice League. He is part of it when it Justice League is first formed as shown in the upcoming movie, Justice League: War. though in that one he is made only a day or so before. Usually he is a grown man in he Justice League. Yet here he is in the Teen Titans. Is it supposed to be that Cyborg joins the Justice League after he leaves the Teen Titans?

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Chosen answer: In recent years, the comics introduced Cyborg as a member of the Justice League. This was after his many years as a Teen Titan. In the rebooted DC Universe (known as the New 52) Cyborg is a founding member of the Justice League, and was never a part of the Teen Titans.

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