Teen Titans

Teen Titans (2003)

3 mistakes in Employee of the Month

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Employee of the Month - S4-E6

Continuity mistake: The high building behind the Mega Meaty Meat is revealed to be the Source's mothership when the facade peels away. But in later scenes it still has the facade on, still looking like the tall building from before.

Employee of the Month - S4-E6

Plot hole: When Beast Boy finally brings himself to disable the Destruct-O-Tron, the hole he punches into the device to get inside is already visible when he is still bracing himself for the plunge. This background was simply reused for the scene where the device shuts down for good.

Employee of the Month - S4-E6

Plot hole: When Beast Boy hires at Meaty Meat, he takes away the ad "Human Help Wanted" from the window right next to the door, and when the Titans come by for a meal later on, the sign remains gone. But as the Nufu ship reveals itself and the restaurant clients panic, the sign is suddenly back in the same corner of the window, even though it is unlikely that the Nufu Source/Bob would take in more hired help and risk being discovered all too soon.

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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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