Teen Titans Ep5 The Sum of his Parts

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Umm, the Titans have some seriously weird picnic food. Why does Starfire have a thing for mustard? Why does Cyborg eat so much when half his body is metal? And why won’t Raven try Beast Boy’s delicious vegetarian food?

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Their food is weird. Their football is even weirder. I can totally see why Raven would rather referee than get involved. It involves flying and dinosaurs!

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“Hey Cyborg, you’re my favourite. You’re just like me.” That’s right, small child. Cyborg is just like you, because your hand can also turn into a cannon. What a crazy coincidence.

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Huh, so that’s what Robin looks like without his mask. I have to admit, I thought this would be more interesting. It turns out that  Robin wears this mask to hide the fact that he doesn’t have any pupils, who would’ve thought.

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Brrr, this guy is so bloody creepy. And I mean the creepy kind of creepy. Just look at those eyes. And listen to that smooth, quiet, monotone voice. It sends shivers down my spine.

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O.M.G. This villain is so freaking annoying, I just wanted to reach through the screen and slap him in the face! Some of his tricks were pretty funny though. I was rather fond of the rabbit-spitting letterbox.

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Eugh! Gross! I can see his glowing, skinny evil guy organs. I always knew he was a bad guy. I assumed Cyborg would know from the start. When some twisted creep cupboard starts being nice to you, it’s not a good sign.

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Oh, hang on. Gerald Skinnyface has decided to be nice now. Just a few seconds ago he was trying to cut off the chunks of human stuff and replace them with robot ones. I have to say, Cyborgs very forgiving.

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Well, that was an alright episode. It had two different villains in it. One of them would give Darth Vader nightmares, and the other was so nutty he’d put a fruitcake to shame. Until next time, dear humans.

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