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August 19, 2015

Teen Titans Go!: House Pests Season 2 Part 2 DVD Review

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Teen Titans Go!: House Pets Season 2 Part 2 DVD (SRP $19.97)
Teen Titans are a GO, GO, GO! Join DC Comics characters Robin, Raven, Starfire, Beast Boy, and Cyborg in their never-ending quest for goof, justice and maybe a little couch time. Things kick off with a backwards battle as Robin faces off against his Bizzaro World counterpart, Nibor. Raven is pushed to her limits during Crazy Day and it’s anything but a vacation when the Teen Titans visit Starfire’s home world. Don’t miss a single serving as the Titans have their hands full keepin’ the scene both crime-free and boredom-free in this all-new 2-disc collection!


My kids love Teen Titans Go!  Whenever we catch it on the Cartoon Network, they'll immediately know the episode's title even if we catch the episode midway through, and they recite their favorite parts constantly. 

Naturally, they couldn't wait to watch Teen Titans Go!: House Pests Season 2 Part 2 on DVD, which released yesterday, August 18.

Teen Titans Go! is consistently ranked as a top show on Cartoon Network (#1 show for boys 6-11; #2 show for kids 6-11 on all of cable), and I can see why - the characters are just so funny, and the adventures the Titans find themselves in are just as hilarious (adults will get a kick of out of watching the show as well - so many references to pop culture from the 80s).

My oldest son's favorite episode is Crazy Day.  He thought all of the things the Titans did to drive Raven crazy were hilarious, such as Beast Boy eating cereal with forks, Starfire walking around in big shoes, and all of the Titans dancing silly.

My middle son's favorite episode was Video Game References.  He kept giggling as he watched Beast Boy in his unsuccessful attempts to make it across a busy highway in a Cross the Street video game (similar to Frogger).  Grownups with love this episode too, with the many video game references of popular video games from the 80s, such as Circle Guy (Pac-Man) and Save the Princess (Super Mario Bros.)

My youngest son's favorite episode was Cool School, because this is when Rose Wilson (aka Ravager) is introduced. She's a villain with a cool attitude, and the Titans want to be just as cool, so they decide to go to Cool School.  I loved how they used a popular Sir-Mix-A-Lot song and changed up the words for this episode.

The Teen Titans Go! House Pests Season 2 Part 2 DVD is a must for any Teen Titans Go! fan!

Episode List:

Disc 1
  • "Robin Backwards"
  • "Crazy Day"
  • "Smile Bones"
  • "Real Boy Adventures"
  • "Yearbook Madness"
  • "Hose Water"
  • "Let's Get Serious"
  • "Tamaranian Vacation"
  • "Rocks and Water"
  • "Multiple Trick Pony"
  • "Truth, Justice and What?"
  • "Beast Man"
  • "Two Bumble Bees and a Wasp"
Disc 2
  • "Oil Drums"
  • "Video Game References"
  • "Cool School"
  • "Kicking a Ball and Pretending to Be Hurt"
  • "Head Fruit"
  • "Operation Tin Man"
  • "Nean"
  • "Campfire Stories"
  • "The H.I.V.E. Five"
  • "The Return of Slade"
  • "More of the Same"
  • "And the Award for Sound Design Goes to Rob"
  • "Some of Their Parts"

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