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"We are going on a super dangerous adventure to find the treasure!"
Robin's plan to save Titans Tower.

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"Booty Scooty"
Information
Season

Three

Episode

150/208

Original air date

5 September 2016

Running Time

10:42 (minutes)

Viewers

1.389 (million)

Credits
Produced by
Written by

Ben Gruber

Directed by

Peter Rida Michail

Episode guide
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"The Titans Show"

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"Booty Scooty" is the forty-sixth episode of Season 3 of Teen Titans Go! and the one hundred and fiftieth episode overall. It first aired on 5 September 2016 on Cartoon Network.

Logline

In order to save Titans Tower from some wealthy land developers, the Titans search for pirate treasure.[1]

Synopsis

Beast Boy, Cyborg, Raven and Starfire are lounging in the living room when Robin shouts at them from the bottom of Titans Tower. He asks that they let him in, but they tell him to perform the Booty Scooty first. Cyborg plays a song and Robin reluctantly performs the embarrassing dance. He tells the Titans to open the hatch and let him in, but they decide to use a Rube Goldberg machine which ultimately fails at opening the door. Robin hops over the fence and tells the Titans that rich landlords want to buy Titans Tower and convert it into a shopping mall. The Titans are unresponsive and Robin says they have to stop the rich landlords. Starfire asks how and Robin says they have to fight money with more money and leads the Titans to the attic where they find a treasure map. Cyborg says the map must be worth a lot of money and Raven notes that the artifacts in their attic could have the same value. Beast Boy says they could sell them for money and save the tower. Robin refuses as they're going on a super dangerous adventure to find the treasure, but Beast Boy is concerned about the probability of dying which Robin says is highly probable.

Robin reads that the map is underneath the tower and leads the Titans on a bike ride to the cave entrance. They enter the cave and hear a groaning sound which Robin attributes to the freak he keeps chained underneath the tower. He leads the Titans into a cell with the freak and says he doesn't know why he's angry as he bought the most expensive chains, keeps the TV on the same channel, and delivers food once a day that he puts just out of reach. Cyborg and Starfire insult the freak though Beast Boy believes he needs a friend. He walks up to the freak and hands him the turnip he keeps in his pocket. Beast Boy says his point is proven though Raven claims the freak is violent and unpredictable. Beast Boy tells the freak to tell the Titans that they're best friends, but the freak demands more and becomes upset when Beast Boy explains it was his last turnip. The freak breaks away from his chains and chases the Titans.

The Titans run from the freak and hide behind a cave where Cyborg discovers a piano made of bones. Robin explains they have to play the piano to open the door, but a wrong note releases a spike from the ground. All of the Titans volunteer and Cyborg explains they know how to play the piano which Raven says Robin would know if he ever came to their recitals. Cyborg, Raven and Starfire begin playing the piano, but Beast Boy interrupts and unleashes spikes. He apologizes and finishes playing the tune. The Titans continue on their adventure with Beast Boy almost falling off a rope bridge. They come across a rope ladder which Robin explains leads to the living room. Raven remarks that they could have climbed down from the living room and avoided the freak and deadly piano though Robin says they would have missed the adventure. Beast Boy says he wants his couch and the Titans decide to return to the living room as they don't want to die in the cave. Robin says that they may live in the living room but that in the cave, they might die. He burns the bridge and the freak confronts them.

The Titans run from the freak again and accidentally fall into a chasm that leads them on a water slide where they come across the cavern with the treasure. A giant octopus emerges and Robin says they'll have to fight it to continue, but Raven suggests going around it instead. Starfire apologizes to the octopus and the Titans find the chest by a skeleton. The Titans are mesmerized by the treasure and proceed to leave, but Robin decides to leave one gem to the skeleton, unleashing its spirit. The ghost berates Robin for leaving him one gem even though they're stealing his treasure. Raven says they thought he was dead and the ghost says he was and happy, but since he was insulted, he decides to reclaim his treasure. He unleashes his Rube Goldberg machine, but it fails. Annoyed by its failure, he sends the Titans out of the cave and into the ocean.

The Titans regroup on the couch where Robin becomes upset that they didn't get the treasure and that he should have been more generous with the ghost. Cyborg says he'll miss Titans Tower and Starfire laments losing their home to the land barons. Robin realizes that they could sell the treasure map which Raven says they had said. He ignores her and wonders why he didn't think of it earlier. The Titans cheer as Titans Tower is saved and Beast Boy relates the news to the freak. Raven scolds him for bringing the freak into their home, but Beast Boy says they both like turnips and are now friends. Cyborg says, however, that he has to perform the Booty Scooty if he wants to stay. The freak protests but reluctantly performs the dance.

Transcript

For a full transcript of "Booty Scooty", click here.

Cast and characters

Voice actor Character
Greg Cipes Beast Boy
Scott Menville Robin
Khary Payton Cyborg
Tara Strong Raven
Hynden Walch Starfire
Non-speaking roles
Batman
Pelican
Character debut
Speaking debut
Episode debut


Trivia

General

  • Running Gags: Rube Goldberg machines not working. Cyborg forcing someone to perform the Booty Scooty. Beast Boy, Cyborg, Raven and Starfire complaining about adventure.
  • Food Content: Beast Boy and the freak bond over turnips.

Continuity

References

  • This episode is a parody of the film The Goonies.

Errors

Gallery

Booty Scooty title card
The Image Gallery for Booty Scooty may be viewed here.

Sources

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