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"We want to enjoy our Halloween by ruining yours as scary ghosts."
Robin to the H.I.V.E. Five.

Titans haunt HIVE
"Scary Figure Dance"




Original air date

29 October 2015

Running Time

10:18 (minutes)


1.591 (million)

Production number


Produced by
Written by

Ben Joseph

Directed by

Luke Cormican

Episode guide

"A Farce"


"Animals, It's Just a Word!"

Teen Titans Go! - "Scary Figure Dance" (clip)01:43

Teen Titans Go! - "Scary Figure Dance" (clip)

"Scary Figure Dance" is the thirteenth episode of Season 3 of Teen Titans Go! and the one hundred and seventeenth episode overall. It first aired on 29 October 2015 on Cartoon Network.


The Titans' Halloween party is interrupted by the Hive Five robbing a candy factory.[1]


On Halloween night, the Titans are setting up decorations around Titans Tower. Robin, dressed as a werewolf, orders Cyborg, as a vampire, to carve a pumpkin. He tells Beast Boy, who is a pumpkin, to spin some spooky spider webs and Beast Boy turns into a spider and makes some webs. Robin runs to Starfire, dressed a a cat and tells her to get apples for bobbing. She gets a bag of apples and puts them in a wooden container, but says she couldn't find "the bob". Finally, Robin tells Raven, dressed as a witch, to get some skeletons and she conjures some on the couch. Robin asks if they were from her "closet", but she says that they were from dead people. Robin tries to start the celebration with a song called "Scary Figure Dance". However, the crime alert blares, upsetting Raven as they have to fight crime on Halloween. Robin says they have to as the H.I.V.E. Five is attempting to blow up the Jump City Candy Factory, shocking the Titans.

The H.I.V.E. exit the Jump City Candy Factory with boxes of candy and Gizmo prepares to destroy the factory with a laser as they make a trick or treat plan. Robin announces the Titans' arrival by making a trick or treat pun, but Gizmo tells them that they already made one. Raven makes another pun and Jinx tells them to stop as they've already made the pun. Robin tells them they can have the pun, but justice will be theirs as they won't let them blow up the candy factory which Gizmo does. The Titans become upset and Robin declares that the Titans will ruin the H.I.V.E.'s Halloween. Gizmo tells the Titans that they don't have a ghost of a chance, sparking an idea in Robin. He tells the Titans to get closer and are vaporized by the laser. The H.I.V.E. celebrate their victory and Gizmo suggests returning to H.I.V.E. Tower to enjoy the rest of their Halloween.

A storm gathers around the tower while the H.I.V.E., dressed in costumes, decorate the living room. The lights suddenly begin to flicker when a trident pokes Gizmo's butt, Mammoth's cup spills on Jinx and the TV begins changing channels. Gizmo tries to give a rational explanation, but the doors begin to slam, static is shown on the TV and the lights flicker. He shouts that H.I.V.E. Tower is haunted and they run off, losing their costumes in the process. See-More suggests calling guys who bust ghosts, but Jinx tells them that the only way to get rid of ghosts is to find out what they want by performing a seance. Jinx tells the H.I.V.E. to join hands and remain quiet, but starts yelling at the ghosts to show themselves. After a flash of light, the ghosts unveil themselves as the ghosts of the Teen Titans. Mammoth tries attacking the Titans, but falls on the floor. The Titans speak by drawing out the letters and Gizmo asks for the reason. Starfire says their ghostly tones is how ghosts talk, but Gizmo says it's annoying which Raven says they know. Jinx tells them to stop, but Robin says no in the ghostly tone. See-More begs and Beast Boy seemingly agrees, but when Billy Numerous thanks them, Cyborg says they were only kidding. Jinx wants to know what they want and Robin says they want to enjoy their Halloween by ruining the H.I.V.E.'s as scary ghosts. Gizmo questions their plan and Robin says it was a mistake in retrospect. Mammoth tells them they aren't scary and the Titans make actual scary faces, causing the H.I.V.E. to scream and run off as the Titans laugh.

Jinx runs into the elevator to hide, but Robin joins her and tells her she's going to show her the true meaning of fear: an awkward elevator ride. Billy Numerous and Gizmo walk down a hallway when they spot Cyborg and Beast Boy entering a room. They open the door and are attacked by them, ending up covered in slime. Meanwhile, Jinx and Robin continue to ride the elevator with Jinx disgusted by Robin's coffee breath. Mammoth and See-More sit on the couch when Raven and Starfire emerge and possess them. Beast Boy and Cyborg continue to slime Billy Numerous and Gizmo as Robin makes eye contact with Jinx. Jinx presses the stop button and runs off as Robin laughs. The H.I.V.E. gather in the living room as the Titans haunt them. Gizmo says he has a way to get rid of the Titans, but that the H.I.V.E. won't like it. See-More urges him to do it and he calls 911.

The Titans wake up in a hospital room with the H.I.V.E. where Gizmo tells them that the doctors returned their ghosts to their bodies. Starfire, speaking in the ghost tone, says that they're living and Beast Boy, in the ghost tone, says that they shouldn't be speaking like ghosts any more. Robin becomes upset, but says that they ruined the H.I.V.E.'s Halloween. Jinx, however, claims that while the Titans were annoying, their Halloween was fun as they had an actual haunted house. Cyborg agrees that it was fun as they were ghosts, shocking Raven as they all had fun. Robin decides there is only one thing left to do and the Titans and H.I.V.E. dance to the "Scary Figure Dance".


For a full transcript of "Scary Figure Dance", click here.

Cast and characters

Voice actor Character
Greg Cipes Beast Boy
Scott Menville Robin
Billy Numerous
Khary Payton Cyborg
Tara Strong Raven
Hynden Walch Starfire
Kevin Michael Richardson Mammoth
Lauren Tom Gizmo
Character debut
Speaking debut
Episode debut



  • The episode's title refers to the "Scary Figure Dance" which Robin referred to throughout the episode.
  • Music from "Laundry Day" was reused.
  • The Titans' Halloween costumes are:
    • Robin as a werewolf.
    • Starfire as a cat.
    • Beast Boy as a pumpkin.
    • Raven as a witch.
    • Cyborg as a vampire.
  • The H.I.V.E.'s Halloween costumes are:
    • Gizmo as the devil.
    • Billy Numerous as a cowboy.
    • See-More as a pirate.
    • Mammoth as a ballerina.
    • Jinx as a cavewoman.
  • This episode marks the first time the Titans die and become ghosts during the third season.
  • This episode was released on the Cartoon Network app before its official air date, becoming the fourth episode to do so after "The H.I.V.E. Five", "The Return of Slade" and "More of the Same".
  • This is the ninth holiday episode of the series ("Second Christmas", "Be Mine", "Money Grandma", "Caramel Apples", "Halloween", "Thanksgiving", "Kicking a Ball and Pretending to Be Hurt", "More of the Same").
  • This is the seventh episode to be leaked before its official air date, and the fourth to be leaked on demand.
  • Running Gags: The Titans acting like ghosts and scaring the H.I.V.E.
  • Deaths: The Titans are shot by the H.I.V.E.'s laser, but are later revived.


  • This is the second episode in which all of the Titans become ghosts ("Ghostboy").
  • This is the second episode in which Raven references Pac-Man by becoming a Pac-Man-esque ghost, the first being "Video Game References".
  • This is the fifth episode to focus on the H.I.V.E. Five ("Opposites", "In and Out", "Operation Tin Man", "The H.I.V.E. Five").
  • Raven is seen without her hood for the twenty-eighth time.


  • Raven's ghostly form, along with the emblem on the floor, resemble the ghosts from the 1980 arcade game, Pac-Man.
  • The movie Billy and See-More were watching is Nosferatu.
  • The song at the end of the episode known as "Scary Figure Dance" is a parody of the song, "Monster Mash" by Bobby "Boris" Pickett.
  • Robin and Gizmo bringing Mammoth to life at the end of the episode is a reference to the film, Frankenstein.
  • When See-More says he was going to call "those guys who are good at busting ghosts", he is referring to Ghostbusters.
  • Beast Boy and Cyborg sliming Billy Numerous and Gizmo was an homage to the scene where Slimer slimed Peter Venkman from the first Ghostbusters film.
  • Harley Quinn's likeness appears on the Jump City Candy Factory sign.
  • Mammoth mentioned that busting makes him feel good, "Bustin' makes me feel good!" was a line from the "Ghostbusters" theme song.


  • Starfire's face-paint on her nose disappears after the H.I.V.E. destroys the candy factory.
  • When the Titans are ghosts, they are unable to touch the H.I.V.E Five when they first appear, Robin is later able to press buttons in the elevator with Jinx.
  • See-More's hook hand disappears when the H.I.V.E jump up screaming.


Scary Figure Dance title card
The Image Gallery for Scary Figure Dance may be viewed here.


  1. Guerrero, Tony. Teen Titans Go! - “Scary Figure Dance” Clip and Images. ComicVine. Retrieved on October 31, 2015.


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