Robin tries again to tell the real origin story of the Teen Titans.
Episode: The Real Orangins!
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Oh snap, a TTG Epsiode that's more serious and covers like origins and more action orientated, without just being a mean joke that's at the expense of all the people that complained about the show? I'm glad they're learning they can have an episode for the old fans, without making it all about how dumb the old fans are.
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