Top 10 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012) EpisodesThis list is a top ten of the best TMNT 2012 episodes based on their action, and their comedy.
This one's the best because it's so dang epic. There really isn't a minute in the episode that could be considered boring. The Irma twist, the Casey-Raph subplot, the Leo-Donnie dispute, Leo's 2003-like near-death experience, and of course, the Turtle Mech. This one pushed the boundaries for the show. It was a dark episode, but appropriately dark, which makes this not only the best 2012 series episode, but possibly the best episode of all time in the Ninja Turtles franchise. And better yet, one of the better Nickeloden cartoon episodes of all time (Band Geeks in SpongeBob is still the best, I said ONE OF the best).
I LOVED this episode.
My favorite part was when Leo sacrificed himself to save his brothers and lead the Kraang away. It just shows you how heroic and fearless he is. He's not the "Fearless Leader" for nothing.
I mean look at it, he didn't even hesitate to lead them away. I also loved the Leo-Donnie argument. That just added to all that was going on.
Not to mention that this episode leads into the best season ever!
II watch it every day because I love how much they care about each other
Invasion is the best episode because seeing the brotherhood moments are awesome
Leo is my favorite turtle. He kills super shredder
. Even Splinter could not kill him.
This episode is definitely great. Best
This is the Best Nostalgic Season 3 Finale Ever. Has this Cliff hanging Awesomeness that TMNT 2003 always had.
Warning: This episode is so Damn Epic and Suspensive that your brain will Explode.
The best episode - has everything you could ask for. Action, violence, comedy, spirituality - absolute genius!
Best Line: "We're going back to New York." - Leo
(Gotta give Leo some credit there- that line set the tone for the next few episodes to come)
Best Line: "We're not Kung-Fu Frogs. We're ninja turtles! "- Raphael
(Most epic line, and also the best of the series, in my opinion)
I'd consider this one a classic Ninja Turtles episode because there's so much action in it, with the Karai-April chase scene, the Mikey victory dance (Mikey, that victory dance better not last for more than four seconds! ), the innuendo with the eel and Donnie's submarine, the Donnie-April moment (You hear that guys, MY SWEET PRINCESS IS ALIVE! ), the phone ringing in Leo's "we have to be quiet" lecture, and of course, the Karai-April fight. This is really a great episode.
It was super dramatic! :0!
Yes... Except in my opinion, like in Turtles Forever, the 1987 turtles should have met the 2012 turtles. It is bad that the 1987 turtles get their fame for only 2 minutes of the whole episode
This episode marks the beginning of a whole season of beating up Donnie, but apart from that, there's some great development of Karai and Leo's relationship that doesn't include weird, possibly incestuous romance. Plus Leo messes up and actually learns and changes as a character.
This was a very action packed episode and lots of people would think that at the end Donnie would die, but you can see at the end Donnie is alive and "well" ( considering that everyone jumped on him after he broke a bone.) This was by far my favorite episode of TMNT.
This is the one episode where Mikey comes up in the clutch and proves his worth. This is the best Mikey-centered episode by a mile. And though Leo was portrayed as a bit of a jerk, I couldn't blame him, considering Mikey used his vintage comic book as toilet paper. This was a funny one, and I remember how long it took for Nickelodeon to come up with an air date for it, and it was worth the wait.
Best line goes to Mikey & Leo:
Mikey: How come we never go with my plans?!
Leo: 'Cause they're YOUR plans. Now go!
Best Line: "That's right. We Yokai (ancient Japanese monsters) will steal all of your souls, through your butt! "- Leo
(Sure, it's a little subliminal, but it's nowhere near what you'd hear in Sanjay and Craig all the time)
Loved the whole episode... Even the ending was so touching.
TMNT 2012 lacks flashback (sort of) stories like this.
Really does explain a lot.
This was a pretty solid debut for Fugitoid, who I've grown to love over the fourth season. This got me back into it after the third season finale, which I HATED, because I thought the ending was too dark for the show's territory and Casey's insensitive remark at the end. But anyway, this was a great one, and the best line is a no-brainer with Raph telling Dregg that "I just got a phone call from someone named 'I Don't Give A Flyin-", as Donnie stepped in to maintain the show's boundaries as a Nickelodeon cartoon. I also laughed when Leo flirted with the girl in the street at the planet they landed on, and her boyfriend came and tried to beat the crap outta him, along with Casey giving a Vanilla Ice shoutout. Great episode, and incredibly funny,
It was interesting that Chris bradford mutated twice (first mutation:Dogpound/second mutation:Rahzar). And I was thinking after Baxter Stockman would mutate into something weird (he did but that wasn't until the episode titled "The Lonely Mutation Of Baxter Stockman"). It was also funny how Mikey's zits kept almost popping. Bad Mikey, Donnie told you it should be super cooled.
-Posted by Jacob Tucker
The First is always the Best.
The turtles are locked up in different traps and have to work together to be free. It has to be one of the funniest episodes! It was so good!
"If I were an evil villain I'd at least come up with something cool like: The Flush of Fear... The Toilet of Terror... Oh! The Dump of Doom! Now that's got a sparkle to it! " - Mikey
Donnie: Mikey! Your awesome!
Mikey: Yeah... I was born with the naturally rare awesomeness