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The Teen Titans first encountered Control Freak when he was terrorizing a video store into making Warp Trek V be on of their list of Top Movies. He next commandeered a TV station and drew the Titans into a world of various kinds of TV programs, where Beast Boy defeated him by trapping him into a "pocket dimension". He later escaped and challenged the Titans East into a superhero contest to prove themselves as worthy as the main West division of heroes.Control Freak, first appearing in "Fear Itself", the Titans' self-proclaimed "arch-nemesis", is an overweight and unshaven movie fanatic who is notorious for using his super remote control to warp reality to suit his movie-inspired images. However, he rarely uses his great intellect, preferring instead to make himself look superior in TV Land or on the internet, or committing crimes that will make him look like a super-villain. Upon finding out that he is not on the Titans' list of notorious villains in "For real", he angrily exclaims that he is a recurring villain in the series and therefore should be on the list (thus breaking the Fourth Wall in the process). He was a member of the Brotherhood of Evil, but even with his remote he proved to be unable to defeat Kilowatt by himself until the Puppet King intervened. Like the other Brotherhood of Evil villains, he ends up flash-frozen by the Titans. It is revealed in "For Real" that he has a crush on Starfire.
- Cosmic Awareness: Control Freak has broken the Fourth Wall numerous times, even mentioning episodes by name. 
- Genius Level Intellect
- Hand-to-Hand Combat (Advanced): In Episode 257-494, Control Freak is taught kung-fu skills by an alien martial arts teacher. The villian retains the material very quickly and actually beats the Titans in a fist fight.
- Swordsman: Control Freak has shown adept skills with a sword when he fights the Titans using a mock lightsaber.
- Control Freak's Remote Control: Control Freak's remote has the ability to alter reality with the push of a button.
- Reality Alteration: With his remote, Control Freak is able to bend reality to be more like what is done on television.
- Teleportation: With his remote, Control Freak can teleport in and out of a television screen at will. 
- Lightsaber (formerly): In Episode 257-494, Control Freak uses a lighsaber to fend off the Titans. When he is defeated, he loses the lightsaber and returns to reality.
- Control Freak was voiced by Alexander Polinsky.
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