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Appearing in "Turn Back the Clock"
- Mystery, Inc. (Referenced)
- Fred Jones (Referenced)
- Velma Dinkley (Referenced)
- Shaggy Rogers (Referenced)
- Daphne Blake (Referenced)
- Scooby-Doo (Referenced)
- "Elseworlds" Future Titans
- Captain Thug
- Dead Pretty Boy
- Prosthetic Lass
- Silky-themed Hover Craft (Cameo)
Synopsis for "Turn Back the Clock"
Luckily, the Teen Titans arrive to stop Mod. The villain begins to turn back time, and everything around him changes. The Titans notice that the entire world has become '90-fied.
Time continues to rewind and the world is now in the 80s. Beast Boy is enjoying the time change and he is now in his Changeling costume. Starfire covers herself with her now extremely long hair when she notices her costume is very revealing.
Time changes to the 70s. The Teen Titans now resemble the kids from Mystery, Inc. with Beast Boy as Scooby-Doo. Cyborg states that, if time rewinds one more time, Mad Mod will be unstoppable.
Despite the Titans effort, time rewinds to the '60s. Mad Mod is young again and invinsible. Robin, unwilling to give up, throws a birdarang at Mad Mod's machine. The birdarang luckily breaks the pay phone, and time explodes.
In the very far future, hover cars are flying around the sky. Mad Mod, old again, is caught on a futuristic tradmill and unable to get off. A robot that resembles Robin laughs victoriously and then notices the super heroes of the future staring at him. Robin realizes that time has slipped him up again.
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- Each time Mad Mod's machine turns back time, the robots resemble something from that era. From the 90's, they look similar to the Power Rangers, the 80's they resemble the Decepticons.
- The 90's Robin resembles Tim Drake while the future Robin resembles Toy Wonder.
- In the future Jump City, Toy Wonder is joined by the "Elseworlds" Future Titans from the one-shot Titans: Scissors, Paper, Stone. The treadmill gag in this sequence is the same as the one with George walking Astro in The Jetsons.
- Mad Mod's pay phone has the label "POLICE BOX" on it, similar to Doctor Who's TARDIS, although the phone is red instead of blue like the TARDIS is (or any British Police Boxes were).
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