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A hot rodder named Ding-Dong Daddy steals a Titanium alloy briefcase from Robin. He offers to return it to him, but first he must beat him in a street race. Robin races against Ding-Dong on his motorcycle, while Cyborg and Beast Boy take the T-Car. Starfire and Ra
- Code of the road: There ain't no prizes for second place.
Appearing in "Revved Up"
- Amazing Mumbo
- Control Freak
- Doctor Light
- Johnny Rancid
- Mad Mod
- Puppet King
- Red X (Final appearance)
Synopsis for "Revved Up"
A hot rodder named Ding-Dong Daddy steals a Titanium alloy briefcase from Robin. He offers to return it to him, but first he must beat him in a street race. Robin races against Ding-Dong on his motorcycle, while Cyborg and Beast Boy take the T-Car. Starfire and Raven are left behind to find their own means of transportation.
Meanwhile, several other villains learn of the race and join in to compete for the chance to win the grand prize. Red X shows up and has a final showdown with Robin. During the race however, Robin saves Red X's life. To pay back the favor, he decides to help Robin win by sabotaging the efforts of all of the other villains.
- No notes.
- This episode originally aired in the United States on Saturday, December 10th, 2005.
- This episode is a filler piece and has nothing to do with the greater season subplot involving the Brotherhood of Evil.
- This is the last appearance of Red X in the series. Robin and Red X resolve their rivalry in this episode.
- The contents of Robin's Titanium case are never revealed to the viewer. The case is used in this episode as a plot device to motivate the characters, also known as a MacGuffin.
- The character of Ding Dong Daddy is based upon Ding Dong Daddy Dowd (who in turn is based upon Ed "Big Daddy" Roth). Ding Dong made one canonical comic book appearance in Teen Titans (Volume 1) #3.
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Links and References
- Teen Titans (TV Series) Official Website
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- "Revved Up" at TV.com
- "Revved Up" at TitansGo.net