Teen Titans Go! (2013) s04e23 Episode Script

Jinxed

1 "Jinxed" [OPENING THEME PLAYING.]
[SNIFFS.]
Mmm, mmm, mmm! That smells good.
What's wrong, bro? You want some pizzas? All you gotsta do is ask.
[GROWLING.]
Oh! May I have the pizza slice? Why of course, Starfire.
[GASPS.]
[MOANING.]
[WHIMPERING.]
[GIGGLING.]
[CONTINUES WHIMPERING.]
[MOANING LOUDLY.]
[SLOBBERING.]
[MOANING.]
[SOBBING.]
Why is he the weeping? Cyborg can't talk 'cause I caught him in a jinx Ha! You said it! You said my name! I'm out of the jinx, baby.
[GOBBLING.]
[CYBORG MOANING.]
Jinx? Our villainous friend is here? Not that Jinx.
We's playing "jinx.
" You know, the game when's two people say the same thing at the same time, - and one person yells - BOTH: Jinx! Jinx.
Then the other person can't talk till someone says their name.
I see.
But what prevents the person from talking - before being released from the jinx? - Consequences, girl.
- Consequences? - Con sequences.
It's a very serious game.
Yo, Ray.
We're playing jinx.
You in? - BOTH: No.
- Jinx.
Gotcha! Two for two, baby! Whoo! - I too wish to play.
May I? - Of course you can.
- BOTH: Joy! - Jinx! Three for three! Hat trick! [GRUNTS.]
- What's going on here? - I just jinxed Beast Boy, Raven and Starfire like it was nothing.
Boom! You do realize that you just said their names.
- What? Aw! - Oh! You win some, you loses some, bro.
That was the fun.
Oh, Robin, join us in the game of jinx.
Sorry, Star, but I cannot be jinxed.
Since I rely upon my voice to command this team, I would never allow myself to fall prey to any primitive word traps.
Thus, I am jinx-proof! And it's lucky for you I am because today, I have prepared a lecture on combating high cholesterol.
And it could slightly prolong your life.
[ALL GROANING.]
Oh, not again.
More lectures? Quiet down! I have got a lot of good information about the difference between LDL and HDL.
But your voice is like the hammer to the skull.
Can't you find another way to communicate, dude? Oh, you don't like my method of communication, huh? Well, too bad! This is the best way to communicate.
[YELLING.]
Loud words and lots of them! Now, back to the lecture at hand.
LDL and HDL [CONTINUES INDISTINCTLY.]
Is there no way to shut the mouth? We could try and jinx him.
But how's we supposed to know what he's going to say next? Yeah, it's all boring garbage until he says, "Titans, go!" [DINGS.]
Be right back.
[WHIRRING.]
[BEEPING.]
[MIMICS GUNSHOTS.]
[ALARM BLARING.]
Crime alert.
We'll get into the nitty-gritty of triglycerides later ALL: Titans, go! ALL: Jinx! [GASPS.]
Oh, what? You got jinxed, son! [INHALES.]
Uh-uh! No of the speaking.
You're in the jinx.
Remember, you do not want to break the jinx because of the Consequences.
ALL: Consequences.
[INAUDIBLE.]
What's that now? You want us to say your name? Okay.
Ra leigh is the capital of North Carolina.
[GROWLING.]
Ro bbers are not welcome in the Tower.
[GROWLING.]
Ro binson Crusoe is a classic novel.
[MUMBLES.]
What are you saying? I don't understand.
Yo! I thinks I know what he saying.
Check it.
Titans, today I am going to use blah, blah, blahs to teach you the importance of blah, blah, blah.
[INHALES.]
Hey! Don't forget about them consequences.
[ALL LAUGHING.]
I don't care about consequences! [ALL GASP.]
You broke the jinx.
[SCOFFS.]
So? What's worse that can happen? Ooh, are you going to punch me in the shoulder? Oh, no! Am I going to owe you a soda? No, dude! Consequences.
ALL: Consequences.
Stop saying "consequence" [CHOKING.]
[ELECTRICITY CRACKLING.]
[VOCALIZING.]
[CONTINUES VOCALIZING.]
[SCREECHES.]
[SHATTERS.]
[INAUDIBLE.]
[GASPS.]
He's voice is gone, yo! Told you.
Consequences.
Has friend Robin forever lost his ability to vocalize the sounds? Yes, and even if we say his name now, he won't get his voice back.
[ALL CHEERING.]
[MUSIC.]
This is the best day of my life! [SIGHS.]
I am loving this.
- No more boring speeches.
- None of the shoutings.
[INAUDIBLE.]
Oh, hey, I think he's trying to say something.
Well, too bads he can't.
[CHUCKLES.]
He should have respected the jinx.
Guess he'll have to find some other way to communicate.
[DINGS.]
[DANCE MUSIC PLAYING.]
Ah! He's "a Maniac!" The manic! On the poolside floor! I have never seens him dance this way before.
[MUSIC CONTINUES.]
This is causing the cringiness.
Why are you doing this, man? It's embarrassing for everyone.
Hold up, yo! I thinks he's trying to communicate like them bees do.
- They talks by dancing.
- Friend Robin believes he is the bee? He's not a bee.
He knows that, right? [MUSIC STOPS.]
We gots no idea what you want, fool! You're just not a very good dancer.
[SALSA MUSIC PLAYING.]
Ugh! What's he doing now? I think he's trying to communicate using the international language of love.
I am the afraid he is not the fluent in the love language.
Ew! [SALSA MUSIC CONTINUES.]
[MUSIC STOPS.]
Yo! Who invited Don Juan DeMarco? Robin broke the jinx, now he is living with the consequences.
Oh, snap! I wish I could help you out.
But it's not like I can live inside your belly and talk for you.
[DINGS.]
[CRUNCHES.]
[RECORD SCRATCHES.]
[ALL GASP.]
Did you just eat Birdarang? Word! It is straight up disgusting in here.
Poor little birdman.
Does this not defeat the purpose of learning the alternate communication method? Forget that noise.
We gotsta posse up and get my dude's voice back before he eats anymore fish.
We are we going to peep my man's vocals, yo? You lost it playing jinx, so obviously Jinx has it.
- Really? - Yeah.
That's dumb.
- Yeah.
Super dumb.
- I cannot believe how dumb this is.
- Completely the uncreative.
- But I guess it makes sense, ya'll.
- Yeah.
- It is the genius.
- That's why we're number one.
Titians! Giggity, giggity go! [ALARM BLARING.]
Let's get this party popppin', yo! [REVVING.]
[SCREECHES.]
[WHIRRING.]
[OPERA MUSIC PLAYING.]
[BEEPS.]
[WHIRRING.]
[EXPLOSION.]
Titans! Ah! Hey, Cy.
Hey, babe.
Is this your voice collection? Yeah.
It's hobby.
[BOINK.]
Ouch! Okay, okay.
Listen up, yo.
My man Robin needs his parts back.
He broke the jinx.
He knew there were consequences.
Come on! Hook a brother up.
No way, Jose! [ELECTRICITY CRACKLING.]
[SQUEAKING.]
[ALARM BEEPING.]
Whoa! That was a close one, bro! Ouch! I'm out this piece.
Later, fellows.
Uh, what do we do, bro? What are you trying to say? [LAUGHS.]
Aw! Can't lead your team? Too bad you've only taught them to respect yelling.
That and violence.
[DINGS.]
- Ow! - Ow! - Ow! - Ow! - Okay, loud and clear.
- So inspiring.
You got it, bro.
[MUSIC.]
[LASERS FIRING.]
[GRUNTS.]
Sorry.
[SCREAMS.]
[VOICE 1 CACKLES.]
- VOICE 2: Woo-hoo! - VOICE 3: Yay! [GRUNTS.]
So, got any plans for Friday night? We were thinking the girls' night out five? [BOTH GRUNTING.]
[SHOUTING.]
[GRUNTS.]
[VOICES GRUNTING.]
[VOICE SPEAKING INDISTINCTLY.]
[LASERS CHARGING.]
Okay, okay.
He can have his voice back.
[VOCALIZING.]
[COUGHING, GAGGING.]
Yes! My voice! [LAUGHS.]
I've got my voice back I've got my voice back My voice! Ha-ha! My voice! ROBIN: Well, Titans, I've learned something today.
I don't need my voice when I can command you with violence! And I hope you've learned something too.
That you can't do one single thing around here without my leadership! Without me you'd be lost, wandering the streets like fools, gibbering at the moon [SPEAKING GIBBERISH.]
wearing hats made out of newspapers [ALARM BLARING.]
Crime alert.
We'll continue this discussion later.
But for now ALL: Titans, go! ALL: Jinx! [END THEME PLAYING.]