I guess the writers were trying to portray Blackfire as a more experienced and traveled person than Starfire, and just forgot about this.Originally Posted by Red X Unmasked
Maybe Cyborg had more of a motivation in his solo fight (redeem himself of sorts) than they all did in the first battle. The question of Cinderblock's ever changing strength has been brought up on many occassions.3. Divide and Conquer
-How in the freakin hell did Cyborg beat Cinderblock on his own, when earlier the entire team couldn't do more than irritate him?
Plot hole. No other explanation. Sometimes people just aren't thinking when they're writing.5. The Sum of His Parts
-Fixit recalls memories of his own past above-ground when he downloads Cyborg's memories. Earlier in the episode, he says that he has lived his entire life underground, with no recollection or need for sunlight, food, friendship, etc.
This was just a big mistake made by the writers. Starfire's powers in the comics act nothing like this, and the only reason they said these things in the ep was to make things harder on Raven (who holds back emotions). They probably just weren't thinking.7. Switched
-If you need to feel mad to hurl Starbolts, and joy to fly, how can Starfire fly and hurl starbolts at the same time?
I don't know, but this scene pissed me off. Aqualad sucks IMO. Raven wouldn't be the kind of person to put such emphasis on physical appearance.8. Deep Six
-In Switched, Raven said her powers were driven by her emotions. So why didn't stuff blow up or something when she was all ga-ga over Aqualad?
Robin probably had a series of Holograms set up to play out the chase scene, and Starfire probably only knocked over one of them. It probably flickered because the fall damaged it. The X powers and super disappear trick were abilities provided by the suit and the zynopium that powers it. Without the suit, Robin doesn't have the powers. They are not innate like BB's changling abilities. My question is, why doesn't Robin make himself a similar suit that he could use to give himself an edge in battle? (Who wouldn't want super disappeary trick?)9. Masks
-When Starfire accidently activates Robin's hologram, it is not at all similar to the original hologram. It does not chase, it does not point, and the original hologram did not flicker. Also, if Robin had all that super disappear and chucking X powers, why has he never used them before?
I noticed this myself. Your right about that, I don't know what the writers were thinking. Probably just an oversight.11. Apprentice (1)
-When Raven finds the Pier 41 reflection on the bomb, wouldn't that mean that the Titans would have to go to the building across from Pier 41, not to Pier 41 itself?
-Fire would kinda ruin the electronics too, along with the building, and possibly every building in the surrounding five blocks. Plus, electronics are prone to sparking fires, so it's required by law to have sprinklers.13. Car Trouble
-Why would there be emergency sprinklers in an electronics store? That would kinda ruin the electronics.
-When they're after Gizmo, why Raven just doesn't use her power to levitate and stop the T-Car since the chase starts, as she did with the two bad boys in the burger restaurant and as she does with Gizmo and his parachute?
-Why would you take Overload, a piece of circuitry, to prison? Wouldn't you just destroy it?
-Because that wouldn't have been as fun.
-Because then he wouldn't be able to appear in later episodes. Got to keep the bad guys available for future attacks you know.
-Maybe Cyborg was just being lazy and didn't want to help. Or perhaps he had been working on fixing it and was almost done, and took the signal as an excuse to get really motivated and finish the job.14. How Long Is Forever?
-When Starfire first meets future Cyborg, he tells her that he tried to make a portable powercell but failed. Later in the show, Cyborg comes to help the titans fight and his power powercell is fixed. If Cyborg had twenty years to fix his powercell, why did it take him such a short amount of time to fix it later?
-Warp says that he read the historical articles about the teen titans. Wouldn't they say that Warp was defeated? If so, why would he even try going back? He himself said that you cannot change the past, because it has already happened.
-Time travel causes too many paradoxes, which is why It's not possible IMO. I've never seen a time travel episode of any show or movie that didn't raise atleast ten of these kinds of questions.
Robots float? Probably not. I don't know.17. Only Human
-How is it at the beginning of the episode when Cy and Atlas are fighting IN THE OCEAN the water is only ankle deep?
I'm pretty sure Beast Boy has a learning disorder, so maybe he just forgot they had fought control freak 10 times before. Or maybe Control Freak was just nice and sent them 10 remotes as a parting gift or something. Now I'm just being stupid.18. Fear Itself
-Beast Boy said that he had never heard of Control Freak but Cyborg later, while in the Evidence Room, says that they have 10 of his Remotes.
It was Robin's never-ending love for her that helped them track her down.20. Transformation
-So, how exactly did the others track Starfire down? The universe in a pretty big place.
-This happened because the writers realized how super-lame Aqualad and all his powers are, so they had to make something interesting up to represent him.22. Winner Take All
-Somehow the Master of Games gains the ability to breath blasts of water. Presumably he gets it from Aqualad, but Aqualad doesn't have the power to shoot water from his body.
-So Robin's bowstaff couldn't snap Speedy's bow, but Robin's foot can?
-It's a magic foot, ala Larry's magic finger. Get the connection? I don't.
Maybe it's one of those new-fangled glassless windows. A means to an end I suppose.23. Betrayal
-Why does Beast Boy have a huge rectangular hole in the outside wall of his room? The tower is supposed to be locked down for the night, and flying up to that floor would be trivial for any number of villains.
-Because Robin was busy fighting Cinderblock.25. Aftershock (1)
-If Robin and Cyborg destroyed Plasmus using the sonicboom before, why not they just do it again to get it over with?
-Assuming Raven was drowned in mud, Starfire was flung off a cliff (and appeared to make no effort to save herself), Cyborg & Beast Boy were dropped into the fault line created by Terra, & Robin got his skull crushed in, how do they all manage to survive, communicate & find each other in that pit, & come off of the whole thing without a scratch?
-I don't think they were all battered like you described. I think the representation was they all ended up underground (Robin pounded underground by the rock, Starfire washed underground? Raven sunk underground?) They could find each other via the communicators. Also, if you see the final scene with them undergound, they're all pretty beat up, especially Robin.
-I did not know that. My question is, why did the cooling lava not MELT HER SKIN AND BONES? It's f****** lava!26. Aftershock (2)
-This is a geological error. Terra quickly cooled the lava to save the city. The rock she is made of ans around her is obsidian. Obsidian is slowly cooled lava. It should have been pumice. Pumice is rapidly cooled lava and has holes in it. She would have been able to breathe, talk, all the stuff.
-Early in the episode, Terra mentions how quiet the city is -- now that the people are gone. If the city was abandoned, why was it necessary to stop the volcano? (It really diminishes the impact of the ending if Terra died to save empty buildings...)
-Maybe the city has some kind of historical significance?
-He also repeatedly states that he can't destroy the suit because it's too volitile. He should have just tied it to an anchor and had Aqualad drop it in the deepest part of the ocean.28. X
-Robin repeatedly states it's all his fault that he didn't just destroy the power suit in the first place. So what does he do when he gets control of the belt? He locks it up. Just like what he did with the suit.
-Robin is an obvious genius in the series. This being true, how does a common thief break through Cyborg's defense system then into Robin's super vault, then leave with out any one noticing?
-Synothium is such a concentrated, unstable fuel source that it is illegal for even superheroes to possess, and almost impossible even to safely dispose of. At the end of the episode, Red X throws a whole vial, enough to power the suit indefinitely, and one of eight that powered an enormous disintegration cannon, to the ground, producing a wimpy blast that doesn't even knock Robin off his feet at point-blank range.
-Maybe he's not a common theif. It's so obvious that Red X is really Slade, who is really Batman. (sarcasm)
-This bothered me two. Someone should have atleast lost some eyebrows or something.
Because he knew it would look cool....31. Haunted
-In 'Sisters,' Robin said his cape was made of titanium alloy. Also, in 'Winner Take All' Robin reflected lava with the cape. So if his cape is so powerful, how in the world could he have ripped it with his bare hands while fighting a hallucination?
-If she created a bubble, it would quickly run out of oxygen so she would suffocate instead. Plus, it's not as funny that way.34. Wavelength
-You'd think Raven could make some sort of bubble around herself when she's underwater to keep from drowning? Or she could at least levitate so she wasn't spinning around the whole time in BB's mouth.
-How did Brother Blood steal Cyborg's blueprints when he hacked in? It's not like he actually connected to the computer or anything.
-How is it that Aqualad wrenched the door open in the beginning but he AND Beast Boy together couldn't stop the walls when they were trying to crush them?
-Plot Device. Nuff said.
-Aqualad's new amazing strength in this episode bothered me a lot. Where did it come from? Where did it go? Why would he destroy the door instead of knock or use the communicator? Why is Aqualad such a Wank?
That was fun.