Finally got around to it. Well, that was fun and the Leader Krang's "I am known as Krang, but you can call me Kraaaang" is probably one of the funniest lines in the show. It's rushed in a few places and some of the scenes could have been trimmed or altered to fit others. I think the dance scene at the end could have been cut down a bit to focus and emphasize more on the Turtle's sadness for Leo's "death" (though this may be because I think the dance scene was just cringe-worthy.) Likewise, while I love that Leo tried to sacrifice himself to save the world, it would have worked largely as a one time deal. Having him pull it during Part One, then again in Part Two merely a half an hour later really undermines the latter's sacrifice a bit. Though I was almost convinced Leo's fate wouldn't be revealed until Season Two; kinda like in Beast Wars where Optimus Primal dies in the Season One finale, then returns in Season Two. Still, it's a good finale and has a lot more hits than miss. I think what I appreciated about Shredder is that despite being the defacto/primary baddie in the Ninja Turtle verse, he's not the guy trying to take over the world. No, his issues is with Splinter and compared to what the Krangs are doing, it looks so minor in comparison, yet since we know their history and the bad blood between the two, it becomes important and personal. There's something decidedly poetic about that and I love that most of the heart centered around this subplot. Oh, god, Shredder convinced the kid that Splinter did something to her mother. That has got to sting. Can't wait to see how this will play out. Like Hellcat, I want to know if April's unique energy will be played with it provided it isn't played out. I'm personally theorizing this is why April is well-tuned and sensitive to stuff that makes her a good candidate as a kunochi. I mean, that's what I've always assumed.