Episode Reviews - Betrayal
Episode #23 - Betrayal
Original Airdate - July 31st, 2004
After a few weeks as a Teen Titan, Terra has everything she ever wanted:
a nice home, good friends, and even a little romance with Beast Boy .
Everything seems perfect. But is it?
Review by Amazing Spidey
Media by Bird Boy
Written by Amy Wolfram
Directed by Alex Soto
Producer Glen Murakami
Producers Linda M. Steiner, Bruce Timm
Asst. Producer Kimberly A. Smith
Music by Kristopher Carter
Casting and Voice Direction Andrea Romano
Animation Services by Dong Woo Animation Co., LTD.
Greg Cipes as Beast Boy
Scott Menville as Robin
Khary Payton as Cyborg
Tara Strong as Raven
Hynden Walch as Starfire
Ashley Johnson as Terra
Ron Perlman as Slade
This episode was the key point in the Terra: Good or Evil? arc. After
finally admitting to his feelings for her, Beast Boy and Terra finally hook
up. This episode set up the finale so much it might as well have been a
To say this was a Beast Boy focused episode, who is, for me, the least
entertaining of the Titans, it was actually a good episode, better than what
followed it. The episode wasn't without its humor, which was expected with
Beast Boy, except this time it was actually funny, especially the "This is
the greatest pie" line.
The ending of this episode was easily the greatest part of it. Watching
Beast Boy fighting Slade and smashing all them mirrors was cool. It reminded
me of Batman: The Animates Series Babydoll episode.
The episode mixed the humor, character interaction and fighting that you
expect of Teen Titans well. It also had an above average ending, with Titans
Towers practically destroyed and the Titans wondering, "what happens now?"
after the truth about Slade and Terra is revealed. Again, it was a brilliant
ending. Which makes 'Aftershock' all the more disappointing..