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When Starfire is the only Titan invited to the Titans East Annual Dance Party, Beast Boy teaches her how to lie so that she can spare the other Titans' feelings, but her lies turn all of the Titans against each other. Meanwhile, Starfire forgets to feed Silkie , so he goes into a feeding frenzy and enters each of the Titans' rooms, eating their stuff. When Robin asks what time the party starts, Raven suggests checking his invitation. However, the Titans realize that none of them were invited to the party. They find this odd because they were the life of the party last year, at least from their perspectives. This leads to a flashback of that time where they actually ruined the party in multiple ways, which include accidentally hurting people and playing spooky music that. Starfire reveals to Beast Boy that she was, in fact, invited to the party, and plans to inform the others of her popularity. Beast Boy knows this would hurt the other Titans' feelings, so he tells Starfire to lie to them.
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When these superheroes are off duty, their life as roomies and pals is anything but dull, with teen antics, angst and bickering in equal measures. Raven has the guys hunt for ingredients for a legendary magical sandwich; Beast Boy takes a job at a pie shop so he can buy Cyborg a birthday gift. Robin unwittingly becomes part of a heist during his driver's ed test; Raven's supervillain dad has ulterior motives for befriending the other Titans. Cyborg and Beast Boy stir up trouble by cloning themselves to avoid doing chores; Robin kidnaps Speedy to keep him from going on a date with Starfire. The Titans teach a very uptight Robin how to loosen up; When Raven uses her magic to do the laundry, the team uniforms come alive. Starfire thinks she killed Beast Boy, so he pretends to be a ghost and torments her; When the team baby-sits Silkie, he escapes to Mexico. Cyborg and Beast Boy try to thwart the pizza delivery guy to get free pizza; Beast Boy turns into an obnoxious gorilla and decides he's in charge. When the guys plan a night out, Starfire and Raven have their own adventure; Beast Boy is slacking on the job, so the others look for a replacement. Despite Raven's warnings, Robin begs her to give him superpowers; After Cyborg short-circuits, the Titans plug him into the tower's control panel.
Teen Titans Go! Many DC characters make cameo appearances and are referenced in the background. The original principal voice cast returns to reprise their respective roles. After using a repellent to temporarily prevent the Powerpuff Girls from moving, Mojo Jojo uses a teleportation device to teleport himself into Jump City, in the Titans' tower, then the girls follow him into the same place where he appeared, only to run into Robin, Starfire, and Raven. Then, after the girls compete with three of the Titans to see who is better, and Mojo Jojo traps Cyborg and Beast Boy in his new lair, the girls defeat him, with "help" from Robin, Starfire, and Raven. Robin eavesdrops on the Titans and grants them wishes to teach them life lessons, but things do not go as he had hoped. The Titans get sick of the island and decide to leave, only to realize that they have in fact been unknowingly press-ganged into a reality TV show by the Teen Titans' villains and the Control Freak. Robin forces the other Titans into a mids style adventure complete with covered wagons, attacks from the elements, and dysentery.