Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Season 4
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Season 4
First Air Date: September 10, 1990
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4x41 Episode 41 (March 29, 1991)
4x40 Episode 40 (March 28, 1991)
4x39 Unidentified Flying Leonardo (December 08, 1990)
UFO sightings at an upstate farm town known as High Falls, cause April to investigate., Splinter foresees danger clouding April's visit and sends Leonardo to chaperone.
4x38 The Foot Soldiers are Revolting (December 08, 1990)
After Bebop and Rocksteady blow another assignment, Shredder fires them and decides to replace them with an intelligent Foot Soldier named Alpha One.
4x37 Big Bug Blunder (December 01, 1990)
A fly lands in the mutagen and it increases in size. Not being able to control it, Bebop and Rocksteady send the giant insect to Earth.
4x36 Beyond the Donatello Nebula (December 01, 1990)
Donatello has created a device to communicate with distant galaxies. While trying to communicate with the Turtle Nebula Donatello accidentally brings a spaceship to Earth.
4x35 Raphael drives 'em Wild (November 24, 1990)
On his way home from getting pizza Raphael and a cab driver accidentally get exposed to rays from a Personality Transmogrifier.
4x34 Splinter Vanishes (November 24, 1990)
Returning from another mission, the Turtles are shocked to discover their mentor has left the lair, leaving behind only a video taped message.
4x33 Leonardo VS Tempestra (November 17, 1990)
The Turtles sneak into an arcade in the middle of the night to play video games. Leonardo gets hooked on a game called Tempestra's Revenge.
4x32 The Big Cufflink Caper (September 14, 1990)
Shredder, Bebop, and Rocksteady are in town to steal a rare new mutagen created by Oswald Dren, a grad student. Some mutagen is accidentally spilled onto a reel of movie film causing monsters to come to life.
4x31 Donatello's Degree (September 08, 1990)
Professor Willard W. Willard invents a Molecular Intensifier to control the growth of living things. Krang hears about it and sends Shredder to steal it.
4x30 The Dimension X Story (September 08, 1990)
Disguised as humans, Rocksteady and Bebop are sent to attach special trans-dimensional thrusters to the Channel Six Building.
4x29 What's Michelangelo Good For? (November 10, 1990)
The Turtles, bored at the lack of action, decide to investigate when they hear that cufflinks are being stolen around the city.
4x28 Poor Little Rich Turtle (November 10, 1990)
Donatello gets an invitation to accept his degree personally from Professor Sopho at Sopho University. The only problem is that the invitation is addressed to a Miss Donna Tello.
4x27 Michelangelo Meets Bugman (November 03, 1990)
Shredder sends out a message from Dimension X to the Turtles telling them to meet him at the Southside Dump so that he can kick their shells in.
4x26 Rhino-Man (November 03, 1990)
The Turtles go along with Michaelangelo and his pet pigeon to the zoo so that Dr. Goodfellow can check the bird out.
4x25 Rebel without a Fin (October 27, 1990)
Krang has come up with yet another brilliant plan to free the Technodrome. The evil alien sends Bebop and Rocksteady to kidnap Buffy Shellhammer, 15 year-old CEO of Shellhammer Chemicals.
4x24 Farewell, Lotus Blossum (October 27, 1990)
Michelangelo avidly reads a comic book which features his favorite superhero, Bugman. While reading one of the comic books, Mikey hears a cry for help in the sewer.
4x23 Donatello Makes Time (October 20, 1990)
J. Gordon Hungerdunger, a Texas millionaire, is holding a best super-hero contest. The winner of the contest will receive the humongous Malaprop Diamond.
4x22 The Big Zipp Attack (October 20, 1990)
Dr. Polidorius creates a half-man half-fish named Ray. The Doctor has Ray plant explosives in certain parts of the sewer so that he can sink the city beneath the ocean.
4x21 Funny, They shrunk Michelangelo (October 13, 1990)
While on their way to a movie, the Turtles rescue the Urn of Chakahachi from two thieves. The thieves pry off a pearl from the Urn before the Turtles get their hands on it.
4x20 Were-Rats from Channel 6 (October 13, 1990)
Professor Lloyd Cycloyd, a crazy scientist who escaped from an institution, accidentally discovers the Turtles' lair. He sees Donatello testing out one of his new inventions, a time stopper.
4x19 Leonardo Lightens Up (September 29, 1990)
Krang sends Shredder, Bebop and Rocksteady to find Rigidium to repair the Technodrome. A meteorite lands containing a large egg. The egg hatches, revealing a Zipp, a cute little creature that begins to eat the Technodrome.
4x18 Slash the Evil Turtle from Dimension X (September 29, 1990)
While Michelangelo is testing out a sailboard in the sewers he accidentally gets swept out into the city harbor.
4x17 Raphael Meets his Match (September 22, 1990)
Raphael wins a ticket to a costume party on MacDonald Crump's yacht and decides to go disguised as a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle.
4x16 Bebop and Rocksteady Conquer the Universe (September 22, 1990)
On their latest trip to Earth, Bebop and Rocksteady steal a machine that makes everyone scared of everything.
4x15 Raphael Knocks 'em Dead (September 15, 1990)
Raphael must contend with a mobster named Pinky McFingers when he is kidnapped from a local comedy club.
4x14 Son of Return of the Fly II (September 15, 1990)
Vengeful Baxter Stockman and an A.I. computer return to Earth from a dimentional limbo and capture the Turtles while luring Shredder into their trap as well.
4x13 Back to the Egg (September 26, 1990)
Krang hires a multi-dimentional ring-master who intends on making the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles part of his circus by using an anti-aging serum.
4x12 Superhero For A Day (September 25, 1990)
Gadget Man comes out of retirement after 50 years, but is tricked by Shredder into fighting against the Turtles.
4x11 Menace, Maestro Please (September 28, 1990)
The Turtles must contend with the "Phantom of the Floxy" while trying to hinder Shredder's latest plan to bring the Technodrome back to earth.
4x10 Name That Toon (September 21, 1990)
A Technodrome computer disguised as an electronic keyboard ends up on Earth, and in the most unlikely of hands.
4x09 Planet of the Turtles (September 20, 1990)
The Turtles must save the Earth from a massive energy drain and its Apocalyptic result by traveling to another dimension where turtles are the dominant species.
4x08 Rondo in New York (September 19, 1990)
A big-time Hollywood action movie star arrives in New York to promote his newest movie.
4x07 Turtlemaniac (September 18, 1990)
An eccentric billionaire, Monroe Q. Flem, who is also a collector, wishes to collect every piece of TMNT memorabilia that he can get his evil hands on, including April and the Turtles themselves.
4x06 Four Turtles And A Baby (September 17, 1990)
When General Tragg and his troops attack the Neutrino capital, the Neutrino leaders, Zenter and Gizzla, send their infant daughter Tribble through a portal to Earth, asking the Turtles to look after her, but Tribble causes big trouble for our heroes.
4x05 Shredder's Mom (September 14, 1990)
New York is in the middle of an induced heat wave caused by Shredder, who must battle the Turtles and deal with his mother, Miyoko Saki, at the same time.
4x04 Peking Turtle (September 13, 1990)
The Turtles must battle a reanimated Terracotta Army after Shredder steals an energy device shaped like a giant pearl, which is held and guarded by a Jade Dragon.
4x03 Michelangelo Toys Around (September 12, 1990)
While trying to see the new toys at the Toy Fair, Michelangelo stumbles upon a plot to take over a noted toy company.
4x02 Turtles of the Jungle (September 11, 1990)
A professor's new ray-gun causes plants to go wild and his pet ape Jocko to become a giant rampaging monkey. By using the same ray-gun, Donatello is increased to Jocko's size so he can fight the giant ape and save April from him.
4x01 Plan Six From Outer Space (September 10, 1990)
With the Technodrome in serious need for new equipment, Bebop and Rocksteady are sent to Earth, disguised in human form, to capture the Channel 6 building and return it to Dimension X.