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The main Teen Titans would go on to appear in the Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo movie which follows this episode and serves as the technical-series finale. Terra continually told Beast Boy to stop calling her Terra, but it is still unknown what she called herself.
A very possible explanation of "Terra's" Remember the titans life and its could lie with Raven. After defeating Trigon in the climax of " The End - Part 3 ", she restored all life to the planet Earth.
After Trigon initially appeared, the planet's inhabitants were turned to stone, just like Terra. However, Raven managed to revive all of them by vanquishing her father and Terra, who also was a stone statue, could have been restored as well. Whether or not this was responsible for Terra's resurfacing is currently unknown.
One theory suggests the girl is really Terra, and like Slade said, she chooses not to remember. This could be because Terra is upset with herself for all the destruction she caused and does not want to repeat her mistakes.
All she may want is to be normal, and to not hurt anyone else. The school 'Terra' goes to is called "Murakami", the last name of the producer of Teen Titans. In the last conversation between them, 'Terra' makes the comment to Beast Boy that things "were never the way you remember" after he states that the old Terra used to be so happy.
This combined with her comment "things change.
The girl you want me to be is just a memory" implies that this may, in fact, not only be the real Terra, but she remembers everything from her past. It also implies that Terra was not how she seemed to Beast Boy, and indeed was very unhappy, which is why she wanted to start over.
However, she is trying to imply that she is no longer the old Terra that Beast Boy once knew.
The final statement of this episode and series was spoken by Beast Boy into his communicator: I'm on my way. Over", and him running down the hall to go help his friends 'Terra' makes a cameo in the 'Teen Titans Go! She is later the subject of the issue, " Metamorphosis ", where her brother Geo-Force is introduced and more evidence that the girl truly is Terra is shown.
Napoleon Dynamite makes a cameo in this episode, plus there's a sign that says "Vote For Pedro. Raven does eventually regain her memory by the end of the episode, but it is still worth noting.
Beast Boy's Utahraptor form shows he's the same size as the White Monster. Beast Boy uses the same joke about brainfreeze he used in Titans Togetherhowever, "Terra" liked it. Beast Boy utters the last word in this episode, "over". This alludes to the fact that this was the final episode of the series and hence the series is now "over".
Thus the series ends in a cliffhanger. Not only was this Slade's last appearance, but also his first and only appearance in season five. This is one of the few times Slade actually tries to help someone, telling Beast Boy that he is truly hurting Terra not physically but emotionally, this shows that even though he is evil, even he knows that there are things that should be left forgotten and that life must move on, as he accepted Terra's decision to start over normal.
In this episode Beast Boy is the only one that sees and fights Slade. It's me, Beast Boy! Sorry I haven't been here in a while. You're gonna think this is crazy, but I thought I saw you today. I guess it wasn't you because you're still a statue and all.
I won't let you hurt her again! You're the one who's hurting her. Are you gonna keep running away from me? I'm not running from anything. Not until you talk to me.
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