More Worlds Than One
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2003) episode
Season Code: S05E04 (Lost Season)
Episode: 108
Original airdate August 7, 2006 (on demand), March 8, 2008 (TV)
Written by Christopher Yost
Supervising Producer Lloyd Goldfine
Producers: Gary Richardson
Frederick U. Fierst
Al Kahn
Norman Grossfeld
Thomas Kenney
Supervising Director  Roy Burdine
Story Editor: Michael Ryan
Episode chronology
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"Legend of the 5 Dragons" "Beginning of the End"

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Ninja Tribunal

August 7, 2006 - May 4, 2008
List of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles episodes


  1. Lap of the Gods
  2. Demons and Dragons
  3. Legend of the 5 Dragons
  4. More Worlds Than One
  5. Beginning of the End
  6. Nightmares Recycled
  7. Membership Drive
  8. New World Order, Part 1
  9. New World Order, Part 2
  10. Fathers and Sons
  11. Past and Present
  12. Enter the Dragons, Part 1
  13. Enter the Dragons, Part 2

Season 1Season 2Season 3Season 4Ninja TribunalFast Forward - Back to the Sewer

"More Worlds Than One" is the fourth episode of the animated series Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2003), so-called "Lost Season", which takes place after Season 4 of the series, but aired after its sequel Fast Forward.


Major Characters


Voice-over introduction

Leonardo: The Ninja Tribunal calls me Leonardo Splinterson. And I am honored they have chosen me as one of their acolytes. But so far, it's been a lot of work, for very little pay-off. For what seems like an eternity, we've trained with the Ninja Tribunal, learning their disciplines, learning to fight with our minds and spirits, so we can help prevent the return of a great evil. The original... demon Shredder! My brothers, even my fellow acolytes, have all been mastering their lessons. And they've all been granted incredible weapons. I haven't been so lucky. Of course, I keep hoping that all this will get better. But really... that might be hoping for a little too much.

Plot Synopsis

The Turtles and their new friends continue their hard training with the Ninja Tribunal, but some of them feel they are not good enough for the task on hand.


Adam McKay: "Whoah... isn't she dreamy?"

Donatello: "Chikara-Shisho?! Sure, dreamy like a panzer tank."

Michelangelo: "Oh, I dunno... give her a shell, add a touch of green, you might have something."

- Could possibly be a Venus reference that was sneaked in.


The Acolytes begin to manifest their spirit avatars:

  • Adam: Bear--represents strength
  • Joi: Hawk--represents fearlessness
  • Faraji: Lion--represents honor and courage
  • Tora: Wolf--represents ferocity and speed
  • Leonardo: Dragon--the ancient symbol for wisdom and strength


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