Split-Second is a the sixth episode of season 9 of the 1987-1996 series. It originally aired at CBS on 21 October 1995.
A new foe appears in the form of the time-obsessed Chronos, who has thrown the city into chaos, due to all clocks malfunctioning. Can the Turtles, April & Carter stop him before it is too late?
- Leonardo (Cam Clarke)
- Donatello (Barry Gordon)
- Raphael (Rob Paulsen)
- Michelangelo (Townsend Coleman)
- Splinter (Peter Renaday)
- April O'Neil (Renae Jacobs)
- Carter (Bumper Robinson)
- Winston Fripp/Chronos (Maurice LaMarche)
- Lord Dregg (Tony Jay)
- Turtle Lair
- City Sewers
- April's apartment
- City Subway
- Clock Tower
- Turtle Van
- Carter's Motorcycle
Home media releases
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Season 9
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Complete Classic Series Collection
- At the start of the episode, Michelangelo is on the couch reading comics, then standing next to Splinter moments later, then back on couch again.
- When Leonardo reads Dregg's billboard, he uses the words "officially" and "licensed", but those words aren't on the billboard.
- The positions of the hands on the clock Chronos plants in the Turtle Van change drastically between shots.
- The timer on Chronos' thermal bomb stays at 14 seconds for more than one second.
- When the Turtle Van arrives at the bridge, the lettering on the front of it is black instead of white.
- When the Turtle Van arrives at the bridge, Leonardo appears to be a lot bigger than Michelangelo.
- Right as Donatello breaks out of his ropes, Leonardo and Michelangelo have disappeared; they should be hanging next to Raphael like they are in an earlier shot.