|“Turtles, Turtles Everywhere”|
|Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987 Cartoon) episode|
|Original airdate||November 10, 1989|
|Written by|| David Bennett Carren |
J. Larry Carroll
Shredder takes over the Dump-1000 to steal turtles until he finds the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, now the turtles need to save their turtle friends and stop the Shredder before being caught by the Dump-1000 and crushed into cubes.
- Leonardo (Cam Clarke)
- Donatello (Barry Gordon)
- Michelangelo (Townsend Coleman)
- Raphael (Rob Paulsen)
- Splinter (Peter Renaday)
- April O'Neil (Renae Jacobs)
- Vernon Fenwick (Peter Renaday)
- Shredder (James Avery)
- Rocksteady (Cam Clarke)
- Bebop (Barry Gordon)
- Krang (Pat Fraley)
- Dump-1000 (???)
- Professor (Peter Renaday)
- Turtle Control Overrider
Home media releases
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles vs. the Turtle Terminator
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Volume 4
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Season 3
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Complete Classic Series Collection
- The metal hands that grabbed the three Turtles were shown as grey metal but were seen as the normal white gloved hands when Dump 1000 released them.
- When Bebop and Rocksteady help Shredder get the turtle off his foot, the floor gains turtles within the same shot.
- After Leonardo accidentally cuts Raphael's and Michelangelo's climbing ropes, they both hover in the air for a while, like Looney Tunes characters.
- When the Turtle Van exits the lair, Donatello can be seen in the front passenger seat, but in the next shot, Michaelangelo is sitting there!
- Donatello breaks the fourth wall when he says, "Remember the theme song?" and he later breaks the fourth wall when he says, "Who writes that guy's dialogue?" when he was referring to Shredder. Shortly after, April thinks outloud, "and he complains about Shredder's corny dialogue?"
- Raphael brakes the fourth wall when the turtles are unable to rescue Donatello. He turns to audience and says "yeah, but what a cliffhanger!"
- Michelangelo breaks the fourth wall when he asks "Isn't this music excellent?" when he was talking to the audience.
- This cartoon is a pun on the famous line from Tennyson's Rhyme of the Ancient Mariner: "Water, water every were/And not a drop to drink."