Teen Titans Go! (2013–…): Season 3, Episode 47 - Who's Laughing Now - full transcript

Upon finding his first armpit hairs, Beast Boy excitedly embarks on a journey to find his spirit animal, joining a literal fraternity of bears.


"Who's Laughing Now"

♪ Dirty boy getting clean ♪

♪ Want to get that
real good green ♪

♪ Put that soap where it goes ♪

♪ Put that soap on my toes ♪

♪ Soap don't get in your nose ♪

It happened.

Guys, guys, guys, guys,
guys, guys, look!

It happened.

- Nice.
- Welcome to the club!

♪ Show you what I got ♪

♪ Feelin' so hot ♪

♪ Everything that
glitters is gold ♪

Oh, the wispy hairs.

Ew. Gross. All of you.

But they are so soft, Raven.
Like the kitten cat.

You should be happy
for me, Mama.

These hairs mean that I
ain't a boy no more.

As a man.

Now I gots to do what all
mens do when they be mens.

And what dos the mens dos?

- Become a weightlifter.
- Drive fire trucks.

Show off their armpit
hairs in public.

No, a mans gots to find
his spirit animal.

I do not think you should
look for the animal ghosts.

They're not ghost, girl.

Spirit animals in which
your life experience.

They teach you important stuff,

like how to get by in
this big crazy world.

It's like college for dudes
who turn into animals.

Well, I for once support any
form of higher education.

Uh, isn't higher education
usually really expensive?

Yes, but if he chooses
the right spirit animal

it will open a lot
of doors for him.

That's right, Robin, my man.

And then me and my hairy
pits will be on easy street.

He's soft.

So soft.

Whoa, whoa, whoa. While
spirit animals are great,

they aren't necessarily
for everyone.

I'd hate to see you
settle with so much debt

and in this economy, whoo!

Personally, I think spirit animals
have just become big business.

Focus more on sports and
partying, than education.

Now with the money you'd
spent on spirit animal

have you instead considered in
investing in, say, a rental property.

Or what about looking
into a training school?

Who's talking about
school, Cyborg?

I'm looking for a spirit
animal, you knucklehead.

Perhaps this Silky could
be your animal ghost.

Boo. Boo, boo,
beware the phantom.

Boo, boo, boo!

Not feeling it.

Then we'll go on a
spirit animal tour,

so you can make an informed
choice like a man.

Ah, so many animals
to choose from, yo.

How about a horned frog?

Ah! Nah.

Whoa, check out those bears.
Nice.

That's what I want my
spirit animal to be!

But the cost of being a
bear is astronomical.

Maybe you should find
a two-year community

spirit animal, like
that old donkey.

Then transfer to the bears.

In the end you get the
same spirit animal.

No way, dude. Donks ain't cool.

I want to be a bear.

Uh, what up, yo?

My name is Beast Boy, and
I want to be a bear.

Yeah, boy!

- Well, how did it go?
- They were all...

And I was like...

And then this one
dude was all like...

Does that mean you
were accepted?

Yeah, boy. I'm a bear!

I have the happy feelings
that you found your place

amongst the animal ghost bears.

So, you're really
going to live here?

It's so gross. There's
bear poop everywhere.

That ain't poop, Mama.

My spirit animal already
taught me that is called scat.

That's going to be my major.

I'm going to be a Scatman.

♪ Ta-ta-ta-ta-da-ta-ta-da.
Scat ♪

- I'm so the proud of you, Beast Boy.
- We all are.

But how are you going
to pay for this?

I got some government
loan of salmon and honey.

Whoa, that's a lot
of salmon and honey.

It will take forever
to pay that back.

Once I'm a bear, I'll be rich.

While data shows having
a good spirit animal

leads to a better paying
job, there's no guarantee

those spirit animals are going
to give you the experience

you need to make it
in the real world.

Chill out, bro. Whatever.

I'm a bear and that's
all that matters.

Now I gots to get to the cave.
Later.

What up, my bear bros?
I'm ready to learn.

Hope I gots what it takes.

Oh, man, a bear party?
Shouldn't we be studying?

- No.
- I guess a little fun won't hurt.

Oh, bother.

No, I'm not really into sports.

I really came here to
learn about myself.

No!

Man. Okay, I get it,
you love sports.

But, like, this is supposed to
be a higher education, right?

So if I'm...

Uh, yeah, cool, yeah.

Guys, can you keep it down?

I'm trying to read my
spirit animal book.

You guys are going to teach
me something? Finally!

A picnic?

All that salmon and
honey for this?

Beast Boy is sure going to be
excited that we're bringing

him clean clothes and this
care package of goodies.

You know the rules. You
stepped in the scat.

- You're a Scatman.
- Argh, fine.

♪ Ski-bi dibby dib yo da
Dub dub yo da dub dub ♪

That's some good scatting, bro.

And I should know,
I'm majoring in it.

I'm the Scatman.

♪ Ski-bi dibby dib yo da
Dub dub yo da dub dub ♪

Beast Boy, how goes your journey
with the spirit animals?

Oh, these spirit animals.

Man, all they do is
party, play sports,

- and steal pick-a-nick baskets.
- You mean, picnic baskets.

- No, pick-a-nick baskets.
- No, picnic.

Pick-a-nick. Say it with me.

- Pick.
- Pick.

- A.
- A.

- Nick.
- Nick.

Whatever, I'm just
saying this is terrible.

I think you're right, Cyborg.

I should have bought
a rent-o-property.

- Booyah. Told ya.
- Well, consider it a lesson learned.

But now I'm in salmon
and honey debt

and the government
is going to kill me!

No way. We're going to get
that salmon and honey back

from those garbage
spirit animals.

But we're going to have to
beat them at their own game.

Education?

Spirit animals don't
care about no education!

I'm talking about football!

Okay, spirit animals,
the rules are simple.

You win, you keep the
salmon and honey.

We win, he gets it all back.
Agreed?

We need a field
goal for the win.

Are you cray? It's too far.
I can't kick it from here.

Maybe you can't,

but have you considered a
two-year spirit animal?

It's a lot cheaper and
without the distractions

of sports and partying, you
can focus on learning.

I knows what you're saying, bro.

My spirit animal is going to be
a two-year community donkey!

In your face, bears.

Guess that means you
guys give me back

all that salmon
and honey, fools.

That's what you get
for convincing people

to spent thousands of dollars
just to learn things

they could figure out for free.

Leave them with
an amount of debt

and a useless piece of paper
that reads, "Diploma."

They're pedaling a dream
that doesn't exist anymore.

The bears are doing this?

That's right. We don't
need to learn nothing!

- As a man.
- Whoo! Look at those pits.

♪ Show you what I got ♪

♪ Feelin' so hot ♪

♪ Everything that
glitters is gold ♪