Robin gets up the courage to ask Starfire on a date, only to find that she has already agreed to go out with Speedy, Robin's arch rival The episode starts with Robin playing with a fortune teller and shouting in excitement. Beast Boy passes his door, but stops and wonders what Robin is doing. Cyborg later joins Beast Boy on finding what it is. They manage to steal the fortune teller from him. Both Cyborg and Beast Boy's fortunes were about Starfire, Beast Boy: you will marry Starfire and Cyborg: You and Starfire will have seven kids then Cyborg checks all the fortunes They ask Robin why are all of the fortunes about Starfire, and he tells them the fortunes were meant for him.
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Back to list of episodes. Date with Destiny is the 19th episode in the Teen Titans series and the sixth episode of the second season. The villain Killer Moth is about to unleash his latest scheme when his plans are spoiled by his daughter Kitten. Her boyfriend Fang has just dumped her, one day before her Junior Prom, and she coerces her father into procuring her another date.
Date with Destiny/Transcript
This is the transcript for the episode " Date with Destiny ". Opening shot: a dark pane of glass, which shakes a bit as several pairs of glowing eyes open behind it. Pull back slightly and pan across the area as a voice begins to speak male, but distorted somewhat. The camera movement reveals a dimly lit room and ranks of glass holding pens stuffed with black silhouettes; the whirring sound of many beating wings is heard. On the end of this line, the speaker comes into view.
No score yet. Cartoon Network Air Date: February 14, Summary: A creepy criminal known as Killer Moth threatens to destroy the city with a flying army of mutant moths, unless Robin agrees to take his spoiled-rotten teenage daughter, Kitten, to her junior prom. So while the other Titans are scouring the city in search of Moth's secret hideout, a reluctant Robin has no choice but to go along with the A creepy criminal known as Killer Moth threatens to destroy the city with a flying army of mutant moths, unless Robin agrees to take his spoiled-rotten teenage daughter, Kitten, to her junior prom.