The Teen Titans--Robin, Beast Boy, Cyborg, Raven and Starfire--continue to save the world from various and sundry super-baddies, and to squabble amongst themselves like the overgrown kids that they are, in the second season of the cartoon series bearing their name. In the first of the season's 13 episodes, Starfire is hurtled two decades into the future in pursuit of time-travelling felon Warp--and comes face to face with Robin's "older self" Nightwing. And that's only the beginning, folks, only the beginning! The Titans mistake Beast Boy for a green alien dog, and vice versa. The half-human side of Cyborg clashes with his half-robot side durng a battle with giant robot Atlas. The world of horror films collides with reality (or at least, cartoon reality) when Titans Tower becomes the repository of the Teen Titans' worst fears. The deadly criminal Killer Moth threatens to decimate the city-- unless Robin agrees to escort the Moth's daughter Kitten to her prom! The moment Starfire begins obsessing over her looks, her looks turn around and nearly destroy her. The Master of Games pits the current Teen Titans against several of their comic-book predecessors in an alternate dimension. And Robin comes to regret a visit from his "number one fan" Larry the Titan. There's also a poignant--and ultimately terrifying--plot thread involving Terra, a strange, telekinetic girl who wants to join the Titans, but may not yet have full control over her awesome (and potentially apocalyptic) powers. Terra is given the opportunity to prove her mettle Titans' arch-enemy Slade--and later, Terra and Beast Boy become an "item." Alas, the relationship sours in a spectacular fashion, as demonstrated in the season's slam-bang two-part finale, which proves beyond doubt that Hell hate no fury like a Terra scorned!