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Case of the Killer Pizzas 

Shredder & Baxter Stockman switch meatballs on some pizzas, used as prizes in a contest, with some weird alien eggs from Dimension X. The Turtles must battle the Xenomorph-like creatures that hatch from the eggs in order to save the city.

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Leonardo / Rocksteady / Alfredo (voice)
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Donatello / Bebop (voice)
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Michelangelo (voice)
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Raphael (voice)
Renae Jacobs ...
April O'Neil / Spoiled Little Girl (voice)
Peter Renaday ...
Splinter (voice)
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Shredder (voice)
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Krang / Baxter Stockman / UFO Pizza Chef (voice)
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Irma / Spoiled Little Boy (voice)
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Pizza Monster (voice)
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Shredder & Baxter Stockman switch meatballs on some pizzas, used as prizes in a contest, with some weird alien eggs from Dimension X. The Turtles must battle the Xenomorph-like creatures that hatch from the eggs in order to save the city.

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5 November 1988 (USA)  »

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When hatched and fully evolved, the creatures from Dimension X resemble the Xenomorph aliens from the highly popular Aliens Franchise. See more »

Goofs

When Michelangelo removes a slice of pizza from the box to give to April instead of the pizza itself, he moves the pizza box in his hand a little. When he does, a slice of pizza appears out of nowhere in the spot where he originally picked up the slice. Then the blank spot from the slice he picked up reappears when he slightly moves the box back to the original position he had it and puts the slice back. See more »

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Michaelangelo: Oh, wow! Pizza heaven!
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References Creature (1985) See more »

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