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Real Identity: Various
Appearances: The Self-Indulgent 200th Episode Spectacular! Pt 1, The Self-Indulgent 200th Episode Spectacular! Pt 2, Quantum Fun, The Fight, and Slapping Butts And Celebrating For No Reason
Powers/Skills: Animation Expertise
Voiced By: Peter Michail
During a break from work on the 200th episode, Peter and the rest of the show's crew met the Teen Titans. Peter introduced Peggy, Luke, Prez, Eric, Jerry, Chuck, Battle, Pablo, Marina, Anand, Keef, Trevor, E. Rock, Candi, Sandra, Erin, Sacco, Camy, James, Stone, Pringle, Hype, Romero, Caps, Zach, Rob, Jeff, Adriel, and Nick. They also met Sam, the boss who ran the studio. It turned out Sam was a giant yellow head. He rose up and told them all to get back to work then lowered back down. Peter told them they made the show and the Titans suffered an existential crisis. The Crew was supposed to be working on the 200th episode but Michael and Aaron didn't turn in the script. The Crew took advantage of the rare break after working non-stop for 199 episodes on a very aggressive schedule. Peter advised them to check the studio since they were supposed to be recording voices.
After recording Michael and Aaron, the Titans consulted with a character designer chained to his desk. With their input, he drew Michael and Aaron with big heads and little bodies then made them look dumb with overbites. Peter was concerned with the script and told the Titans it wasn't producible. The Titans revealed they were just going to make it on the fly. The storyboards were done then sent to Canada by carrier pigeon. Once the reel was safely delivered, one of the crew checked it and stamped the 200th episode 'Good Enough'. Peter brought the VHS to the Titans and warned them it was a mess. The Titans played the episode and loved it but they were still fading. Peter told them make-believe only became real if they put their heart and soul into it. Robin ordered the episode to be reborn with heart and soul. Peter turned them down and stated they had their shot. Robin grabbed him by the collar and repeated himself. Peter summoned security and the Titans were thrown out. Michael and Aaron eventually realized they were interconnected with the Titans and the Crew resumed work. The Crew did a song and dance about work but Sam told them to get back to work.
At the conclusion of Robin's lesson about quantum physics, the Titans all agreed that the universe, no matter how it was observed, was terrifying and ultimately unknowable. A director on the crew, Ken McIntyre, laughed and paused from working at his computer. Various members of the crew were in Jump City when the Teen Titans successfully stopped Brother Blood from causing mass destruction with his latest weapon. Most of the crew attended the Big Game in Jump City.