I said that I was going to do this for some time now, and since Season 1 is completed, instead of only episodes I liked and hated, I'll just do tiny snippets of my thoughts on EVERY episode. To make it simple, I'll score an episode by three different ratings. Of course, these are opinion based and you don't have to agree with me on what I write, but let's begin!
GOOD episode. It can be either fantastic, or just plain good.
MEH episode. It's decent, tolerable, or even mediocre.
BAD episode. It's just plain bad, or it made me very angry.
"Legendary Sandwich": This was a decent start for the series, and it was also the starting point where you were either turned ON or OFF from the show. The plot was simple, but I got some laughs. I did find it a bit desperate for them to have an MLP joke right at the very first scene.
"Pie Bros": Slightly better than the previous episode, but still nothing special. The pie song was fun, and even if Cyborg was acting like a jerk, both he and Beast Boy made up in the end. Also nice to see Mother Mae-Eye.
"Driver's Ed": It was funny in the beginning to see Robin beg the Titans to drive him to places. If there was one nitpick, it would be Starfire surprisingly liking to make fun of people's expense. There will be more examples of this later on.
"Dog Hand": I honestly didn't mind Trigon being turned into a sitcom Dad. I understand many being angered at that, but overall I did enjoy this episode, and it was funny for the episode being sitcom-based.
"Double Trouble": In this show, there are many episodes focusing on Cyborg and Beast Boy. This is one of the tolerable ones. I had fun seeing the mishap of the many Cyborg and BB clones showing up in the Tower.
"The Date": This was a decent episode for me. It was weird hearing Speedy sound exactly like Robin, but I can understand it was for this plot. The voice in Robin's head gave me a laugh though.
"Dude Relax": Considering that Robin is more high-stung in this series, it was pretty cool to see Beast Boy attempt to relax him. Overall, it was indeed a nice episode to watch.
"Laundry Day" THIS is how a TTG! episode can be funny! The Titans go all of their way to not do the laundry, and it was fun to see the clothing switch near the end of the episode. And this was the first to see Raven unhooded... and she looked great.
"Ghost Boy": I used to dislike this episode, but watching it again it's really not as bad. Beast Boy was quite a jerk, but he got his comeuppance, even if the Titans had to die for it.
"La Larva De Amor": Much better than the previous episode, and it was nice to see a pretty good episode focused on Silkie. But be warned, do NOT lose SIlkie in front of Starfire!
"Hey Pizza!": This episode was alright. I got a few laughs from Cyborg and Beast Boy attempting to get pizza, and Starfire being herself when referring to bikinis and sunscreen was funny due to Robin's reactions. Still too bad to not see her in a bikini...yet.
"Gorilla": I wasn't a fan of this episode... aside from Beast Boy acting like a jerk by taking leadership of the Titans, not much made me laugh either. However, but there are much worse episodes out there.
"Girls Night Out": Enjoyed this episode very much. Starfire wasn't a girls night out, so Raven and even Jinx joins in all the crazy fun.
"You're Fired!": Yes we see the Wonder Twins, and it was strange to see them replace Beast Boy when he got fired. Other than that, it was a decent episode with some gags involving the Twins.
"Super Robin": Robin having super powers is an interesting concept, but it wasn't done too well here. After he received powers, he saves the world, but things become boring later in his life. It was rather irritating to see the Titans taunt him right before he dies. It's an episode I'm not interested to watch again.
"Tower Power": It was funny throughout to see not only Cyborg controlling the Tower and going mad at the end, but also see his knowledge about the 80s culture. I wish I had Betamax.
"Parasite": Eh, I wasn't into this episode. It wasn't exciting, but it's not the worst that I have seen. It's forgettable, unless you stared at Starfire's stomach, with the parasite on it.
"Starliar": I like this episode, and there was a heartwarming moment at the end with Starfire's apology for lying. However, it's best to ignore continuity for this episode, because Starfire has lied before.
"Meatball Party": Raven dealing with a creature in her mouth was very strange, but this episode was plenty of fun. I liked the funky music, and Cyborg was sincere to Raven by learning not to force her to do things.
"Staff Meeting": Not a favorite episode of mine, but it had some decent humor in it, and it's especially nice to see Robin hit the Titans with the staff since after Super Robin. I have a weird mind.
"Terra-ized": Terra's first appearance was pleasant to see here. Yes, she has more hatred for Beast Boy, but this is because she is based more on the comics, not the 2003 series. It was also funny to see Raven slightly jealous of Terra.
"Artful Dodgers": While Starfire and Raven's parody of the Teen Titans theme was hilarious, this episode for the most part felt mean-spirited. While there were reasons Raven and Starfire couldn't play dodgeball, one can take it another way that it's as if girls couldn't play. And when would the Titans EVER cheat? I guess winning is that important to them.
"Burger vs. Burrito": This is my favorite episode involving both Cyborg and Beast Boy. The two fight over Burgers and Burritos, and they do hilarious tasks trying to prove which is better.
"Matched": Beast Boy loves Raven now, just because of a love machine. The way they pull this off is pretty funny, and sweet considering that Raven does have feelings for him.
"Colors of Raven": I enjoyed the five emoticlones that appeared, and it was funny to see the Titans retrive all the Raven's back. And Happy, the Pink Raven was the most fun!
"The Left Leg": The Titan Robot was cool, and it was fun seeing Kitten appear for the first time, but overall it's a decent episode. I don't know why the left leg is so boring, Robin.
"Books": Raven lets the Titans discover books for the first time, and get "high" with imagination. However, when they open Raven's dangerous book, they are in trouble. This episode has many moments that make it fun to watch overall.
"Lazy Sunday": Not much happens in this episode except Cyborg and Beast Boy competing who is lazier. A few moments here and there, such as the "5 Stages of Grief", but it's a so-so episode.
"Starfire the Terrible": Starfire as a villain worked for me, and it was sweet that the reason for her doing this was to make Robin feel important. Also, Starfire makes an EXCELLENT evil lair.
"Power Movies": Robin was REALLY obsessive in this one. He likes the power moves Cyborg shows, but it goes to the point where he literally moves into him. It's a decent episode at best because it did make me laugh a few times.
"Staring at the Future": This is the episode that made me irritated as well, mainly because of Cyborg and Beast Boy. The two fear the word "Responsibility", and the two find out a way to live in a world without it, by ruining the other Titans' great futures included. The ending bothered me indeed.
"No Power": You can say this is a better version of "Super Robin", but I still didn't like this episode too much. Granted, there are some funny moments in there, but the way Robin gets treated in the episode by the Titans bothered me a bit.
"Sidekick": Another episode that could have been great! The episode itself was decent, but seeing that this one is more Batman based brings out many possibilities. For example, instead of seeing Batman villains, the H.I.V.E. appeared once again.
"Caged Tiger": The guys get trapped in an elevator, while the girls hang out with Dr. Light. There isn't much into this episode, except that it was nice to see Dr. Light be generally nice. Other than that, it's another "meh" episode.
"Second Christmas": It was fun to see a Christmas special from this show. The other Titans trick Starfire that there is a second Christmas and Santa, just so they can get more presents... besides that, there are some pretty funny moments, especially near the ending.
"Nose Mouth": This episode was very bizarre, especially seeing Raven turn more evil by using her spells. It's definitely an enjoyable episode, and plus we see her have more fun with her Pretty Pretty Pegasus toys.
"Legs": Outside of Raven's focus on her legs, this would have been a "meh". Cyborg becoming evil by wearing Raven's cloak was funny, but what really impressed me was seeing the amount of fanservice the episode had with Raven's curvy legs, which is the main treat.
"Breakfast Cheese": Starfire persuades the Titans to fight with kindness. This episode was decent to show that plot, and Starfire's Peace and Love song was sweet to listen to.
"Waffles": Yes, Cyborg and Beast Boy were being stupid, but the Waffles songs are actually pretty good once you listen to the music. Other than that, the episode had some moments, especially with Brother Blood.
"Be Mine": The Valentine's episode was a decent comeback for Terra. It was also sweet to hear Beast Boy's song for Terra, but I do wish that Raven would just tell him about her feelings sooner, and the episode felt unfinished to me near the ending.
"Opposites": Now THIS is a Valentine's episode I prefer. I enjoyed Cyborg and Jinx's chemistry, and it was sweet to see how much they care about each other. My only nitpick is that it would have made more sense for this episode to be released before "Be Mine".
"Birds": I didn't think I was going to like this episode too much at first, but I surprisingly enjoyed it and found it humorous on how annoying the two mockingbirds were being to the Titans, especially "Robin".
"Brain Food": Beast Boy tries to make himself smarter, but instead makes the other Titans dumber. I could lazily say that this was a dumb episode, but it's pretty tolerable overall, and it was kinda funny seeing the Titans dumb down.
"In and Out": Robin loves the H.I.V.E.'s tower, and the other Titans catch along to it. I will admit it was pretty stupid for the H.I.V.E. to destroy their own place just so that the Titans could get out.
"Little Buddies": This episode was okay. Cyborg befriends the PainBot, just so he can have a little buddy, but not much happens from there aside from the Titans having their own little pals fight each other.
"Missing": It was pretty selfish of the guys to take Silkie away just to get reward money, but Killer Moth was pretty funny in this episode, and so was the Bubbles-sounding Silkie.
"Uncle Jokes": This episode was pretty fine for the most part, aside form Robin's bad jokes and him going crazy acting like the other Titans. The highlight of this episode was the Uncle Jokes song. Starfire in autotune just WORKS for me.
"Más y Menos": The episode focuses on those two characters, I never cared much for. But I did like some of this episode, even if Robin was acting too much like a self-centered jerk. Now THAT I can understand why the others would pick on him.
"Dreams": Each Titan has a unique dream in each a different art style. My favorite is Cyborg, and Robin's was indeed something unique considering they used clips from the original series.
"Grandma Voice": As weird as the premise is, and with Cyborg dressing like a grandmother, he really made me laugh with his grandma's voice. Also, the fight between him and Mother Mae-Eye also gave me laughs.
"Real Magic": Raven is not impressed with Robin's simple magic tricks, but seeing the Titans be amazed by them is pretty funny to see. It's a so-so episode, but I like it.
"Puppets Whaaaaat?" This episode was alright... again, I'm not fond of the Titans simply ignoring Robin, and it's sad to see Robin having to use puppets to relieve stress, but I will admit that the puppets are decently made and it was humorous seeing the Titans that way.
So after all of that, it turns out that there were more "meh" episodes than I thought there would be. And that being said, "Teen Titans Go!" is pretty much a decent show. There were episodes that were decent in both good and bad ways Could I do the same for Season 2? Maybe, but since the show is going to be the same, there's not much for me doing a review on the second season unless it does something REALLY worth watching.
I kinda liked doing this analysis review for this show. If you're interesting in seeing more, maybe I could do MLP:FIM like this. Just tell me what your thoughts on this is, and the episodes themselves!