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Kids React to New, Old ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ [Video]

Oh man, it’s another Fine Bros. Production!

These ‘Kids React’ videos are starting to get pretty personal on my end! First these kids attack one of my favorite video game consoles, and now they are attacking my Saturday morning cartoons! This time, it’s “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.”

On the other hand, they’re just kids.

Check out the video below as the kids watch the legendary intro to the old school “TMNT” cartoon show.

C’mon, we all know the theme song, right?

In the video though, it isn’t that the kids are ripping into the old TV show, as much as they into the new Michael Bay version of “TMNT!”

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