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BeBop

Character

Bebop (voiced by Barry Gordon in most appearances, Greg Berg in some 1989 episodes) was introduced in the series as part of a human street gang in New York City that was employed by Shredder. Bebop was a tall African American man with a purple mohawk. With the other members of their gang, they were sent out to stop a Channel 6 reporter named April O'Neil from doing a report about crime in the city. April ran down into the sewers while being chased by the street gang and met the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, who then defeated the gang in a fight.

After this humiliating setback, The Shredder developed a plan to defeat the Turtles by mutating members of the street gang that Rocksteady and Bebop are a part of so that they would have abilities greater than the Turtles'. Rocksteady and Bebop both volunteered to undergo the procedure (though neither was particularly aware of what it would entail) first with the promise that it would allow them to exact revenge on the Turtles. As the result of being brought into contact with a common warthog that Shredder had abducted from the zoo, Bebop mutated into a humanoid mutant warthog.

Bebop (voiced by Barry Gordon in most appearances, Greg Berg in some 1989 episodes) was introduced in the series as part of a human street gang in New York City that was employed by Shredder. Bebop was a tall African American man with a purple mohawk. With the other members of their gang, they were sent out to stop a Channel 6 reporter named April O'Neil from doing a report about crime in the city. April ran down into the sewers while being chased by the street gang and met the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, who then defeated the gang in a fight.

After this humiliating setback, The Shredder developed a plan to defeat the Turtles by mutating members of the street gang that Rocksteady and Bebop are a part of so that they would have abilities greater than the Turtles'. Rocksteady and Bebop both volunteered to undergo the procedure (though neither was particularly aware of what it would entail) first with the promise that it would allow them to exact revenge on the Turtles. As the result of being brought into contact with a common warthog that Shredder had abducted from the zoo, Bebop mutated into a humanoid mutant warthog.

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