|Let's Do the Time War Again|
|Original broadcast||November 5, 2014|
|Series||Ben 10: Omniverse|
|Written by|| Kevin Rubio|
|Directed by||Jae Woo Kim|
|Previous episode||Stuck on You|
|Next episode||Secret of Dos Santos|
Let's Do the Time War Again is the seventy-third episode of Ben 10: Omniverse.
Rook Blonko picks up Ben Tennyson from Undertown after he wrecks his Tenn-Speed doing tricks. A car accident leads the two Plumbers to crash in the nearby ditch where their vehicles are further wrecked by Exo-Skull tearing through them and into the wall behind them. In the process, an assortment of time beast eggs are revealed.
Ben turns into Feedback and Skurd produces a pair of Wildvine whips to fight Subdora, while Rook fights Exo-Skull. In the commotion, a Time Beast with the ability to age whatever it touches to dust appears and makes its way to the surface. Ignoring the two criminals, Feedback and Rook chase the beast to the surface where Feedback's electrical powers collide with the Time Beast's time powers. This leads to all of Bellwood being frozen in time.
Professor Paradox and Ben 10,000 arrive, realizing what has happened and reverse time back to the crash. Eon explains to Exo-Skull and Subdora that a nest of Time Beast eggs is hidden in the wall and assigns the two criminals to break it open and steal them. With the two Plumbers' accidental intervention, Eon is forced to modify his plans using his time powers to hatch one of the eggs into a full grown Time Beast.
Paradox and Ben 10,000 arrive on scene, assigning Ben and Rook to go after the Time Beast while they deal with the three villains. Eon and Paradox fight while Ben 10,000 makes use of Crashocker to fight off the two criminals. After Eon flees and the two lackeys are rendered unconscious, Paradox assigns Ben 10,000 the task of using UpRigg to build something useful out of the two destroyed vehicles.
Meanwhile, Ben and Rook once again follow the Time Beast to the surface, with Ben making use of Gravattack and Skurd creating the 'Bloxx Lobber' to shoot at her. The colliding time and gravity powers trigger a chain reaction that destroys the city. Paradox and Ben 10,000 arrive just in time on the newly built Time Cycles to save them by bringing them back to the time of the crash.
There, Paradox and the past and future Ben and Rook try to subdue Eon and the two criminals, though he still manages to hatch a Time Beast. The future Ben and Rook take the Time Cycles and go after the Beast while the past Ben and Rook fight Subdora and Exo-Skull. Meanwhile, Paradox and Ben 10,000 as Big Chuck fight Eon and his minions. The fight ends in a draw with Eon getting away with two eggs and the criminals.
Ben and Rook trap the Time Beast in nets and revert her back into an egg using the Time Cycles. Paradox and the others reunite, with Paradox stating that he has to take the past Ben and Rook back in time to 'close the loop' and take the place of the now current Ben and Rook as well as build the Time Cycles, which the two Plumbers keep. Meanwhile, Eon delivers the eggs to Maltruant, stating that he almost has everything he needs to complete his plot.
- Big Chuck, Crashocker, and UpRigg make their debuts.
- The Time Beasts make their debut.
- Eon retrieves two Time Beast eggs for Maltruant.
- The Proto-TRUK and Tenn-Speed are destroyed and turned into the Time Cycles by UpRigg.
- Ben Tennyson
- Rook Blonko
- Ben 10,000
- Professor Paradox
- Toby Monitor
- Alien Kid (cameo)
- Tentacle Vendor (cameo)
- ML-E (cameo)
- N-8 (cameo)
- Gil Steptoe (cameo)
- Slim-Worst (cameo)
- Pink-Worst (cameo)
- Thunderpig (cameo)
- Hooded Alien (cameo)
- Psyphon's Minion (cameo)
- Piscciss Volann Prisoner (cameo)
- Bug-Lite (cameo)
- Lillimusha DiForestini (cameo)
- Alton Alabaster (first appearance; cameo)
By Ben 10,000
Naming and Translations
|Hungarian||Kezdjük újra az időháborút!||Let's Start the Time War Again!|
- The title of this episode is a reference to the song Time Warp from The Rocky Horror Picture Show, in which one of the lines in the song is "Let's do the time warp again!"
- Skurd telling Ben to "Whip it; whip it good" with Wildvine's vines refers to the song Whip It by new wave band Devo.
- Before transforming into Eatle, Ben transformed into aliens he never knew he had while off-screen.
- Ben 10,000 speaks fondly to Skurd, telling him "It's been ages". He also starts to thank him for something, but Professor Paradox silences him.
- The title of this episode is a direct reference to The Time Warp, a dance done in The Rocky Horror Picture Show in which one of the lines frequently repeated from the songs is "Let's do the time warp again."