After the other Titans are turned into collectibles and disappear, Robin must search yard sales and stores to find them.
- Wonder Woman
- Green Lantern
- The Flash
- Some Random Weirdo
- Knockoff Raven
- Terra (as a toy only)
- Sticky Joe (as a toy only)
- Santa Claus (as a toy only)
- Monsieur Mallah (as a toy only)
- B'wana Beast (as a toy only)
- Jinx (as a toy only)
- Rose Wilson (as a toy only)
- George Washington (as a toy only)
- Trigon (as a toy only)
- Mammoth (as a toy only)
- See-More (as a toy only)
- Bumblebee (as a toy only)
- Beat Box (as a toy only)
- Christopher J. Sacco
- This episode might be considered as an indirect promotion for the two games Teeny Titans and Teen Titans Go Figure!
- Terra, Sticky Joe, Santa Claus, Monsieur Mallah, B'wana Beast, Jinx, Rose Wilson, George Washington, Raven, Beast Boy, Starfire, Cyborg, Muscle, Trigon, Mammoth, See-More, Bumblebee, Beat Box, Knockoff Raven, Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, and The Flash all make appearances as action figures in this episode.
- This is the second episode to use the crying sound of Baby Kate from Arthur. The first one being "Teen Titans Save Christmas".
- Bumblebee's action figure depicts her with her old appearance (with saturated lips and no earrings), as opposed to her new appearance she had, while she was on the team.
- Raven is the only Titan who wasn't shown in her normal form after the Toy Master exploded.
- Though fortunately she could have reverted back to normal off screen.
- The shameful service charges of online shopping have been jabbed in this episode.
- Christopher J. Sacco who first debuted in "The Self-Indulgent 200th Episode Spectacular!" appeared in this episode to challenge Robin with Starfire as his figurine.
- Starfire and Cyborg acting like little kids again is a throw back to the episodes "Hose Water" and "Booby Trap House".
- Wonder Woman's relation with yogurt from "Two Parter" is being mentioned again.
- The whole episode is a reference to the two games Teeny Titans and Teen Titans Go Figure!.
- The title itself seems to reference Pokémon's now outdated catchphrase "Gotta Catch 'em All" plus the battling.
- This episode might be a reference to Team Umizoomi's "Milli Saves The Day".
Robin being obsessed with collecting all the figures.
The transcript for "Collect Them All" can be viewed here.
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