Raven succumbs to pressure to use her magic to solve problems around the Tower, but becomes more and more evil with each spell, leading her to change not only the Titans, but the entire world. The episode starts out with Robin sleep fighting, dreaming he is battling villains to save Starfire , but in reality he is waking up all the other Titans by whacking them in the head with his staff. Beast Boy wakes up early and tries to trick Robin into thinking he is in the cardboard box, but in reality he is laying on the top of a scratching post. Robin still manages to get him, destroying the scratching post in the process. He then starts hitting the other Titans, including Starfire, who is annoyed. It is finally morning when Robin awakens, he enters the kitchen and greets the other Titans by asking them how they slept.
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But as a cultural and sociological statement, it is very interesting. I first encountered these intriguing attitudes to sleep during my first stay in Japan in the late s. At that time Japan was at the peak of what became known as the Bubble Economy, a phase of extraordinary speculative boom. Daily life was correspondingly hectic. Japanese businessman! I found this attitude contradictory. Women, men and children apparently had little inhibition about falling asleep when and wherever they felt like doing so.
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Last Updated: December 28, References. This article was co-authored by Alex Dimitriu, MD. Professionally, Alex has dual board certification in psychiatry and sleep medicine. There are 17 references cited in this article, which can be found at the bottom of the page.