For the article about the NES port of the 1989 arcade game, see Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Arcade Game.
Following the Shredder's defeat at the hands of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, the four live with their news reporter friend April O'Neil while they look for a new home, afraid the Foot will attack them if they return to the sewer.
The Turtles meet with the Foot and successfully administer some portion of the anti-mutagen to Tokka and Rahzar by concealing it in donuts, but are discovered and another fight ensues.
The abandoned subway station, which serves as the new lair for the Turtles, is based on real-world decommissioned New York subway City Hall Station, of the former Interborough Rapid Transit company. Like with its predecessor, the second Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles installment was censored in the UK due to usage of forbidden weapons (the nunchuku). The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise was arguably at the height of its popularity around the time that The Secret of the Ooze was released in theatres.
Playmates Toys released action figures of the new characters of Tokka, Rahzar and Super Shredder and were available for purchase around the time of the film's release. The Turtles franchise had by now also immersed itself into the food industry, with characters from the franchise appearing on numerous food products. On ABC Family, on 5 May 2007 marked the first time the movie was on TV since August 2000, last aired on USA Network. The film was released to DVD in Region 1 on 3 September 2002; it contained only minor special features and interactive menus. On 4 August 2009, the film was included in a special 25th-anniversary boxset (now out of print), and released to both DVD and Blu-ray formats soon after.
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Roughly resuming from the events of the last film, the villain, Shredder, returns to take back command of the Foot Clan, and work towards getting revenge on the Turtles.
It departed from the darker feelings of the original film in favor of a more light-hearted feel.
On a night out they encounter a pizza delivery boy named Keno fighting a band of robbers and intervene on his behalf. The Turtles infiltrate the TGRI laboratory seeking answers, but discover the Foot have kidnapped Perry, and after a skirmish the Foot escapes with the last canister of the ooze before Perry had a chance to dispose of it.

The fight spills into a nightclub, where the club's singer Vanilla Ice improvises a rap song to prevent a panic by creating the impression that the fight is part of his act. Both the voices of Michelangelo and Leonardo reprised their roles in the second film, whereas Corey Feldman did not voice Donatello in the second movie. However, Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird were not in favor of it, so Rahzar and Tokka were created. A number of tie-ins were brought out alongside the release of the film including toys, posters, luchboxes, trading cards, t-shirts and books.
On 28 February 2008, Logan from Loogan's Channel announced that a marathon called The Green Teen Leen Mean Fighting Machines Marathon will be placed. It contains Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III, and 2007's animated release, TMNT. When he learns the secret behind the Turtles's mutation, he becomes more dangerous than ever. Nevertheless the film was still very popular, and it was the 12th highest grossing movie worldwide in 1991. Meanwhile, the Foot Clan have retreated to a large junkyard, where the Shredder's second in command, Tatsu, declares himself their leader. The Shredder forces Perry to expose an alligator snapping turtle and a wolf to the ooze, transforming them into Tokka and Rahzar.
With advice from Perry, the Turtles spray fire extinguishers into Tokka and Razhar's mouths, the carbon dioxide speeding up the anti-mutagen and reverting the two monsters back to their natural forms. Also, a different actress had been hand-picked for the role of April O'Neil, with Paige Turco replacing Judith Hoag from the first film. Trains currently pass through the station daily as they connect to another station, but passengers are not allowed to ride through it. The German version was not censored visually; however, funny cartoon sound effects to soften the violence were added to the fight scenes (as already with the first film).
The series contained toys of all four turtles plus Splinter and a Foot Soldier in authentic movie stylings. The film sheds some light on the origins of Splinter and the Turtles, as well as introduces two new villains: Tokka and Rahzar. However, he relinquishes command when the Shredder returns, having survived his encounter with the Turtles and Splinter and now desiring revenge. Though the Shredder is irritated when they act as infants and consider him their "mother", due to Perry secretly modifying the ooze, the Shredder is impressed with their immense strength and sends them to attack the city. After the Turtles take care of the Foot and Tatsu, the Shredder arrives and takes a woman hostage, revealing he still possesses the ooze. In contrast to the usual Turtles' figures, these figures had a "real rubbery reptilian feel" to them from the soft pvc plastics used, to better reflect the look of the animatronic costumes used in the films. April interviews Professor Jordan Perry, head scientist of an industrial organization called Techno Global Research Industries (TGRI), on their efforts to neutralize pollutants that have resulted from their experiments.

Meanwhile Keno and Raphael infiltrate the Foot by having Keno pose as a new recruit, and the other three Turtles discover a new lair in an abandoned subway station. Keno arrives and kicks the canister out of his hands, which is recovered by Perry, but the Shredder retains a small vial of the ooze. They also featured ball joints at the neck, shoulders, and hips adding a better range of motion. They instead fight bare-fisted for much of the film as part of an attempt to tone down the violence of the previous movie.
A member of April's camera crew that is a spy for the Foot discovers that toxic waste produced by the company has caused a mutation in nearby dandelion plants, producing exponential growth. With Keno's assistance, Raph successfully infiltrates the Foot headquarters, but is captured by the Shredder.
Using a sound amplifier to magnify a keytar, the Shredder is blasted through a wall onto the docks outside. This makes it the first movie dedicated to Henson, the second being The Muppet Christmas Carol.
Splinter, seeing the report on television, shows the Turtles and April the canister of the "ooze" that caused their mutation, revealing it was manufactured by TGRI.
Keno escapes to inform the others, but the group is led into a trap and are pitted against Tokka and Rahzar. The Turtles follow and find Shredder mutated into a "Super Shredder", having consumed the vial of ooze.
This is the first TMNT film to include a dedication, the second would be TMNT which was dedicated to the late Mako. The Turtles are overwhelmed by their brute strength, but manage to escape into a manhole that the larger mutants cannot fit through, successfully rescuing Perry in the process.
The Shredder overpowers the Turtles, but his rampant destruction of the dock's supports causes it to collapse on top of them, crushing him while the Turtles dive to safety in the water. Talking with Perry, Donatello is depressed to learn that the ooze was created in a lab accident rather than anything else, but Splinter assures him that he cannot judge his worth based on his origins. The Turtles return to their lair triumphant, but are confronted by Splinter with a newspaper showing a picture of them fighting at the club on the front page, violating the sacred ninja code of invisibility. Upon learning that the Shredder intends to release Tokka and Rahzar into populated areas unless the Turtles confront them, Perry develops an antidote to counteract the ooze's effects and transform them back into normal animals. As punishment, the Turtles are forced to do flips, Splinter quoting Vanilla Ice's rap and laughing as they begin.

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