Wally T was first befriended by Beast Boy and Cyborg. One day Wally T, Beast Boy and Cyborg were playing video games in the living room of Titans Tower when questioned by Robin. Beast Boy and Cyborg proudly introduced Wally T to their leader and tells him that he is a fan of theirs. Robin gets doubts and asks Wally T if he prefered the Teen Titans Go! Titans or the original 2003-2006 Titans. Wally T points to the poster of the original Titans. Robin groans and then asks him if he thinks they are garbage. Wally T doesn't necessarily answer but Robin took it as a good enough reason to be sure if he was a fan. In the kitchen he is noticed by Starfire and Raven. Raven asks who was Wally T. The male Titans introduced Wally T as their biggest fan. Starfire and Raven become excited and they both started making kitty growling sounds at him. Later Raven explains how Wally T could give them strength due to being a fan. In battle Wally T's power for the Titans was a success. The power gave the Titans a easy defeat of numerous villains. Soon later after the disappearance of Wally T, the Titans were losing in battle against Gizmo and his robot army. Just as they thought it was the end, unexpectedly Wally T comes to their rescue. Immediately Wally T gives each and every Titan power strength and they took down Gizmo and saves Jump City from his destruction. After the battle the Titans were pleased to see Wally T. Raven runs up to him gives him a thank you kiss on the cheek and he blushes. At the end Robin and the other Titans sung Wally T a touching song in honor of him saving them and being their biggest fan.
Wally T is a boy with reddish, light-brown hair and glasses. He has forest green eyes, a green shirt, and khaki shorts. He also wears brown sandals.
Powers and Abilities
For being a fan of the Teen Titans, Wally T gives each and every member of the Titans strengthing powers.
- Fan Power: Wally T has the power to give the Titans strength and dominant superpowers.
- Flight: Wally T can fly.
- Wally T (debut)
- Wally T's cartoon appearance is similar to Sherman from the 2014 animated film Mr. Peabody and Sherman.
- Wally T is an actual child from the Make-a-Wish Foundation named William Walter Thompson who really loves the show and who also voiced himself in the episode "Wally T". However, in the final version, Tara Strong provided his voice.