He is the spiritual life force of the Teen Titans ' most favored piece of furniture, the couch. He is voiced by Khary Payton. The Couch Spirit entered the episode when Robin " became one with the couch " in an attempt to relax. Robin thinks he cannot truly relax because he's the leader and must stay vigilant, but the Couch Spirit knows this is not the reason why. The Couch Spirit informs Robin that there's a real reason that he can't truly relax, but he must figure it out for himself. He disappears when Robin looks away after hearing a communicator beep.
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Ethan Couch, whose trial for killing four people while driving drunk sparked widespread conversations about the privilege of being raised wealthy, was released from a Texas jail on Monday after nearly two years. He attracted further attention when he and his mother, Tonya Couch, fled to Mexico in an effort to evade possible jail time. He served his day sentence in a jail in Tarrant County, and was freed about a week before his 21st birthday. He himself did not say anything. WFAA pic. Couch, 50, had been freed on bond while awaiting trial on a felony charge of hindering apprehension.
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By Tom Steele. Couch, now 22, tested positive for THC, the main psychoactive compound in marijuana, court documents show. No bail was set, and a judge said he should remain behind bars until a motion to revoke his probation is filed. He was released from the Tarrant County jail April 2, — two days before his 21st birthday. As part of the conditions of his release, he was required to wear a substance-abuse test patch.
Ethan Couch , the Texas man known for claiming "affluenza" as part of his defense in a fatal DUI crash , will undergo additional testing to prove that he did not violate his parole, his lawyers said Friday. Couch, 22, had been on probation since being released from jail in April after serving days for earlier violating his probation in connection with a drunken-driving accident that killed four people and injured several others. He was back in Tarrant County Jail on Thursday after he tested positive for THC in a mandatory drug screening that was part of his probation, court documents showed.