I usually don't watch TTG, but this was an exception. I wanted to see how it compared to 'Nevermore.' I wasn't that impressed. However, it did have a few moments. Like BB's counting, for example. And the fact that the purple Raven did nothing but kiss Beast Boy for days on end. (And the fact that he just sat there grinning the whole time.)
And just as Rob/Star had their fairytale moment in Trouble in Tokyo with the famous boat ride scene, BB/Rae their fairytale in the old show as well, as season 3 episode The Beast Within merged animal documentaries (ex: the overprotectively feral nature of males in the wild regarding potential mates), werewolf legend (ex: the one attacked by the transformed becomes one of them themselves, whilst the transformed doesn't recall anything while in their transformed state and ends up targeting their loved ones [the only thing missing is the old gyspy lady and the pentagram symbol symbolizing the curse]), and the "tale as old as time" fable of Beauty & the Beast (since Beast Boy now has a literal Beast inside of him to tame--no different than Raven's own demonic rage--and Raven's overall personality is that of the quiet, independant bookworm type presented in the Disney telling of the story, complete with leacherous Adonis serving in the narcisstic, he-man role, per Jaques in the Perault version or Gaston in the Disney version; An added bonus: Greg Cipes voices both Beast Boy and Adonis, so he's basically fighting himself in this episode!), thus making it one of the original show's key BB/Rae-centric episodes that, no doubt, helped steer TTG in a BB/Rae-heavy direction, as did the 2003-2011 comics that made them canon or the comics based on the old show that also suggested "something there that wasn't there before" (ex: Affection--now called Passion--flirting with Beast Boy in issue #42, Pieces of Me).