It had so many good ideas and it basically did nothing with any of them and because of how it handled things, the episode didn't have the emotional impact it tried for and that I feel it could have had if they had only done something more with their ideas. Full Show Summary When Bumblebee can't remember what his current mission on Earth is, Windblade repairs his memory chips, enabling him to rediscover his past adventures on Cybertron. He tried to do a whole bunch of mundane things with it cause he thought it'd make him better at them and they all go horribly wrong. We've stopped running the Shoutbox due to your inactivity. To be honest, he also comes across like a jerk by how insensitive he seems to be to everything.
It's a shame because I really like this incarnation of Grimlock but that is also part of why I have to rank this episode so low. Transformers are born as teenagers and generally live a natural life of several million years if something doesn't kill them. Grimlock tries to save him but ends up ultimately loosing his grip on the pod and shortly after the ship, so he falls to Earth as well. Are you familiar with humor? He picks his crown back up, puts it on, sits on the command chair, and says with a smile that he forgets himself when he transforms. When his memories are being repaired, Bumblebee gets a clue that will lead both him and Windblade to complete their mission and save their friends, unaware that Megatron sent his Decepticon assassins to hunt them down.
Those don't feel clever and because he's always spouting references, constant, it never had a chance to be funny because it started out old. Transformers: Cyberverse Season 1 Episodes. We have very reasonable human needs. I guess The Flash accidentally ran so fast he shredded his clothes? But all or most of it was genuinely funny. Teletraan-1 then sent out Teletraan-X to go after them. Depending on when Grimlock went offline, he might have had to watch his friends die a slow death from starvation. Stay out of the sun or melt into a pile of gross slop.
A video then plays with Grimlock in robot mode leaving a message for the future about the asteroid, with him and his friends a number of dinosaurs, including a triceratops, raptor, some sort of sauropod, and a tiny spinosaurus ala Undermine showing bravado in the face of what is going to happen. We've noticed that you've been inactive for over 30 minute s. There's not being able to read the room and there's just not caring and he seems to fall in the latter camp. Eventually Teletraan-X calms him down with a song, and they bring him back to the station. Windblade and Bee uncover a buried Autobot who turns out to be an old friend. I think it'd have been much better if this episode was set almost entirely in the past from when Grimlock falls towards the Earth: we see him land, see him deal with the situation, make friends, build the base and deal with the impending doom of all of his friends and potentially himself.
They struggle to break the news to him that the dinosaurs were wiped out by the asteroid. I did like the beginning a lot, though; the stuff on Krypton and in Smallville. Its just arrogant laziness to know you're spelling a word incorrectly and not correct yourself or ignore the advice when people do tell you how to spell a word correctly. I don't know if Megatron is even with the Armada but I reckon he'd wanna secure the AllSpark personally. Because honestly they don't seem particularly funny. He starts typing on a bunch of panels, eventually accepting what happened to the dinosaurs and tossing his crown aside in dismay.
Now, I can like jerk characters - I liked Sentinel Prime - but those characters usually have enjoyable or funny dialogue or is the victim of slapstick jokes while Bumblebee is a character whose dialogue is entirely in references. I briefly thought that it was odd he wouldn't be able to construct some means of growing plants and producing meat since he and his friends had constructed a high-tech facility but then I remembered that larger dinosaurs required a significant and constant supply of sustenance so that probably wasn't an option. It feels like this episode tried to center itself around something it hadn't actually build up: we have no emotional connection to Grimlock, his friends or what happened to them because we never saw them. Our needs include freedom from abuse, violence, and mistreatment, the right to autonomy and self-direction, the right to represent ourselves, equal opportunity for education and employment, the right to accommodation, and societal inclusion and acceptance. No, we don't all know everything but we should spread and share that what we do know.
Boy there are a worrying amount of parties which sound like fascists. Is it a comedy of errors played out through one scene or an entire montage of different scenes? Get the scoop on all the popular comics, games, movies, toys, and more every day! Inside is a base he built meant to resemble the bridge on the Ark. There's just here's a line that vaguely relates to what's going on but which deliver doesn't match the tone of the scene at all. I'll just be very blunt: this episode feels like wasted potential incarnate. .
It'd have allowed us to actually spend time with Grimlock as a character. All content sourced by fans, online websites, and or other fan community sources. By morning they get to a mountain which Grimlock starts trying to dig through and slam into. We do our best to keep tabs on infringements. If you are back again, please click the I'm Back button below.