A scuttling snitch named Clampdown leads the Bee Team into a confrontation with Steeljaw’s Decepticons! Can they manage a rematch between Steeljaw, Thunderhoof, Underbite, and Fracture — all at the same time? What terrible secret is Strongarm hiding? What A-List voice actor plays our crabby Decepticon of the Week? And is Steeljaw capable of not being sexy for, like, two minutes? Join us this week as we tally up another entry for the wiki’s disambiguation page for “Sideways”!
The Bee Team faces not one, but FOUR Skunkticons who have holed up in the conveniently-automated dam! What does any of this have to do with Optimus Prime being hassled by one of the Thirteen in the afterlife? And how many actors from Agents of SHIELD can we fit in an episode? Join us this week for “Out of Focus”!
A pair of bounty hunters shows up looking to bring Bumblebee back to Cybertron — and they’ve each brought some adorable little Mini-Con friends along! Can Bee convince the Autobot bounty hunter that he’s not as bad as the council says he is? What longstanding tradition of the Transformers franchise does Denny suddenly have a problem with? And why is this Drift such an asshole? Join us this week for “Hunting Season”!
While trying to capture the Decepticon anarchist Quillfire, Bumblebee gets hit with one of his neurotoxin quills, and suddenly the Team Adult isn’t such an adult! Can the rest of the team pull together enough to catch the Decepticon AND deal with a prank-pulling, focus-deprived leader? Doesn’t this raise A LOT of questions about Cybertronian life cycles? And is Quillfire really wrong, though? Join us this week for “Adventures in Bumblebee-Sitting!”
Special Guest Star Jazz shows up just in time to help the Autobots deal with a scavenging Decepticon named Ped whose tunneling threatens to destroy Crown City! Will he be enough to even the odds — and to get Sideswipe to behave? How do Bumblebee and Jazz even know each other in this continuity, anyway? How much slapstick abuse can Fixit’s tiny body take? And how many special guest voices can we get in a single episode? Join us this week for “Can You Dig It?”!
Strongarm is supposed to be on her first solo mission — but Bumblebee can’t help following along to make sure she’s all right. But when they run into the Decepticon Springload in the jungle obsessively hunting for the lost city of Doradus, will Bee be able to trust her long enough to get the job done? Can Russell and the other Autobots keep Denny and Fixit from murdering each other? Would a Fountain of Energon just be like a giant fondue pot? Or more like a fountain of blood? Join us this week for a “Rumble in the Jungle”!
Grimlock’s turned on the Autobots and run off with Underbite’s stasis pod to give to Steeljaw! But has Grimlock really betrayed them — and if he hasn’t, who’s going to believe him? What’s the labor market in Crown City like if literally every piece of important infrastructure is completely automated? Why is Steeljaw so sexy? And can we stop singing Cyndi Lauper for long enough to talk about it? Join us this week for “True Colors”!
The Corvicon Filch wants to steal all the shiny things Crown City has to offer — no matter how architecturally important they are! Meanwhile, Russell and Fixit have their hands full with a reality-TV frenemy of Denny’s who’s not above trespassing to get a look at Denny’s collection! Can the Autobots stop Filch before she causes any human casualties? Can Fixit figure out how a television appearance could induce stellar fusion? And how awesomely is Grimlock holding up? Join us this week for “Collect ‘Em All”!
A run-in with a local cryptid in the woods near Crown City has convinced some local humans that they must do whatever the massive, antlered Kospego commands — but why does that elk-creature sound like Frank Stallone? Is Thunderhoof even pretending to be a cryptid, or is he just ordering the native life around? Can Sideswipe be a useful member of the team long enough not to sabotage the whole operation to catch him? And what IS that accent anyway? Join us this week as we do “As the Kospego Commands!”
Bumblebee knows he’s not the leader Optimus Prime was, and it feels like his team’s antics are constantly reminding him of that. So as they go on a mission to retrieve a stasis pod that’s been found by a local museum, he asks himself, “What would
Sky Lynx Optimus Prime do?” Are big, dramatic speeches what he needs to turn his team into a cohesive fighting unit? Is he being too hard on himself? Is Terrashock the Buffaloid going to wreck the museum and blow their cover before he can figure it out? Or will McPlank save the day? Join us this week as we ask ourselves, “W.W.O.D.?”