Steeljaw just wanted to start a mutual-aid commune for persecuted Decepticons, but nooooo, some inter-planar evil needs him to open a portal so he can conquer the universe! Can the Autobots stop him before he releases “The First Deception” from whatever Decepti-Hell he’s been banished to? Will having a thicc Optimus Prime along help? Oh no, why is Megatronus sexy? And why is Micronus in charge of combat training, he’s tiny! Join us this week for the first part of the Robots in Disguise (2015) season 1 finale, “Battlegrounds Part 1”!
When his team starts getting nostalgic for their favorite Cybertronian vacation spots, Bumblebee decides to take them on a field trip to see some exciting-to-him Earth sights! But the ghost town they check out isn’t quite as abandoned as they expected — it’s home to the creepy Deception shape-shifter Pseudo! Can they figure out who’s the real… everyone before he gets away? Why is Fixit so fixated on lizards? And what are some traditional Cybertronian ways to sniff out an impostor? Join us this week for “Ghosts and Impostors”!
There’s a new bot in town, and she’s on a mission from Primus! But not everyone on Team Bee is as impressed with Windblade as she is with herself — and they’re going to have to get used to working with her fast, because the Decepticon queen bee Zizza has taken over the airport! Can they stop fighting each other long enough to stop her? What exciting Earth animal facts will we learn? How fun is it to say “bee”? Join us this week for “The Buzz on Windblade”!
After Grimlock runs into another Dinobot and they bond over tearing up a demolition site, he’s hesitant to turn him in to the other Autobots. But Scowl isn’t interested in going straight like Grimlock — he just wants to smash stuff! Can they stop him before he hurts any humans? Can Denny make Russell a part of the scrapyard to call his own without covering it in shag carpeting? And just what’s the deal with Crown City’s mass transit, anyway? Join us this week for “Similarly Different”!
Steeljaw’s pack returns with a plan to shut the Autobots out of the scrapyard while they free all the captured Decepticons! But can he keep his rag-tag team in line long enough to pull off the heist? Can Bumblebee get his own team to work together well enough to stop them? And where did Denny find someone selling a roller coaster? Join us this week for “Lockout”!
When Sideswipe finds Fixit completely immobilized by his vocal tic, the Autobots decide to try to repair their Mini-Con friend. But some crossed wires active a forgotten prison guard mode, turning little Fixit into a merciless weapon who’s convinced Team Bee are Decepticon fugitives! Can they get the old Fixit back before he destroys the scrapyard? Where did he get all these weapons anyway? What returning Decepticon threatens to make the situation even worse? And should we call him something like Breakit or Killit now? Join us this week for “The Trouble with Fixit”!
It’s SUNDAY SUNDAY SUNDAY and where better for Decepticon brawler Groundpounder to find some action than the Crown City RUMBLEDOME! But when all the “adults” on the Bee Team get sidelined by an unreliable GroundBridge, can Grimlock and Denny stop Groundpounder and his buddy Headlock before they blow everyone’s cover? How many terrible dinosaur-vehicle pun names did the Rumbledome regulars come up with? And how does Denny even survive all this? Join us this week for “The Champ”!
The Bee Team tracks the Decepticon Octopunch to a crashed Cybertronian spaceship under the sea! Can they stop him before it lifts off — or will the injury that Grimlock is hiding scuttle the mission? But why did our Fixit think it was a good idea to open a GroundBridge under the sea? Are we just accepting crashed Cybertronian ships as a normal part of Earth’s landscape now? And why does it have a swarm of evil Fixits on board? Join us this week for some “Deep Trouble”!
Drift’s Mini-Con student Jetstorm has run away from home — and he wants Commander Russell to be his new teacher! But what did he do that was so bad he felt he had to leave? And what about those Decepticons he accidentally let out of their stasis pods when he crash-landed in the junkyard? Can Drift himself help with the Decepticon situation, or will his arrival only make things worse? And why does the US military have that ridiculous Megatron-looking tank? Join us this week for “One of Our Mini-Cons Is Missing”!
The Decepticon scientist Vertebreak has set up a lab in Crown City’s subway tunnels! But when Sideswipe runs ahead of the rest of the Bee Team to catch him, he discovers this scientist has a freaky gimmick — when he transplants his own head onto Sideswipe’s body! Wait, didn’t we see this back in Animated? When did Crown City get this fancy shinkansen-looking subway? And wait, is this a Cybertronian scientist who actually takes notes!? Join us this week for “Some Body, Any Body”!