The Lad Pioneers are having a Friends and Family Day nature hike, but nature isn’t the only danger when the keys to their magnetic buddy bracelets get broken! Could things get any worse? How about we add some large and/or poisonous exotic snakes to the mix! Can Dani and Kade put aside their differences to catch them? Can the hikers make it to the EMP zone to get their bracelets off? Why is Mrs. Neederlander even on this trip!? Join us this week for a Nature Trail to Hell in “Buddy System”!
Mayor Luskey decides it’s time to replace the town’s aging central computer with an exciting new model called Vigil. But when Vigil decides the safest thing for the people of Griffin Rock is its own totalitarian control, can the Burns family and the Rescue Bots stop it? Who even made this thing? How is this not a supervillain plot? Why are they importing terrible ideas!? Join us this week for “The Vigilant Town”!
The Rescue Bots learn about the Island of Misfit Tech, where Doc Greene sends malfunctioning machines that are too large for the Best Left Forgotten room. But when Cody gets sent there by accident, it’s up to Heatwave to save him! Or will Cody be doing the saving? How was any of this ever a good idea? And wait, there’s an original song by WHO in this one? Join us this week for “The Island of Misfit Tech”!
Professor Baranova’s new space elevator, the Asgard, is all ready for its first trip with Graham Burns and Doc Greene on board! What could possibly go wrong? Everything, you say? And why would anyone even go into space? Space is TERRIFYING! So take a deep breath, zip on your space suit, and join us this week for “Space Bots”!
The Superhuman Samurai Syber Pod returns for SSSS.Dynazenon! After totally normal high school boy Yomogi gives some weird starving punk hobo his Special Dog, the strange man called Gauma won’t leave him alone — which is going to complicate his attempts to befriend/date his melancholy classmate Yume. Meanwhile, slacker teen Chise tries to get her NEET cousin/guardian Koyomi to join her in wandering the city to gawk at some strange phenomena she saw on the news. But when their paths all cross at night, nobody is expecting a kaiju attack — except Gauma, who declares himself a “Kaiju User” and summons a giant robot to fight it! Join us this week as we return to the world of Hyper Agent Gridman with SSSS.Dynazenon episode 1, “What Is a Kaiju User?”!
The Burns family, their uncle Woodrow, the Rescue Bots, and even Optimus Prime are all trapped underground! Can they work together to find a way out? Wait, was that a DINOSAUR? Yes, we KNOW pterodactyls aren’t technically dinosaurs. Sheesh. And what Ill-Advised Science from all the way back at the start of season 1 will be their ticket home? Join us this week for “What Rises Above”!
Chief Burns’ brother Woodrow drops by for a visit — and he’s looking for signs of aliens underneath Griffin Rock! So who’s gonna tell him? What special guest star is providing his voice? And can common sense stop him from dragging the whole family and their robot buddies into trouble? Join us this week for the first part of the mid-season two-parter, “What Lies Below”!
Cody is convinced he’s seen the Sasquatch-like Maine Ridge Monster, but no one believes him — not even Huxley Prescott! Can he find proof before the monster does too much damage? Does the creature’s sudden appearance have anything to do with the strangely addictive canned meat product Mayor Luskey’s been selling? Why is Cody so morally judgemental about monsters? But seriously, why would you even eat that stuff? Join us this week for “Feed the Beast”!
Some well-meaning teasing from his siblings has brought back Kade’s childhood nightmares of mischievous, destructive gremlins! Can Doc Greene’s Nightmare Imaging Device help, or will turning Kade’s imaginary critters into real energy constructs somehow go terribly wrong? Do we even need to ask that? Join us this week for “Blame the Gremlins”!
Against the better judgement of everyone involved, the mayor agrees to let Griffin Rock’s favorite (only?) news reporter, Huxley Prescott, make a reality show about the Rescue Bots! But when it turns out that day-to-day rescuing isn’t quite TV material, Huxley decides to get creative! How will his scheming for some drama inevitably backfire? Which bot really, really wants to be on TV? And how good is that town gonna smell after burning all that syrup? Join us this week for “Prescott’s Bots”!