The news post today says that "Once again, Cartoon Network and Turner Broadcasting have succeeded in leaking another upcoming episode of Transformers Animated". Why would they be doing this? Isn't it just hurting them? My conspiracy theory: When the decision to cancel TFA was first made, both Hasbro and CN agreed, Hasbro thinking it was a waste of cash and Cartoon Network thinking it would free up space for their new live-action programming . Hasbro, after seeing the apparent success of Transwarped (I think Wyatt said that the rating were very good) and the fan support, decided to reconsider canceling the show permanently, perhaps just putting it on hiatus. CN doesn't want this happen for whatever reason, and tries to kill the show by any means necessary. Now, in my limited understanding of the matters, there are three ways to kill a show: a bad time slot, put better things on the air, or make the show easier to access. Since one wasn't working (we had proven that we are crazy and dedicated enough to wake up at 8 A.M. to watch a cartoon) and two is impossible for Cartoon Network to accomplish, they moved on to door #3: preying upon our hobby. How many of us can honestly say we haven't watched the leaked episodes? I shamefully admit that I couldn't resist. But I know I won't watch the next one that gets leaked And I guarantee that on Monday, the next one will be out online. If the rating for Three's a Crowd are good, expect the next one to be out Sunday or Saturday. Anyway, just my two cp.