You guys went and nominated what you felt were the top 5 moments in Transformers Animated. I went through and compiled the list the best I could (example: Omega Supreme's Reveal and Omega Supreme's Transform are the same, in my eyes at least, so they were counted together). The #1, #2, and #3 top nominations were separated by ONE VOTE (so one had 17 votes, the next at 16, the next 15) ... so it was pretty close. Anyways, here they are, and the descriptions. You can only vote for these 5 ... or you can just not vote. But this was decided by you guys, so I hope you all enjoy it. #1 Omega Supreme Throughout the first two seasons of Transformers Animated, the writers hinted that there was something more to the Autobots' ship that crashed in Lake Michigan, and then again on Dinobot Island. Finally, towards the end of Season Two, it was revealed that the Autobot ship was actually the decomissioned Autobot Ultimate Weapon, Omega Supreme, who is brought back online by Ratchet and Sari, and kicks some Decepticon booty before sacrificing himself to save the Earth and the other Autobots. FOOTNOTE: Omega Supreme falls under Megatron's control in Season 3, and at the end of Transformers Animated, rejoins the Autobots and demolishes the Lugnut Supreme clones. #2 Megatron's Return Throughout Season 1 of Transformers Animated, Professor Isaac Sumdac believes he is helping rebuild a friend of the Autobots in his lab. But truth be told, he is actually rebuilding Megatron, the leader of the Decepticon forces. At the end of Season 1, in "Megatron Rising", he finishes Megatron's new body and, with the power of Sari's Key, Megatron returns and utters one of the most popular Decepticon phrases to come about in the 25 years of Transformers history: "Decepticons, transform and rise up!" (a play on the Autobot version, "Autobots, transform and roll out!" #3 Team Rodimus v. Team Charr Season 3 of Transformers Animated premiered with the ultimate fan-wank battle. Judd Nelson, the voice of Hot Rod/Rodimus Prime from the 1986 Transformers animated movie returned to reprise the role of "Rodimus", leader of a team of Autobots consisting of Rodimus, Hot Shot, Red Alert, Brawn, and Ironhide. They fought against a group of Decepticons known as Team Charr, consisting of Strika, Cyclonus, Spittor, Blackout, and Oil Slick. The two teams fought each other to a revamped classic Transformers theme, with Team Charr eventually winning the battle. FOOTNOTE: While it was never explained what happened to "Team Rodimus", all characters (except Brawn) are visible in various "group shots" later in Season 3. "Team Charr" is never heard from again, except in the two-part episode "Human Error", where they are brought to life in a virtual reality created by Soundwave, walking the streets of Detroit with Megatron. #4 Blurr John Moschitta, aka the Micro Machines guy, and the original voice of Blurr from the 1986 Transformers animated movie and Season 3 of the original Transformers, reprised his role as Blurr, the fast-talking Autobot who talks as fast as he moves ... which is pretty fast. Blurr assisted the Autobots in the end of Season 2 of Transformers Animated, and discovered the identity of the Decepticon spy on Cybertron. He broke free of his "prison" with the Starscream clones (Skywarp and Thundercracker), ran across the galaxy, literally, only to be turned in to a cube by Shockwave, and incinerated by Cliffjumper. Oops. FOOTNOTE: We put all the Blurr moments together as "Blurr" ... because just about everyone had a Blurr moment that wasn't exactly the same as someone else's. So there you go. #5 The Final Battle Between Megatron & Optimus Prime The end of Season 3 featured a two-part episode entitled "Endgame", and in the second part, Wingblade Optimus Prime and Megatron have their final battle. In homage to the final battle between the original Optimus Prime and Megatron, both warriors find themselves badly damaged, with cracks all over their bodies, as Optimus Prime slams the Magnus Hammer down ... about 3 inches to the left of Megatron's face, before arresting him. A classic note, Megatron, after three seasons, finally remembered Optimus Prime's name. So shocking was this, Optimus Prime even commented on it. FOOTNOTE: This was a serious last-second addition and barely beat out some other nominations. HONORABLE MENTIONS: Wreckar's "I dare to be stupid!", the Optimus Prime and Soundwave guitar/keytar battle, Prowl versus Lockdown, Ratchet versus Shockwave, and Lugnut's First P.O.K.E.