Discussion in 'Transformers General Discussion' started by pitt55, Jul 5, 2014.
...currently airing conflicting with the season two episode order as listed on Netflix?
Netflix has the entire season 1 and the first half of season 2 so far...what conflict are you talking about? Every Ep I've seen on Netflix has been in the proper order.
Where we are as far as what's airing and what's up on the main TFW2005 as the upcoming order is skipping around the listed Netflix order. Which usually goes with production number.
Netflix only has the first half of season 2. And we're rapidly approaching the end of season 2, well into the second half now.
20- Movers and Shakers
21- Odd Bot out
22- The Griffin Rock Express
23- Double villainy
24- Rise of the heroes
20- The Riders of Midwinter
21- Movers and Shakers
22- Chief Woodrow
23- Odd Bot Out
24-The Griffin Rock Express
25- Double Villainy
26- Rise of the Heroes
My Netflix doesn't show any of those...just eps 1-13...where are you getting this?
That's how Netflix has them listed.
You just can't view them all yet.
Probably a mistake on Netflix's part
Hmm yeah that's probably the least likely.
Netflix has hundreds of shows, all in correct production number sequence.
Either way, we'll know when we see the season finale and it plays as an intended season ender or not I guess.
Netflix also has one of the RB Ep descriptions mixed up with an Ep of Prime. Netflix screws up often.
So far we haven't seen Ep descriptions for the last two eps of season 2.
Yeah Netflix will skip whole seasons sometimes, I went to watch X-files the other day and it jumped from seasons to seasons of course the one I wanted to watch was in the cut off part.
But if you try to tell them they will blame your device or internet instead of trying to do it themselves.
I've got all the X-Files episodes on my Netflix.
Yeah it does it now and again with different tings too.
Well that explains it
Explains what? Netflix has the remaining two episodes at #20 and #22.
There's another possibility as well. If the episodes weren't ready on schedule (they actually check for animation errors these days), they might be aired out of order. As long as they're self-contained episodes (and it's my understanding that most of the Rescue Bot episodes are), there's no real issue. (Other than perhaps messing with someone's OCD*)
(*I call it my Compulsive Disorder of Obsessiveness so that the initials are in alphabetical order.)
It's self-contained episodes with a running "backstory". Or at least a proper chronological running sequence. It's not quite Scooby Doo or The Smurfs.
Plus one of the episodes is [production] numbered as the season finale with a description of our guys losing their memories, so kind of a thing to think about.
Yes, if it doesn't matter, it doesn't matter. I don't give a hell what [numbered] order they feed the things to us IN, as long as it's the correct, intended order.
I want to see Season sets released on DVD...
I asked Nicole Dubuc and this is what she said:
I think she meant finale, but there ya go! Those are our two missing eps that'll air sometime after season finale!
So Netflix has the correct [production] running order up. It'll just be airing out of sequence.
Good to know!
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