Episode 3! Spoiler: The Leaders of the Factions Are the Least Likable Characters -Bumblebee...and Optimus...have...a slow talking...conversation. Optimus...is...a boring...moron. -At least Bumblebee is reasonably likable now. -They looked like they were walking on a hardwood floor for a second. Weird. -Wheeljack's voice actor does a great Chris Latta impression. Also, Ratchet is back, and both of them...are doing...a bit of slow talking....too. -Nice reference to Nebulos. I don't think the writers have figured out that constant G1 references do not automatically make a good show. -Why is everyone...talking...so slowly? -That being said, while I still don't like this Prime, he seems less stupid so far. -You WERE a Decepticon, you hypocritical idiot! -Why is Elita so concerned about Seekers? They have armor made of tissue paper! -Ironhide still has a painfully generic voice. -That space bridge design really looks like some of its visuals were borrowed from Prime. -Optimus...is the..slowest....talker...in the....universe. -Bumblebee is enjoyable. Optimus is not...although hearing him say "Sometimes you have to blow scrap up" was kind of funny. (It would've worked better had he not been talking so slowly when he said it.) -The Seekers still have their flashlights. -Seriously, why are the Autobots so concerned about the Seekers? They always lose. -Both Elita and Blue Reflector (for now, Beflector) are actually making reasonable arguments, even if Elita's concern about the Seekers is a bit overblown. -There are female Seekers? What an interesting idea for a better show! -Jetfire is a hypocrite and a downer. What fun. -Optimus' slow-talking is seriously reaching ridiculous proportion. He says every line as though he's announcing some great epic act. -Why are there two Six-Guns (or red Cogs?) -Wheeljack talks technobabble. That makes me happy. I'm equally happy that his plan involves explosions and that he seems super excited about it. -Hey, look. A 1986 movie reference. Whee. (At least it's a reference to a more obscure line.) -Hahaha, I love how nervous Sideswipe is about Wheeljack's explosive device. -Wow, this planet (Nebulos) is gorgeous. -Optimus'...stupid...slow-talking....continues. -Six-Gun/red Cog gets a line. -RIP Red Cog/Six-Gun. We barely knew ye. -Scorponok is disappointingly small. And has a stupid voice. -Hey, look! It's Red Mirage! -The Reflector clones are seriously the best part of this show. There's so many of them, and they're all adorable. -Why would anyone listen to Megatron and Shockwave telling them to come to Kaon? They've already murdered loads of their own army; you'd have to be pretty dim not to figure out what's going on here. -See, Beflector knows what's up. Also, there's something hilariously weird (yet charming) about the Autobots and a bunch of Decepticon grunts teaming up to save other Decepticon grunts (and possibly some Autobots, but we haven't really seen any other than the main ones) from Megatron, Soundwave, Shockwave, Starscream, and an army of Seekers made of tissue paper. -Why wouldn't you guys be in? You've been freeing Decepticons from...other Decepticons....since the beginning of the show! -This is one of the worst advertisements for Scorponok I can imagine. -Wow, this planet is so pretty! -Scorponok is really hard to understand. -Mirage's illusion powers return. His confidence in this Prime seems ill-placed. -And Optimus just knocked Scorponok down a shaft. RIP stupid, tiny Scorponok. -Never mind, he's back...and now he's in robot mode. He seems less tiny now, but the things he's saying aren't actually making any more sense. -The plot that's following Optimus Prime is really confused and disjointed. -And Optimus' voice is getting worse. -Megatron's obsession has reverted back to Optimus know that he's knows he's alive. And he's making EVEN MORE G1 references!