That's about what I'd expect. No, they got to 100 episodes. Which is a syndication milestone. I originally thought they'd do that when saw stuff like RB Blurr crossover in to the RiD toyline, but the more I think about it the less I think that'll be the case. RB, and RBA was all about an emphesis on non-violent problem solving. I don't think, going forward, Hasbro would want those versions of the characters showing up in Generations with lasers and missile launchers. Even when they did their brief run of animal toys that turned in to weapons...the guys who were "guns" had attachments that resembled streams of water and netting, and the ones that were melee weapons were arguably also rescue tools (a fireman's axe, a mining drill, etc) Paw Patrol is the same way. They don't "fight" even when they're super heroes. They use their abilities to solve problems and resolve conflict without beating up bad guys. The toys that do have "blasters" are all tied to the police dog (who launches tennis balls or nets) and the fire dog (who's projectiles are translucent blue to look like water spray). So I think the odds are very very low of the RBA characters specifically showing up in Generations unless they're given accessories that would still fit within the "rescue" theme rather than combat. And even then it's more likely Hasbro would mix them in with whatever media comes next to replace Rescue Bots that continues to be aimed at the Paw Patrol/PJ Mask audience. What's more likely is you'll see variations on the characters who already exist in the Generations universe that may be close to their RB/RBA designs. Grimlock, Bee, Prime, etc.