I was reminded of this after viewing the "Bumblebee Speaks!!" thread. I was watching Dark of the Moon the other day with the captions on. I noticed something after the Autobots make their triumphant return. After Optimus shoots down that fighter, The Wreckers kill the protoform Decepticon. When a movie is captioned there are a few things to look for. They separate the lines of different characters by one of three ways. 1. Optimus: Get down here Sentinel! Sentinel: Optimus, you forget your place! 2. -Get down here Sentinel! - Optimus, you forget your place! 3. Get down here Sentinel! (pause between captions) Optimus, you forget your place! During the scene mentioned above, I recognized the third way being executed. It gave the impression that three people were talking insted of two. So, I went back and listened again. There is a significant difference the voice that says "This is going to hurt!" and the voice that says "A lot!" The first voice was deeper, scratchier and had a different accent (I am guessing Australian) I believe that this is Topspin saying his ONE line in the entire movie. Leadfoot: Wreckers! Kill him! Topspin: This is going to hurt! Roadbuster: A lot!