Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by AzT, Nov 18, 2018.
First off, I'd watch the crap outta "Return of Sharknator".
All in all, this was a good episode. Teletraan X was a bit convoluted (Oh look, he's working with the Decepticons! He must've been reprogrammed or something! Oh look, now he's helping the Autobots to escape! Wait, what?)(and why would the Decepticons tell Bee to ask X where the Ark is if he literally just said he couldn't answer it?)*, but aside for that, pretty solid. The "not crew" thing worked for a bit, but by the time they were running through the tunnels it was starting to get a bit old.
And it's such an incredibly minor detail, but I really liked that when Bee and Windblade were descending into the silo, they were using the safety cage thing as a ladder instead of a ladder that just happened to be Transformer size. It's just such a nice attention to detail that I really appreciated it.
*EDIT: On the rewatch, I guess Teletraan X willingly chose not to tell Bee where the Ark was 'cuz he knew he was being used as a trap? So therefore, he does know where the Ark is? idk.
Only now? I saw it a week ago.
I think this is the regular air date, while some regions get episodes ahead of time on their Video On Demand Services.
Now as goes for the episode proper...
I feel like Tele’X might still be a “trap,” or has some kind of tracer in or on him so that Slippy’s brigade can follow them. So, for now, I’d leave Tele’X in the unreliable narrator category, but I could be wrong.
Plus, it is somewhat curious that Tele’X’s disruptor shielding is so apparently strong, though we may well see the limits of that sooner rather than later. Or, I could again be wrong, and Tele’X will have plenty of time to tell ‘Bee about the millions of years that Tele’X has spent online and not in stasis.
Oh and, I hope ‘Blade is rescued quickly. Maybe, that’s a job for, ya know, “Me, Grimlock!”
Though, somehow, I can see Shockwave trying some cyber brain hacking directly on Windblade, rather than just impersonating her while ‘Bee was using one of Shockers’ cybercortical implants.
Finally, “The Sharknator” is produced by Jean Robespierre, which makes me wonder if someone on staff is a fan of Jean Paul Marat and Maximillian Robespierre, or maybe they just like Rush...
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Oh, and I should get around to watching Marat/Sade, someday.
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