Is It Evil? – Transformers: Robots In Disguise (2015) Episode 13

So, Optimus has become weak since his death… Good to know, but there is only one question. How Evil Is Transformers: Robots in Disguise (2015) Episode 13?

This episode starts off with the team once again arguing over pointless stuff… I thought that was fixed, but apparently not. The argument gets cut short when Fix-it detects Decepticons nearby. The team investigates the area and discovers a less than savory smell when they are attacked by four Skunkticons… Yes, they actually went there. After the team is well coated by spray, the Skunkticons escape.

Optimus makes an appearance in a training section with Micronus – an long dead, ancient prime. Optimus gets his can handed to him by four minicons, and one regular sized robot, while trying to defend some humans. We cut back to the team, getting a talk from Bumblebee. After the talk, the team heads out to where they lost fought Steeljaw. Cut back to Optimus, who loses a few of the humans and is still getting his can kicked.

The team arrives at the hydroelectric plant where they find the Skunkticons. They get their cans kicked again, but this time Grimlock gets taken hostage. After recovering from the spraying, the team faces off against the stinkers, again. Guess how that turns out. If you think they win this time you would be wrong. After Bumblebee finds his happy place, he saves the team and plans the downfall of the skunks. Meanwhile, Optimus finally passes his training.

This episode got on my nerves. Not only did Bumblebee’s team somehow forget to work as a team we have Optimus getting his butt kicked in training… This is the same Optimus from Prime. He’ss fought freaking Megatron and Unicron. Both of those guys would destroy the bots that were giving Optimus a hard time. This episode is a step backwards for this show. I’d say it’s about as evil as a Super Hero! Well, that’s all I have for you today. Thanks for letting me waste your time, people.

Keep It Classy,
Evil Bob

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