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I haven't been watching Rescue Bots, I watched the first episode and it was cute but definitely aimed at the younger end of the fandom and I just couldnt get into it. However, I think having two TF cartoons running simultaneously geared at two different age groups is a FANTASTIC idea for Transformers, *especially* if they crossover from time to time. It seems like the perfect way to bring over Rescue Bots viewers who are starting to get "too old" for the show. "Too old" for Rescue Bots is a misleading term (I'm all for older fans watching and enjoying Rescue Bots, I'm referring largely to the target audience). The point is that now children are not "too old" for Rescue Bots, they are "old enough" for TF:Prime. Having Bumblebee show up in Rescue Bots, where he will presumably at least mention his life and friends in Nevada will introduce children to the expanded TF universe and lead them straight into being TF:Prime viewers. Especially if Bumblebee shows up on Rescue Bots more than just this once. It introduces children to the idea of a story-within-a-story, Rescue Bots' small town within the larger world seen in TF:Prime. Of course, it also teaches the difference between the battle (Rescue Bots) and the war (TF:Prime).
Also, now we need Rescue Bots characters to cameo on TF:Prime.