Aw, man! You mean we gotta wait that long to find out anything about the plot of this show? It just got its first plot point in yesterday's episode.
Yeah, the first hint of an actual enemy. Something this show is at risk of becoming abysmally boring without.
Say, I think I know who the enemy is! Who still has an axe to grind with the TF franchise in the wake of their last cartoon cancellation? And who has a supply of nanites? Cartoon Network! That's why they cancelled Generator Rex did a soft reboot to Ben 10 all of a sudden: the forced continuity implosion mixed Rex's world's nanites with the ones from Alien Swarm via the dimensional bridge Ben used to get to his world in the crossover, creating an omniversal singularity that allows CN to ship the hybrid nanites into rival networks' shows and f@#& them up! These nanites weren't all that effective if they couldn't act on organic matter or even overwhelm the power plant, so maybe Time Warner will find some way to act through the HUB's reruns of Batman cartoons next time.
No, wait, DC's superheroes aren't to blame; the HUB airing that wretched Superhero Squad cartoon is f@#&ing up their network far worse.
Think that's too far fetched? Remember, continuity is a battle waged in the hearts and minds of every fan, everywhere, every day! Whenever someone talks about Diaclone like it's actually TF history within the context of the fiction, whenever someone implies that Transformers and GoBots had actual battles in the mid-'80s, wherever Turkish Star Wars carries more weight in the minds of fans than the prequels, you too may already be one of the Space Thunder Kids.