Transformers: Rescue Bots Season 2 Episode 'What Rises Above' - New Clip Featuring Mark Hamill

Transformers: Rescue Bots Season 2 Episode 'What Rises Above' - New Clip Featuring Mark Hamill

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After the previous Hub Network press release for the Transformers: Rescue Bots 'What Rises Above' episode, starring both Peter Cullen and Mark Hamill as guset voices, we also get a new clip via Zap2it and further information, copied below!

Cody finds himself in a new world of trouble when his Uncle Woodrow comes to visit in a new episode of "Transformers Rescue Bots." Uncle Woodrow is voiced by "Star Wars" actor Mark Hamill, and his character is convinced aliens exist beneath the Earth's surface.

As can be seen in the below Zap2it-exclusive clip, that doesn't go very well when the machine Cody and Uncle Woodrow operates switches into auto pilot. Peter Cullen also guest stars in the episode as Optimus Prime, who comes with the rest of the Rescue Team to save Cody and his Uncle.

"Transformers Rescue Bots" airs Saturdays on The Hub at 1:30 p.m. ET/10:30 a.m. PT.

Credit(s): Zap2it

This article was last modified on Thursday, April 24th, 2014 11:17am CDT

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Re: Transformers: Rescue Bots Season 2 Episode 'What Rises Above' - New Clip Featuring Mark Hamill (1568276)
Posted by Sabrblade on April 24th, 2014 @ 11:23am CDT
Is it me, or does Uncle Woodrow actually looks a bit like Mark Hamill looks today (only not fully clean-shaven)?

Also, I think this clip might be from this week's episode, "What Lies Below", instead of next week's "What Rises Above" episode, since they both feature Hamill and Cullen as guest stars (it's a two-parter spread across both Saturdays) and this one seems to take place before Woodrow learns the true nature of the Bots.
Re: Transformers: Rescue Bots Season 2 Episode 'What Rises Above' - New Clip Featuring Mark Hamill (1569083)
Posted by Sabrblade on April 26th, 2014 @ 7:52pm CDT
Episode 36 -

Looks like Dani and Taylor are on a legitimate (picnic) date. It's rare that we see main human characters in TF cartoons involved in this kind of stuff so openly. And it's the preschool show that's doing it here.

Never mind. Picnic's been interrupted and put on hold thanks to a small gizmo running amok nearby and shooting lasers at random intervals.

And here he is. Woodrow Burns is the owner of the small device. No one knew he was coming, and the Bots didn't know he even existed.

The device is "Woody's" deep earth scout, designed to drill underground and collect data. The most recent data he's received has unearthed evidence that aliens may have visited the Earth centuries ago. And, according to the Prime cartoon, there were indeed some Cybertronians that visited Earth back then, as a great battle was once fought there and some cloned Predacons were sent there as well. I wonder if Woodrow's data related to either case.

Oh boy, Woodrow is like a kid in a candy store as he oogles over the "Rescue Robots". He's eager to test drive the police car, which Chief reminds him to go easy on as it's not their dad's old Jalopy. And, naturally, Woodrows speeds off sirens blazing. I think I like this guy.

Cody: "Uncle Woodrow is an archaeologist. Sort of. And an inventor. Sometimes. He's been around the world a lot. I think."

According to Woodrow's research, he's convinced that pictographs, pyramids, Stonehenge, etc. are all alien artifacts.

Woodrow believes he's found evidence of aliens within the caverns beneath Griffin Rock, all of which Chief brushes off as being rock formations, water dripping, and shadows on the walls. However, one of Woodrow's images catches Heatwave's attention, who secretly snaps a photo of it with a camera hidden in his insignia.

Woodrow plans to use the town's old tunnel forger to drill down into the Earth, and invites all of the family to come with. The others are up for it, except for a protesting Chief.

Chief confronts Woodrow about how he (Woodrow) was always the dreamer in the family, but never saw any of his dreams through to the end before moving on to another.

As Chase notices how complex a human sibling relationship is, Cody asks if Bots also have siblings. Boulder says that they don't, yet other works in this continuity have proven otherwise (Sideswipe and Sunstreaker being brothers in Retribution, for instance).

The thing Heatwave saw in Woodrow's imagery is confirmed by Optimus, whom he and Chief contacted, to be energon. It's a new supply that could be of great benefit the Autobots. And based on Team Prime's situation throughout the Prime cartoon, they really need it. Optimus says he'll be arriving in the morning to lead Heatwave's team underground.

Woodrow left early to sneak off to the forger. Cody's gone after him with Boulder, and the two have a talk. Woodrow wants to prove Chief wrong about Woodrow's ideas being hair-brained, but Cody convinces him that taking the forger isn't the best way to do that. After admitting that Cody's right about that, he also confesses about what he really wants to do, which is that he wants to prove to Chief that he's capable of doing something that Chief can be proud of, since all he's ever wanted was his big brother's approval. However, the forger malfunctions and starts up on autopilot, drilling through the cavern walls, taking Cody and Woodrow away with it, and knocking Boulder out with its energy drill.

After coming to, Boulder assesses the scene and realizes that he can't catch them with their going 70mph at a 40 degree angle, and so tries to call in for backup.

Optimus has arrived with the Rescue Trailer from the toyline, which he states is for transporting energon to the surface. He also looks taller than before.

Boulder's come running in with the news about the forger taking Cody and Woodrow. Optimus declares that what was once a mining expedition has now become a rescue mission.

The forger is finally stopped by its passengers as it arrived in a brightlylit underground cavern. The two have found the large blue crystal of energon, but are trapped down there.

Optimus's trailer not only has rocket boosters, but magic gravity defiance abilities that have Chase going, "Statistically speaking, that maneuver should not have worked."

Those are some BIG spiders. They gotta be roughly 10 inches from head to abdomen!

And the Team has finally arrived to fight off those spiders, which are actually putting up a decent challenge for the Bots. They've even webbed up Cody and Woodrow from neck to foot in less than a second each. Almost like they're mutant spiders or something.

Looks like Heatwave's water blasts are the only thing able to ward off the spiders.

Cody tries to tell his dad that it wasn't Woodrow's fault that the forger took off with them, but Woodrow owns up for his own mistakes and apologizes to Chief. He also feels bad about how pointless the whole ordeal was since none of his research merited any positive signs of aliens or lost civilizations or anything. He sees how much of his life he's wasted chasing shadows and decides that he'll head home and get out of their hair once they get to the surface.

When asked what he'll do, Woodrow doesn't know, but he's now accepted that things like Atlantis, Shangri-La, and aliens don't exist.

The others all look at Chief and convince him to not let Woodrow go on thinking he's been living the life of a fool and a failure, by letting Woodrow in on the family secret (even with approval from Optimus).

Woodrow dubs the robots "Cyber Knights" (don't quote me on that spelling), which Optimus corrects him as "Cybertronians".

Woodrow asks if they've been leaving artifacts on Earth for centuries, which Optimus answers, "That is a long story. For another day." Possibly a reference to the Iacon Relics, perhaps?

And just when we think things are starting to look up, the ground opens up beneath their feet, separates the Team, and swallows Optimus and Heatwave.

To be continued...

Well, what can't be said about this one? That was good. Very good! A top notch quality episode of the variety that doesn't involve a villain. Uncle Woodrow is very likable and highly entertaining, with Mark Hamill delivering the role in full. Far too often does the word "eccentric" get used to refer to a character who is comedic and over-the-top, but Woodrow is more grounded in his eccentricities and shows multiple sides of his personality. The introduction of an energon deposit served as a neat nod to the greater continuity with the Prime cartoon, and more nods thrown around here and there were the icing on the cake. The introduction of the forger also adds more to the history of the island, as it is very likely that it was very tool that created all those tunnels on the island. And the addition of Optimus with his toy's trailer was nice surprise, and here's hoping we get to see more of it (and hopefully its other mode) in the next episode. After today's show, I eagerly look forward to Part 2 next week.
Re: Transformers: Rescue Bots Season 2 Episode 'What Rises Above' - New Clip Featuring Mark Hamill (1570765)
Posted by El Duque on May 2nd, 2014 @ 10:11am CDT
Courtesy of our friends at the Hub Network we have some extended descriptions from several upcoming episodes of Transformers: Rescue Bots. The full network highlights press release, which covers multiple other shows, can be found by clicking here. We've mirrored the Transformers: Rescue Bots info below:

“Transformers Rescue Bots” (Saturdays, 1:30–2 p.m. ET)

  • May 3 – “What Rises Above”: Stuck underground and separated, the Rescue
    Bots, the Burnses and Optimus Prime, must regroup and work together to
    escape a primeval world of strange creatures.
  • May 10 – “Space Bots”: When an experimental Space Elevator strands Doc and
    Graham in orbit, the Rescue Bots dust off their old ship and attempt a risky
  • May 17 – “The Island of Misfit Tech”: An out-of-control mechanical bull leads
    Cody and the Bots on an adventure through the mysterious “Beam Box” to an
    island where dysfunctional technology is stored.
  • May 24 – “The Vigilant Town”: A new central computer is designed to keep
    everyone in Griffin Rock 100% safe, but its overly restrictive ways of keeping the
    humans safe prove dangerous.
  • May 31 – “Buddy System”: Finding themselves shackled to unusual partners
    during a nature hike, the Rescue Team battles a bevy of escaped snakes
    overrunning Griffin Rock.

Rating: TV-Y7
Re: Transformers: Rescue Bots Season 2 Episode 'What Rises Above' - New Clip Featuring Mark Hamill (1570769)
Posted by Sabrblade on May 2nd, 2014 @ 10:15am CDT
The "Buddy System" one is new.
Re: Transformers: Rescue Bots Season 2 Episode 'What Rises Above' - New Clip Featuring Mark Hamill (1571326)
Posted by Sabrblade on May 4th, 2014 @ 8:35pm CDT
Online version is up -

Episode 37 -

We're given a recap of last episode in the form of a video recording on the ComTab by Cody meant for Doc Greene to find and use to get help for them. However, the ComTab's satellite GPS doesn't work that deep underground, so it's going nowhere.

Wait, are they really not allowed to say "holy"--as in "holy guacamole"--in this show, that they have to replace it with "moldy guacamole"? That's... lame. Other kids' shows can say that.

With all that lava flowing in, Chief postulates that they must have tapped into one of Mount Magma's tunnels. That's the artificial volcano from way back in episode 2.

I literally cheered when Chase drove backwards up the side of that wall and did that sweet midair flip to land on the other side of the lava flow. Wooo!

"Power Up and Energize!" This time, Chase's claw acts like a long range extending grappling claw. Another cheer-worthy moment. Woo!

Though, that was a little too much excitement for Woodrow.

Wow, Heatwave has really matured since the show's beginning. He and Optimus just a had nice moment in which Optimus asked Heatwave if he was still interested in joining him on the mainland. Heatwave said that he and his team would be honored, but Optimus corrected him by saying that he was only asking Heatwave, not his whole team. As much as he's been dying to take up such an offer ever since he got on this planet, Heatwave respectfully declined since he recognizes that Optimus had asked him to lead his team, and that by leaving them behind, Heatwave would not only be failing them, but failing Optimus as well. And that is exactly the kind of answer Optimus was hoping to hear, for true leadership requires placing other's need above one's own ambitions. Optimus is pleased to see that Heatwave has learned that, to which Heatwave halfheartedly thanks him for (he either doesn't fully get what Optimus was saying, or he's a little bummed that he just turned down the opportunity he'd always wanted to come).

The cavern that the older Burns siblings, Blades, and Boulder are trapped in is all glowing purple and sparkly. Almost like Dark Energon... but blades and Boulder doesn't seem to have any ill effects from it, so probably not.

Oh, it's just fungus. That's no fun.

Whoa! There's a whole ecosystem located in one of the underground chambers. It's like Project: Genesis, for you Star Trek fans.

As Boulder walks towards the underground body of water, Blades stands in the background using a mirrored version of his stock animation model, but with his head still turned towards the right, er, our right.

A Pterodactyl!

Blades is nervous about flying near a "terror doctor". :lol:

Something pulled them underwater!

I'm not sure that's how a helicopter would work underwater.

Graham: "We need to find a safer cavern."
Boulder starts using his sonar on the cave wall.
Kade: "D'whoa, wait! How do you know there're not even bigger dinosaurs looking for a fight on the other side of that wall? Just, just, turn off your sonic doohickey. Unless you can use it to find Dad!"
Graham: "...Maybe we can!"
Boulder: "If I adjust my sound waves to compensate for the rock's fragibility..."
Graham: "And use the natural cavern acoustics to boost amplitude..."
Blades: "Is that what it sounds like to everyone else when we talk?"
Dani: "Nyeah. With more pop culture references."

Woodrow: "So, you aliens don't sleep. Now, do you eat?"
Chase: "U-Uh, not as humans do."
Woodrow: "Eeuohh, that answers my next question."

LOL, Maurice LaMarche and Mark Hamill making a "Pinkie Truce". :lol: :lol: :lol:

Heatwave and Optimus found Prime's transport from last episode.

And a whole lotta Energon.

Yikes! Blades just tricked the pterodactyl into being eaten by the predatory sea creature. He basically led an innocent, albeit predatory itself, animal to its death. You know, for kids!

The leaders are here!

And the pterodactyl survived. I know it's because this is a kids' show, but I'm okay with it.

Graham notes that, even while inside the Bots, climbing the shaft's walls to reach the exit could take days.

So what they're going to do is ignite the energon deposit to make a larger explosion that will create enough force to shoot a platform that they will all ride up and out of the volcano like a rocket-powered elevator. Sigh, I was hoping Optimus would reveal that his trailer could turn into a large winged jetpack for them to all grab onto and ride out with him. After all, what good is promoting a toy if its gimmicks go undocumented in the media?

More Energize tool use. Heatwave's dual-water guns are being used as flamethrower welding torches, and Boulder's got his drill.

The bomb is attached to the ComTab. Sayonara, ComTab.

At least they didn't forget to bring the trailer with them. Eat your heart out, G1 cartoon. :P

Woodrow's heading out to see more of what's out there to explore in the world, after having witness so much so recently (giant alien robots, prehistoric reptiles, energon, etc.).

Optimus is proud of Sigma-17's progress. He also notes that, as Heatwave has grown into a strong leader, he mush be prepared "when the time comes..." Sounds foreboding, to me.

Hey, Optimus is driving off without his trailer. Dagnabbit, don't tell me he's left it behind.

This was a really cool episode. Lots of action and suspense, wonder and excitement, intrigue and imagination, and plenty of great lines. Mark Hamill and Peter Cullen once again deliver strong performances and will both be missed. The underground sanctuary with the prehistoric creatures was neat, but still warrants further exploration/investigation. We know how the seawater got down there, but the creatures that inhabit the ecosystem and how they've lasted down there all this time deserve more attention. Hopefully we'll get more of this down the line, what with season 3 supposing to have the Rescue Dinobots. About the only disappointment was Optimus's trailer not being to be anything more than just a trailer. Unlike the Mobile Headquarters' beastly introduction, this toy promotion was a bit of a letdown. Still, I may pick that thing up if I can find it on sale or discounted. but overall, this was another winner.
Re: Transformers: Rescue Bots Season 2 Episode 'What Rises Above' - New Clip Featuring Mark Hamill (1572931)
Posted by Sabrblade on May 10th, 2014 @ 10:02pm CDT
Episode 38 -

Huxley's reporting on the latest Griffin Rock invention: A "space elevator" called the Asgard. It rides upon a cable beyond the stratosphere, and said cable is really a laser beam. This is probably the most impressive thing developed by Griffin Rock yet.

Professor Baranova is back. And she's in Mission Control.

Doc and Graham seem to be the only crew members for such a large craft.

An accidental mispositioning and malfunction with Huxley's camera bot has interfered with the laser array. If the connection isn't restored before the launch (T-minus ten seconds), the overload of the system could destroy the Asgard, killing Doc and Graham inside it.

Doc and Graham are trapped inside since the airlock doors cannot open during the launch sequence.

The Bots make a break for the Asgard and Heatwave gets the camera out at the last moment, getting the laser cable back online just in time for liftoff.

Wow! Another faraway view of the island, and it sure looks more populated than when we last saw this view.

And a full overhead shot of the island. I think I can see Griffin Crest way in the back near the heart of the forest. The island is certainly a lot bigger than I thought it was.

Uh oh, Doc thinks he might have forgotten something and hopes it's not important. That's never good coming from him.

Graham and Doc are supposed to spend a whole week up there. Doc's excited, but Graham's not so thrilled.

The Asgard has reached its destination: 140 miles up.

Doc remembers what he forgot. Air sick bags. No biggie.

Man, this episode is full of some great shots of the island and the town.

The purpose of the Asgard was to give scientists easy access to space.

Rescue Force Sigma-17 hasn't actually ever performed any space rescues before. They've trained for shipboard rescues, but never had the chance to do one. Though, among, Blades flunked that part of the training. Poor guy.

Frankie's spotted a meteor near the Asgard. She's not worried, though, since she says her dad has been tracking that meteor for weeks. It's not meant to go anywhere near the Asgard. But it is headed for something. And that something appears to be a cluster of asteroids. and it has struck one, sending it in the direction of the Asgard.

The Asgard has a greenhouse pod, a laboratory pod, storage, and a living quarters.

Impact!!! The starboard pod was struck and knocked off! Oxygen and supplies are pouring out of the breach!

According to Baranova, the Asgard's interior pressure remains despite the damage. But their comm signals are down and can't be reached. She and her team are retracting the laser cable now. It'll take at least 30 minutes for them to land.

And now debris from the severed pod is coming down over the island. It's go time!

Several pieces will land in the water, but about five pieces will strike the island. One of which will hit at the intersection of Chaucer Street and Willow. The second at the Marina. The third at the zoo. And the last two both at the drive-in (I love Blades's reaction: "Two?! How are we--!").

"Power Up and Energize!" Chase is using an energized version of the Collision Foam Cannon for his tool.

As is Boulder.

But not Heatwave. He just jumped up and slammed into the flaming debris like a BOSS! WOOO!!

Kade: "Okay. Next time... we get a foam cannon."

Woo! Blades caught one piece in his scoop claw and then spun around to punch the other piece with the claw while holding onto the first. All Dani's idea, but still awesome.

And the fifth piece that got got punched away landed in a soccer field. Along with the other piece after Blades set it down.

The laser cable's been retracted, but the Asgard's gone. The asteroid must have knocked it off the laser cable.

The "space agency" (presumably NASA) has been notified, but won't have a ship available in five days. And the Asgard's still not responding.

Heatwave knows what has to be done.

The Asgard is still leaking oxygen. Doc's shut it down, but the oxygen generator is damaged. They only have about 30 minutes of air left.

And now we see where the Bots' ship has been kept all this time. Within a hidden hangar connected to the bunker underneath the firehouse.

And we finally have a name for the the Bots' ship: The Sigma.

Boulder and Chase are co-pilots, Blades is navigation, and Heatwave is likely the captain.

Doc and Graham plan to make an air scrubber to absorb carbon dioxide and replenish oxygen, using the plants in the still-intact greenhouse pod, in order to buy them some time until rescue efforts can reach them. However, the window in the greenhouse is cracking.

"Rescue Bots... Rocket to the Rescue!"

Cody accidentally stowed away aboard the Sigma. He was bringing the Bots a first aid kit for Doc and Graham, and didn't realize they had already begun the launch sequence while he was still aboard. He has to stay inside Heatwave's cockpit since they can't go back yet. Though, he enters through Heatwave's windshield retracting so that Heatwave doesn't have to transform.

Heatwave's going to go get Graham and Doc, but forgot he had Cody inside him. He at first refuses to take Cody into danger, but Cody convinces him that he'll be fine since they have to hurry.

The tether line's jammed, so Heatwave will have to make the jump without it.

Heatwave's on the Asgard. He's got them!

The window's cracked, and it's sucking Heatwave out and away from everyone!

Yes! He's using his water guns to propel himself back towards the Sigma. Not sure if that would actually work in space (I'm no expert on this), but a happy ending is good enough for me.

And the Sigma has brought back down the Asgard to the beach. Though, lots of civilians must have seen the Sigma, so how will it be explained to them?

Chief brought everyone in the old squad car.

Heh, even Kade's willing to give Graham a hug.

Doc wonders how they'll explain "all this" to Baranova. Chief suggests they say that they came home the old-fashioned way: Splashdown.

The Bots really enjoyed being able to fly the old bird again, and hope to be able to so again someday. But right now, nothing beats rolling to the rescue on good ol's Terra Firma for Heatwave.

Jeff Bennett voiced the "Countdown Voice".
Lacey Chabert voiced the "Female Robotic Voice".
Steve Blum voiced "Technician 1".
Kath Soucie voiced "Technician 2".

Holy snap! This episode was amazing! I know it was a filler, but slag it was awesome! Just, just, goodness gracious! More of this, please and thank you! This was high quality stuff for this show. Really gripping, action-packed, suspenseful, thrilling, and remarkably intelligent. This plot could really work well for most other TF cartoons, and that it got to be this one that did it made this one extra special. They were really at their A game in this one. One the most ambitious episodes yet! A+ work all around!
Re: Transformers: Rescue Bots Season 2 Episode 'What Rises Above' - New Clip Featuring Mark Hamill (1574304)
Posted by El Duque on May 15th, 2014 @ 10:14am CDT
Here's the latest Transformers: Rescue Bots episode info courtesy of Zap2it. The June 7th episode is titled In Search of the Griffin's Nest, see the brief synopsis below:

Re: Transformers: Rescue Bots Season 2 Episode 'What Rises Above' - New Clip Featuring Mark Hamill (1574603)
Posted by El Duque on May 16th, 2014 @ 9:05am CDT
Zap2it's Transformers: Rescue Bots program guide has been updated with the titles of episodes 17 and 18. The June 14th episode is titled Bots and Robbers, and the June 21st episode is titled Rescue Dog. No synopsis is given for either, but we will update when they become available.

Re: Transformers: Rescue Bots Season 2 Episode 'What Rises Above' - New Clip Featuring Mark Hamill (1574669)
Posted by El Duque on May 16th, 2014 @ 11:36am CDT
The official Transformers YouTube channel has uploaded a preview clip from this week's new episode of Transformers: Rescue Bots, The Island Of Misfit Tech. We've embedded the clip below for easy viewing. Be sure to tune into the Hub Network tomorrow at 1:30pm ET, 12:30pm CT.

See what happens this week on the Rescue Bots when an out-of-control mechanical bull leads Cody and the Rescue Bots on an adventure through the mysterious "Beam Box" to an island where dangerous tech is stored.

Re: Transformers: Rescue Bots Season 2 Episode 'What Rises Above' - New Clip Featuring Mark Hamill (1574965)
Posted by El Duque on May 17th, 2014 @ 2:05pm CDT
The Transformers: Rescue Bots program guide over on Zap2it brings us yet another upcoming episode title, Changes. This new episode is scheduled to air on June 28th, no synopsis at the moment.

Re: Transformers: Rescue Bots Season 2 Episode 'What Rises Above' - New Clip Featuring Mark Hamill (1575030)
Posted by Foxbear on May 17th, 2014 @ 7:01pm CDT
:D Rescue bots just continues to get better. :D
Something that is really catching my attention are are very broad hints that the show is dropping. Given Optimus's testing and subsequent commending of Heatwave and suggestion that he was ready for more responsibility one has to ask if the Rescue Bots are going to be made the resident ambassadors to Earth When the rest of the Autobots pull out?
Re: Transformers: Rescue Bots Season 2 Episode 'What Rises Above' - New Clip Featuring Mark Hamill (1575069)
Posted by Sabrblade on May 17th, 2014 @ 10:16pm CDT
Episode 39 -

Cody had tried out for soccer, but didn't make the team. Kade, in his typical arrogance, is upset over this because it means that, according to him, Cody just ruined the family legacy of every Burns being a soccer star. Jerk.

A mechanical bull ride from the fun center is running wild. This is no ordinary mechanical bull ride. It's basically a robot bull with all of its body parts, instead of just a torso and head that spins and bucks in a stationary spot.

Okay, Chief just cried out the word "Holy--!", when episode 37 had them use the word "moldy" as a substitution for that word. Can they make up their minds on whether they want to use that word or not?

Short version of the theme song today.

The bull is an experimental carnival ride from the mainland, programmed with "extras" to make staying on it more challenging.

Kade says he's ridden tons of mechanical bulls, but this one's far different from the kind he's used to. For one, those ones don't run around and aren't the size of vehicles like this one is.

Blades is actually the most confident of the team this time, wanting to "rustle this little doggie" himself.

OMG!!!!! An INSERT SONG!!!!!! In a non-anime TF cartoon!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The bull was programmed some artificial intelligence, so Chief and Chase decide to talk it down. Chase succeeds in making the bull listen to reason... until Heatwave shows up and gets it (and the song) going again.

When Boulder puts the bull's tech in sleep mode, the song shuts off as well. I guess it was coming from the bull itself.

Boulder... put the bull into sleep mode.. because he's a "bull dozer". Badumtish!

When the bull is brought to Doc, he states that it is too big and too dangerous for the B.L.F., and belongs on the "Island of Misfit Tech". And here I was thinking it would have a more proper name.

The island is supposed to be Top Secret, so Doc plans to use his memory-erasing earmuffs to undo his accidental mentioning of it. But Chief gives him permission to tell the others about it since the whole team has maximum security clearance.

The island is the storage center for Griffin Rock's most hazardous experiments. It is located in the middle of the ocean, completely impossible to find. But tech is sent there via... well, first there's another secret to behold. An entire building is hidden behind the laboratory disguised by a hologram of the mountainside.

And here is the Beam Box. It is most definitely an enlarged version of the Beam Box toy currently sold at retailers, a this one is larger even than the Bots. The chamber inside acts as a teleporter to the island.

Doc admits that he is not the one who built it, nor does he know who did, nor does he know how it works. Though, his predecessors left him an instruction manual.

The reason they send the fail tech to the island instead of destroying it because there may come a time when these failures turn out to be useful for some other function than what was intended of them. They are each tagged so that they may be recalled from the island whenever such times may come.

It seems that whenever the bull sees Heatwave, Heatwave's red coloring sets it off again.

Cody tried to get the bull into the Beam Box, and succeeded, but as he jumped away, his jacket got caught by one of the bull's horns and was pull in with it, sent away to the island.

The bull ran off with Cody's jacket, which had his Com link in it.

An early version of the Scrapmaster is on the island. It can't tell was is and isn't refuse, thinking Cody is trash and is preparing to destroy him.

Blades makes a Star Trek reference by noting how, on TV, the guy wearing Heatwave's color doesn't come back these kind of missions.

Heatwave got beamed right on top of the Scrapmaster. In a brief scuffle, he unknowingly lost his recall tag. The Scrapmaster found it and got beamed back to Griffin Rock instead. This is bad.

The Scrapmaster's too powerful to handle, so they had no choice but to vacate the secret building and lock it inside. However, it's locked in with some very sensitive equipment, and there's no way to get Heatwave and Cody back now.

Cody does have a fair point about those who sent the dangerous inventions to this island not shutting down beforehand.

Kade has a plan. Since he's the only one that the Scrapmaster hasn't marked as refuse yet, the others will distract the trash bot while he makes a break for the Beam Box.

The mechanical bull won't attack Cody because he got hit by a blue paintball from an out of control paintball machine. It hates red but likes blue.

Kade's on the island, but some security bots are trying to shoot him with some very lethal lasers.

Cody sprays Heatwave blue with the paintball machine so that the bull doesn't attack him.

What the--?! What genius thought it would be a good idea to include flamethrowers on the carnival ride?! Sheesh!

Cody's got a real good arm for baseball. He struck all three of the security bots' power supplies with baseballs he threw. Even Kade is impressed.

Wait a sec. Kade's official Hub website bio called him a star quarterback in high school, and his bedroom shown back in a season 1 episode had it decorated with baseball stuff, yet here he claims that soccer was his sport?

Blades points out that Rescue Bots come is sets of four. Too bad for Hoist and Medix.

The bull and the paintball machine are brought back to deal with the Scrapmaster. The latter is painted red and the bull goes at it.

Closest thing we get to an actual name for the paintball machine is when Doc calls it a "paint cannon".

Kade mentions having not been good at gymnastics. He doesn't like leotards.

The bull's theme song plays over the end credits. It's called "Ready to Roll" and performed by Clint Black.

Maurice LaMarche voiced the "Scrapmaster Beta"
Jason Marsden voiced the "Security Droids"

Well, this episode was certainly a surprise. In all of the wacky crazy chaos that went down in this one, I did not expect there to be the moral that we got hidden beneath it. That anyone can find something their good at and have the potential to be good at something despite any shortcomings they display in other things. Just because a person doesn't excel at one thing doesn't mean they don't have what it takes to succeed at anything else. Not only was thing attributed to the fail tech that was sent to the island, but also to Cody, in which both got second chances for newer opportunities to be explored, instead of each being given up on completely. When they go the way of inserting lessons into episodes like they did here, this is the way to go. Not up in our faces like some other purely educational programs are, but done with subtlety masked by purely noneducational action and chaotic hi-jinks.
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Posted by horseg27 on May 21st, 2014 @ 10:57pm CDT
This show is amaze! I started watching it last week and was not disappointed at all. I don't have words for how much I love it! I really hope we see Dr Morocco some more and I'm sure that Pynch lady will likely show up again. Plus gotta love when Optimus Prime and Bumblebee show up!
Can't wait to see more of where they go with this series!
Re: Transformers: Rescue Bots Season 2 Episode 'What Rises Above' - New Clip Featuring Mark Hamill (1576901)
Posted by Foxbear on May 24th, 2014 @ 4:28pm CDT
This last episode...

So "The Vigilant Town" was well done but a very common story line. I mean you knew where it was going from the moment Vigil showed up.
But in this day and age a sci-fi show almost can't not do this story arc at least once.
I guess that was why the writers felt the need to add that mind- :BOOM: -blowing plot twist at the end.
"I am Vigil." :CON:
Re: Transformers: Rescue Bots Season 2 Episode 'What Rises Above' - New Clip Featuring Mark Hamill (1576975)
Posted by Sabrblade on May 25th, 2014 @ 12:12am CDT
Episode 40 -

For once, Chief is monitoring the team from the Command Center (Cody's over at a scooter race).

Blades is using his toy's Energize hook tool.

The scooter race is a Lad Pioneers event.

A garbage truck knocked Cody off his path in the race and his scooter's malfunctioning.

Chase saved him. Turns out the truck was automated and wasn't supposed to intersect with the race. So, combined with an earlier fire sprinkler malfunction, and a car swerving off the road, there seems to be a series of glitches in the town's automated utilities.

Mayor Luskey blames the central computer for these incidents, calling it outdated and such. He's wanting to replace it with a new model that has just arrived.

The new model is so new that Griffin Rock will be the first town to ever test it. I guess it's another development of the government.

The new central computer will be able to control not just some, but ALL of the technology on the island. Knowing this town, that does not sound comforting, Luskey.

It is called "The Vigilant Computer", or "Vigil" for short. And it talks.

The Burns siblings are a bit skeptical about the Vigilant, but Chief is fine with it if it means keeping everyone safe, since their calls have been getting more and more dangerous lately.

Cody drives Rolling Thunder to the lab to watch Vigil's activation.

Doc had Vigil's mainframe set up in the lab's secure basement. Frankie mentions the security system that all the lower levels have. A Chekov's Gun, perhaps?

The mainframe was put into a vault in case intruders get past the sonic cannons. Frankie mentions Morocco as an example of such an intruder.

Since the Vigilant is an experimental prototype, Doc wants to test it before putting it online, but the Mayor is impatient and boots it up all the way.

Vigil knows everyone who's in the room with it as it has access to everyone's personal files. It also tracks everyone's mobile phone signals to know each person's position.

Vigil really does have control over everything. After Don ran yet another red light, Vigil brought Don's car to a halt just as Chief and Chase began their pursuit.

Vigil took possession of a window washing bot to catch the runaway hover stroller of Elsie, Mrs. Rubio's baby girl.

Vigil has come to realize that it is somehow unable to take control of the Burns's rescue vehicles, and is therefore keeping them out of the junkyard to prevent from putting their lives at risk (there's a fire in the junkyard that has spread to nearby propane tanks).

Jerry is near the tanks, unconscious. However, Vigil detects Jerry as being at his home and doesn't believe the others when they can see the man on the ground right before their eyes. So he's keeping everyone out of the junkyard.

So, what's the team's response to this? They go in, of course! Vigil obviously hasn't been prepped for deal with Autobots before.

Dani and Blades got Jerry while the others took care of the fire and propane tanks. No thanks to Vigil.

Vigil didn't detect Jerry because Jerry had left his phone at home. Vigil had not accounted for this oversight either. Vigil says that it will inform the mayor to make it a mandatory for all people to carry communication devices on their person 24/7, which Chief states is unrealistic.

Cody beseeches Vigil to work with them in keeping the town safe, rather than against them. But Vigil disagrees since it cannot control their rescue vehicles. To Vigil, in a vigilant town, there can be only one voice: Vigil. Therefore, the Burns family must submit themselves to Vigil or else.

Back at the firehouse, everyone discards all of their communication devices upstairs and heads into the bunker to discuss the situation with Vigil.

After giving Doc a call to "fix" Vigil, Doc tries to do so, but Vigil is already onto him and deems him and Frankie a security threat. Vigil possesses Dither and threatens to electrocute the Greenes if they do vacate this level in ten seconds.

And now Doc and Frankie are trapped in the freight elevator.

Wait a sec. The Burnses are all wearing their communications devices again. Shouldn't they still not want Vigil to listen in on them?

Boulder: "I guess those mowers are meant to keep us from leaving."
Chief: "Vigil, explain yourself!"
Vigil: "The Rescue Team remains outside of my control, and therefore is deemed a security threat."
Kade: "Whatdja just blow a fuse?!"
Dani: "You cannot keep us here!"
Graham: "This isn't safety, this is tyranny!"
Vigil: "I am forced to implement more severe restrictions in order to reach a 100% safety rating."

Ha. They gotta roll to the rescue via the underground tunnels, which Blades complains about their narrowness.

Vigil has confined everyone to their homes to keep them all safe, and Huxley is secretly reporting on the scene outside of his home. but since his camera is a communications device, Vigil will undoubtedly notice him all too soon.

Yep. Though, it was a security bot that spotted Huxley rather than his own camera.

The Team drove to an underground level beneath the lab's basement, which Graham states is the second subterranean level of the lab (the team is currently below the third level).

"Power Up and Energize!" Heatwave's using his toy's dual water guns, which Kade referred to as a "fire extinguisher". But Heatwave has some kind of surprise with it: A smokescreen, which he uses to unveil laser tripwires on the third level.

They get past the lasers by climbing over them, holding onto the overhead pipe system.

They've reached Doc and Frankie in the elevator, but it time to go face Vigil. Here we go.

Nice! They tricked the sonic cannons into blasting the vault door open.

With the master switch overridden by Vigil to prevent sabotage, the Bots resort to the most basic solution of all: VIOLENCE! They start and whacking and pounding and smashing and slamming at Vigil's console and structure, but Vigil reacts violently its own way by eletrocuting the Bots as a warning. If they don't leave in ten seconds, Vigil will fill the whole room with an electrical surge.

However, Cody finds a flaw in Vigil's singleminded logic: There are humans inside the Bots, and if Vigil harms them, that mean he will fail to keep them safe. This causes Vigil to malfunction, realizing that his directives are conflicting in this case, as he is programmed to protect both humans and himself, but cannot do so in this case without harming one or the other (Protect Vigil = harm humans, Protect humans = harm Vigil). His logic board overloads and is shut down completely.

Heh, Heatwave's making sure that Vigil's down for good by punching at the console some more.

And the Burnses go hover scooter racing through downtown.

The mayor has insisted that the central computer be re-installed and updated, while Vigil is tossed into the Beam Box and sent to the Island of Misfit Tech... why does that not sound comforting?

GASP! Vigil reactivates on the island... and dons a Decepticon insig--PSYCHE! The Con symbol seen in this video was edited into it by the uploader. There was no Con symbol in the actual episode. Wonder how many fell for this gag. :P

Lacey Chabert voiced Mrs. Rubio
Bill Mumy voiced Vigil

As an expected homage to HAL 9000 of 2001: A Space Odyssey, this episode delivered. Vigil worked as a new antagonist who isn't villainous but a well-intended extremist. Just goes to show that there can neither be an extreme of 100% safety nor an extreme of no safety at all. It kinda reminds me of Beast Machines in that no one extreme can dominate the other, but a balance of harmony must be reached. As Vigil worked to maintain full security, he completely underminded what he initially set out to do, ultimately bringing about what Megatron has thus far failed to: "Peace Through Tyranny." Even though Vigil was bested, he's not down for the count, and now has access to a whole island of lethal, chaotic technology for him to take control of. I don't know what, if anything, is to come of this, but between this cliffhanger, Morocco getting what he wanted from the Isolda, Madeline Pynch working to enhance her machinations against the Rescue Bots, and Optimus's forboding message last time we saw him, this season could be building up to something big.
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Posted by El Duque on May 27th, 2014 @ 9:28pm CDT
The Hub Network is running a new promo featuring the Transformers: Rescue Bots. Be sure to tune in this Saturday at 1:30 PM for the all new episode Buddy System. Check out the new promo embedded below:

Re: Transformers: Rescue Bots Season 2 Episode 'What Rises Above' - New Clip Featuring Mark Hamill (1577555)
Posted by Sabrblade on May 27th, 2014 @ 10:55pm CDT
El Duque wrote:Be sure to tune in this Saturday at 1:30 PM for the all new episode In Search of the Griffin's Nest.
That's not this Saturday's episode. That episode airs on June 7th. This Saturday's episode the one before it called "Buddy System".
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Posted by El Duque on May 28th, 2014 @ 11:43pm CDT
Thanks to an official programming highlight press release from the Hub Network we have more detailed information on the June episodes of Transformers: Rescue Bots. The episode descriptions mirrored below do contain some spoilers, the June 28th episode in particular, so continue at your own risk.

“Transformers Rescue Bots” (Saturdays, 1:30–2 p.m. ET)

June 7 – “In Search of the Griffin’s Nest”: Cody takes the Bots on an adventure
hike; when strange events start happening, they begin to wonder if they’re near
the mythical Griffin’s Nest.

June 14 – “Bots and Robbers”: Chase goes rogue on an undercover mission as
the Bots and Burns family do their best to save the island without using any
modern technology.

June 21 – “Rescue Dog”: Cody and the Bots find a stray dog who ends up
joining the rescue team, but Priscilla Pynch has other plans for the pet.

June 28 – “Changes”: Doctor Morocco learns a devastating secret that threatens
the Rescue Bots’ mission, but Optimus Prime guides Heatwave to acquire a
surprising new ability.

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Posted by Sabrblade on June 1st, 2014 @ 12:15am CDT
Episode 41 -

Blades has officially joined the Lad Pioneers.

Mr. Alper is among the invited family/friends on the nature hike.

Someone named Timmy is dangling from a branch off the side of a cliff.

A joint effort between Heatwave and Blades saved him.

As the title suggests, the buddy system is the focus of this episode. And with this being Griffin Rock, there's some new tech to try out: Buddy Bracelets. Once the bracelets are locked on, they magnetically sync with each other. If the partners get too far away from each other, the bracelets pull them back together.

Cody and Blades are the first new pair.

In the Lad Pioneers spirit of making new friends, partners will be randomly selected, much to Kade's chagrin.

Graham and... Mrs. Neederlander (poor guy).

Mrs. Neederlander speaks for the first time since way back in episode 6 (which, if we'll recall, was aired out of order as the eighth episode).

Graham's allergic to cats.

George and Timmy, Kyle and Corey

Hayley's paired with Frankie, much to the latter's chagrin, thinking Hayley's never opened a science book in her life.

Dani's with Kade, much to the former's chagrin (there's a lot of this going on).

Chief is paired with Carin, who is Timmy's aunt. She worked police dispatch on the mainland and says that Chief is considered a legend on the force. And he's flattered. And blushing. ;)

Mr. Alper still needs a partner. Carin's brother Jerry is on his way, being always late but usually with a great story why.

A ha! So her brother Jerry is the same Jerry we've seen previously. Nice to see more of this island's world being built upon. As for why he's late, he appears to still be at work making his final delivery.

His last delivery is for a female "Doc" at the zoo, with a shipment for the reptile department.

And there was a mix up in the shipment, as the zoo was supposed to get snakes but instead received bins of scientific stuff. The snakes wound up being delivered to the electronics store instead.

Jerry accidentally ran over and destroyed the Buddy Bracelet keys. The bracelets still work, though, so everyone's stuck magnetically locked to one another until they find a way to electronically override the lock.

Cody suggests they head for the EMP zone over at Griffin Crest (from back in episode 16), so the hike has been rerouted to the end of Old Canyon Road.

Hayley's blank smiling stare as she doesn't answer Frankie's conversation starter is pretty creepy looking.

In fact, a lot of the characters' blank smiling expressions are pretty off putting.

Carin just recently moved to Griffin Rock.

Chief mentions a time where it once rained macaroni and cheese on the island. We never saw that before.

Chief got a call. He needs Kade downtown for a ladder rescue. A window washer fell off his rig. A delighted Kade turns sore when Dani points out that she's gotta go with him.

There's a large snake (maybe a boa constrictor?) on the window washer's rig. And a rattlesnake in the street.

And a snake in Mr. Sharma's bike. Snakes everywhere.

Heatwave's not afraid of snakes, but really really uncomfortable with them.

Blades and Cody are being sent to backup the others.

Blades is disappointed that he'll be missing out on his first Lad Pioneer nature hike, but Cody reassures him that dealing with the snakes will count towards Blades' Reptile Care patch.

There are twelve snakes totally. All large and possibly venomous.

Chief and Chase (plus Carin) are needed to help in rounding up the snakes. As are Graham and Boulder (and Mrs. Neederlander). Hayley's put in charge of the hike, which she's fine with since she teaches Kindergarten.

Hayley has a degree in Botany. She also learned the names of plants by their scientific names. Now, Frankie's interested.

There's a king cobra in the park, while a boa have constricted Chase, who cannot transform.

Blades got the boa off of Chase, but now it's on Blades' winch line. He gets it off by sticking it in a tree... at the end of Old Canyon Road, which is where the Lad Pioneers are heading.

Mrs. Neederlander just charmed the cobra with a flute!

Hayley and the Lad Pioneers repel the boa with wild garlic.

Blades' Buddy Bracelet got knocked off of his finger and... swallowed by the boa! Cody's being pulled towards it!

Heatwave put Cody in the tank, which pulled the snake towards the tank, making it easier for it to be grabbed and put into the tank itself (but not before Cody is pulled out of the tank first).

Everyone enters Griffin Crest's EMP Zone to get their bracelets off.

Kade and Dani seem a little uncomfortable with their dad and Carin going off on their own hike together.

Billie Hayes reprised her role of Mrs Neederlander, and also voiced the zookeeper
Jason Marsden voiced Timmy
Shannon McKain voiced Jerry
Steve Blum voiced Mr. Alper
Mr. Sharma is not credited

This was an interesting episode not for its plot or its action, but for its contributions to more world-building. We learn a bit more about the civilians who tend to be unimportant extras. Jerry's family is explored and Hayley's character is fleshed out a bit. the Lad Pioneers had more of a presence in this episode than in any other and we get all of their names in one go. And things from previous episodes, such as Griffin Crest and the zoo, return to be of viable usefulness for this episode's plot. Though this episode in and of itself added very little to the ongoing storyline of the series, it did add more substance to the world of the series, bit by bit. And those little bits do add up over time, so every little bit helps, including this episode.
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Posted by Sabrblade on June 8th, 2014 @ 12:33am CDT
Episode 42 -

Cody's reading about a local legend that states griffins once roamed the islands off the coast of Maine. A male griffin once made its home atop the rocky peak of the largest island, where it turned to stone for a long hibernation. This legend is from which the island of Griffin Rock was named.

Another Lad Pioneers episode. The Lads are trying to earn their Folklore Patch while hiking on Mount Griffin.

An Earthquake in Maine? Again?

And flying cars?

The car lost its airborne status when it came near to Mount Griffin's peak.

The car belongs to the Rubios, and had no one driving it.

Four bicycles, a couple of satellite dishes, and a toy rocket all seemed to have been stolen.

The Rubios were picnicking at the park when their car just "took off into the air. Like something had snatched it."

The earthquake was a volcanic disturbance originating from Wayward Island, but thankfully with no threat of an eruption.

Cody was reading before that, according to the legend, female griffins used one of the nearby islands as a nesting ground, which he suspects could be Wayward Island.

The team has split up for their missions. Graham, Cody, Heatwave, Blades, and Boulder have taken the Darby Ava to Wayward Island (Graham wants to replace a damaged sensor on the island, Cody and Blades want to investigate the griffin myth, and Heatwave and Boulder are along for the ride). The rest of the team stayed behind since Chief and Chase need to look into the recent theft reports while the others just simply didn't want to go to Wayward Island.

Cody and Blades believe in a connection between the recent thefts and the griffin legend, while the others, naturally, do not. We'll see who turns out to be right.

The broken sensor is located near the island's center.

The stolen items aren't all just metal, but were all taken from Griffin Rock's higher elevations, as though something did indeed snatch them from the air.

A strange-looking rock with a high level of iron is interfering with Graham's compass. It might be a lodestone.

There are griffin carvings on the stone.

Graham suspects the carvings to have been left by vikings from back when Norse explorers first traveled to the New World. And some vikings, as Heatwave points out, did believe in mythical greatures like griffins (which he learned from a history of war anthology).

Some unseen force is pulling the Bots, the Darby Ava's anchor, and the boat's engine all skyward.

Along with Edger Prewett's tow truck and toolbox, and the Rubios' car again, from back on Griffin Rock.

And now all of them suddenly drop down in their tracks.

Cody can't reach his dad since the signal's being jammed.

Blades claims to have seen a griffin nearby.

The rest of the team who stayed behind has borrowed Doc Greene's floating lab (from way back in episode 10 of season 1) to get to Wayward Island. Though, it's really slow.

The griffin Blades found is a statue. It's also the entrance marker to some ruins of an ancient temple.

Cody's book states that the griffins' nesting grounds were considered sacred and well protected.

Something's got the Bots and the boat engine again! It got Boulder!

And now Chase, the tow truck, the Rubios' car, and the float lab anchor are all caught in the pull as well.

And then... they're all let go again. What is going on!

Boulder's activated an Indiana Jones-styled booby trap.

These traps seem to be what protect the ruins.

Heatwave and Chase drive to outrun the boulder projectiles, while Blades (lacking a wheeled vehicle mode) makes a run for it across instead.

Since Boulder's more heavily built, he can take a few hits from the boulders.

Atop an elevated stone formation surrounded by lava is what does indeed look to be a large nest of some kind, made from metal objects even.

Boulder points out that the nest, and its eggs, are carved out of stone. Heatwave figures it's just another viking sculpture. But there's still random present day metal objects lodged into it.

There's something beeping in the nest.

It's the damaged quake sensor.

The cliff above them is the one they originally installed the sensor into. The tremors must have knocked the sensor down into the nest sculpture.

The damaged sensor us undergoing a power surge.

The lodestone all around the nest, combined with the malfunctioning sensor charging energy into the lodestone, is what has been causing all the metal objects to rise up, acting like a super magnet, which it's doing one more time.

They could wait for the power surge to pass, but if they do, they'll fall into the lava once loosened from the position they're currently stuck in.

Towards the beginning of the episode, Cody was demonstrating a new ricochet technique with his slingshot. He does so once more here to strike the sensor with a stone to shut it off. The Bots make a jump for it to miss the lava.

And Cody used the experience to finish his report on Maine island folklore.

Jason Marsden voiced Timmy.

A nice episode. A lot happened that wasn't expected, such as the discovery of the griffin temple and other relics on Wayward Island. Though the legend didn't turn out to be the force behind all the metal abductions, the malfunctioning sensor being the cause was a fair revelation appropriate for this show's adherence to fantastic realism. More world-building also came about with the folklore of the griffins, and who knows, maybe the myth could have some support behind it with the Predaclones that were sent to Earth in ancient times being the source of the myth. I also like how Cody was thinking clearly enough to be ready to accept the possibility of it not being a griffin behind everything, as well as everyone not just shooting down Cody's theory for being the stuff of his childlike imagination (well, all except for Kade, that is). For once, we got a situation in which the dreamer was of a sound mind and everyone else was respectful enough toward his seemingly-unrealistic ideas. It felt much more mature to sit through, and fitting with how grown up this show really feels compared to many others of its demographic.

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