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Optimal Megatron challenges Garry Primal to a No Disqualifications match AND BAH GAWD THEY'VE TAKEN IT BACKSTAGE! Episode Rating: TOO MUCH ENERGON! (unanimous)
In early 24th-century Cybertron, Optimus Primal (Garry Chalk) lives in the wilderness with his sons, Cheetor (Ian James Corlett), Rattrap (Scott McNeil) and Silverbolt (also Scott McNeil). Eventually, the unconventional but close-knit family encounters tragedy when Silverbolt is killed in Great War I. Cheetor and Rattrap survive their tours of duty, but, soon after they return home, both Maximals fall for Silverbolt's gorgeous fiancée, Blackarachnia (Venus Terzo), and their intense rivalry begins to destroy the family. Episode Rating: [a very low] TOO MUCH ENERGON! (Siege), Sufficient Energon (Kal).
Megadrone's Vehicons assault the Maximal-occupied Megahead and the Maximals try to pull the Stargate Atlantis maneuver; leave the shield up as long as possible and hope for the best. Episode Rating: "Not Enough Energon" (unanimous)
A "mysterious" Spark is possessing corpses of Transformers and attacking the Maximals and no one has any idea who it could possibly be! Episode Rating: "Sufficient Energon" (Kal), "Not Enough Energon" (Siege)
The Maxipals storm Megahead and Noble proves that he's a good boy. Episode Rating: "Sufficient Energon" (unanimous)
Megahead moves the Sparks which gets Garry Primal's Oracle all fired up, so the Maximals go on a Sparkquest to find them. Oh and Silverbolt is a dick to Cheetor. Episode Rating: "Not Enough Energon" (unanimous)
We're joined by LadyGlitch from the ALPHANUMERIC! podcast to talk about the seventh episode of season two of Beast Machines, where sexy plantbot lady would rather do science than fight, and meanwhile Megahead creates two new Vehicon Generals who are even more rotundo than Tankor. Or are they? Episode Rating: "TOO MUCH ENERGON!" (Siege), "Sufficient Energon" (Kal and LadyGlitch).
A Stasis Po--erm, spaceship crashes on Planet Megatron and it's a race to see who can get to the Transformer within first. Episode Rating: "TOO MUCH ENERGON!" (unanimous)
The Hate Plague™ from GeeWun makes a random return as Megahead tries to use it to convince Garry that the Maximals ain't shit and that Garry should join Megahead's cause... because reasons? Episode Rating: "Not Enough Energon" (unanimous) Siege also talks about a bunch of new Transformers stuff he's acquired, and we read a pretty great email from a listener.
Silverbolt's back, and he BELIEVED IN THINGS. Episode Rating: (a very low) "Sufficient Energon" (Siege), "Not Enough Energon" (Kal).
Noble barks at the moon as the Maximals figure out just exactly what happened to Megatron. Episode Rating: "Sufficient Energon" (Kal), "TOO MUCH ENERGON!" (Siege).
Megahead ain't shit apparently, and the Maximals find a chonk dragon and a wolf man. Episode Rating: "Sufficient Energon"
"What starts in simplicity" *takes hoot* "must grow in simplicity" *blows cloud* "never forget that, dude" Episode Rating: "Sufficient Energon"
Siege and Kal are joined by LadyGlitch from the ALPHANUMERIC! podcast for a special interview with award winning composer Bob Buckley, known for creating the music behind Beast Wars, Beast Machines, ReBoot, and more.
Happy Holidays! Siege and Kal talk about Christmas in the Transformers franchise and review a two-part Christmas themed episode of Transformers Animated. Finally Siege closes out the episode with a special message.
Happy Holidays! Siege and Kal play a game of Parker Bros. 1997 Beast Wars Mutating Card Game. Game Rating: "TOO MUCH ENERGON!"
We sit down with award-winning author, screenwriter, and playwright Ian Weir, writer of celebrated Beast Wars episodes "Possession," "Dark Designs," "Cutting Edge," and of course "Code of Hero." This interview originally appeared as part of our Beast Wars 25th Anniversary Special episode.
Both Siege and Kal feel like Chicken Tonight as they give their final overall thoughts of the first season of Beast Machines.
Garry Primal and Megatron go all Cuban Missile Crisis. Episode rating: TOO MUCH ENERGON!
Blackarachnia uses plant jizz to awaken the spark within Thrust, and Rattrap saves the day with his giant beanstalk. Episode Rating: "TOO MUCH ENERGON!"
Rhinox steels some car keys and everyone gets metal. Episode Rating: "Not Enough Energon."
343 Guilty Spark decides to kidnap Nightscream. For science.
Nightscream shoves Blackarachnia's spark back into her body, while the rest of the gang discovers that Rhinox has decided to break bad. Episode Rating: "Sufficient Energon"
Cheetor decides that the team needs to save the Maximal sparks within the Vehicon Generals, so Blackarchnia tries to jumpstart Thurst's Silverbolt within, and Rattrap FlashHacks Tankor only to make a startling discovery. Episode Rating: "TOO MUCH ENERGON!"
Garry Primal resumes command of the Maixmals and inadvertently leads them to the Killing Fields of Planet Megatron, where Blackarachnia figures some shit out about Thrust.
September 16, 2021 marks 25 years to the day since "Beast Wars Part 1" originally aired. To mark the occasion, we're joined by guest hosts Kelly from DorkTales and Duncan Grant to discuss our memories of the show, play a game of "Marry, Fuck, Kill" with the Beastformers, and countdown our picks for the top ten best episodes of Beast Wars. We also feature guest appearances by previous guest hosts Dan from WTFamicom, TIM!, and Candice from Stasis Lock. For the main event, Christopher and NeoKal have a lengthy interview with award-winning author, playright, and screenwriter Ian Weir; writer of seminal Beast Wars episodes "Code of Hero," "Possession," "Dark Designs," and "Cutting Edge."
Rattrap finally transforms, but the other Maximals are assholes to him so he makes a deal with the devil to try to git gud. Episode Rating: "TOO MUCH ENERGON!"
Sting descends from the rafters with his trademark baseball bat, and the Maximals become fruit junkies. Episode Rating: "TOO MUCH ENERGON!"
Megatron gives his Insane Clown Posse of Vehicon Generals™ an ultimatum; bring him The Maximals and be rewarded (death), or suffer the consequences (also death). Episode Rating: "TOO MUCH ENERGON!"
Blackarachnia has a series of vision quests that serve as plot devices, meanwhile Megatron unleashes his latest Insane Clown Posse in the form of the Vehicon Generals™. Episode Rating: "TOO MUCH ENERGON!"