Beast Wars

Season 3 Episode 8

Go with the Flow

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Aired Unknown Feb 18, 1999 on
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Go with the Flow
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Megatron is building a disruptor ray to scramble the Maximals' circuits, but needs an organic lifeform who won't be affected by it to finish putting the shielding into place. He has one of the cave-human children kidnapped, and it's up to Rattrap and Depthcharge to save her.moreless

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    Jim Byrnes (I)

    Jim Byrnes (I)

    Inferno (1997-1999)

    Scott McNeil

    Scott McNeil

    Rattrap / Dinobot / Waspinator / Silverbolt

    David Kaye

    David Kaye

    Megatron

    Richard Newman

    Richard Newman

    Rhinox

    Alec Willows

    Alec Willows

    Tarantulas

    David Sobolov

    David Sobolov

    Depthcharge

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (4)

      • (last lines of episode)
        Depthcharge: You know, those Preds are probably slagged and helpless back there. We better go finish them off.
        Rattrap: In case you haven't noticed 'Scales', we ain't exactly in fighting trim ourselves! I say we go home.
        Depthcharge: Why am I not surprised?
        Rattrap: Say Una. Cheetor ever show you my recipe for fried flounder?

      • Waspinator: "Waspinator to Megatron! Waspinator has female fleshy bot, but having a problem!"
        Megatron: "She better not be harmed!"
        Waspinator: "No! Fleshy bot hurting Waspinator!"
        Megatron: "Ah, then situation normal. Bring her to me."
        Waspinator: "Waspinator need to renegotiate contract!"

      • Rattrap leaves Depth Charge where he is
        Depth Charge: "Great. (to a butterfly) What are you looking at?"

      • Rattrap: "I ain't dead."
        Depth Charge: "This day is just full of disappointments."

    • NOTES (1)

      • This episode was written as a replacement for "Dark Glass" by Christy Marx, which the producers deemed to dark and mature for Beast Wars' target audience. In it, Rattrap discovered a copy of the original Dinobot's personality (probably made by Dinobot in "Bad Spark") and tries to upload it into the new Dinobot. He is successful and while Dinobot's personalities struggle for control, the old one emerges for a short while. Ultimately, however, the new one wins, and Rattrap is forced to accept that the Dinobot he knew is gone. This episode would also have been the basis for Dinobot's actions in "Nemesis (2)".

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Rattrap: "So, how you doing there Charlie Tuna?"
        Charlie Tuna is the spokesfish for the Star-Kist Tuna Company. Introduced in 1961 and voiced by Herschel Bernardi, Charlie was always trying to get himself caught by fisherman working for Star-Kist, but was always refused in the end.

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