Transformers Prime Beast Hunters

Season 1 Episode 22

Stronger, Faster

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Aired Friday 7:30 PM Sep 17, 2011 on The Hub
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Ratchet's devotion to the Autobots is tested when he believes that he has perfected the formula for synthetic Energon. But when Ratchet uses himself as the test subject, the synthetic Energon begins to alter his personality.

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    Daran Norris

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    Adam Baldwin

    Adam Baldwin

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (6)

      • Bulkhead: So Ratchet makes a better tough guy than I do as a smart guy.

      • Optimus Prime: Easy, old friend. You've lost a lot of Energon, good and bad.
        Ratchet: I... I didn't intend to hurt anyone. I just wanted so badly to...
        Optimus Prime: Help us, we know. But you nearly caused the loss of something irreplaceable: Our medic, and a most trusted friend.

      • Megatron: (To Knock Out) That is your fearsome new adversary? (Laughs) He's Optimus Prime's medic.
        Ratchet: Oh no, Megatron. I am your doctor of doom.

      • Breakdown: (About Airachnid) Yeah, she's kinda domineering, and the extra arms are weird, but... I find myself intrigued by her.

      • Knock Out: (About Ratchet) Looks like the Autobots brought in a ringer.
        Breakdown: Well then, I'll ring his bell!

      • Ratchet: (Clicks at Arcee) How's it humming?
        Arcee: Did he just...?
        Bulkhead: Stronger, faster, studlier.

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      • Hot Fuzz:
        Ratchet knocks out the fleeing Decepticon Miner by throwing a rock at his head from a distance. This mirrors a scene in the film Hot Fuzz where Nicholas Angel (Simon Pegg) takes out a fleeing suspect by throwing a can at his head from a similar distance.

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