Transformers

Season 1 Episode 15

Fire on the Mountain

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Aired Weekdays 8:00 PM Dec 22, 1984 on ABC Family
8.2
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There is a crystal of massive power out there. Unfortunately, both sides become aware of it and the Decepticons reach it first. It can power a weapon destructive enough to eliminate the Autobots and decide the fate of Earth once and for all. Only Windcharger, Brawn and Skyfire are in range to stop them before it's too late.moreless

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  • Megatron creates a death ray which can only be used from one remote spot in Peru and the Autobots rescue Skyfire from the ice. Bad and bad!

    3.1
    This episode was pretty bland and brought back the unacceptable Skyfire character. This is the only episode of the first season that completely bored me. The plot was similar to the Fire in the Sky episode which was almost as bad but had a few key sequences. This is the only episode from the first season that a true fan can safely skip. No new Transformers are introduced and Megatron's plan is his worst of the season. I guess Hasbro wanted more Skyfire scenes because he was such an expensive and large toy. I feel sorry for anybody who wasted their parents' money buying him.moreless
  • A very good episode.

    9.4
    This episode shows the nature of Megatron and the essence of all his plans: build up a cannon enough powerful to destroy the Autobots. It´s a bit cold that the Autobots don´t rescue their old friend Skyfire until they need him, but still a good episode. The best scene is when the Autobots arrives at the steel mill in Peru and (in his Truck mode) Optimus Prime ram Megatron over, making Megatron traverse a wall and losing his cannon. Another great scene is when Optimus gets to the top of the pyramid and throws Megatron out of it, making the Decepticons retreat again.moreless
Scatman Crothers

Scatman Crothers

Jazz

Casey Kasem

Casey Kasem

Cliff Jumper / Telatran-1 / Bluestreak / Dr. Archeville

Christopher Collins

Christopher Collins

Starscream / Wheeljack / Defensor / Reflector / Sparkplug Witwicky

Corey Burton

Corey Burton

Spike Witwicky, Brawn, Shockwave, Sunstreaker, Wideload

Dan Gilvezan

Dan Gilvezan

Bumblebee / Hot Spot / Rollbar / Snapdragon / Goldbug

Don Messick

Don Messick

Gears / Ratchet / Scavenger

Mona Marshall

Mona Marshall

voice of Luisa

Recurring Role

Morgan Lofting

Morgan Lofting

voice of Luisa's Grandmother

Recurring Role

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