Transformers

Season 2 Episode 38

Hoist Goes Hollywood

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Aired Weekdays 8:00 PM Nov 21, 1985 on ABC Family
7.6
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Hoist Goes Hollywood
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Hollywood productions don't always run smoothly, and one case almost sees stuntmen in for real-life trouble. Fortunately, tragedy is averted in the nick of time by Hoist. Since mere thanks aren't enough, Hoist now has a shot at being on the silver screen. Could Hollywood be ready for Hoist and his entourage, Sunstreaker, Powerglide, Warpath and Tracks? More importantly, can they overcome a Decepticon plot involving Dirge and one of Wheeljack's inventions? The answers may be more exciting than the movie itself.moreless

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  • Not bad.

    6.2
    One of their funniest. A few bits got a chuckle out of me, such as the Director consistently calling Hoist "Moist" and Hoist's reaction to things like bagels and donuts. I'd also like to compliment Earl Kress on actually reading the show's bible and assembling all the Autobot glory-hounds and self-obsessed fops for the episode instead of just selecting random characters. Overall, though, a pretty "meh" offering. Megatron's abuse of Starscream is more ridiculous than ever, with him blaming the Air Commander for messing up things he had absolutely nothing to do with. Kind of reminded me of that scene from Family Guy where a roid-raging Peter can't cut his steak so he punches Meg in the face for no reason.moreless
Michael McConnohie

Michael McConnohie

Cosmos / Tracks

Bud Davis

Bud Davis

Dirge / Metroplex / Predaking

Arlene Banas

Arlene Banas

Carly

Alan Oppenheimer

Alan Oppenheimer

Beachcomber / Breakdown / Seaspray / Warpath

Corey Burton

Corey Burton

Spike Witwicky, Brawn, Shockwave, Sunstreaker, Wideload

Christopher Collins

Christopher Collins

Starscream / Wheeljack / Defensor / Reflector / Sparkplug Witwicky

Susan Blu

Susan Blu

Woman In Cutting Room/voice of Karen Fishhook

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Bud Davis

Bud Davis

Dirge / Metroplex / Predaking

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Alan Oppenheimer

Alan Oppenheimer

voice of Director

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Corey Burton

Corey Burton

Harold Edsel

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