Transformers

Season 2 Episode 26

The Autobot Run

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Aired Weekdays 8:00 PM Oct 31, 1985 on ABC Family
7.6
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The Autobot Run
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Megatron believes that if the Autobots couldn't transform to robot mode, they would be easy prey for the Decepticons. A new weapon is about to give him the chance to find out. Meanwhile, charity work gives a number of Autobots the chance to help humanity without having to fight in the process. Simple car activities await them, but so does a Decepticon attack. Little time passes before the Autobots are unable to transform and are at the Decepticons' mercy. Saving the day falls to just a handful of Autobots.moreless

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  • Too many errors.

    5.5
    I don´t like this episode too much, due the errors that Akom has maded, but the good news is this is the last episode of season 2 animated by Akom. So you won't have to suffer through any more of their flat, Hanna Barbara-quality animation until "Five Faces of Darkness". This episode had a great idea, but Akom botched it with the animation (they'll do this frequently in season 3). Megatron's evil plot was actually pretty clever, but like usual, he causes his own defeat by monologuing, and devising a needlessly complicated means to kill his enemies. On the bright side, practically EVERY Transformer save for the Dinobots, the Insecticons and a couple of Soundwave's cassettes, show up in this episode (even Roller!). All I can give to this is only a 5.5.moreless
Scatman Crothers

Scatman Crothers

Jazz

Arthur Burghardt

Arthur Burghardt

Devastator

Gregg Berger

Gregg Berger

Grimlock / Long Haul / Outback / Skyfire

Michael Bell

Michael Bell

Bombshell / Brainstorm / First Aid / Prowl / Sideswipe / Scrapper / Swoop

Casey Kasem

Casey Kasem

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

Christopher Collins

Christopher Collins

Starscream / Wheeljack / Defensor / Reflector / Sparkplug Witwicky

Gregg Berger

Gregg Berger

voice of Teenager (in audience)

Recurring Role

Michael Bell

Michael Bell

voice of Commentator

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Michael Horton

Michael Horton

Chip Chase

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