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"The Transformers" (1984) More at IMDbPro »"Transformers" (original title)

Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4
Year: 1984 | 1985 | 1986 | 1987


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: More Than Meets the Eye: Part 1

17 September 1984
As the Energon supply runs low on the planet Cybertron, the Autobots leave to find a new energy source. Their enemies, the Decepticons, follow. After a vicious battle in space, both of their ships crash land on Earth.

Season 1, Episode 2: More Than Meets the Eye: Part 2

18 September 1984
The Decepticons try to gather every bit of energy that they can, from Earth, in order to get back to Cybertron. The Autobots, along with their new human allies, try to stop them.

Season 1, Episode 3: More Than Meets the Eye: Part 3

19 September 1984
The Autobots make one last stand to stop the Decepticons from returning to Cybertron.

Season 1, Episode 4: Transport to Oblivion

6 October 1984
Shockwave creates a new space bridge to transport the Decepticons back to Cybertron. But it's dangerous. To test it out, the Decepticons capture Bumblebee and Spike.

Season 1, Episode 5: Roll for It

13 October 1984
The Decepticons go after the Anti-Matter Formula in order to gain ultimate power. The laboratory scientist sends the formula to a young genius named Chip. The Autobots must keep him and the formula safe.

Season 1, Episode 6: Divide and Conquer

20 October 1984
Optimus sacrifices himself to protect the humans. To repair him, the Autobots need an extra cos-matron from Wheeljack's lab on Cybertron. Can they get it in time before the Decepitcons act on their advantage?

Season 1, Episode 7: S.O.S. Dinobots

27 October 1984
After finding dinosaur bones hidden near their base, the Autobots decide to create mechanical dinosaurs called the Dinobots.

Season 1, Episode 8: The Ultimate Doom: Brainwash (1)

3 November 1984
The Decepticons have Dr. Archeville create a hypnotic-chip, which they plant into Spike's dad, Sparkplug. With Sparkplug under their control, the Decepticons get ready to create a new space bridge to bring Cybertron to Earth.

Season 1, Episode 9: The Ultimate Doom: Search (2)

10 November 1984
With Cybertron inside Earth's orbit, the Earth starts to erupt into chaos. The Decepticons gather more human slaves to prepare to send their Energon cubes to Cybertron. While the Dinobots protect Earth, the Autobots head for Cybertron.

Season 1, Episode 10: The Ultimate Doom: Revival (3)

17 November 1984
Wheeljack creates a gadget with the ability to cancel out the hypnotic-chips. With Sparkplug back, and all other humans free, the Autobots' next problem is getting Cybertron back into space.

Season 1, Episode 11: War of the Dinobots

24 November 1984
A meteor crashes on Earth and the Decepticons want its power. But with the Dinobots guarding it, they can't get to it. Megatron tries to trick the Dinobots to betray the Autobots.

Season 1, Episode 12: Countdown to Extinction

1 December 1984
Starscream kidnaps Dr. Archeville and forces him to take him to his secret laboratory. Starscream plans to blow up the labs ultimate power source in order to destroy Earth and claim the universes ultimate power for himself.

Season 1, Episode 13: Fire in the Sky

8 December 1984
While draining the Earth of its heat down at the Arctic Circle, the Decepticons stumble across an old friend of Starscream's, Skyfire, frozen in the ice. But will Skyfire be able to do what is right?

Season 1, Episode 14: Heavy Metal War

15 December 1984
Megatron challenges Optimus to a battle in which the loser and his team are exiled from Earth forever.

Michael Bell ... Scrapper / Construction Worker (voice)

Gregg Berger ... Grimlock / Long Haul (voice)
Arthur Burghardt ... Devastator (voice)

Corey Burton ... Spike Witwicky / Construction Foreman (voice)

Peter Cullen ... Optimus Prime / Ironhide / Halonix Maximus - Hound's Hologram (voice)

Michael Horton ... Chip Chase (voice)

Casey Kasem ... Cliffjumper (voice)
Chris Latta ... Starscream / Wheeljack / Sparkplug Witwicky (voice)
Don Messick ... Ratchet / Scavenger (voice)

Hal Rayle ... Snarl (voice)

Neil Ross ... Hook / Slag / Bonecrusher (voice)
John Stephenson ... Huffer (voice)

Frank Welker ... Megatron / Mixmaster / Ravage / Sludge / Skywarp (voice)

Season 1, Episode 15: Fire on the Mountain

22 December 1984
The Decepticons invade an ancient temple, in Peru, to find the Crystal of Power. The Autobots must stop them before the Decepticons destroy the nearby village.

Season 1, Episode 16: A Plague of Insecticons

29 December 1984
The Autobots and Decepticons investigate reports of a new group of Giant Robots in the form of Insects.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Autobot Spike

23 September 1985
After a vicious battle with the Decepticons, Spike is seriously injured. The Autobots use Sparkplug's new invention, Autobot X, as a body for Spikes mind until his human body can recover. But the side effects could be disastrous.

Season 2, Episode 2: The Immobilizer

24 September 1985
Wheeljack's new invention, the immobilizer, freezes anything that it's pointed at. Now Megatron wants it for his own.

Season 2, Episode 3: Dinobot Island: Part 1

25 September 1985
The Dinobots are destroying the Autobot base because there is no room for them to train. Bumblebee and Powerglide find a mysterious prehistoric island and believe it will be the perfect home for the Dinobots.

Season 2, Episode 4: Dinobot Island: Part 2

26 September 1985
When the Decepticons begin to steal the energy from Dinobot Island, time warps begin to appear all over the world releasing more prehistoric civilizations into modern times.

Season 2, Episode 5: Traitor

27 September 1985
The Decepticons steal the Electro Cells from the research center and plan to use them to create energon cubes. When Mirage tries to stop them on his own, Cliffjumper begins to think that Mirage is a Decepticon spy.

Season 2, Episode 6: Enter the Nightbird

30 September 1985
Dr. Fujiyama has created a ninja robot called Nightbird. When the Decepticons steal her, the Autobots must try to rescue Nightbird without harming her.

Season 2, Episode 7: Changing Gears

1 October 1985
The Decepticons set up a trap for the Autobots and kidnap Gears. Now, with Gears as his slave, Megatron creates a solar needle in order to steal the sun's energy. But the consequences could be disastrous.

Season 2, Episode 8: A Prime Problem

2 October 1985
Megatron creates an Optimus Prime clone to lure the Autobots into a crevasse of Korlonium Crystals set to explode on contact.

Season 2, Episode 9: Atlantis, Arise!

3 October 1985
The Decepticons discover an underwater city in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean and make friends with it's people. Now they're out to destroy the surface world.

Season 2, Episode 10: Attack of the Autobots

4 October 1985
While distracting the Autobots with a surprise attack, Megatron secretly sets a trap inside their base that will force the Autobots to do his bidding.

Season 2, Episode 11: Microbots

7 October 1985
Megatron recovers the Heart of Cybertron from an ancient spaceship and uses it's power on the Autobots. Perceptor suggests using his shrink ray to enter Megatron's body and steal the Heart.

Jack Angel ... Smokescreen / Archaeologist (voice)

Corey Burton ... Brawn (voice)
Michael Chain ... Hoist / Powerglide (voice)

Peter Cullen ... Optimus Prime / Ironhide (voice)

Paul Eiding ... Perceptor (voice)

Dan Gilvezan ... Bumblebee (voice)

Casey Kasem ... Cliffjumper / Teletraan 1 (voice)
Chris Latta ... Wheeljack / Spike Witwicky / Starscream (voice)
Morgan Lofting ... Joan the Archaeologist (voice)
Don Messick ... Ratchet / Scavenger (voice)

Alan Oppenheimer ... Warpath (voice)

Neil Ross ... Bonecrusher / Hook / Newscaster (voice)
John Stephenson ... Huffer / Windcharger / Thundercracker (voice)

Frank Welker ... Laserbeak / Megatron / Mixmaster / Ravage / Rumble / Skywarp / Soundwave (voice)

Season 2, Episode 12: The Master Builders

8 October 1985
Grapple has dreamed of building a solar tower to collect energy from the sun. To achieve this dream, he rashly allies himself with the Constructicons.

Season 2, Episode 13: The Insecticon Syndrome

9 October 1985
The Insecticons return and attack the nova power plant in order to get enough energy to seize the defense computer at Iron Mountain.

Season 2, Episode 14: Day of the Machines

10 October 1985
Megatron reprograms the human built supercomputer TORQ III with his own personality and has it controlling machines of all types by using Remote Control Circuit Linker cards.

Season 2, Episode 15: Megatron's Master Plan: Part 1

14 October 1985
The Decepticons convince the humans that the Autobots are the true enemies, with the help of a greedy candidate for mayor, named Sean Burger.

Season 2, Episode 16: Megatron's Master Plan: Part 2

15 October 1985
With the Autobots destroyed by the sun, the Decepticons claim the Earth for their own and make the humans into their slaves.

Jack Angel ... Ramjet / Reporter (voice)

Michael Bell ... Scrapper (voice)

Corey Burton ... Brawn / Sunstreaker / Spike Witwicky (voice)
Victor Caroli ... Narrator (voice)

Scatman Crothers ... Jazz (voice)

Peter Cullen ... Ironhide / Optimus Prime (voice)

Bud Davis ... Dirge / Male Audience Member (voice)
Ed Gilbert ... Blitzwing / Thrust / Shawn Berger (voice)

Dan Gilvezan ... Bumblebee / Berger's Guard (voice)

Michael Horton ... Chip Chase / Teenager at Discotheque (voice)

Casey Kasem ... Cliffjumper (voice)
Chris Latta ... Sparkplug Witwicky / Wheeljack / Starscream (voice)
Mona Marshall ... Justin / Justin's Mother (voice)

Michael McConnohie ... Cosmos (voice)
Don Messick ... Gears (voice)

Alan Oppenheimer ... Mayor (voice)

Neil Ross ... Bonecrusher (voice)
Ken Sansom ... Hound (voice)
John Stephenson ... Huffer (voice)

Frank Welker ... Laserbeak / Megatron / Mixmaster / Skywarp / Trailbreaker / Rumble / Ravage / Soundwave (voice)

Season 2, Episode 17: Auto Berserk

16 October 1985
While the Autobots try to protect the Mega-Faider, Red Alert becomes damaged and starts believing the Autobots are plotting against him. Starscream plans to use this to his own advantage.

Season 2, Episode 18: City of Steel

17 October 1985
Megatron has decided to turn New York city into New Cybertron. Optimus Prime is captured, and his body is made into multiple parts of the city's defense system.

Season 2, Episode 19: Desertion of the Dinobots: Part 1

21 October 1985
When Autobots and Decepticons both begin to suffer from violent mechanical breakdowns, the cure for the condition is discovered on Cybertron. The Autobots' only hope for survival lies with the unaffected Dinobots. But Grimlock sees the crisis as an opportunity to rebel against Optimus Prime's leadership.

Season 2, Episode 20: Desertion of the Dinobots: Part 2

22 October 1985
With the Dinobots captured by Shockwave, and the Autobots' malfunctioning reaching terminal levels, Spike and Carly must fight their way through the bowels of Cybertron to acquire the coveted Cybertonium element before all the Earth Transformers are rendered inoperable.

Arlene Banas ... Carly (voice)

Michael Bell ... Swoop (voice)

Gregg Berger ... Grimlock / Sentinel (voice)

Corey Burton ... Spike Witwicky / Shockwave (voice)

Peter Cullen ... Optimus Prime (voice)

Casey Kasem ... Teletraan I (voice)
Chris Latta ... Sparkplug Witwicky / Wheeljack (voice)

Hal Rayle ... Snarl (voice)

Neil Ross ... Slag (voice)

Frank Welker ... Megatron / Sludge / Cybetronic Narrator (voice)

Season 2, Episode 21: Blaster Blues

23 October 1985
When the Decepticons hijack Earth's airwaves, the music-loving Autobot Blaster is the only one who can stop them.

Season 2, Episode 22: A Decepticon Raider in King Arthur's Court

24 October 1985
Starscream accidentally activates a times machine that throws both Autobots and Decepticons back into medieval times.

Jack Angel ... Ramjet / Sir Wulf (voice)

Corey Burton ... Spike Witwicky / Beorht (voice)
Michael Chain ... Hoist / Sir Wigend du Blackthorne (voice)
Joy Grdnic ... Nimue (voice)
Chris Latta ... Starscream (voice)

Alan Oppenheimer ... Warpath / Sir Aetheling the Red (voice)

Frank Welker ... Rumble / Ravage / Megatron (voice)

Season 2, Episode 23: The God Gambit

28 October 1985
After a battle in space, Cosmos lands on a planet inhabited by superstitious beings. The Decepticons follow and Astrotrain convinces the natives that he is a god.

Jack Angel ... Astrotrain / Omega Supreme (voice)
Michael Chain ... Red Alert (voice)

Peter Cullen ... Optimus Prime (voice)

Paul Eiding ... Perceptor / Scrawney (voice)
Linda Gary ... Talaria
Ed Gilbert ... Thrust / Jero (voice)
Chris Latta ... Starscream (voice)

Michael McConnohie ... Cosmos (voice)

Season 2, Episode 24: The Core

29 October 1985
The Decepticons endanger the Earth by drilling into its core to tap into the planet's geothermal energy. In order to stop them, the Autobots must hijack and reprogram Devastator.

Season 2, Episode 25: Make Tracks

30 October 1985
After an accident, Tracks makes a human friend named Raoul. The two of them discover a Decepticon plot to turn cars in New York City into a army serving Megatron.

Michael Bell ... Scrapper / Sideswipe (voice)
Michael Chain ... Raoul / Hoist / Powerglide (voice)

Scatman Crothers ... Jazz (voice)

Peter Cullen ... Optimus Prime / Ironhide (voice)

Walker Edmiston ... Inferno (voice)

Dan Gilvezan ... Bumblebee / Car Thief (voice)
Buster Jones ... Blaster (voice)

Casey Kasem ... Teletraan 1 (voice)
Chris Latta ... Sparkplug Witwicky / Starscream / Phil Geddis (voice)

Michael McConnohie ... Tracks / Cosmos / Jim Geddis (voice)
Don Messick ... Ratchet / Scavenger (voice)

Alan Oppenheimer ... Seaspray (voice)

Neil Ross ... Hook / Bonecrusher (voice)
John Stephenson ... Windcharger / Winston / Larry (voice)

Frank Welker ... Megatron / Ravage / Rumble / Soundwave (voice)

Season 2, Episode 26: The Autobot Run

31 October 1985
While the Autobots perform stunts and race for charity, Megatron attacks them with a weapon that can freeze Transformers in their vehicle form.

Season 2, Episode 27: The Golden Lagoon

4 November 1985
The Decepitcons coat themselves with electrum that they find in a golden lagoon. They become impervious to laser fire and attack the Autobots.

Season 2, Episode 28: Quest for Survival

5 November 1985
To combat the growing number of Insecticons on Earth, Cosmos is sent off-world to retrieve a robotic insecticide. When he returns, he carried with him a robotic plant that grows out of control.

Season 2, Episode 29: The Secret of Omega Supreme

6 November 1985
Omega Supreme used to be very different. He tells a story back when Autobots and Decepticons lived peacefully together. He remembers the friendship he had with the Constructicons. And the fateful day that changed everything.

Season 2, Episode 30: Child's Play

7 November 1985
Autobots and Decepticons are transported to a world where they are no larger than children's toys.

Jack Angel ... Smokescreen / Alien Scientist (voice)

Corey Burton ... Brawn / Spike Witwicky (voice)

Peter Cullen ... Optimus Prime / Ironhide (voice)

Walker Edmiston ... Inferno / Aron's Father (voice)

Paul Eiding ... Perceptor (voice)
Ed Gilbert ... Thrust (voice)

Dan Gilvezan ... Bumblebee (voice)

Michael Horton ... Chip Chase (voice)
Chris Latta ... Starscream / Wheeljack (voice)
Mona Marshall ... Aron / Marty / Aron's Mother (voice)

Frank Welker ... Megatron / Soundwave / Ravage / Nitro / Booper / Skywarp / Trailbreaker (voice)

Season 2, Episode 31: The Gambler

11 November 1985
After the Autobots are captured by an alien named Bosch, Smokescreen agrees to go to a gambling asteroid in an effort to the win then back.

Jack Angel ... Smokescreen / Ramjet / Astrotrain (voice)

Peter Cullen ... Optimus Prime (voice)

Bud Davis ... Dirge (voice)

Walker Edmiston ... Inferno / Lord Gyconi (voice)

Paul Eiding ... Perceptor / Monacan Loan Shark (voice)

Dan Gilvezan ... Bumblebee (voice)
John Stephenson ... Bosch / Devcon (voice)

Season 2, Episode 32: The Search for Alpha Trion

12 November 1985
Optimus Prime travels to Cybertron to rescue Elita One the leader of of the female Autobots.

Jack Angel ... Ramjet / Astrotrain (voice)
Marlene Aragon ... Elita-One (voice)

Corey Burton ... Shockwave (voice)
Michael Chain ... Powerglide (voice)

Peter Cullen ... Optimus Prime / Ironhide (voice)

Walker Edmiston ... Inferno (voice)
Linda Gary ... Chromia (voice)

Casey Kasem ... Teletraan I (voice)
Chris Latta ... Starscream (voice)
Morgan Lofting ... Moonracer / Firestar (voice)
John Stephenson ... Alpha Trion (voice)

Frank Welker ... Megatron / Rumble (voice)

Season 2, Episode 33: Auto-Bop

13 November 1985
Tracks and Blaster team up with Raoul and discover a Decepticon plot to take over peoples' minds at a Nightclub.
Michael Chain ... Raoul (voice)
Linda Gary ... Disco Girl #2 (voice)
Buster Jones ... Blaster (voice)

Casey Kasem ... Teletraan I / Clothes Horse (voice)
Chris Latta ... Starscream / Furg / Dag (voice)

Michael McConnohie ... Tracks (voice)

Frank Welker ... Soundwave / Poplock / Megatron (voice)
Wally Burr ... Dancitron Promoter (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 34: Prime Target

14 November 1985
A wealthy and eccentric big game hunter named Lord Chumley attempts to capture Optimus Prime in order to complete his collection of exotic trophies.

Jack Angel ... Astrotrain (voice)
Michael Chain ... Hoist (voice)

Scatman Crothers ... Jazz (voice)

Peter Cullen ... Optimus Prime / Ironhide (voice)

Walker Edmiston ... Inferno (voice)
Ed Gilbert ... Blitzwing (voice)

Dan Gilvezan ... Bumblebee (voice)
Buster Jones ... Blaster (voice)

Casey Kasem ... Teletraan 1 (voice)
Chris Latta ... Starscream (voice)
Morgan Lofting ... Oktober Guard (voice)

Michael McConnohie ... Cosmos / Tracks (voice)

Alan Oppenheimer ... Dinsmore / Beachcomber / Warpath (voice)
Peter Renaday ... Lord Chumley / Grapple (voice) (as Pete Renaday)
John Stephenson ... Huffer / Windcharger (voice)

Frank Welker ... Megatron / Hector Ramirez (voice)

Season 2, Episode 35: The Girl Who Loved Powerglide

18 November 1985
Spoiled Astoria heiress inherits the tech company of her deceased father, and when the Decepticons try to capture her Powerglide rescues her, and she falls in love with him.

Jack Angel ... Ramjet (voice)

Corey Burton ... Spike Witwicky (voice)
Michael Chain ... Powerglide (voice)

Peter Cullen ... Optimus Prime / Ironhide (voice)

Bud Davis ... Dirge (voice)
Ed Gilbert ... Thrust (voice)

Casey Kasem ... Teletraan I (voice)
Chris Latta ... Sparkplug Witwicky / Wheeljack (voice)
Don Messick ... Ratchet / Executive #1 (voice)

Laurie O'Brien ... Astoria Carlton-Ritz (voice)

Neil Ross ... Hook / Executive #2 (voice)

Frank Welker ... Megatron / Soundwave / Rumble (voice)

Season 2, Episode 36: Triple Takeover

19 November 1985
Astrotrain and Blitzwing manipulate Starscream into helping them sideline Megatron so they can lead the Decepticons.

Jack Angel ... Astrotrain / Ramjet / Smokescreen (voice)

Michael Bell ... Scrapper / Prowl (voice)

Gregg Berger ... Long Haul (voice)
Arthur Burghardt ... Devastator (voice)

Corey Burton ... Spike Witwicky / Motorist (voice)
Michael Chain ... Powerglide / Hoist (voice)

Peter Cullen ... Optimus Prime / Ironhide (voice)

Bud Davis ... Dirge / Railway Worker (voice)
Ed Gilbert ... Blitzwing / Thrust (voice)

Dan Gilvezan ... Skids / Football Player (voice)

Casey Kasem ... Bluestreak (voice)
Chris Latta ... Starscream (voice)

Michael McConnohie ... Tracks (voice)
Don Messick ... Scavenger (voice)

Neil Ross ... Hook / Bonecrusher (voice)
John Stephenson ... Thundercracker / Coach (voice)

Frank Welker ... Megatron / Mixmaster / Trailbreaker (voice)

Season 2, Episode 37: Sea Change

20 November 1985
Seaspray and Bumblebee go to save an aquatic world and its natives from Decepticon dictatorship. Seaspray falls in love with a native during the adventure.

Jack Angel ... Astrotrain (voice)

Peter Cullen ... Optimus Prime / Tlaloc (voice)

Bud Davis ... Dirge (voice)

Paul Eiding ... Perceptor / Deceptitran / Mok (voice)
Linda Gary ... Alana

Dan Gilvezan ... Bumblebee (voice)

Michael McConnohie ... Cosmos / Chac (voice)

Alan Oppenheimer ... Seaspray (voice)

Frank Welker ... Megatron / Soundwave / Rumble / Laserbeak (voice)

Season 2, Episode 38: Hoist Goes Hollywood

21 November 1985
After stumbling upon a film shoot, Hoist is hired to play a role in an action movie.

Jack Angel ... Ramjet / Astrotrain (voice)

Arlene Banas ... Carly (voice)
Susan Blu ... Karen Fishook / Production Asst. (voice)

Corey Burton ... Spike Witwicky / Sunstreaker / Harold Edsel (voice)
Michael Chain ... Hoist / Powerglide (voice)

Bud Davis ... Dirge / Asst. Director (voice)
Ed Gilbert ... Thrust (voice)
Chris Latta ... Starscream / Wheeljack (voice)

Michael McConnohie ... Tracks (voice)

Alan Oppenheimer ... Warpath / Director (voice)

Frank Welker ... Megatron / Soundwave / Rumble (voice)

Season 2, Episode 39: The Key to Vector Sigma: Part 1

25 November 1985
Megatron wants to challenge the Autobots on the road, so he builds the Stunticons. But he needs Vector Sigma, the main computer on Cybertron to give them life. Now he must find the Key that will allow him to reactivate Vector Sigma.

Jack Angel ... Omega Supreme / Smokescreen / Ramjet / Breakdown (voice)

Michael Bell ... Prowl / Possum Brown (voice)

Corey Burton ... Shockwave / Vector Sigma / General (voice)

Roger C. Carmel ... Motormaster (voice)
Michael Chain ... Hoist (voice)
Philip L. Clarke ... Dead End (voice)

Peter Cullen ... Optimus Prime / Ironhide / C.B. Radio (voice)

Bud Davis ... Dirge (voice)
Ron Gans ... Drag Strip (voice)
Ed Gilbert ... Thrust / Bank Robber (voice)
Buster Jones ... Blaster (voice)

Casey Kasem ... Teletraan I (voice)
Chris Latta ... Wheeljack (voice)

Jeff MacKay ... Soldier (voice)

Terence McGovern ... Wildrider (voice)
Don Messick ... Ratchet (voice)

Alan Oppenheimer ... Warpath (voice)
John Stephenson ... Alpha Trion (voice)

Frank Welker ... Megatron / Soundwave / Rumble / Ravage (voice)

Season 2, Episode 40: The Key to Vector Sigma: Part 2

26 November 1985
In response to the Stunticons, Optimus builds the Aerialbots. Megatron still has the key to Vector Sigma, and discovers that it has unexpected powers on Earth.

Charlie Adler ... Silverbolt (voice) (as Charles Adler)

Jack Angel ... Omega Supreme / Smokescreen / Breakdown (voice)

Corey Burton ... Shockwave / Vector Sigma / General (voice)

Roger C. Carmel ... Motormaster (voice)
Michael Chain ... Hoist (voice)
Philip L. Clarke ... Dead End (voice)

Scatman Crothers ... Jazz (voice)

Peter Cullen ... Optimus Prime / Ironhide (voice)
Laurie Faso ... Skydive (voice)
Ron Gans ... Drag Strip (voice)
Buster Jones ... Blaster / TV Dad (voice)

Casey Kasem ... Teletraan I (voice)
Chris Latta ... Sparkplug Witwicky / Wheeljack (voice)

Jeff MacKay ... Fireflight / Soldier (voice)

Terence McGovern ... Wildrider (voice)
Don Messick ... Ratchet (voice)
Denise Mora ... TV Daughter (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Air Raid / Slingshot (voice)
John Stephenson ... Alpha Trion (voice)

Frank Welker ... Megatron / Soundwave / Rumble (voice)

Season 2, Episode 41: Aerial Assault

10 December 1985
The Aerialbots go to a Middle Eastern country to look for clues behind a series of aircraft thefts.

Charlie Adler ... Silverbolt (voice) (as Charles Adler)

Jack Angel ... Ramjet (voice)

Roger C. Carmel ... Bruticus / Rug Merchant (voice)
Michael Chain ... Hoist (voice)

Scatman Crothers ... Jazz (voice)

Peter Cullen ... Optimus Prime (voice)
Laurie Faso ... Skydive (voice)
Ed Gilbert ... Superion / Ali (voice)
Johnny Haymer ... Swindle / Vortex (voice)
Milton James ... Blast Off / Plane Thief (voice) (as Milt Jamin)
S. Marc Jordan ... Onslaught / Border Inspector (voice)

Jeff MacKay ... Fireflight (voice)
Mona Marshall ... Hassan / Prince Jumal (voice)
Don Messick ... Ratchet (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Air Raid / Slingshot (voice)
Tony St. James ... Brawl (voice)

Frank Welker ... Megatron / Rumble / Frenzy (voice)

Season 2, Episode 42: Masquerade

16 December 1985
The Autobots secretly poses a Stunticons in an effort to discover Megatron's secret plans.

Season 2, Episode 43: Trans-Europe Express

23 December 1985
Megatron searches for the powerful Pearl of Bahoudin while the Autobots race in the Europa 2000 for charity.

Jack Angel ... Smokescreen / Professor Terranova / Commentator (voice)

Michael Bell ... Sideswipe / Scrapper (voice)

Corey Burton ... Sunstreaker / Announcer (voice)

Roger C. Carmel ... Motormaster / Abdul Ben-F'aisal (voice)
Philip L. Clarke ... Dead End / Auggie Cahnay (voice)

Regis Cordic ... Menasor (voice)
Ron Gans ... Drag Strip (voice)

Dan Gilvezan ... Bumblebee (voice)

Casey Kasem ... Bluestreak (voice)
Chris Latta ... Wheeljack (voice)

Michael McConnohie ... Tracks (voice)

Terence McGovern ... Wildrider (voice)
Don Messick ... Scavenger (voice)

Alan Oppenheimer ... Breakdown (voice)

Frank Welker ... Megatron / Soundwave / Rumble (voice)

Season 2, Episode 44: War Dawn

25 December 1985
Some Aerialbots start to have doubts about their cause, some have started to admire Megatron, and are thinking of switching sides. They get pulled into a time warp, and end up on Cybertron, before the current war began. They'll discover more about Megatron, and the origin of one of their own.

Season 2, Episode 45: Cosmic Rust

26 December 1985
Megatron gets hit by some meteor fragments. The areas that were hit begin to rust. The Decepticons capture Perceptor to find a cure for their leader. But once cured, Megatron hatches a scheme to infect the Autobots with Cosmic Rust.

Season 2, Episode 46: Kremzeek!

27 December 1985
A surge of electricity comes alive and Megatron decides to unleash it on the Autobots. The living electric then tears through almost every Autobot and makes them go bezerko.

Jack Angel ... Omega Supreme / Smokescreen (voice)
Michael Chain ... Hoist (voice)

Peter Cullen ... Optimus Prime (voice)

Walker Edmiston ... Inferno / Dr. Soji Yoshikawa (voice)
Ed Gilbert ... Thrust (voice)

Dan Gilvezan ... Bumblebee (voice)
Buster Jones ... Blaster (voice)

Casey Kasem ... Teletraan I (voice)
Chris Latta ... Sparkplug Witwicky / Starscream (voice)
Don Messick ... Ratchet / Kremzeek (voice)
John Stephenson ... Huffer (voice)

Frank Welker ... Megatron / Soundwave (voice)
Wally Burr ... Jazz (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 47: Starscream's Brigade

7 January 1986
After being exiled from the Decepticons, Starscream frees five Cybertronian criminals from prison and re-purposes them into his own troops, the Combaticons. With these new warriors at his command, he challenges Megatron for control of the Decepticons.

Season 2, Episode 48: The Revenge of Bruticus

8 January 1986
Seeking revenge against Autobot and Decepticon alike, the Combaticons hijack the Space Bridge and use it to alter Earth's orbit, putting it on a collision course with the Sun. With the only means to get off-world damaged in battle, Optimus Prime and Megatron must race against time to stop the Combaticons before the Earth is destroyed.

Season 2, Episode 49: B.O.T.

9 January 1986
College students build their own robot and unknowingly use a Decepticon part, causing chaos. Megatron gets Swindle to reassemble the Combaticons after a battle, but uses a time bomb as motivation.

Jack Angel ... Ramjet (voice)

Roger C. Carmel ... Bruticus / El Presidente (voice)
Michael Chain ... Powerglide (voice)

Townsend Coleman ... Martin (voice)

Peter Cullen ... Optimus Prime / Ironhide / Streetwise (voice)

Dan Gilvezan ... Bumblebee / Hot Spot / Mr. Robbins (voice)
Johnny Haymer ... Swindle / Vortex (voice)
Milton James ... Blast Off (voice) (as Milt Jamin)
S. Marc Jordan ... Onslaught (voice)

Casey Kasem ... Bluestreak / Teletraan I (voice)
Chris Latta ... Defensor / Starscream / Wheeljack (voice)
Don Messick ... Gears (voice)

Samantha Newark ... Elise Presser (voice)

Michael Sheehan ... Roland (voice)
Tony St. James ... Brawl (voice)
John Stephenson ... Thundercracker (voice)

Frank Welker ... Megatron / Blades / Groove / Soundwave / Skywarp (voice)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Five Faces of Darkness: Part 1

15 September 1986
A year after assuming leadership of the Autobots, Rodimus Prime hosts an intergalactic sporting event, which falls victim to an attack, resulting in the abduction of Spike Witwicky, Kup, and Ultra Magnus. Rodimus is quick to blame the Decepticons, who are divided and weakened by the loss of their leader, Galvatron. But Galvatron's fellow reformatted Decepticons, Scourge and Cyclonus, may have found a way to restore their leader to power. The real culprit may be a new face, but one with a link to the histories of both Autobot and Decepticon, manipulating both sides to take their own revenge.

Season 3, Episode 2: Five Faces of Darkness: Part 2

16 September 1986
Rodimus Prime devises a plan to rescue Ultra Magnus, Kup, and Spike from the Quintessons, even as he attempts to probe their connection to the Autobots' past. Meanwhile, the Decepticons revive Galvatron and restore him to full strength.

Charlie Adler ... Silverbolt (voice)

Jack Angel ... Ultra Magnus / Death Quintesson / Sweep (voice)

Gregg Berger ... Grimlock (voice)
Susan Blu ... Arcee (voice)

Corey Burton ... Spike Witwicky / Rage Quintesson (voice)

Roger C. Carmel ... Cyclonus / Laughter Quintesson (voice)
Victor Caroli ... Narrator (voice)

Regis Cordic ... Doubt Quintesson / Judge Deliberata (voice) (as Rege Cordic)
Laurie Faso ... Skydive (voice)

Dick Gautier ... Rodimus Prime / Sweep (voice)
Johnny Haymer ... Swindle (voice) (as John Haymer)
Stan Jones ... Scourge (voice)

Jeff MacKay ... Fireflight (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Slingshot (voice) (as Rob Paulson)

Neil Ross ... Springer (voice)
Ted Schwartz ... Rodimus Prime (voice)
John Stephenson ... Kup (voice)

Frank Welker ... Galvatron / Soundwave / Sharkticon / Sweep (voice)

Season 3, Episode 3: Five Faces of Darkness: Part 3

17 September 1986
After escaping Quintessa, the Autobots are stranded the interstellar garbage dump, Goo 8739B. As they attempt to find a way off world, the Quintessons forge an uneasy alliance with the Decepticons.

Charlie Adler ... Silverbolt (voice)

Jack Angel ... Ultra Magnus / Death Quintesson / Astrotrain / Sweep (voice)
Susan Blu ... Arcee / Marissa Faireborn (voice)

Corey Burton ... Spike Witwicky (voice)

Roger C. Carmel ... Cyclonus / Motormaster / Smiling Quintesson (voice)
Victor Caroli ... Narrator (voice)
Philip L. Clarke ... Dead End (voice)

Regis Cordic ... Doubt Quintesson / Judge Deliberata (voice) (as Rege Cordic)
Ron Gans ... Drag Strip (voice)

Dick Gautier ... Rodimus Prime / Sweep (voice)
Ed Gilbert ... Blitzwing / Trooper Sullivan (voice)
Johnny Haymer ... Swindle (voice) (as John Haymer)
Buster Jones ... Blaster (voice)
Stan Jones ... Scourge (voice)
S. Marc Jordan ... Onslaught (voice)
John Moschitta Jr. ... Blurr (voice) (as John Moschitta)

Alan Oppenheimer ... Breakdown (voice)

Hal Rayle ... Sweep (voice)

Neil Ross ... Springer (voice)
Ted Schwartz ... Rodimus Prime (voice)
John Stephenson ... Kup / Outpost Officer (voice)

Frank Welker ... Galvatron / Wheelie / Sweep / Computer (voice)

Season 3, Episode 4: Five Faces of Darkness: Part 4

18 September 1986
Rodimus Prime goes on a "vision quest" inside the Matrix to learn the Quintessons' true role in the Transformers' origins. Meanwhile, Galvatron plans a two-pronged attack on Cybertron and Earth with his newest creation: Trypticon.

Charlie Adler ... Silverbolt / Guardian Prime / Pilot (voice)

Jack Angel ... Ultra Magnus / Sentinel Prime / Death Quintesson / Sweep (voice)

Michael Bell ... Scrapper / Primon (voice)

Gregg Berger ... Grimlock / Long Haul (voice)
Susan Blu ... Arcee / Marissa Faireborn (voice)

Corey Burton ... Spike Witwicky (voice)

Roger C. Carmel ... Motormaster / Cyclonus / Smiling Quintesson (voice)
Victor Caroli ... Narrator (voice)
Philip L. Clarke ... Dead End / Zeta Prime (voice) (as Phillip Clarke)

Regis Cordic ... Doubt Quintesson / Judge Deliberata (voice) (as Rege Cordic)

Peter Cullen ... Optimus Prime (voice)

Paul Eiding ... Perceptor (voice)

Brad Garrett ... Trypticon (voice)

Dick Gautier ... Rodimus Prime / Sweep (voice)
Johnny Haymer ... Swindle / Vortex (voice) (as John Haymer)
Milton James ... Blast Off / Prime Nova (voice) (as Milt Jamin)
Buster Jones ... Blaster (voice)
Stan Jones ... Scourge (voice)

Michael McConnohie ... Cosmos (voice)
John Moschitta Jr. ... Blurr (voice) (as John Moschitta)
Tony Pope ... Wreck-Gar (voice)

Neil Ross ... Springer / Prima (voice)
John Stephenson ... Kup (voice)

Frank Welker ... Galvatron / Wheelie / Mixmaster / Sweep (voice)

Season 3, Episode 5: Five Faces of Darkness: Part 5

19 September 1986
Titans clash as the Autobots and Decepticons battle for control of Cybertron, while Trypticon and Metroplex duel on Earth. And in the shadows, the Quintessons prepare their sinister endgame that will destroy them all.

Season 3, Episode 6: The Killing Jar

29 September 1986
A Quintesson scientist kidnaps Ultra Magnus, Wreck-Gar, Cyclonus, and Captain Faireborn for a series of twisted experiments. But greater concerns arise when the scientist's ship is damaged in an ion storm, causing it to drift helplessly through space.

Jack Angel ... Ultra Magnus (voice)
Susan Blu ... Marissa Faireborn (voice)

Roger C. Carmel ... Cyclonus (voice)

Dick Gautier ... Quintesson Scientist / Rodimus Prime (voice)

Aron Kincaid ... Quintesson Guard / Sky Lynx (voice)

Bill Martin ... Broadside (voice)
Tony Pope ... Wreck-Gar / Lippo the Clown (voice)

Bill Ratner ... Flint / Dashiell R. Faireborn (voice)

Frank Welker ... Galvatron (voice)

Season 3, Episode 7: Chaos

30 September 1986
In his younger days, Kup experienced his greatest personal failure when he encountered the alien monster known as Chaos. The beast's unique crystals are the deadliest element in the galaxy, attracting the attention of Galvatron, who plans to use them against the Autobots. When a human space station is destroyed, Kup is sent spiraling irrevocably toward a second confrontation with Chaos.

Jack Angel ... Astrotrain (voice)
Roger Behr ... Runamuck (voice)

Gregg Berger ... Grimlock (voice)
Philip L. Clarke ... Tantrum (voice)

Bud Davis ... Predaking (voice)
Laurie Faso ... Rampage / Divebomb (voice)

Ron Feinberg ... Headstrong (voice)
Milton James ... Blast Off (voice) (as Milt Jamin)

Casey Kasem ... Dread Slaves (voice)

Aron Kincaid ... Sky Lynx (voice) (as Aron Kindaid)
Joe Leahy ... Razorclaw (voice)
John Moschitta Jr. ... Blurr (voice) (as John Moschitta)
Tony Pope ... Wreck-Gar (voice)

Hal Rayle ... Skuxxoid (voice)
John Stephenson ... Kup (voice)

Frank Welker ... Wheelie / Galvatron (voice)

Season 3, Episode 8: Dark Awakening

1 October 1986
The several Autobots seek shelter to make repairs to their ship and find a Mosolium they built for their causalities. They discover that Optimus Prime is no longer in his tomb, they find him alive, trying to build an escape shuttle. Rodimus happily hands the matrix back to Optimus, but their former leader is not himself. Soon they'll discover who brought Optimus back and why.

Season 3, Episode 9: Starscream's Ghost

2 October 1986
After being exiled from the Decepticons, Octane has become a smuggler. While being hunted by the Sweeps, he inadvertently awakens the "ghost" of Starscream, who possesses Cyclonus and starts plotting his revenge.

Charlie Adler ... Silverbolt (voice)

Roger C. Carmel ... Cyclonus (voice)

Dick Gautier ... Rodimus Prime / Sweep (voice)

Jerry Houser ... Sandstorm / Junkyard / Sweep (voice)
Milton James ... Blast Off (voice) (as Milt Jamin)
Stan Jones ... Scourge (voice)
S. Marc Jordan ... Onslaught (voice)
Chris Latta ... Starscream / Sweep (voice)
Denise Mora ... Waitress (voice)

Hal Rayle ... Skuxxoid / Sweep (voice)
John Stephenson ... Kup (voice)

Beau Weaver ... Octane (voice)

Frank Welker ... Galvatron (voice)

Season 3, Episode 10: Thief in the Night

6 October 1986
While the Autobots believe him destroyed by Metroplex, Trypticon secretly regains his strength in the Socialist Democratic Federated Republic of Carbomya. With the help of the renegade triple-changer Octane the Decepticon duo glut themselves on super-energon refined from Carbomyan oil, prolonging their stay by appeasing the African nation's ruler Abdul Fakadi with an ongoing supply of stolen monuments from around the world. Galvatron and the Decepticons discover Trypticon's location and attempt to take over Carbomya outright, but the Autobots come to the rescue with the aid of the mighty Metroplex.

Gregg Berger ... Grimlock / Arab (voice)
Philip L. Clarke ... Abdul Fakkadi (voice)

Bud Davis ... Metroplex (voice)

Paul Eiding ... Perceptor / Indian Reporter (voice)
Laurie Faso ... Skydive / Private Dixon (voice)

Brad Garrett ... Trypticon (voice)

Dick Gautier ... Rodimus Prime (voice)

Dan Gilvezan ... Scamper (voice)

Casey Kasem ... Teletraan I (voice) (scenes deleted)

Aron Kincaid ... Sky Lynx (voice)

Maurice LaMarche ... Six-Gun (voice)

Bill Martin ... Broadside (voice)
Denise Mora ... Woman (voice)

Alan Oppenheimer ... Seaspray (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Air Raid (voice) (as Rob Paulson)

Beau Weaver ... Octane (voice)

Frank Welker ... Galvatron / Teletraan II / Russian Propagandist (voice)

Season 3, Episode 11: Forever Is a Long Time Coming

8 October 1986
The Autobots find an asteroid where Quintessons have made a time window back to the rebellion on Cybertron. The window is damaged in battle and several Autobots are trapped in the past while Alpha Trion is brought into the present.

Charlie Adler ... Silverbolt (voice)
Susan Blu ... Beta / Marissa Faireborn (voice)

Townsend Coleman ... Rewind (voice)

Regis Cordic ... Quintesson Judge (voice)

Paul Eiding ... Perceptor (voice)
Laurie Faso ... Skydive (voice)

Dick Gautier ... Rodimus Prime (voice)
Ed Gilbert ... Superion (voice)

John Hostetter ... Ramhorn (voice)
Buster Jones ... Blaster (voice)

Jeff MacKay ... Fireflight (voice)
John Moschitta Jr. ... Blurr (voice) (as John Moschitta)

Rob Paulsen ... Air Raid / Slingshot (voice) (as Rob Paulson)
Tony Pope ... Wreck-Gar / Inquirata / A3 (voice)

Hal Rayle ... Pipes / Quintesson Commander (voice)
John Stephenson ... Kup / Alpha Trion (voice)

Season 3, Episode 12: Surprise Party

9 October 1986
Daniel and Wheelie want to throw Ultra Magnus a surprise birthday party, but his creation date is unknown. They go in search of a missing storage asteroid containing Autobot archives, but are captured by Scourge and Cyclonus.

Season 3, Episode 13: Madman's Paradise

13 October 1986
Daniel and Grimlock fall through an old Quintesson portal into another world. They meet a red wizard who seeks to use Grimlock against the forces of his enemy the Golden One. The Autobots learn of their absence and send in a rescue team.

Jack Angel ... Ultra Magnus (voice)

Arlene Banas ... Ynara / Carly Witwicky (voice)

Gregg Berger ... Grimlock / Golden One (voice)

Corey Burton ... Spike Witwicky / Mara-Al-Utha (voice)

Townsend Coleman ... Rewind (voice)

Paul Eiding ... Perceptor / Golden One's pupil (voice)

Dick Gautier ... Rodimus Prime (voice)

John Hostetter ... Ramhorn (voice)
Buster Jones ... Blaster (voice)

David Mendenhall ... Daniel Witwicky (voice)

Frank Welker ... Groyle / Steeljaw (voice)

Season 3, Episode 14: Carnage in C-Minor

14 October 1986
The Decepticons discover a world where the people speak in music. Galvatron wants to find three of them so that their combined harmony can used to destroy Autobots.

Jack Angel ... Ultra Magnus / Basso Profundo (voice)

Arlene Banas ... Allegra (voice)

Paul Eiding ... Perceptor / Zebop Skandana / Eurythman communicator (voice)

Dan Gilvezan ... Hot Spot / Scamper (voice)
Buster Jones ... Blaster (voice)

Bill Martin ... Broadside (voice)

Neil Ross ... Bonecrusher / Hook (voice)

Frank Welker ... Galvatron / Soundwave (voice)

Season 3, Episode 15: Fight or Flee

15 October 1986
Weakened from battle, Cyclonus and Scourge escape through a mysterious space anomaly. After crashing on a planet, they are nursed to health by the pacifist robotic inhabitants, and take over their world.

Charlie Adler ... Silverbolt (voice)

Jack Angel ... Ultra Magnus (voice)

Roger C. Carmel ... Cyclonus / Bruticus (voice)
Laurie Faso ... Divebomb / Playback / Skydive (voice)

Dick Gautier ... Rodimus Prime (voice)
Ed Gilbert ... Superion (scenes deleted)

Jerry Houser ... Sandstorm (voice)
Stan Jones ... Scourge (voice)
Joe Leahy ... Razorclaw (voice)

Jeff MacKay ... Fireflight (voice)
John Moschitta Jr. ... Blurr (voice) (as John Moschitta)

Rob Paulsen ... Air Raid (voice) (as Rob Paulson)

Hal Rayle ... Shrapnel (voice)

Neil Ross ... Springer (voice)
Tony St. James ... Brawl (voice)
John Stephenson ... Kup (voice)

Frank Welker ... Galvatron / Wheelie (voice)

Season 3, Episode 16: Webworld

20 October 1986
Cyclonus is concerned about Galvatron's mental and emotional state and takes him to planet where he can get treatment.

Jack Angel ... Ultra Magnus / Quintesson #2 / Sweep (voice)

Roger C. Carmel ... Cyclonus / Motormaster (voice)

Regis Cordic ... Quintesson #1 (voice)

Paul Eiding ... Perceptor / Torkulon #1 (voice)
Johnny Haymer ... Swindle (voice) (as John Haymer)
Stan Jones ... Scourge / Torkulon #2 (voice)

Aron Kincaid ... Sky Lynx / Sweep (voice)

Neil Ross ... Springer (voice)

Frank Welker ... Galvatron / Soundwave / Ratbat / Sludge (voice)

Season 3, Episode 17: Ghost in the Machine

21 October 1986
In an effort to get his body back, Starscream's ghost possesses Scourge and makes a deal with Unicron to perform three tasks.

Charlie Adler ... Silverbolt (voice)

Jack Angel ... Ultra Magnus / Astrotrain (voice)
Roger Behr ... Runabout / Runamuck (voice)

Corey Burton ... Spike Witwicky (voice)

Roger C. Carmel ... Cyclonus / Unicron (voice)
Michael Chain ... Powerglide (voice)

Bud Davis ... Metroplex / Dirge (voice)

Dick Gautier ... Rodimus Prime (voice)
Ed Gilbert ... Thrust (voice)

Dan Gilvezan ... Bumblebee / Hot Spot (voice)
Buster Jones ... Blaster (voice)
Stan Jones ... Scourge (voice)

Aron Kincaid ... Sky Lynx (voice) (as Aron Kindaid)
Chris Latta ... Starscream / Sweep (voice)
John Moschitta Jr. ... Blurr (voice) (as John Moschitta)

Alan Oppenheimer ... Warpath (voice)

Neil Ross ... Springer (voice)
John Stephenson ... Kup (voice)

Frank Welker ... Galvatron / Groove (voice)

Season 3, Episode 18: The Dweller in the Depths

30 October 1986
The Quintesson trick the Decepticons into unleashing an underground trans-organic creature developed on Cybertron in the years before the Transformers.

Jack Angel ... Ultra Magnus / Sweep (voice)
Susan Blu ... Arcee (voice)

Roger C. Carmel ... Cyclonus / Quintesson Scientist (voice)

Regis Cordic ... Quintesson Commander

Paul Eiding ... Perceptor (voice)

Dick Gautier ... Rodimus Prime (voice)
Stan Jones ... Scourge / Sweep (voice)
Tony Pope ... Wreck-Gar / Quintesson Engineer (voice)

Neil Ross ... Springer (voice)
John Stephenson ... Kup (voice)

Frank Welker ... Galvatron / Sweep / Trans-Organics (voice)

Season 3, Episode 19: Nightmare Planet

31 October 1986
The Quintessons create a device that makes Daniel's nightmares attack both Autobots and Decepticons.

Jack Angel ... Ultra Magnus / Quintesson (voice)

Corey Burton ... Spike Witwicky (voice)
Philip L. Clarke ... Tantrum (voice)

Regis Cordic ... Quintesson

Bud Davis ... Predaking (voice)
Laurie Faso ... Divebomb / Rampage (voice)

Ron Feinberg ... Headstrong (voice)
Linda Gary ... Fairy-tale princess / Witch (voice)

Dick Gautier ... Rodimus Prime (voice)
Joe Leahy ... Razorclaw (voice)

David Mendenhall ... Daniel Witwicky (voice)

Neil Ross ... Springer (voice)

Frank Welker ... Galvatron (voice)

Season 3, Episode 20: The Ultimate Weapon

10 November 1986
First Aid quits the Autobots over his pacifism. This becomes a problem when Trypticon attacks a malfunctioning Metroplex.

Charlie Adler ... Silverbolt / Nul-A (voice)

Jack Angel ... Ultra Magnus (voice)

Michael Bell ... First Aid (voice)

Corey Burton ... Spike Witwicky (voice)

Roger C. Carmel ... Cyclonus / Motormaster (voice)

Regis Cordic ... Menasor (voice)

Peter Cullen ... Streetwise (voice)

Bud Davis ... Metroplex (voice)

Brad Garrett ... Trypticon (voice)

Dick Gautier ... Rodimus Prime (voice) (as Richard Gautier)

Dan Gilvezan ... Hot Spot / Scamper (voice)
Johnny Haymer ... Swindle / Vortex (voice)
Chris Latta ... Defensor / Slammer (voice)

David Mendenhall ... Daniel Witwicky (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Air Raid (voice)

Frank Welker ... Galvatron / Blades / Groove (voice)

Season 3, Episode 21: The Quintesson Journal

11 November 1986
The alien worlds Xetaxxis and Lanarq have been at war for thousands of years, and will destroy each other within a generation unless Rodimus Prime can convince their leaders to sue for peace. The Quintessons have been manipulating the conflict for personal gain, and have misplaced a journal that incriminates them. The Autobots must retrieve the journal before the peace talks break down, but the Decepticons are also seeking to acquire it.

Jack Angel ... Ultra Magnus / Quintesson #3 / Lanarqan (voice)

Gregg Berger ... Outback (voice)

Corey Burton ... Spike Witwicky / Chief Lanarqan (voice)

Roger C. Carmel ... Cyclonus / Quintesson #2 (voice)
Philip L. Clarke ... Tantrum (voice)

Regis Cordic ... Quintesson #1 (voice)

Bud Davis ... Predaking (voice)

Paul Eiding ... Perceptor / Quintesson Merchant (voice)
Laurie Faso ... Divebomb / Rampage (voice)

Ron Feinberg ... Aagar / Headstrong (voice)

Dick Gautier ... Rodimus Prime / Xetaxxin (voice)

John Hostetter ... Ramhorn (voice)
Buster Jones ... Blaster (voice)

Aron Kincaid ... Sky Lynx / Allicon (voice)
Joe Leahy ... Melkorr / Razorclaw (voice)

Frank Welker ... Galvatron / Steeljaw (voice)

Season 3, Episode 22: The Big Broadcast of 2006

12 November 1986
The Quintessons invade the planet Junkion and use subliminal messaging tactics to convince the Junkions to be efficient and tidy...and that all other races are their enemies. When the transmitter sending out the messages is damaged in a battle between the Autobots and Decepticons, the Junkions decide to send their message across the galaxy, leading to warfare erupting on numerous planets...

Charlie Adler ... Silverbolt (voice)

Jack Angel ... Ultra Magnus / Astrotrain / Omega Supreme / Quintesson #3 (voice)

Michael Bell ... First Aid / Junkion / Space-Age Jack (voice)

Corey Burton ... TV Salesman (voice)

Roger C. Carmel ... Cyclonus / Quintesson #2 (voice)

Regis Cordic ... Quintesson #1 (voice) (as Rege Cordic)

Dick Gautier ... Rodimus Prime (voice)
Ed Gilbert ... Superion / TV Presenter (voice)
Joy Grdnic ... Nancy / Aerobics Instructor / EDC Officer (voice)
Buster Jones ... Blaster / Soldier (voice)
Stan Jones ... Scourge (voice)

Aron Kincaid ... Sky Lynx (voice) (as Aron Kindaid)

Rob Paulsen ... Air Raid (voice) (as Rob Paulson)
Tony Pope ... Wreck-Gar / Cat People (voice)
John Stephenson ... Kup (voice)

Frank Welker ... Galvatron / Junkion / Delta Pavonis IV Cat (voice)

Season 3, Episode 23: Only Human

13 November 1986
Criminals get help from a mysterious person called "Snake." He has a device which transfers the personalities of Rodimus, Springer, and Arcee into human bodies. The criminals take the transformers bodies on a crime spree. The human Autobots must find a way to get their bodies back. Watch for a surprising twist for the masked person known as "Snake."

Jack Angel ... Ultra Magnus / Thug #1 / Thug #2 (voice)
Susan Blu ... Arcee / Michelle (voice)
Wally Burr ... EDC Officer / Reporter / Thug #3 (voice)
Philip L. Clarke ... Victor Drath / Head Thug (voice)

Paul Eiding ... Perceptor / Cultist (voice)

Dick Gautier ... Rodimus Prime (voice)
Buster Jones ... Blaster / Chief Turan (voice)
Chris Latta ... Cobra Commander / Thug #4 (voice)

Neil Ross ... Springer / Dutch (voice)

Season 3, Episode 24: Grimlock's New Brain

14 November 1986
While fighting the Decepticons, Grimlock bites some controls. The feedback boosts Grimlock's intelligence. When many of the Autobots are captured. Grimlock builds the Technobots, and makes a sacrifice so that his new creations will be better suited to fight the Terrorcons.

Season 3, Episode 25: Money Is Everything

17 November 1986
Captain Marissa Faireborn and the Technobots run afoul of a smuggler named Dirk Manus who is working with the Quintessons.

Season 3, Episode 26: Call of the Primitives

18 November 1986
Autobots and Decepticons with animal modes are summoned to battle an energy being named Tornedron.

Jack Angel ... Ultra Magnus / Sweep #6 (voice)

Michael Bell ... Swoop (voice)

Gregg Berger ... Grimlock / The Oracle (voice)
Philip L. Clarke ... Tantrum (voice)

Bud Davis ... Predaking (voice)

Marshall Efron ... Hun-Grrr (2nd head) (voice)

Ron Feinberg ... Headstrong (voice)

Brad Garrett ... Trypticon (voice)

Dick Gautier ... Rodimus Prime (voice) (as Richard Gautier)

John Hostetter ... Ramhorn (voice)
Buster Jones ... Blaster (voice)
Stephen Keener ... Hun-Grrr (voice)

Aron Kincaid ... Sky Lynx / Sweep #7 (voice)
Joe Leahy ... Razorclaw (voice)

Hal Rayle ... Primacron / Snarl (voice)

Neil Ross ... Tornedron / Springer / Slag (voice)
John Stephenson ... Kup (voice)

Frank Welker ... Galvatron / Wheelie / Blades / Soundwave (voice)

Season 3, Episode 27: The Burden Hardest to Bear

19 November 1986
Rodimus is having problems with all the responsibilities that come with being a leader. He is attacked by decepticons who manage to take the matrix from him, transforming him back into Hot Rod. The Autobots want to go after the decepticons right away to get the matrix back. But Hot Rod isn't as anxious. Scourge tries to give the matrix to Galvatron, but it doesn't work for him, Scourge uses the matrix on himself, and becomes more powerful, and attacks Galvatron, and then goes on a rampage. Hot Rod witnesses a sensei training a student, and learns a valuable lesson, and realizes what he has to do.

Charlie Adler ... Silverbolt (voice) (as Charles Adler)

Jack Angel ... Ultra Magnus / Astrotrain (voice)
Susan Blu ... Marissa Faireborn / Old Woman (voice)

Roger C. Carmel ... Cyclonus / Prime Minister of Japan (voice)
Philip L. Clarke ... Dead End / Kendo Sensei (voice)

Bud Davis ... Predaking (voice)

Dick Gautier ... Rodimus Prime / Hot Rod (voice)
Ed Gilbert ... Superion (voice)
Stan Jones ... Scourge (voice)

Aron Kincaid ... Sky Lynx (voice)
Chris Latta ... Defensor / Yamanote Engineer (voice)

Bill Martin ... Broadside (voice)

Terence McGovern ... Wildrider (voice)

Neil Ross ... Springer / Ozu (voice)
John Stephenson ... Kup (voice)

Frank Welker ... Galvatron / Sweep (voice)

Season 3, Episode 28: The Face of the Nijika

20 November 1986
A clash with Autobots forces Quintessons to flee. A Quadrant Lock is the Quintessons' only possibly refuge, but things go very wrong. The Autobots and the Quintessons find themselves unable to exit the Quadrant Lock the way they entered, and they aren't alone. It turns out that the entire planet Zimojin has spent thousands of years there because of the Quintessons. Naturally, the Zimojins still hold quite a grudge. The key to escape for all ultimately lies in Perceptor, but Katsudan inadvertently gives him trouble first.

Jack Angel ... Ultra Magnus / Katsu Don (voice)

Roger C. Carmel ... Cyclonus / Quintesson #2 (voice)

Regis Cordic ... Quintesson #1 (voice)

Paul Eiding ... Perceptor (voice)

Dick Gautier ... Rodimus Prime (voice)

Aron Kincaid ... Sky Lynx / Barbarian #1 (voice)
Mona Marshall ... Zamojin Empress (past) (voice)
Denise Mora ... Nijika / Zamojin Empress (present) (voice)
John Moschitta Jr. ... Blurr (voice) (as John Moschitta)

Frank Welker ... Galvatron / Niko Don / Brutalo (voice)

Season 3, Episode 29: The Return of Optimus Prime: Part 1

2 March 1987
A group of scientists find the body of Optimus Prime, and some spores that bring out aggressive tendencies with whomever makes contact with it. The scientists have a grudge against the Autobots, and use Optimus's body to lure them into a trap. As the spores spread through the Autobots and Decepticons, Rodimus orders Sky Lynx to find a Quintesson in a desperate attempt to bring Optimus Prime back to life.

Season 3, Episode 30: The Return of Optimus Prime: Part 2

3 March 1987
The spores have spread across the Galaxy. Optimus hopes to find a cure in the Matrix, which is inside Rodimus Prime, but Rodimus has been infected by the spores. Optimus must find a way to get the matrix, without becoming infected.

Jack Angel ... Cyclonus (voice)
Jered Barclay ... Dr. Gregory Swofford (voice)

Peter Cullen ... Optimus Prime / It (voice)

Dick Gautier ... Rodimus Prime / Hot Rod (voice)

Dan Gilvezan ... Goldbug (voice)
Stan Jones ... Scourge (voice)

Aron Kincaid ... Sky Lynx / Dr. Mark Morgan / Klementia (voice)
John Moschitta Jr. ... Blurr (voice) (as John Moschitta)
John Stephenson ... Kup / Alpha Trion (voice)

Frank Welker ... Galvatron / Throttlebot (voice)

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: The Rebirth: Part 1

9 November 1987
Some autobots are captured. The remaining Autobots team up with some rebels to free their friends, the rebels know all the weaknesses of their enemies machines. They merge with the Autobots to become Headmasters to free their friends.

Charlie Adler ... Triggerhappy / Silverbolt / Duros (voice)

Jack Angel ... Ultra Magnus / Cyclonus / Arcana (voice)
Jered Barclay ... Cerebros (voice) (as Jared Barclay)

Michael Bell ... Brainstorm / Gort (voice)
Susan Blu ... Arcee / Myra (voice) (as Sue Blu)
Steve Bulen ... Strafe / Searchlight / Sureshot (voice)

Corey Burton ... Spike Witwicky / Wideload / Old Nebulan Man (voice)
Victor Caroli ... Narrator (voice)

Peter Cullen ... Optimus Prime / Wingspan / Slugslinger (voice)

Dick Gautier ... Hot Rod / Apeface / Firebolt (voice)

Dan Gilvezan ... Goldbug / Rollbar / Snapdragon (voice)
Johnny Haymer ... Highbrow / Recoil (voice)
Stan Jones ... Scourge / Pounce / Weirdwolf (voice)
Stephen Keener ... Scattershot / Mindwipe / Hardhead (voice)
Danny Mann ... Lightspeed / Freeway / Cloudraker (voice)

David Mendenhall ... Daniel Witwicky (voice)
John Moschitta Jr. ... Blurr / Punch / Counterpunch (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Chase / Fastlane / Haywire (voice)

Neil Ross ... Crosshairs / Pointblank / Sixshot (voice)
John Stephenson ... Kup (voice)

Frank Welker ... Galvatron / Chromedome / Pinpointer (voice)

Season 4, Episode 2: The Rebirth: Part 2

10 November 1987
The HIVE forms an alliance with the Decepticons. Cyclonus allows the HIVE to modify the heads of the Animal Decepticons, so they can become Headmasters. The remaining Decepticons offer their weapons to become Targetmasters. After they face the Autobots, the rescued Autobots become Targetmasters.

Charlie Adler ... Duros / Triggerhappy / Vorath (voice)

Jack Angel ... Ultra Magnus / Cyclonus / Arcana (voice)
Jered Barclay ... Cerebros (voice) (as Jared Barclay)

Michael Bell ... Brainstorm / Gort (voice)
Susan Blu ... Arcee (voice) (as Sue Blu)
Steve Bulen ... Peacemaker / Sureshot (voice)

Corey Burton ... Spike Witwicky (voice)
Victor Caroli ... Narrator (voice)

Peter Cullen ... Optimus Prime / Nightstick / Slugslinger (voice)

Dick Gautier ... Apeface / Hot Rod / Firebolt (voice)
Johnny Haymer ... Highbrow / Recoil / Caliburst (voice)
Milton James ... Stylor / Grax / Aimless (voice) (as Milt Jamin)
Stan Jones ... Lord Zarak / Scourge / Misfire (voice)
Stephen Keener ... Hardhead / Mindwipe (voice)
Chris Latta ... Krunk / Skullcruncher (voice)
Danny Mann ... Cloudraker / Spoilsport (voice)

David Mendenhall ... Daniel Witwicky (voice)
John Moschitta Jr. ... Blurr / Punch / Blowpipe (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... Haywire (voice)

Neil Ross ... Crosshairs / Fracas / Poitblank (voice)
Tony St. James ... Spasma (voice)
John Stephenson ... Kup / Alpha Trion (voice)

Frank Welker ... Chromedome / Pinpointer (voice)

Season 4, Episode 3: The Rebirth: Part 3

11 November 1987
Optimus and Galvatron find out how their respective groups have been modified. Optimus welcomes his new found allies, While Galvatron wants nothing to do with them.

Charlie Adler ... Triggerhappy (voice)

Jack Angel ... Ultra Magnus / Cyclonus / Arcana (voice)
Jered Barclay ... Cerebros (voice) (as Jared Barclay)

Michael Bell ... Brainstorm / Gort (voice)
Susan Blu ... Arcee (voice) (as Sue Blu)
Steve Bulen ... Onslaught / Sureshot (voice)

Corey Burton ... Spike Witwicky (voice)
Victor Caroli ... Narrator (voice)

Peter Cullen ... Optimus Prime (voice)

Dick Gautier ... Hot Rod (voice)
Johnny Haymer ... Swindle / Highbrow (voice)
Milton James ... Blast Off / Grax (voice) (as Milt Jamin)
Stan Jones ... Lord Zarak / Scourge (voice)
Stephen Keener ... Fortress Maximus / Scorponok / Hardhead (voice)

David Mendenhall ... Daniel Witwicky (voice)

Neil Ross ... Crosshairs / Monzo / Fracas (voice)
John Stephenson ... Kup / Alpha Trion (voice)

Frank Welker ... Galvatron / Chromedome / Pinpointer (voice)

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