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  • As for what I like about this episode, for one, the fights are executed quite well - especially the Dinobot vs
  • Definitely one of the series' most exceptional fights
  • Much of what happens in this episode is followed up later in the season with, in my opinion, the series' finest episode, Code of Hero

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      Beast Wars - Maximal, No More is one of my favorite episodes of the series, in part because it focuses heavily on Dinobot, but also because it is a well handled episode that is enjoyable to watch time and again. This episode serves as a follow-up to the events that transpired in “Coming of the Fuzors, Part 1″ when Dinobot stole two golden discs. Dinobot realizes in this episode that he judged Megatron too quickly when the ship crashed on

      what he believed to be was the wrong planet.

      Also in this episode, it is made clear that Dinobot is aware of Megatron’s ultimate plan - the real reason he wanted to come to prehistoric Earth. I suppose these two factors, in the mind of Dinobot, that was enough reason to switch sides yet again and join up with Megatron and the Predicons.

      Although I find the reasons for Dinobot’s changing of allegiances to be passable, I do have to ...


      • wonder how Optimus could ever trust him again. As for what I like about this episode, for one, the fights are executed quite well - especially the Dinobot vs.

        Quickstrike fight, which contains not only robot vs. robot, but beast vs.

        beast as well. It also ends quite brutally.

        Definitely one of the series’ most exceptional fights. I also found the conversations that took place between Megatron and Dinobot.

        It is most definitely a different dynamic than the one that

        exists between Optimus and Dinobot. The last five minutes of the episode are especially good as it at last gives Dinobot the opportunity to do away with Rattrap - someone he claims he cannot stand and solidify his place in Megatron’s army.

        It is a very well executed scene that is the highlight of an already superb episode. Much of what happens in this episode is followed up later in the season with, in my opinion, the series’ finest episode, “Code of Hero”.




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