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The 31st episode of the new Transformers: Robots in Disguise series has aired on Cartoon Network. Titled "Cover Me", this episode brings us back to the Stealth Team of Optimus, Sideswipe, Windblade, Drift, Jetstorm, and Slipstream as they track a Decepticon signature in a faraway canyon. During their search for the nefarious Razorpaw, Optimus's condition remains ever-present and becomes the focus of Windblade's main concern. However, as her growing concern for Optimus begins to jeopardize the mission and general safety of her whole team, and which is made even worse when the team comes under attack by Razorpaw's Mini-Con underlings. Can the Away Team overcome these risks that surround them on all sides? To find out, let's rev up and roll out!
Episode link --> http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x3yup4r
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