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Though it previously aired in the UK last Sunday, the 33rd episode of the new Transformers: Robots in Disguise cartoon has aired on Cartoon Network in the U.S. Titled "Misdirection", this episode brings us back to our old Decepticon pal Steeljaw as we catch up with what he's been up to since we last saw him discovering a ship full of other Decepticons. Steeljaw has plans for the scrapyard, but is there something else going on? Meanwhile, Bumblebee, Strongarm, and Grimlock confront the new Decepticon co-leader Scorponok and the returning speedster Crazybolt. But, as the title suggests, could there be more to what's happening than there appears to be? Some kind of deception afoot? To find out, let's rev up and roll out!
Episode link --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wNRSZFZRdow
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