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The 88th episode of Transformers: Rescue Bots has aired on Discovery Family. Titled "All Spark Day", this episode features the titular Cybertronian holiday of All Spark Day, on which day Cybertronians celebrate their being alive. Everyone wants to celebrate the day on Earth, except for Heatwave, who for some reason objects to the holiday. Meanwhile, as Doc Greene makes his own preparations for the celebration, his infant daughter CeCe comes in contact with her father's Minimizer device set to reverse, inadvertently maximizing herself to ginormous proportions. In a loving homage to Honey, I Blew Up the Kid, the giant CeCe runs amok through town leaving disaster in her wake. Can the team stop the rampaging CeCe from destroying the town and its All Spark Day festivities? To find out, let's roll to the rescue!
Episode 88 --> http://kisscartoon.me/Cartoon/Transformers-Rescue-Bots-Season-4/Episode-10
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