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The 95th episode of Transformers: Rescue Bots has aired on Discovery Family, and boy is it a continuity doozy! Titled "Uninvited Guest", Bumblebee unexpectedly arrives at the mainland Training Center where he reveals to the Bots that he's not only gotten his voice back (voiced by Will Friedle!), but now has a new team and new mission of his own. Yep, this means that Rescue Bots season 4 now takes place concurrently with season 1 of Robots in Disguise, which now means that RID takes place roughly three years after Transformers: Prime! However, along with Bumblebee comes another unexpected arrival: A vicious intruder that seeks to feast upon the Bots' energon. Can Bumblebee and Blades stop this monster alone? To find out, let's roll to the rescue!
Episode 95 --> http://kisscartoon.me/Cartoon/Transformers-Rescue-Bots-Season-4/Episode-17
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