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This morning, the 71st episode of the Transformers: Robots in Disguise Combiner Force cartoon aired on Cartoon Network in the U.S. (after having first aired in the UK last weekend). Titled "Freedom Fighters", this episode is Part 2 of the two-part series finale. Last time, Optimus Prime, Drift, Windblade, Jazz, and Ratchet all joined up with the Bee Team and Bulkhead to recruit them for a special mission. The High Council on Cybertron has mind-controled the entire planet and is planning a Cybertronian invasion of Earth. While Optimus and his All-Stars remained on Earth to fend off the invasion, the Bee Team (and Steeljaw) headed to Cybertron to take down the Council once and for all. Now, the Bee Team must unite into Ultra Bee once last time to overcome their greatest challenge yet: Cyclonus's mighty combined form of Galvatronus! The fates of Cybertron and Earth hang in the balance! Who will win in this mighty clash of titans? To find out, let's rev up and roll out!
Episode 71 - http://kimcartoon.me/Cartoon/Transformers-Robots-in-Disguise-2015-Season-4/Episode-26
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