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Transformers Rescue Bots

The Transformers franchise has saturated the entertainment market with animated TV shows and live-action movies that appeal to grade-schoolers, adults, and nearly every age group in between. TRANSFORMERS RESCUE BOTS marks an attempt to tap into those younger kids who aren't quite ready for the violence in the classic cartoons but who still want to get in on the action. The good news is that what could have become a mere marketing ploy actually has a lot of standalone merit for youngsters, who will recognize the characters' efforts to look past their differences to find similarities that can help them become a stronger team.

Everything from the vibrant animation to the young human hero, Cody, reflects this show's determination to draw in a young crowd, and although there's still some peril involved in the team's rescues, none of it will frighten these youngsters. Instead they'll notice a spirit of cooperation, the dynamics of a team, and the positive rewards of bridging gaps to create positive relationships in unlikely places.



A good introduction to the Transformers franchise for younger audiences

TheLittleSongbird9 September 2013

Not the absolute best animated show of the Transformers franchise, that's still Transformers(1984). But it is a good, very good even, show, the most accessible to younger audiences of the Transformers animated shows(the movies as well) and a long way from a disgrace to Transformers no matter how unconventional it may be deemed to be. The animation may not be for all tastes, from a personal perspective the bounce, fluidity and colour will delight the main target audiences and most importantly it looks good. If anybody wants visual depth, look elsewhere like Transformers: Prime. Each of the episodes are well-scored, in a way that's appropriate and also so that it can be remembered easily. The main theme likewise. The writing also strikes the right balance, not too sophisticated and not too simplistic or childish, while it is easy for youngsters to understand it is handled intelligently. Parents and older fans will also appreciate the various continuity nods and media references, so there is definitely something for them too. The story lines admittedly are not very original and perhaps on the formulaic side, but they are fun and make sense with some themes that children and adults can relate to. Older fans will also appreciate how dark and violent the season one finale was, but the more dark and violent nature didn't juxtapose too much and there is no real reason why some would go and say "this is not for children", it's not quite of that kind. The characters are all engaging, the humans, robots and villains. We also have some terrific voice acting, Lacey Chabert, Steve Blum and Maurice LeMarche are pitch perfect and you cannot go wrong with appearances from Peter Cullen as the ultimate and definitive Optimus Prime and Tim Curry as a mad scientist. Overall, it's a good solid show that should be rated higher here. Not one to dismiss because it's aimed at a younger audience, it's a good introduction to youngsters and later on they can go onto darker, even more intelligently written and more conventional Transformers shows like the original one from 1984 and Transformers Prime. 8/10 Bethany Cox

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Indoctrination into blind legalism

ersbel14 August 2017

This is cheap indoctrination into legalism. The police is good. The bad don't listen to the police. But the god like police always catches them. Because they are good. And they catch the bad. Also some special beings like transformers are obviously important enough to be guarding the woods in the middle of nowhere for speeding drivers. And they serve the police. Because they are good too. And women are secondary. Because men do the violence. And women make the babies and the cooking. Right?

Also the animation is as good as the scripting. Meaning crap.

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Excellent transformers serise for 3-7 year olds

WeAreLive22 March 2018

Even though this is no Transformers prime and it is not aimed at my age but it is a great show for younger kids. Since it doesn't have any violence or guns.

Though the flashy animation is way too bright it's still pretty decent if you want to get your kids into Transformers.

I hope we see something similar with GI Joe one day.

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Transformers: Rescue Bots, Original take of Transformers

Terryfan8 August 2015

Transformers: Rescue Bots is targeted to a younger fan group of Transformers and to help introduce them to the Transformers but it does allow for the adult fans to watch it with their children.

The plot of the series centers around Four Autobots: Heatwave (Voiced by Steve Blum), Chase (Voiced by D.C. Douglas), Blades (Voiced by Parvesh Cheena) and Boulder (Voiced by Imari Williams) are given the mission by Optimus Prime (Voiced by Peter Cullen) to learn about Earth, about humans and serve and protected.

Along with their human allies Chief Charlie Burns (Voiced by Maurice LaMarche, and his family Cody Burns (Voiced by Elan Garfias, Dani Burns (Voiced by Lacey Chabert), Kade Burns (voiced by Jason Marsden) and Graham Burns (voiced by Shannon McKain)

The series also feature guest stars such as LeVar Burton, Jeff Bennett, Kath Soucie, Mark Hamill, Michael Bell,Katherine McNamara,Tim Curry, Stacy Darrow, Dee Bradley Baker, Jim Cummings, Roger Craig Smith

The stories for the show do work for both kids and adults with having both serious and humor but along with making the show work.

Also the creative written does present some funny one liners so the writers have done something right.

Voice acting is pretty talented as well and good we got Transformers Vets returning to work in The Transformers.

Animation is original and only the best way to give it a understanding is to watch it for yourself.

What I like best about the series is the theme song and intro it is very catchy and the lyrics work for the show there are times I replay the song over and over because I enjoy it that much.

If you're a fan give Transformers: Rescue Bots a try you might be surprised.

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"Transformers: Rescue Bots – Roll to the Rescue" perfect entertainment for toddlers and children too young for the live-action movies and "Prime" show

ersinkdotcom2 October 2012

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Hasbro takes a page from Marvel for their new television show "Transformers: Rescue Bots." They make the Robots in Disguise look cuter and more toddler friendly to grab that audience. It's something toy manufacturers and television producers have been doing for decades. Anybody remember "Muppet Babies," "Tiny Toons," "The Flintstone Kids," or "A Pup Named Scooby-Doo?"

"Transformers: Rescue Bots" brings the metallic heroes to the town of Griffin Rock, Maine. Each of the four Transformers take on the forms of a bulldozer, fire engine, helicopter, and police car. Chase, Heatwave, Blades, and Boulder are recruited by Optimus Prime to assist a police chief, firefighter, helicopter pilot, and engineer fight fires, aliens, and other dangers.

The show is perfect for younger children and geared to them. However, most Transformers fans will enjoy the show for what it is. It moves at a quick pace and is entertaining yet simple. Like most animated shows these days, there's a message of some type for kids.

This would fit in perfectly with "The Superhero Squad" on Saturday mornings. The animation is similar but still has its own flavor mixed with it. It's colorful and fun to look at, which is perfect for its target viewers.

"Transformers: Rescue Bots" will keep children and their parents enthralled with quality family-friendly adventures featuring everyone's favorite robots.

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All the fun of giant transforming robots without the mega-violence

VideoJordan20 November 2013

We watched this show with a 4 year old obsessed with fire fighters. It was a great transitional show for him. As a parent, I thought the messages in the show were pretty positive. I also appreciate that they had cool mega robots that weren't engaged in violent activity. My son liked the plot, the characters (both robot and kid) and most of all, the giant transforming robots.


  • No serious guns or violence

  • Giant transforming robots


  • Would have liked to see more use of the female characters

  • The toys that accompany the series certainly encourage consumerism.

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Wonderful Introduction to the World of Transformers!

velocity5028 March 2016

This show is absolutely a surprise. I watched it out of curiosity, and I've been blown away by the clever writing. It's obvious that the writers are lovers of the Transformers lore and franchise. The show strays away from violence, even avoiding the word "death" or "die" whenever possible, but even though the show itself isn't that violent, it is obvious that the universe presented is connected to the universe opened up in Transformers: Prime and Transformers: Robots in Disguise, where peril exists, violence exists, and, most of all, Decepticons exist! In Rescue Bots, we get references to the Transformers lore that work as fun easter eggs for Transformers fans, as well as alluding the possibility of there being "more than meets the eye" to the world that is being presented. The references range from Unicron to Alpha Trion himself! The show even gives us fun movie references, such as E.T., Jaws, Back to the Future, and Aliens!

This show has such well written characters who have interesting personalities that get tested, strengthened, and even grown in the course of the three seasons the show has had so far. We have BLADES, afraid of heights but proving that he's brave enough to face his fears when others are in need. We have BOULDER, homesick for Cybertron but in awe of the wonders and beauty of Earth. We see HEATWAVE, the strong-willed and often arrogant leader of the Rescue Bots who grows fond of the Burns family and will put anyone's life before his own. Lastly, we have CHASE, a law enforcer who follows everything down to protocol, but learns to act on his own will as a Rescue Bot when protocol is not enough.

Along with the Rescue Bots, we have the Burns family, Kade, Cody, Dani, Graham, and Chief Burns, who work alongside the bots, teaching the Autobots while learning from them at the same time. The show demonstrates growth in the characters, both robot and human, while placing challenges and obstacles in their way that reveal vulnerabilities and flaws. No one is perfect, and children watching the show can see that not every person has good intentions, as several characters in the show want nothing but money and power (i.e. Dr. Morocco).

So, as a lover of storytelling and Transformers, I say that this show is perfect for young viewers and Transformers fans alike. Yes, Griffin Rock is the least safe city I've seen in a kid's show. I even nickname it "Murphy's Island", a reference to Murphy's Law, as every event going on in the show goes horribly wrong somehow, and literally nothing and no one is safe from danger. But the writing and character design separates Rescue Bots from shows like Transformers: Prime, which suffered from poor character writing and design (in my opinion). Who knows...maybe we'll get to see First Aid, a Protectobot from Transformers G1! Can't wait for season 4!

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Tried and missed...

valfaro3429 December 2012

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I feel that the writers tried to direct the show towards a younger audience, but at the same time they missed. The drawings are cute, but the women are all very curvy. The mayor is a middle aged heavy set man and his wife is a skinny, busty, super model type woman which I feel is a little much for a child's show. They also have a "Miss Griffin Rock" competition in which all the women are in bikinis and of course the mayor is hosting it. I am a little disappointed that they are pushing innuendo into a young children's show, almost all main women characters are drawn curvy. I might sound a bit extreme, but I feel like this show is a bad example for kids, like women are supposed to look a certain way and the men are supposed to look strong and have square jaws and 6 packs. I don't understand why animation people do this, I thought it was supposed to be directed towards children, not adults. My kids were watching it and I had them watch something else, kids are like sponges and we need to be careful about what they absorb. Anyways, I feel Transformers Prime is way better! :-)

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I hate this show

binky-309261 January 2018

Guess I got spoiled by Transformers Prime, because this show sucks. Characters suck, voice acting sucks(except Peter Cullen of course). Stereotypical garbage. Basically one family runs the town. Can't stand the guy with the fire truck (Cade, I think). Just no.

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bwancup8 November 2020

This is the best show I've ever watched. I've seen many award winning films and read many award winning books, but this show is by far the BEST show I have ever seen!! It has everything! Sci-fi, action, drama, it's perfect! I love it!

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Transformers Rescue Bots

sean_receiver1 January 2013

My 5 y.o. loves this show. He's seen all 23 episodes and wants to watch them again. For a kid that is into robots or space themed stories, the Transformers Rescue Bots is a home run hit. The stories are innocuous and with just enough "danger" to make the little ones care about the happenings. Remember the target audience and don't expect the whole family to be enthralled, but it won't make the adults groan too often. To help make it more interesting for the grown ups, we try to figure out the voice actors and there are some good ones on display for Transformers Rescue Bots. No extreme violence, though and mild, measured language. Show it to your kids without fear.

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My family can't wait for season two!

samgina-terrell2 October 2013

My oldest son first became interested in Rescue Bots when my husband and I purchased the Rescue Bots game for his LeapPad. Since then he has seen all the episodes (numerous times) and hasn't got sick of viewing them yet. I do not have the same concerns as a previous parent/reviewer who commented about the women being too curvy and men looking too strong with square jaws and six packs. My son is four (turning five next month) and the only thing he "sponges" from this show is the importance of helping and saving others. He sees how the Rescue Bots and the "Griffin Rock team" (the police chief, firefighter, helicopter pilot, etc) go out of their way to help and save the people who live in Griffin Rock. I always try to ask my son questions about the shows or movies he watches. Sometimes you'll be surprised to know your child has "sponged" something unexpected, like the act of kindness of others.

My son wants to be a Rescue Bot (even the whole family joins in) so he can help mom, dad, brother, even his small town. I'm very pleased with Rescue Bots and we can't wait for season two!!

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A child's tv show for the whole family

leila-clarke1710 May 2019

We first discovered this show a few years ago on a rainy day and have returned to it many times since then. It's a great show and has a bit of everything in it - it's full of adventure and danger, a little scary and the characters are good too, plus it's a good introduction to transformers. 10/10

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Creative Children Show

j-melanie2421 September 2014

For a children show it's very well done.Yeah I know it not deep like prime,but it isn't dumb down.Wonderful writing and charming characters.Both humans and the bots.RB goes to show you that Transformers can be worth watching without cons . It a great show okay maybe not great.However it not that bad, so what if it doesn't have any cons.It still got it own villains.SO STOP HATING just because it has no cons.GROW UP!.Okay I need to add more words because the website said so.I prefer RB over TFP. I Prime is good and all, but light and fluffy show are more for me.PS light and fluffy doesn't equal dopey.Come IMDb what more do you want. Isn't this enough for you guys.No I guess not.I like all the characters especially Blades and Heatwave. Blades is cute.I mean come even you haters can agree.

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Great for little kids

summerooskis7919 October 2014

My 2 & 3 year old boys absolutely love this show! Even I don't mind watching it with them when it is on. The music is cute and the characters are sweet/funny. The theme song is awesome and the background music is sweet. It is a great action show for little boys!

I prefer they watch this instead of the other Transformer shows as it is innocent and age appropriate for them. Optimus Prime & Bumblebee make appearances throughout the series. There are only two seasons out. so far. I am hoping they keep this show going. Check out the cast, too! If you were a child of the 80's/90's, you are sure to recognize some of the people! I was pleasantly surprised! :-)

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Transformers: Rescue Bots

Title Release Date Episodes Roll To The Rescue[13]October 2, 2012
  • "Family of Heroes" (season 1, episode 1)
  • "Under Pressure" (season 1, episode 2)
  • "Hotshots" (season 1, episode 3)
  • "Flobsters on Parade" (season 1, episodes 4)
  • "The Alien Invasion of Griffin Rock" (season 1, episode 5)
  • "Four Bots and a Baby" (season 1, episode 7)
Energize[14]June 11, 2013
  • "Cody on Patrol" (season 1, episode 6)
  • "Walk on the Wild Side" (season 1, episode 8)
  • "Christmas in July"(season 1, episode 9)
  • "Deep Trouble" (season 1, episode 10)
  • "Return of the Dinobot" (season 1, episode 11)
Griffin Rock Rescue[15]October 22, 2013
  • "The Other Doctor" (season 1, episode 12)
  • "The Reign of Morocco" (season 1, episode 13)
  • "Small Blessings" (season 1, episode 14)
  • "The Griffin Rock Triangle" (season 1, episode 15)
  • "Rules and Regulations" (season 1, episode 16)
Heroes on the Scene[16]March 18, 2014
  • "The Lost Bell" (season 1, episode 17)
  • "You've Been Squilshed" (season 1, episode 19)
  • "Little White Lies" (season 1, episode 22)
  • "Shake Up" (season 1, episode 23)
  • "Rescue Boy" (season 1, episode 24)
Mystery Rescue[17]September 2, 2014
  • "Countdown" (season 1, episode 20)
  • "The Haunting of Griffin Rock" (season 1, episode 21)
  • "Spellbound" (season 2, episode 5)
  • "Blame the Gremlins" (season 2, episode 8)
  • "Feed the Beast" (season 2, episode 9)
Jurassic Adventure[18]February 10, 2015
  • "Family of Heroes" (season 1, episode 1)
  • "Return of the Dinobot" (season 1, episode 11)
  • "What Lies Below" (season 2, episode 10)
  • "What Rises Above" (season 2, episode 11)
  • "In Search of the Griffin's Nest" (season 2, episode 16)
  • "Movers and Shakers" (season 2, episode 20)
Return of the Heroes[19]May 12, 2015
  • "Bumblebee to the Rescue" (season 1, episode 18)
  • "Bot to the Future" (season 1, episode 26)
  • "A Virtual Disaster" (season 2, episode 6)
  • "Changes" (season 2, episode 19)
  • "Rise of the Heroes" (season 2, episode 24)
Dinobots[20]August 25, 2015
  • "Land Before Prime" (season 3, episode 1)
  • "Big Game" (season 3, episode 2)
  • "Quarry vs. Quarry" (season 3, episode 11)
  • "Did You See What I Thaw?" (season 3, episode 13)
  • "The Attack of Humungado" (season 3, episode 14)
Adventures in Time and Space[21]February 23, 2016
  • "It's a Bot Time" (season 1, episode 25)
  • "Unfinished Business" (season 3, episode 5)
  • "Switcheroo" (season 3, episode 8)
  • "Time After Time" (season 3, episode 16)
  • "The Last of Morocco" (season 3, episode 19)
Heroes of Tech[22]June 21, 2016
  • "One For The Ages" (season 2, episode 3)
  • "Space Bots" (season 2, episode 12)
  • "The Island Of Misfit Tech" (season 2, episode 13)
  • "Too Many Kades" (season 3, episode 3)
  • "I Have Heard The Robots Singing" (season 3, episode 26)
Battle for Justice[23]October 25, 2016
  • "Rescue Dog" (season 2, episode 18)
  • "The Griffin Rock Express" (season 2, episode 22)
  • "Double Villainy" (season 2, episode 23)
  • "Bugs In The System" (season 3, episode 7)
  • "Pirates Ahoy" (season 3, episode 17)
Protect and Explore[24]February 21, 2017
  • "Tip Of The Iceberg" (season 2, episode 4)
  • "Buddy System" (season 2, episode 15)
  • "No Place Like Dome" (season 3, episode 6)
  • "Thieves Like Us" (season 3, episode 15)
  • "The New Recruits" (season 3, episode 20)
Rescue Family[25]June 20, 2017
  • "Road Trip" (season 2, episode 1)
  • "Odd Bot Out" (season 2, episode 21)
  • "Chief Woodrow" (season 3, episode 12)
  • "More Than Meets the Eye" (season 3, episode 25)
  • "Prescott's Bots" (season 2, episode 7)
Outdoor Adventures[26]January 30, 2018
  • "The Riders Of Midwinter" (season 3, episode 9)
  • "Phantom Of The Sea" (season 3, episode 4)
  • "Turning The Tide" (season 3, episode 18)
  • "A New Hero" (season 3, episode 22)
  • "Endangered Species" (season 3, episode 24)
Team Rescue Bots![27]May 22, 2018
  • "Sky Forest" (season 2, episode 2)
  • "The Vigilant Town" (season 2, episode 14)
  • "Bots and Robbers" (season 2, episode 17)
  • "Rescue Bots Academy" (season 3, episode 21)
  • "A New Hero" (season 3, episode 22)
  • "Four-Legged Hero" (season 3, episode 23)
  • "Bot-Tastic Voyage" (season 3, episode 10)
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Transformers: Rescue Bots

Transformers: Rescue Bots
Follow the adventure of four young transformers, Heatwave, Chase, Blades and Boulder, and their human counterparts: a family of emergency responders.
Starring:Lacey Chabert, Elan Garfias, Maurice LaMarche
Creators:Nicole Dubuc, Brian Hohlfeld, Jeff Kline


Transformers: Rescue Bots

Watch Family of Heroes. Episode 1 of Season 1.

The Bots start their new mission, protecting the high-tech island of Griffin Rock, while learning from and working with a family of humans.

Watch Under Pressure. Episode 2 of Season 1.

The Bots try to convince their new human partners of their value when Cody, the youngest member of the Burns family, finds himself in jeopardy.

Watch Hotshots. Episode 3 of Season 1.

Dani gives Blades a new piece of equipment that puts them both on the front lines. But their sudden hotshot status threatens to unravel the team.

Watch Flobsters on Parade. Episode 4 of Season 1.

A swarm of lobsters overruns the annual Griffin Rock summer festival. But Chase, Blades and Boulder have to battle them without Heatwave's help.

Watch The Alien Invasion of Griffin Rock. Episode 5 of Season 1.

A nosy reporter attempts to prove that aliens have invaded Griffin Rock, causing panic and threatening to expose the Rescue Bots' secret.

Watch Walk on the Wild Side. Episode 6 of Season 1.

After Boulder learns about humans and their domesticated friends, he decides that the Rescue Bots need an animal mascot, too.

Watch Cody on Patrol. Episode 7 of Season 1.

Cody supercharges his new go-kart so he can be a part of all the rescues. But in the process, he unleashes a swarm of futuristic nanites.

Watch Four Bots and a Baby. Episode 8 of Season 1.

The Bots become unlikely baby sitters when Cody enlists their help to take care of Doc Greene's new prototype: a lifelike robo-baby.

Watch Christmas in July. Episode 9 of Season 1.

When a snow machine goes haywire, Cody, his family and the Bots have to battle a blizzard, dig out the town and save Frankie.

Watch Deep Trouble. Episode 10 of Season 1.

While the Bots are deep-sea fishing, a shark starts attacking their equipment, and the team realizes that the beast may be more than it appears to be.

Watch Return of the Dino Bot. Episode 11 of Season 1.

To guard his lab from a mysterious intruder, Doc Greene reprograms the ferocious Dino Bot -- with disastrous consequences for Griffin Rock.

Watch The Other Doctor. Episode 12 of Season 1.

A new scientist on the island threatens to replace the Burns family and their Bots.

Watch The Reign of Morocco. Episode 13 of Season 1.

When the MorBot replaces the Rescue Bots as the protector of Griffin Rock, Cody has to find proof of Dr. Morocco's villainy.

Watch Small Blessings. Episode 14 of Season 1.

When a technological mishap miniaturizes the Bots, the Burns family must attempt to work without their partners.

Watch The Griffin Rock Triangle. Episode 15 of Season 1.

Tenacious Cody finds a clue to a decades-old mystery and makes a startling underwater discovery.

Watch Rules and Regulations. Episode 16 of Season 1.

When Cody and Chief go away on a camping trip, the Bots disobey Chief's orders and soon find themselves facing dangerous consequences.

Watch The Lost Bell. Episode 17 of Season 1.

A storm leaves Cody and the Rescue Bots stranded on an island where they uncover the answer to a centuries-old mystery.

Watch Bumblebee to the Rescue. Episode 18 of Season 1.

When a meteor affects the Rescue Bots, they get help from an unexpected visitor: Bumblebee.

Watch You've Been Squished!. Episode 19 of Season 1.

Graham's decision to leave the Rescue Team is put on hold when a giant glob of green goo runs amok on Griffin Rock.

Watch Countdown. Episode 20 of Season 1.

When the residents of Griffin Rock begin to disappear, it's up to Cody and the Bots to figure out why before they vanish, too.

Watch The Haunting of Griffin Rock. Episode 21 of Season 1.

The Rescue Bots find themselves battling unlikely foes: ghosts from Griffin Rock's past, who've returned to terrorize the island's inhabitants.

Watch Little White Lies. Episode 22 of Season 1.

The Rescue Team searches for a missing Chief and Chase, unaware that the two are trapped in an underground mine.

Watch Shake-Up. Episode 23 of Season 1.

When mysterious earthquakes shake the island, the Rescue Bots step up to save the day. Unfortunately, Francine Greene records it all on camera.

Watch Rescue Boy. Episode 24 of Season 1.

Using a new techno-suit designed to protect him on rescue missions, Cody gains fame as an unlikely superhero: Rescue Boy.

Watch It's a Bot Time. Episode 25 of Season 1.

When Doc Greene experiments with a long-hidden time machine, the Bots, Cody and Frankie make an unexpected trip back to 1939 Griffin Rock.

Watch Bot to the Future. Episode 26 of Season 1.

After time-traveling to 1939, Cody, Frankie and the Rescue Bots return home to find that Griffin Rock has morphed into Moropolis.

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Transformers: Rescue Bots (franchise)

This article is about the real-world franchise. For the titular characters, see Rescue Bot.
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Transformers: Rescue Bots is a Transformers franchise marketed to the ages 3-5 demographic. The fiction and play pattern of the franchise focus on the activities of the Autobots and humans in the Rescue Bots, who promote teamwork and cooperation in rescuing people. It is part of Playskool's Playskool Heroesmulti-property brand.

The Rescue Bots franchise consists of:

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