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T.M.I. (2011)

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Miko and Bulkhead snuck into a monster truck rally together. A week or so later, they were reviewing the footage Miko had taken on her phone when Bulkhead was called into the field to help secure a Cybertronian data cylinder. He was, of course, followed by Miko, and during the battle she inadvertently activated the cylinder, discharging it into Bulkhead's brain. Though at first Bulkhead seemed fine, he began writing complex equations for synthetic energon, and it rapidly became clear that the cylinder's energy was overwriting his mind. While the other Autobots attempted to secure the cylinder, Miko tried to help Bulkhead retain his memories by taking him to the monster truck track. They were found there by Knock Out and Breakdown, who tried to take Bulkhead's head, but during the attempt, Miko again triggered the energy to discharge from Bulkhead into the sky. Bulkhead was left in a comatose state until Miko managed to wake him with her guitar playing.

Reference: There are several references in this episode. In the beginning of the series a monster truck announces declares the trucks are "the baddest beast machines on the planet." The design of the data cylinders are very similar to the Space Bridge pillars from Transformers: Dark of the Moon, as well as the Quintesson Journal from Transformers: Generation 1. Bulkhead's method of painting the formula is a possible reference to Transformers Animated Bulkhead. This also loosely refers to Sam's behavior in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen after getting zapped by an AllSpark shard. Perceptor's name is also briefly mentioned in Bulkhead's rambling. Lugnut was also mentioned by Ratchet briefly, another reference to Transformers Animated.

Fact: Miko is the only Autobot human ally who appeared in this episode.

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Whole or part of the information contained in this card come from the Wikipedia article "List of Transformers: Prime episodes", licensed under CC-BY-SA full list of contributors here.