|Based on||"Lost Thing"|
|Adapted by||Janelle Cherrington|
|Original story by||Mitchell Kriegman|
Ojo is upset when she loses her favorite toy, Snow Bear. Bear comforts her that lost things turn up, and Tutter offers his help. He and Ojo go on a hunt throughout the Big Blue House and find many lost things. Eventually, it's Treelo who comes up with an idea to help find Snow Bear.
This board-book combines photos of the characters with original illustrations.
Lost and Found
|Game:||Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|
|Location:||Ocean Beach, Vice City|
|Unlocks:||In the Air Tonight|
Vic goes to Lance's apartment who informs him of enemy, Jerry Martinez, going to kidnap his girlfriend Louise Cassidy-Williams again as she's soon getting out of hospital. Vic drives to the hospital in Downtown and picks up Louise from the hospital while asking her about wanting to do something fun, he receives a message from Lance who says he's trapped in a burning building and wants Vic to bring a helicopter. Vic and Louise take the helicopter on the roof of the hospital and Vic flies over to Ocean Beach where Lance is seen in a roof up in flames. He has been attacked by Martinez's goons who took his money and wants to get them back as the Martinez goons are escaping in boats. Vic flies over the boats as Lance from the chopper fires and kills all the goons. Afterward he jumps on the boat with his money and leaves while Vic takes Louise back to her sister's apartment in Little Havana.
(Lance and Vic at Lance's apartment.)
Lance Vance: Hey, Vic... is Louise still in the hospital?
Victor Vance: Yeah, but she'll be getting out soon.
Lance Vance: That's good. Look, we got a big deal coming down today. I'm gonna need you there.
Victor Vance: Wait a minute. Why are you asking about Louise?
Lance Vance: Take it easy. It's just that... You know, Martinez called and he said that he's gonna "pay her a visit", and I don't think he means to take some fruit.
Victor Vance: What?
Lance Vance: Look, the hospital's got security. She'll be fine. Let's you and me just go make some money.
Victor: You're kidding, right?
Lance Vance: Oh, man, get your priorities in order.
(Vic goes to pickup Louise from the hospital.)
Victor Vance: Louise... Heh, you look good.
Louise Cassidy-Williams: Thanks. I feel good.
Victor Vance: You know, for a while, I thought I'd lost you.
Louise Cassidy-Williams: I thought I'd lost you.
Victor Vance: Look, I was angry. I shouldn't have said what I did.
'Louise Cassidy-Williams: Me neither.
Victor Vance: You wanna do something fun? No business, just me and you?
(Vic receives a message on pager.)
Victor Vance: Aw, nuts, it's Lance. What the hell?! "Trapped in a burning building - bring a helicopter"? What can I do?
Louise Cassidy-Williams: Business can be fun. There's a helicopter on the roof of the hospital. We could take that.
(Vic and Louise in a helicopter fly to Ocean Beach.)
Louise Cassidy-Williams: There's the building. I can't see Lance, though. Get in closer. There he is!
(Vic lands on the roof and Lance appears.)
Victor Vance: Get in, you idiot!
Louise Cassidy-Williams: What happened?
Lance Vance: Did you run into any trouble? No? Well, I did. Martinez set us up - divide and conquer. He got you out of the way and nearly nailed me. Martinez's men took everything... but we're gonna get it back. They headed out to sea. Come on, let's get after them.
(Vic flies the helicopter over to the thieves and Lance fires at them.)
Lance Vance: There they are! Yeah, not so clever now, huh? Eat lead, sucker! I got you, you mother!
(After all the thieves are dead.)
Lance Vance: Get me over that boat. It's got our money in it.
(Vic flies over the boat and Lance jumps on it.)
Lance Vance: I'll see you cats later. Keep popping!
Victor Vance: I'm sorry. Things just keep cropping up. Maybe we can still have some fun.
Louise Cassidy-Williams: That's OK, Vic. I had fun. But I should be getting back to Mary-Beth now.
Victor Vance: Oh, yeah. Sure.
Louise Cassidy-Williams: It's a great view from up here! I think I see Mary-Jo's place! There are some beautiful houses down there... Some real shit-holes, too. This is so cool, honey.
(They land and Louise walks slowly home.)
Victor Vance: Louise, I'll call you real soon.
Louise Cassidy-Williams: Oh, OK.
Victor Vance: I'm kind of in the middle of a war right now.
Louise Cassidy-Williams: It's OK. I'll wait.
"...And Found" is the fifth episode of Season 2 of Lost and the 30th episode of the series as a whole. The tail-section survivors trek back to the southern beaches of the Island, but encounter trouble as Michael sets off by himself to find Walt. Meanwhile, at the main camp, Sun is heartbroken as she realizes that she has lost her wedding ring.
Sun is getting dressed in a fancy room, when her mother enters and asks her if she's really intending to wear the shoes she had on. When Sun doesn't understand why those shoes wouldn't be okay, Sun's mother, Mrs. Paik, tells her that her date might be shorter then she is and makes her put on a smaller pair of shoes. Sun's mother then criticizes Sun for not finding a husband in college. Sun insists that she was at college to learn. Mrs. Paik says Sun's father thinks it is time to find a man and get married before it's too late.
Meanwhile, as Jin prepares for an important job interview at a big hotel, his roommate, Tai Soo, consults an astrology book and suggests to Jin that he is destined to find love soon. Jin jokingly asks what true love will look like. Tai Soo claims that Jin's true love will be orange. Jin tells Tai Soo about his ambitions to get a job, get promoted, and make a name for himself. When Tai Soo asks him what he should say if love calls, Jin tells his friend to tell love "to wait".
Jin takes his resume to the Seoul Gateway Hotel and tells his interviewer Mr. Kim about how he held a job at another hotel and was promoted from busboy to waiter. Mr. Kim is unimpressed and insults his prospective employee, suggesting that Jin is a bumpkin villager who stinks of fish. He hires Jin as a doorman anyway, with a stern warning that Jin is not to open the door to anyone like himself. Sun is set up on a date by a matchmaker, with Jae Lee, the son of a family that owns twelve different hotels. Although Sun is hesitant, she and Jae hit it off, and the pair schedules a meeting at the hotel where Jin is working.
Jin opens the car door for Jae and allows Jae to borrow a flower from him for his date. Jin's future wife, Sun, walks in the hotel with Jae, past Jin. Inside, after a pleasant meal as Sun starts to warm up to Jae, he suggests that they keep seeing each other to keep their respective parents from pressuring them, because he plans to marry a woman he met in America. Sun feels used, wishes him well and immediately leaves.
At the same time, a poorly dressed father with a young boy approach the hotel and asks Jin for permission to enter, as the boy urgently has to go to the bathroom. Jin tells the man that there is a bathroom down the street and asks the boy if he can "hold it," but the boy just shakes his head. Jin tells them they can use the bathroom, but to be quick. The father thanks Jin and tells him he's a "good man". Mr. Kim observes this, and gives him a stern dressing-down, again insulting his background in the process. Jin quits on the spot and departs.
Later, wandering along a bridge, he passes a woman in an orange dress. Looking back wistfully, he shakes his head in amusement, and turns around, colliding directly into Sun. Sun drops a few bags, which Jin helps pick up. They gaze at each other in silence. This is the first time the couple meets.
On the familiar side of the Island, Sun talks to Claire about how they think the raft is doing. Claire trusts that Michael knows what he is doing. Claire is puzzled when Sun starts to frantically look around, only to learn that Sun's wedding ring is missing.
Later, Jack sees Sun going through her things looking for the ring, and tries to help by telling a story about how he lost his wedding ring and tore apart the garbage and the plumbing looking for it. When Sun asks where he found it, he replies that he didn't, that he bought a replacement instead, and that his wife never found out. Sun doesn't seem too sure how she feels about this answer. She then pointedly notices that Jack has no wedding ring on his left hand. Jack sees her looking and laughs it off uncomfortably, saying that now the ring is "rattling around in his sock drawer back home." Although Sun looks as if she wants more of an explanation, he doesn't offer one. Jack then offers to help Sun look for the ring, which Sun declines.
Later, Hurley gives advice, suggesting that Vincent ate the ring while Sun was feeding him. Hurley tells Sun a funny story about the time his dog Buster accidentally swallowed a bunch of coins, and then later "crapped out a buck thirty-five in nickels." Hurley asks Sun if she's ever had a dog. Sun tells Hurley about Bpo Bpo, which she reveals is Korean for "a kiss."
Later, when Sun is angrily tearing apart her garden, Locke arrives. Locke acts calmly as Sun states that she doesn't remember ever seeing him angry. Locke laughs and replies that he often used to be angry and frustrated. Sun asks him why he no longer becomes frustrated, and he replies that he is not lost anymore. Sun asks him how he found himself. Locke answers, "The same way everyone finds something that is lost, I stopped looking."
Finally, when Kate tries to console Sun, telling her everything is all right, Sun tells her that that certainly isn't the case, and reveals that the message bottle had been recovered. Kate asks where it is, and Sun tells her that she has buried it. Upon digging up the bottle, Kate becomes upset and frantically attempts to read all of the messages. Sun stops her and says that the messages are private. Kate tells Sun that she never said good-bye to Sawyer. Kate then glances at the sand and tells Sun to look down. Sun's wedding ring is lying in the sand, Sun rejoices with happiness.
Jin, Michael, Sawyer are in one side of the bunker, while everyone else is one the other side. Michael tries to encourage Jin by telling him that he'll be with Sun real soon. Ana Lucia tells them that they are moving out to the camp where the middle section survivors live and they need to get ready for a long walk.
To prepare for their long hike, Ana Lucia and company decide it's best to gather food. Sawyer suggests escaping, but Michael shrugs the idea off because he wants to "figure out what the hell's going on over here before I make any decisions about anything." Ana Lucia orders Cindy to go with Sawyer, Libby and Michael to travel together and gather fruit while she and Bernard get fish. Jin recommends that he should fish with Ana and Bernard, and after Sawyer suggests she take him up on his offer, Ana Lucia lets Jin come, too.
While fishing, Ana Lucia thinks Jin is being lazy and not helping to catch the fish, but soon finds out that Jin has used sea urchin as bait caught a great deal of fish with his net.
Michael sets off with Libby to collect fruit. They talk but can't seem to find any food. Libby apologizes for throwing Michael and his friends into the pit and Michael jokes that he isn't friends with the "redneck," referring to Sawyer. He asks Libby why the Tailies threw them into the pit to which she replies that they are scared and have "trust issues." Michael suggests that they go inland as that's where all the fruit is on his side of the Island but Libby refuses. "That's where They come from" she says.
Meanwhile, while Jin, Ana Lucia, Cindy, and Bernard sort through the fish, Sawyer is resting. A knife is placed in a piece of wood next to his head, stirring him. The knife belongs to Mr. Eko who tells Sawyer that it is for his protection when they travel. He introduces himself to Sawyer, who nicknames him "Mr. Ed". Then Libby runs in, saying that Michael ran away. Jin figures he has gone to find Walt alone. Jin immediately wants to look for Michael, but Ana Lucia thinks otherwise. Sawyer seems content letting Michael go, but Jin starts to run off only to be stopped by Eko, who says he will accompany Jin. They set off after Michael while the remaining survivors head for the camp.
On their journey to find Michael, Jin and Eko have stopped and Jin starts again but Eko says "No". Jin hears rustling and thinking it is Michael, he goes to investigate. A boar runs out and knocks him down a hill. Jin stops near a dead body with a stake sticking out of his chest. Eko comes over and says, "His name was Goodwin." "Others?" Jin asks and Eko nods his head.
Eko notices Jin has a wedding ring and asks him if he has a wife, Jin says yes. Eko then asks Jin what her names is, to which Jin replies "Sun". Eko's next question asks if Jin's wife was on the plane, to which Jin nods.
Jin finds footprints which he believes to be Michael's. Eko senses someone coming, and he and Jin hide. Hidden in the bushes, they see a procession of people go by in almost unearthly silence. The Others are seen only from the knees down, all barefoot, all muddy, and the last, a child, is carrying a brown teddy bear on a cord.
After the close encounter with the Others, Jin offers to let Eko go back, but Eko declines, saying they must stick together.
Sawyer is having trouble keeping up with the trek, which causes Ana Lucia to threaten to leave him behind. Sawyer asks Ana how she'll find his camp without him. Ana says she'll follow the beach or let Eko guide them when he gets back. The two exchange some flirtatious/sarcastic banter. Sawyer asks Ana if she is married to which Ana replies "No". She then asks Sawyer if he's gay. Sawyer laughs and says "Funny", and continues on.
Jin finally finds Michael at a waterfall, yelling his son's name. Jin chases Michael down, despite Michael wishes for Jin to "go away." Eko appears and tries to convince Michael to go back with them, but Michael isn't convinced. Jin tells Michael "You find Walt" meaning that he will find Walt but should go with them now. Michael chooses to go with Jin and Eko, rather than continue his wild goose chase for Walt.
|Recurring themes in Lost|
|Black and white • Car accidents • Character connections • Deceptions and cons • Dreams • Eyes • Fate versus free will • Good and bad people • Imprisonment • Isolation • Life and death • Missing body parts • Nicknames • The Numbers • Parent issues • Pregnancies • Rain • Rebirth • Redemption • Relationships • Revenge • Sacrifice • Secrets • Time|
|Storyline analysis in Lost|
|A-Missions • Crimes • Economics • Leadership • O-Missions • Relationships • F-Missions • Rivalries|
|Cultural references in Lost
(direct references only)
|Art • Books • Cars • Games • Movies and TV • Music • Philosophy • Religion and ideologies • Science|
|Literary techniques in Lost|
|Comparative: Irony • Juxtaposition • Foreshadowing Plotting: Cliffhanger • Plot twist Stock Characters: Archetype • Redshirt • Unseen character
Story: Flashbacks • Flash-forwards • Flash-sideways • Regularly spoken phrases • Symbolism • Unreliable narrator
Lost and Found is a random event in which players may be sent to a certain small room at any time. The player says "Uh? Help!" and is teleported there, getting a message that says "You have slipped through to the Abyssal plane!" Four levers are found on the walls; one of which will differ in some way, typically in position, the shape, or colour of the end.
Correctly solving the event results in being teleported from the room to your destination with a Random event gift.
If the incorrect lever is operated, the player's Magic level will be reduced by 10. If the player continues operating the incorrect levers, he/she can end up with 1 Magic, and will be unable to cast any spells requiring a higher Magic level than 1. The skill level decrease is only temporary though, it will be restored after a while.
Prior to the Random Event Updates, in this event, players would receive the message:"There has been a fault in the teleportation matrix. Please operate the odd appendage out to be forwarded to your destination." They would then proceed to operate the odd appendage which teleported them out.
The event gave two different types of rewards, depending on what form of teleportation was being performed when the player was forced into the event. If the player was using a teleportation spell, they would receive the type of runes that they needed to use the teleport. If the player was being teleported to the Essence Mines, they would be given noted essence. The old event was mostly the same, having all of the features of the new one, except for a few crucial differences:
Bee-keeper • Cap'n Arnav's Chest • Certer • Drill Demon • Evil Bob • Evil Twin • Freaky Forester • Kiss the frog • Gravedigger • Lost and Found • Maze • Mime • Pillory • Pinball • Prison Pete • Quiz Master • Sandwich lady • Surprise Exam
Big fish • Candlelight • Dr. Ford • Drunken Dwarf • Ent • Evil Chicken • Exploding rock • Jekyll and Hyde • Lost Pirate • Poison Gas • Rick Turpentine • Rock Golem • Security Guard • Shade • Strange plant • Swarm • Tangle Vine • Tree spirit • Watchman • Whirlpool • Zombie
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|Star Trek: Abandoned episode|
|"Lost and Found, parts I and II"|
|Episode no.||1 and 2|
|Original post date:||15th December 2008|
Lost and Found is the double-length pilot episode of Star Trek: Abandoned.
Twenty five thousand years ago, a lone craft returns to its homeworld, pursued by a relentless enemy. The craft's pilot, Major Enriss Temaga, lands to discover that the city - the whole planet, in fact - is deserted.
In the present, a Federation science team deep in the Beta Quadrant is excavating ancient ruins, attempting to find some clue as to the location of the "Motherworld" as described in local myth and legend. After saving his life from a pair of indigenous creatures, Lieutenant Will Gates forms an unsteady friendship with Doctor Nathan Carson, the lead archaeologist. The officer solves the riddle of an ancient stone tablet - five circles of increasing size meeting at a single tangent - by compensating for stellar drift and then matching local stars against the map depicted. The Motherworld, presumed to be at the common edge of the circles, is many weeks away, but not out of reach. Captain Enriss Temaga of the USS Beltane transports the teams back aboard and sets a course.
Temaga, Gates, Carson and Ensign Hanar D'Jan discuss their findings in the briefing room. After a brief confrontation with the lieutenant, Carson explains their discovery, and D'Jan informs them of impact craters, thousands of them, beneath the planet's surface. She has dated the magnetic resonance signatures in the soil; the age of the craters ranges from five thousand years - the last time the planet was inhabited - and twenty five thousand years old. Carson and Temaga wonder what the people could have done that was so terrible that they were not only defeated, but totally destroyed.
“Captain’s Personal Log, Stardate 62193.2. We have been travelling at warp eight for almost forty days, but for myself the time has passed in a second. I have awaited this day for so long... but now, I must confess that returning to this world is a little daunting, even to me.”
The Beltane drops out of warp on the edge of a large solar system. Three M-class planets and fourteen gas giants and smaller planetoids are detected. Temaga orders the ship to approach the planet with the heaviest signs of technological development, around which they find a system of rings that appears to be half-natural, half-artificial.
Many ruined cities are seen from orbit, but the largest, amazingly, is intact. Temaga, Gates, Carson and a security team beam down. The captain is silent as her mind is filled with a single thought: "Home".
More teams beam down and begin attempting to reactivate the ancient systems, among them Professor T'Sora and Crewman Kira Rhiohr, who are attempting to interface Federation microfusion generators with the power grid, without success. Carson and Temaga begin dismantling the main computer interface to map out the command conduits.
In orbit, first officer Cad'en is troubled - sensors have detected a faint EM reading within the rings and seeks the captain's permission to investigate. On the way, the bridge crew determine the rings are made up of debris both from a moon and hundreds of artificial satellites. Shortly after tractoring in several samples, the EM reading suddenly comes to life and begins firing on the Beltane.
After a chase across the area during which she is severely damaged, Beltane is able to avoid the aggressor long enough to beam up Gates and Temaga. The captain orders a course to skim the sun - when Cad'en objects, she threatens him with relief of duty - but before it can be executed the small ship locks on with a tractor beam and begins dragging it backwards.
Watching the battle from the control room, Carson and Kira notice a subspace anomaly forming behind the ships. Without warning, the systems of the city reactivate and launches some kind of weapon to the unknown ship, destroying it. However, the Beltane is already caught in the gravity well and is pulled in.
Temaga, Cad'en, who has been badly wounded, and Gates awaken in a cell, and several Borg drones enter.
The drones - who speak and appear to act independantly - escort the prisoners to another, larger chamber. On the way they catch a glimpse of their surroundings; they are inside a massive, hollow Borg ship, filled with dozens of Cubes and thousands of the fighter craft.
In the city, the civilians determine the anomaly was a transwarp conduit, though because the ship generating it was destroyed before completion, it was highly unstable. Kira suggests "calling" the aperture back by bombarding local space with verteron particles. Carson agrees and T'Sora suggests using a small ship found in the city, deemed to be far superior to the shuttles they have available. The attempt is successful and the aperture reappears. The arrowhead emerges from a stable conduit contained within a gate-like structure on the other side, hundreds of light years away.
Temaga, Cad'en and Gates are taken before the Borg Queen, who identifies Temaga as a member of the otherwise extinct race that built the city and its empire.
The Queen casually interrogates the prisoners, but they reveal nothing. She tells them she knows exactly where they have come from, and delights in the fact that she will be the one to finally defeat the "Dead Ones". Eventually she gets bored, and attempts to assimilate the captain. Cad'en tries to stop her, and is killed. Temaga is taken for cybernetic enhancement and Gates is returned to the cell.
The fighter approaches the ship, known as a Hive in the ship's database, and finds the Beltane inside. Carson decides to bring the fighter into the hangar bay. After taking control of the ship, several explosive devices are beamed to various points within the Hive.
Gates - the only non-Borg lifesign - is beamed out, and argues they should try and find Temaga, but Carson, as the ranking member of the expedition, overrules him. Gates, Kira and T'Sora board the ancient ship again and evacuate, but Carson stays behind, with the intent of activating the self-destruct. The explosives are detonated, causing internal damage, but the now assimilated Temaga and a group of drones beam aboard to stop him.
Temaga's true nature wins out, and she kills the other drones. She tells Carson to leave; she will control the ship. The doctor beams out, and the Beltane fires phasers and torpedoes into the Hive's internal structure. Temaga sets a collision course, and the resulting chain reaction destroys the entire ship. In the alien craft, the team heads back through the conduit, collapsing it on the way.
As the expedition settles in and starts to call the city "home", Doctor Carson admits to Lientuenant Gates that he is not ready for leadership; they agree to share responsibility. Gates says there is a chance Temaga got out alive, but that there will no doubt be more Hives on their way right now. Sensing his true preoccupation, Gates tells him that they will find Temaga, one day...
This episode draws on several sources from previous Star Trek lore, most notably the method of the USS Yamato's discovery of the Iconian homeworld in TNG: "Contagion", and the USS Voyager's attempts to attract the Barzan wormhole in VOY: "False Profits".
As is common with pilot episodes, several things established in this episode are subject to change over the course of the series:
In the initial draft, "Hive ship" was merely a term used by the Inc'Radi to describe standard Borg Cubes. This was modified with the advent of the "true" Hive ship in the second part. Likewise, the Borg were not originally intended to be the principle enemy of the series.
Captain Temaga was initially only supposed to appear in the prologue, to give the abandonment of the planet a more "personal" quality. A mistake on the part of the author saw her inclusion in the rest of the episode and subsequently the rest of the series, inspiring several key story arcs throughout the second, fourth and fifth seasons.
Lost and Found - Prologue, Part I and Part II at Ad Astra
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The Autobots clash with Decepticons Lugnut and Blitzwing, who come to Earth searching for their missing leader, Megatron.
A lunar rover examines recent seismic activity on the Moon's surface and stumbles upon the crashed Nemesis. As it moves in for a closer look, a huge, unidentified object lands on the rover and crushes it. The huge thing turns out to be Lugnut. His partner, Blitzwing berates him for his clumsiness, but then offers some dancing lessons. An annoyed Lugnut points out they've traveled across the galaxy to find Megatron's ship, not become light on their feet. Blitzwing comments that this is the same sector in which they lost track of Lockdown, and an argument breaks out (Lugnut doesn't like Lockdown), culminating in Lugnut confidently stating he knows Megatron still lives.
On Earth, Ratchet is rudely awakened from a stasis nap by an unapologetic Sari, who is in the middle of a street hockey game with Prowl, Bulkhead and Bumblebee. The game picks up, and Bumblebee is about to score, when a trash can makes a save! Sari tries to write it off, but Ratchet is quick to notice the Key currently plugged into said can. He tells her off, but they are interrupted when the Key begins to glow, followed by two glowing objects entering Earth's atmosphere. As a prophetic Ratchet decides this can't be good, camera-bots move in to investigate, but are quickly crushed by Blitzwing. Both he and Lugnut mistake a nearby crane as a sentient life form, and Lugnut demands to know Megatron's location. After a shove, the crane responds by slamming its wrecking ball into Blitzwing. Watching a live feed, Megatron is annoyed that it took the Decepticons so long to send a search and retrieval team, but then wavers over whether or not he can risk revealing himself. After all, he has already been betrayed once. At their home base, the Autobots get ready to mobilize. Sari is all fired up, but both Ratchet and Prime tell her she needs to wait behind, as they want to protect the innocents. (Bumblebee very quickly points out that they're innocent too.)
Back at the construction site, Blitzwing and Lugnut have decided to devastate the place in order to draw out the Autobots. It works, and things quickly kick off as Optimus is forced to slice a tanker thrown by Lugnut in half. This promising opener falls apart when Blitzwing prevents both Prowl and Bumblebee from launching any attacks. Ratchet manages to trap some of Lugnut's missiles (though they break through his magnetic grip, they still don't hit any of the Autobots), but as Bulkhead tries to outmuscle the massive 'Con, Lugnut proves to be too powerful and throws him aside. The combined efforts of Blitzwing and Lugnut prove too much for the Autobots, and things go from bad to worse when they tell the Decepticons that Megatron burned up "over Cleveland". Screaming "Megatron lives!", a raging Lugnut activates his rocket fists and levels the entire area, flooring the Autobots and burying both himself and Blitzwing. As the Decepticons unbury themselves from the rubble, Blitzwing tells Lugnut to warn him before using his big punch...again.
As the Decepticons free themselves, Megatron becomes convinced of Lugnut's loyalty and opts to contact only him. Lugnut automatically decides to abandon the battle and answer the summons, dragging Blitzwing along and leaving behind some very confused Autobots. Blitzwing headbutts Lugnut in midair, and Lugnut responds in kind, slamming Blitzwing down into an army base. He explains he heard Megatron's voice, but Blitzwing merely hears approaching police. He suggests they scan local vehicle modes and hide, but Lugnut refuses until Megatron orders him to do so. He quickly scans a bomber, while Blitzwing, after a quick argument between his faces, scans both an assault tank and a fighter jet. Captain Fanzone arrives, but the Decepticons are already hiding in plain sight.
The Autobots have returned to base and are making repairs. The constant danger of attack makes Prime decide the best thing to do would be to repair their ship and take the AllSpark off of Earth. Sari takes this very badly, and she is most unwilling to use the Key to help Ratchet fix the ship. For his part, Ratchet is less than pleased about having to work with a "protoform". Prime settles it by ordering the two to be partners.
Meanwhile, Lugnut and Blitzwing are perched on a blimp, observing the city below. As Blitzwing comments on the local wildlife, Megatron transmits information on the Key to Lugnut and orders the retrieval of it and the AllSpark. Lugnut immediately transforms, followed by a less-than-willing Blitzwing.
At Lake Erie, the Autobots arrive, with Ratchet and Sari still bickering. They are quickly interrupted by Blitzwing and Lugnut. Ratchet and Sari make a break for it, but Blitzwing freezes the lake, preventing them from reaching the ship. However, they get a hand from Lugnut, who accidentally blasts a hole for them to get through. The Autobots dive in, and as Ratchet heads for their ship under , Lugnut and Blitzwing are stalled by the rest, thanks to some clever thinking from Prime. In the Autobots' ship, Ratchet has a moment alone with the ship, but ends up fighting with Sari, who storms off to the AllSpark's cargo bay. Dejected, she gets the idea of damaging the ship enough to prevent it flying, but the Key quickly repairs it. Suddenly, the AllSpark opens to reveal an image of Megatron's head and the Key. Moments later, a fully restored Megatron materializes, and a terrified Sari panics and opens the airlock. As water pours in, Ratchet manages to save her. Sari confesses to her sabotage, but a sympathetic Ratchet explains the reason he wants to leave is because he cares about the planet and its people, especially Sari.
Finally understanding, Sari agrees to help. Ratchet reveals the ship was originally a military vessel, and he hopes to bring the weapons bay back online. Outside, the Autobots are in serious trouble, but Sari's Key soon reactivates the weapons bay, and Ratchet tells Optimus to draw the Decepticons to the ship. As they close, he activates the main cannon and blows the pair of Decepticons to kingdom come. A furious Megatron loses his link, and the Decepticons crash down onto the surface of the lake in several badly damaged pieces.
Back at base, Sari uses the Key to patch up Bumblebee, acting rather Ratchet like when he asks for some customization. Ratchet reveals that even with the Key, it'll take some time to get the ship up and running, so they won't be gone for a good while, and Sari smiles happily.
At the lake, Blitzwing calls for help, while Lugnut begs for a sign of Megatron's forgiveness. Remarkably they get a sign—a bad one, as Starscream shows up, promising repairs, in exchange for loyalty.
(Numbers indicate order of appearance.)
Hothead Blitzwing: Careful, you copper-clad klutz! You stepped in something!
Random Blitzwing: But vith a few dancing lessons, you'll be light on your stabilizing servos like me. Cha cha cha.
Lugnut: Silence, Blitzwing! I did not follow this beacon halfway across the galaxy for dancing lessons! This was Megatron's ship!
Random Blitzwing: Ahaha, Starscream never did have a knack for parking.
Icy Blitzwing: Curious. Zis is also ze same quadrant vhere ve last heard from Lockdown.
Lugnut: Do not mention that worthless bounty hunting scrap heap. He is a disgrace to the glorious name of Decepticon.
Hothead Blitzwing: You fool! He vas helping us seek revenge against zose accursed Autobots for destroying Megatron!
Lugnut: No! Megatron lives. I feel it in my central processor. I believe only two things: The Decepticons will rule Cybertron, and Megatron will rule the Decepticons! Our glorious leader awaits!
Hothead Blitzwing: Zese can't be zose miserable Autobots! Zey're far too small!—
Random Blitzwing: But look at zat one! It's big, it's bold, it's sassy!
Lugnut: You! What have you done with our beloved leader Megatron? Talk!
Bumblebee: Way to whiff, torchy!
Hothead Blitzwing: Ze name is Blitzwing! And I'm just getting varmed up!
"Fool! No one moves Lugnut."
Hothead Blitzwing: Hold still, Autobot scum!
Bumblebee: Aw. Why don't you chill out?
Icy Blitzwing: As you vish.
"Oh! If I've told you once, I've told you a zousand times: Give me some varning before you use ze punch!"
Lugnut: Master. Where are you?
Megatron: Rest assured. I'm close at hand.
Hothead Blitzwing: Who are you talking to?!
Lugnut: Megatron calls. We must find him.
Hothead Blitzwing: But ze Autobots...
Lugnut: Are unimportant. Megatron awaits!
Ratchet: That was different.
Hothead Blitzwing: Let go, you deranged Decepticon!
Lugnut: No! The Master calls!
Random Blitzwing: Hahaha, and zey say I'm ze crazy one?
Hothead Blitzwing: Vhat in spark's gotten into you?!
Lugnut: I heard him. I heard our master's voice.
Hothead Blitzwing: Maybe I should clean out your audio receptors vith my fists! I didn't hear anything! (hears sirens)
Icy Blitzwing: Except zat. (sees approaching police) Ze Autobots have called in reinforcements. Perhaps ve should lay low until ve can determine zeir strength and numbers.
Lugnut: I will not hide. I will stand proudly and shout Megatron's name to the heavens!
Megatron: Oh, for spark's sake... Lugnut, you iron-brained idiot. We don't need to attract any unneccessary attention.
Lugnut: Yes. As you command, master. I will find a disguise.
Icy Blitzwing: I vill choose zis fighter jet.
Hothead Blitzwing: No, ze assault tank!
Icy Blitzwing: Jet.
Hothead Blitzwing: Tank!
Icy Blitzwing: Ze jet.
Hothead Blitzwing: Tank!
Icy Blitzwing: Jet.
Hothead Blitzwing:: Tank!
Random Blitzwing: Oh, ooh-hoo, vhy not scan both?"
Optimus: We'll have to repair our ship and move the AllSpark off this planet.
Bulkhead: We can't just pick up and go. How will we break the news to Sari?
Bumblebee: She's a big girl. She'll understand.
Sari: (cries "No" at the top of her lungs)
Bumblebee: I think she's taking it well.
Icy Blitzwing: Vhat a strange little planet. Look at zem. All scurrying back and forth like so many nanobots.
Lugnut: Oh! Would you shut it down for two cycles? I can't hear myself think!
Icy Blitzwing: You mean you can't hear zose voices in your head.
Lungut: What was that?
Icy Blitzwing: I said, "You mean you can't hear zose voices in your head".
Lugnut: No! Not you! How may I serve you, master?
Mgeatron: This key charges the allspark. I'm uploading a sample of its unique energy signature. Follw that and it'll lead you to the allspark itself. Bring the allspark to me and with its limitless power, I shall make my triumphant return.
Lugnut: I will not fail you, master. Your destiny will be fullfilled. (transforms into a bomber)
Icy Blitzwing: (transforms into a jet and sighs) Here ve go again.
Hothead Blitzwing: (transforms into a tank) You bungling defect! You just helped zem escape!
Hothead Blitzwing: Coward! Come out and face your inevitable fate!
Bumblebee: Come and make us, buckethead!
Hothead Blitzwing: I vill crush you circuit by circuit!
Lugnut: Blitzwing, wait.
Hothead Blitzwing: You cannot hide forever!
Prowl: Who's hiding? (hits Blitzwing with his ninja stars)
Hothead Blitzwing: Coward! Come out and fight like a bot!
Lugnut: (targets what he thinks is an Autobot) My targeting sensors have not failed me! (goes for the punch and ends up clobbering Blitzwing) Oh! Blitzwing!
Icy Blitzwing: Whose side are you on?
Random Blitzwing: Ooh! Peek-a-boo! I see you! (blasts Optimus with his cannons)
Hothead Blitzwing: Run, you sniveling cowards! I'll hack your systems! I'll frag your hard drive! I'll crush your data!
"Help! Give me a hand! Or—or a foot? How about a pelvis?!"