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'''Linkara:''' ''(as Shockwave)'' I mean, for crying out loud, they produced ''Transformers: Armada''. Do you really think we can trust them?
 
'''Linkara:''' ''(as Shockwave)'' I mean, for crying out loud, they produced ''Transformers: Armada''. Do you really think we can trust them?
   
'''Linkara (v/o):''' However, Ratbat reveals he's already using them, and we cut to Portland, Oregon, and the Witwicky Auto Shop. In the Marvel Comics continuity, Buster and Sparkplug Witwicky have already encountered the Transformers a few times before, and are currently trying to avoid any more encounters with them. Buster isn't really interested in the mechanic's life, but is trying to help out his dad's business anyway. And as it happens, business is busy for the shop, especially thanks to the giant car wash sign that now hangs over the place. Hell, I think the car wash sign is actually bigger and more impressive than the auto repair shop sign. Anyway, Buster's girlfriend Jessie shows up and is hoping to go to Dairy Queen– uh, er, Dairy ''King.'' Because, I guess in the Transformers universe, the Dairy Queen and the Burger King eventually did produce an offspring who grew up to helm their mutant franchise. Jessie thinks that Buster would be happy that his father's business is going so well, but Buster is concerned because of this newspaper that he was apparently just keeping in his back pocket for no reason. The paper says that the massive gas consumption in the Pacific Northwest is causing a fear of a shortage. And that's apparently the end of the conversation, because he then goes into how the business is preventing him from having any free time. Well, that was an abrupt shift. Why even bring it up then? He also is missing his time with the Autobots, but he had promised his father not to get involved with them anymore.
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'''Linkara (v/o):''' However, Ratbat reveals he's already using them, and we cut to Portland, Oregon, and the Witwicky Auto Shop. In the Marvel Comics continuity, Buster and Sparkplug Witwicky have already encountered the Transformers a few times before, and are currently trying to avoid any more encounters with them. Buster isn't really interested in the mechanic's life, but is trying to help out his dad's business anyway. And as it happens, business is busy for the shop, especially thanks to the giant car wash sign that now hangs over the place. Hell, I think the car wash sign is actually bigger and more impressive than the auto repair shop sign.
 
'''Linkara:''' ''(as Sparkplug)'' Yeah, the Autobots are a bad crowd, son. First, it's just a bunch of friends acting cool. Then the next thing you know, you robbing a liquor store and getting into knife fights with them!
 
   
 
'''Linkara (v/o):''' We cut to Blackrock Industries, another staple of the Marvel Transformers series. Its owner, G.B. Blackrock, was basically a nicer Tony Stark; no Iron Man suit, but he was a good guy who cared about the people in his businesses and wanted to help the Autobots, since, unlike most people on Earth, he knew that there were two factions of robots, one good and one evil. He's responsible for the new car washes.
 
'''Linkara (v/o):''' We cut to Blackrock Industries, another staple of the Marvel Transformers series. Its owner, G.B. Blackrock, was basically a nicer Tony Stark; no Iron Man suit, but he was a good guy who cared about the people in his businesses and wanted to help the Autobots, since, unlike most people on Earth, he knew that there were two factions of robots, one good and one evil. He's responsible for the new car washes.
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