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The Golden Lagoon 

The Decepitcons coat themselves with electrum that they find in a golden lagoon. They become impervious to laser fire and attack the Autobots.

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Andy Kim, Bob Kirk | 9 more credits »

Writer:

Dennis Marks
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Episode credited cast:
Jack Angel Jack Angel ... Smokescreen / Ramjet / Omega Supreme (voice)
Michael Bell ... Sideswipe (voice)
Gregg Berger ... Long Haul (voice)
Corey Burton ... Spike Witwicky / Sunstreaker / Brawn (voice)
Michael Chain Michael Chain ... Powerglide (voice)
Christopher Collins Christopher Collins ... Starscream / Wheeljack / Reflector (voice) (as Chris Latta)
Scatman Crothers ... Jazz (voice)
Peter Cullen ... Optimus Prime / Ironhide (voice)
Bud Davis Bud Davis ... Dirge (voice)
Paul Eiding ... Perceptor (voice)
Ed Gilbert ... Thrust / Blitzwing (voice)
Dan Gilvezan ... Bumblebee (voice)
Casey Kasem ... Teletraan I / Bluestreak (voice)
Don Messick ... Gears / Ratchet (voice)
Alan Oppenheimer ... Beachcomber / Seaspray / Warpath (voice)
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The Decepticons discover a golden lagoon filled with electrum. When they enter the lagoons and coat their bodies with it, they become impervious to laser fire. Megatron uses the advantage to capture several Autobots and, later, defeat Omega Supreme. The Autobots locate the lagoon and cover themselves with electrum. They defeat the Decepticons when the effects of the pool wear off. Written by Shatterdaymorn

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TV-Y7 | See all certifications »
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Release Date:

4 November 1985 (USA) See more »

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[sadly observing the devastated meadow]
Beachcomber: We won...
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Nothing Gold Stays
8 July 2017 | by hellraiser7See all my reviews

This is my seventh favorite episode of the show, because it's a different kind of episode.

Other than a typical Transformers plot line which by it's nature is more of a clothes line, what really drives and makes this episode interesting about this episode is how it displays the dire consequences the war has caused.

It really juggles you on both hands, where on one hand your having fun seeing both the Autobots and Decepticons blowing each other away. But then it goes right to the other hand where we feel some shame as we see the results of the battle is causing as were seeing forests come ablaze, animals running away may'be some of them getting killed in the process, just everything getting wrecked from the sheer craziness of battle. It just goes to show that despite losses for solders on both sides it really is the innocent that pay the most.

The ending is haunting as the battle is over and the autobots have won a great victory, we then see one of the autobots say in a sad tone, "We won." and then the camera pans to the right and we see the once beautiful display of nature he enjoyed is gone forever. As Robert Frost once put it, "Nothing Gold can stay."

Rating: 4 stars


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