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==Season 1: 1996–1997==
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This is a '''list of episodes''' from the animated television series ''Beast Wars: Transformers''. The series premiered on September 16, 1996 and ended on March 7, 1999. A total of 52 episodes were produced.
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{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Beast Wars (Part 1)]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=1
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[April 22]], [[1996]]
 
|Aux1=[[Bob Forward]]
 
|Aux2=[[Ian Pearson]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=The [[Maximal]] and [[Predacon (BW)|Predacon]] forces crash-land on a mysterious, primitive world.
 
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{{Episode list
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==Season 1 (1996-1997)==
|Title=[[Beast Wars (Part 2)]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=2
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[April 23]], 1996
 
|Aux1=[[Bob Forward]]
 
|Aux2=[[Steve Ball]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=After a battle between [[Optimus Primal/Beast Wars cartoon continuity|Optimus]] and [[Dinobot (BW)|Dinobot]], a huge cache of Energon is discovered.
 
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{{Episode list
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1. [[Beast Wars (episode)|Beast Wars]] (Part 1)<br>
|Title=[[The Web]]
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2. [[Beast Wars (episode)|Beast Wars]] (Part 2)<br>
|EpisodeNumber=3
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3. [[The Web]]<br>
|OriginalAirDate=[[September 18]], 1996
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4. [[Equal Measures]]<br>
|Aux1=[[Larry DiTillio]]
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5. [[Chain of Command]]<br>
|Aux2=[[C. Michael Easton]]
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6. [[Power Surge]]<br>
|ProdCode=
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7. [[Fallen Comrades]]<br>
|ShortSummary=While testing a new communications device, [[Cheetor (BW)|Cheetor]] runs into trouble.
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8. [[Double Jeopardy]]<br>
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9. [[A Better Mousetrap]]<br>
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10. [[Gorilla Warfare]]<br>
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11. [[The Probe]]<br>
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12. [[Victory]]<br>
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13. [[Dark Designs]]<br>
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14. [[Double Dinobot]]<br>
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15. [[The Spark]]<br>
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16. [[The Trigger]], Part 1<br>
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17. [[The Trigger]], Part 2<br>
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18. [[Spider's Game]]<br>
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19. [[Call of the Wild]]<br>
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20. [[Dark Voyage]]<br>
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21. [[Possession]]<br>
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22. [[The Low Road]]<br>
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23. [[Law of the Jungle]]<br>
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24. [[Before the Storm]]<br>
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25. [[Other Voices]], Part 1<br>
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26. [[Other Voices]], Part 2<br>
   
{{Episode list
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==Season 2 (1997-1998)==
|Title=[[Equal Measures]]
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1. [[Aftermath]]<br>
|EpisodeNumber=4
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2. [[Coming of the Fuzors]] (Part 1)<br>
|OriginalAirDate=[[September 23]], 1996
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3. [[Coming of the Fuzors]] (Part 2)<br>
|Aux1=[[Greg Johnson]]
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4. [[Tangled Web]]<br>
|Aux2=[[T.W. Peacocke]]
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5. [[Maximal, No More]]<br>
|ProdCode=
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6. [[Other Visits]] (Part 1)<br>
|ShortSummary=While placing communication relay devices, Cheetor is accidentally transported to the [[Darksyde (BW)|Darksyde]].
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7. [[Other Visits]] (Part 2)<br>
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8. [[Bad Spark]]<br>
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9. [[Code of Hero]]<br>
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10. [[Transmutate (episode)|Transmutate]]<br>
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11. [[The Agenda]] (Part 1)<br>
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12. [[The Agenda]] (Part 2)<br>
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13. [[The Agenda]] (Part 3)
   
{{Episode list
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==Season 3 (1998-1999)==
|Title=[[Chain of Command (BW)|Chain of Command]]
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1. [[Optimal Situation]]<br>
|EpisodeNumber=5
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2. [[Deep Metal]]<br>
|OriginalAirDate=[[September 24]], 1996
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3. [[Changing of the Guard]]<br>
|Aux1=[[Jesse Winfield]]
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4. [[Cutting Edge]]<br>
|Aux2=[[Andrew Doucette]]
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5. [[Feral Scream]] Part 1<br>
|ProdCode=
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6. [[Feral Scream]] Part 2<br>
|ShortSummary=After Optimus is abducted by an alien probe, the remaining Maximals must decide on a new leader.
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7. [[Proving Grounds]]<br>
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8. [[Go with the Flow]]<br>
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9. [[Crossing the Rubicon]]<br>
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10. [[Master Blaster]]<br>
|Title=[[Power Surge (episode)|Power Surge]]
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11. [[Other Victories]]<br>
|EpisodeNumber=6
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12. [[Nemesis (episode)|Nemesis]] Part 1<br>
|OriginalAirDate=[[September 25]], 1996
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13. [[Nemesis (episode)|Nemesis]] Part 2
|Aux1=[[Larry DiTillio]]
 
|Aux2=[[Nicholas Kendall]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=
 
[[Terrorsaur (BW)|Terrorsaur]] discovers a cache of energon on a floating mountain that gives him enough power to overthrow [[Megatron (BW)/Beast Wars cartoon continuity|Megatron]].
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Fallen Comrades]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=7
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[September 30]], 1996
 
|Aux1=[[Bob Forward]]
 
|Aux2=[[Steve Ball]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=A stasis pod falls from orbit into [[Northern Sector|an icy region]] of the planet and the Maximals and Predacons race to obtain it.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Double Jeopardy]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=8
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[October 7]], 1996
 
|Aux1=[[Jesse Winfield]]
 
|Aux2=[[Mark Schiemann]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=After a series of failed missions, [[Rattrap (BW)|Rattrap]]'s loyalty is brought into question.
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[A Better Mousetrap]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=9
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[October 8]], 1996
 
|Aux1=[[Karen Willson]],<br/>[[Chris Weber]]
 
|Aux2=[[J. Falconer]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=Rattrap is trapped inside the ''[[Axalon (BW)|Axalon]]'' when the new Sentinel security program malfunctions, and must disarm it.
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Gorilla Warfare]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=10
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[October 14]], 1996
 
|Aux1=[[Greg Johnson]]
 
|Aux2=[[James Boshier]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=A virus, courtesy of [[Scorponok (BW)|Scorponok]] turns Optimus into an overly-aggressive fighting machine.
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[The Probe]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=11
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[October 15]], 1996
 
|Aux1=[[Craig Miller]],<br/>[[Marv Wolfman|Marvin Wolfman]]
 
|Aux2=[[Ezekiel Norton]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=As a probe from Cybertron approaches the planet, the Maximals desperately try to make contact with it, but Megatron has other plans.
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Victory (episode)|Victory]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=12
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[November 1]], 1996
 
|Aux1=[[Wendy Reardon]]
 
|Aux2=[[Steve Ball]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=A rebellion (and explosion) at the Predacon base seemingly leads to a Maximal victory.
 
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{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Dark Designs]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=13
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[November 4]], 1996
 
|Aux1=[[Ian Weir]]
 
|Aux2=[[Owen Hurley]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=Megatron captures [[Rhinox (BW)|Rhinox]] and reprograms him into a Predacon.
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Double Dinobot]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=14
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[November 5]], 1996
 
|Aux1=[[Rowby Goren]]
 
|Aux2=[[John Pozer]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=Megatron creates a non-transforming clone of Dinobot in an effort to disable Sentinel.
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[The Spark]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=15
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[November 11]], 1996
 
|Aux1=[[Larry DiTillio]]
 
|Aux2=[[Colin Davies]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=Rhinox and Cheetor assist a downed [[stasis pod]] and the damaged [[protoform]] within.
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[The Trigger, Part 1]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=16
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[November 18]], 1996
 
|Aux1=[[Bob Forward]]
 
|Aux2=[[J. Falconer]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=[[Tigatron]] discovers a flying island with amazing alien power, but the Predacons are after it as well.
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[The Trigger, Part 2]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=17
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[November 19]], 1996
 
|Aux1=[[Bob Forward]]
 
|Aux2=[[Michaela Zabranska]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=With the flying island under Predacon control, the Maximal base and the ''Beast Wars'' are in jeopardy.
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Spider's Game]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=18
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[January 6]], [[1997]]
 
|Aux1=[[Larry DiTillio]]
 
|Aux2=[[James Boshier]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=[[Tarantulas (BW)|Tarantulas]] detects a new stasis pod and attempts to turn the protoform into a new Predacon.
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Call of the Wild]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=19
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[January 7]], 1997
 
|Aux1=[[Bob Forward]]
 
|Aux2=[[Jonathan Goodwill]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=The Predacons steal the ''Axalon''<nowiki>'</nowiki>s Energon Dampener which causes the Maximals to revert into a more feral state.
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Dark Voyage]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=20
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[January 27]], 1997
 
|Aux1=[[Samuel Warren Joseph]]
 
|Aux2=[[Steve Ball]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=After an energon explosion, Rhinox must lead the blinded Maximals back to base.
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Possession]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=21
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[February 3]], 1997
 
|Aux1=[[Ian Weir]]
 
|Aux2=[[Owen Hurley]]
 
|ProdCode=BW021
 
|ShortSummary=[[Waspinator (BW)|Waspinator]] finds himself possessed by none other than the original [[Decepticon]] traitor, [[Starscream (G1)|Starscream]]!
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[The Low Road]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=22
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[February 10]], 1997
 
|Aux1=[[Bob Forward]]
 
|Aux2=[[J. Falconer]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=Rhinox is infected with a strange [[energon discharge virus]] and if a cure isn't found he'll destroy the Maximal base.
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Law of the Jungle]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=23
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[February 17]], 1997
 
|Aux1=[[Mark Leiren-Young]]
 
|Aux2=[[John Pozer]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=After [[Snowstalker|an innocent]] is killed, Tigatron questions his commitment to the Maximal cause.
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Before the Storm]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=24
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[February 21]], 1997
 
|Aux1=[[Bob Forward]]
 
|Aux2=[[Adam Wood]]
 
|ProdCode=BW024
 
|ShortSummary=[[Inferno (BW)|Inferno]] brings Megatron an alien [[Golden Disk (Vok)|golden disk]] that causes him to offer a too good to be true cease fire to the Maximals.
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Other Voices, Part 1]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=25
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[March 31]], 1997
 
|Aux1=[[Larry DiTillio]],<br/>[[Bob Forward]]
 
|Aux2=[[Colin Davies]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=The plans of both Megatron and the [[Vok|mysterious aliens]] are coming to a head as one of the two moons transforms.
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Other Voices, Part 2]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=26
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[April 1]], 1997
 
|Aux1=[[Larry DiTillio]]
 
|Aux2=[[Ezekiel Norton]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=As the [[Planet Buster]] begins destroying the planet's energon, Optimus devises a desperate plan to destroy the alien device.
 
}}
 
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==Season 2: 1997–1998==
 
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{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Aftermath]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=27
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[October 26]], 1997
 
|Aux1=[[Larry DiTillio]]
 
|Aux2=[[Colin Davies]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=After the destruction of the Planet Buster and the death of Optimus, the remaining Maximals are left to pick up the pieces and fend off the Predacons.
 
|LineColor=801818
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Coming of the Fuzors (Part 1)]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=28
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[November 2]], 1997
 
|Aux1=[[Bob Forward]]
 
|Aux2=[[Steve Sacks]]
 
|ProdCode=BW028
 
|ShortSummary=Dinobot breaks into the Predacon base and steals the golden disks, meanwhile two oddly misshapen transformers emerge from their stasis pods.
 
|LineColor=801818
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Coming of the Fuzors (Part 2)]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=29
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[November 9]], 1997
 
|Aux1=[[Bob Forward]]
 
|Aux2=[[Cal Shumiatcher]]
 
|ProdCode=BW029
 
|ShortSummary=Vastly outnumbered, the remaining Maximals must defend their base from a Predacon assault while Rhinox takes a dangerous journey.
 
|LineColor=801818
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Tangled Web]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=30
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[November 16]], 1997
 
|Aux1=[[Len Wein]]
 
|Aux2=[[Craig McEwen]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=Megatron sends Tarantulas to build a new energon processing station, but Tarantulas has other plans.
 
|LineColor=801818
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Maximal, No More]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=31
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[November 23]], 1997
 
|Aux1=[[Patrick Barry]]
 
|Aux2=[[Trenton Carlson]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=With the contents of the Golden Disks weighing heavily on his mind, Dinobot must decide which side of the conflict he truly belongs to.
 
|LineColor=801818
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Other Visits (Part 1)]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=32
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[February 8]], [[1998]]
 
|Aux1=[[Larry DiTillio]]
 
|Aux2=[[John Pozer]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=A new alien site and device are discovered, and Megatron intends to have both for himself.
 
|LineColor=801818
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Other Visits (Part 2)]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=33
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[February 15]], 1998
 
|Aux1=[[Larry DiTillio]]
 
|Aux2=[[Colin Davies]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=With the alien craft in his possession, Megatron intends to use it to conquer Cybertron!
 
|LineColor=801818
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Bad Spark]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=34
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[February 22]], 1998
 
|Aux1=[[Greg Johnson]]
 
|Aux2=[[Steve Sacks]],<br/>[[Jonathan Goodwill]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=An oversize stasis pod reveals the secrets of [[Rampage (BW)|Protoform X]].
 
|LineColor=801818
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Code of Hero]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=35
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[March 9]], 1998
 
|Aux1=[[Ian Weir]]
 
|Aux2=[[Bob Forward]]
 
|ProdCode=BW035
 
|ShortSummary=Dinobot makes a choice. |LineColor=801818
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Transmutate (episode)|Transmutate]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=36
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[March 10]], 1998
 
|Aux1=[[Christy Marx]]
 
|Aux2=[[J. Falconer]],<br/>[[Sean Osborne]],<br/>[[George Samilski]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=A [[Transmutate (character)|strange creature]] emerges from a damaged [[stasis pod]], and both [[Rampage (BW)|Rampage]] and [[Silverbolt (BW)|Silverbolt]] find a strange type of kinship with it.
 
|LineColor=801818
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[The Agenda (Part 1)]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=37
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[March 11]], 1998
 
|Aux1=[[Bob Forward]]
 
|Aux2=[[Cal Shumiatcher]]
 
|ProdCode=BW037
 
|ShortSummary=The [[Tripredacus Council]] sends an agent to Earth to bring back Megatron and his band of criminals.
 
|LineColor=801818
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[The Agenda (Part 2)]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=38
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[March 12]], 1998
 
|Aux1=[[Bob Forward]]
 
|Aux2=[[Owen Hurley]]
 
|ProdCode=BW038
 
|ShortSummary=Captured by [[Ravage (G1)|Ravage]], [[Megatron (BW)/Beast Wars cartoon continuity|Megatron]] lets the former Decepticon warrior in on the secret of the Golden Disk, and gets him to switch sides.
 
|LineColor=801818
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[The Agenda (Part III)]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=39
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[March 12]], 1998
 
|Aux1=[[Bob Forward]]
 
|Aux2=[[Asaph Fipke]],<br/>[[Colin Davies]]
 
|ProdCode=BW039
 
|ShortSummary=His plans crumbling, Megatron takes a final stab at winning the ''Beast Wars'' and changing history.
 
|LineColor=801818
 
}}
 
|}
 
 
==Season 3: 1998–1999==
 
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{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Optimal Situation]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=40
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[October 24]], 1998
 
|Aux1=[[Bob Forward]]
 
|Aux2=[[Steve Sacks]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=With [[Optimus Prime (G1)|Optimus Prime]] in critical condition after Megatron's attack, Optimus Primal takes on his [[spark]] to save the timestream.
 
|LineColor=006699
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Deep Metal]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=41
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[November 1]], 1998
 
|Aux1=[[Larry DiTillio]]
 
|Aux2=[[Owen Hurley]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=[[Depth Charge (BW)|Depth Charge]] arrives on Earth continuing his obsessive quest to hunt down Protoform X.
 
|LineColor=006699
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Changing of the Guard]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=42
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[November 8]], 1998
 
|Aux1=[[Evan Somers]]
 
|Aux2=[[Steve Sacks]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=While trying to salvage the [[Sentinel (BW)|Sentinel]] program from the ruins of the ''Axalon'', Rattrap finds himself caught between Depth Charge and Rampage.
 
|LineColor=006699
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Cutting Edge]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=43
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[November 15]], 1998
 
|Aux1=[[Ian Weir]]
 
|Aux2=[[Trenton Carlson]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=A new group of raptor clones attacks the proto-human tribe, and it falls to Cheetor and [[Blackarachnia (BW)|Blackarachnia]] to defend them.
 
|LineColor=006699
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Feral Scream Part 1]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=44
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[January 31]], [[1999]]
 
|Aux1=[[Greg Johnson]]
 
|Aux2=[[John Pozer]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=Megatron creates a new [[Dinobot II|Transmetal 2 Dinobot]] using alien technology, and Cheetor is caught in the blast as the device malfunctions.
 
|LineColor=006699
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Feral Scream Part 2]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=45
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[February 7]], 1999
 
|Aux1=[[Jules Dennis]]
 
|Aux2=[[Steve Sacks]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=Cheetor is behaving oddly after the accident, and a new [[Transmetal 2]] creature is stalking both camps.
 
|LineColor=006699
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Proving Grounds]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=46
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[February 14]], 1999
 
|Aux1=[[Arthur Sellers]]
 
|Aux2=[[William Lau]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=Blackarachnia discovers that removing a shell program could free her from Predacon control... or wipe her mind entirely. Believing this revelation to be the latest in a long line of mistrust between her and the Maximals, Blackarachnia strikes out on her own, only to be pulled into a dangerous cat-and-mouse game within a Predacon jamming zone by Dinobot II.
 
|LineColor=006699
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Go with the Flow]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=47
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[February 18]], 1999
 
|Aux1=[[Bob Forward]]
 
|Aux2=[[Cal Shumiatcher]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=Megatron and the Predacons are building a cannon that could destroy the ''[[Ark (G1)|Ark]]'' and the Maximals, but requires an organic life-form to finish the construction.
 
|LineColor=006699
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Crossing the Rubicon]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=48
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[February 22]], 1999
 
|Aux1=[[D. C. Fontana]]
 
|Aux2=[[Trenton Carlson]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=After experimenting with the [[Transmetal driver]], Blackarachnia's [[core consciousness]] begins to crash and Rhinox has to perform emergency surgery.
 
|LineColor=006699
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Master Blaster]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=49
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[March 1]], 1999
 
|Aux1=[[Eric Torin]]
 
|Aux2=[[Steve Sacks]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=After taking control of Optimus and capturing the Maximals, Megatron enters the Ark and absorbs the original Megatron's spark.
 
|LineColor=006699
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Other Victories]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=50
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[May 5]], 1999
 
|Aux1=[[Larry DiTillio]]
 
|Aux2=[[William Lau]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=The [[Vok]] send their powerful new emissary, [[Tigerhawk]] to Earth to stop the continued disruption of the time stream.
 
|LineColor=006699
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Nemesis Part 1]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=51
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[May 6]], 1999
 
|Aux1=[[Bob Forward]]
 
|Aux2=[[Ezekiel Norton]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=Down, but not out, Megatron discovers Tarantulas's secret tunnel network that leads to the [[Decepticon]] warship the ''[[Nemesis (G1)|Nemesis]]''.
 
|LineColor=006699
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Nemesis Part 2]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=52
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[May 7]], 1999
 
|Aux1=[[Simon Furman]]
 
|Aux2=[[Cal Shumiatcher]],<br/>[[Steve Sacks]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=The end of the ''Beast Wars''. Megatron has possession of the ''Nemesis'', and Optimus and the Maximals need a last-minute miracle to stop him.
 
|LineColor=006699
 
}}
 
|}
 
 
==Season 2: 1997–1998==
 
{| class="wikitable" style="margin: auto; width: 100%;"
 
|-
 
!#!!Title!!Writer!!Director!!Original airdate!!Production code
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Aftermath]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=27
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[October 26]], 1997
 
|Aux1=[[Larry DiTillio]]
 
|Aux2=[[Colin Davies]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=After the destruction of the Planet Buster and the death of Optimus, the remaining Maximals are left to pick up the pieces and fend off the Predacons.
 
|LineColor=801818
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Coming of the Fuzors (Part 1)]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=28
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[November 2]], 1997
 
|Aux1=[[Bob Forward]]
 
|Aux2=[[Steve Sacks]]
 
|ProdCode=BW028
 
|ShortSummary=Dinobot breaks into the Predacon base and steals the golden disks, meanwhile two oddly misshapen transformers emerge from their stasis pods.
 
|LineColor=801818
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Coming of the Fuzors (Part 2)]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=29
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[November 9]], 1997
 
|Aux1=[[Bob Forward]]
 
|Aux2=[[Cal Shumiatcher]]
 
|ProdCode=BW029
 
|ShortSummary=Vastly outnumbered, the remaining Maximals must defend their base from a Predacon assault while Rhinox takes a dangerous journey.
 
|LineColor=801818
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Tangled Web]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=30
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[November 16]], 1997
 
|Aux1=[[Len Wein]]
 
|Aux2=[[Craig McEwen]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=Megatron sends Tarantulas to build a new energon processing station, but Tarantulas has other plans.
 
|LineColor=801818
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Maximal, No More]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=31
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[November 23]], 1997
 
|Aux1=[[Patrick Barry]]
 
|Aux2=[[Trenton Carlson]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=With the contents of the Golden Disks weighing heavily on his mind, Dinobot must decide which side of the conflict he truly belongs to.
 
|LineColor=801818
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Other Visits (Part 1)]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=32
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[February 8]], [[1998]]
 
|Aux1=[[Larry DiTillio]]
 
|Aux2=[[John Pozer]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=A new alien site and device are discovered, and Megatron intends to have both for himself.
 
|LineColor=801818
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Other Visits (Part 2)]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=33
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[February 15]], 1998
 
|Aux1=[[Larry DiTillio]]
 
|Aux2=[[Colin Davies]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=With the alien craft in his possession, Megatron intends to use it to conquer Cybertron!
 
|LineColor=801818
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Bad Spark]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=34
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[February 22]], 1998
 
|Aux1=[[Greg Johnson]]
 
|Aux2=[[Steve Sacks]],<br/>[[Jonathan Goodwill]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=An oversize stasis pod reveals the secrets of [[Rampage (BW)|Protoform X]].
 
|LineColor=801818
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Code of Hero]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=35
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[March 9]], 1998
 
|Aux1=[[Ian Weir]]
 
|Aux2=[[Bob Forward]]
 
|ProdCode=BW035
 
|ShortSummary=Dinobot makes a choice. |LineColor=801818
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Transmutate (episode)|Transmutate]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=36
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[March 10]], 1998
 
|Aux1=[[Christy Marx]]
 
|Aux2=[[J. Falconer]],<br/>[[Sean Osborne]],<br/>[[George Samilski]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=A [[Transmutate (character)|strange creature]] emerges from a damaged [[stasis pod]], and both [[Rampage (BW)|Rampage]] and [[Silverbolt (BW)|Silverbolt]] find a strange type of kinship with it.
 
|LineColor=801818
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[The Agenda (Part 1)]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=37
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[March 11]], 1998
 
|Aux1=[[Bob Forward]]
 
|Aux2=[[Cal Shumiatcher]]
 
|ProdCode=BW037
 
|ShortSummary=The [[Tripredacus Council]] sends an agent to Earth to bring back Megatron and his band of criminals.
 
|LineColor=801818
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[The Agenda (Part 2)]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=38
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[March 12]], 1998
 
|Aux1=[[Bob Forward]]
 
|Aux2=[[Owen Hurley]]
 
|ProdCode=BW038
 
|ShortSummary=Captured by [[Ravage (G1)|Ravage]], [[Megatron (BW)/Beast Wars cartoon continuity|Megatron]] lets the former Decepticon warrior in on the secret of the Golden Disk, and gets him to switch sides.
 
|LineColor=801818
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[The Agenda (Part III)]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=39
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[March 12]], 1998
 
|Aux1=[[Bob Forward]]
 
|Aux2=[[Asaph Fipke]],<br/>[[Colin Davies]]
 
|ProdCode=BW039
 
|ShortSummary=His plans crumbling, Megatron takes a final stab at winning the ''Beast Wars'' and changing history.
 
|LineColor=801818
 
}}
 
|}
 
 
==Season 3: 1998–1999==
 
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{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Optimal Situation]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=40
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[October 24]], 1998
 
|Aux1=[[Bob Forward]]
 
|Aux2=[[Steve Sacks]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=With [[Optimus Prime (G1)|Optimus Prime]] in critical condition after Megatron's attack, Optimus Primal takes on his [[spark]] to save the timestream.
 
|LineColor=006699
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Deep Metal]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=41
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[November 1]], 1998
 
|Aux1=[[Larry DiTillio]]
 
|Aux2=[[Owen Hurley]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=[[Depth Charge (BW)|Depth Charge]] arrives on Earth continuing his obsessive quest to hunt down Protoform X.
 
|LineColor=006699
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Changing of the Guard]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=42
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[November 8]], 1998
 
|Aux1=[[Evan Somers]]
 
|Aux2=[[Steve Sacks]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=While trying to salvage the [[Sentinel (BW)|Sentinel]] program from the ruins of the ''Axalon'', Rattrap finds himself caught between Depth Charge and Rampage.
 
|LineColor=006699
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Cutting Edge]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=43
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[November 15]], 1998
 
|Aux1=[[Ian Weir]]
 
|Aux2=[[Trenton Carlson]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=A new group of raptor clones attacks the proto-human tribe, and it falls to Cheetor and [[Blackarachnia (BW)|Blackarachnia]] to defend them.
 
|LineColor=006699
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Feral Scream Part 1]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=44
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[January 31]], [[1999]]
 
|Aux1=[[Greg Johnson]]
 
|Aux2=[[John Pozer]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=Megatron creates a new [[Dinobot II|Transmetal 2 Dinobot]] using alien technology, and Cheetor is caught in the blast as the device malfunctions.
 
|LineColor=006699
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Feral Scream Part 2]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=45
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[February 7]], 1999
 
|Aux1=[[Jules Dennis]]
 
|Aux2=[[Steve Sacks]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=Cheetor is behaving oddly after the accident, and a new [[Transmetal 2]] creature is stalking both camps.
 
|LineColor=006699
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Proving Grounds]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=46
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[February 14]], 1999
 
|Aux1=[[Arthur Sellers]]
 
|Aux2=[[William Lau]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=Blackarachnia discovers that removing a shell program could free her from Predacon control... or wipe her mind entirely. Believing this revelation to be the latest in a long line of mistrust between her and the Maximals, Blackarachnia strikes out on her own, only to be pulled into a dangerous cat-and-mouse game within a Predacon jamming zone by Dinobot II.
 
|LineColor=006699
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Go with the Flow]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=47
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[February 18]], 1999
 
|Aux1=[[Bob Forward]]
 
|Aux2=[[Cal Shumiatcher]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=Megatron and the Predacons are building a cannon that could destroy the ''[[Ark (G1)|Ark]]'' and the Maximals, but requires an organic life-form to finish the construction.
 
|LineColor=006699
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Crossing the Rubicon]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=48
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[February 22]], 1999
 
|Aux1=[[D. C. Fontana]]
 
|Aux2=[[Trenton Carlson]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=After experimenting with the [[Transmetal driver]], Blackarachnia's [[core consciousness]] begins to crash and Rhinox has to perform emergency surgery.
 
|LineColor=006699
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Master Blaster]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=49
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[March 1]], 1999
 
|Aux1=[[Eric Torin]]
 
|Aux2=[[Steve Sacks]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=After taking control of Optimus and capturing the Maximals, Megatron enters the Ark and absorbs the original Megatron's spark.
 
|LineColor=006699
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Other Victories]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=50
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[May 5]], 1999
 
|Aux1=[[Larry DiTillio]]
 
|Aux2=[[William Lau]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=The [[Vok]] send their powerful new emissary, [[Tigerhawk]] to Earth to stop the continued disruption of the time stream.
 
|LineColor=006699
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Nemesis Part 1]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=51
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[May 6]], 1999
 
|Aux1=[[Bob Forward]]
 
|Aux2=[[Ezekiel Norton]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=Down, but not out, Megatron discovers Tarantulas's secret tunnel network that leads to the [[Decepticon]] warship the ''[[Nemesis (G1)|Nemesis]]''.
 
|LineColor=006699
 
}}
 
 
{{Episode list
 
|Title=[[Nemesis Part 2]]
 
|EpisodeNumber=52
 
|OriginalAirDate=[[May 7]], 1999
 
|Aux1=[[Simon Furman]]
 
|Aux2=[[Cal Shumiatcher]],<br/>[[Steve Sacks]]
 
|ProdCode=
 
|ShortSummary=The end of the ''Beast Wars''. Megatron has possession of the ''Nemesis'', and Optimus and the Maximals need a last-minute miracle to stop him.
 
|LineColor=006699
 
}}
 
|}
 
 
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This is a list of episodes from the animated television series Beast Wars: Transformers. The series premiered on September 16, 1996 and ended on March 7, 1999. A total of 52 episodes were produced.

Season 1 (1996-1997)Edit

1. Beast Wars (Part 1)
2. Beast Wars (Part 2)
3. The Web
4. Equal Measures
5. Chain of Command
6. Power Surge
7. Fallen Comrades
8. Double Jeopardy
9. A Better Mousetrap
10. Gorilla Warfare
11. The Probe
12. Victory
13. Dark Designs
14. Double Dinobot
15. The Spark
16. The Trigger, Part 1
17. The Trigger, Part 2
18. Spider's Game
19. Call of the Wild
20. Dark Voyage
21. Possession
22. The Low Road
23. Law of the Jungle
24. Before the Storm
25. Other Voices, Part 1
26. Other Voices, Part 2

Season 2 (1997-1998)Edit

1. Aftermath
2. Coming of the Fuzors (Part 1)
3. Coming of the Fuzors (Part 2)
4. Tangled Web
5. Maximal, No More
6. Other Visits (Part 1)
7. Other Visits (Part 2)
8. Bad Spark
9. Code of Hero
10. Transmutate
11. The Agenda (Part 1)
12. The Agenda (Part 2)
13. The Agenda (Part 3)

Season 3 (1998-1999)Edit

1. Optimal Situation
2. Deep Metal
3. Changing of the Guard
4. Cutting Edge
5. Feral Scream Part 1
6. Feral Scream Part 2
7. Proving Grounds
8. Go with the Flow
9. Crossing the Rubicon
10. Master Blaster
11. Other Victories
12. Nemesis Part 1
13. Nemesis Part 2

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