When it detonated five minutes later, Sandstorm and the Paradronians stood alongside the Autobots and watched their homeworld's destruction. "It's as beautiful in death as it was in life," Sandstorm eulogized simply. Rodimus openly mocked him and told him Cybertron was better.

It's funny because that's not an exaggeration. Oh, Rodimus, you dick. -- 05:48, 24 April 2007 (UTC)
Yeah, Rodimus was seriously on the rag that episode. I think the ep was written kind of tongue-in-cheek; there's a lot of comedy that's begging for better delivery. And then there are just bizarre little moments, like when Rodimus decides out of nowhere that they should blow the planet up, and Sandstorm gets this big grin on his face as he talks about the escape pods. I think he's been waiting for an excuse to ride in an escape pod all his life. - Jackpot 05:57, 24 April 2007 (UTC)
If only Sandstorm was around in Headmasters when Scorponok blows up Cybertron. A reversal would have been hilarious. Or not. I don't think Rodimus cared about that, either. --ItsWalky 06:13, 24 April 2007 (UTC)
No one but Galvatron cared! I still can't believe how trivial it was to blow up their planet. How did no one do it before, if they all care so little about its survival? -LV 23:44, 24 April 2007 (UTC)
Heh. And Galvatron had been the first one to TRY to blow it up, back in Chaos. I mean, I guess it makes sense. Who among us hasn't yearned to obliterate the Earth at one point or another? I know I'm always fiddling with some doomsday device or other. - Jackpot 23:53, 24 April 2007 (UTC)
A year or two ago, I made three smallish bombs and had my thuggish lackeys place them in a couple of places around town, planning to reduce our planet to a mass of radioactive rubble. But then bin Laden ran up and defused them. -LV 00:45, 25 April 2007 (UTC)
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