Transformers: Dark of the Moon is a 2011 action/sci-fi movie directed by Michael Bay and written by Ehren Kruger. It is the third installment in the bewilderingly popular Transformers live-action series.

It is probably the most incomprehensible movie the hosts have ever covered, which is saying a metric fuckton considering that they've covered multiple Saw movies, The Room, Alone in the Dark, and Highlander: The Source.


As soon as we figure that out, we'll let you know.

(Update: Three years later, still no clue.)

Notable CharactersEdit


  • This episode is the notable for immediately breaking the longest episode record that Episode 22 had held. It held the record for longest episode covering media until Episode 40.


For this episode, the hosts came up with a Final Word for the movie as well as another one for the trilogy.

James - Epistaxis (the movie) & Sociopathic (the series)

DamienScroll (the movie) & Ke$ha (the series)


  • James goes off on Transformers apologists just 35 minutes in
  • The Transformers really need a stenographer
  • Why is Aerosmith playing during a job interview montage??
  • John Malkovich was bronzed
  • John Malkovich was mauled to death by a circus lion in a convenience store
  • Sentinel Prime is the most uninspiring leader ever
  • Michael Bay's directing style is: sitting in a bubble bath, ramming Tonka trucks into each other
  • What if Michael Bay and Axl Rose got together?
  • "Is everyone okay?!"
  • Damien recaps the entire trilogy in under 12 minutes


Tiradesverse tropesEdit

Ending songEdit

Creedence Clearwater Revival Bad Moon Rising02:22

Creedence Clearwater Revival Bad Moon Rising

Before and AfterEdit

Previous Episode: Episode 22 - Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

Next Episode: Episode 24 - Torque

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