Nukes, Government Blackmail, and Vegan Seafood on Archer

This week in the world of cartoons, ISIS goes after a nuke on Archer, Ultra Magnus and Predaking return to Transformers mythology, and we get a 3D animated episode of Adventure Time! As always - minor spoilers ahead!

Ultimate Spider-Man – "House Arrest”

Nova short circuits Aunt May’s electrical system prior to a party, revealing the S.H.I.E.L.D. extreme home makeover of Aunt May’s dwelling. Can Spidey and Nova survive a home under Omega Lockdown?

Transformers: Prime – "Prey”

Shockwave unleashes his new take on an old creation – Predaking – on the Autobots this week, just in time for Ultra Magnus to arrive and re-assemble the shattered Autobot core.

Thankfully, Ultra Magnus doesn’t love the humans as much as Prime does.

Gravity Falls – "Carpet Diem"

Mabel is having a sleepover this week, but body swapping issues present some problems as Dipper finds himself in Mabel's body.

Adventure Time – "A Glitch Is a Glitch"

The Ice King is at center stage in this 3D animated episode from Monday, with the King trying to garner the eye of Princess Bubblegum by wiping the inhabitants of Ooo from existence.

Regular Show – "Fool Me Twice"

In this April Fool's day episode of Regular Show, Mordecai and Rigby enter the world of Wipeout-esque game shows, and emerge from Space Camp by the end.

Archer – " Sea Tunt: Part I"

ISIS is using Cheryl’s brother, Cecil Tunt, to salvage a hydrogen bomb from a downed B-52 bomber in the Bermuda Triangle. Cecil is asking some interesting questions about Cheryl’s mental state while on board – is he after her inheritance?

In the meantime, take note to never unleash Pam on a vegan seafood buffet. Kristen Schaal makes an appearance as Cecil Tunt’s only crew member. Archer clips can be a little blue (to steal an ol’ fashioned radio term), so consider them NSFW for you Saturday office workers.

Top image courtesy of FX. Archer airs Thursday nights on FX, while Ultimate Spider-Man airs Sunday mornings on Disney XD. Adventure Time and Regular Show air Monday nights on Cartoon Network. Transformers: Prime airs Friday nights on The Hub with replays on Saturday.