|Hungry for Voltron|
|Air date||August 18, 2011 (USA)|
|Written by||Len Uhley|
|Directed by||John Delaney|
|Story by||Todd Garfield and Jeremy Corray|
|Supervising director||Steven E. Gordon|
Allura, Coran, and Larmina take a diplomatic trip to Ebb, a planet under Garrison blockade, even though the request for help seems very suspicious.
Allura teaches the cadets about "tact", being ambassadors of Voltron Force, a symbol of peace and justice. But Larmina being bound to Arus is convinced that her home planet is the best at everything and just thinks its a hollow speech of respecting other cultures.
Coran receives a message on the old multi-face diplomatic channel from Sypat, ruler of Planet Ebb. He and his people are no longer willing to stand for Sky Marshall Wade's tyranny of the galaxy and wants to form an alliance with Arus and Voltron Force and asks Allura to come to Ebb. However, Lance thinks its a trap but Allura takes Coran and Larmina in the blue lion and soon discover Lance was correct. They're caught in Wade's blockade of Ebb and are forced to fight in his arena that's televised to all the planets during a live transmission.
The rest of the force comes to the rescue and Sypat gets Larmina's voltcom back and she helps out as well. Meanwhile, Wade's robots form a giant robot that does battle with a four lion Voltron that's weak without Allura's blue lion, but she manages to form a leg and takes out the giant robot saving Ebb which is now a free planet once again. In the end, Larmina finally learns the value of being a good-will ambassador. Lance and Keith resolve to take Wade down once and for all.
- The animators lazily used an Earth model for Planet Ebb. In the space scenes, you can see the familiar shapes of the various Earth continents on the planet in the background.
- Ebb was the planet where Sven had been sent to recover from his injuries in the original series.