I see where you are coming from, and although I don’t share your opinions, I’m not going to hate you for it.
That aside, here’s my opinion on the matter. I found the IFB TV episode not just poorly executed, but morally wrong. First of all, I didn’t find the genocide thing at the end cool at ALL. The beasts were clearly a species (and society) that already lived there, for much longer than the civilian robots at that. So, somehow the fact that they are defending their home from invaders makes them evil? And then(aside from breez), the heroes proceed to just kill every beast/jumper they run into, rather than just tranquilizing them or trapping them. Then, they chase the beasts deeper into their territory and, aside from breez, the heroes proceed to shoot at the main nest. breez tries to communicate with the queen, but then in an unfortunate turn of story writing a jumper steps on the gun and the queen gets angry again. Of course, the less than dumb heroes take that as their queue to shoot down the nest and the queen beast, dooming that species to extinction. And then, they return to the surface and are celebrated for their genocide. I’m not a fan of that. Oh, and it was kind of frustrating that every time Breez tried to do anything smart, she was kind of just figuratively shot down.
So yeah, IfB was a huge disappointment.