Silver, Yellow, Gold, Navy, and Orange Casters get together to talk about nothing in particular. Just a random variety hour type tokusatsu discussion whilst testing a new system and setup, so check it out if you're interested.
Yeah baby, Silver Medal is back and with a new voice on the team - Yellow Caster, AutoGar. After wrestling some hardware problems we begin Season 2 of Silver Medal with a Double Episode Special, featuring fake royalty, flying lighting pterodactyls, and an actual death maze. After that, we talk about the most timing-appropriate feature topic ever - What I Did On My Summer Vacation (from Silver Medal).
With Silver Caster gone, Pink Caster steps up to take command. Blue Caster sits on as per normal, and Green Caster gets real fucking drunk. We talk about the Dino Charge mid-season finale, the obligatory evil ranger clones episode, then talk about our favorite Megazord-component Zords.
Two members of the Cast, Navy Caster Crunchman, and Orange Caster Noble, join Silver, Blue, Green, and Pink for a nice, friendly look at the opening episodes of Kamen Rider Dragon Knight. Lots of us say that is was superior to Kamen Rider Ryuki, but is it really? Its opening episodes don't bode well as we get into some in depth and heated arguments about both DK and its source material, Kamen Rider Ryuki. Then we talk about our favorite and least favorite Power Ranger teamups!
Bit of a short episode as it's only Silver, Blue, and Pink. We talk about the debut of Ankyd- I mean, the Ankylozord, as well as the debut of Shelby's competence and her new bestie status with Kendall. This week's discussion topic - favorite non-base Megazord.
Silver Medal lives! Silver, Blue, Pink, and North Casters reconvene to talk about Breaking Black. No, we don't mean Breaking Bad, that's the name of the Dino Charge episode that we discuss that focuses (ha!) on Chase and tells us his origin story in time to get turned evil, then be saved by the power of skateboarding. Then we talk about our favorite and least favorite morphing sequences and why we like and hate them.