Cel disassembles a street-stolen bookshelf in the background while the Casters regale you with the tales of this week's toku episodes. Sougo encounters the clearly Predator-inspired Another Rider Ex-Aid who "somehow" survives two years of existence and then challenges them to Mighty Action Z. In this Hokan Keikaku, the actors conspire against the staff, and it seems a little excessive, even to us! Finally, continuing the stupidly well-timed Gashatember, we discuss the second movie in the Another Ending Trilogy, aka "where the trilogy finally starts to get good," even though the movie is literally about a tamagotchi game.
Toei promptly tells Castranger to go fuck themselves by way of the Hokan Keikaku episodes thus far. In response, in a move unheard of since logic'ing out Cronus's Reset paradox, Ichi manages to logic out MOST, not all, of the time/space paradox nonsense presented by episodes 1 and 2 of Zi-O. Come witness, jaw agape, as we go all Pepe Silvia on this show's ass. Next, Sakuya guns for our jobs and Noel smuglords his way through the weirdest collection piece thus far. Finally, we begin GASHATEMBER, our Ex-Aid-themed 3/4 of a month, by discussing the first of the trilogy movies. The Chou Den-O Episode Red, if you will.
It's here! It's time! It's Rider Time! Zi-O is here, and WOW is it RIFE with problems immediately! But first, Keiichiro cements his position as best character in the VS Sentai by taking a "vacation" and becoming best friends with Kairi. THEN we get into this time-tripping ride of a show, its several elephant-sized plotholes, and for a feature topic we discuss our predictions and theories. How bad of a start is Zi-O off to??
Red Caster makes it here from his side quest just in time to join us for the finale of Build. But first, we throw in a quick mention of the Power Rangers anniversary episode, and Lupinranger VS Patranger occupies our time with a haphazardly thrown together clip show. Finally, we discuss the ending to what could be the greatest Kamen Rider series. Our opinions differ. Our predictions come true. We share who we loved, what we loved, and why as our "feature topic" becomes a retrospective discussion on the series as a whole and analysis of each of the major characters.
With ChouRaven here in place of Emily and Gar, we discuss the penultimate episode of Build, as the ever-dwindling cast of heroes dwindles yet further still, and we honor the memory of Himuro Gentoku by taking a look back at the hardest point in his life: part 2 of the ROGUE specials, featuring a lot of implied dick references? Also it's Umika's birthday and her dad's here and HOLY HELL THE MAGIC DIAL FIGHTER YOU GUYS, THE MAGIC DIAL FIGHTER.
Stage Caster Thespian joins us to talk about this weirdly musical episode of LuPat. This week's Build leaves a robot-shaped hole in our hearts in more ways than one. Our feature topic is a couple more episodes of Kyoryuger Brave. Why? Because fuck it.
Arcadia joins us this week in place of Gar as we finally catch back up with our own schedule. We discuss Evolt starting up the endgame and the debut of Grease Blizzard, how Noel minmaxes all of the resources at his disposal to kill a squirrel, and our feature topic is the Korean tokusatsu Legend Hero. Could this mashup of Blade, Ryuki, and Ghost prove that the sum is greater than its parts?
With Blaze and Armorhide subbing in for Lane and Gar, the Casters discuss the debut of the Blizzard Knuckle, and Tooma finally gets a well-cooked episode. Our feature topic this week ia Megabot, a YouTube series that stars someone you may have seen in a superhero movie recently...
Savage Caster is just in time to keep us as far off-topic as possible as we discuss this week's episodes, including Sento processing his daddy issues, the debut of NeoBoner-Oh, aka X Emperor, and the debate gets hot as we discuss Reboot: The Guardian Code. Is this rehash of a beloved children's show really that bad??
As Raven bails and we continue to exist somehow in a world where we can only hear Dream Caster in our hearts due to technical difficulties, the remaining Casters trodge on as we discuss this week's episodes. First, we discuss how Sento and Gentoku bond over their daddy issues, then we talk about Noel continuing his bullet train-paced introduction arc, and finally or feature topic is Kyoryuger's bonus episode, made for the fans and starring fans.