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.
To celebrate our feature topic of Hero Mama League, the parental Casters are here this week! Do these ranger moms have what it takes to juggle saving the world and being good moms? But before that, we discuss the weird direction Build is going in for its last chapter, and then the debut of LupinX/PatrenX. Can Noel sweep this series, and our hearts, off their feet?
The Core Four are reunited finally, to discuss Heisei Generations FINAL, a tearjerking zombie horror flick that actually fits (mostly) snugly into the canon of both Ex-Aid and Build and manages to explain some things, but not everything. But first, we discuss the proper debut of Genius Form and How Grease Got His Jelly Back, as well as Sakuya getting away with not-entirely-unintetionally pouring soup on Nira from Drive.
With Ichi still away on vacation, the remaining Casters discuss Mad Mad Rogue, the technical debut of Genius Form, and GoodStriker's emo phase. To fill in the gap, we discuss two episodes of Liveman, because why not?
It's here! Castranger #200! This was recorded over two evenings. Part 1 features Ichi, Lane and Emily discussing this week's episodes, including the debut of Kamen Rider MadRogue who manages to save the Earth, and it becomes clear just how dense and socially awkward Keiichiro is. Then we move on to what you've been waiting for: we gather as many Casters as we can fit into a room, including a new face, Connie, aka Moon Caster, and give you a Castranger version of the movie you all know and hate-love, jam packed with brutal teardowns of all of its plotholes. We recommend you watch the YouTube version for that!
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As we approach episode 200, this week's a good old fashioned Joel and Phil adventure as Ichi and Lane bring you a two-person Double Episode Special! We discuss the evolution of Evol, all the way to his Black Hole Form, how Banjo pulls a lazy recolor form out of his ass, Keiichiro giving a deadly poison his middle finger, and Tooma's actor makes use of a well-known sentai trope to prove that he can in fact emote!
As we inch ever closer to the big two-hundo, we discuss Evol's new and badass Dragon Form Phase 2 stylin all over Team Build and completing the plotbox, then the Patos use excessive force to badass their way through their focus episode as Keiichiro literally almost dies to win our hearts this week. Finally, our topic for this week is the first episode of the ROGUE specials, as we learn that the reason Gentoku got all grumpy was because he didn't get nearly enough karaoke hours in the last few years.