Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel "Attack Of The Galactic Ninjas"
I liked Levi saying he was never going to lose his memories again, and then the show just gives him that. Very cool.
Why does Victor think he can simply interrupt a play rehearsal and be given the lead for it? And why was he rewarded with the understudy position for it? Shouldn't the play already HAVE an understudy?
Mick's lesson with the hammer was unusually clumsy, even for him. Just because there is no actual way to get to the moral of "jumping to conclusions" from that. But I guess the 5 year olds who watch this show need the slapstick humor. It still doesn't make any sense.
Not bad. ***1/2.
Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel "The Need For Speed"
Question: Considering Monty and Victor's penchant for cheating in the past, why did the judges or anyone else take him supposedly winning the record at face value? Frankly, his sportsmanship in competitions is SO bad, that it's a wonder he hasn't been banned from these contests at the school yet.
I really liked the cheesy CGI in the climax as the Rangers fought that weird lookin' thing with an eagle for a head. That was a truly grotesque looking monster, and even if the CGI was cheap looking and fake, it (as well as the running effects on the Red Ranger) were cool.
Decent episode. ***1/2.