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Conner McKnight, Red Dino Ranger
Trent Fernandez, White Dino Ranger
Ethan James, Blue Dino Ranger
Shane Clarke (Red Wind Ranger)
Tori Hanson (Blue Wind Ranger)
Kira: Evil rangers? How is that even possible?
Why is Kira so surprised by the existence of evil rangers? Has she forgotten that about Trent's time as an evil ranger, as well as the White Ranger clone, and Tommy's time as the Green Ranger?
In several shots during the Motocross race, Blake is seen wearing his Thunder Morpher, which isn't on his wrist in surrounding scenes (this is due to them using recycled footage for the actual race).
Why is Mesogog so interested in evil Rangers? Hasn't he had enough disappointment already, between Trent and the clone?
Why didn't Lothor imprison his brother in the bottle, too?
When Haley and Tommy are looking at the map of California and Haley points out that the disturbance is coming from Blue Bay Harbor, where she points is nowhere near water. Blue Bay Harbor had a beach which stands to reason it's on the coast or at the very least by a big lake.
Why do the students wear helmets and tori, dustin and shane take their's off to fight
Tommy: (To the other Dino Rangers) Don't destroy them.
Kira: I don't want to fight you.
Tori: Big mistake.
Blake: So, you guys wanna get a bite to eat? (his mini morpher goes off) Uh...looks like we're gonna have to reschedule. (runs off)
Kira: That was weird.
[their morphers go off]
Ethan: Not so weird.
Shane: Alright, how do you think that went?
Dustin: Dude, we totally kicked their butts! Yow!
Tori: I believe he was talking to them, Sensei Dustin.
Dustin: This is a private lair.
Elsa: Back off, buddy!
Lothor: Now I have to make a power nap. Leave me.
Elsa: You're gonna need more than a nap to beat the Power Rangers.
Mesogog: Reefside is about to get a whole lot more interesting...
Shane: You must be lost, cause I know we didn't invite you.
Ethan: Maybe you forgot, but you're supposed to beat the bad guys, not be the bad guys.
Tori: Good, bad, what's the difference? It's all about power!
Kapri: Yeah...but we can help!
Lothor: Like you did last time?
Kapri: No! No! Seriously, uh, we're ninjas now, and we can totally kick butt!
(Marah accidentally hits her.)
(About to get bottled up by Lothor.)
Kapri: No, wait, not us!
Marah: We're family!
Lothor: Only by marriage.
Marah: I thought you were...
Lothor: Gone? Destroyed? History?
Marah: Well, yeah.
Lothor: Sorry to disappoint, girls, but I'm back in black. And needless to say, I'm in a mood.
Kapri: Yeah, like that woulda changed.
Marah: Cam, your father's, like, a really great sensei. I'm sure he'll be fine.
Kapri: Yeah, and hey, you got us in the meantime!
Cam: Very comforting.
Kira: Trent, does that guy at the bar look familiar to you?
Trent: You mean the one in the blue hat? Not really, why?
Kira: I'm sure I've seen him before.
Conner: Why don't we just use our Dinozords and kick their Ninja butts. I don't get it.
Ethan: I'm with Conner on this one.
Kira: Me too.
Tommy: Look, cause their people that were once good, but something has happen to them. Until we figure that out we defend ourselves. But we don't destroy them.
Mesogog: Evil Power Rangers. The irony of that is almost too good to be true.
Trent and Tommy do not appear morphed in this episode.
The method used to turn the Wind Rangers evil is a combo of Astronema turning the TMNT evil in "Shell Shocked", and how Trent became the evil White DinoThunder Ranger earlier this season in "White Thunder (1)" by donning a tainted morpher.
This is the first time two different teams of Power Rangers have come to blows with one another.
There's irony in that it's the Wind Rangers who get turned evil this time around, instead of the Thunders.
Lothor's capturing of the ninja students in a bottle is similar to the plight faced by ninja master Ninjor from MMPR Season 3.
Trent mentions that he thought the DinoThunder Rangers were the only team still around, implying all still-active teams from the past are indeed retired.
It's finally revealed that Lothor's only related to Marah & Kapri by marriage.
The scene of Shane, Dustin, and Tori teaching the ninja students is in stark contrast as a bookend to their introduction in "Prelude to a Storm."
Kira's recognizing Blake is a direct reference to "Legacy of Power", wherein she saw him in both civilian and Ranger forms.
First time a team-up between two PR teams has included the footsoldiers from the previous season (unless you count the Piranahtrons in "True Blue To The Rescue").
The two "Monster Generals" from the Japanese TV show version of the DinoThunder Ranger's exploits (from "Lost & Found In Translation") make their "real life" debut here, as demons Lothor rescued from the Abyss of Evil. They're not named onscreen, but episode writer Douglas Sloan has said they're named "Pupperazi and Izzy" after two net.fans of the program.
First team-up between two full Ranger teams since PRWF's "Reinforcements From The Future (2)".
The opening credits' final shot of the Rangers posing in front of explosions gets replaced with the DinoThunder/Ninja Storm 11 Ranger colored-smoke pose shot, for this episode and next only.
"POWER RANGERS NINJA STORM" meets "POWER RANGERS DINOTHUNDER", part one of two.
Mesogog's utter lack of respect for Lothor, a factor in both this and the next episodes, was first mentioned back in "Day of the Dino, Part 2"
Tori: "Good, bad, what's the difference? It's all about power!"
The evil Blue Wind Ranger's comment is highly similar to the remark made by the First Evil on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" in the 7th season premiere.
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