|This article is about a/an episode in Denji Sentai Megaranger.|
|WARNING: This episode contains scenes of graphic violence, gun violence and blood. Viewer discretion is advised!|
Farewell! Sorrowful Android (さよなら! 哀しみのアンドロイド Sayonara! Kanashimi no Andoroido) is the tenth episode of Denji Sentai Megaranger.
Shun falls for a mysterious girl who is connected with a strange plot involving a beautiful woman causing havoc throughout the world.
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- Kenta Date (伊達 健太 Date Kenta): Hayato Oshiba (大柴 隼人 Ōshiba Hayato)
- Kouichirou Endou (遠藤 耕一郎 Endō Kōichirō): Atsushi Ehara (江原 淳史 Ehara Atsushi)
- Shun Namiki (並樹 瞬 Namiki Shun): Masaya Matsukaze (松風 雅也 Matsukaze Masaya)
- Chisato Jougasaki (城ヶ崎 千里 Jōgasaki Chisato): Eri Tanaka (たなかえり Tanaka Eri)
- Miku Imamura (今村 みく Imamura Miku): Mami Higashiyama (東山麻美 Higashiyama Mami)
- Professor Eikichi Kubota (久保田 衛吉博士 Kubota Eikichi-hakase): Satoru Saitō (斉藤暁 Saitō Satoru)
- Dr. Hinelar (ドクターヒネラー Dokutā Hinerā): Tetsuo Morishita (森下哲夫 Morishita Tetsuo)
- Shibolena (シボレナ Shiborena): Asami Jō (城 麻美 Jō Asami)
- Yugande (ユガンデ Voice): Hirotaka Suzuoki (鈴置 洋孝 Suzuoki Hirotaka)
- Bibidebi (ビビデビ Voice): Tomokazu Seki (関 智一 Seki Tomokazu)
- Neo-Bat Nezire (ネオコウモリネジレ Neo Kōmori Nejire, Voice): Toranori Yoshikawa (吉川虎範 Yoshikawa Toranori)
- Android 167: Aya Mibuki (美吹彩 Mibuki Aya)
- Shun Namiki's mother: Yukari Sato (佐藤ゆかり Satō Yukari)
- Truck Driver: Masumi Chino (知野真澄 Chino Masumi)
- Gang: Hiroshi Umi (海 弘士 Umi Hiroshi)
- Viewership: 6.5%
- this aired along with B-Robo Kabutack episode 9, Right this Instant!.
- Bat Nezire is revived in this episode as Neo-Bat Nezire.
- This episode focuses on Shun's past.
- The show that Miku appears to try and take Shun to is an homage to the 1960s British television series The Prisoner, created by and starring Patrick McGoohan.
- This may further be connected to this episode in the android Shun falls for merely having a number for her true name, "Number 167" (similar to McGoohan's character being only known as "Number 6" on the show).
- This episode was never used for Power Rangers in Space.
- Denji Sentai Megaranger Volume 1 features episodes 1-11.
- The complete Megaranger series was released in North America by Shout! Factory in 2017.