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Episode 37: Sena 1/5 (せな1/5 Sena Gōbun-no-Ichi) is the thirty-seventh episode of Mashin Sentai Kiramager. It features the full debut of the series' main antagonist, Emperor Yodon

Synopsis

Sena and Sayo are enjoying a brief break at a trendy cafe. When she heard that the sweets she was looking for were sold out, Sayo notices Sena immediately switching out and going for the second one, with Sayo being incredibly impressed at the speed she made that decision. Then, Yodonna appears after she was ordered by Emperor Yodon to "Find Oradin" she immediately goes to Earth to do as she was told. Although Yodonna was outnumbered during their fight, Yodonna's whip suddenly hits Sena, splitting her into five. There's a positive Sena, a cute Sena, a smart Sena, a grateful Sena, and lastly, a negative Sena. All five Sena's seem to have different personalities. Just then, Galza's Smog Jouki suddenly appears in the city.

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Notes

  • As part of Super Hero Time, this episode aired alongside Kamen Rider SaberIcon-crosswiki.png episode 16, Chapter 16: Saving the World, A Ray of Light.Icon-crosswiki.png
  • Pre-Credits Scene: Yodonna is shocked to learn that Emperor Yodon is inside her and to which Carantula comments that it’s like "she has another personality".
  • This is the last Kiramager episode to air in 2020.
  • The title of the episode is a reference to the Ranma ½ (らんま1/2 Ranma Nibun-no-Ichi) manga, which has been adapted into various media, including a 2011 television movie.
  • When Muryou merges Sena 1 and Sena 2 together, he performs it in a manner mirroring the dance from Pikotaro's hit song PPAP.
  • The Sena clones have numbers on the right side of the chest that move to their helmets when transformed as Kiramai Green. Much like Kyoryuger's Debo Yanasantas, the merged clones have combined numbers displayed from smallest to biggest.
  • This episode strongly tackles the sensitive subjects of depression and suicide

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