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No. 32-kai! Sakasama Gets Angry! Is That a Monkey? (怒るサカサマ!まさかサルかい? Ikaru Sakasama! Masaka Saru kai?) is the thirty-second episode of Kikai Sentai Zenkaiger. It features Flint's only transformation into Twokaizer (albeit bodyswapped with Zocks).

Synopsis

With the advent of Hakaizer, Stacy, who is more hungry for results than ever before, challenges Kaito to a fight once again. However, Inverted World sent by Barashitara appears nearby, and the personalities of Stacey and Kaito are switched.

Stacey, in the form of Kaito, is taken back to Colorful after he fainted on the ground. Meanwhile, Kaito, who now looks like Stacy, has unexpectedly infiltrated Tojitendo Palace. Kaito is desperate to find his father as he searches the interior of the palace to find him, staying upbeat and enthusiastic as he goes along the way. Will his mission be successful?

Plot

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Cast

Guest Cast

Suit Actors

Form Changes and Collectibles Used

Sentai Gears

Zenryoku Zenkai Cannon Summons

Zenryoku ZenkaiOh Summons

Mecha

Elements/Homages to Super Sentai

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  • A Battle Fever J sound effect is played when Stacaesar and Battle Japan stand together in the same shot, a homage to the fact that Stacaesar's design is based on Battle Japan.
  • Each of the Legend Rangers summoned by the Zenryoku Zenkai Cannon have a relation with each other.
    • Science Power - Sentai Teams that during production were to possess elements from Giant Robot Anime but changed.
    • Patrol Power - An original Candidate that was suppossed to be part of the Core Team left due to an incident that forced them to leave.
    • Fighting Power - 2 different teams have a relation
      • Battle Fever and Maskman - Both teams where each member uses a different type of fighting style.
        • Battle Fever - Each member uses a different type of dance based on the country they are based on.
        • Maskman - Each Member using their own Martial Arts style.
      • Dairanger and Gekiranger - A villain from both seasons were the reason behind the events of their respective shows.

Errors

  • The camera vibrates a bit when Kaito, and Stacy discovered they've switched bodies.
  • The label on the jar Mr. Sue tries to open switches places between shots.

Notes

  • As part of Super Hero Time, this episode aired alongside Kamen Rider ReviceIcon-crosswiki.png episode 7, Theft!? Skateboard!? I'm Kagero!Icon-crosswiki.png
  • The title is a palindrome in Japanese.
  • Kaito and Stacy swapping bodies could be a nod to Stacy’s actor auditioning for the role of Kaito.
  • Stacy fall into a pile of trash as Kaito is a throwback to the situation in the premier episode.
  • The opening theme song has been updated with Flint and Zocks dancing in the corners, and Zenryoku ZenkaiOh replacing JuraGaon and VrooMagine at the end of the song.
  • Curiously, the Pat Striker summoned by Zenryoku ZenkaiOh is the Dekarangers' Greater Power from Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger, instead of the original one from Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger. This is presumably due to there being no available render of the original Pat Striker design.
  • This episode marks the first time that Kaito, in Stacy's body, encounters Great King Boccowaus and Gege.
  • Zocks only transforms while in Flint’s body.

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