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Jindrax teams up with his brother to prove his worth by destroying the Rangers. After his brother is killed, Jindrax narrowly escapes. Feeling dejected, Jindrax strikes out on his own with his brother Juggelo. They follow Taylor, Max, and Kite to a carnival, and attempt to disrupt their day out.
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- Ricardo Medina, Jr. as Cole Evans (Red Wild Force Ranger)
- Alyson Kiperman as Taylor Earhardt (Yellow Wild Force Ranger)
- Phillip Jeanmarie as Max Cooper (Blue Wild Force Ranger)
- Jessica Rey as Alyssa Enrilé (White Wild Force Ranger)
- Jack Guzman as Danny Delgado (Black Wild Force Ranger)
- Phillip Andrew as Merrick Baliton (Lunar Wolf Wild Force Ranger)
- Ann Marie Crouch as Princess Shayla
- Ilia Volok as Master Org (credit only)
- Sin Wong as Toxica
- Danny Wayne Stallcup as Jindrax (voice)
- Ryan Goldstein as Kite
- Barbara Goodson/Ezra Weisz as Mandilok (voice)
- Patrick Thomas as Juggelo
- Johnny Ferrara as Store Owner
- This episode marks the first appearance of the Jungle Blaster, which is made up of five composite weapons which each represent a component of the Isis Megazord (although the weapons would never be used in their individual forms).
- The Jungle Blaster is exclusive to Power Rangers and never existed in Gaoranger.
- It is explained in this episode that once an Org is made to grow through Toxica's staff, they can never be returned to their previous small state, Not only is this proven wrong when Jindrax burps out the seeds he earlier swallowed, returning him to normal size, but Retinax also returned to his normal size after being defeated although it should be noted that Toxica didn't encounter him after this happened. Additionally, in Jindrax's case, he swallowed the seeds instead of being resurrected by them.
- Jindrax yelling the phrase "I'm melting!" is a reference to the 1939 film Wizard of Oz.
- In the beginning of the episode, Toxica states that Mandilok's meal consists of computer parts. It is actually a Motorsport carburetor.
- Max wasn't wearing any restraints when he re-entered the roller coaster car.
- Many more swords were thrown than were later shown in the sign.
- Despite the fact the Wild Force Megazord was being shown suffering repeated attacks, everything seemed fine inside the cockpit.
- Quest 37: Yabaiba Fired Up - Super Sentai counterpart in Gaoranger. See comparison page. (fight footage and story)
|List of Power Rangers Wild Force episodes|
1: Lionheart • 2: Darkness Awakening • 3: Click, Click, Zoom • 4: Never Give Up! • 5: Ancient Awakening • 6: Wishes On The Water • 7: The Bear Necessities • 8: Soul Searching • 9: Soul Bird Salvation • 10: Curse of the Wolf • 11: Battle Of The Zords • 12: Predazord, Awaken • 13: Revenge Of Zen-Aku • 14: Identity Crisis • 15: The Ancient Warrior • 16: The Lone Wolf • 17: Power Play • 18: Secrets And Lies • 19: The Tornado Spin • 20: Three's a Crowd • 21: A Father's Footsteps • 22: Sing Song • 23: The Wings of Animaria • 24-25: Reinforcements from the Future • 26: The Master's Last Stand • 27: Unfinished Business • 28: Homecoming • 29: The Flute • 30: Team Carnival • 31: Taming Of The Zords • 32: Monitoring Earth • 33: The Soul of Humanity • 34: Forever Red • 35-36: The Master's Herald • 37: Fishing for a Friend • 38: Sealing the Nexus • 39-40: The End of the Power Rangers
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