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The Grass is Always Greener... or Bluer is the thirteenth episode of Power Rangers Super Megaforce, the second season of Power Rangers Megaforce. It is also the debut of the Legendary Ninja Megazord as well as a new weapon: the Super Mega Cannon.
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- Andrew Gray as Troy Burrows/Super Megaforce Red
- John Mark Loudermilk as Noah Carver/Super Megaforce Blue and Jake Holling/Super Megaforce Green
- Azim Rizk as Jake Holling/Super Megaforce Green and Noah Carver/Super Megaforce Blue
- Ciara Hanna as Gia Moran/Super Megaforce Yellow
- Christina Masterson as Emma Goodall/Super Megaforce Pink
- Cameron Jebo as Orion/Super Megaforce Silver
- Ian Harcourt as Mr. Burley
- Stephen Butterworth as Prince Vekar (voice)
- Rebecca Parr as Levira (voice)
- John Leigh as Damaras (voice)
- Mark Scott as Tranceferer (voice)
- Paul Harrop as Turtlelini (voice)
Legendary Ranger Modes
- Legendary Ranger Modes for The Grass is Always Greener... or Bluer:
- Super Megaforce Red - Red Alien Ranger, Jungle Fury Red Ranger, Red Blitz Ranger
- Super Megaforce Blue - Blue Alien Ranger, Jungle Fury Blue Ranger, Blue Blitz Ranger
- Super Megaforce Yellow - Yellow Alien Ranger, Jungle Fury Yellow Ranger, White Blitz Ranger
- Super Megaforce Green - Black Alien Ranger
- Super Megaforce Pink - White Alien Ranger, Jungle Fury Rhino Ranger, Pink Blitz Ranger
- Super Megaforce Silver - N/A
- With this episode, Gia has morphed into all 3 of her male counterparts at least once, while Emma has morphed into all three of her White Ranger counterparts at least once.
- As of this episode, Gia has transformed into all of her counterparts from the Zordon Era at least once.
- The Jungle Fury Legendary Mode that the Super Mega Rangers morphed into to become teams who had introduced a new special weapon or trump card in order to destroy something with massive defensive power, similar to the introduction to the Super Mega Cannon. In this case, the Claw Cannon, which is first used to destroy the near-impenetrable shield of Toady.
- The suits from Dengeki Sentai Changeman appear in this episode, with the explanation that they are derived from the "Legendary Dragon".
- This episode marks the only time the Super Mega Rangers use the Blitz keys and the Aquitar keys with the exception of the Black Alien Ranger and the White Alien Ranger.
- When the Super Mega Rangers hold up their Ranger Keys before placing them in the Super Mega Cannon, the borders surrounding the Ranger Keys were all miscolored except for Super Megaforce Red as Super Megaforce Pink and Green are switched and Super Megaforce Blue and Yellow are also switched.
- When Super Megaforce Green (Noah) is placing the two keys into his Super Mega Blaster, the Midorenger key is briefly shown.
- When the Rangers transform into Alien Rangers, they use the Morphing Call "Powers of Aquitar, Activate!" and not "We Need Aquitar Ranger Power!" or "Rangers of Aquitar, We need Full Power!".
- Also, when the Rangers morph into the Aquitar Rangers, the Kakuranger logo appears behind them.
- Right after the Rangers transform into "New Powers", they get knocked down by their enemy. The camera zooms in onto him as the shot excludes the Rangers in their New Powers suits all based on the Legendary Dragon, and then repeats almost identically but this time the Red Ranger is suited up as Lightning Red. This is because Gokai Red transforms into Red Mask after the team changes to Changeman in episode 32 of Gokaiger to use the God Hand.
- When Noah (in Jake's body) is working on the Super Mega Cannon's skeletal frame, depending on the shot, the table switches from being messy with tools and parts to being almost entirely mess-free.
- When Super Megaforce Blue and Super Megaforce Green are performing their Super Mega Final Strike against Tranceferer, for a brief second, Super Megaforce Yellow Ranger Keys are seen in the Super Mega Blasters.
- This is due to the Gokaiger episode counterpart were Gokai Yellow was switched with Green instead.
- This is the second time when the Super Mega Rangers, as the Jungle Fury Rangers names the team finisher as the Jungle Fury Claw Booster. The first being Spirit of the Tiger.
- When Noah and Jake change bodies, Noah wears glasses as if he needed them in Jake's body.
- This could, however, be seen as an homage to the episode Switching Places where the same happened to Kimberly and Billy
- It seems Noah (in Jake's body) is using the Midorenger's key during the test on the Super Mega Blaster.
- This episode is similar to the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (Season 1) episode Switching Places.
- This is the first episode since Super Megaforce to have two monsters of the day.
- This is the last appearance of
- Super Megaforce Red Ranger's Jungle Fury Red Ranger form.
- Super Megaforce Blue Ranger's Jungle Fury Blue Ranger form.
- Super Megaforce Yellow Ranger's Jungle Fury Yellow Ranger form.
- Super Megaforce Pink Ranger's Jungle Fury Rhino Ranger form.
- This is the only appearance of
- Super Megaforce Red Ranger's Red Alien Ranger and Red Blitz Ranger form.
- Super Megaforce Blue Ranger's Blue Alien Ranger and Blue Blitz Ranger form.
- Super Megaforce Yellow Ranger's Yellow Alien Ranger and White Blitz Ranger form.
- Super Megaforce Green Ranger's Black Alien Ranger form.
- Super Megaforce Pink Ranger's Pink Blitz Ranger form.
- The idea of switching Noah and Jake comes from Gokaiger since Gokai Green was more like the genius of the team and build the new cannon.
- During the Yellow Ranger Panel at Power Morphicon 2018, Ciara Hanna claimed that the idea of switching Noah and Jake came from how Azim Rizk and John Mark Loudermilk had a habit of mimicking each other off-camera.
- Pluto being reclassified from its status as a planet in the real world is mentioned.
- When she briefly forgets Noah and Jake switched bodies, Gia accidentally shows that she likes Jake.
- The episode includes episode from Episode 32-One Power from Gokaiger, and the changes for J.A.K.Q. Dengekitai and Kagaku Sentai Dynaman are not used.
- Ep. 26: Shushuuto The Special - Super Sentai counterpart in Gokaiger. See comparison page. (Ninja Storm key glowing footage)
- Ep. 27: A More Than Usual Gokai Change - Super Sentai counterpart in Gokaiger. See comparison page. (Tranceferer fight footage & story)
- Ep. 32: One Power - Super Sentai counterpart in Gokaiger. See comparison page. (Turtlelini fight footage & story)
- Ep. 1: Arrival! Secret Power! - Super Sentai counterpart in Changeman. See comparison page. (Blitz/Dragon Rangers debut)