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Caught Red-Handed 

Circumstantial evidence gets Brody accused of stealing a family heirloom from Principal Hastings. The third Galactic Ninja attacks.


Murray Keane


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Episode cast overview:
William Shewfelt ... Brody Romero / Red Ninja Steel Ranger
Nico Greetham ... Calvin Maxwell / Yellow Ninja Steel Ranger
Zoë Robins ... Hayley Roster / White Ninja Steel Ranger (as Zoe Robins)
Peter Adrian Sudarso ... Preston Tien / Blue Ninja Steel Ranger (as Peter Sudarso)
Chrysti Ane ... Sarah Thompson / Pink Ninja Steel Ranger
Jordi Webber ... Levi Weston / Gold Ninja Steel Ranger
Caleb Bendit ... Monty
Chris Sean Reid ... Victor Vincent (as Chris Reid)
Kelson Henderson ... Mick Kanic
Amanda Billing ... Principal Hastings
Jacque Drew Jacque Drew ... Madame Odius (voice)
Campbell Cooley ... Cosmo Royale (voice)
Marissa Stott Marissa Stott ... Badonna (voice)
Charlie McDermott ... Rygore (voice)
Aidee Walker Aidee Walker ... Venoma (voice)


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As students prepare to embark on an annual camping trip with Principal Hastings, her precious grandmother's compass disappears after some classroom turmoil. Discovered in Brody's open pack, Hastings demands an explanation which Brody can't provide, so she bans him from the trip to sit in detention with Monty and Victor. When the next Galaxy Warrior contestant attacks near camp, Brody must figure a way to serve out his detention while aiding his teammates. Written by statmanjeff

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When Rygore appears after Brody joins the other Ranger teens following his detention, they're in a parking lot, then they're suddenly in a mowed clearing in the woods, then they're suddenly in the woods itself. See more »


Madame Odius: [laughs] Show's over! Ninjas lose!
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Referenced in Power Rangers Ninja Steel: Magic Misfire (2018) See more »

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17 minutes of boring meets a shocking end filled with plot holes.
31 July 2018 | by striderxanthosSee all my reviews

After a grueling 23 weeks, the show will finally return into episode 9 of Super Ninja Steel, which is episode 31 of the Ninja Steel saga as a whole. This episode doesn't give much hope that the next episode will be that much special. The first half of the episode finally gives the main protagonist a focus episode, but like the wasted potential of the spoiler, it only serves to force a moral about integrity through camping trips and detention. Not that that can't be fun, but its dry. As Brody faces detention for something he didn't do, the third Galactic Ninja: a rhino anthropomorphic ninja with sais and dice roll powers (just go with it) damage the other rangers to the point where Brody is barely able to save him. After a boring reveal that he didn't steal the principal's device, he gets a reward for bravery, which is not how honesty should work, but he's able to join the rangers. They defeat Rygore with a random finishing attack and defeat him in the zords.

Then, the twist happens and though it sounds cool, it isn't. Odius claims that three of the Galactic Ninjas are now destroyed despite the leader being alive and in the same episode with her on screen in the game show that she hosts! Odius asks the fourth ninja for her medallion, which gives them more abilities and power set in order to power up a gigantic mech. Question, if she needed the medallion and is the big bad of the show, why couldn't she just asked the ninjas she hired to take them. Also, had this been the case, she could've done this back in episode 6. If the purpose for the Galactic Ninjas wasn't to provide a challenge to the rangers and take their Power Stars, then from a narrative standpoint, asking/demanding for the medallions to be used for mech followed by introducing the medallions for the Galactic Ninjas to boost their powers when the rangers defeat it would make more sense from a narrative standpoint. For once, the villains defeat the rangers and their zord stars are damaged. Before they are destroyed, the mech ceases functioning: the female ninja explaining that they take a full day to recharge, forcing the rangers to find a way to defeat it in 24 hours as "to be continued" appears on the screen. This episode reflects Ninja Steel in a nutshell, good ideas, little execution. The barebones moral of the day gives Brody's actor a bit more to shine but falls flat since the plot ends halfway through the season. The Rhino ninja has a interesting gimmick, but with little personality and lackluster abilites, the fight becomes boring as there is no tension since Victor and Monty and Brody's plots are done and then Odius rushes her "secret plan" for no reason other than to fill time and start the hiatus with something to try and surprise the audience. Again, another lackluster episode resulting from a boring filler plot and failed attempts at grabbing the audiences attention.

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17 March 2018 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Auckland, New Zealand

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