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Recap / Power Rangers Ninja Steel S 02 E 10 Dimensions In Danger

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The evil Lord Draven has his sights set on destroying the multiverse, and he requires the Power Rangers to help him accomplish this. Capturing various Rangers from across every known reality, Draven creates evil clones to assist him in his plans. Time Force's Wes Collins detects the threat and journeys through time and space to recruit the Ninja Steel Rangers and other Rangers, including the legendary Tommy Oliver, to help him repel the threat of Draven before he shatters all of reality!


Tropes in this episode:

  • Amulet of Concentrated Awesome: Or rather "Morpher of Concentrated Awesome". Tommy brandishes the Master Morpher, a new Power Morpher which allows him to morph into any of the previous forms he used.
  • Babies Ever After: Tommy and Kat married and have a son called JJ.
  • Big Damn Heroes: The group is surrounded on the bridge and about to get blasted when an invisible force plows through the mooks. He then reveals himself to be Tommy.
  • The Bus Came Back: Several veteran Rangers return, including Katherine as the Pink Turbo Ranger, Rocky DeSantos as the Red Mighty Morphin Ranger, Trent Mercer as the White Dino Ranger, Gia as the Yellow Megaforce Ranger, TJ as the Blue Space Ranger, and Tommy in virtually all of his Ranger forms over the years. And if one counts Zords, Tommy's Falconzord appears for the first time since "Hogday Afternoon, Part 2".
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  • Broken Faceplate: In the extended version, Tommy fights his doppelganger as Dino Thunder Black, only to get his visor broken.
  • Continuity Nod: Tommy's house from Dino Thunder is shown, revealing he still lives in Reefside.
  • Dramatic Unmask: The cloaked figures from the previous episode reveal themselves to be Wes, Gemma, and Koda.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Prior to the special, Soul of the Dragon, a story for the BOOM! Studios line was announced featuring an older Tommy with the ability to use his different powers, and J.J., his son with Kat. The latter makes a voice-only cameo early in the episode, and the Master Morpher is revealed later, to establish that the comic book is within the televised canon.
  • Evil Doppelgänger: Draven creates clones from the Rangers he captures, and that includes yet another evil version of Tommy!
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  • Freeze-Frame Bonus: Tommy and Kat are holding hands as they jump into the portal home, quietly indicating that they're together.
  • Godzilla Threshold: According to Wes, the machine used to travel to other dimensions is very dangerous and taxing on the Morphing Grid, so it is only to be used in an emergency like this.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Draven attempts to finish off the multiverse by launching his last Mega Arrow at the crack he's formed. Tommy catches it with the Falconzord and throws it right back at him, weakening him enough for the other Rangers to flash fry him with their blasters.
  • Invisibility: The villains didn't know Tommy's Dino Gem granted him invisibility, which saved him from being captured after his first fight with the robot. He was able to further exploit this ability to save the other incoming Rangers.
  • Mirror Match: Tommy and his robot impostor start out this way until they morph, where Tommy demonstrates a much larger range of powers.
  • Power of Trust: The group immediately suspects Draven is exploiting this by using a robot patterned after Tommy. As they say, virtually every other Ranger would consider him a friendly face and not have their guard up.
  • Pre-Asskicking One-Liner: Both the real and robot Tommy do this to each other.
    Robot!Tommy: Who better to destroy the real Tommy Oliver than me?
    Tommy: ...but unless you've got a Master Morpher, you ain't nothing but a cheap copy.
    Robot!Tommy: This copy's gonna kick your butt.
  • Spin-Offspring: Though not seen, Tommy and Kat have a son called JJ.
  • Time Travel: Time Force gave Wes, Gemma, and Koda inter-dimensional portal devices to travel between the Ranger dimensions, yet they can also time travel, it seems, since Koda was last seen going back to the Ice Age and is apparently going back there after the adventure in this episode.

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