In this week’s adventures: first Ranru shows off her cosplay skills in a gambit to keep a dangerous treasure away from a Trinoid. Afterward, Tricera wishes upon a star and becomes human. What kind of hijinks will ensure? You’ll have to watch to find out!
Episode 35 Notes:
Vulycheeasure – The Trinoid’s name is Hagetakarachee. Vulture (hagetaka), treasure (takara) and lychee (pronounced rachii).
“I’m part of the Dynasaur Squad, but this year I’m following the Tigers’ Hoshino’s example!”
This requires some explanation. Ranru is referring to Senichi Hoshino, a former professional base ball player and current manager. In 2003 (when Abaranger was airing), he was in charge of the Hanshin Tigers and led them to a championship victory. You can read more about him here.
Episode 36 Notes:
Miracle – This Giganoid is based on Haydn’s Symphony No. 96 “Miracle”.
Bracchio’s Line – “He dreams too, doesn’t he-bra?”
This comes from Special Investigator Robo Janperson’s ED, “Asayake no Lullaby” or “Morning Glow Lullaby”.
We’re taking a small break this week, but we’ll be back with more Abaranger the week after!