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|This article is about a/an episode in Juken Sentai Gekiranger.|
Wasshi-Wasshi Moving On! is the forty-second episode of Juken Sentai Gekiranger.
The four Gekirangers are defeated by Long's Twin Phantoms, who use stronger Dorou Grains to seal the four into a gourd like the others for Dorou's Scream Program. Meanwhile, reporting his minions' success, Long advises Rio that his rivalry with Jan is pointless, only to be knocked down for overestminating Jan. After surviving their encounter with Mele, Jan and Sha-Fu arrive to Dan's hometown where the Geki Jūken began. Once there, the two find the place in ruins from a landslide, just after Dan is killed by Rio, as Jan finds a locket with a picture of himself as a baby and the parents he never knew. With Sha-Fu speculating Dan's feelings for his son, enabling Jan to decide not to runaway from his troubles and face them head on as a Gekiranger. Regaining his Geki Changer, Jan assumes Super Form and frees everyone from the gourds. Super Geki Red then battles Long's Twin Phantoms until the others join in. But Long, annoyed that Jan could defeat his minons, attacks Jan personally before re energizing his Twin Phantoms to enlarge, use their tag-team to overwhelm the Gekirangers until the tables turn. While Dorou is destroyed by the Geki Beasts, Sojo was destroyed by SaiDaiGeki Tohja. Although Jan is staying with the team with a "wasshiwasshi" feeling, Sha-Fu is worried about the golden scale he found in the ruins.
- As part of Super Hero Time, this episode aired alongside Kamen Rider Den-O episode 45, Reliving a Blank Day
- This is the fourth of seven consecutive episodes where the character themes (as sung by the actors themselves) make up the ending of Gekiranger in place of regular ending theme Tao. The fourth, Wondering Wolf, is performed by Riki Miura, who portrays Gou Fukami.
Juken Sentai Gekiranger Volume 11 features episodes 41-44: Lesson 41: Zushi-Zushi! No More, Lesson 42: Wasshi-Wasshi Moving On!, Lesson 43: Hapi-Hapi! Merry Christmas, Osu, and Lesson 44: Wafu-Wafu! Father's Melody.