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The Dome Dolls is the twenty-second episode of Power Rangers RPM. It is the first RPM episode where Scott activates The Road Attack Zord with his own Engine Cell.
When an Attack Bot puts all of Corinth's men to sleep, it's up to the girls to suit up and defend Corinth. Summer takes up the lead and Together with Gemma, Dr. K, Vasquez and the other women of the city, they thwart Venjix's plans.
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- Eka Darville as Scott Truman (Red RPM Ranger)
- Ari Boyland as Flynn McAllistair (Blue RPM Ranger)
- Rose McIver as Summer Landsdown (Yellow RPM Ranger)
- Milo Cawthorne as Ziggy Grover (Green RPM Ranger)
- Daniel Ewing as Dillon (Black RPM Ranger)
- Mike Ginn as Gem (Gold RPM Ranger)
- Li Ming Hu as Gemma (Silver RPM Ranger)
- Olivia Tennet as Doctor K
- Andrew Laing as Venjix (Voice)
- James Gaylyn as Colonel Mason Truman
- Adelaide Kane as Tenaya 7
- Charlie McDermott as General Crunch (Voice)
- Mark Mitchinson as General Shifter (Voice)
- Damien Avery as Corporal Hicks
- Mia Koning as Vasquez
- Leighton Cardno as Kilobyte (Voice)
- ??? as Generation 3 Chemical Bot (Voice)
- Ranger Operator Series Red - Engine Cell #1 Eagle Racer (In Road Attack Zord)
- Ranger Operator Series Blue -
- Ranger Operator Series Yellow -
- Ranger Operator Series Green -
- Ranger Operator Series Black -
- Ranger Operator Series Gold -
- Ranger Operator Series Silver -
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- John Tellegen's first script had a "Rambo Granny": right at the end, a random old woman would "step up" and zap a monster with a plasma cannon. Disney rejected it as not seeming 'in universe'.
- Kilobyte is introduced although he doesn't appear in the next episode, "And... Action!" and in the following one, "Ancient History" he has a different voice.
- The plot with Kilobyte-Tenaya-Dillon is very similar to the In Space plot: Darkonda-Astronema-Andros.
- Flynn says during the zord battle "This is how we do it Glasgow style.", possibly indicating he grew up or lived in the city of Glasgow, Scotland.
- Kilobyte proves to have sexist tendencies, expressing women as being helpless without the men and joking about Tenaya being a "girl" making her inadequate.
- Ziggy says he had a dream about being on a date with Doctor K. This is the third time a potential romance is implied in RPM after Summer and Dillon and the much more subtle, and much less explored, interest between Flynn and Gemma from the previous episode. While Doctor K had implied Summer may also have feelings for Scott it was later shown her true feelings were for Dillon.
- Despite using the male oriented chemical and losing the female oriented chemical to the rangers, Tenaya's Chemical Attack Bot restocked with all his chemicals during the battle with Gemma and Summer.
- GP 30: Punch of Friendship - Super Sentai counterpart in Go-Onger. See comparison page. (fight footage)
- GP 38: The Maidens' Sanctity - Super Sentai counterpart in Go-Onger. See comparison page. (fight footage & story)
- GP 42: Campus Secret - Super Sentai counterpart in Go-Onger. See comparison page. (Kilobyte's debut)