|This article is about a/an episode in Power Rangers Samurai.|
|There Go the Brides|
|Power Rangers Samurai, Episode 18x08|
|Air date March 13, 2011|
| Written by Yasuko Kobayashi (Original screenplay)|
Jill Donnellan and Jonathan Rosenthal
|Directed by Peter Salmon|
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There Go the Brides is the eighth episode of Power Rangers Samurai.
Dayu crosses into the mortal world to cause misery by kidnapping brides on their wedding day, in an attempt to destroy the earth. Dayu and the Moogers start kidnapping brides to create as much despair as possible, so the Samurai Rangers use a fake wedding to try and trap her. After she doesn't show her face, they make Jayden and Mia pose as another couple at a wedding, which leads to Mia being kidnapped. However, Dayu noticed the trap and also kidnaps the "real" bride, whom turns out to be Emily in a disguise. After almost sending the Rangers into an ambush, the Rangers challenge Dayu to a battle in the nearby forest and quarry. After trying to destroy her however, a new Nighlok named Deker shows up, and Jayden catches his attention. After a sinister comment, Deker and Dayu go back to the Netherworld.
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- Alex Heartman as Jayden
- Najee De-Tiege as Kevin
- Erika Fong as Mia
- Hector David Jr. as Mike
- Brittany Pirtle as Emily
- Rene Naufahu as Mentor Ji
- Jeff Szusterman as Master Xandred and Octoroo
- Kate Elliott as Dayu
- Felix Ryan as Spike Skullovitch
- Paul Schrier as Farkas Bulkmeier
- Rick Medina as Deker
- Brian Satterfield as Priest
- Tom Kane as Preacher
- Katie Montgomerie as Bride #1
- This episode's title is a pun off of "Here Comes the Bride".
- On the list that Mentor had, if you look closely you can see the names of Emily and Mia's actresses, though the latter is changed by one letter.
- This is the first episode Bulk and Spike interact with the Samurai Rangers.
- Emily has a duplicate, even though she isn't with the other Rangers. This error was present in the Shinkenger episode this was adapted from, with a Shinken Blue clone present despite Ryunosuke being the decoy bride.
- When Dayu tells Mia to call the other rangers, the zipper on her wrist is visible.