|This article is about a/an episode in Power Rangers RPM.|
Gem and Gemma's "blow things up and ask questions later" motto is getting quite out of hand. They follow a trail they think might lead to the Venjix Palace and end up walking right into a trap. They learn to work together with the other rangers as a team and in turn form a new Megazord configuration called SkyRev Megazord.
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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 (credit only)
- Adelaide Kane as Tenaya 7
- Charlie McDermott as General Crunch (Voice)
- Mark Mitchinson as General Shifter (Voice)
- ??? as Balloon Bot (Voice)
- ??? as Generation 3 Textile Bot (Voice)
- Steven A. Davis as Thug 1
- Jonathan Gallia as Thug 2
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- Blue RPM Ranger -
- Yellow RPM Ranger -
- Green RPM Ranger -
- Black RPM Ranger -
- Gold RPM Ranger -
- Silver RPM Ranger -
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- The Rangers (Scott and Ziggy) fight normal people in the beginning of the episode (two thefts at a Grocery). This is rare in Power Rangers although in RPM it had happened before in "Brother's Keeper", "Go for the Green" and "Fade to Black".
- Despite earth being considered a wasteland by this point the rangers arrive in their megazords to help Gem and Gemma via a body of water. This is the first time any water source is seen outside of the protection of the dome.
- Also, Power Rangers Wild Force shares the same episode title.
- GP 21: Childish Guys - Super Sentai counterpart in Go-Onger. See comparison page.
- GP 22: Last Wish - Super Sentai counterpart in Go-Onger. See comparison page.