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|Ally Type:||Buddy Roid|
|Season:||Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters|
|First Appearance:||Mission 1: Special Mission Task Force, Assemble!|
|Last Appearance:||Kamen Rider × Super Sentai × Space Sheriff: Super Hero Taisen Z|
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Usada Lettuce (ウサダレタス Usada Retasu?) is the rabbit-like Buddy Roid partner of Yoko Usami. Usada often can be overbearing towards Yoko like a father, which can lead to fights, but they quickly reconcile.
Compared to the other Buddy Roids, Usada has the most faith in Yoko's abilities. However, this faith can be viewed as "overestimation", as he and Cheeda Nick will often clash with each other when it comes to the performance of either Go-Buster.
He has a habit of saying "Roger rabbit" as opposed to just "roger".
In the base, He works on data management in the control room. He can combine with Buster Vehicle RH-03 to modify its helicopter mode or to become a MegaZord.
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Kyoryuger vs. Go-Busters
The Buddyroids lent the Go-Busters their power once again when they returned to save the world during the emergence of Voldos. Together they transformed into Powered Custom twice, first to protect the Kyoryugers from a possessed AbaRed before being forced back by TyrannoRanger, and again when facing the Deboth Knights. They were knocked out of their Powered Custom by the Knights' combined Deboth Finish, forcing the Go-Busters to fight back without their power.
Dōbutsu Sentai Go-Busters
In an alternate reality where the Messiah incident never occured, created by a wish to God by Nick and J, Usada and Gorisaki were simple 'Laboroids' with factory AIs working on a farm. When the world was invaded by the Machine Empire Mechalius, Kuroki inserted Animal Discs into Usada and Gorisaki to install their personalities so they along with Nick could support the Dobutsu Sentai Go-Busters as 'Supportroids'. Usada became the Supportroid of Yoko (Yellow Rabbit) as in the original world.
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As Yellow Buster uses the GB Custom Visor, Usada Lettuce's data transfers and projects onto Yellow Buster's suit to form a powerful armor based on the "protector" prototypes. Usada and Yellow Buster, to a degree, are combined and can generate airborne forcefields on which Yellow Buster can jump onto and from. Yellow Buster/Usada gain the attack "Rappit Kick" which is a super-charged full body projectile and/or drill attack.
Appearances: Episodes 33-37, 39-42, Go-Busters Returns, 46, Go-Busters vs. Gokaiger, 47-50, Kyoryuger vs. Go-Busters
Animal Perfect Mode can be accessed when combining with Yellow Rabbit.
Buddy Roid Key
The Usada Lettuce Key (ウサダ・レタスキー Usada Retasu Kī?) is Usada Lettuce's Buddy Roid Key. The five Buddy Roid Keys were transformed from the gathered Phantom Ranger Keys held by the Gokaigers, with the Usada Lettuce Key having transformed from the Yellow Phantom Key. When used in GokaiOh, they granted access to the Greater Power of the Go-Busters which allowed the mecha of both the Go-Busters and GokaiOh to use Megazord Keys to transform into past Sentai Robos.
It is unknown if the Buddy Roid Keys can be used by the Gokaigers to change into Buddy Roids, nor is it known what happened to them after their use.
Video Game appearances
Go-Busters video game
Behind the scenes
- His habit of saying "Roger rabbit" instead of just "Roger" is a reference to Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
- There are some traits that make Usada unique among the four main Buddy Roids:
- When Usada was kidnapped in Mission 9: Usada Rescue Strategy!, his identification code number was revealed to be RHUL-03 (which the RH stands for Rabbit Helicopter and UL are his initials).
- Usada's key is one of only two keys that fold downwards, the other being Ene-tan's.