Go-Busters Mission 21
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Farewell, Blue Buster
|Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters episode|
|Original air date||July 15, 2012|
|Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters|
|< Mission 20||Farewell, Blue Buster
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|Aired with Kamen Rider Fourze 43|
Air date: July 15, 2012
Important things that happened
- The air conditioner in the command center breaks down. Ryuuji overheats and goes berserk.
- Gorisaki is in the park with Ryuuji's medical results. Jin grabs the paper from Gorisaki's hands and looks for himself.
- Jin notices all the results say "Another examination required". Gorisaki confides that Ryuuji has been overheating more and more. Jin replies as a joke that eventually Ryuuji's life will be at risk, but before he can explain, Gorisaki runs off and tells the other Busters.
- Hiromu heavy-handedly convinces Ryuuji to quit so that Ryuuji doesn't overheat to death.
- Voiced by Kosugi Juurouta
- Motif - Dumbbells
- Metavirus - KITAERU (To workout 鍛える)
- Code number: A-01
- Ideal Environment - Sports gym
- Voiced by the narrator from Kamen Rider Blade.
- The monster of the week's color scheme loosely follow Captain America's color scheme. Perhaps a reference to wimpy Steve Rogers becoming a muscle-bound guy?
- Type Beta
- Augmentations - Giant victory barbell
- Main command - Plundering the Enetron Tank and sending its contents to the subdimension.
- Man weightlifting
- When Jin and Gorisaki are in the park, J is in the background fighting a slide that's shaped like a giant mantis. Natural enemies?!
- To spare Ryuuji's feelings, Hiromu concocts a scenario where a younger Blue Buster is needed. In this scenario we see older versions of the three Busters, with Ryuuji being an angel in the final one.
- Hiromu confirms that Jin has survived in the Subdimension thanks to also having the vaccine program.
- When Morishita tries to transform, Hiromu stops him, telling him that it's probably impossible.
- The monitor spelled the monster's name as "Metaloid". This is probably a mistake since the base word isn't "metal" it's "meta" and "android".
- Minor plot hole: Jin sends J to tell Gorisaki that the whole thing was a joke. Unfortunately, Jin refers to Gorisaki as Banana-chan, so J relays the message to a bunch of bananas. This whole scenario doesn't make sense since they have communicators.
- Enter complains about his various problems in this episode. He explains that on top of needing Enetron for everything, one of his duties is to also appease Messiah's moods. Last episode's pseudo Subdimension was one way, in this episode he forces humans to exercise for Messiah's amusement.