The Akibaranger Reference Thread

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Originally, I was thinking of creating an Easter Egg thread for Hikounin Sentai Akibaranger similar to the one for Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger. But unlike Gokaiger, everything in Akibaranger sticks out in plain sight. So instead, this thread is a reference source for items, scenes or dialogue from past Super Sentai titles used in Akibaranger.

Updates will be done periodically. If I missed anything, post them below and help me out on expanding this list. Will need a lot of help identifying all of the toys on display at Sentai Café Himitsukichi, especially the arsenal wall. Just don't be a dick about missing or incorrect information!

Himitsu Sentai Goranger
* In episode 1, Akagi references Commander Gonpachi Edogawa when Hiroyo introduces herself as the owner of Sentai Café Himitsukichi.
* In episode 5, Snack Gon is referenced as one of the café's specialty curry rice dishes.

J.A.K.Q. Dengekitai
None

Battle Fever J
* A DX Battle Fever Robo box is on display on the cocktail shelf at the café.
* Masako as Akiba Yellow does the Miss America dance in episode 5.
* In episode 9, Akiba Red and Akiba Yellow sing part of the Battle Fever J theme song while the Akibarangers battle Asakusa Alpaca.
* In episode 1 of Hikounin Sentai Akibaranger Official Web Radio (Temp), Masato Wada reads a letter from "Climber Tetsuyama-san", a pun on Battle Fever's commander Tetsuzan Kurama.

Denshi Sentai Denjiman
* A plush Denji Dog IC is on display on a chair at the café.
* Pictures of Ippei Akagi and the Denjimen appear in episode 1 when Nobuo Akagi ponders on what the Super Sentai Reds would do in a situation like his.
* In the ending narration of episode 4, Hiroyo references Queen Hedrian when talking about strong female commanders.
* In episode 1 of Akibaranger Official Web Radio (Temp), Wada starts the show by saying he loves anpan, which is Daigoro Oume's favorite snack.

Taiyo Sentai Sun Vulcan
* Akagi references Ryusuke Oowashi's departure from the team in episode 4.
* In episode 5, Snack Safari is referenced as one of the café's specialty curry rice dishes.
* Akiba Red recommends the Vul Panther parental episode in his episode 5 roll call.
* Akiba Red recommends Commander Arashiyama's hairstyle in his episode 10 roll call.
* In episode 10, Akagi is recruited by The Pentagon to join their organization, with Takuma Tsuzuki replacing him as Akiba Red. This is an homage to Takayuki Hiba replacing Oowashi, who left Sun Vulcan to work at NASA. This reference is also used in episode 11 when Akagi realizes his departure from the team is part of a mid-season change.
* In episode 11, Akagi references Amazon Killer while talking to Malseena about new Super Sentai villains appearing mid-season.
* In episode 12, Sayaka mentions enjoying the Sun Vulcan movie on her flight back to Akihabara.

Dai Sentai Goggle-V
* Boomerang Titan in episode 12 is a loose homage to Deathdark's Kongs, the first piloted giant robots of an evil organization.

Kagaku Sentai Dynaman
* A DX Dyna Robo box is on display on the cocktail shelf at the café.
* Akiba Red references Dyna Robo in episode 2 when Machine Itashar transforms into Itashar Robo and he gets his comrades to pose.
* In episode 8, the theme song plays at the café after the Akibarangers finish off Tsukishishima Alpaca.

Choudenshi Bioman
* A DX Bio Robo box is on display on the cocktail shelf at the café.
* Akiba Red references the "Goodbye Yellow" episode in episode 4, remembering that only the suit actor appeared in that particular episode.
* In episode 5, Akagi is upset that the store carrying a DX Choudenshi set (Bio Robo + Bio Dragon) has been converted into a host club.
* In episode 10, Akagi references Bio Hunter Silva when Delu Knight introduces himself to the Akibarangers.
* In episode 1 of Official Web Radio (Temp), Wada reads a letter from "Yuki Yajima", the name of the actress who played Mika Koizumi/Yellow Four in episodes 1-9 of Bioman.

Dengeki Sentai Changeman
* A DX Change Robo box is on display on the cocktail shelf at the café.
* In episode 4, Akagi imagines Sayaka cosplaying as Sayaka Nagisa.
* In episode 8, the Akibarangers emulate Commander Ibuki's brutal training from episode 1 on Chief Clerk Tsukishima Alpaca.

Choushinsei Flashman
* A Flashman poster, Red Flash helmet, DX Flash King and Flash Titan boxes are on display on the cocktail shelf at the café.
* The opening theme plays in episode 4, where the Red Flash helmet and four other helmets (and Hiroyo's head) are displayed on the counter.
* Akiba Red recommends being stomped by Ley Nefel in his episode 4 roll call.

Hikari Sentai Maskman
* A Red Mask helmet, DX Great Five and a Land Galaxy box are on display at the café.
* A Maskman poster hangs on the café wall near the water cooler.
* A Laser Magnum hangs on the arsenal wall at the café. In episode 7, Kozukozu uses it to defend Hiroyo from Malseena.
* In episode 1, a DX Great Five in near-mint condition is on display at a specialty toy store for over 100,000 yen. After deciding not to empty his wallet on it, he says, "I'm glad I met you" (a line from the Maskman ending theme). Right after that, he mimics Tube villain Oyobu's "Hissatsu Dash" maneuver. Sadly, someone buys the DX Great Five in episode 4.
* Akiba Red recommends Commander Sugata in his episode 7 roll call.
* In the episode 9 ending narration, Akagi mentions that he danced to the Maskman opening theme when he was at day care.

Choujuu Sentai Liveman
* A Liveman poster and Red Falcon helmet are on display on the right side of the bar at the café.
* The episode 4 preview narration includes the line: "Mitsuki, why have you sold your soul to the devil?", a reference to the intro line of the Liveman opening sequence.
* Akiba Red recommends Megumi Misaki's beef stew in his episode 8 roll call.
* In the episode 9 ending narration, Akagi mentions that on his elementary school graduation, he wrote that his dream was to be Red Falcon.

Kousoku Sentai Turboranger
* A Red Turbo helmet is on display on the right side of the café bar, next to the Red Falcon helmet.

Chikyuu Sentai Fiveman
* A Five Red helmet is on display on the right side of the café bar, two shelves under the Red Falcon helmet.
* Akiba Red recommends Fiveman in his episode 9 roll call.

Choujin Sentai Jetman
* A Jetman poster is on display next to the closet door at the café until episode 9, when Doctor Z destroys it and the security keypad behind it to steal the MMZ-01 units.
* A Bird Blaster hangs on the arsenal wall at the café.
* Pictures of Ryu Tendo and the Jetmen appear in episode 1 when Akagi ponders on what the Super Sentai Reds would do in a situation like his.
* In episode 3, Akagi explains his drunkenness as a common trait of Gai Yuki.
* The roulette scene in episode 6 is a loose re-enactment of episode 36 of Jetman. In addition, Yumeria references the Jetman episode 5 title "Fall for Me".
* Akiba Red recommends Red Hawk in his episode 6 roll call.
* Jet Garuda is among the five Super Sentai robots that appear on the background of Toei Delusional Studios in episode 6.
* Outrageous Power: The Jet Winger resembles the Cross Changer bracelet.
* In episode 11, Hiroyo cosplays as Commander Aya Odagiri.

Kyouryuu Sentai Zyuranger
* A Zyuranger poster, Tyranno Ranger helmet, DX Daizyuzin and Dragon Caesar are on display on the cocktail shelf at the café.
* A Ranger Gun hangs on the arsenal wall at the café.
* A Dragon Ranger vinyl figure is on display on the café's bar counter next to the telephone.
* The theme song plays in episode 8 while Kozukozu (dressed as Mei) dances to it in front of customers.
* In episode 10, the Zyusoken song plays when Takuma Tsuzuki opens his metal briefcase to reveal a set of candles, representing the amount of times the MMZ-01 units can be used before Hiroyo loses her voice. This is a reference to a candle representing Burai/Dragon Ranger's lifespan.

Gosei Sentai Dairanger
* Akiba Red recommends Kirin Ranger in his episode 3 roll call.
* In episode 9, Akagi references episode 45 of Dairanger after the Akibarangers are disbanded by Hiroyo.
* In episode 9, Mitsuki references Tenma Ranger while practicing her martial arts skills.
* In episode 10, Akagi references Kaku being a former villain turned Super Sentai commander.

Ninja Sentai Kakuranger
* In episode 4, while waiting in line to order a kebab at a sandwich stand, he is reminded of an incident in episode 34 of Kakuranger where Sunakake Babaa turned food into sand.

Chouriki Sentai Ohranger
* A U.A.O.H. sign decorates the closet door of the café.
* A King Stick hangs on the arsenal wall at the café.
* A DX King Pyramider is on display on the cocktail shelf at the café, on the right of the coffee machine.
* DX Ohranger Robo and OhBlocker are on display at the café.
* King Pyramider is among the five Super Sentai robots that appear on the background of Toei Delusional Studios in episode 6.

Gekisou Sentai Carranger
* An Auto Blaster hangs on the arsenal wall at the café.
* A Zonnette statue decorated with figures from the Girls in Uniform toy line is on display on the café's bar counter next to the telephone.
* In episode 6, the opening theme plays when Machine Itashar is on its way to Toei's Tokyo studio.
* In episode 8, Gekisou Sentai Carranger vs. Ohranger is referenced in part of Tsukishima Alpaca's boot camp training.
* In the episode 9 ending narration, Akagi mentions that he was obsessed with Carranger during middle school.

Denji Sentai Megaranger
* The Digi Ken sign is displayed next to Hiroyo's computer at the café.
* In episode 1, Yumeria references Chisato when she is recruited as an Akibaranger.
* In episode 2, one of the café customers is seen playing with a DX Galaxy Mega.
* In episode 5, Akagi references episode 28 of Megaranger when Chisato's grandmother paid her a visit.

Seijuu Sentai Gingaman
* A 7' statue of Gingaioh is on display at the café.
* In episode 3, Akagi sings the opening theme in a karaoke party at the café.
* In episode 4, Akagi imagines Sayaka and Malseena cosplaying as Shelinda (a role that was played by former AV idol Kei Mizutani).

KyuuKyuu Sentai GoGoFive
* In episode 3, Akagi and Yumeria argue about the Go Blaster while the opening theme plays in the background. Yumeria also mentions that her favorite GoGoFive character is Dragon Prince Salamandes. A DX Victory Robo is also seen on the table.
* Grand Liner is among the five Super Sentai robots that appear on the background of Toei Delusional Studios in episode 6.
* In episode 9, Akagi references Mission 8 of GoGoFive after the Akibarangers are disbanded by Hiroyo.

Mirai Sentai Timeranger
* Super-deformed dolls of Time Red, Time Blue and Time Green are on display on the right side of the café bar next to the closet door, in front of the Red Turbo helmet.
* In episode 6, upon reaching the hill road at Toei studios, Akagi splashes himself with a bottled beverage and poorly re-enacts the scene from episode 39 of Timeranger where Ayase collapsed in the rain.
* In Episode 9, the batteries on the café are labeled "Zenit", the name of the Londers Family foot soldiers.

Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger
* 12" vinyl figures of Gao Red and Gao Silver are on display at the café.
* A Gao Red vinyl figure is on display on the café's bar counter next to the telephone.
* In episode 4, Akagi imagines Sayaka cosplaying as Tetom.
* In the episode 9 ending narration, Akagi mentions that he went to Sky Theater to watch Gaoranger.

Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger
* A DX Gourai Senpuujin (black version), 12" vinyl figures of Hurricane Red, Kabuto Raiger and Kuwaga Raiger, and a DX Senpuujin are on display at the café.
* Akiba Red recommends Hurricane Red in his episode 2 roll call.
* In episode 4, Akagi imagines Malseena cosplaying as Wendinu.
* In episodes 8 and 9, Malseena imitates the voice of Toei producer Hideaki Tsukada while holding a doll based on the character representing Tsukada in the Hurricaneger manga.

Bakuryuu Sentai Abaranger
* A Dino House cutout frame of two dinosaurs is on display at the café.
* A DX Dino Bomber hangs on the arsenal wall at the café.
* In episode 1, Akagi references Ranru when he is recruited as an Akibaranger.
* The opening theme plays in episode 2 when Yumeria is eating a second bowl of Dino House curry at the café.
* In episode 4, Akagi imagines Mitsuki cosplaying as Jeanne, Yumeria as Lije, and Hiroyo as Lijewel.
* In episode 5, Dino House is referenced as one of the café's specialty curry rice dishes.
* Akagi references Abare Pink in his fake Akiba Red roll call in episode 9.

Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger
* Two D-Revolvers (one an actual TV prop, and the other a smaller DX toy) hang on the arsenal wall at the café.
* DX Super Dekaranger Robo, Murphy K-9 and a 12" vinyl figure of Deka Red SWAT Mode are on display at the café.
* A DX Deka Base Robo is on display on the cocktail shelf at the café, below the TV.
* A Banpresto Deka Yellow figure box is on display on the right side of the café bar next to the closet door, next to the Red Turbo helmet.
* In episode 1, Akagi poorly cosplays at work as Banban Akaza before being scolded by his boss.
* Akiba Red recommends Deka Red in his episode 1 roll call.
* In episode 2, when Akagi is drop-kicked by the fake Deka Red, he is reminded of a scene in episode 4 of Dekaranger where Ban drop-kicked Hoji.
* Outrageous Power: The Deka Wapper resembles the D-Wapper handcuffs.
* In episode 4, when Akagi sees a group of cross-dressing cosplayers, he is reminded of episode 26 of Dekaranger, where Tetsu dressed as a woman while investigating an underground fighting ring.
* In episode 4, Akagi imagines Hiroyo cosplaying as Swan Shiratori.

Mahou Sentai Magiranger
* Mandora Boy is on display on a chair at the café.
* Two Magi Sticks (one an actual TV prop, and the other a smaller DX toy) hang on the arsenal wall at the café.
* In episode 1, Akagi references the Hades underworld before the Akibarangers enter the vampire maid café.
* The two vampire maids that form Shibuya Seitakaawadachisōhigenagaaburamushi are similar to Nai and Mea.

GoGo Sentai Boukenger
* A Boukenger briefcase is on display on the right side of the café bar, in front of the shelf housing the Red Falcon, Red Turbo and Five Red helmets.
* A DX Dual Crusher hangs on the arsenal wall at the café.
* In episode 2, one of the café customers is seen playing with a DX DaiBouken.
* In episode 3, Akagi refers his possibility of scoring a date with Sayaka as his "Precious".
* Bouken Red Good Luck Form from Task 27 appears in episode 3.
* In episode 3, Yumeria mentions that her favorite Boukenger character is Yaiba of Darkness of Dark Shadow.
* In episode 3, Akagi recites the opening narration while preparing to sing the Boukenger opening theme.
* In episode 3, Akiba Blue references a line from Task 20 of Boukenger while fighting Malseena.
* Outrageous Power: The Bouken Scooper resembles DaiBouken's Go Scooper.
* In episode 4, Akagi imagines Mitsuki cosplaying as Shizuka of the Wind.
* DaiVoyager is among the five Super Sentai robots that appear on the background of Toei Delusional Studios in episode 6.

Jyuken Sentai Gekiranger
* The triangular sculpture from the Rin Jyuken Akugata temple is on display at the café to the left of the computer table and arsenal wall.
* A Geki Nunchaku hangs on the arsenal wall at the café.
* A DX SaidaiOh is on display on the cocktail shelf at the café, below the TV.
* A DX Geki Bazooka is on display on the café's bar counter next to the telephone.
* In episode 4, Yumeria cosplays as Mele at the Animate store.
* In episode 6, Akagi sees a miniature building used in the Gekitouja battle scene of episode 6 of Gekiranger.
* SaidaiOh is among the five Super Sentai robots that appear on the background of Toei Delusional Studios in episode 6.
* In episode 8, Akagi references Juken Sentai Gekiranger: Nei-Nei! Hou-Hou! Hong Kong Decisive Battle when the trio are in front of Toei's head office.
* The Lesson 8 episode of Gekiranger is referenced when Akiba Blue teaches Tsukishima Alpaca about patience.
* In episode 10, Kozukozu mistakenly confuses Takuma with Retsu of the Gekirangers by showing a magazine photo of Retsu to Akagi, who shoots down the resemblance. This may be a reference to Shinpei Takagi (Takuma's actor) playing fake Retsu (as Manpei Takagi is his twin brother) in Gekiranger.
* New Akiba Red's "Surge Jaguar" in episode 11 is a Geki Waza-type attack.
* Akiba Red recommends the final battle between Jyan Kandou and Rio in his episode 12 roll call.

Engine Sentai Go-onger
* A Go-onger neon sign and gas pump are on display at the café.
* A DX Engine-oh G12 is on display on the cocktail shelf at the café, on the far right next to the water dispenser.
* In episode 4, Akagi imagines Malseena cosplaying as Kegalesia (coincidentally played by Nao Oikawa, another former AV idol).
* In episode 8, Yumeria references Engine Sentai Go-onger: Boom Boom! Bang Bang! GekijōBang!! when the trio are in front of Toei's head office.
* The GP-31 episode of Go-onger is referenced when Akiba Yellow puts Tsukishima Alpaca on a water ride.

Samurai Sentai Shinkenger
* The Unofficial Arsenal File narration on episode 13 follows the format of Shinkenger's narration.

Tensou Sentai Goseiger
* Kabukichō Mesugurohyōmonchō from episodes 3 and 5 resembles Brajira of the Messiah.

Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger
* One of the café's gashapon machines dispenses Ranger Keys.
* Delu Knight's sword is similar to the one Sid Bamick used in Gokaiger.
* In episode 4, a cosplayer leaving the sandwich stand is dressed as Ahim de Famille.
* In episode 12, Delu Knight creates a weak spot on himself by damaging his chest armor. This is the same method used by the bounty hunter Kiaido in episode 28 of Gokaiger.

Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters
None.

Power Rangers
* In episode 2, Ryuji Sainei explains to Akagi that he is on his way to a press conference for Power Rangers S.P.D., as the core cast members of Dekaranger performed the Japanese dub.
* Hiroyo's curse, which consists of a scorpion tattoo that crawls closer to her throat whenever the MMZ-01 units are used, is similar to that of Ryan Mitchell/Titanium Ranger in Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue.

Guest Cameos
* Yoshinobu Kaneko, who played Aokage in the 1967 tokusatsu series Akakage, The Masked Ninja, makes a cameo appearance as a café customer in episode 3.
* Ikura, who is Kozukozu's partner in Danceroid, makes cameo appearances as a part-time Himitsukichi maid in episodes 6-7.
* Character designer Keiichi Sato appears as a customer in episode 7 lip-syncing Yumeria's lines during the Z-Cune Aoi cosplay scene.
* Mitsu Murata, who played Douji in Kamen Rider Hibiki and Bishop in Kamen Rider Kiva, plays the chief animation director of Studio Bell Village in episodes 8 and 10.
* Veteran voice actor Tomokazu Seki plays the Toei security guard in episode 8.
* Members of Danceroid make guest appearances in episode 9 as maids in a magic café.
* Haruko Momoi and Yukio Yamagata, who recorded the opening theme, appear in episode 9 as victims of Asakusa Alpaca's rampage.
* Black-belt martial artist Julia Nagano makes a cameo appearance in episode 12 as Mio Usanagi, a character from director Ryuta Tasaki's 2011 film Salvage Mice.

Miscellaneous
* Doctor Z's costume is a cross between Doctor Shinigami of Kamen Rider and Doctor Man of Choudenshi Bioman.
* A Super Sentai 30th Anniversary vinyl figure set hangs on the arsenal wall at the café.
* Toys and posters of bootleg Metal Heroes appear throughout the series: Gavian (Uchuu Keiji Gavan), Sharian (Uchuu Keiji Sharivan) and Shainer (Uchuu Keiji Shaider).
* In episode 1, Akagi references Sentai members' surnames bearing color names as a common standard in Super Sentai series. This is evident with the series' main protagonists: Akagi (木), Aoyagi (柳) and Moegi (萌).
* In episode 2, Hiroyo mentions that in the history of Super Sentai, only two Yellow warriors were curry lovers. She is referring to Daita Ooiwa/Kiranger of Himitsu Sentai Goranger and Asao Hyou/Vul Panther of Taiyo Sentai Sun Vulcan.
* When Akagi and Yumeria visit Otamix in episode 4, merchandise from Puella Magi Madoka☆Magica and Uta no Prince-sama can be seen on the shelves.
* In episode 5, Yumeria mentions that her mother is visiting from "Mount Pear Province" (Yamanashi Prefecture). In real life, Karin Ogino is from Yamanashi Prefecture.
* In episode 8, an animation staff member holds a program for Majo Kamen Luna Sailor, which is apparently a bootleg of Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon.
* In episode 9, the security code for the café's closet is "891227". Maaya Uchida's birthdate is December 27, 1989.
* In episode 9, Yumeria's "bee girl" costume includes a Bumblelion doll from the short-lived Disney TV series The Wuzzles.
* In episode 10, the scene where Takuma jumps off his bike and saves a dog on the street is a reference to the opening sequence of Seiun Kamen Machineman.
* In episode 10, while proposing a new plan of attack to Doctor Z, Malseena mentions a Chief Clerk named Seijo Gorilla Kujira (Seijo Gorilla Whale). In 1954, the words "Gorilla" and "Kujira" were shortened into the name of the kaiju we now know as Gojira (Godzilla).
* Takuma's use of a trumpet during his introduction as the new Akiba Red in episode 10 is an homage to both Makoto Jin/Battle Cossack II of Battle Fever J and Kikaider-01 of the Kikaider series.
* The roll call of the second Akibaranger lineup is an homage to that of the Gekirangers. After the individual poses, New Akiba Red yells, "Kagayake!" ("Shine!"), which is a nod to Sun Vulcan.
* New Akiba Red's "Savage Mice" attack is named after the 2011 film Salvage Mice, which was directed by Ryuta Tasaki (Akibaranger's director).
* In episode 11, Akagi references all of the Super Sentai warriors who either left their teams or were killed in action: Kensaku Shiraishi/Battle Cossack I and Diane Martin/Miss America I (Battle Fever J), Ryusuke Oowashi/Vul Eagle I (Taiyo Sentai Sun Vulcan), and Mika Koizumi/Yellow Four I (Choudenshi Bioman).
* In the opening gambit of episode 12, Akagi mentions that the mastermind behind the manipulation of their reality is the name that always appears first on the opening credits. The name "Saburo Hatte" is then highlighted on the opening sequence.
* As a jab on real-life politics, Delu Knight mentions on episode 12 that his response time to a crisis is 100 times faster than the Japanese government.
* In episode 13, Yumeria mentions the all-male idol group D-Boys while talking about Takuma. In real-life, Masato Wada is actually a D-Boys member. Other distinguished members of D-Boys include Masashi Mikami (Souta Mogami/Bouken Blue in GoGo Sentai Boukenger), Hirofumi Araki (Rio in Jyuken Sentai Gekiranger), Hiroki Suzuki (Jyan Kandou/Geki Red in Gekiranger), Masahiro Usui (Hanto Jou/Go-on Green in Engine Sentai Go-onger), Yuki Yamada (Joe Gibken/Gokai Blue in Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger), Syo Jinnai (Enter in Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters), Yuichi Nakamura (Yuto Sakurai/Kamen Rider Zeronos in Kamen Rider Den-O), Koji Seto (Wataru Kurenai/Kamen Rider Kiva in Kamen Rider Kiva), Ryuki Takahashi (Kengo Utahoshi in Kamen Rider Fourze) and Shion Tsuchiya (JK in Kamen Rider Fourze). D-Boys is also referenced by Wada in episode 1 of Official Web Radio (Temp), where he mentions that Super Hero Taisen can be made with just D-Boys members.
* The series' numerous plot changes parody the real-life politics of Toei executives taking creative control of their tokusatsu series that are under-performing in the ratings. One such example is 2005's Kamen Rider Hibiki, when the original production and writing staff were replaced from episode 30 onwards.
* In episode 2 of Official Web Radio (Temp), Wada reads a letter from "Ankoku Daishogun", one of the main antagonists of the Mazinger series.

Yumeria Moegi's Cosplay Outfits
* Cat Girl (Opening sequence, eps. 1-4, 11-13 and most promotional materials)
* Mad Hatter (Opening sequence, eyecatch, eps. 3-4)
* School Boy A (ep. 3)
* School Boy B (ep. 4) - Uses darker blue wig and adds eyeglasses.
* Machine Gun Nun (ep. 4)
* Indian Girl (ep. 4)
* Little Red Riding Hood (ep. 4)
* Mele (ep. 4)
* Alien Girl (ep. 5) - Includes white wig and pink wig variants.
* Ventriloquist Witch (eps. 6-7)
* Satomi Funabashi (ep. 7)
* Samurai School Girl (eps. 7-8)
* Bee Girl (ep. 9)
* Rabbit Girl (ep. 9)
* Geisha Girl (ep. 10)

Sentai Café Himitsukichi Cosplaying with Kozukozu (+ Ikura and Maid A)
* Koume "Umeko" Kodou (Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger) - opening sequence
* Natsuki Mamiya (GoGo Sentai Boukenger) - ep. 1
* (Maid A) Houka Ozu (Mahou Sentai Magiranger) - ep. 1
* Sakura (Ninja Sentai Kakuranger) - ep. 2
* Saya (Seijuu Sentai Gingaman) - ep. 3
* (Maid A) Nanami Nono (Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger) - ep. 3
* Marika "Jasmine" Reimon (Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger) - ep. 3
* Sakura Nishihori (GoGo Sentai Boukenger) - eps. 4, 6-7
* (Maid A) Ranru Itsuki (Bakuryuu Sentai Abaranger) - ep. 4
* Kai Ozu (Mahou Sentai Magiranger) - ep. 5
* (Ikura) Koume "Umeko" Kodou (Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger) - ep. 6
* Urara Ozu (Mahou Sentai Magiranger) - ep. 7
* (Ikura) Houka Ozu (Mahou Sentai Magiranger) - ep. 7
* Mei (Kyouryuu Sentai Zyuranger) - eps. 7-8
* Nanami Nono (Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger) - ep. 9
* Saki Royama (Engine Sentai Go-onger) - ep. 9
* Sae Taiga (Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger) - ep. 10
* Tsuruhime (Ninja Sentai Kakuranger) - eps. 10-11
* Juri Nijyo or Momo Maruo (Chouriki Sentai Ohranger) - ep. 11
* Miu Suto (Engine Sentai Go-onger) - eps. 11-12

Cast Info
* Masato Wada (和田 正人, born August 25, 1979 in Kochi Prefecture) is a veteran actor and singer known for his role as Sengoku Kiyosumi in The Prince of Tennis musicals and is currently the oldest member in Watanabe Entertainment's all-male idol group D-BOYS.
* Kyoko Hinami (日南 響子, born February 6, 1994 in Aichi Prefecture) is an actress and gravure idol. Her other appearance was in the 2011 live-action TV adaptation of Rokudenashi Blues. She is affiliated with Stardust Promotion.
* Karin Ogino (荻野 可鈴, born October 12, 1995 in Yamanashi Prefecture) is an actress and gravure idol. She was previously seen as the Bells in Kamen Rider OOO Wonderful: The Shogun and the 21 Core Medals. She is affiliated with Tambourine Artists.
* Maaya Uchida (内田 真礼, born December 27, 1989 in Tokyo) is a TV and voice actress, best known for her lead role in the 2012 anime Sankarea. She is affiliated with I'm Enterprise.
* Kozue Aikawa (愛川 こずえ, born October 25, 1991 in Tokyo) is a founding member of the idol dance group Danceroid.
* Kazuki Yao (矢尾 一樹, born June 17, 1959 in Ishikawa Prefecture) is a veteran voice actor with hundreds of anime works such as Smith Toren in Gunbuster and Dark Schneider in Bastard!!. In Super Sentai, he voiced Ninjaman in Ninja Sentai Kakuranger.
* Honoka (穂花, born June 20, 1983 in Tarumizu, Kagoshima) is a former award-winning AV idol, having left the porno industry in 2008 after four years and countless videos.
* Miiko Morita (森田 美位子, born February 12, 1987 in Hyōgo Prefecture) is an actress and gravure idol currently affiliated with Biscuit Entertainment.
* Yuki Ueda (植田 ゆう希, born November 7, 1986) is a female professional wrestler affiliated with Muscle Venus. She plays Akagi's boss Tazuko in this series.
 
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FreedomR8G6B1

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You should put a Power Ranger reference list even though it was only brought up once. You never know what's going to happen next.
 

Shougo B'Stard

Would like to change his avatar
MASKMAN -- In the first episode, after Akagi decides to not buy the DX Great Five, he quotes a line from Maskman's ED theme. (He says "君と出逢えて良かった/I'm glad I met you.") Right after that, he mimics Tube villain Oyobu's Hissatsu Dash maneuver.

Also, Kozukozu used the sword version of Laser Magnum in episode seven in her attack against Marshina.
 

Kalle

変わって欲しくないよ。
I don't know if this counts, but:

Misc. -- When Akagi and Yumeria visit the cosplay shop in #4, merchandise from Puella Magi Madoka☆Magica and Uta no Prince-sama can be seen on the shelves.
 

Painted_Outlaw

The new Tendou Souji
In Episode 9, when Kozkoz is looking at the batteries, they say "Zenit" on them; Zenit being the name of the grunts in Timeranger.

Also I think it was 3 that Akagi was gonna karaoke the Boukenger Opening yet we only get to hear him give off the Opening narrative.

* In episode 9, Akagi references the Dairangers' headquarters as one of the Super Sentai secret bases.

* In episode 9, Akagi references the GoGoFive's headquarters as one of the Super Sentai secret bases.

He was referring to teams that had break-up episodes (listen for him quoting the ep45 title for Dairanger), not their bases.
 
For the Gokaiger reference, I don't think it's an Ahim cosplayer, IMHO it's just a princess-styled costume.
Adding one more reference to Gokaiger, there's a Gokaiger gashapon machine in Secret Base, we can see it clearly in episode 1.
And not sure if this is reference or not, but when Akagi said they are 37th Super Sentai, it could be a reference that Go-Busters already exist (currently airing).
 

zogu

Member
Do previews count? In the preview for Episode 4 at the end of Episode 3, the narrator asks "Mitsuki, why have you sold your soul to the devil?", which is a reference to Liveman's opening narration.
 

Sentaifan'07 Xman

"Let's DRIVING!!!!!"
You forgot in episode 7 Kozkoz was battling Malseena with the Laser Blade (Uchuu Keiji Gavan's personal weapon in which he was apart of the film, Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger vs. Uchuu Keiji Gavan).
 

Shougo B'Stard

Would like to change his avatar
I wasn't trying to be a "dick," and the funny thing is, I used the emoticon because just the text did read like it had a 'tude, and look what happens. :laugh:
 
In episode 4, someone cosplays as Abareyellow (check the episode, you'll see a girl with a yellow outfit identical at the one that Ranru wears)
 

areaseven

Live to Win
In episode 4, someone cosplays as Abareyellow (check the episode, you'll see a girl with a yellow outfit identical at the one that Ranru wears)

That's the unnamed part-timer known on this thread as "Maid A". She also cosplayed as Jasmine (Dekaranger) in another episode, but I'll have to check which one later tonight.
 

DangerDang

Pony, please.
In the opening theme, after the team says their name they all jump off cliffs. This is a reference to Liveman's opening where the three jumped off cliffs.
 
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