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S2 Episode 13 “Grid Connection” Summary & End Credits

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Aired: Saturday, October 24th, 2020

Music by Matt McGuire

Directed by Oliver Driver

Rorrie D. Travis as Devon
Jacqueline Scislowski as Zoey
Jazz Baduwalia as Ravi
Abraham Rodriguez as Nate

Created By Haim Saban & Toei Company Ltd.

Executive Producers: Chip Lynn & Brian Casentini

Executive Producers: Brian Goldner, Haim Saban & Stephen Davis

Power Rangers Beast Morphers


Keeper returns to Grid Battleforce. Devon is hit by a meteor. Goldar Maximus and Snide steal four Energems from the Dino Charge Rangers. Devon uses the meteor to shield himself from the energy in a Morph-X Tower long enough to send a SOS through the Morphin Grid. The meteor turns into a new Tyrannosaurus Power Coin. A portal opens up and Jason appears. Devon gives the Power Coin to Jason.

Devon gives four Dino Chargers from the Vault to the Dino Charge Rangers. Snide is destroyed by Dino Thunder Red, Yellow and Blue Rangers in Super Dino Mode using the Z-Rex Blaster.

Creating a dinosaur Zord for Evox, Scrozzle places six kinds of dinosaur DNA and the four Energems into a geode. Evox names his new Zord the Chimera Zord and uses Keeper’s staff to add his own warrior spirit to it. Evox leaves Keeper’s staff on the ground. The Dino Charge Rangers, Dino Thunder Rangers and Mighty Morphin’ Rangers combine their weapons to form the Dino Power Ultra Blaster and destroy Goldar Maximus.

Evox pilots the Chimera Zord. The Rangers form the Dino Charge Megazord, Thundersaurus Megazord and the Dino Megazord to battle the Chimera Zord. Beast Morphers Red Ranger pilots the Beast-X King Zord and combines it with the Dino Charge Megazord Tri-Stego-Ptera Formation to form the Dino Charge Megazord Beast-X King Formation using the Lion’s head. All three Megazords combine power and fire a powerful beam from the Lion’s head which destroys the Chimera Zord.

Keeper gets his staff back and the teams return home.

End Credits:

Colby Strong as Blaze
Liana Ramirez as Roxy

Story by Becca Barnes, Alwyn Dale & Chip Lynn

Teleplay by Chip Lynn

Co-Producer: Becca Barnes, Alwyn Dale & Melissa Flores

Commander – Teuila Blakely
Steel – Reid McGowan
Cruise – Emmanuel Reynaud
Technician – Amber-Rose Henshall
Keeper – Eve Gordon
Tyler – Brennan Mejia
Koda – Yoshi Sudarso
Chase – James Davies
Ivan – Davi Santos
Jason – Austin St. John
Voice of Scrozzle – Campbell Cooley
Voice of Evox – Randall Ewing
Voice of Cruise – Kelson Henderson
Voice of Steel – Jamie Linehan
Voice of Snide – Campbell Cooley
Voice of Keeper – Richard Simpson
Voice of Goldar Maximus – Adrian Smith
Voice of Riley – Michael Taber (*uncredited)
Voice of Shelby – Camille Hyde (*uncredited)

Story Editor – Alwyn Dale
Story Department Assistant – Maiya Thompson
Script Coordinator – Cameron Dixon
Executive Producer’s Assistant – James Collins

Theme Song
Composed & Arranged by – Noam Kaniel

Theme Song
Sung by – Cash Callaway

Line Producer – Sarah Spurway
Unit Production Manager – Jo Tagg
2nd Unit Production Manager – Phee Phanshell
Production Coordinator – Rosie Smith
Cast Coordinator – Anita Corcoran
Production Secretary – Jadin Leslie
Cast Assistants – Taj Mohammed-Kapa & Pearl Williamson
Production Assistant – Emily Lenz
Production Runners – Ngametua Paitai
2nd Unit Production Runner – Tim Phimester
Production Accountant – Rebecca Reid
1st Assistant Accountant – Tania Irwin
Accounts Assistants – McKenna Waru & Lisa Marinkovich

2nd Unit Director – Yuji Noguchi
2nd Unit Director – Masaki Onishi
1st Assistant Director – Craig Wilson
2nd Unit 1st Assistant Director – Jonny Moffett
2nd Assistant Director – Kate Hargreaves
2nd Unit 2nd Assistant Director – Victoria Connell
3rd Assistant Director – Lisa Prestt
2nd Unit 3rd Assistant Director – Esther Collas
Script Supervisor – Helen Searancke
2nd Unit Script Supervisor – Sarah Backhouse-Smith
US Casting by – Iris Hampton
Extra’s Coordinator – Yvonne Bennett
Dialogue Coach – Jim McLarty

Production Designer – Tracey Collins
Art Director – Davin Voot
Onset Art Director – Dion Boothby
2nd Unit Onset Art Director – Zach Becroft
Art Department Manager – Fiona Rigby
Props Master – Bonnie Kells
Props Buyer – Carmel Rata
Standby Props – Thom Horton
2nd Unit Standby Props – Felix Becroft
Standby Props Assistant – Emma Gravatt
Graphic Designer – Lisa Rushworth
Set Decorator – Setu Lio
Set Dressers – AJ Thompson, Calum Macmillan, Emilia Bilik, Chrystal Ashford & Diva Blair
Art Department Runner – Renee Kofoed

Costume Designer – Sarah Voon
Costume Supervisor – Anna Voon
Costume Assistant – Isadora Winterflood
Key Cutter – Ann Mockett
2nd Cutter – Amy Craven
Costume Buyer – Shona Lee
Costume Maker #1 – Holly Leighton
Costume Maker #2 – Emily Graham
Costume Maker #3 – Tanya Kakoma
Costume Standby – Stacey Brummer
2nd Unit Costume Standby – Amethyst Parker
Costume Standby Assistant – Aimee Palmer
2nd Unit Costume Standby Assistant – Eva Urlwin
Dresser – Keri Wheeler
2nd Unit Dresser – Danielle Soepnel

Construction Manager – Bryan Gravatt
Carpenters – Kirit Kesha, Rodger Brown & Pete Dalebrook
Costume Props Supervisor – Sally Maingay
Costume Props Makers – Brett Sutherland, Andy Mowbray & Andrea Matysik
Costume Props Assistant – David McClunie
Head Scenic Artist – Ben Griffiths
Scenic Leading Hand – Nigel Roberts
Vehicle Wrangler – Simon Wheeler
Supervising Props Maker – Matthias Sudholter
Prop Makers – Bryan Fulk, Jacob Walls & Neil Marnane
Props Painter – Alysha Thomas

Director of Photography – Kevin Riley
2nd Unit Director of Photography – Sean McLin
Camera Operator / DOP – Ollie Jones
1st Assistant A Camera – David Steel
1st Assistant B Camera – Tom Markham Short
2nd Unit 1st Assistant Camera – Bradley Willemse
2nd Assistant Camera – Lachlan Justice
2nd Unit 2nd Assistant Camera – Archer Roelants
Video Assistant – Laura Tait
2nd Unit Video Assistant – Rowena Simes
Safety Officer – Michael (Michal) Vins
2nd Unit Safety Officer – Louise Spraggon

Gaffer – Pete Gilmour
2nd Unit Gaffer – Phil Totoro
Best Boy – Jason Kerekere
2nd Unit Best Boy – Haydn Dudley
Generator Operator – Paul Abbott
2nd Unit Generator Operator – Craig MacDonald
Lighting Assistants – Pesani Vi & Sam Bland
Lighting Trainee – Toby Gilmour
2nd Unit Lighting Trainee – Miharo Totoro
Sound Recordist – Fred Enholmer
2nd Unit Sound Recordist – Graham Morris
Boom Operator – Gerry Parke
2nd Unit Boom Operator – Eoin Cox
Sound Assistant – Reece Cook

Key Grip – Evan Pardington
2nd Unit Key Grip – Tommy Park
Best Boy – Andy South
2nd Unit Best Boy – Gabriel Prince
Grip Assistant – Matt Hunter
2nd Unit Grip Assistant – Mike Ciprian
Grip Trainee – Greer McIntyre
2nd Unit Grip Trainee – Turoa Kohatu
SPFX Supervisor – Richard Schuler
2nd Unit SPFX Key Technician – Victor Beksinski
SPFX Key Technician – Rowan Tweed
SPFX Technician – Timothy Wells

Make up and Hair Designer – Kevin Dufty
Key Hair and Makeup – Pilar Alegre
2nd Unit Key Hair and Makeup – Shannon Sinton
2nd Unit Makeup Artist – Luana Millar
Makeup Artist – Ana Alfano
Makeup Assistant – Ruby Andersen
Monsters Coordinator – David Holmberg
Monsters Workshop Supervisor – Mark Knight
Monsters Technician #1 – Lewis Naimie
2nd Unit Monsters Onset Standby – Sam Evans
Post Production Sound Supplied By: The Inside Track
Sound Designer – Chris Burt

Location Manager – Scott McCauley
Locations Coordinator – Emma Leddington Wright
Transport Captain – Sean Waugh
Offset Location Assistant – Paul Trevor
2nd Unit Onset Location Assistant – Brendan Welch
Onset Location Assistant – Mike Futter
Unit Manager – Paul Fleming
2nd Unit Unit Manager – Darren Howman
Unit Assistants – Shaun Guilbert & Josh Dun
2nd Unit Unit Assistant – Ropata Smith-Warren
Catering – Marvel Kitchen Catering Ltd.
2nd Unit Catering – Foodsters Ltd.

Stunt Coordinator – Mark Harris
Stunt Performers – Andrew Cottle, Mark Trotter, Daniel Andrews, Scott Marsh, Kohji Mimura, Masafumi Oishi, Daisuke Kadowaki, Daiki Suzuki, Masaaki Nitta, Ryo Watanabe, Bruce Inaba, Misako Nagashima & Shun Yamashita

Post Production Supervisor – David Ross
Post Production Coordinator – Bridget Rumble
Editor – Gary Hunt
In House VFX Artists – Dan Short, Nicky Farnsworth & Kevin McCullough
Junior VFX – Ryan Munt
VFX Editor – Martin Paris
Assistant Editors – Annie Hubbard & Lajja Prajapati
Post Production Assistant – Melissa Kirton
Hasbro Online Editors – Bradford Keatts & Kimberly Cassano
Visual Effects by – PRPVFX Limited
VFX Producer – Carol Petrie
Video Post Production Facilities provided by: Images and Sound Ltd.
ADR Supervisor – Jim McLarty

Based on “Go Busters” from Toei Company Ltd.

The Production acknowledges the assistance of the New Zealand Government’s Screen Production Grant

Filmed on location in New Zealand

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