Levi sings the full spell song and turns evil! The Power Rangers race into the city to battle Levi (Gold Ranger). Did you catch the Ninpo Kinji reference?
Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel Episode 3 Clips:
Cast: William Shewfelt (Brody / Red Ranger), Nico Greetham (Calvin / Yellow Ranger), Zoe Robins (Hayley / White Ranger), Peter Sudarso (Preston / Blue Ranger), Chrysti Ane (Sarah / Pink Ranger), Jordi Webber (Levi / Gold Ranger)
This video is from Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel “Tough Love” (Episode 3 / Season Premiere). .
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