Hunter is disappointed when he becomes a mentor to a boy, Charlie, who resents him. He feels a kinship with this young boy when he discovers that they have something in common but is frustrated that he can't get though to him. Meanwhile, everyone's in trouble when Marah and Kapri lose something of significant value to Lothor. Confusion arises when strange things begin to happen during the rangers' battles. Finally, Marah and Kapri find what they're looking for when it falls into the hands of Charlie who, naturally, doesn't recognize it for what it is. Fortunately, he's a lot smarter than the two of them. Written by
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Marah and Kapri speak of trading dilithium crystals on the Internet. This is a wink to another TV series as dilithium crystals are part of the Star Trek universe. See more
One can see Jacob Rutene is an acting novice, obviously enjoying himself as 'Charlie,' smiling in his interactions with 'Marah' and 'Kapri' when he should be straight-faced, frowning or even scowling in behaving as a little brat to them. See more
Big Air's having a contest for the best sports action video.
[taking magazine from Shane
Let's see. "The best one-minute video will be played on national television during the next Action Games."
Oh, sweet! I'm SO gonna win.
Uh, don't you mean... you're so gonna come second?
No, dude, I mean I'm... I'm gonna win. Oh, I get it. You're calling me out!
References Good Will Hunting