So... a clip episode, but one that moves the story forward, so not that bad. And in a lot of ways, it set up the surprise at the end, so I kind of liked it
But to see them actually do that, was kind of cool, I have to admit. Like the first time you see him use a Gosei technique, you have to go, "Oh yeah, they're really going to do this. This is going to be cool." When I got the pretime for this episode. Jonty the timer said that he wished they had given him a ranger suit for his true form. Now that would have been really great! Although I don't know how they would explain the blue face. Maybe after living millions of years you'd be blue too
His usage of Camoumirage was also kind of neat. His armor or body does the Tensouder's function somehow. I just think it's funny how they show his cyborg form as if it's just an illusion, even though Robogog clearly did make him into a cyborg. Mirages do not work that way!
Edit: Oh yeah, I forgot to mention that in the preview for this episode, I thought Amachi was going to do something stupid when he wore that mustache. Nope, it's Master Head, and y'know, it kind of works. He's so weird and goofy all the time that when he's serious, you can't help but appreciate the seriousness of the moment (and forget the silly mustache)
Also, I was thinking about this episode, and the title kind of gives away that this is the story of Buredoran that they're talking about. I initially thought the Goseigers were getting a new form or something
And thinking about it more, why did GoseiKnight tell Master Head not to tell them? I mean, I guess he didn't know that Buredoran would reveal his identity in a few minutes, but how does this deception help them in battle?
One of GoseiKnight's books is a children's fable that was published in the 1940's: