Power Rangers’ annual international spoiler party has made its return, as countries outside the United States have begun to blow the doors open on all of Power Rangers Ninja Steel’s second half episodes. With Saban Brands once again unwilling, or unable, to control their international episode distribution, fans will have to dodge landmines of Internet spoilers for the sixth consecutive year.
Today, Spain dropped Episode 19 of Power Rangers Ninja Steel on Neox Kidz, a Spanish TV station which airs morning blocks of children’s programming.
Spain is currently scheduled to receive new episodes every Saturday and Sunday. As always, international airing patterns tend to be much more fluid, so the schedule is subject to change at any moment.
The United States will receive new episodes of Power Rangers Ninja Steel every Saturday at 12pm ET on Nickelodeon.
Below, fans can find screenshots and spoilers from Power Rangers Ninja Steel’s 19th episode:
Episode 19 – Helping Hand
Airdate: November 4
While Sarah deals with issues at school, the Rangers must overcome an invincible force field.
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Preston and Sarah are flying around the neighborhood on her hoverboard, but crash into some bushes when the hoverboard’s battery dies.
Sarah heads home to fix it, where she finds her mom created a mechanical hat that feeds toast and orange juice. Sarah seems frustrated that her mom won’t stay out of the way as she tries to fix her battery, and becomes even more frustrated when the hat malfunctions and hits Sarah in the face with toast.
Meanwhile on Galvanax’s ship, Forcefear demonstrates his ability to create force fields that deflect any attack and gets ready to head to Earth.
Back at school, Mick’s class is showing off their mechanical projects at the garage. Victor and Monty have created a powerful magnet that can attract metal, but they get hit in the face when it attracts random car parts from around the shop. Sarah’s mom intervenes in the class and shows off how she’s fixed Sarah’s battery – but when she demonstrates it on the hoverboard, the battery proves to be too overcharged and the hoverboard breaks as it flies out of control. Sarah is incredibly disappointed, and tells her mom she doesn’t need her help.
Forcefear attacks the city and the Rangers arrive. Brody uses his Lion Fire Mode, but it’s not enough to take down the force fields. The Rangers must retreat.
At the base, the Ninja Nexus Prism shows the Rangers a vision of how the Ninja Steel Megazord, Bull Rider Megazord, and Lion Fire Zord can combine. Mick goes to retrieve some Ninja Steel to make a new Power Star, but there’s only a small piece left.
He reveals that there is more Ninja Steel spread around the galaxy, but the universe is too far, and too big, to find it. They’ll use what they have for now.
Redbot shapes the Ninja Steel, but when thrown at the Ninja Nexus Prism, it’s rejected. It’s not enough. Sarah has the idea to use her mom’s battery invention to overcharge the Ninja Steel. The idea works and the Rangers have a new Power Star.
A gigantified Forcefear arrives, and the Rangers combine their three Megazords to defeat him.
Sarah returns home to apologize to her mom, and the two make up.
At the base, Mick and Redbot rejoice as they locate a giant asteroid of Ninja Steel is headed towards Earth. They alert the team to go retrieve it using the Astro Zord, but the Astro Zord Star suddenly vanishes from Mick’s hand – it was sucked through the wall by Victor and Monty who are playing with their magnet device outside the school.
Victor and Monty have no clue what they just retrieved, but they keep playing around, and soon attract all the Ninja Power Stars from inside the base.
Galvanax and Madame Odius arrive. They notice that only the 6 Ninja Power Stars are missing since they weren’t inside the base. Madame Odius kidnaps Victor and Monty, while Galvanax steals the magnet and vows the time to defeat the Power Rangers has come.