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Season 1, Episode 13 - Aired 06/29/2012
In the aftermath of the previous episode, the Akibarangers' powers are taken away by Saburo. A few days later, while returning to everyday life, the Café Himitsukichi gang receive a message from Saburo Hatte to watch the enclosed DVD and reflect on what they did wrong during the past 12 episodes if they want a second season.
Season 1, Episode 12 - Aired 06/22/2012
After much deliberation, everyone at Café Himitsukichi concludes that the mastermind behind the manipulation of their reality is Saburo Hatte, the pen name synonymous with every Super Sentai series.
Season 1, Episode 11 - Aired 06/15/2012
Shortly after Takuma introduces himself as the new Akiba Red, everyone at Café Himitsukichi bids their farewells to Akagi, who hands his MMZ-01 unit to his replacement before heading off on bicycle to The Pentagon via Atsugi Base. He calls Sayaka to bid her farewell, but she tells him that her grandfather has invited her to work at his company in Virginia, making Akagi more excited to travel to the U.S. Meanwhile, Doctor Z announces the dissolution of Stema Otsu Corporation and the birth of the Delusion Empire, much to the surprise of Malseena as Delu Knight summons the organization's first Mosoborg, Drill Cyclops. Takuma, Mitsuki and Yumeria - now wearing colored jackets, sortie out to confront Delu Knight and Drill Cyclops
Season 1, Episode 10 - Aired 06/08/2012
Hiroyo shows Akagi, Mitsuki, and Yumeria the original character illustrations of Aoi Ichikawa and Malseena done by her father. She explains to them that Takehiro was a genius who earned his doctorate at age 21 and became a top professor at 24 before marrying her mother. They divorced when the otaku spirit he tried to repress since high school made him pursue a career as an animator. After struggling for a few years, Takehiro landed his big break when Studio Bell Village approved his character designs for their project. He worked sleepless nights to create Malseena and other characters who would become the Stema Otsu Corporation's Chief Clerks. However, the studio felt his works were too dark and violent in contrast to the more popular moe and yuri styles, and after having disagreements with the chief animator, he was fired from the studio and ostracized from the industry. After returning to the field of science to pay for child support, Takehiro made a breakthrough by discovering the "Moeshinsuki Particle", a parallel universe of particles that react to electric impulses in the human brain and bring delusions into reality. Then, one day, he disappeared, along with all of his research.
Season 1, Episode 8 - Aired 05/25/2012
Hiroyo picks up the phone to talk to Toei producer Hideaki Tsukada, who tells her the studio was intrigued by the Akibarangers' appearance in the Akiba Square incident and would like to interview them, as Itashar Robo matches the car she owns. She politely denies any involvement in the incident and hangs up, to the shock of the trio. Hiroyo explains to them that the Akibarangers' identity should remain as a secret team before she calls it a day and heads home, leaving KozuKozu in charge of the café.
Season 1, Episode 7 - Aired 05/18/2012
Akagi, Mitsuki, and Yumeria tell Hiroyo about Malseena entering the real world. Hiroyo is further puzzled after seeing Yumeria's drawing of Malseena, which matches an illustration of her done by her father, Takehiro Tsuzuki, who designed the MMZ-01.
Season 1, Episode 6 - Aired 05/11/2012
Akagi shows Hiroyo a package that he has to deliver to Toei's Tokyo studio, with Mitsuki tagging along the trip. On their way, they help Sayaka, who broke the heel of one of her shoes on her way back to her office. Meanwhile, Yumeria walks around town to find more ideas when she spots two men buying tickets to an idol show from a scalper, who reveals himself as the Chief Clerk Shimokitazawa Hoya. He magically pastes the tickets to his victim's foreheads to teleport them to the theatre district of Shimokitazawa. The Akibarangers engage Shimokitazawa in a small theater stage, where he and Malseena defeat them using invisible barriers, hidden mines and shadow tactics. Frustrated by the loss, Mitsuki ponders on going home, but Akagi encourages her to stick around with him in the trip so she will learn the true meaning of battle.
Season 1, Episode 5 - Aired 05/04/2012
Akagi returns to Café Himitsukichi to have some curry rice when he suddenly notices Yumeria cosplaying as an alien girl and telling everyone that her mother Masako from Mount-Pear (Yamanashi Prefecture) is visiting her. Later, Akagi, Mitsuki, and Yumeria go to the latter's home, which is decorated with countless anime and Super Sentai memorabilia. Reminded of several "parental visit" episodes of past Super Sentai series and fearing the outcome of Yumeria's mother finding out her hobby, Akagi starts hiding all of the memorabilia, only to stumble upon her collection of yaoi manga in her closet, which gets him kicked out of the apartment.
Season 1, Episode 4 - Aired 04/27/2012
Upon telling her comrades that she will not take part in any further delusions, Mitsuki explains that she is going to a martial arts training camp in Izu for three days. This, however, does not mean she will leave the team for good. On the other hand, Hiroyo tells the trio that the delusion amplification system does not work outside of Akihabara. Because of their drunken mishap on their last battle, Akagi and Yumeria are asked by Mitsuki not to enter any delusions while she is away.
Season 1, Episode 3 - Aired 04/20/2012
Still curious as to how the real Deka Red appeared in the Akibarangers' delusion, Hiroyo calls up Akagi, who tells her he is drinking with friends at a night club. Shortly after the phone conversation, Akagi bumps into Sayaka, who tells him she is meeting up with her friends inside. His hopes for scoring a date with her are boosted when he hears in her conversation with her friends that she does not have a boyfriend, which causes him to order an extra pitcher of beer at his table. Later that night, a drunk Akagi and his friends spot a maid being harassed by a man they believe is recruiting her to become a hostess; in his delusion, the man is yet another Chief Clerk named Kabukichō Mesugurohyōmonchō who orders his Shatieeks to abduct all of the maids on the street. Akagi transforms into Akiba Red and engages the enemies, with his teammates joining him shortly. Just after Mesugurohyōmonchō reveals the nature of his mission and Akiba Yellow suddenly falls in love with him, Akiba Red summons Bouken Red "Good Luck Form" to battle, much to Hiroyo's surprise.
Season 1, Episode 2 - Aired 04/13/2012
In further explaining to the Akibarangers that their fight was a mere delusion, Hakase plays a security camera recording that shows the trio pretending to fight invisible opponents on the street while the police storm into the maid café to arrest those who attempted to shut down the establishment. Distraught by this revelation, Akagi leaves Café Himitsukichi and mopes along a car park, where he sees Ryuji Sainei, who on his way to an event promoting the Japanese language dub of Power Rangers S.P.D. Their passionate meeting is yet another grand delusion, but Ryuji notices Akagi and thanks him for continuing to support him and Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger.
Season 1, Episode 1 - Aired 04/06/2012
After being berated for his Dekaranger cosplaying, and his fanboy detour derailed by his love for anime character Aoi, Nobuo Akagi finishes his delivery to Sayaka's place of work and meets a woman who offers him a chance to make a difference as an Akibaranger. Thinking he is being recruiting for a television show, Akagi meets his teammates, student Mitsuki Aoyagi and then cosplayer Yumeria Moegi, before arriving at the Super Sentai-themed Café Himitsukichi. After formally introducing herself as Hiroyo Hakase, she gives them their MMZ-01 phones to become Akibarangers. However, once learning that they are not an official Super Sentai team, they resolve to save the world and become legit.