Last time, Cherry’s identity as a double agent was revealed, but Big Bad Villa didn’t plan on having Cherry be part of his team so he immediately kicked her out. Will his underestimation of the busty redhead be his undoing? Let’s find out.
After the intro, Madoka Hogan is clearly ready for action, but of course the coach won’t allow it because it makes no sense attacking without a strategy.
Moid, being as suspicious as always, thinks very little of Big Bad Villa Nash. After some discussion and Hogan once again pleading to kick ass, she’s interrupted and given the okay.
There’s a pointless scene where of course the stooge has a crush on the master, Onee-chan’s lackey I mean. Whatever, good luck to him I guess. Onee-chan brings up an important question of why Villa Nash came to Earth in the 1st place, rather made his presence known?
That’s a LOTTA Powerade! Hogan is ready for action while Princess Savage wonders how Cherry’s doing and is kinda hesitant to wrestle Nash. Hogan tells her “What’s past is past dood. He’s a heel now so let’s kick his ass BROTHER!” Savage also feels the energy of the Megamaniacs and is treated with a Powerade.
Back at the shore shack, as Uncle Jimmy tries to console Cherry, Moid shows up.
Meanwhile, Moid uses psychology to get Cherry’s mind in the game and join her comrades.
The Mega Flowers do what they do best and take out as many drones as they can when suddenly…
Basically common sense loses this argument as Madoka is infuriated by Cherry’s denseness and awakens something she shouldn’t have within Midori…all according to Villa Nash’s plans. How convenient that Cherry’s stupidity would help Villa in the end.
Next week, why did villa want to unleash the Rin-Ne? What happened between Cherry and him that made her go gaga for him? How will the Mega Flowers recover from this shocking turn of events? Stay tuned, same G-Time, same G-Channel.