Unofficial Sentai Akibaranger (live-action TV)

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In Super Sentai tradition, the main protagonists surnames bear their color names: Akagi (赤 ("aka"), meaning red), Aoyagi (青 ("ao") for blue) and Moegi (黄, the kanji for "gi" is the same as "ki" for yellow).

The Sentai Cafe Himitsukichi is Japanese for "Secret Base", a common term used to describe the headquarters of Super Sentai teams.

Malseena's name is derived from "maru-C", or the copyright symbol; thus, her name can be alternatively written as "©na".

The Shatieeks, which are the Stema Otsu's foot soldiers, get their name from the word "shachiku" (社畜), which is Japanese for "corporate drone". As such, the Shatieeks wear stereotypical salaryman outfits and white masks that sport eyeglasses and thick eyebrows. In addition, they utter, "Norma" (ノルマ, "Quota") and "Zangyou" (ザンギョウ(残業), "Overtime") during battle.

Each Chief Clerk represents a district of Tokyo and bears the taxonomic synonym of the animal they resemble. For example, Shibuya Seitaka Awadachi Sōhigenaga Aburamushi (Uroleucon nigrotuberculatum) resembles a red goldenrod aphid.

The ending theme for season 2 episode 2 is an image song from the 1981 Super Sentai series Taiyo Sentai Sun Vulcan.

The ending theme for season 2 episode 3 is an image song from the 1999 Super Sentai series Kyuukyuu Sentai GoGoFive.

The ending theme for season 2 episode 4 is based on the opening theme "Tatakae! Ninja Captor" from the 1976 Toei series Ninja Captpr.

The ending theme for season 2 episode 5 is the second ending theme of the 2004 Super Sentai series Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger.

The ending theme for season 2 episode 6 is an alternate arrangement of that of the 1983 Super Sentai series Kagaku Sentai Dynaman.

The ending theme for season 2 episode 7 is an image song from the 2009 Super Sentai series Samurai Sentai Shinkenger.

The ending theme for season 2 episode 9 is an image song from the 2001 Super Sentai series Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger.

The ending theme for season 2 episode 10 is that of the 1997 Super Sentai series Denji Sentai Megaranger.

The ending theme for season 2 episode 11 is an image song from the 1992 Super Sentai series Kyoruyuu Sentai Zyuranger.

The ending theme for season 2 episode 12 is the movie theme of the 1987 Super Sentai series Hikari Sentai Maskman.

In episode 5, Yumeria (cosplaying as an alien girl) mentions that her mother is visiting from "Mount Pear Galaxy" (Yamanashi Prefecture). In real life, Karin Ogino is from Yamanashi Prefecture.

Character designer Keiichi Satou makes a cameo appearance in episode 7 as the cafe customer lip-syncing to Yumeria's lines during the Z-Cune cosplaying re-enactment.

In episode 9, the security code for the café's closet is "891227". Maaya Uchida's birthdate is December 27, 1989.

In episode 9, Yumeria's "bee girl" costume includes a Bumblelion doll from the short-lived 1980s Disney TV series The Wuzzles.

Halko Momoi and Yukio Yamagata, who recorded the show's opening theme, appear in episode 9 among the victims of Asakusa Alpaca.

In episode 12, Julia Nakano reprises her role as Mio Usagi from the 2011 film Salvage Mice.

In episode 26, before the Akibarangers head to the afterlife, they are greeted by Yellow Four of Choudenshi Bioman. The first Yellow Four (Mika Koizumi) was the last Super Sentai member to be replaced mid-season.

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