More on the Ganma stuff in this episode, what's fascinating about it is that Alain summoned two Ganma, one involving space and the old samurai Ganma that Takeru defeated weeks ago. The space Ganma's attack involves the distruption of radio waves and by the looks of it; this is Alain's top priority. As for the samurai Ganma, its job is to serve as a distraction and of course, for us to have a great fight scene for this episode while the space Ganma is doing his job of disrupting radio waves.
As for his problem, it involves the creation of a new satellite and he needs the help of an engineer, who just happens to be his father. What happens next is probably the weirdest way they inserted history to a kid's show. You see, one of Ryoma's conditions is for his host to form a Sat-Cho Alliance with someone, and as it turns out, his and his father's surnames form Sat and Cho. So yeah, Ryoma wants to forge a modern Sat-Cho Alliance between father and son. Because I barely have an idea about Japanese history, I don't know how this will end up.
Back to Takeru and Ryoma's host, as expected, they got rejected but who cares about that, they have another attempt in the next episode! Anyway, the samurai Ganma appears but he is so fast that Ghost Toucon Boost Damashii can't match him! This bit bothers me a bit. Usually, it takes 2-3 episodes before the Rider encounters this kind of problem. There is nothing wrong in showing the limitations of Toucon Boost Damashii, but this scene felt like they need to shove in another toy as soon as possible. Give us time to appreciate this form first before introducing a new one.
As for the finisher itself, it looks great. There's nothing much to say about it other than the fact that we got a nice fireworks display at the end. Now that we are done with the samurai Ganma, Alain and the space Ganma are busy moving the satellite and Akari is noticing it. What is Alain's grand plan that involves satellites? Can Takeru and stop him before it is too late?