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Episode 18: “The Brothers Cho”

Story By Steve Wang, Nathan Long and Michael Wang

Written by Scott Phillips

Directed by John Fasano

Summary: Kit, Len and Chris team up on some pizza. Len explains that he never done anything before he became a Kamen Rider because they were chosen to become Kamen Riders at a young age. Kit explains that he was kind of a troublemaker, and his dad would back him up to help him get out of trouble. But Chris explains that his dad wouldn't of backed him up, then leaves.

At Grace's Books, Lacey confronts Maya about her "playing stupid superhero games", as she does not believe her about the Kamen Rider. Michelle Walsh is right outside and hears them. Lacey tells Maya to prove that they're real, but Maya can't. She tells Maya that she's got to get a life, and offers her to go out with her tonight to go dancing and find some "hot guys", but Maya tells her she can't. So Lacey leaves in disappointment. Michelle Walsh calls someone.

Len offers Kit the job of replacing the original Dragon Knight. Kit tells him it would be an honor. But Len explains that the Kamen Riders lie in suspended animation until they are needed, and that they only wake up once every 12 years, which means leaving Earth and everyone behind, including his father. Kit then tells him that he's going to need some time to think about it. Len tells him to take all the time he needs, then heads on out.

The Cho brothers ambush Len. Danny and Albert hold out their Advent Decks to transform, but Len takes their Advent Decks from them and calls them amateurs. The Cho brothers try getting their Advent Decks back, but Len is too quick for them. Len asks them what Xaviax promised them. They tell him that they were promised a piece of the action in the biggest heist in history, and all they have to do is take him out. Len says to them that he should probably tell them that Xaviax is lying to them and try to connivance them to fight for Earth, but tells them that he doesn't want them on his team. Danny tells him that they don't care. Len throws their Advent Decks. The Cho brothers attack again, but Len takes them down and calls them amateurs, and leaves. Albert finds their Advent Decks. When they return to their motorcycles, they see Len getting away and find their motorcycles tied together.

Kit finds Chris sitting somewhere writing. Chris tells Kit that everything is fine. They hear a Monster nearby. Chris tells him that this one is his. They both transform, Sting goes on in to fight the monster by himself, but Dragon Knight follows right behind him. The battle becomes intense as Sting's asthma attacks become worse. Dragon Knight tries getting him to stop, but Sting doesn't listen. Sting manages to destroy the Monster with his Final Vent, then the two return to Earth.

Kit returns to the hospital to see his dad, but when he gets their, he finds that his father is gone. He finds a snake medallion on the bed and realizes that his dad was taken by Strike.

End Credits:

Executive Producers
Fumio Sebata
Yasuo Matsuo
Takeyuki Suzuki
Aki Komine

Co-Executive Producers
Steve Wang
Michael Wang

Financial Consultant
Takeshi Enomoto

Financial Coordinator
Chieko Sebata


Kit ----------------------- Stephen Lunsford
Len ----------------------- Matt Mullins
Maya ---------------------- Aria Alistar
Chris Ramirez ------------- Michael Cardelle
Trent --------------------- Taylor Emerson
Lacey --------------------- Marisa Lauren
JTC --------------------- Scott Bailey
Michelle ----------------- Kathy Christopherson
Danny Cho --------------------- Mike Moh
Albert Cho --------------------- Tony Sano
Dan Ramirez ------------- David Berón
Dr. Heath --------------------- James Howell

Pemrick Fronk Casting

Action Directors
Akihiro "Yuji" Noguchi
Steve Wang

Stunt Coordinator
Dorenda Moore

Fight Choreography by
Alpha Stunts

Tadahiro Nakamura
Hideki Sugiguchi
Hiroshi Maeda
Shawn Lane
Xavier Quimbo
Paul Lacovara
Craig Baxley
Chris Palermo
Sam Situmorang

Director of Photography
Frank Harris

Production Designer
Oana Bogdan

Story Editor
Nathan Long

Art Director
Elvis Restaino

Unit Production Manager
Jimmy Sprague

1st Assistant Director
Cassandra Laymon

2nd Assistant Director
Rob Bola

Action Unit Director of Photography
Motohiko Tani

Action Unit 1st Assistant Director
Dannel Escallon

Location Manager
Hector Tinoco

2nd 2nd Assistant Director
Ismael Jimenez

Script Supervisor
Kris Smith

Nicole Ruby

Set Decorator
Tana Roller

Key Wardrobe
Ivy Thaide

Key Makeup
Jonelle Freed

Key Hair
Alyson Black

Stan Eng

Key Grip

Sound Mixer
Sean Skinner

Production Coordinator
Hank Grover

Asst. Production Coordinator
Lee Marshall

Office Production Assistant
Aaron McLane

Assistant to Roy McAree
Dave James Paul

Extras Casting
Bill Marinella
Sande Alessi Casting

Music Camposed by
Tony Phillips

Music Editor
Brian Donovan

Visual Effects by
Deception Arts

Visual Effects Supervisors
Mark Allen
Dominik Wojtarowicz

Visual Effects Artists
Robert Morris
John Miyaji
Joseph Oberle
Kevin Shawley
Suzette Barnett
John R. McConnell

Based on the Toei Company Ltd.
Japanese Production of "Kamen Rider"

Main Title Sequence designed by
The Lobby, Inc.
Jeff Skinner
Heather Herbert Skinner

Original concepts by
Shotaro Ishinomori

Japanese footage courtesy of
Toei Company Ltd.

Post Production Supervisor
Matt Scott

David Jakubovic
Larry Maddox

Assistant Editors
Meredith Stone
Susan E. Kim

Post P.A.
Matt Smith

Online Colorist
John Coldiron

Re-Recording Mixer
Nathan Smith

Sound Designer and ADR
Benjamin Cooper

ADR recorded at
Elephant Symphony Studios

Kamen Rider was mixed at NL3 Audio, Los Angeles, CA

Crip/lighting equipment provided by
Leonetti Company

Motorcycle Maintenance by
G   G Motorsports

Dollies provided by
J.L. Fisher, Inc.

Catering provided by
Bobby Weisman Caterers

Craft Service
Michael Schlegel

Transportation Captain
Matthew Ballard

Legal Services by
Paul S. Levine

Legal Counsel
Phalen "Chuck" Hurewitz
Andrew S. Zucker

Special Thanks to
Taro Takemoto

Presented by Adness Entertainment

In Association with Toei Company Ltd.

Filmed at Cheyenne Studios, Castaic, California, U.S.A.

Post Production Services by NL3 Audio

Special Thanks to:

The characters and events are fictitious. Any similarity to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental and unintentional.

This motion picture is protected under laws of the United States and other countries. Unauthorized duplication, distribution, or exhibition may result in civil liability and criminal prosecution. Adness Entertainment Co., Ltd. is the author of this motion picture for purposes of the Berne Convention. Country of first Publication: United States of America.

©2008 Ishimori Production Inc., Toei Company Ltd.,
Adness Entertainment Co., Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

My thoughts: SWEET! Len should of kept their Advent Decks.

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