It's really heart-warming. Salaryman trapped in a kaiju strikes up a friendship with a cute kid. (<<< It's practically a requirement for an Ultra series. The 'cute kid bonding with some adult (not necessarily one of the main characters) and teaching him/her how to live', I mean. I can't think of a series that doesn't have it.) I know there is no space for our main characters (our lovable UPG people, I mean) in this episode, so I'm just grateful they don't waste their extremely limited screen time in stupidity. Or, at least, they are not acting any more stupid than usual. ^^;
I like that Sho just randomly comes out of nowhere casually appears behind Hikaru. ;) But we really don't have time in this episode; there is no transformation scene for Ultraman Victory. (Okay, I miss it. What can I say? I love his transformation scene. Ginga's isn't half as cool, sorry. Especially in this episode. ^^;; )
As for the real villain in this episode, I'm not sure what he is. He doesn't seem to use a spark doll, but is he just a spark doll coming back to life? So when Ginga and Victory defeat him, he turns back into a spark doll?
It's so neat that when Ginga does the healing/sunshine thing, only the Gan-Q spark doll falls down in front of the cute kid. I am happy that it's that way since there is absolutely no need for the kid to know who is actually inside Gan-Q. The kid rides his bicycle with Gan-Q doll; to him, Gan-Q is probably still there with him. The salaryman gains a new confidence. It's a win-win situation for everyone.
I like to see more episodes like this, but at the same time, I would rather watch about the main characters, so I guess it's a bit of a dilemma.