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|Great Wheels of Fire|
|Season №:||Season 2|
|Season episode №:||26|
|Overall episode №:||52|
|Original airdate:||February 11, 2015|
|Airing Time:||9:02 p.m.|
|Directed by:||Rod Amador|
|Written by:||Dan Danko & Tom K. Mason|
|Storyboard:||Patricia Ross (Part I), Alex Szewczuk & Drew Edwards (Part II)|
Great Wheels of Fire is the 26th and final episode of the second season of Wild Grinders, and the 52nd episode overall.
The Grinders are missing! Spitball's mentor Master Sensei fears his nemesis Fong Say Yuck has returned and his evil power is growing. Master Sensei chooses Lil Rob to defeat Fong Say Yuck and save the Wild Grinders. Accompanied by an astral projection of Spitball, Lil Rob is helped by the Wolf Spirit and the Dragon Spirit as he searches for the mythical skateboard -- The Wheels of Fire -- whose power can help him defeat Fong Say Yuck.
- Lil Rob
- Fong Say Yuck
- Master Sensei
- Chris/Wolf Spirit
- Paul/Dragon Spirit (voiced by Paul Rodriguez)
- Stubford Hucksterball
- Fong Say Yuck appears as the main antagonist again since Search for Master Sensei.
- It's the first time for Chris to have his own persona or pseudonym.
- Paul, now known as the Dragon Spirit, makes his first appearance.
- This episode marks the series finale of the Wild Grinders television series.
- Before Great Wheels of Fire was produced, an image shows Rob Dyrdek with Chris Cole and Paul Rodriguez, presenting their Grinder-ized portraits of their martial arts attires, hinting for the last episode to be released.
- This episode marks the final contribution of Dan Danko and Tom K. Mason as writers.
- Master Sensei is fond of tacos, besides frozen yogurt.
- This is the only time we see Fong Say Yuck with his mouth shown while eating his turkey panini.
- Chris and Paul serve their roles as Lil Rob's martial arts teachers.
- The second part of Great Wheels of Fire reveals that Spitball is the narrator outside; he uses his gruff, Asian eldery man voice and fake hands to make himself "sound" like an old man.
- Spitball, Master Sensei, Chris, and Paul have their own astral projections.
- Stubford Hucksterball licks on the Great Wheels of Fire on the first time, an on Lil Rob last. The second one though worked on scaring Fon Say Yuck's ninjas.
- Spitball's physical body disappears when his astral projection creates an appearance.