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Episodes American Broadcasting Company September 14, 2002 and November 16, 2002

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101 101 "Unfinished Business" Taro Sakamoto Suzi Shimoyama September 14, 2002
Zen-Aku returns to rejoin with Merrick, and only by learning to accept help from his friends does Merrick defeat this evil from his past.

Note: This was the first episode to be shown on ABC Kids.

Series Premiere

102 102 "Homecoming" Taro Sakamoto Katherine Torpey September 14, 2002
Cole befriends a mysterious young boy named Kite, who helps them defeat Mandilok's two new Duke Orgs - Artilla and Helicos.
103 103 "The Flute" Worth Keeter Katherine Torpey September 21, 2002
A flute playing Org controls the citizens of Turtle Cove, and the Rangers, with his music. A surprising ally comes to their rescue - Animus.
104 104 "Team Carnival" Koichi Sakamoto Katherine Torpey September 21, 2002
Jindrax teams up with his brother to prove his worth by destroying the Rangers. After his brother is killed, Jindrax narrowly escapes.
105 105 "Taming of the Zords" Koichi Sakamoto Katherine Torpey September 28, 2002
The Rangers battle for control of the Wild Zords against Lion Tamer Org. The Zords are broken free of the Org's spell by Kite, who displays some mysterious powers.
106 106 "Monitoring Earth" Taro Sakamoto Katherine Torpey September 28, 2002
Mandilok convinces Kite that humans are no good and unleashes Monitor Org. Just as the Rangers defeat the Org, Kite reveals himself as Animus. He determines that humans do not deserve the Wild Zords' help and takes them away.
107 107 "The Soul of Humanity" Taro Sakamoto Katherine Torpey October 5, 2002
The Rangers struggle to defeat Toy Org without their Zords. When Animus truly believes in humanity's soul and the Rangers' commitment to protecting the Earth, he returns the Zords to the Rangers.
108 108 "Forever Red" Koichi Sakamoto Amit Bhaumik October 5, 2002
Cole and nine other Red Rangers from the previous series (except Rocky, so Eric have to take his place) unite to destroy the remaining Machine Empire.
Guest stars: Jason Faunt, Jason David Frank, Sean Cw Johnson, Christopher Khayman Lee, Jason Narvy, Paul Schrier, Danny Slavin, Daniel Southworth, Austin St. John and Selwyn Ward.
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"The Master's Herald" Koichi Sakamoto Jill Donnelllan October 19, 2002

October 19, 2002

To prepare for his return, Master Org sends the ninja Duke Org Onikage to take care of business. Onikage succeeds in kidnapping Shayla and destroys Toxica, and then creates Shadow Rangers to fight the Rangers. Master Org reappears and destroys Mandilok; the Pegasus Megazord destroys Onikage, but Master Org walks off with the Princess.
111 111 "Fishing for a Friend" Taro Sakamoto Suzi Shimoyama November 2, 2002
Jindrax sets up both the Rangers and the Locomotive Org to re-energize Toxica's horn, which he uses to fish her out of the spirit world; meanwhile, Master Org prepares the Nexus for a mysterious ceremony and snatches Princess Shayla's necklace, for it.
112 112 "Sealing the Nexus" Taro Sakamoto Derek Rydall November 2, 2002
The Rangers battle resurrected Org generals to disable the Nexus's force field so that their new allies Toxica and Jindrax may sneak in and rescue Princess Shayla.
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"The End of the Power Rangers" Jonathan Tzachor Jill Donnellan & Katherine Torpey
Derek Rydall & Suzi Shimoyama
November 16, 2002

November 16, 2002

Master Org returns and attacks the Rangers with his new form. He destroys all the Wild Zords and the Rangers' powers. The Wild Zords later return, along with other Wild Zords, and destroy Master Org with an Ultra Roar. The Rangers then beat the Org Heart so that Master Org won't come back.

Note: This was the final episode of the series that was produced in the United States.

Season Finale

Episodes American Broadcasting Company February 15, 2003 and November 15, 2003

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115 115 "Prelude to a Storm" Koichi Sakamoto Douglas Sloan February 15, 2003
Three young extreme sports lovers and friends, skateboarder Shane, surfer Tori, and motocrosser Dustin, spend their afternoons at the Wind Ninja Academy the protectors of the Earth are trained in secret. Though they're considered the three least dedicated students, their potential and good nature come to an advantage when they run late for class one afternoon. It just so happens, that day, Lothor, a banished evil ninja, comes back to the planet, and conquers every Ninja Academy with his hoard of Evil Alien Ninjas, and makes their Sensei trapped as a Guinea Pig. His grumpy and embittered tech-wizard son, Cam, designs the weaponry to combat the villains. The three become the Wind Ninja Rangers.

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116 116 "There's No "I" in Team" Koichi Sakamoto Ann Austen February 15, 2003
Virtual training missions between the Rangers highlights a major fault in their teamwork, focused directly on leader Shane. Despite Sensei's reminding that he must learn to trust his teammates, the Red Ranger strikes out on his own against the Mad Magnet monster. Will he learn his lesson the hard way? Meanwhile, Lothor's evil nieces, Kapri and Marah, are also suffering from a lack of teamwork and are forced to work out their problems by being stuck together, literally, by the monster's magnetic ray!
117 117 "Beauty And the Beach" Koichi Sakamoto Mark Hoffmeier February 22, 2003
Tori is upset at being considered one of the guys and wishes to appear more feminine. She turns to Sensei for advice but is disappointed. Lothor's nieces use this to trick her into going to a "fashion shoot." She is trapped while an impostor goes to find Shane and Dustin, and the headquarters.
118 118 "Looming Thunder" Charlie Haskell Jackie Marchand March 1, 2003
The Rangers encounter a new enemy, Terra Mole, who causes seismic disturbances in the city as he burrows underground. Blake and Hunter, two warriors from the Thunder Ninja Academy, show up.
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"Thunder Strangers" Charlie Haskell

(Parts 1 & 2)


Andrew Merrifield
Ann Austen

(Parts 1 & 2)


Douglas Sloan
March 8, 2003
March 15, 2003
March 22, 2003
Cam needs the data disc for the Tsunami Cycles, which Dustin had last, all unaware that it's not only landed in the hands of the evil Thunder Rangers but has been used to give them their Cycles. This leads to the first confrontation between the Wind and Thunder Rangers, and as if the heroes didn't have it bad enough, they also face and defeat Zurgane. The Thunder Rangers then strike back, defeating the Wind Rangers with their Tsunami Cycles and Zords. When Blake is injured protecting Tori, she takes him to Ninja headquarters. With their location discovered, the Thunder Rangers infiltrate their base and kidnap Sensei, blaming him for their parents' death, not realizing just how wrong they are. After Sensei seals himself inside a protective sphere, the Thunder Rangers head for a cave that contains what they need to break it. Hot on their trail, the Wind Rangers catch up with and briefly aid them. When they finally reach the cave, all is revealed. Lothor was the one responsible for the deaths of Hunter and Blake's parents. The Thunder Rangers finally come to their senses, team up with the Wind Rangers, and battle Lothor.
122 122 "Nowhere To Grow" Andrew Merrifield Steve Slavkin March 29, 2003
The Rangers have reason to believe that Lothor is up to something when they find weird, smelly seeds planted in the ground. Sensei sends them to Dr. Belrab, a botanist, to find out more information, much to Cam's chagrin. Frustrated with having to stay at Ninja Ops, he takes it upon himself to speak to Dr. Belrab, much to the Rangers' surprise. Shane decides to follow Cam to ensure that he doesn't get in trouble, while Tori and Dustin talk to the botanist. Shane is stunned to discover that Cam can defend himself very well. Sensei expresses his disapproval and explains his concern to his son, adding that he will never let Cam be a Ranger because of a promise he made to his Mother, Miko. As Tori and Dustin work to free themselves and Dr. Belrab, they discover a lot more than expected. Things take a turn for the worse when their Ninja powers are no match for the evil vines threatening to take over the city! It's up to Cam to save the day when all seems lost.
143 143 "Snip It, Snip It Good" Andrew Merrifield Mark Hoffmeier September 20, 2003
Tori is sent on a ninja training mission to find a turtle that holds a scroll to unlock a power disk. While Tori gone, Dustin and Shane go to an environmental conference. A monster named the Snipster shows up and cuts off Shane and Dustin's bonds while Tori encounters Marah and Kapri. After the fight, the big guns come out, and a new power disk is in action, the turtle mace.
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"Return of Thunder" Wayne Rose

(Parts 1-3)


Charlie Haskell
Douglas Sloan

(Parts 1 & 2)


Ann Austen
Ann Austen & Douglas Sloan
April 12, 2003
April 19, 2003
April 26, 2003
May 3, 2003
Tori misses Blake so much that she decides to go for a ride and ends up running into Blake, and he has something to tell her. Choobo has told the brothers that he wants to leave Lothor’s army. Tori talks to Shane and Dustin about what she's learned, but they are hesitant. Meanwhile, Hunter and Blake make their way to Lothor's ship, and things go awry. When the Rangers battle another of Lothor's creations, they are in for the surprise of their lives, and then they disappear without a trace. Temperatures across the globe start to drop at an alarming rate, while the confused Rangers find themselves on an island. Lothor looks on gleefully as the Thunder Rangers battle the Wind Rangers until Blake and Hunter begin to come to their senses. A formidable creature and the Rangers find that they have to get off the island before it sinks. Things take a turn for the worse when Hunter falls under a powerful spell that sends him on a murderous rampage for Blake, who is barely saved in time by the Wind Rangers. Blake becomes more eager to save his brother than the Wind Rangers are, but they help anyway, especially when they realize that the island is sinking. They find Hunter, who struggles to find himself in his rage, forcing Blake to take matters into his own hands. Cam discovers where the Rangers are and contacts them; the Rangers find that there's only one way off the island, but it's hazardous. The Wind and Thunder Rangers have to work together, but they become on the verge of running out of time. Choobo blames the Thunder Rangers for his punishment and will stop at nothing to seek revenge, capturing them when they go out for a ride to decide if they will accept Tori, Shane, and Dustin's offer. They are freed thanks to their friends, but things get worse when Choobo reveals just how powerful he is by casting a spell to control the Wind Rangers so that they will destroy the Thunder Rangers against their will.
During the second part of the episode, Dustin tells Tori maybe the two of them could give up Shane for a Green Ranger; Cam receives said color and powers later on in the series.
127 127 "Boxing Bopp-A-Roo" Charlie Haskell Mark Hoffmeier May 10, 2003
The Rangers have agreed to work together to defeat Lothor. But there are still some conflicts. Shane and Hunter are finding it hard to work with each other. And with competition coming up, they're both trying to outdo the other, so Sensei teaches them to work together.
128 128 "Pork Chopped" Charlie Haskell Steve Slavkin May 17, 2003
Tori wants to hang out with Blake and Hunter but already has plans with Shane and Dustin. Rather than break plans with either, she decides to do both with no one being wiser. It gets more challenging than expected between rushing back and forth and trying to explain her sudden disappearances. It turns out to be a good thing, especially when a monster appears and traps Blake and Hunter.
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"The Samurai's Journey" Paul Grinder Jackie Marchand
Mark Hoffmeier

(Parts 2 & 3)

May 24, 2003
May 31, 2003
June 7, 2003
Cam resents not being a Ranger and wishes to prove himself, hating how his father is too overprotective. It's up to Cam to save the day, though, when the Rangers are stripped of their powers by Metropolis. This forces Cam to go on a dangerous quest to the past to find the only thing that can save the world, the Samurai amulet. In the beginning of the quest, Cam finds himself 30 years in the past. There are many more surprises in store for the young warrior when he meets his mom and dad as teenagers and discovers that his father has a brother known as Kiya, who is determined to take a mesmerizing amulet from Miko, Cam's mother. Cam interferes with his attempt and is later accused when it appears that Cam has stolen the amulet. His father, Kanoi, uncovers the truth, which leads to a face-off between Cam and Kiya. It is revealed that Kiya was the banished ninja who is now reborn as Lothor. Later, time runs out, and Cam reluctantly leaves to save the other Rangers, armed with a special gift from his mother, the Samurai Amulet. Meanwhile, the spell that froze time so that Cam could time travel to the past is wearing off, leaving the powerless Rangers to face a gigantic monster. Cam becomes the Green Ranger & help the other Rangers. The Rangers are then ambushed by Lothor. They barely escape and retrieve their powers when each of them is forced to fight a monster alone. Cam is stung and almost turned into a bug. Sensei reveals to him how to undo the spell, which seems impossible. In the end, it takes all the Rangers, split into two groups, to save the city.
Dustin mentioned the Green Ranger in the second part of "The Return of Thunder".
132 132 "Scent of a Ranger" Andrew Merrifield Jackie Marchand June 14, 2003
Cam's personality has turned around completely to the point that he's more like Dustin than, say, himself. He's better than all the other Rangers at everything. However, he doesn't seem remotely interested in being a Ranger anymore. Meanwhile, a new monster is turning people into perfumes and trapping them in bottles. The Rangers get frustrated when Dustin and Tori are captured, and Cam does nothing to help. Imagine their surprise when another Cam shows up.
133 133 "I Love Lothor" Andrew Merrifield Steve Slavkin June 21, 2003
Marah and Kapri convince Lothor to make a television show that will make him more likable. A new monster, Mr. Ratwell, assures Lothor that he can create a show to make him well-liked and offers to use love potions as a backup plan. Lothor, disgusted with the idea of using love potions, refuses, and tosses them aside. Marah and Kapri decide to use them on the Rangers to prove their usefulness to their uncle as well as for fun. They accidentally make Blake and Cam fall in love with Tori, and they begin to fight over her for her affection. Even more, problems arise when Tori is captured and tied up on Lothor's TV set, and an intense love spell cast through the television puts all the viewers of Lothor's new show into a frenzy they go after Dustin, Shane, and Hunter. It's up to Tori to help Cam and Blake come to their senses.
134 134 "Good Will Hunter" Andrew Merrifield Steve Slavkin June 28, 2003
Hunter is disappointed when he becomes a mentor to a boy, Charlie, who resents him after losing his dad. He feels a kinship with him when he discovers that they have something in common but is frustrated that he can't get through to him. Meanwhile, everyone's in trouble when Marah and Kapri lose Lothor's PAM. Confusion arises when strange things begin to happen during the Rangers' battles. Finally, Marah and Kapri find Lothor's PAM when it falls into Charlie's hands, who, naturally, doesn't recognize it for what it is. Fortunately, he's a lot smarter than the two of them.
135 135 "All about Beevil" Wayne Rose Jackie Marchand July 5, 2003
Dustin feels like everyone thinks he's stupid when he loses his bike. Meanwhile, Marah feels left out when her new friend Beevil joins the crowd and leaves only to run into Dustin, who gives her a suggestion to make her consider her options. In return, she gives him something that is supposed to help the Rangers defeat her uncle. Can Dustin trust Marah, or is it all a trick?
136 136 "Sensei Switcheroo" Wayne Rose Mark Hoffmeier July 26, 2003
Cam is overwhelmed by the desire to have a human father that he decides to try to bring his father back to his human self. After Shane and Sensei accidentally switch bodies, Sensei must battle as the Red Ranger while Shane must stay and watch. Cam attempts to fix it, but another setback makes Sensei and Dustin switch bodies. Meanwhile, Marah and Kapri try to destroy the Power Rangers independently and are completely confused by the Ranger's newfound skills.
137 137 "Tongue And Cheek" Wayne Rose Art Brown August 2, 2003
Dustin uses his Ranger powers to protect Storm Chargers from a big sports company. Kelli tells a newspaper about it, and Dustin becomes famous. Shane becomes jealous of Dustin's newfound fame, and Dustin begins to grow a big head. When Hunter, Tori, and Blake get captured by a stamp monster, Dustin and Shane are forced to work together to defeat the monster and save their friends.
138 138 "Brothers in Arms" Charlie Haskell Jackie Marchand August 2, 2003
Motodrone is born via a real mechanical genius, Perry, who comes into the scene when Hunter's bike gets trashed during a race. Motodrone takes Hunter. Cam matches the DNA of Motodrone and finds out that he's Perry. Blake and Cam save Hunter, who destroys Motodrone and saves Perry. Zurgane finds Motordrone's pieces and takes them to Lothor's ship, where he is reassembled and brought back to life.
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"Shane's Karma" Charlie Haskell Mark Hoffmeier & John Tellegen August 9, 2003

August 9, 2003

It's Tori's birthday, and the Rangers get a day off when Sensei decides to take a little trip. Shane, plagued by nightmares, comes to Tori for advice and heeds it to her chagrin. There's only one person who can help Shane, and that person is someone from the past named Skyla. Shane later becomes confused and overwhelmed when he learns the truth about his nightmares and their link to the past. Meanwhile, Lothor discovers an old acquaintance that may be trouble and is curious about why this person has shown up. Only when Skyla leaves, Shane understands everything that he's been shown and has to rely on her gift to defeat Vexacus. With the power from Skyla's soul, Shane gets his Battalizer power and manages to defeat Vexacus.
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"Shimazu Returns" Andrew Merrifield Douglas Sloan August 16, 2003

August 23, 2003

Motodrone accidentally brings to life a statue, releasing an ancient evil known as Shimazu. The Rangers are forced to contend with ferocious wolf-like monsters unleashed by this new threat. Cam then uses the Rangers' power discs to enter a mysterious realm where he discovers a weapon that could turn the tide in the battle against the Wolfblades, the Lighting Riff Blaster. When the Wolfblades attack again, the Rangers are forced to contend with them in their Zords with no other discs.
144 144 "The Wild Wipeout" Andrew Merrifield Jackie Marchand September 20, 2003
Tori is transported to another dimension where the Rangers are evil. She must join forces with Lothor to defeat the Rangers and restore peace to the city. After she returns, Blake confesses his feelings for Tori.
145 145 "Double-Edged Blake" Wayne Rose M.L. Kessler September 27, 2003
Tori is puzzled when Blake disappears a lot for no reason. No one seems to know where he is or what he's doing when he's gone. When asked where he has been, he tells them very little. A new monster shows up, and finally, the Rangers see what he's been up to.
146 146 "Eye of the Storm" Charlie Haskell Ann Austen September 27, 2003
Shane's intimidating big brother, Porter, comes to town and accidentally catches him morphing, and Motodrone calls a new monster named Eyezak, who forces people to face their worst fears. The Wind Rangers are forced to face their fears, and the Thunder Rangers are captured.
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"General Deception" Wayne Rose Ann Austen
Ann Austen & Douglas Sloan
October 4, 2003

October 4, 2003

Tori gives the guys a ride when they go camping. On the way, they are ambushed but choose not to cancel their trip. Meanwhile, Zurgane is ridiculed, and even Lothor threatens his rank. Hence, he hatches a plan to eliminate the Rangers, not knowing that Vexacus has plans of his own. Nearly everyone is stunned at how things begin to unfold for Zurgane. Zurgane's Zord was later obliterated by the Rangers, but he gets the data from their attacks and uses it when creating a new Zord, the HyperZurgane Zord, which destroys the Hurricane Megazord. Even if Zurgane survives, one of his fellow Generals has his plans for his fate.
149 149 "A Gem of a Day" Charlie Haskell Ann Austen October 18, 2003
Hunter's secret of keeping a few of the Gem of Souls fragments comes out when Vexacus ambushes him for them. Though his teammates are upset over hiding this, the artifact aids Cam in his plans to sneak aboard Lothor's ship to free the trapped ninjas! Speaking of which, Lothor has Motodrone spy on Vexacus, leading to a showdown between the two Generals. All of this, plus the Condortron monster!
150 150 "Down And Dirty" Charlie Haskell Douglas Sloan October 18, 2003
The Bradley brothers get into a huge fight when Blake beats Hunter in a motocross race. Kapri and Marah ask Shimazu to help them take over the ship. Dustin decides to switch from motocross racing to motocross freestyle.
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"Storm Before the Calm" Paul Grinder Douglas Sloan
Ann Austen
November 15, 2003

November 15, 2003

The Rangers are selected to showcase their respective talents in the US Action Games. Meanwhile, Lothor prepares the final stages of a scheme set in motion by destiny itself, as he seeks to unleash the evils within The Abyss of Evil, hidden beneath the Action Games' site. Lothor discovers and destroys Ninja Ops but leaves behind a radically changed Sensei. With renewed confidence, the Rangers unite to take on Lothor's new Zord and the forces of the Abyss of Evil, releasing every evil they have faced and more. When it's all over, the Rangers face Lothor.

Season Finale

Episodes American Broadcasting Company February 21, 2004 and February 12, 2005

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"Day of the Dino" Charlie Haskell Douglas Sloan
Ann Knapp
February 21, 2004

February 21, 2004

Former Veteran Ranger Tommy Oliver takes a teaching job in Reefside years after escaping the evil and mysterious reptilian monster Mesogog. He is assigned to look after three detention students: Conner McKnight (soccer star), Ethan James (hi-tech prankster), and Kira Ford (singer). The trio stumbles upon a secret hideaway during a trip to the museum and finds the Dino Gems. Kira rejects her Gem, only to be abducted by Mesogog's forces. Kira then escapes from Mesogog's lair, and he reveals his powerful Bio Zords and unleashes them on the city. Tommy grants the students the means to become Power Rangers and sends them to tame the wild creatures. They succeed and combine their Zords into the Thundersaurus Megazord to halt the evil warrior Zeltrax's attack and save the day.
The episode title alludes to "Day of the Dumpster," the first episode of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.

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155 155 "Wave Goodbye" Charlie Haskell Douglas Sloan February 28, 2004
Conner resigns as the Red Ranger when his Ranger duties interfere with his dreams of being a soccer star and cause him to miss a vital try-out. However, he reconsiders after saving a little girl and defeating Mesogog's Birdbrain mutation with help from Ethan and Kira and the Raptor Riders given to the Rangers by Tommy. Meanwhile, Mesogog kidnaps Tommy to force him to unleash the power from within a stone.
156 156 "Legacy of Power" Andrew Merrifield Ann Knapp March 6, 2004
Mesogog kidnaps Tommy to find out how to access a mysterious power source. As Hayley searches for a way to rescue Tommy, the Rangers watch a video diary on the Power Rangers' history with footage from the past eleven seasons.
This is the 500th episode of Power Rangers.
157 157 "Back In Black" Andrew Merrifield Ann Knapp March 13, 2004
The Rangers rescue Tommy, who steals the stone and discovers the power within is another Dino Gem. Harnessing the powers of this black gem, Tommy reignites his past and becomes the Black Ranger. To defeat Mesogog's latest creation, the Rangers are sent the Cephala Zord as a boxing glove.
158 158 "Diva In Distress" Andrew Merrifield Jackie Marchand March 20, 2004
Kira is reunited with her old friend and celebrity, Kylee Styles. The snobbish teenage star falls victim to the youth-draining Donkeyvac monster, and Kira comforts Kylee by reminding her of better times while the others confront this new menace. When Kira helps her friends take down Donkeyvac, everyone's youth is restored, and Kylee and Kira reunite and perform a duet at Hayley's Cyberspace.
Guest Star: Morgan Reese Fairhead as Kylee Styles
159 159 "Game On" Andrew Merrifield John Tellegen March 27, 2004
Mesogog's latest plan takes advantage of Ethan's obsession for a video game by transporting him into the game's virtual world where he meets a strange wizard and the even stranger Triptoids. Kira also gets sucked into the game, but they manage to return to the real world and discover that the Triptoids and the wizard have followed them. After the Rangers deal with the Demagnetron monster, Hayley sends the wizard back to the virtual world.
160 160 "Golden Boy" Paul Grinder Ann Knapp April 3, 2004
In his effort to enhance himself, Zeltrax accidentally creates his own "son" who calls himself Golden Rod. While Tommy's former partner Anton Mercer, adoptive father to Trent Fernandez, purchases the Cyberspace Cafe, the Rangers head to City Hall to stop him only to run into Zeltrax and Golden Rod. As the Thundersaurus Megazord struggles against the enlarged Golden Rod's might, Tommy steps in and destroys the son of Zeltrax with his Brachio Staff. Afterward, the city councilwoman prevents Mercer from taking over the cafe.
161 161 "Beneath the Surface" Paul Grinder Jackie Marchand April 10, 2004
Dr. Oliver and Principal Randall take the students on a dig, using that pretense to hide their real motive of finding a Dino Egg. Pulling a bait and switch on the Rangers, Randall, who is Mesogog's henchwoman, Elsa, in disguise, manages to steal the real Dino Egg and hatches the Dimetro Zord. After a brief battle, the Rangers tame the Dimetro Zord, who helps to defeat Scorpex, the latest monster with the saw blade ability.
162 162 "Ocean Alert" Paul Grinder John Tellegen April 17, 2004
When famous actress Nikki Valentina is captured by Mesogog to be used as a part of his evil schemes, the Rangers must save her and face off against the Megaldor monster. Meanwhile, Hayley uncovers a new Dino Egg, which hatches into the Stego Zord.
Guest Star: Chantal Gaiqui as Nikki Valentine.
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"White Thunder" Charlie Haskell Douglas Sloan
Douglas Sloan & Jackie Marchand

(Parts 2 & 3)

April 24, 2004

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When the powerful White Dino Gem goes missing from Mesogog's fortress, a monster is sent to lure out whoever stole it. Mesogog's plan works, and the renegade White Ranger appears, easily defeating the beast and forcing the Rangers to retreat.
Conner and Kira are sent to locate a new Dino Egg, only to find it in the White Ranger's possession. Hayley alerts the team to the Angor monster's presence, and the Thundersarus Megazord duels it while Tommy goes to confront the White Ranger and retrieve the Dino Egg. While the Megazord defeats the monster with help from the newly-hatched Parasaur Zord, which gives the Megazord the scissor blade, Tommy fails, and the Drago Zord is hatched.
The White Ranger steals the Rangers' Stego Zord and combines it with his Drago Zord to form the Dino Stegozord, which blasts the Thundersarus Megazord apart. While a trio of auxiliary Zords is sent into battle, Conner dukes it out with the White Ranger and unlocks his Super Dino Mode. Later, Tommy discovers the White Ranger's true identity as Trent but is encased in amber before telling the others.
166 166 "Truth And Consequences" Andrew Merrifield Jackie Marchand May 15, 2004
As the Rangers attempt to free Tommy from his amber prison, Trent starts causing trouble. In a battle against the Rangers, Trent stops himself from hurting a demorphed Kira and later tells her that he is the White Ranger. While Kira is initially shocked, she offers to help him, but he declines and decides to leave the city, citing that he is too dangerous to stay around. The Ankylo Zord reveals itself and strongly beats the Dino Stegazord with the ability of another drill.
167 167 "Leader of the Whack" Andrew Merrifield John Tellegen May 22, 2004
As Trent leaves, he notices a meteor crashing into the woods. The Rangers show up to investigate, hoping that the meteor will help free Tommy, and are greeted by Tyrannodrones and the Rojobot monster. During the ensuing battle, the meteor blasts everyone with a strange energy that reveals their personalities' hidden sides. Conner becomes a brainiac, Ethan, a jock, Kira turns into a valley girl that loves shopping, Cassidy becomes a nerd, and Devin becomes the coolest kid in school. The Rangers face off against the now-aggressive monster and defeat him with Trent's help, who has been turned good by the meteor's rays. The Rangers destroy the meteor, revert to normal and use a fragment to set Tommy free. While Tommy is glad to be free, he now finds himself permanently morphed.
168 168 "Burning at Both Ends" Andrew Merrifield Ann Knapp June 5, 2004
Trent, now completely overwhelmed by the evil influence of his Dino Gem, joins Mesogog. After tricking the Rangers into believing he has reformed, he presents them with brand new Dino ATV's as a gift of goodwill, but Tommy discovers his ruse. Meanwhile, Mesogog is revealed to be Anton Mercer's unwilling alter-ego.
169 169 "The Missing Bone" Paul Grinder Douglas Sloan June 12, 2004
A failed, fossilized experiment of Tommy and Anton's is revived and brainwashes Kira into retrieving its missing piece. Once it is complete, the Fossilador monster wreaks havoc on Reefside and battles the incomplete Thundersarus Megazord. Once free from Fossilador's control, Kira saves the day with the help of the Pterazord.
170 170 "Bully for Ethan" Paul Grinder Ann Knapp June 19, 2004
Ethan is bullied by one of his classmates while Trent and Zeltrax forge an uneasy alliance to destroy their enemies. Tommy tries to reason with Zeltrax after discovering his true identity as "Smitty," his old friend that was lost in an accident but was reconstructed by Mesogog. Trent is singled out by Mesogog, who warns him not to betray him.
171 171 "Lost & Found in Translation" Paul Grinder Steve Slavkin June 26, 2004
When Conner, Ethan, and Kira find a show about Power Rangers in Japan, Conner is appalled at its portrayal of them. Meanwhile, the Japanese Rangers must go up against a money-hungry monster named Ka-Ching.
This was an English dubbed version of the 10th episode of its Sentai counterpart, Bakuryū Sentai Abaranger; the episode in the original series was Abare Leaguer Bind.
172 172 "It's a Mad Mad Mackerel" Paul Grinder Mark Hoffmeier July 3, 2004
Kira gets an internship on the Funky Fisherman Show, only to realize how unhappy she is with her job. Meanwhile, Elsa kidnaps the fisherman's sidekick, Marty, the Mackerel, and transforms him into Mad Mackerel to battle the Rangers.
173 173 "Copy That" Douglas Sloan Jackie Marchand July 24, 2004
Mesogog attempts to destroy Trent when Zeltrax, through Copyotter, frames the White Ranger for destroying his lab. However, Anton Mercer breaks through and destroy the White Dino Gem's hold over Trent. Trent returns the favor by promising to use his powers for good. Later, Zeltrax reveals an evil, soulless clone of the White Ranger.
174 174 "Triassic Triumph" Douglas Sloan Ann Knapp August 7, 2004
Zeltrax manifests the White Terrorsaurus from the evil White Ranger clone. While Tommy and Trent search for a powerful new energy source, Conner is discouraged when his plan to defeat the Terrorsaurus costs the Rangers their Dinozords. Sensing a new power calling out to him, Conner steps up to accept the Shield Of Triumph and, with it, the ability to become the Triassic Ranger. With a whole new level of power at his command, Conner quickly destroys the Terrorsaurus.
175 175 "A Star Is Torn" Douglas Sloan Douglas Sloan August 14, 2004
Kira scores a deal with a famous record producer but isn't satisfied with her new image. Meanwhile, Hayley tries to get a new vehicle up and running, while Tommy and Zeltrax duel in a fierce battle aboard his Aerial Assault Vehicle.
176 176 "A Ranger Exclusive" Andrew Merrifield Douglas Sloan August 21, 2004
Kira tries to get Cassidy a job as a reporter for the local TV station, which falls victim to Mesogog's newest creation. As the monster infiltrates the satellites to destroy Jupiter and thus causes such an incredible impact to leave the Earth devoid of human life, the Rangers must prevent Mesogog from accomplishing his goal and reverting the Earth to the age of the dinosaurs.
177 177 "Tutenhawken's Curse" Andrew Merrifield Jackie Marchand August 28, 2004
Ethan is hit with a string of bad luck after uncovering an ancient curse and awakening Pharaoh Tutenhawken. The Rangers battle Tutenhawken in their search to break the curse, and the Pharaoh takes Cassidy as his queen. Ethan comes to the rescue with his new Hovercraft Cycle with the Rangers at a tactical disadvantage.
178 178 "Disappearing Act" Andrew Merrifield Ann Knapp September 25, 2004
Elsa retrieves some strange slime that matures her new creation; Thornox and Tommy gathers a sample for himself. After Hayley analyzes the substance, she prepares to use it on Tommy in the hopes of demorphing him. The process is a success, but now the good doctor is invisible.
179 179 "Fighting Spirit" Paul Grinder Jackie Marchand October 2, 2004
Tommy informs the Rangers of an experiment that he hopes will restore him to normal. A hesitant Hayley activates a machine that draws power from his Dino Gem and makes Tommy visible again, but unfortunately, he is left comatose. Meanwhile, as the Rangers are stripped of their powers by a new White Terrorsaurus, the hospitalized Tommy finds himself in a strange dream-world where he must fight three of his past Ranger alter-egos in a battle for his life. This episode – rather appropriately – aired on the eleventh anniversary of the first episode of Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers.
180 180 "The Passion of Conner" Paul Grinder Ann Knapp October 23, 2004
A young environmentalist named Krista is protesting to save an old tree. In his efforts to impress Krista and win her heart, Conner finds himself wishing for the same passion she has. When Zeltrax returns and powers up using the serum inside the tree, he transforms the tree into a monster named Deadwood, whom the Rangers kill with the new formation of the Triceramax Megazord. When Zeltrax endangers Krista, Conner's determination to save her grants him access to his Triassic Morpher and Battlizer, originating from Conner's Triassic power.

Guest Star: Antonia Prebble as Krista

181 181 "Isn't It Lava-ly" Paul Grinder Bruce Kalish November 20, 2004
Volcanologist Dr. Morton is captured by Elsa as a part of her latest scheme to activate a long-dormant volcano. Meanwhile, an overconfident Ethan takes part in a video game competition and is shocked to discover his opponent is Devin.
182 182 "Strange Relations" Charlie Haskell Jackie Marchand November 27, 2004
As Mesogog and Anton Mercer battle for control, a fluctuation in the Morphing Grid forces the White Ranger and his evil clone to meet in a final battle. Meanwhile, the other Rangers battle Mesogog's Jade Gladiator.
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"Thunder Storm" Charlie Haskell Douglas Sloan December 4, 2004

December 11, 2004

Lothor manages to climb out of the Abyss Of Evil and, with his corrupt Power Discs, brainwashes the Ninja Storm trio into servitude. After the Wind Rangers lay waste to their Ninja Academy, Cam alerts Hunter and Blake while the Dino Rangers face off against the Wind Rangers in the ultimate Ranger showdown. As Cam, Hunter, and Blake venture into the Abyss of Evil to retrieve their lost powers, the evil Wind Rangers challenge the Dino Rangers to a rematch. Just as both teams are about to morph, Cam, Hunter, and Blake appear and snap the Wind Rangers out of their trance. Meanwhile, Lothor and Mesogog unite to take over the Earth, only to turn against each other once all eleven Rangers, including Marah and Kapri, foil their plan.
Guest Stars: Pua Magasiva, Sally Martin, Glenn McMillan, Adam Tuominen, Jorgito Vargas, Jr., Jason Chan, Grant McFarland, and Katrina Browne.
185 185 "In Your Dreams" Britta Johnstone Jackie Marchand December 25, 2004
Elsa invades the Ranger's dreams to destroy them for good. With each Ranger facing off against a unique monster, will they be able to overcome their fears?
186 186 "Drawn into Danger" Britta Johnstone Jackie Marchand January 15, 2005
Trent attends a comic convention to show his work to famous artist Carson Brady. Elsa is also there and gives Carson a pen that possesses him, making him draw a comic where the Rangers face Elsa's latest ally, Fridiga. With the Rangers trapped within the comic and forced to live out the storyline, will Trent be able to help them escape?
187 187 "House of Cards" Britta Johnstone Douglas Sloan January 22, 2005
Trent arouses the suspicion of his teammates as he tries to keep his promise to his father Anton and keep his identity as Mesogog secret. When Elsa uses a card she confiscated from Ethan as the basis for a powerful new monster, which is the Ruby Dragon, Trent's secret is on the verge of being exposed. Although the Rangers defeat their opponent, their real troubles are just beginning as they discover that Anton Mercer is Mesogog.
Elsa's dual identity as Principal Randall is exposed to the Rangers and the whole school.
188 188 "A Test of Trust" Britta Johnstone Ann Knapp January 29, 2005
Conner, Ethan, and Kira recall how much they've changed since becoming Rangers, while Trent faces losing his powers unless he finds a way to redeem himself. Will Trent succeed, or is this the end for the White Ranger? Meanwhile, Mesogog uses a potion to separate himself from Anton Mercer. To make things worse, he sends the Ugly Monster that easily beats the Triassic Ranger and creates an evil clone of the Megazord, the Replicant Zord!
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"Thunder Struck" Andrew Merrifield Douglas Sloan
Ann Knapp
February 5, 2005

February 12, 2005

Mesogog tortures Anton Mercer and shows Elsa his latest plan. This giant cannon can defeat the Rangers and transform Earth into the age of the Dinosaurs. For that, he will need the powers within the Dino Gems. But he will also need the power he gave Elsa. So he drains Elsa's power, turning her back into a human no longer under his control. She is rescued by the Rangers and taken to the Dino Lab. Trent pretends to make a deal with Mesogog, allowing the Rangers to invade and destroy Mesogog's cannon. Trent returns with Anton Mercer intact. Zeltrax comes to the Dino Lab and kills it, and takes Elsa away. The Rangers return from Mesogog's island to the Dino Lab, where they find it destroyed. Hayley finds their hidden camera, and they learn that Zeltrax has taken Elsa. Meanwhile, Zeltrax unleashes his Zelzord. Ethan finds the Zelzord, reports it to the Rangers, morphs, and joins them. As Zeltrax destroys the city with the Triptoids, Trent fights them, while Tommy summons the Zords and they form the Thundersaurus Megazord. Tommy goes into the Zelzord with Kira, where they destroy Zeltrax, but the Zelzord survives, and the Rangers sacrifice their Zords to destroy it. The Rangers meet on the ground, where they find Mesogog, who survived the battle. He tells them that they have foiled his plans. Still, he absorbs enough Dino Gem energy to complete his transmutation, the Mesomonster, and fights them until the Triassic Ranger knocks him down. However, he clones himself, so the Rangers use their Dino Gems to create an unstoppable power that destroys the Mesomonsters, sacrificing their powers in process. Cassidy and Devin discover the Rangers' identities, but do not wish to expose it because the Rangers are their friends. The Rangers who have no longer their power, go to prom, where Conner says he will open a Soccer camp, and Ethan will take part in a video game competition, and he is practicing now since he will not lose again. Trent is going to Art School, and Anton is the happiest to hear it. The series ends with Kira singing a song with memories about their life.

Season Finale

Power Rangers S.P.D Episodes American Broadcasting Company February 26, 2005 and March 4, 2006

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"Beginnings" Greg Aronowitz Bruce Kalish
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February 26, 2005

March 5, 2005

Three experienced B-Squad cadets, Sky, Bridge, and Syd, are assigned to bring in a pair of criminals who, just like them, possess genetic powers. Before they begin the capture, they are promoted and given Delta Morphers, becoming Rangers Blue (Sky, much to his dissatisfaction; he has wanted to be the Red Ranger like his father), Green (Bridge) and Pink (Sydney) when they perform their first morph in Part 2.
When the evil Emperor Gruumm attempts to open a portal and invade Earth, the two criminals, Jack and Z, are recruited as the Red and Yellow Rangers - Space Patrol Delta's B-Squad Power Rangers are now complete thanks to the last two Rangers being selected.

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193 193 "Confronted" Greg Aronowitz Jackie Marchand March 12, 2005
Jack discovers the advantages of being the Red Ranger and begins to abuse his position heavily. The B-Squad Rangers have to defend the planet now that their elite A-Squad counterparts have disappeared. At the same time, on a mission in the Helix Nebula, Jack's teammates call his leadership skills into question, and he is stripped of his leader status and Ranger powers before, later in the episode, Commander Cruger, believing Jack has learned a valuable lesson, returns his Ranger powers and leadership status.
Note: This episode is the first full appearance of Broodwing
194 194 "Walls" Andrew Merrifield John Tellegen March 19, 2005
Still reeling from losing his chance at being the Red Ranger, Sky refuses to participate in group activities. He loses his temper almost once Jack and Bridge are granted sleek, new Patrol Cycles. Meanwhile, Gruumm plans to steal diamonds to convert them into energy.
195 195 "Dogged" Andrew Merrifield Jackie Marchand March 26, 2005
When Syd is sent to investigate the mysterious disappearance of several citizens, she is disappointed to be paired with the frequently malfunctioning R.I.C. (Robotic Interactive Canine). Upon finding Rhinix, the culprit behind the disappearances, R.I.C saves her by shielding her from Rhinix's blast, thus damaging himself severely. Feeling guilty for her earlier attitude towards him, Syd returns the favor by taking the R.I.C. to Bridge for repairs. With a little help from Boom, Bridge succeeds and presents "R.I.C 2.0". With the newly upgraded R.I.C's help, Syd finds that the missing humans have been converted into a type of fuel, and the Rangers use R.I.C.'s new transformation, the Canine Cannon, to confine Rhinix to a containment card after restoring the citizens to normal.
196 196 "A-Bridged" Andrew Merrifield Mark Hoffmeier April 2, 2005
While searching for an intergalactic bank robber, the B-Squad catch a Trilondon alien near the scene of the crime. While the others assume they have their man, an unconvinced Bridge requests to perform his investigation. While Bridge is off on his own, the Rangers confront the supposed criminal and discover not only that he's innocent of the robbery, but he is a bounty hunter searching for the real culprit. Using his unorthodox methods, Bridge successfully unmasks the real culprit: Hydrax from Planet Fernovia.
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"Sam" Charlie Haskell Bruce Kalish
John Tellegen
April 9, 2005

April 16, 2005

Kids mock lonely boy Sam for his teleportation abilities. He becomes a target for Mora, who promises to be his friend if he helps Bugglesworth turn the city's population into dolls. When the Rangers confront Sam, Z tries to befriend him, but he refuses. When they find out the captives will be trapped permanently in doll form soon, Z and Jack find Sam and try to convince him that being different isn't a bad thing. However, Bugglesworth appears and convinces Sam to come with him while leaving Jack and Z to deal with a new, extremely powerful Orangehead Krybot.
After almost being destroyed by the Orangehead Krybot, the Rangers duel Bugglesworth and his giant robot in the Delta Squad Megazord. They beat the Orangehead Krybot with the Canine Cannon's attack power. Once returning to base, Z recounts a childhood memory, where a cloaked figure saved her from a monster after she ran away from school, where she was bullied. Cruger reveals that he was the cloaked figure who saved Z. He continues to tell how all their parents worked for S.P.D. with Kat (and that Kat is 147 years old). After their parents were exposed for so long, it altered their genes, allowing their kids (the Rangers) to have powers. Sam is the last child of the group. Z finally convinces Sam that she is his friend, but Bugglesworth and the henchmen attack them before they can celebrate. With Z captured, Sam uses his power to conjure Bugglesworth's staff and smash it. The Rangers contain Bugglesworth once his robot is destroyed. With Bugglesworth sealed away, his victims are restored to normal, and Sam is welcomed into the S.P.D Academy.
199 199 "Idol" Charlie Haskell David Garber April 23, 2005
Jack is left in charge while Commander Cruger is away at an intergalactic conference. When Sky's old friend Dru Harrington is rescued from a burning S.P.D spaceship that crash-landed on Earth, he returns to the Academy. While Sky is delighted to see his old comrade again, Jack is immediately suspicious and states that Dru must be reevaluated. Sky realizes his mistake with trusting his old friend when Doggie returns to the Academy and is wounded by an intruder and hospitalized. The intruder attacks Sky and Giganus reveals his identity as Dru. They battle, and Sky proves to be the loser after Dru tells him he works for Broodwing. Jack allows Sky a headstart to confront Dru in a final battle.
1100 1100 "Stakeout" Mark Beesley Jackie Marchand April 30, 2005
It's Syd's birthday, and she is over the moon with excitement. However, Sinuku has just escaped from KO-35's satellite prison. Jack chooses Syd to assist him in keeping an eye on Sinuku's partner Dr. Rheas, leaving Syd disappointed that she must work on her birthday. During the stakeout, Jack takes a walk and runs into Dr. Rheas, who helps him realize how significant birthdays are, letting him figure out why Syd is so mad at him. When Syd confronts him for nearly blowing their cover by talking to Dr. Rheas, it's revealed Jack doesn't know when his birthday is. They continue with their heart-to-heart when they're called to battle. During the distraction, Sinuku grabs Dr. Rheas and forces her to tell her where the Activator is; Jack runs after them and holds them off until the others can join. After putting a stop to Sinuku's plans, the Rangers cheer Syd up with a surprise birthday party.
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"Shadow" Mark Beesley Bruce Kalish May 7, 2005

May 14, 2005

Doggie is plagued by nightmares involving his home planet Sirius, and Emperor Gruumm is plagued on how to defeat the Rangers. Still, Mora gives him advice to beat someone by taking out their leader. To stir up trouble, Gruumm visits Earth and takes a human form to visit Broodwing at Piggy's new restaurant, which has made him a millionaire. Kat discovers a strange energy disturbance caused by Gruumm's visiting General Benagg, an old "friend" of Commander Cruger. Causing Cruger's pain only to worsen, Benaag calls Cruger out to battle. Still, Doggie refuses, and Doggie reveals to the Rangers the history of Sirius and the origins of S.P.D. Meanwhile, Kat is ambushed by Krybots outside the base and confronted by Benaag.
With Kat missing, the team compensates by bringing in Boom to check the proton spikes. With Gruumm on Earth, the team learns that the spikes, if not deactivated, will cause a major catastrophe. Soon after, R.I.C. returns with a message from Benaag, who reveals Kat as his hostage. Doggie is left with no choice but to fight, despite Kat's warnings of a trap. Doggie sends the Rangers off to deal with the giant energy spikes that have been placed around the city and prepares to face Benaag. Taking his Shadow Saber and the Patrol Morpher Kat made for him which he, during Part 1, refuses to take, Doggie becomes the Shadow Ranger for the first time to defeat Benaag and rescue Kat.
1103 1103 "Abandoned" Britta Johnstone John Tellegen May 21, 2005
When the B-Squad begins to take the Shadow Ranger for granted, Doggie teaches them a lesson by leaving them on their own to stop Drakel from using the power from an evil stone to resist the sunlight that weakens him and wreak havoc on the city.
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"Wired" Britta Johnstone Jackie Marchand & John Tellegen May 28, 2005

June 4, 2005

The B-Squad finds a standout D-Squad cadet in a girl named S.O.P.H.I.E. (Series One Processor/Hyper Intelligent Ecryptor), who succeeds where her fellow D-Squad members failed by defeating Krybots during a training exercise. Mora begs Gruumm for one last chance to defeat the Rangers to keep her childhood and recruits Valko to assist her. Valko reveals his plan to defeat the Rangers by attempting the impossible: gaining control of a massive robot named Goradon. But first, he needs a piece of technology that only S.P.D has, and S.O.P.H.I.E. matches his needs through her body having something he is after. Meanwhile, the new standout cadet takes matters into her own hands when Kat needs to decrypt a new sequence for phase 2 of the base's Delta Base Defense System (D.B.D.S. - phase 1 sees the base morph into a Delta Command Crawler mode that during the events of Part 2 becomes not enough as the situation started by Valko intensifies).
After being expelled from the Academy, a depressed S.O.P.H.I.E. falls into Valko's grasp and is taken and hooked up to Goradon's internal systems while Doggie tells the Rangers off for expelling a fellow cadet based on their understanding of her body being equipped with technology that they believe is too risky and sends them out to find her. Bridge eventually realizes that she houses the piece of equipment Valko needed, a Series One Processor Hyper Intelligent Encryptor which is what S.O.P.H.I.E.'s name is short for, and the Rangers find Valko with Piggy's help. S.O.P.H.I.E. also proves to be the key to unlocking the Rangers' greatest weapon yet: phase 2 of the D.B.D.S. program - Delta Command Megazord, except first, she must escape Valko without the Rangers' help, who are busy handling a rogue Goradon. In the end, fed up with Mora's failure and having had enough of her failures, Gruumm transforms her into her true form.
1106 1106 "Boom" Andrew Merrifeld Greg Aronowitz June 11, 2005
Boom's lie about being the Orange Ranger and A-Squad Commander comes back to haunt him when his parents, who are unaware of his true occupation, come to visit. Syd and Bridge help him keep up the rouse while Jack and Sky hunt a dimension-hopping General Tomars. When a fight breaks out and Boom attempts to continue his charade as the Orange Ranger, the other Rangers get into trouble. To help them, Boom reveals to his parents his real job, and the Rangers can defeat General Tomars.
1107 1107 "Recognition" Andrew Merrifield David Garber June 18, 2005
The Rangers apprehend and take the evil Wootox back to headquarters, which he escapes from by swapping bodies with Sky, destroying the translator, and searching for the Delta Command Megazord controls. Except along the way, the fake Sky runs into Kat, while the real Sky in Wootox's body must convince the others he truly is himself without an alien translator. R.I.C. ends up being the only one who can tell the difference between the two of them and Sky uses Wootox's powers to swap them back in payback.
1108 1108 "Samurai" Andrew Merrifield Matt Hawkins June 25, 2005
Gruumm transports alien samurai Katana from ancient Japan to present-day Japan via a time portal, and the Rangers are sent to confront the warrior, who is confused by all the changes to his homeland. After being convinced by Broodwing that the Rangers are trying to take over, Katana duels them while Doggie and Kat head to Japan upon being alerted to the presence of a giant robot. Jack uses Commander Cruger's Shadow Saber to defeat Katana honorably in a one-on-one swordfight, and Katana returns to his own time once another time portal opens. Afterward, Cruger tells Jack that the Shadow Saber he was lent was not the original - the Shadow Saber he used against Katana transforms into its true identity: a training sword.
Note: This episode is the entrance of the omega ball of light.
1109 1109 "Dismissed" Paul Grinder Jesse Horsting July 2, 2005
While Commander Cruger is plagued with nightmares, S.P.D.'s Supreme Commander Fowler Birdie visits Earth. After mocking the Rangers, arrogantly trying to poach Dr. Manx, and rudely comparing a Ranger battle to Cruger's fight on Sirius, he commands Cruger to take up a new "splitting-up strategy" with the Rangers. When Cruger refuses, citing it would make easy targets out of them, Birdie takes over the Delta Base, relieving him of duty. With a distraught Ranger team, Dr. Manx tries consoling them while dealing with Birdie. Meanwhile, Gruumm heads to Earth to face Commander Cruger in battle, and an energy surge alerts the team. Gruumm easily overpowers the Rangers, who were split up under the command of Birdie. Forcing Commander Birdie to take matters into his own hands, unfortunately, Birdie doesn't fare much better than the Rangers. Upon being informed of Gruumm's challenge, Cruger shows us a flashback of being responsible for Gruumm's missing horn. With Kat's help, Cruger returns to save the day, and an apologetic Birdie reinstates him. The episode ends with another glimpse of our ball of light.
1110 1110 "Perspective" Paul Grinder Bruce Kalish July 23, 2005
When Commander Cruger asks the Rangers to report to him about their mission to stop the World Gold Depository from being robbed, each Ranger delivers a different story, making themselves out to be the best. However, the truth comes out once Kat reconstructs the video feed. The fact was that a mysterious ball of light destroyed all the krybots to free the Rangers.
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"Messenger" Paul Grinder Bruce Kalish
Jackie Marchand
July 30, 2005

August 6, 2005

Boom gathers everyone for an urgent update from his makeshift radio signal grabber. A message comes through from the future, telling of S.P.D.'s defeat at the hands of the Troobain army. While discussing whether they should believe the news or not, Morgana puts her plan into action, taking time to torment Z who hurt her doll in "Sam: Part 1". Things get even worse when the prophecy seems to come true with the aid of Morgana's most powerful allies, the brothers Shorty and Devastation.
As the Rangers are on the brink of defeat, help arrives in the form of a mysterious individual calling himself the Omega Ranger. Shorty falls to the might of this enigmatic new Ranger. He refuses to allow the other Rangers to help him in his upcoming battle against Morgana and Devastation, citing that their inferior technology would only get in the way. While trying to get an explanation from Omega Ranger, Morgana and Devastation call him out. When Devastation goes too far by disregarding Morgana's safety to get at Omega, the Rangers must step into action. They are hesitant to help the egotistical future ranger, but Cruger reminds them of their duty and the S.P.D. Code. Together the six Rangers put a stop to Morgana's plan. The Omega Ranger later reveals himself to be Sam.
1113 1113 "Zapped" John Laing Stan Berkowitz August 13, 2005
Morgana approaches Mysticon, a magician who's down on his luck, and offers him a new wand in exchange for his help in defeating the Rangers. When Syd applies to be Mysticon's assistant, she is placed under a spell. Meanwhile, Sam is sent to spy on Mysticon's magic show, and the other Rangers grow jealous of Commander Cruger, giving him so much attention. Broodwing begins plotting against Gruumm when another of his robots is destroyed.
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"Reflection" John Laing Jackie Marchand August 27, 2005

September 17, 2005

The B-Squad's day off is brought to a halt when criminals they've already contained attack New Tech City, leaving them perplexed as to how they could've escaped. Sky travels to Gamma Orion and visits criminal Mirloc, locked in a specially-made cell due to his ability to travel through reflective surfaces, to gather information. In exchange for the info, Mirloc wants to know what Sky's saddest memory is, and Sky tells the story of his father. Upon finding out the criminals are still in containment, the Rangers confront the real culprit: Slate, a copycat criminal whose powers allow him to mimic anyone. Morgana joins Slate and infuses him with a special formula that transforms him, in a divide-and-conquer-like transformation, into all of his impersonations of the criminals the Rangers successfully defeated so far, and Jack calls for his new Battlizer to defeat Slate's mutation into a criminal split in a teamof impersonations. Meanwhile, Mirloc mocks Sky's story, and the upset Sky sheds a tear. Mirloc takes this opportunity to travel into Sky's tear and escape his cell, leaving Sky stunned as he realizes what has happened.
Mirloc meets Gruumm and is sent out to capture six of the Rangers, while Gruumm plans to deal with Cruger. Mirloc succeeds in imprisoning four Rangers, and Jack borrows Sam's OmegaMax Cycle to deal with a giant rampaging robot. Once Jack is captured, Sam takes on Mirloc alone and manages to free the captured Rangers. Mirloc taunts Sky and his father, and an angry Jack gives Sky the chance to bring Mirloc in. With Jack's morpher, Sky morphs into the Red Ranger and uses the Battlizer to defeat Mirloc in honor of his father.
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"S.W.A.T." Britta Johnstone John Tellegen
Greg Aronowitz
October 8, 2005

November 19, 2005

When an S.O.S. message warns Cruger and Kat of a horrible upcoming threat, it puts them on edge and Kat in a rush to finish some updates. Kat accidentally destroys her quantum enhancer in her haste, and Z goes to Piggy to get a new one. What they don't know is Gruumm has put a time limit on Piggy to hurt the S.P.D., and he takes the chance to give them a new one with a virus inside that Thresher and Stench, Piggy's acquaintances/customers, use to get into S.P.D. files. With Thresher causing a distraction, Stench can download the schematics for the Rangers new S.W.A.T. (Special Weapons And Tactis) mode. When the Rangers deal with this new threat and their constant bickering gets in the way, Commander Cruger sends the B-Squad to Planet Zentor, where they are trained under the watchful eye of Sergeant Silverback. The irate Sergeant quickly puts the Rangers through their paces, pitting them against Krybots and a giant scorpion monster. Meanwhile, Piggy's scheming friends Thresher and Stench break into S.P.D and steal the schematics for the newly created S.W.A.T. Mode.
After disappointing Silverback, the Rangers are stripped of their Ranger powers and demoted. Back on Earth, Kat feels sorry for herself for letting the S.W.A.T. mode fall into Thresher and Stench's hands. The Rangers are forced to endure grueling training exercises, only to be pushed even harder when they complain. The Sergeant ultimately gets fed up with the Rangers and considers sending them back to Earth with a recommendation for dismissal from the Academy. But when the Rangers ask for a second chance, he puts them through another test. They're able to work hard to prove themselves as a team worthy of being rewarded with the S.W.A.T Armor. Just in time, too, since Sam and Cruger, in an attempt to take on Piggy's friends, have been captured. They return to earth to use their upgrade to defeat Thresher and Stench before containing them.
1118 1118 "Robotpalooza" John Laing Bruce Kalish November 26, 2005
The Rangers are bombarded with constant attacks from both Gruumm and Broodwing, who recruits Gineka to destroy the Rangers, and are on the verge of breaking. Meanwhile, after beating two robots, the Rangers return to base where Bridge reveals he had been dream-fighting three other robots. Before getting laughed out of the base, Kat tells everyone robots with the same description Bridge gave had attacked a place off-world. Before it could be looked into further, the Rangers are called again to fight another robot. It's revealed that Broodwing and his companions were responsible for the attack on Alpha 5 when Bridge has another dream about the future. He goes to fight Broowing's friends alone, but soon the others meet up with him. When the DeltaMax Megazord is not enough to drive back these powerful enemies, Kat sends the Rangers the S.W.A.T. Flyers to form a new Megazord to deal with the fleet of robots. In the end, Gruumm meets with Broodwing to ask him if he knows who the other person is who sent the other robots to attempt taking over Earth; he lies, of course, not revealing it was him.
1119 1119 "Katastrophe" John Laing Jackie Marchand December 3, 2005
Supreme Commander Birdie offers Kat the chance to work at S.P.D Galaxy Command and the Rangers, not wanting her to leave but wanting her to take the opportunity, try convincing her she isn't needed. During a battle, it's revealed that a new monster has gotten all the data on the Rangers' equipment at the fight. After some careful thought, she decides to take up her new position. Boom quickly runs into problems with Kat gone, and the Zords aren't running smoothly anymore. However, Broodwing teams up with Kat's old schoolmate Mooney, and his mighty robot hides a dangerous weapon: a Helios Generator. After telling Birdie the danger of the Helios Generator, he gives her permission to return to Earth, and she now has her specially-made 1-hour-lasting Kat Morpher. She tries talking to Mooney, but with the interference from Broodwing, she must morph into Kat Ranger to stop him before it's too late to stop the Helios Generator.
1120 1120 "Missing" Paul Grinder Bruce Kalish December 10, 2005
Bridge confronts intergalactic felon Berok on the Rangers' latest mission, only to be knocked out in battle. He awakens in a cold dark room from which there appears to be no escape. With the walls closing in on Bridge, the Rangers must save their teammate from certain doom before it's too late.
1121 1121 "History" Paul Grinder Jackie Marchand December 17, 2005
Broodwing uses the Red, Blue, and Yellow Dino Gems to transport Conner, Ethan, and Kira to 2025 as part of his plan to defeat the Rangers and destroy the planet. The three confused Dino Rangers escape with their Gems and are soon cornered by Krybots, only to be saved by the B-Squad and taken back to the Delta Base. Although Doggie insists they remain at the base to avoid disrupting the timeline, the Dino Rangers decide to do what they feel is right. Upon receiving re-energized Dino Morphers from Kat, the Dino Rangers team up with the B-Squad to drive back a robotic army and the Dragoul creature.
Guest Stars: James Napier, Kevin Duhaney, and Emma Lahana.
1122 1122 "Impact" Britta Johnstone Jackie Marchand January 7, 2006
Broodwing's associate Professor Cerebros alters the course of a meteor to cause it to collide with New Tech City. As if that weren't enough, a more powerful Dragoul has been let loose. Although Sky is sent on a solo mission to destroy the meteor, Jack stows away on the S.W.A.T Megazord to try to get in on the action. While the Red and Blue Rangers learn to work together to destroy the meteor, the others are left to deal with Dragoul.
1123 1123 "Badge" John Laing Jackie Marchand January 14, 2006
Icthior, Commander Cruger's rival from his days at the S.P.D Academy, returns and puts the Rangers to the test as they are injured and stripped of their badges, leaving Doggie to face his past alone.
1124 1124 "Insomnia" John Laing John Tellegen January 21, 2006
After eavesdropping on Doggie and Kat talking about how the A-Squad would have already defeated Gruumm, the depressed B-Squad reminisce over their past failures and deduce Gruumm's master plan in the process. Meanwhile, after Gruumm has given her back her childhood, Mora faces the Terror Spacecraft's secret tenant: Omni.
1126 1126 "Wormhole" Paul Grinder Bruce Kalish February 11, 2006
Gruumm decides to take drastic measures to stop the Rangers by traveling through a wormhole 21 years into the past, where S.P.D. doesn't exist. Upon realizing what Gruumm has done, the B-Squad pursues him to the year 2004 and meets up with the Dino Rangers again. Meanwhile, Gruumm forces Zeltrax to join his army and ultimately faces the combined might of twelve Rangers who are determined to save the past, present, and future.

Guest Stars: James Napier, Kevin Duhaney, Emma Lahana, and Jeffery Parazzo.

1125 1125 "Resurrection" John Laing Bruce Kalish January 28, 2006
Jack meets a girl named Ally Samuels, who shares his passion for helping the needy. Unfortunately, Jack's new relationship interferes with his Ranger duties as he is late to help his friends defeat Broodwing's latest ally, Delex. After the battle, Cruger confronts Jack, who insists that nobody's perfect, and he deserves a personal life. Meanwhile, Kat picks up a distress signal, and Cruger sends the Rangers to Gamma Orion, where they find a crashed spaceship and the A-Squad team.
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"Endings" Greg Aronowitz Jackie Marchand
Bruce Kalish
February 25, 2006

March 4, 2006

The traitorous A-Squad capture Commander Cruger and call out the B-Squad, who meet their counterparts for an intense battle. Meanwhile, Broodwing makes his final push for domination and gathers an army to attack the Delta Base while the Rangers are away. B-Squad and A-Squad battle, and thanks to S.W.A.T Mode and the S.W.A.T. Megazord, B-Squad wins and captures the traitorous A-Squad. Then the Rangers break into the Delta Base and contain Broodwing. Unfortunately, they still have to deal with Gruumm, who catches them with help from Piggy.
The Rangers are freed from Gruumm's ship by Piggy, but Doggie stays behind to rescue his wife Isinia, who he has learned is alive on Gruumm's ship. Doggie captures Mora and defeats Gruumm, apparently killing him, and rescues Isinia. Still, Omni becomes The Magnificence, a giant biomechanical monster that battles the S.W.A.T. Megazord, which is no match for it. Simultaneously, a Troobian army attack S.P.D and the cadets, Piggy, Boom, and Kat defend it to no avail until reinforcements in the form of the Nova Ranger from the future troops from S.P.D. Command arrive (including Sergeant Silverback and Commander Birdie) and defeat the enemy. Kat finds a weakness in Omni, which the Rangers exploit with Cruger's help. Omni is destroyed, and Cruger and Isinia miraculously survive. Gruumm's alive as well, but Cruger easily defeats and captures him. Following this victory, Jack leaves S.P.D., and Sky is promoted to Red Ranger while Bridge is promoted to Blue. Sam and Nova return to the future, and the Rangers visit Jack, but must soon leave to defend the world again.

Season Finale

Episodes American Broadcasting Company March 11, 2006 and February 24, 2007

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"Broken Spell" John Laing Bruce Kalish March 11, 2006

March 18, 2006

In the small town of Briarwood, an unexpected earthquake releases a group of evil creatures. The sorceress Udonna recruits five teenagers to help fight these monsters and destroy them. While Vida, Madison, Xander, and Chip have taken an immediate liking to their magic, the fifth, Nick, has yet to unlock his hidden abilities. It's up to the team to work together to drive back the forces of darkness.
With the four teens now beginning to understand their new destinies, Udonna is confronted by Koragg the Knight Wolf. Using the Knight Wolf Centaur, he defeats the White Ranger, taking her Snow Staff. With Udonna unable to morph, the four teens immediately begin their legacy and morph into Power Rangers. Udonna tries to make Nick accept his destiny to be the Red Ranger, but she cannot change his mind. When Koragg overpowers the other four Rangers, Nick arrives and finally believes in himself and magic. He morphs into the Red Ranger and joins the others in defeating Koragg.

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1131 1131 "Code Busters" John Laing Jackie Marchand March 25, 2006
Vida and Chip make a Heroes 4 Hire Stand to unlock new spell codes by performing "good deeds", but when Madison, Nick, and Xander are captured inside the Mucor monster, Vida and Chip come to terms with the true nature of heroism. Meanwhile, the Hydra Worm is released into the forest.
1132 1132 "Rock Solid" Charlie Haskell Jackie Marchand April 1, 2006
Nick teases Madison for hiding behind her camera, and she tries to prove him wrong. However, during a walk in the park, Madison is the next victim of Necrolai's latest scheme to turn the people of Briarwood into statues with the aid of Clawbster. Udonna and the Ranger's magic isn't strong enough to change Madison back as destroying Clawbster is the only way. Upon realizing he was wrong and learning Madison's fate, Nick receives the Mystic Speeder spell code and hurries to save her. After Madison is freed, the Rangers receive another spell and form the Titan Megazord to destroy Clawbster.
1133 1133 "Whispering Voices" Charlie Haskell John Tellegen April 8, 2006
Koragg uses Udonna's Snow Staff to cause Nick self-doubt in an attempt to turn the others against him. Leelee makes matters worse by hiding $1000 from Rock Porium and implicating Nick in the theft. After the truth is revealed, Koragg unleashes the Centaurus Wolf Megazord on the Rangers and brings Morticon to the surface world.
1134 1134 "Legendary Catastros" Charlie Haskell John Tellegen April 15, 2006
Without the power and ability to form the Titan Megazord, Koragg's latest attack sends the Rangers reeling. Koragg's attempts to leave the battlefield are compromised when the Dark Seal accidentally sends Nick and Koragg's zord, Catastros, to another dimension. In this parallel world, Nick aids the wounded horse and returns to Briarwood in time to stop the Rock Troll with the Centaurus Phoenix Megazord.
1135 1135 "Fire Heart" Mark Beesley David Garber April 22, 2006
Necrolai, aided by the Taxi Cab Monster, steals a map that will lead them to the magical Fire Heart. The Rangers discover this and travel through the dangerous Cimmerian Forest to find it. Later, the Rangers defeat the Taxi Cab Monster, but Vida tears the map in the ensuing battle against Necrolai. Will the Rangers ever be able to find the Fire Heart with only half of the map?
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"Stranger Within" Mark Beesley Bruce Kalish April 29, 2006

May 6, 2006

The day after she goes to a night club with Leelee, Vida returns to Rootcore nearly 24 hours later, displaying multiple personality changes. Aside from that, she seems fine, but upon closer inspection, Chip unmasks her as a vampire (the sun weakens Vida when the Rangers transform into Mystic Titan Dragon Formation)! After the Rangers destroy Flytrap, the citizens of Briarwood return to normal, and the Rangers think it is all over... until Chip's "Vampire Chalk" traps Vida.
A still-vampiric Vida is taken back to Rootcore by the others but escapes and engages them in battle. Chip is ready to destroy Necrolai, but Vida stands in the way of his crossbow. After struggling to break through to her, he succeeds and fires the Dawn Crystal at Necrolai, destroying her. Unfortunately, Necrolai revives herself later that night, and Leelee is revealed to be her daughter.
1138 1138 "Petrified Xander" Andrew Merrifield John Tellegen May 13, 2006
With a bulbous pimple on his face, Xander goes to extremes and uses Clare's "Plant Perfection Potion" to remove the blemish. While it works at first, Xander slowly realizes it's turning him into a tree! Vida and Clare do their best to help while the other Rangers face Skullington. Meanwhile, Toby attempts to uncover the secret of the box with the Fire Heart inside.
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"The Gatekeeper" Andrew Merrifield Jackie Marchand May 20, 2006

July 8, 2006

When Clare learns of her mother, Niella's legacy, she takes on the Gatekeeper's role. While she is victorious against Necrolai, she tries to overpower Koragg after he kidnaps Udonna and forces Clare to fight him. Clare is ultimately seized by Necrolai and used to raise the gates to the Underworld.
The gates have been raised, and Morticon is set free thanks to a crack made from the Titan Megazord. Koragg kidnaps Clare and wants to release his master from the gate, but he was unsuccessful. After Nick saves Clare from Koragg, the Rangers reunite. With Udonna's power channeled through the Megazord, Morticon is destroyed. Clare sealed the gate from the gatekeeper's power when the master attempts to release from the gate, but now Clare's powers are gone.
1141 1141 "Scaredy Cat" Charlie Haskell Bruce Kalish July 29, 2006
Clare prepares to hatch the Dragon egg as the Rangers investigate a cave on the beach. Inside, Necrolai attacks and takes an old mummy relic, but the Rangers hold onto a mystical lamp. Back at Rootcore, the wise-cracking Jenji is released just as the newly revived Imperious is sent into the city. He blows the Rangers away and prepares to squash the Titan Megazord until Jenji steps in to save the day. As Udonna returns, the egg hatches and the dragon within utters its first word to Clare: "Mama."
1142 1142 "Long Ago" Charlie Haskell John Tellegen August 12, 2006
Imperious disguises himself as Calindor and tries to persuade Udonna into believing he can help the Rangers. Meanwhile, Jester, the Pester, has the Rangers on the ropes until a brave frog steps in and saves Madison's life. To repay her debt, Madison kisses the frog, who reverts to his true form: Daggeron, the Solaris Knight.
1143 1143 "Inner Strength" Charlie Haskell Matt Hawkins August 19, 2006
When Xander neglects his training, Daggeron takes the Rangers on a trip to a dangerous dimension. After he leaves to fight the Behemoth, it's up to Xander to save the others from a giant, who is (quite ironically) a vegetarian. Once the Rangers return to Briarwood, Xander gets the new Mystic Muscles to spell code, but Daggeron ultimately defeats the Behemoth with the Solar Streak Megazord.
1144 1144 "Soul Specter" Charlie Haskell Jackie Marchand August 26, 2006
Chip accidentally opens a magic bottle that begins to steal his soul slowly. To help him, Daggeron takes him to the top of Mount Isis to retrieve the Staff of Topaz, where he gets into a battle with Koragg for the artifact. Meanwhile, the other Rangers try to stop Gnatu and Spydax from stealing any more souls from Briarwood's citizens. After the staff's magic heals Chip, he returns to assist the Rangers. In the end, Daggeron promises to train Chip to be a knight, as he was trained to be a knight under Udonna's husband, Leanbow.
1145 1145 "Ranger Down" Jonathan Brough John Tellegen September 2, 2006
Jenji gets jealous of Fire Heart and takes the baby to live in the forest. Meanwhile, Imperious challenges Koragg to fight without magic and gives Koragg's magic to Necrolai in the form of a purple Mystic Morpher. With it and the new harpy creature Screamer, she leads an assault and immobilizes all Rangers except Madison. She and Jenji show up and destroy Screamer with a combination of Jenji's "Super Cat Attack" and Madison's water-based "Jenji Shining Attack". Back in the forest, Fire Heart has grown to monstrous proportions, and when Udonna confronts Phineas about his "saving a second baby", she learns that her son, Bowen, is still alive in the human world.

Guest Star: Barnie Duncan as Piggy.

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"Dark Wish" Mark Beesley John Tellegen
Bruce Kalish
Jackie Marchand
January 13, 2007

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January 27, 2007

Udonna and Daggeron grow concerned when the Rangers start to become lazy and use magic for even the smallest of tasks. Meanwhile, Imperious summons the Barbarian Beasts to fight the Rangers and take out Koragg (knowing that the Knight Wolf will not allow him to make a move against the Master). When fighting becomes too tiring, the Rangers want to resort to using Jenji. Daggeron repeatedly refuses, but the Rangers' persistence convinces Daggeron to use the "Jenji Shining Attack" on 50-Below and Fightoe. Jenji is subsequently captured and taken to the Underworld, while Koragg is gravely injured after taking on the Barbarian Beasts without magic. Imperious, with Jenji at his disposal, wishes that there were no Mystic Force Rangers. The Rangers leave the magical realm when suddenly Imperious' wish starts to take effect. Daggeron is erased from existence, a dark force overtakes Rootcore, and the color is drained from the world.
The Rangers find that the city has been overrun with Imperious' forces, led by Necrolai. Music is banned from the world, Rootcore has been destroyed, and the Rangers have lost their magic. When Koragg finds them in the forest, he tells them what has happened that the only way to reverse Jenji's wish is to see the Tribunal of Magic, which they can reach by riding Fire Heart (raised by Koragg in this alternate universe). In this other dimension, the Rangers wander through the desert until they ultimately find a door leading to the Tribunal of Magic. The Tribunal asks why the Rangers have come. After a short conversation, the Tribunal declines the Ranger's request to reverse the wish, sending them back to Briarwood, powerless. Deciding that they now have no hope, the Rangers are quickly captured by Necrolai's forces as the Tribunal sees the Rangers' surrender as proof they've made the right decision.
When Hidiacs and Necrolai attack Toby, Nick and the others rush in to help regardless of whether they'll be destroyed. They are easily defeated without their powers, but as Necrolai steps in to finish the Rangers off, the Tribunal reverses the wish after witnessing the Rangers' bravery, to Imperious' disbelief. The Rangers, with their powers back, quickly defeat the Hidiacs, but 50-Below and Fightoe are sent to Earth again, and after being beaten badly, the Rangers realize they have taken their magic for granted. In the underworld, Jenji tricks Leelee into letting him go, and he quickly teleports to Rootcore. When the Tribunal believes the Rangers have learned their lesson, they grant them new power: Legend Mode, turning the Rangers into the Legend Warriors. The Rangers defeat 50-Below and then use the Manticore Megazord to defeat Ursus, a mechanical being powered by Fightoe. In the end, the Rangers celebrate the Rock-Porium's anniversary with a cake that, while not made with magic and not as nice looking, is very much appreciated by Toby.
1146 1146 "Koragg's Trial" Jonathan Brough John Tellegen September 9, 2006
Koragg takes his magic from Necrolai to challenge the Rangers' new Legend power. When Koragg grows, the Rangers use the Manticore Megazord and start to win, but Imperious summons a virus that infects the Megazord (and Rangers inside). Koragg, angered by Imperious' intrusion on their battle, negates the effects of the virus. As a result, Imperious makes Koragg stand trial for his countless failures and treason. Koragg argues that while he fights with honor in The Master's name, Imperious does not and shouldn't be trusted. In the end, The Master agrees and allows Koragg to keep his power.
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"Heir Apparent" Jonathan Brough Jackie Marchand September 16, 2006

September 30, 2006

As Udonna and Daggeron tell the Rangers of how Leanbow was sealed away in the Underworld, Imperious plots to use the Rangers' Legend power to revive The Master. He has Koragg deal with the Rangers and tricks Daggeron by using the Solar Streak Megazord's energy to create the Chimera. After Imperious disposes of Daggeron, Chimera and Koragg capture the Rangers. Udonna uses a spell to travel to the Underworld, but The Master quickly strikes her down. Koragg's visions intensify into an onslaught of flashbacks, and when he finally realizes the truth, he attacks the Master, saves Udonna, and assumes his true form: Leanbow.
With Leanbow's help, the Rangers and Udonna escape the Underworld, and Leanbow teleports a weakened Udonna away. When the unicorn Brightstar appears, Nick destroys Chimera with the Phoenix Unizord, but when Leanbow is turned back into Koragg, Nick has a hard time holding him off. During the fight, Daggeron arrives to settle things with Imperious in a Bound Battle. Clare gives Udonna Nick's baby blanket, and when she realizes who Nick is, she rushes to the battlefield to tell everyone. Daggeron defeats Imperious, who turns to dust while foretelling a cryptic remark. Just as Leanbow turns back to his true form, The Master uses the Legend power and begins to rise from the Underworld. Leanbow freezes the Rangers in place and fights The Master himself. He stops his revival and returns the Rangers' Legend power, but he seemingly perishes in the battle. Udonna, however, adjusting to life as a mother, believes that Leanbow is still alive.
1149 1149 "The Light" Andrew Merrifield Bruce Kalish October 7, 2006
Udonna leaves Rootcore to search for Leanbow. Shortly after, the Ten Terrors arrive and start their campaign to punish the Earth for refusing dark magic, as well as find "the Light", the child born of magical blood that has the natural potential to be the strongest sorcerer of all. After confronting Phineas about this, Nick finds out that he is the Light. Magma is the first Terror to challenge the Rangers, implicating his own rules into a special game; if the Rangers are still standing by the time a radio tower is done burning, they will win. When the Rangers turn into the Manticore Megazord, Magma quickly stops them. The onlooking Terrors notice that the tower has burnt down all the way; Magma has lost his own game, and he is destroyed as punishment. Gekkor points out to Necrolai that the Rules of Darkness must be adhered to for The Master to return.
1150 1150 "The Hunter" Andrew Merrifield John Tellegen October 14, 2006
The second of the Ten Terrors is chosen to destroy The Light. When Oculous immobilizes four Rangers, Nick summons Fire Heart and unlocks the power of the Mystic Battlizer to kill him and get his friends back. Meanwhile, Megahorn breaks the sacred rules and sets out on his own to battle Daggeron, as Udonna finds a familiar face is following her.

Note-This episode's first airing was on ABC Family instead of Toon Disney.

1151 1151 "Hard Heads" Andrew Merrifield Matt Hawkins November 11, 2006
Nick and Vida argue over Nick using Vida's DJing equipment. They get slimed by Hekatoid, so they can't morph. As stubborn as they are, they need to work together to save the others from Serpentina.
1152 1152 "The Snow Prince" Andrew Merrifield Jackie Marchand November 18, 2006
Trying to stop The Master from rising, Leanbow has to deal with Sculpin's attempt to foil his plan. The Snow Prince commands that instead of being a teacher, Daggeron should lesson from Nick on following his instincts. Hekatoid finds and captures Udonna knocking Claire unconscious.
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"Light Source" Charlie Haskell John Tellegen December 9, 2006

December 16, 2006

Hekatoid has captured Udonna, and the Rangers chase after him in his dimension to rescue her. Daggeron, in the real world, tries to stop all the tadpoles Hekatoid has laid from destroying the world.
The teens lose their powers trying to save Udonna, so Leelee, Phineas, and Clare end up saving her instead along with her white ranger powers. The Terrors also acquire The Master from a defeated Leanbow.
1158 1158 "The Return" Charlie Haskell Bruce Kalish February 10, 2007
Matoombo is chosen to bring forth the Master, but he doesn't want to hurt anyone. Vida teams up with him to try to seal the Master away. Later, Leanbow comes to the Rangers' aid when they can't defeat Gekkor.
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"Mystic Fate" Mark Beesley Jackie Marchand
Bruce Kalish
February 17, 2007

February 24, 2007

Itasiss is chosen to destroy the surface world. Refusing, she tries to convince the remaining Terrors of the thing called courage; she is killed anyway. The Master decides to take care of things himself, starting with the Light/Nick-Bowen. After taking over Nick's mind and body, he proceeds to destroy the Mystic Village. Nick then dons Koragg's armor, taking Leanbow with him to Rootcore for a showdown, trashing it in the process. Nick breaks free of the Master's evil hold, expelling him into the real world. The Snow Prince appears in Rootcore, bringing news that the Mystic Realm has been destroyed and Mystic Mother (a reformed Rita Repulsa). While Daggeron and Leanbow fight in the Mystic Realm against the Master, Udonna takes on Sculpin, and the Rangers continue their fight with Black Lance. The Rangers, and Udonna, are seemingly defeated as they lay on the ground, powerless. Leanbow and Daggeron combine their powers in one final attempt to destroy the Master, but their magic is too weak. After The Master devours their magic, Daggeron takes a blow for Leanbow and is killed. In the upper world, Jenji shields the Rangers from one of Sculpin's attacks and is destroyed. Meanwhile, Udonna is taken to the underworld by Sculpin.
Nick, not willing to give up, fights Black Lance, destroying him with the other Rangers. The Master arrives, spitting out a dead Daggeron and Leanbow before he devours time until they are in the future, a dead, barren, and dark wasteland. After fighting the Master in Legend Mode, their Legend powers are taken away. Nick uses all his remaining power and forces the Master to spit out the time he devoured. Though The Master threatens to destroy them, they are saved by the Snow Prince and Clare. Mystic Mother lived by turning herself into energy before being killed. As the Master retreats, Udonna appears with Itassis and Necrolai. Itassis tells how Necrolai saved her and destroyed Sculpin with the power of courage. Leanbow and Daggeron are revived by Necrolai, while Jenji returns to his normal self. Necrolai was turned into a human thanks to the good energy she absorbed. The humans, led by Toby, and the mystical creatures, led by Phineas, band together to return the magic to the Rangers. The Rangers take on the Master with all their power, destroying him with their overwhelming magic. The story wraps up with everyone working together, the worlds united, having a party in Toby's store. Madison tells Nick to come back for her, and he gives her his baby blanket. Meanwhile, Nick, Udonna, and Leanbow ride off into the sunset, with Fire Heart rushing behind, while Clare is now a sorceress and resident of Rootcore.

Season Finale

Episodes American Broadcasting Company March 3, 2007 and February 16, 2008

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"Kick Into Overdrive" Mark Beesley Bruce Kalish
Jackie Marchand
March 3, 2007

March 3, 2007

Explorer Andrew Hartford finds the Corona Aurora, a mighty crown that could be used for good or evil when reunited with its five missing jewels. However, he inadvertently awakens Moltor and Flurious, who also seek the crown's jewels. Hartford recruits four talented but unwilling citizens to become Power Rangers, and he plans to become the Red Ranger. However, when the evil forces attack, it is soon left to Andrew's son Mack to take action.
Mack wishes to continue as the Red Ranger; however, he is opposed by Mr. Hartford, who doesn't want his son to get involved. However, the situation worsens when Moltor steals the crown and kidnaps Mr. Hartford, forcing Mack to lead a rescue attempt.

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1163 1163 "The Underwater World" Mark Beesley John Tellegen March 10, 2007
, The search for the first jewel of the Corona Aurora begins when Andrew discovers Atlantis. Believing the first jewel to be hidden there, the Rangers travel to the undersea continent. However, problems arise when Will refuses to cooperate with the team.
1164 1164 "Heart of Blue" Britta Johnstone David Garber March 17, 2007
With the scroll from Atlantis, the Rangers need to find the other two to continue with the jewel quest. Meanwhile, Dax falls in love with a girl named Mira, but seeing her becomes far worse when it is revealed that she is Miratrix, another villain seeking the jewels.
1165 1165 "Weather or Not" Britta Johnstone John Tellegen March 24, 2007
As the Rangers prepare to head to St. Lucia to search for the first jewel, Moltor steals a weather machine and prepares to destroy Earth. Meanwhile, Mack questions his status as the Red Ranger when he puts a bystander in jeopardy. When the Weather Machine defeats the Zords and traps the other Rangers in a chasm, Mack must put his doubts aside to pilot the newest Zord successfully, the Drill Driver.
1166 1166 "Pirate in Pink" Britta Johnstone Jackie Marchand March 31, 2007
The Rangers begin the final leg of the first jewel quest on St. Lucia; however, while the other Rangers worry about running into the ghost of Brownbeard, the Pirate, Rose refuses to believe in the supernatural spirit. However, the ghost of Brownbeard does turn up also searching for the jewel; Rose finds herself forced to trust him while trying to keep it away from Miratrix.
1167 1167 "At All Costs" Jonathan Brough Bruce Kalish April 7, 2007
With Brownbeard's pearl safely in the Rangers' hands, the gang have some time-off; however, their fun is made sour due to Ronny's desire to beat the others no matter what. Moltor meanwhile turns one of his Lava Lizards into Volkan and attempts to get a Dragon Scale to make him more powerful while the Rangers try to find the same scale that will allow them to wield the new Defender Vest and the overpowerful Drill Blaster.
1168 1168 "Both Sides Now" Jonathan Brough David Garber April 14, 2007
The gang's search for the Hou-ou bird leads to a dead end; however, they have more important things to worry about when Will is suddenly "fired" by Andrew and "sides" with Miratrix. While the other Rangers scramble to find him, Will assists Miratrix in releasing Kamdor, her Ninja Master.
1169 1169 "Follow The Ranger" Jonathan Brough John Tellegen May 5, 2007
Mack misinterprets Andrew's concern over his status as a Ranger as a lack of confidence. Meanwhile, Moltor and Flurious team up to steal the DriveMax Megazord, capturing Mack in the process. While the other Rangers try to locate their leader and the Megazord, Mack finds that the key to his escape may be the rivalry between his two captors, with a little assistance from Norg.
1170 1170 "Lights, Camera, DAX" Mike Smith John Tellegen May 12, 2007
Miratrix and Kamdor are looking for the Toru Diamond using the parchment left behind by the Hou-ou bird. Moltor interferes with their search and uses a monster against the two. Meanwhile, Dax wants to try out for a movie role, and when Andrew tells him no, he is forced to decide between his lifelong dream and his Ranger responsibilities.
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"Face to Face" Mike Smith Jackie Marchand May 19, 2007

May 26, 2007

The Rangers try to translate the parchment that was recovered from Miratrix and Kamdor but is ambushed by monsters sent by Moltor. Mack discovers that one of the monsters, an alien named Tyzonn, may not be evil and tries to figure out the truth behind his actions.
Mack and Tyzonn are ambushed by Bullox and a group of Lava Lizards as the other Rangers try to find Mack and claim the next jewel of the crown.
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"Man of Mercury" Charlie Haskell John Tellegen June 9, 2007

June 16, 2007

When an expedition camp in Brazil finds the first clue towards finding the third jewel of the Corona Aurora, they are attacked by new villains known as the Fearcats. The Rangers attempt to stop them only to find their paths crossing with Tyzonn again.
Flurious tests his gyros on the Fearcats, Mig and Benglo, turning them into powerful cyborgs. It is a race against time for the Rangers to save Tyzonn and stop the Fearcats from destroying San Angeles.
1175 1175 "Behind the Scenes" Charlie Haskell Jackie Marchand June 23, 2007
The Rangers are invited to perform an on-air interview for a popular talk show. Flurious, Kamdor, Miratrix, and the Fearcats join in an extremely shaky alliance, and while Kamdor and Miratrix target Tyzonn, the others start to hit the Rangers with several sequential attacks. With their zords taken out by Flurious's robot, the Rangers must rely on Tyzonn and his new zords to save the day.
1176 1176 "Just Like Me" Charlie Haskell David Garber June 30, 2007
The Rangers travel to Norway and race Moltor to the mystical hammer Mjolnir. Moltor retrieves it first, and the adventure is compounded by Tyzonn's sudden desire to emulate Will and Will's annoyance at this. Tyzonn is forced to learn the benefits of being himself as they attempt to take Mjolnir back.
1177 1177 "It's Hammer Time" Vanessa Alexander John Tellegen July 7, 2007
Tracing the connection between the Cannon of Ki Amuk and Mjolnir, the Rangers travel to Mexico and are ambushed. In the process, Loki appears, masquerading as Thor, and steals Mjolnir. To get it back, Spencer disguises himself as the Goddess Freyja.
1178 1178 "Out of Luck" Vanessa Alexander David Garber July 14, 2007
After the Rangers use the Cannon of Ki Amuk and Mjolnir to get the Piedra Aztec del Compás; it gets stolen by Moltor. Moltor sends Blothgaar to fight the Rangers. Mack is blasted by the compass and is overcome by a serious case of bad luck. The rangers give him their good luck charms.
1179 1179 "One Gets Away" Vanessa Alexander Bruce Kalish August 4, 2007
Using the compass, the Rangers finally find the Blue Sapphire, the Corona Aurora's third jewel. Will is entrusted to get it back to the base but is ambushed by Kamdor and Miratrix and loses it to the villainous pair. With Andrew angry with him, he resigns, only to have Spencer offer him another chance. Meanwhile, Moltor offers the Fearcats some invincible Super Armor.
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"Once a Ranger" Britta Johnstone Jackie Marchand August 11, 2007

August 18, 2007

Lord Zedd and Rita Repulsa's son, Thrax, unites all four Corona Aurora-seeking villain factions into a new Evil Alliance. When they overwhelm the Overdrive Rangers, their connection to the Morphing Grid is severed, and their powers are destroyed. With the gems still needing protecting, Sentinel Knight assembles a team of replacement Rangers, made up of previous (or future) teams of Power Rangers.
No longer having Ranger powers, the former Overdrive Rangers return to their civilian lives. All but Mack, who learns of Thrax's plans to destroy the Sentinel Knight, seeks out the only item capable of doing so, the legendary sword Excelsior. Meanwhile, their replacements, the team of Returning Rangers, head to Angel Grove to seek out the only being capable of repairing the Morphing Grid: Alpha 6.
Guest Stars: Johnny Yong Bosch, Sally Martin, Emma Lahana, Matt Austin and Richard Brancatisano.
1182 1182 "One Fine Day" Britta Johnstone Bruce Kalish September 1, 2007
The Rangers get a day off and plan a relaxing picnic in the forest. Unfortunately for Rose, Tyzonn is obsessed with getting to know her better, which goes from flattery to annoyance very quickly. The Fearcats happen to be in the same forest, and while searching for the powerful Centurion Torch to use in their latest Giant Robot, they put up a Lamporean force field. Our heroes bump into it, and despite Tyzonn claiming that forming a human chain with his Mercurian powers will allow them passage, they end up separated, with Rose stuck inside the force field with Tyzonn.
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"Ronny on Empty" Mike Smith John Tellegen September 15, 2007

September 22, 2007

Ronny is captured by the Fearcats, while Will disobeys orders to not go after her. Meanwhile, a clue from the Centurion Torch leads the other Rangers to Egypt.
Will saves Ronny from having her energy drained, and the Rangers battle Moltor's new robot with a new Megazord.
1185 1185 "Things Not Said" Mike Smith David Garber October 13, 2007
The Rangers battle one of Kamdor's monsters that gives their system a virus. Mack is revealed to be an android made by Andrew. Mack then becomes enraged at his "father" Andrew convinces Mack to help the other Rangers. Mack then says he'll go, but he's taking Rose's new robot technology. He arrives at the fight and activates the Sentinel Sword, getting his battlizer and becoming the Red Sentinel Ranger, defeating all of Kamdor's monsters. Kamdor flees with the Star of Isis, but Ronny uses her super-speed to steal the jewel at the last second.
1186 1186 "Red Ranger Unplugged" Jonathan Brough John Tellegen December 15, 2007
Mack tries to find a new identity for himself and takes up the guitar. The Rangers battle a new Fearcat, Crazar, while Mig and Benglo look for the Octavian Chalice.
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"Home and Away" Jonathan Brough Jackie Marchand December 22, 2007

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Mig and Benglo access the Octavian Chalice's power and create Agrios, severely damaging the Megazords. Meanwhile, after a battle with Kamdor and Miratrix, Tyzonn is knocked unconscious and awakes on his home planet with his fiance.
Tyzonn begins to have doubts regarding his reunion with his fiance. Meanwhile, Mack attacks the Fearcats in the Flash Point Megazord, willing to sacrifice himself to stop Agrios. The Rangers eventually defeat Agrios, The Fearcats try to escape with the Octavian Chalice, but the Rangers show up ready to finish the battle.
1189 1189 "Way Back When" Jonathan Brough John Tellegen January 12, 2008
The Rangers view Mack's memories on a video screen to remind themselves of the status of each jewel, to figure out who has them, and to try to figure out where to begin their search for the final jewel. They first view the four earlier jewels' locations, which proves fruitless, but thanks to Spencer's help, they eventually reveal the next location: Greece.
1190 1190 "Two Fallen Foes" Mark Beesley John Tellegen January 19, 2008
The Rangers travel to Greece, where they invoke an ancient ritual to find the next jewel. Kamdor, angry that Miratrix failed him again, berates her. Miratrix, seeking more power, intercepts the ritual, and becomes a giant bird-like creature. After being defeated by the Battlefleet Megazord, Kamdor then imprisons her inside the crystal where he was imprisoned. He now makes his final act: summoning a meteor with the power of the Blue Sapphire and challenges the Rangers. At the same time, the rest battle the meteor, Will battles Kamdor. In the end, Will defeats Kamdor, and the Rangers destroy the meteor. They then travel to Egypt and now need a key to open the Sarcophagus, with Moltor on the trail.
1191 1191 "Nothing to Lose" Mark Beesley Jackie Marchand February 2, 2008
With the Blue Sapphire now in his possession, Flurious uses its power to start destroying Moltor's volcano. Meanwhile, the Rangers head to Japan to find the Tri-Dragon key needed to open the Tomb, which they hope contains the next jewel. Having decided he is the most expendable member of the team due to his android nature, Mack starts to place himself in more dangerous situations, which comes to a head when he decides to go to Moltor's volcano to retrieve the crown. Although he is unsuccessful, Moltor is severely weakened and travels to Flurious' ice lair with the crown. However, with both the crown and one of the jewels in his possession, Flurious quickly disposes of his brother and plans to take care of the Rangers next. Meanwhile, the Rangers learn that the Corona's fifth jewel may have been far closer than they could ever have imagined.
1192 1192 "Crown and Punishment" Mark Beesley Bruce Kalish February 16, 2008
The Rangers retrieve the fifth jewel from the sarcophagus. However, they're immediately ambushed by Flurious, the only villain left, and he manages to take the four jewels that the Rangers possess. Now with all five jewels and the crown, Flurious plans to reassemble the Corona Aurora and unleash his wrath upon the world. But Flurious makes a big mistake by not destroying Mack when he had the chance, leading to his destruction.

Season Finale

Episodes American Broadcasting Company March 22, 2008 and January 17, 2009

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"Welcome to the Jungle" Mark Beesley Bruce Kalish
Jackie Marchand
March 22, 2008

March 29, 2008

Theo, Lily, and rookie Casey, members of the secretive kung fu academy Pai Zhua (Order of the Claw), are chosen to become the latest guardians the ancient imprisoned spirit, Dai Shi. However, Jarrod, who was rejected from becoming a guardian for his arrogance, accidentally unleashes Dai Shi before fleeing. When Dai Shi destroys Master Mao's physical form, the trio head to Ocean Bluff, seeking their new Master, only to find he is the seemingly inept owner of the Jungle Karma Pizza, RJ. When Dai Shi's minion's attack, Casey finds himself struggling to find his Tiger spirit. Cantor's attack on the city forces the Rangers to desperately need to learn how to bring themselves up to his size. RJ refuses to teach them this skill until they can master their weapons. Casey, still a cub in the Order of the Claw, struggles with the nunchaku. If Theo and Lily can aid him, they may stand a chance of combining their animal spirits to create the Jungle Pride Megazord.

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1195 1195 "Sigh of the Tiger" Mark Beesley John Tellegen April 5, 2008
Casey requests extra training from RJ and ends up doing seemingly menial housework for him. The buffalo's ancient spirit is harnessed for evil, as Camille brings about Buffalord and Casey soon finds his seemingly pointless chores helped him train. Fran must protect the pizza parlor from its greatest threat: a children's birthday party.
1196 1196 "A Taste of Poison" Charlie Haskell Jackie Marchand April 12, 2008
The Rangers are shocked when Dai Shi reveals himself in the body of Jarrod. Dai Shi calls on the Five Fingers of Poison to orchestrate the end of the Rangers. After a nightmare of Jarrod getting revenge on Casey, Lily is worried that Casey might be in danger. She puts herself out there and fights Rantipede. RJ reminds her that they will only win as a team.
1197 1197 "Can't Win Them All" Charlie Haskell Bruce Kalish May 3, 2008
Theo is used to being the best and fastest at everything; however, his confidence is smashed when he is made a fool in a battle against Gakko. He gives up and doesn't see the point in anything. Casey and Lily try to protect the city from Gakko as RJ trains Theo. The battle worsens for Casey and Lily. To save his friends, Theo must regain his confidence.
1198 1198 "Dance the Night Away" Charlie Haskell John Tellegen May 10, 2008
Theo struggles that his duo with Lily has now become a trio. Camille uses Toady's love for Stingerella to get them to work together to defeat the Rangers. Because of the tension between Casey and Theo, the Rangers can't operate the Claw Cannon. Lily confronts them, telling Casey he is needed on the team, and Theo will always be her best friend.
1199 1199 "Pizza Slice of Life" Vanessa Alexander David Garber May 17, 2008
Things become chaotic when RJ leaves Casey in charge of the pizza shop. Casey makes the mistake of letting everyone do what they want. Camille finds out Nadia is plotting to overthrow her beloved Dai Shi. She risks her life and takes on a dangerous way of training to protect Dai Shi. Casey learns that every team needs one leader to give directions.
1200 1200 "Way of the Master" Vanessa Alexander Jackie Marchand May 24, 2008
Camille sends out Pangolin to attack the city for preparation of the Sky Overlord's resurrection. The Rangers must seek out the Jungle Mace to defeat Pangolin. Unfortunately, Master Phant has left Pai Zhua and no longer wants to help. Lily still has faith that the old master is still inside of the hermit. Touched by her hope, the master teaches her his techniques of the Elephant.

This episode was featured in the 2013 Colors of Courage Marathon.

1201 1201 "Good Karma, Bad Karma" Vanessa Alexander John Tellegen May 31, 2008
Casey's $5 tip stolen by a boy named Josh who wants a red kite as the Rangers battle Slickgon. Meanwhile, Carnisoar erases Jarrod's past good deeds.
1202 1202 "Blind Leading the Blind" Mike Smith John Tellegen June 7, 2008
Theo meets Master Swoop, who has the spirit of the Bat as he is also blind and starts to teach Theo the way of the Bat so he can defeat the latest terrors unleashed by Carnisoar.

This episode was featured in the 2013 Colors of Courage Marathon.

1203 1203 "Pushed to the Edge" Mike Smith Jackie Marchand June 14, 2008
Believing that Carnisoar's training methods are too harsh, Camille decides to find him a new master and revives Jellica, the Sea Overlord.
1204 1204 "One Master Too Many" Mike Smith David Garber July 5, 2008
As Theo and Lily have found new masters, Casey is eager for his to show up, which makes RJ feel out of place, and things take a turn for the worse when the new master is Master Finn, RJ's estranged father. Casey learns how to use the Shark Spirit, while RJ is eager to show his father the extent of his powers.
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"Ghost of a Chance" Jonathan Brough John Tellegen
Jackie Marchand
July 12, 2008

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With new Zords and weapons, the Rangers are starting to feel unbeatable and are offended when RJ wants them to begin refreshing themselves on some necessary steps. However, it soon turns out that the Rangers aren't the only ones who have been furthering themselves when a more powerful Dai Shi beats them before RJ comes to the rescue. Dai Shi captures him, leaving the Rangers without a master. Then the Rangers go back to the Pai Zhua Academy, and Master Mao appears and sends them to the Spirit world to train with the fallen masters. As they arrive, the masters take them by surprise and beat them while Dai Shi prepares for his fight with RJ. The fallen masters then train the Rangers by helping them overcome their fears. Meanwhile, at Dai Shi's lair, Dai Shi fights RJ. Back at Jungle Karma Pizza, Fran discovers the Ranger's identities. Then the Rangers come to RJ's rescue with their new Jungle Master Mode and defeat Dai Shi and his guards.
1207 1207 "Bad to the Bone" Jonathan Brough Bruce Kalish August 2, 2008
Carnisaur and Jellica conspire to bring forth Grizzaka, and after a battle with a pig Rinshi Beast, the Rangers are given the day off while RJ deals with a pain in his chest. Soon after, they fight Porcupongo, who pricks Lily with one of his quills. This causes her personality to change drastically, becoming a biker girl as a strange Wolf Man appears and attacks Casey and Theo. When Porcupongo appears again, the boys go after him while Lily and Fran argue, eventually making Lily turn back into herself and join the fight against Porcupongo and defeat him.
1208 1208 "Friends Don't Fade Away" Vanessa Alexander Ally Mondera August 16, 2008
After battling with Dai Shi, RJ cannot control his Animal Spirit and goes insane. He becomes a wolf and has to be restrained. Fran places her palm on his wolf hand he returns to his human form. She reminds him to ask his friends for help rather than run away. RJ regains control of himself and becomes the Wolf Ranger.
1209 1209 "No "I" in Leader" Vanessa Alexander William Carter August 30, 2008
Now that RJ has joined the team, Casey is beginning to doubt himself as the Ranger's leader. Meanwhile, Grizzaka releases a pair of stronger Shadow Guards who give the Rangers a tough time. Master Mao's spirit visits Jarrod and unknowingly sends him on a quest for the Rhino Nexus.
1210 1210 "True Friends, True Spirits" Vanessa Alexander Aran Hufee September 6, 2008
After RJ saves Flit, the little fly becomes an unwanted friend, but only Flit can save him when RJ is in trouble. Meanwhile, Grizzaka releases an evil spirit making RJ lose control of his spirit again.
1211 1211 "Path of the Rhino" Jonathan Brough Nico Manley September 13, 2008
Dominic was sent by Master Mao to find a purpose for his life. He finds out that RJ and the others are Rangers and wants to join them. He now knows this is his purpose in life. Casey is dubious, but Dominic proves he has the spirit of the Rhino. Dominic becomes the Rhino Ranger.
1212 1212 "Dash for the Dagger" Jonathan Brough Sofia Sprittey September 20, 2008
Dominic and Theo depart for the Control Dagger but are side-tracked with the attack of Whirnado. Meanwhile, Dai Shi returns to the temple where he is imprisoned. Camille attempts to take the Control Dagger, which is the only way into the Rhino Nexus.
1213 1213 "Race to the Nexus" Jonathan Brough Patrick Skuel September 27, 2008
With the Control Dagger in hand, Dai Shi aims to unlock the Nexus for himself. The Overlords refuse to let such power fall into the hands of the Rangers or Dai Shi. Having searched all his life for his destiny, Dominic isn't about to let the Overlords or Dai Shi stand in his way. With his friends' help, Dominic can unlock the power of the Rhino Nexus and summons the Rhino Steel Zord to transform into Rhino Steel Megazord and destroy Carnisoar.
1214 1214 "Arise the Crystal Eyes" Jonathan Brough Casey S. Neki November 1, 2008
The Rangers learn about the Crystal Eyes, while Dai Shi sends Camille to steal them so he can revive the Phantom Generals, while the Rangers (minus Casey) fight Grizzaka. Casey and Jarrod fight over the Crystal Eyes, while Jellica attempts to steal them. Casey comes to his friends' aid after Dai Shi warns him that they stand no chance against Grizzaka without him. With Casey's added power, they finally destroy Grizzaka.
1215 1215 "Fear and the Phantoms" Mike Smith Grace Urwin November 8, 2008
Jellica releases the Phantom Beasts by the crystal eyes, which destroy her and swear allegiance to Dai Shi. Using their power, Dai Shi allows the Phantom Beasts to kidnap the three masters used to create the Spirit Rangers.
1216 1216 "Blue Ranger, Twin Danger" Mike Smith KJ Bekman November 15, 2008
With the masters in their possession, the Phantoms have a new weapon, the Spirit Rangers. Meanwhile, Theo's twin brother Luen (Aljin Abella in a dual role) shows up and causes trouble. One of the Phantom Beasts captures the Rangers within mirror-like discs but mistakingly captures Luen believing him to be Theo. Theo fights the phantom and frees the Rangers, and Luen learns of his brother's secret of being a Ranger. The Ranger's combined might destroys the Phantom Beast. Later RJ is psychically contacted by his father to help in defeating the Spirit Rangers.
1217 1217 "One Last Second Chance" Mike Smith Ally Mondera November 29, 2008
By redirecting the Claw Cannon to cancel out the Spirit Rangers, RJ accidentally seals his father, Master Finn, inside one of the Crystal Eyes. Unidoom attempts to throw it into the ocean, but Flit gives it to RJ, who brings his father back. They free Masters Swoop & Phant, and the Jungle Rangers & Spirit Rangers unite to destroy Unidoom.
1218 1218 "Don't Blow That Dough" Mark Beesley John Tellegen December 6, 2008
Casey, Theo, Dominic, and Lily are trapped inside RJ's televisions and put into a gameshow/clip-show called Blow That Dough against three former Rinshi Beasts. Dominic, Theo, and Lily lose, but Casey wins, and when RJ sends the Morphers, it ends the game.
1219 1219 "Tigers Fall, Lions Rise" Luke Robinson John Edward December 13, 2008
The Rangers fight Whiger and the other Phantom Beast Generals have given Camille their power and the Phoenix Spirit, and Dai Shi the Griffin Spirit, and made him their king. Whiger steals Casey's Tiger Spirit, and the Rangers are easily defeated without his help. When Whiger attacks again, Casey goes to Jungle Master Mode to help save the others and his martial arts students, powering the Claw Cannon with a student's Tiger Spirit. Whiger is defeated by the Megazords and flees.
1220 1220 "The Spirit of Kindness" Luke Robinson Moni Zamazene December 20, 2008
Whiger was only able to steal the Tiger Spirit from Casey, but not destroy Casey. For his failure, Dai Shi strips him of his power, and he is to fade away. Casey shows his kindness to Whiger even though they were battling. Whiger rethinks which side he should be on. He helps Casey save his friends who have been captured in giant rattraps. Together they defeat Camille, but Whiger fades to nothing after using up the last of his powers. With the Rangers reunited, they destroy the two phantom beasts with their animal spirits, and afterward, Casey acknowledges that they couldn't have won without Whiger. Later Snapper and Scorch begin to scheme of getting rid of Camille.
1221 1221 "Maryl and the Monkeys" Luke Robinson Bruce Kalish December 27, 2008
Camille steals a potion from Maryl with the ability to clone Monkeys. She and Dai Shi give it to the Monkey Phantom Beast-Warrior Grinder and uses it to unleash clones of itself throughout the city. Dominic soon destroys Grinder. Dai Shi also realizes that Scorch and Snapper conspired against Camille and stopped her successful plan.
1222 1222 "To Earn Your Stripes" Mark Beesley Jackie Marchand January 3, 2009
RJ takes Casey, Theo, and Lily to the Pai Zhua temple for the final test before they earn the rank of Pai Zhua Master, defeating Masters Finn, Swoop, and Phant in battle. Although Theo and Lily pass and earn their Master's stripes, Casey fails and, feeling dejected, goes out on his own. Meanwhile, Dai Shi starts to lose control over Jarrod as he struggles to break free, so Scorch and Snapper send Sonimax, Osirus, and Lepus to destroy Camille because they think she is the cause. Casey witnesses Jarrod saving Camille and sees that there is some good left in Jarrod. In the end, Jarrod gains control long enough to destroy Sonimax and Osirus, while the Rangers use their Megazords to destroy Lepus. Dai Shi regains control, and Casey, although confident that Jarrod still exists inside Dai Shi, still needs to work out why he failed his test to earn Master's stripes.
1223 1223 "Path of the Righteous" Mark Beelsey John Tellegen January 10, 2009
Casey is convinced there is good left in Jarrod, enough to break Dai Shi's control, but the others doubt him because even before he was possessed, Jarrod was a bully to those weaker than he was. Undeterred by his friends' doubts and Master Mao's orders not to pursue the issue, he faces Dai Shi at his lair to bring out the goodness in Jarrod. After a hard battle, Casey allows Dai Shi to destroy him and, as a result, Jarrod expels him before he can strike. The two leave the temple with Camille, who also rebels against Dai Shi to protect Jarrod, but are attacked by Scorch and Snapper. The other Rangers arrive, and Jarrod and Camille join forces to defeat the two Phantom Generals. Scorch becomes a giant, gets beaten by the Stampede Formation, including Jarrod and Camille's spirit animals. For acting on his instincts instead of copying his friends, Casey finally earns his Master stripes while Jarrod runs off, feeling guilty over the trouble he's caused and the evil he unleashed.
1224 1224 "Now the Final Fury" Mark Beelsey Jackie Marchand January 17, 2009
Scorch is back again with an army of Rinshi invading the city. Dai Shi now has enough power to open a portal to the spirit world and bring back all of his fallen troops. The Rangers are joined by all the masters and the Spirit Rangers and destroy all of the revived villains and Scorch. Furious, Dai Shi finally reveals his true form (a gigantic hydra-like dragon) and targets the Red Ranger. Jarrod tries to shake the conviction in his heart, but Camille decides to join the Rangers. RJ and Dominic form the WolfPride and Rhino Steel Megazords but are defeated. Then Jarrod tells Dai Shi that he was wrong in saying he didn't have the lion's heart, then Jarrod attacked and weakened Dai Shi with his Zocato power. Master Mao states that only the three chosen ones can destroy Dai Shi for good. "A Pai Zhua Master doesn't ask, he knows. There is a higher level of animal spirits. One that has never been reached before by a student or Master. It's time to push beyond the possible, to our highest potential." Then Casey Lily and Theo launch a blast towards Dai Shi, which destroys him. After that, Casey starts to teach at the academy with Jarrod and Camille starting all over again, Theo finally asks Lily for a date, RJ starts working with Flit, now human also, and Dom goes on a tour with Fran.

Season Finale

Episodes American Broadcasting Company March 7, 2009 and December 26, 2009

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1225 1225 "The Road to Corinth" Mike Smith Eddie Guzelian March 7, 2009
Everyone on Earth is forced into the domed city of Corinth, for it is their last haven from the computer virus known as Venjix. While everyone makes it safely into Corinth, a mysterious stranger later known as Dillon is seen outside the dome. Trying to find the city of Corinth, a man known as Ziggy Grover offers to take him there. Safely making it inside past Venjix's soldiers, known as Grinders, the city is attacked by a Generation 5 Attack Bot. However, three people: Scott Truman, Ranger Operator Series Red, Flynn McAllistair, Ranger Operator Series Blue, and Summer Landsdown, Ranger Operator Series Yellow, all of which were previously seen before, step in to take down Venjix's forces. They are known as the Power Rangers.

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1226 1226 "Fade to Black" Mike Smith Eddie Guzelian March 7, 2009
Ziggy & Dillon make it inside, but so do some of Venjix's forces. Now the Rangers have to deal with the attacking forces. The two new members of the city are arrested when Dillon is found to have internal Venjix Hardware. But with Venjix growing stronger, who can the Rangers choose to activate Series Black?
1227 1227 "Rain" Mike Smith Eddie Guzelian March 14, 2009
Dillon is given a chance to become the Black Ranger, but even after he passes all the tests, he still doesn't want to. After realizing he can protect others with power, he accepts the role, but he still has some obstacles to overcome. He accepts this offer on one condition he requests: Ziggy is to be released from the cell which he is kept at - Scott enquires why Dillon wants this condition he has placed in exchange for his acceptance of the Series Black powers to be accepted by the Ranger Operators but his only reason is one that has no sense and thus is a non-warrant for Ziggy's release: Ziggy "can make shadow puppets" - despite this reason that seems to be unworthy of warranting Ziggy's release from the cells, the Operators accept Dillon's condition. Later he starts his drive away from Corinth before the Rangers' battle with this episode's Venjix Attack-Bot being audibly transmitted on radio has Dillon reconsider permanently.
1228 1228 "Go for the Green" Jonathan Brough Jackie Marchand March 21, 2009
The Rangers begin to search for a candidate for the Ranger Operator Series Green powers. After auditioning several colorful candidates, they give up. After Ziggy's past catches up to him, he encounters a young woman who seems perfect - she turns out to be Tenaya 7 in disguise who wants to become the Green Ranger herself to destroy the Rangers from within by using the Series Green powers against the Rangers. Ziggy is forced to bond with the Morpher himself as a last resort for stopping the powers falling into the wrong hands and become Ranger Operator Series Green.
1229 1229 "Handshake" Jonathan Brough John Tellegen March 28, 2009
Dillon must learn how to use his invincibility shield to further master his Series' powers by understanding Doctor K's explanation of the shield's operation requiring Dillon to have absolute faith that the shield will safeguard him but later Tenaya 7 tries to bring down Corinth's shield through her detachable hand's infiltration of the city. Eventually Dillon starts to use absolute faith as Doctor K instructed so that his invincibility shield functions successfully against one of Tenaya's hand's blasts. Dillon and Ziggy use their Zords for the first time to help the High Octane Megazord, and Doctor K finally reveals "his" identity as a teenage girl.
1230 1230 "Ranger Green" Jonathan Brough Eddie Guzelian April 4, 2009
Ziggy and Doctor K clash as he undergoes training to master his powers' teleportation ability, while a magnetic Venjix monster launches an assault on the city. Ziggy's criminal past is revealed to the Rangers, as is how he angered the cartels by sending black-market medical supplies to an orphanage; Doctor K emerges from the base to save him from being executed by the mobsters, though she remains antagonistic to him.
1231 1231 "Ranger Red" Vanessa Alexander John Tellegen April 11, 2009
After fending off a squad of Grinders, Ziggy and Dillon try to summon the Croc Carrier, but it goes out of control and requires rare technology, which only Scott knows about. Scott goes out alone into the desert and tries to get the part from his brother's plane wreckage, but then the newest Attack Bot attacks, leaving Scott in need to get saved by his father, Colonel Truman. Scott delivers Doctor K the engine part, allowing Ziggy and Dillon to form the ValveMax Megazord for the first time and destroy the Attack Bot. In the end, Colonel Truman reads the lost and found recommendation letter from Marcus, which pointed out Scott's abilities.
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Tenaya 7 attacks Corinth with the Boombot while the Rangers and Doctor K answer questions from some school kids, making Summer remember her past as a spoiled rich kid. The Rangers fight and destroy the Boombot, only to discover it is a decoy and that Tenaya 7 has gone in search of a rare black diamond owned by Summer's parents. After defeating Tenaya 7, Summer tells the other Rangers that she promised to get married if her parents gave her space and temporarily become a Ranger until sometime when she would be taken home. Summer's parents then reveal that they are bankrupt and need her to marry Chaz Winchester for his family's money. Dillon and Scott are still arguing about whether or not Summer is making the right decision on going along with the marriage to get the diamond, and keep it safe from Tenaya 7. After Summer is abandoned in the desert, Andrews finds and helps her get close to Corinth before getting attacked by Grinders. Andrews dies but tells Summer to make it safe. Scott tells Mr. Landsdown about the "new" Summer and how she saved him.
1234 1234 "Ranger Blue" Charlie Haskell Madellaine Paxson May 2, 2009
A malfunction in his Time Manipulation Burst causes Flynn to be sidelined as the other Rangers face off against Tenaya 7 and her Grinders. While waiting for Doctor K to come up with a solution, Flynn looks back on his life leading up to Venjix's attack and how he came to be the Blue Ranger.
1235 1235 "Doctor K" Charlie Haskell Matthew Negrete May 9, 2009
While attempting to overcome a power problem with the Rangers' new zord configuration, Doctor K is haunted by memories of her childhood being held at the "Alphabet Soup" think tank and a terrible mistake for which she has tried to make up.
1236 1236 "Blitz" Charlie Haskell Eddie Guzelian May 16, 2009
Dillon has a dream about his past when the Rangers are called into action. Venjix sends multiple monsters, wearing the Rangers down, and Dillon must make an important decision when he confronts the monster with his stolen memories. He decides to keep his new memories and forget everything.
1237 1237 "Brother's Keeper" Jonathan Brough John Tellegen May 23, 2009
Tenaya 7 implants a remote device on the back of Dillon's neck, which makes him fall under the control of Venjix and makes his bionic implants begin to take over his body. When he tries to leave the city, Dillon finds himself chained by Scott, leaving the rest of the Rangers to seek out the means to help him.
1238 1238 "Embodied" Jonathan Brough Eddie Guzelian June 13, 2009
Dillon seeks to find more about his past by traveling to Omega City with the other Rangers in the GO-ONGER vehicle. They are sidetracked when Venjix downloads himself into a Generation 13 Attack Bot. When things look bad for the Rangers, two new and unknown Rangers appear to help. They then disappear, leaving the five Rangers in wonder of their identities.
1239 1239 "Ghosts" Jonathan Brough Eddie Guzelian June 20, 2009
, The Rangers arrive at Omega City only to discover it was all a trap set by Venjix. While trying to escape, they are ambushed and overwhelmed by Venjix forces but are saved by Rangers Gold and Silver, who, this time, fight off their assailants in person. The seven Rangers then return to Corinth, where Rangers Gold and Silver finally reveal themselves as Gem and Gemma, long lost friends of Dr. K from the Alphabet Soup facility.
1240 1240 "In or Out" Mike Smith John Tellegen July 4, 2009
Scott decides to join Gem and Gemma in a more offensive approach in the battle against Venjix. Colonel Truman defaults to his usual "defend the city" tactics and ends up trapping everyone inside while a Venjix bot sucks all the air out of the city. The remaining Rangers make a deadly escape from Corinth and regroup with Scott to save the city.
1241 1241 "Prisoners" Mike Smith Madellaine Paxson July 11, 2009
Dillon hears Gem and Gemma humming a tune identical to the one from his pocket watch. They inform him that they learned it from a blind girl they befriended in a Venjix work camp and that the tune came from a pocket watch belonging to the girl's brother. Dillon, convinced that his sister is still there, mounts a rescue attempt with Summer and Ziggy while Scott and Flynn attempt to hold off a dangerous new attack bot. Dr. K and the Rangers learn that Venjix is building a doomsday weapon and must venture back to the facility to destroy it.
1242 1242 "Belly of the Beast" Mike Smith Matthew Negrete August 1, 2009
The Rangers must return to the factory where the doomsday device is being built. Dillon attempts to find his sister before it's too late. Dillon discovers that he, Summer, Gem, and Gemma are in his sister's cell. Summer sees the key that belonged to Dillon's sister at Venjix factory that matches Dillon's key.
1243 1243 "Three's a Crowd" Peter Salmon John Tellegen August 8, 2009
Gem & Gemma's "blow things up and ask questions later" motto is getting quite out of hand. They follow a trail they think might lead to the Venjix Palace and end up walking right into a trap. They must learn to work together with the other Rangers as a team, and in turn, form a new Megazord configuration called the SkyRev Megazord.
1244 1244 "Heroes Among Us" Peter Salmon Chip Lynn August 15, 2009
In an effort to impress his father, Scott makes a reckless trip out to the wasteland. He and Gem stumble upon human prisoners, and their field trip turns into a rescue mission. Venjix test-drives his new and improved robotic form. His new body doesn't hold up very well against the Rangers. Scott talks to Dillon about the Venjix Prisoners Camp, where humans are infected with the Venjix virus, and Grinders make human hybrids like Dillon, his sister & the other at the Venjix Palace.
1245 1245 "Not So Simple" Peter Salmon Matthew Negrete August 22, 2009
For the first time, Gem and Gemma split up. Gemma believes in what Flynn can do. Together, they work on a Road Attack Zord on the side. With all their resources used up, Dr. K has to trust the untested technology, and they use it to destroy the latest attack bot.
1246 1246 "The Dome Dolls" Mike Smith John Tellegen September 5, 2009
A Chemical Attack Bot attacks the city and puts all men fast asleep. Now, the women of Corinth, led by Summer, all have to work together and save the day. Dr. K works on an antidote to awaken the men of Corinth City.
1247 1247 "And….Action" Mike Smith Chip Lynn September 12, 2009
For, the first time, join Ziggy as he takes you behind the scenes and into the lives of the Power Rangers. See how explosions and stunts are done, as well as the funny moments that don't make it into the show but keep the Power Ranger set a lively place to work as a Ranger. The Rangers and Dr. K are sitting on the couch to watch their episode.
1248 1248 "Ancient History" Mike Smith John Tellegen September 19, 2009
Untested technology is found in an Alphabet Soup dumping ground. Colonel Truman tries to keep the technology from Venjix and comes across a video log that pins Dr. K responsible for the start of Venjix. Colonel Truman wants to arrest Dr. K., but if he does, then she wouldn’t be able to help the Rangers with the dangerous Paleomax technology.
1249 1249 "Key to the Past" Mike Smith Jeffrey Newman September 26, 2009
It dawns on Dillon that the two keys to his musical pocketwatch fit together to play another tune - the same one that Tenaya 7 whistles. Tenaya 7 is hit by memories of her past. She does some investigating on her own and finds out what happened to her. Dillon finds out Tenaya 7 is his long-lost sister.
1250 1250 "Beyond a Doubt" Charlie Haskell Chip Lynn September 26, 2009
Tenaya 7 and Dillon go to Venjix palace to retrieve codes to stop an Attack Bot. Dillon is left wondering which side she is on when she turns him into Venjix. With the stolen codes, Dr. K can configure the RPM Ultrazord. Kilobyte captures Tenaya 7 before she can reunite with the Rangers.
1251 1251 "Control-Alt-Delete" Charlie Haskell David Garber October 3, 2009
Dillon's search for Tenaya is put on hold when Scott is in trouble. Scott was shot with a key that allows Shifter to control him. The Rangers do their best to save their leader when they come face to face with Tenaya 15. She has been reprogrammed with one mission: Serve Venjix. Dr. K makes a gun whose shots can make Tenaya susceptible to mind control.
1252 1252 "Run Ziggy Run" Charlie Haskell John Tellegen October 3, 2009
It's time for Ziggy to pay back the $5 million he owes Fresno Bob. Tenaya 15 makes a deal with Fresno Bob to give him Ziggy in exchange for a certain case. Instead, she double-crosses Fresno Bob, and Ziggy ends up saving him. The Rangers deploy Dr. K's Rail Saber weapon against the latest Attack Bot. Fresno Bob and Ziggy are now even.
1253 1253 "If Venjix Won" Charlie Haskell Tiffany Louie December 19, 2009
Ziggy and Doctor K are accidentally teleported into a distant cave outside of Corinth. The remaining Rangers need to find out the password to Dr. K's computer and retrieve them. Still, their efforts instead trigger a time capsule recording compiled by Dr. K to be played only if Venjix attained absolute victory.
1254 1254 "End Game" Mike Smith John Tellegen December 19, 2009
Venjix’s end game is about to reveal itself. Every Attack Bot has been a calculating step closer to his plan. Dillon fears that the virus will take him over. The city is filled with hybrids, just like Dillon. Venjix is going to activate them all, and Corinth will be brought down.
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"Danger and Destiny" Mike Smith Chip Lynn December 26, 2009

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When a magnetic wave cuts off Corinth's electricity, the Rangers are left vulnerable to attack from Venjix's army of sleeper hybrids. Ziggy embarks on a solo mission to rescue Dr. K, kidnapped by Venjix when The Garage is compromised; Venjix deletes two Rangers, Gem and Gemma; and Venjix's hardware inside Dillon's body begins to take control over him. Tenaya has returned to the good side thanks to Dr. K's antidote, and Kilobyte is destroyed. At Dr. K's destroyed lab, the Rangers appeal to her to help them. Tenaya refuses at first, but Flynn convinces her to do so since Dillon's life is in danger.
Dr. K. is ordered to develop another virus to counter Venjix, which has to be inserted into Venjix himself to be activated. Tenaya agrees to insert the virus into the Venjix network. Despite being short a few members, the remaining Rangers vow to soldier on before Venjix can regroup his armies. Gem and Gemma return with help from Dr. K. Venjix is destroyed when Gem and Gemma destroy the support beams to the Command Center and drop it onto Venjix. The Earth is now safe for humanity to live and prosper once more. In the last scene, a red light appears in Ranger Red's morpher, hinting at Venjix's survival.

Season Finale

Episodes American Broadcasting Company January 2, 2010 and August 28, 2010

The episodes are aired in their production order rather than in chronological order.

Episodes in USA Episodes American Broadcasting Company Title Directed by Written by Original air date

USA

1257 1257 "Day of the Dumpster" Adrian Carr Tony Oliver & Shuki Levy January 2, 2010
When two astronauts come across a strange dumpster on the moon, they open it, accidentally releasing Rita Repulsa and her minions: Goldar, Squatt, Baboo, and Finster. Rita then sets her eyes on the nearest planet: Earth. Meanwhile, at a local youth center in Angel Grove, California, we are introduced to "teenagers with attitude" Jason, Trini, Zack, Kimberly, and Billy. Within the California desert, at the Command Center, Zordon and Alpha 5 are alerted of Rita's escape and teleport the five to the Command Center. After receiving Power Morphers, the teens morph into the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and take on Goldar and the Putty Patrol. Also making their debut bullies, Bulk and Skull and Juice Bar proprietor Ernie.

Season Premiere

1258 1258 "High Five" Adrian Carr Steve Kramer January 2, 2010
After seeing Jason climb a rope at Ernie's Juice Bar, Trini reveals to the other Ranger teens that she is terrified of heights. Billy then unveils his latest invention, wrist communicators with which the rangers can contact Zordon and teleport to the Command Center. On the moon, Rita decides to trap the Rangers in a time warp the same way she did Zordon. Squatt and Baboo send a rigged toy rocket to Earth that activates the time warp. Rita has Finster create the zombie-like Bones monster to control the time warp. Zordon sends the teens to defeat a small band of Putties. During the fight, Billy gets chased to the top of a cliff, and Trini must face her fears to go up and save him. With the Putty Patrol retreating, the Rangers morph to confront Bones but are sucked into the time warp. Bones is destroyed, but Rita sends down a Giant, which then grabs hold of Jason.
1259 1259 "Teamwork" Robert Hughes Cheryl Saban January 9, 2010
Kimberly and Trini attempt to close down a hazardous waste dump. Little do they know Rita is behind the dumpsite and plans to destroy the earth by pollution. The Putty Patrol soon ambushes the two girls. Rita unleashes the powerful Mighty Minotaur onto Earth to keep the others busy. The boys are forced to morph and confront the Minotaur first. He proves to be an overwhelming opponent, and Rita decides to use her wand to make him grow. Trini and Kimberly can defeat the putties, and the rangers summon their Dinozords. Predicting defeat, Zordon recalls them back to the Command Center and awards the rangers special weapons; Jason wields the Power Sword, Trini the Power Daggers, Billy the Power Lance, Kimberly the Power Bow, and Zack the Power Axe. By working as a team and combining their new arsenal, will the beast be slain?
1260 1260 "A Pressing Engagement" Adrian Carr Jeff Deckman & Ronnie Sperling January 9, 2010
At the Juice Bar, Jason is trying to break Bulk's bench-pressing record but cannot do so. Doubting his ability to succeed, the other ranger teens, Kimberly and Zack, try to comfort him but have mixed success. Rita decides to isolate Jason from the other rangers by sending to earth the King Sphinx. Using his powerful wings, the monster blows Kimberly and, soon after, Zack away from the fight, leaving Jason alone. After teleporting himself and Jason to a desert, the Sphinx is joined by Goldar. After regrouping with Billy and Trini, the teens arrive at the Command Center and witness firsthand Jason's struggle with a grown Goldar and Sphinx.
1261 1261 "Different Drum" Jeff Reiner Julianne Klemm January 16, 2010
Kimberly teaches a dance class at the juice bar. Melissa, who cannot hear Kimberly's commands, starts to run into the other girls, embarrassed she leaves the group. Billy soon loses his footing and falls about the exercise area; while Bulk fails miserably at a dance-off with Zack, Rita decides that music is the perfect way to conquer the Rangers. She summons Gnarly Gnome, a garden gnome with a magical accordion, and sends him to Earth. Gnarly Gnome's music hypnotizes some of the girls from the dancing class, and they are lured to a cave. Thankfully, Melissa is unaffected by the spell as she is deaf. She rushes to tell Kimberly and leads them to the cave. The Rangers and their Zords take on Gnarly Gnome and manage to defeat him. Melissa is hailed as a hero for helping and rejoins the dancing class with new confidence.
1262 1262 "Food Fight" Robert Hughes Cheryl Saban January 16, 2010
Ernie hosts a Cultural Food Fair at the juice bar, and the Rangers help out, offering foods from around the world to patrons. When Bulk and Skull arrive, they turn the peaceful fair into a full-on food fight. Rita is inspired by this madness and generates Pudgy Pig, a wicked monster is always hungry. Pudgy Pig will deplete the entire world of its food supply in 48 hours unless the Rangers can thwart him. Problems arise when the villain eats the group's Power Weapons, but Trini notices that Pudgy Pig cannot stand the taste of spicy foods. She devises a trap that hopefully will expel the weapons from the porker.
1263 1263 "Big Sisters" Jeff Reiner Gary Glasberg & Shuki Levy January 23, 2010
Kimberly and Trini get the task of being "big sisters" to a mischievous little girl named Maria. Rita soon discovers a chest containing the Power Eggs, magic eggs with the power to conquer all. Only no one in Rita's bunch can open it. It's discovered only the innocence of a child will release the eggs. Rita kidnaps the bratty child with the intent of using her to open the chest. The Rangers end up facing the Chunky Chicken monster to save the annoying girl. All of this, plus, Billy unveils his specially modified VW Beetle, known as the RADBUG.
1264 1264 "Switching Places" Jeff Reiner Shuki Levy & Steve Kramer January 30, 2010
Billy has invented the machine that reads minds which he tests out on himself and Kimberly. Unknown to him. However, Squatt has tampered with the device, and as a result, Kimberly's mind ends up in Billy's body and vice versa, driving the two at each other's throats. Rita then sends down the Genie to further complicate things. With Kimberly and Billy's minds boggled, how can they work as a team to bottle up this fiend?
1265 1265 "I, Eye Guy" David Blyth Stewart St. John February 6, 2010
Billy's young protege, Willie, has created his best invention yet a hologame and enters it into a science fair. Bulk and Skull happen upon the science fair and cause trouble. While the teens resolve the situation rather humorously, the commotion leads Willie to be disqualified! Disheartened, Willie flees to reflect on things when he's kidnapped by Eye Guy so that the monster can steal his vast intelligence. The teens morph into action but soon find out Eyeguy won't be as easily defeated. Even the combined Power Blaster cannot destroy this monster.
1266 1266 "Foul Play in the Sky" Shuki Levy Shuki Levy February 13, 2010
Kimberly goes for flying lessons with her pilot uncle Steve, with Bulk & Skull tagging along. Rita's henchman Squatt spikes Steve's drink with a sleeping potion, which kicks into effect while in Angel Grove's skies. Kimberly nervously takes over flying the four-seater plane, but can she land safely even with a little guidance from Alpha 5? Meanwhile, her teammates face the dreaded Snizard! To make matters worse, only Kimberly's bow and arrow are the only means of destroying the Snizzard.
1267 1267 "For Whom the Bell Trolls" Robert Hughes Jeff Deckman & Ronnie Sperling

and Stewart St. John

February 20, 2010
Trini brings her favorite doll, an elf named Mr. Ticklesneezer, to Angel Grove High for Hobby Week. This catches the eye of Rita, who has the doll stolen and turned into a real monster! Ticklesneezer goes around shrinking everything, from buildings to trains, and collecting them into bottles. Can the Rangers bring an end to this benign nightmare?
1268 1268 "Happy Birthday, Zack" Jeff Reiner Stewart St. John February 27, 2010
The Ranger teens & Ernie plan a surprise party at the Juice Bar for Zack. The secrecy leads him to believe they've all forgotten about his birthday. Rita shows she cares by sending down a special treat, a vicious black armored monster known as Knasty Knight. Zack soon finds out he is way over his head. Happy Birthday indeed.
1269 1269 "No Clowning Around" Adrian Carr Mark Hoffmeier March 27, 2010
The Rangers attend a fair at Angel Grove Park, along with Trini's cousin Sylvia. One particular clown, named Pineapple, lures Sylvia away from Trini when she isn't looking. When Trini catches up with Sylvia, she witnesses Pineapple turn Sylvia into a cardboard cutout. The fair is a trap for our heroes as they soon find out when the putty patrol arrives, Trini takes Sylvia to Billy's lab to try to return Sylvia to normal. When all the Putties are dealt with, the Rangers confront Pineapple, who reveals himself as Pineoctopus Finster's latest creation.
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"Green with Evil" Robert Hughes Gary Glasberg & Stewart St. John
Tom Wyner & Cheryl Saban

and Stewart St. John


Mark Ryan & Stewart St. John
Cindy McKay & Stewart St. John
Gary Glasberg & Stewart St. John
April 3, 2010
April 10, 2010
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May 22, 2010
June 5, 2010
Tommy Oliver, a new kid in town with martial arts skills that rival even Jason's, catches Kimberly's eye, as well as Rita Repulsa's. She kidnaps Tommy and places an evil spell over him; by granting him a power coin, he transforms into her Evil Green Ranger! Infiltrating the Command Center, Tommy gives Alpha 5 a virus and disables Zordon. Rita then lures the teens out by growing Goldar, but our heroes are surprised by the Green Ranger. The Rangers overpowered, retreat to the damaged Command Center. Without Zordon, the rangers are not able to learn anything about their newest enemy.
With the Command Center still incapacitated from the Green Ranger's attack, the Ranger teens remain at a loss for a plan. A repaired Alpha 5, Billy and Trini attempt to repair and restore operations with Zordon. Soon after a successful training run involving Putties, Rita gives Tommy the Sword of Darkness, which acts as a catalyst for keeping him under her evil spell permanently. After he meets with Jason, Tommy then teleports the Red Ranger to the Dark Dimension! Trapped, with no way out, no morphing method, and no way of contacting his teammates, Jason faces Goldar alone. Back on earth, the remaining rangers face the Green Ranger again.
Jason continues his struggle with Goldar in the Dark Dimension, and eventually, the Green Ranger as well. Luckily, in the nick of time, Billy can lock onto his signal and teleports him to safety. But with Zordon still lost, the victory is bittersweet, at best. To make things worse, Rita summons Scorpina, a female warrior long buried in a cave, with a real nasty sting. She fights the Rangers but is recalled by Rita as she reveals her master plan to rid the Rangers of their zords forever. Phase One: Lure the supergroup out by unleashing a fully grown Goldar.
Watching Goldar demolish the city via the viewing globe, The Rangers have no choice but to morph and activate Megazord. All part of Rita's plan. A spell eclipses the sun and cuts off Megazord's solar power reserves. Using her Magic Wand, Rita grows Scorpina, and soon after, Green Ranger! Though the Power Sword adds a boost of energy, the Megazord soon falls to the trio of evil. The Zords separate and scatter into a burning chasm opened by Repulsa. With their fighting spirit diminished, our heroes return to the Command Center, and the true identity of the Green Ranger is soon revealed.
Tommy is shown to be the Green Ranger, and Jason plans to break the spell holding him under Rita's control. Her endgame now realized Rita brings forth the ancient Green Dragonzord from Angel Grove bay. It begins to rampage through the city. The rangers, helpless without their zords, watch the destruction unfold. Zordon's transmission is finally reestablished. The Megazord is recovered and victoriously faces the Dragonzord. With the zord incapacitated, Tommy is confronted in a climactic swordfight by Jason. Will the Red Ranger succeed in severing Rita's ties on Tommy, or will he forever be lost to evil?
1275 1275 "The Trouble with Shellshock" David Blyth Stewart St. John & Julianne Klemm July 17, 2010
Tommy, now part of the team, joins the others in a friendly game of basketball. While on the moon, Rita naps. Baboo & Squatt take charge by making their monster, a turtle named Shellshock. This monster, equipped with a stoplight on his back, flashes green and puts Trini in perpetual motion. Flashing its red beam freezes Billy, Zack, and Kimberly. Shellshock wreaks more havoc by accident than on purpose but still proves to be a major problem for Jason and Tommy.
1276 1276 "Itsy Bitsy Spider" Robert Hughes Steve Kramer July 17, 2010
Trini & Billy petition to save the Forest Spirit Statue from demolition. It supposedly protects the woods from nasty bug infestations. Rita swipes the statue and replaces it with a lookalike, which hides her Spidertron monster within. Zack brings his young Hip-Hop Kido class to the park to work out nearby, and all but Zack are put under a sleeping spell by Spidertron, who soon reveals himself. Unfortunately for Zack, he's deathly afraid of bugs, spiders especially! Jason and company morph into action, and the eight-legged menace grows. It looks like it's time to feature a new zord combination in this fight: Dragonzord in Battle Mode.
1277 1277 "Power Ranger Punks" David Blyth Mark Hoffmeier July 24, 2010
The gang is playing a game of volleyball when Baboo appears above the field. He slips an odd red potion into the glasses of water lying on a bench without being noticed. Kimberly and Billy drink the water and suddenly start acting like real punks! Rita plots to use the divided Rangers to allow her latest monster, the Terror Toad destroy the town. Alpha must journey to another dimension to find a special singing squash, as only its juice can restore Billy and Kimberly to their right minds. Meanwhile, Jason fights a losing battle against Terror Toad, as the toad devours Trini and Zack.
1278 1278 "The Spit Flower" David Blyth Peggy Nicoll July 24, 2010
Kimberly is given designing a flower float for the big Angel Grove parade. But Putties drop by the Juice Bar and trash it before she can turn the design in! Kimberly frets over losing it and soon has to face the evil flesh-eating-blossom-spewing Spit Flower monster. To make matters worse, the ranger's zords fail in stomping this flower.
1279 1279 "Life's a Masquerade" Robert Hughes Cheryl Saban July 31, 2010
There's a costume party going on at the Youth Center! Rita uses this distraction to mine a special clay on Earth, from which she'll create a breed of Super Putties. She sends her version of Frankenstein's Monster to the party, and he's immediately mistaken for Tommy. Billy, dressed as Detective Sherlock Holmes, investigates and finds that Franke is no Tommy. Time to morph.
1280 1280 "Gung Ho!" Robert Hughes Mark Hoffmeier July 31, 2010
Jason & Tommy team-up for an upcoming Team Ninja competition at the Youth Center. They have trouble working together, as both are used to sparring one-on-one. Rita then unleashes the Super Putties As the other Rangers fight the nigh-invincible clay soldiers, Zordon sends Jason & Tommy off to retrieve new weapons. They face a strange metal creature known as Titanus and must learn teamwork in the face of adversity... or both will be killed
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"Island of Illusion" Terence H. Winkless Chris Schoon & Shuki Levy
Stewart St. John & Chris Schoon

and Shuki Levy

August 7, 2010

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There's an upcoming dance competition, and despite his usual smooth moves, Zack's got a serious case of self-doubt. Rita is inspired and aims to send the six Rangers to her very own transdimensional island, where worst fears become a reality! She summons the celestial being known as Lokar to aid in this task. With his wicked Mutitis creature, is the Megazord any match, or are our heroes island-bound?
Trapped on the strange Island of Illusion, each of the six Ranger teens comes face to face with their own worst fears. The island's only inhabitant, an elf named Quagmire, appears and offers them rhyming reminders of self-confidence, but is he a friend or foe? Even if they can get off the island, can the team last a second round against Mutitis?
1283 1283 "Wheel of Misfortune" Terence H. Winkless Mark Ryan & Cheryl Saban August 14, 2010
The Ranger teens are involved with a stage play of Rumpelstiltskin at Angel Grove High. Kimberly's grandmother's antique spinning wheel is used as a prop, which leaves it in a position to be captured by Rita's goons, who turn it into the evil Wheel Of Destruction. Can the Rangers put a stop to the giant wheel without ruining Kimberly's family heirloom?
1284 1284 "Peace, Love and Woe" Robert Hughes Julianne Klemm August 14, 2010
Billy bumps into a brainy girl named Marge, and the two hit it off immediately. But Rita's ally, Madame Woe, mistakes Marge for a Power Ranger captures her. The Rangers come to her rescue, but can they save her, or will Billy remain dateless for the upcoming dance?
1285 1285 "Dark Warrior" Terence H. Winkless Jeff Deckman & Ronnie Sperling

and Mark Hoffmeier

August 21, 2010
Fed up with being picked on by the likes of Bulk and Skull, Billy decides to re-enroll in Jason's Karate class. Meanwhile, Trini's Uncle Howard arrives to visit her. Howard is a scientist and also a very experienced martial artist. Rita, meanwhile, is more interested in Howard's new invisibility formula and sends a squad of putties to kidnap Howard and hold him for ransom. Rita's latest monster, the Dark Warrior is dispatched to fight the ranger teens.
1286 1286 "The Rockstar" Terence H. Winkless Peggy Nicoll August 21, 2010
Jason and his young cousin Jeremy become embroiled in a plot by Rita & Scorpina to capture the powerful Mirror of Destruction. At the same time, Zack takes the others on a driving trip outside Angel Grove. A Rockstar monster rounds out the cast. Jason is punched to the ground from this lobbing rock, and the others are recalled from holiday to rescue him. Jeremy finds the mirror can shatter putties.
1287 1287 "Calamity Kimberly" Terence H. Winkless Tom Wyner & Julianne Klemm August 28, 2010
Kimberly wakes up on the wrong side of the bed and begins to have an extremely bad day. It worsens when Rita sends the Samurai Fan Man down to Earth. He traps the bad-haired, ratted-clothed, annoyed Kimberly inside an urn connected to another dimension. The Power Rangers race against the clock to free her before she's lost inside it forever.

Series Finale

1288 1288 "A Star is Born" Terence H. Winkless Cheryl Saban August 28, 2010
While Tommy is busy competing with Bulk for a role on a Karate commercial, the other Rangers take to the beach for some fun in the sun. Rita takes a day off, leaving Goldar to send a double threat: the cocooning menace of Scorpina's pet worm, and the baseball-fevered Babe Ruthless!

Series Finale

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