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7th Aug '15 1:38:26 PM EricW
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** Then of course came their epic showdown in One Last Second Chance, which lasted the longest, and ultimately culminated in Casey's final victory over dai shi in combat and in judging Jarrod's character.

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** Then of course came their epic showdown in One Last Second Chance, Path of the Righteous, which lasted the longest, and ultimately culminated in Casey's final victory over dai shi in combat and in judging Jarrod's character.
31st Jul '15 4:24:28 PM EricW
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* In "Friends Don't Fade Away", Fran (a ditzy but sweet bookworm who was the team's comic relief for the year) is attacked by RJ in his wild, werewolf form. Despite the fact she has no powers, and RJ was this year's resident badass who could've ''easily'' killed her, Fran stands her ground, doesn't run away, and ''talks RJ down''.
--> "You wouldn't hurt a fly, RJ. ''And you will not hurt me''."
** What makes this ''even more'' awesome is that when RJ does attack her, Fran ''cures him of his lycanthropy'' through the sheer power of her friendship. Fran was absolutely this year's EnsembleDarkhorse, and this was the reason why. She was just a wonderful character.
* In the episode "One Master Too Many", RJ's father Master Finn takes on the Big Bad (a fellow called Dai Shi, who has stomped all over everyone for the last ten episodes without slowing down), and is quickly defeated. Dai Shi moves in to finish the fight, when RJ - kooky, unusual and offbeat RJ - steps between them. Finn warns his son, "He's strong RJ". RJ stands up, turns to Dai Shi, narrows his eyes and mutters, "So am I." Cue epic beatdown as RJ beats the so-far-unstoppable supervillain in ''unmorphed'' hand-to-hand combat, and kicks Dai Shi's ass into next week. It wasn't RJ's only moment of pure unstoppable badass, but lord almighty it was fun to watch.
** And then there Master Finn's intro, coming out of nowhere DualWielding swords and making his way past a lot of {{Mooks}}, and to top it off using the power of his animal spirit to destroy the twister the MonsterOfTheWeek was creating. Major awesomeness.



* The ''entire'' fight scene in "One Last Second Chance".



* Jarrod breaking free of Dai Shi temporarily and fighting three monsters to save Camille. Casey sees this...
* ...which leads to ''his'' CrowningMomentOfAwesome in the next-to-last episode of the series ("Path of the Righteous"), when he does an UnflinchingWalk through a herd of {{Mooks}} up to the front doors of Dai Shi's temple and trashes the entire lot of them in a textbook version of TranquilFury. Oh, yes... ''he does this unmorphed''. While several Rangers like Andros, the Dino Thunder Rangers and Mack have attacked the BigBad base before, Casey is the only one we see '''do it unmorphed'''.
** And then he drives off Dai Shi's spirit form with his own tiger projection. And that was all BEFORE they fought the phantom beast generals later on.
** Then, after fighting Jarrod/Dai Shi to a stalemate in one of the best fights in the season, Casey demorphs, turns his back, and ''dares'' Jarrod/Dai Shi to kill him -- and ''that'' is when Jarrod breaks free of Dai Shi.
** Another beautiful moment from that episode -- to redeem Jarrod, Casey plans to simply talk to him, recognizing that Jarrod was just lonely, and that the Rangers should've tried harder to reach him rather than act surprised when his feelings of isolation caused him to snap. Master Mao tells Casey that he's wasting his time, and Casey basically tells him, "Screw you. You're wrong. Now get out of my way while I go and do what we all should've done in the first place."
*** The best part is that ''this'' is how Casey earns his master's stripe, by telling every master that came before him that they can go f**k themselves.

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* Jarrod breaking free of In the episode "One Master Too Many", RJ's father Master Finn takes on the Big Bad (a fellow called Dai Shi, who has stomped all over everyone for the last ten episodes without slowing down), and is quickly defeated. Dai Shi temporarily and fighting three monsters moves in to save Camille. Casey sees this...
* ...which leads to ''his'' CrowningMomentOfAwesome in
finish the next-to-last episode of the series ("Path of the Righteous"), fight, when he does an UnflinchingWalk through a herd of {{Mooks}} up RJ - kooky, unusual and offbeat RJ - steps between them. Finn warns his son, "He's strong RJ". RJ stands up, turns to Dai Shi, narrows his eyes and mutters, "So am I." Cue epic beatdown as RJ beats the front doors of so-far-unstoppable supervillain in ''unmorphed'' hand-to-hand combat, and kicks Dai Shi's temple and trashes the entire lot of them in a textbook version of TranquilFury. Oh, yes... ''he does this unmorphed''. While several Rangers like Andros, the Dino Thunder Rangers and Mack have attacked the BigBad base before, Casey is the ass into next week. It wasn't RJ's only one we see '''do moment of pure unstoppable badass, but lord almighty it unmorphed'''.
was fun to watch.
** And then he drives there Master Finn's intro, coming out of nowhere DualWielding swords and making his way past a lot of {{Mooks}}, and to top it off Dai Shi's using the power of his animal spirit form with his own tiger projection. And that to destroy the twister the MonsterOfTheWeek was all BEFORE they fought the phantom beast generals later on.
** Then, after fighting Jarrod/Dai Shi to a stalemate in one of the best fights in the season, Casey demorphs, turns his back, and ''dares'' Jarrod/Dai Shi to kill him -- and ''that'' is when Jarrod breaks free of Dai Shi.
** Another beautiful moment from that episode -- to redeem Jarrod, Casey plans to simply talk to him, recognizing that Jarrod was just lonely, and that the Rangers should've tried harder to reach him rather than act surprised when his feelings of isolation caused him to snap. Master Mao tells Casey that he's wasting his time, and Casey basically tells him, "Screw you. You're wrong. Now get out of my way while I go and do what we all should've done in the first place."
*** The best part is that ''this'' is how Casey earns his master's stripe, by telling every master that came before him that they can go f**k themselves.
creating. Major awesomeness.



* "Now The Final Fury"- most of the episode is a '''huge''' fight between the Rangers (And the Masters) against all of the "special" monsters they fought throughout the season, which also shows how far they've come as badasses- they're able to take out Phantom Beasts and Overlords that would have caused them insane trouble as a team at the start without even breaking a sweat.
** And there's the fact that the spirit masters came back, and trounced some of the elite monsters.
** Then there's the final encounter with Dai Shi as all of the main characters join up to try and stop him. Even better, Jarrod and Camille come out of there HeroicBSOD to join the fight in any way they can, eventually giving the rangers the opening necessary to save the day.
* Fran deserves props for being the first support character to discover the Rangers secret identities ''on her own''.

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* "Now The Final Fury"- most of In "Friends Don't Fade Away", Fran (a ditzy but sweet bookworm who was the episode is a '''huge''' fight between team's comic relief for the Rangers (And the Masters) against all of the "special" monsters they fought throughout the season, which also shows how far they've come as badasses- they're able to take out Phantom Beasts and Overlords that would have caused them insane trouble as a team at the start without even breaking a sweat.
** And there's
year) is attacked by RJ in his wild, werewolf form. Despite the fact she has no powers, and RJ was this year's resident badass who could've ''easily'' killed her, Fran stands her ground, doesn't run away, and ''talks RJ down''.
--> "You wouldn't hurt a fly, RJ. ''And you will not hurt me''."
** What makes this ''even more'' awesome is
that the spirit masters came back, and trounced some of the elite monsters.
** Then there's the final encounter with Dai Shi as all of the main characters join up to try and stop him. Even better, Jarrod and Camille come out of there HeroicBSOD to join the fight in any way they can, eventually giving the rangers the opening necessary to save the day.
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when RJ does attack her, Fran deserves props for being ''cures him of his lycanthropy'' through the first support character to discover sheer power of her friendship. Fran was absolutely this year's EnsembleDarkhorse, and this was the Rangers secret identities ''on her own''.reason why. She was just a wonderful character.


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* Jarrod breaking free of Dai Shi temporarily and fighting three monsters to save Camille. Casey sees this...
* ...which leads to ''his'' CrowningMomentOfAwesome in the next-to-last episode of the series ("Path of the Righteous"), when he does an UnflinchingWalk through a herd of {{Mooks}} up to the front doors of Dai Shi's temple and trashes the entire lot of them in a textbook version of TranquilFury. Oh, yes... ''he does this unmorphed''. While several Rangers like Andros, the Dino Thunder Rangers and Mack have attacked the BigBad base before, Casey is the only one we see '''do it unmorphed'''.
** And then he drives off Dai Shi's spirit form with his own tiger projection. And that was all BEFORE they fought the phantom beast generals later on.
** Then, after fighting Jarrod/Dai Shi to a stalemate in one of the best fights in the season, Casey demorphs, turns his back, and ''dares'' Jarrod/Dai Shi to kill him -- and ''that'' is when Jarrod breaks free of Dai Shi.
** Another beautiful moment from that episode -- to redeem Jarrod, Casey plans to simply talk to him, recognizing that Jarrod was just lonely, and that the Rangers should've tried harder to reach him rather than act surprised when his feelings of isolation caused him to snap. Master Mao tells Casey that he's wasting his time, and Casey basically tells him, "Screw you. You're wrong. Now get out of my way while I go and do what we all should've done in the first place."
*** The best part is that ''this'' is how Casey earns his master's stripe, by telling every master that came before him that he's going to follow his own path.
* "Now The Final Fury"- most of the episode is a '''huge''' fight between the Rangers (And the Masters) against all of the "special" monsters they fought throughout the season, which also shows how far they've come as badasses- they're able to take out Phantom Beasts and Overlords that would have caused them insane trouble as a team at the start without even breaking a sweat.
** And there's the fact that the spirit masters came back, and trounced some of the elite monsters.
** Then there's the final encounter with Dai Shi as all of the main characters join up to try and stop him. Even better, Jarrod and Camille come out of there HeroicBSOD to join the fight in any way they can, eventually giving the rangers the opening necessary to save the day.
* The progression of seeing Casey grow as a fighter is quite something when comparing his many fights with Dai Shi.
** The first time they fought one on one in A Taste of Poison, Casey was severely injured in their battle.
** In their next direct encounters in ''Ghost of a Chance'', Casey manages to hold his own slightly longer, but needed a power upgrade with Master Mode to save RJ, and even then had the help of Lily and Theo.
** In Arise The Crystal Eyes, they fought one on one yet again, and this time had a draw, with casey getting a slight edge to escape with 5 of the McGuffins.
** Then of course came their epic showdown in One Last Second Chance, which lasted the longest, and ultimately culminated in Casey's final victory over dai shi in combat and in judging Jarrod's character.
* Fran deserves props for being the first support character to discover the Rangers secret identities ''on her own''.
18th May '15 1:25:25 AM EricW
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** And then he drives off Dai Shi's spirit form with his own tiger projection. And that was all BEFORE they fought the phantom beast generals later on.



* "Now The Final Fury"- most of the episode is a '''huge''' fight between the Rangers (And the Masters) against all of the "special" monsters they fought throughout the season, which also shows how far they've come as badasses- they're able to take out Phantom Beats and Rinshi that would have caused them insane trouble as a team at the start without even breaking a sweat.

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* "Now The Final Fury"- most of the episode is a '''huge''' fight between the Rangers (And the Masters) against all of the "special" monsters they fought throughout the season, which also shows how far they've come as badasses- they're able to take out Phantom Beats Beasts and Rinshi Overlords that would have caused them insane trouble as a team at the start without even breaking a sweat.
17th Mar '15 12:09:33 AM EricW
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* Camille's extended battle with Naja. It was probably in this battle where Camille really came into her own as a henchwoman. Not only showing her EvilVirtue of Loyalty, but also proving as relentless and powerful as this most powerful of the five fingers of poison.

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* Camille's extended battle with Naja. It was probably in this battle where Camille really came into her own as a henchwoman. Not only showing her EvilVirtue EvilVirtues of Loyalty, Loyalty and Determination, but also proving as relentless and powerful as this most powerful of the five fingers of poison.
17th Mar '15 12:08:52 AM EricW
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* The way Camille took out Naja.

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* The way Camille's extended battle with Naja. It was probably in this battle where Camille took out Naja.really came into her own as a henchwoman. Not only showing her EvilVirtue of Loyalty, but also proving as relentless and powerful as this most powerful of the five fingers of poison.
10th Nov '14 1:35:58 PM EricW
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** And there's the fact that the spirit masters came back, and trounced some of the elite monsters.
** Then there's the final encounter with Dai Shi as all of the main characters join up to try and stop him. Even better, Jarrod and Camille come out of there HeroicBSOD to join the fight in any way they can, eventually giving the rangers the opening necessary to save the day.
2nd Sep '14 1:47:39 PM GoneRampant
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* In Master Phant's intro episode, Lily refuses to leave his home until he teaches her the Jungle Mace. When Lily's attacked by Mooks, Phant comes bursting out in a BigDamnHeroes moment and bellows: Get away from my student!

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* In Master Phant's intro episode, Lily refuses to leave his home until he teaches her the Jungle Mace. When Lily's attacked by Mooks, Phant comes bursting out in a BigDamnHeroes moment and bellows: Get "Get away from my student!student!"



* ...which leads to ''his'' CrowningMomentOfAwesome in the next-to-last episode of the series ("Path of the Righteous"), when he does an UnflinchingWalk through a herd of {{Mooks}} up to the front doors of Dai Shi's temple and trashes the entire lot of them in a textbook version of TranquilFury. Oh, yes... ''he does this unmorphed''.

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* ...which leads to ''his'' CrowningMomentOfAwesome in the next-to-last episode of the series ("Path of the Righteous"), when he does an UnflinchingWalk through a herd of {{Mooks}} up to the front doors of Dai Shi's temple and trashes the entire lot of them in a textbook version of TranquilFury. Oh, yes... ''he does this unmorphed''. While several Rangers like Andros, the Dino Thunder Rangers and Mack have attacked the BigBad base before, Casey is the only one we see '''do it unmorphed'''.
16th Jul '14 7:31:59 PM zordboy
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* In the episode "One Master Too Many", R.J.'s father Master Finn takes on the Big Bad (a fellow called Dai Shi, who has stomped all over everyone for the last ten episodes without slowing down), and is quickly defeated. Dai Shi moves in to finish the fight, when R.J. -- kooky, unusual and offbeat R.J. -- steps between them. Finn warns his son, "He's strong R.J." R.J. stands up, turns to Dai Shi, narrows his eyes and mutters, "So am I." Cue epic beatdown as R.J. beats the so-far-unstoppable supervillain in ''unmorphed'' hand-to-hand combat, and kicks Dai Shi's ass into next week. It wasn't R.J.'s only moment of pure unstoppable badass, but lord almighty it was fun to watch.

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* In the episode "One Master Too Many", R.J.'s RJ's father Master Finn takes on the Big Bad (a fellow called Dai Shi, who has stomped all over everyone for the last ten episodes without slowing down), and is quickly defeated. Dai Shi moves in to finish the fight, when R.J. -- RJ - kooky, unusual and offbeat R.J. -- RJ - steps between them. Finn warns his son, "He's strong R.J." R.J. RJ". RJ stands up, turns to Dai Shi, narrows his eyes and mutters, "So am I." Cue epic beatdown as R.J. RJ beats the so-far-unstoppable supervillain in ''unmorphed'' hand-to-hand combat, and kicks Dai Shi's ass into next week. It wasn't R.J.'s RJ's only moment of pure unstoppable badass, but lord almighty it was fun to watch.



* ...which leads to ''his'' CrowningMomentOfAwesome in the next-to-last episode of the series ("Path of the Righteous"), when he does an UnflinchingWalk through a herd of {{Mooks}} up to the front doors of Dai Shi's temple and trashes the entire lot of them in a textbook version of TranquilFury. Oh, yes... ''he does this unmorphed''. No Power Ranger -- not even '''Tommy Oliver''' -- has ever done anything that BadAss.

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* ...which leads to ''his'' CrowningMomentOfAwesome in the next-to-last episode of the series ("Path of the Righteous"), when he does an UnflinchingWalk through a herd of {{Mooks}} up to the front doors of Dai Shi's temple and trashes the entire lot of them in a textbook version of TranquilFury. Oh, yes... ''he does this unmorphed''. No Power Ranger -- not even '''Tommy Oliver''' -- has ever done anything that BadAss.



** Another beautiful moment from that episode -- to redeem Jarrod, Casey plans to simply talk to him, recognizing that Jarrod was just lonely, and that the Rangers should've tried harder to reach him rather than act surprised when his feelings of isolation caused him to snap. Master Mao tells Casey that he's wasting his time, and Casey basically tells him, "Screw you, you're wrong, now get out of my way while I go and do what we all should've done in the first place."

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** Another beautiful moment from that episode -- to redeem Jarrod, Casey plans to simply talk to him, recognizing that Jarrod was just lonely, and that the Rangers should've tried harder to reach him rather than act surprised when his feelings of isolation caused him to snap. Master Mao tells Casey that he's wasting his time, and Casey basically tells him, "Screw you, you're wrong, now you. You're wrong. Now get out of my way while I go and do what we all should've done in the first place."



** Twice in the season, Fran (the comedic bookworm character with no real fighting ability) stands up to trained kung-fu masters who've temporarily turned evil ... and twice, ''she beats them''.



* In Dom's intro, the Rangers don't make him feel welcome due to his joking persona and several accidents. He eventually gets the hint and leaves, but afterwards, Fran ''tears the Rangers'' a new one, asking if any of them actually got to ''know'' him. She's stopped by being forced to make a delivery, but she gives them a ''look'' that says "We're not done here," and all the Rangers are visibly frightened.

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* In Dom's intro, Dom asks if he can join the Rangers don't and fight Dai Shi. Because of Dom's light-hearted nature, the team doesn't make him feel welcome due to his joking persona welcome, and several accidents. He Dominic eventually gets the hint and leaves, but afterwards, leaves. The next day, Fran ''tears steps into the Rangers'' kitchen to hear Casey telling the Rangers that Dominic has left. "We gave it a new one, asking if try, and it didn't work out," Casey shrugs. For the first and only time in the whole season, the audience loses sweet, humble, meek Fran, and Fran just tears the Rangers ''to shreds''. "Did you? Did you really? Did you try even for a second?" The Rangers don't respond, frozen in place. Interestingly, when Fran points out that she liked Dom's light-hearted nature, Lily tries a subtle side-change and agrees with Fran that she liked Dom's nature too, but Fran's having none of that. "Did any of them actually got you really get to ''know'' him. know him at all?" She's stopped by being forced about to make continue when the phone rings, interrupting her with a delivery, but pizza order. But as Fran grabs the pizzas and turns to leave, she gives them stops and shoots the team a ''look'' that says "We're not is a pure moment of, "We are ''not'' done here," talking about this," and all the Rangers are visibly frightened.terrified. It was a season highlight, the most amazing moment.
8th Jun '14 3:38:48 AM GoneRampant
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* In Dom's intro, the Rangers don't make him feel welcome due to his joking persona and several accidents. He eventually gets the hint and leaves, but afterwards, Fran ''tears the Rangers'' a new one, asking if any of them actually got to ''know'' him. She's stopped by being forced to make a delivery, but she gives them a ''look'' that says "We're not done here," and all the Rangers are visibly frightened.
16th May '14 7:34:08 PM cristancho
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* "Now The Final Fury"- most of the episode is a '''huge''' fight between the Rangers (And the Masters) against all of the "monsters of the week" they fought throughout the season, which also shows how far they've come as badasses- they're able to take out Phantom Beats and Rinshi that would have caused them insane trouble as a team at the start without even breaking a sweat.

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* "Now The Final Fury"- most of the episode is a '''huge''' fight between the Rangers (And the Masters) against all of the "monsters of the week" "special" monsters they fought throughout the season, which also shows how far they've come as badasses- they're able to take out Phantom Beats and Rinshi that would have caused them insane trouble as a team at the start without even breaking a sweat.
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