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24th Jan '16 9:02:30 PM MMTrigger
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* In ''Return of the Green Ranger'' the Clone!Tommy boasts that he's even stronger than White Ranger Tommy. Remember that the Green Ranger powers were recharged three times before being completely drained. Of course they'd be stronger with all that accumulated energy. It also helps explains why Tommy would use his Green Ranger powers again in ''Series/PowerRangersSuperMegaForce.''
5th Jan '16 9:29:10 PM JNTA1234
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* Trini's fear of heights in "High Five" may seem unreasonable, given in "Day of the Dumpster" she jumps high off the ground into her zord but she was morphed when she jumped into her zord and is unmorphed when she has to face her fear. It seems that morphing not only builds confidence but takes away fears and doubts in general. This makes sense with an unmorphed Kimberly panicking when she has to fly a plane in the episode "Foul Play in the Sky" despite flying a pteradactyl on a regular basis. (Plus it's also explained in "Day of the Dunpster" that pilot knowledge comes with morphing) And As seen with Billy, despite having no fighting skills becomes more skilled and confident when morphed, also in the episode "Something Fishy", Rita had to enhance a morphed Billy's fear of fish with magic to make him afraid of the Goo Fish despite establishing he had a fear of fish already.
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* Trini's fear of heights in "High Five" may seem unreasonable, given in "Day of the Dumpster" she jumps high off the ground into her zord but she was morphed when she jumped into her zord did that and is unmorphed when she has to face her fear. It seems that morphing not only builds confidence but takes away fears and doubts in general. This makes sense with an unmorphed Kimberly panicking when she has to fly a plane in the episode "Foul Play in the Sky" despite flying a pteradactyl on a regular basis. (Plus it's also explained in "Day of the Dunpster" Dumpster" that pilot knowledge comes with morphing) And As seen with Billy, despite having no fighting skills skills, becomes more skilled and confident when morphed, also morphed. Also in the episode "Something Fishy", Rita had to enhance a morphed Billy's fear of fish with magic to make him afraid of fear the Goo Fish despite establishing he had a fear of fish already.
5th Jan '16 9:26:34 PM JNTA1234
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* Trini's fear of heights in "High Five" may seem unreasonable, given in "Day of the Dumpster" she jumps high off the ground into her zord but she was morphed she jumped into her zord and is unmorphed when she has to face her fear. It seems that morphing not only builds confidence but takes away fears and doubts in general. This makes sense with an unmorphed Kimberly panicking when she has to fly a plane in the episode "Foul Play in the Sky" despite flying a pteradactyl on a regular basis. (Plus it's also explained in "Day of the Dunpster" that pilot knowledge comes with morphing) And As seen with Billy, despite having no fighting skills becomes more skilled and confident when morphed, also in the episode "Something Fishy", Rita had to resort to using magic to enhance a morphed Billy's fear of fish to make him afraid of the Goo Fish despite establishing he had a fear of fish already.
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* Trini's fear of heights in "High Five" may seem unreasonable, given in "Day of the Dumpster" she jumps high off the ground into her zord but she was morphed when she jumped into her zord and is unmorphed when she has to face her fear. It seems that morphing not only builds confidence but takes away fears and doubts in general. This makes sense with an unmorphed Kimberly panicking when she has to fly a plane in the episode "Foul Play in the Sky" despite flying a pteradactyl on a regular basis. (Plus it's also explained in "Day of the Dunpster" that pilot knowledge comes with morphing) And As seen with Billy, despite having no fighting skills becomes more skilled and confident when morphed, also in the episode "Something Fishy", Rita had to resort to using magic to enhance a morphed Billy's fear of fish with magic to make him afraid of the Goo Fish despite establishing he had a fear of fish already.
5th Jan '16 9:24:24 PM JNTA1234
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* Trini's fear of heights in "High Five" may seem unreasonable, given in "Day of the Dumpster" she jumps high off the ground into her zord but she was morphed she jumped into her zord and is unmorphed when she has to face her fear. It seems that morphing not only builds confidence but takes away fears and doubts in general. This makes sense with an unmorphed Kimberly panicking when she has to fly a plane in the episode "Foul Play in the Sky" despite flying a pteradactyl on a regular basis. (Plus it's also explained in "Day of the Dunpster" that pilot knowledge comes with morphing) And As seen with Billy, despite having no fighting skills becomes more skilled and confident when morphed, also in the episode "Something Fishy", Rita had to resort to using magic to enhance a morphed Billy's fear of fish to make him afraid of the Goo Fish despite establishing he had a fear of fish already.
25th Oct '15 11:19:46 PM MegaZeo
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* The Hydro Hog is apparently the Alien Rangers' BigBad back home, but is destroyed by the Shogun Mega Falconzord. Remember that the Shogun Mega Falconzord ''isn't'' part of the Alien Rangers' natural arsenal, it was on loan from the Earth Rangers and was in fact their MidseasonUpgrade, so it being too powerful for him to handle.
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* The Hydro Hog is apparently the Alien Rangers' BigBad back home, but is destroyed by the Shogun Mega Falconzord. Remember that the Shogun Mega Falconzord ''isn't'' part of the Alien Rangers' natural arsenal, it was on loan from the Earth Rangers and was in fact their MidseasonUpgrade, so it being too powerful for him to handle. handle makes sense.

** Its canonicity is questionable but Alpha's Magical Christmas has him bringing children all around the world to the command center to celebrate Christmas with him. Alpha 5 and Zordon are kidnapping your children. And some of the songs are specifically Christian. Alpha is forcing a religion some of these children probably don't even celebrate.
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** * Its canonicity is questionable questionable, but Alpha's Magical Christmas has him bringing children all around the world to the command center Command Center to celebrate Christmas with him. Alpha 5 and Zordon are kidnapping your children. And some of the songs are specifically Christian. Alpha is forcing a religion some of these children probably don't even celebrate. * "No one calls Ninjor dim and survives to converse about it!" Straight from the man himself: Call Ninjor stupid ''and he will murder you'' (and, as Lanterra discovers, he follows through on this).
3rd Nov '14 7:50:59 PM Godzillawolf
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* The Hydro Hog is apparently the Alien Rangers' BigBad back home, but is destroyed by the Shogun Mega Falconzord. Remember that the Shogun Mega Falconzord ''isn't'' part of the Alien Rangers' natural arsenal, it was on loan from the Earth Rangers and was in fact their MidseasonUpgrade, so it being too powerful for him to handle.
27th Jul '14 1:44:13 PM timemonkey
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** This is only an issue if you ignore the later seasons since it's eventually established that dragons actually existed in ancient times so the dragonzord fit in just fine right from the beginning.
18th May '14 9:29:35 PM Aspie
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* In Season 1's "Different Drum", the monster's plan is to lure the Rangers in by kidnapping children and then using his music to brainwash the Rangers. So why does he spend time attacking them as opposed to playing his accordian for them the minute they arrive?
12th Mar '14 5:44:33 AM UnderlordZ
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* Season 3's Pink Ranger power transfer is interesting; Kimberley is able to pass her powers to Katherine in ''A Different Shade of Pink'' simply by giving her the Crane Power Coin, which as pointed out in ''HistoryOfPowerRangers'' is odd because to do the same in the previous season required the Sword of Light. Why it's possible here and not there could be because a few episodes back in ''A Ranger Catastrophe'', Kimberley's direct connection to the Coin was severed and rerouted through the other five Rangers to keep Rita and Zedd from gaining it. At this point, it ''would'' be as simple as handing the Coin over to her successor, because there's no direct connection to be transferred with it.
28th Aug '13 11:31:45 AM Technomaru
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** This also happened in the "Gosei Sentai Dairanger" movie when the Mythical Chi Beast RyuseiOh showed up to prevent the Duke of Trumps from burning the cards he turned kids into and he didn't even turn giant yet.
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