History Series / PowerRangersZeo

16th Mar '17 8:09:39 PM Eddy1215
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* AscendedExtra: Borax's ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' counterpart, Bara-Ivy, was just a regular MonsterOfTheWeek in ''Ohranger''. Here, his race is the mortal enemy of the Gold Ranger.
14th Mar '17 8:26:08 PM Eddy1215
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* AdaptationalVillainy: Defector from "Trust in Me." His Ohranger counterpart Bara Revenger actually ''was'' a good guy, and only fought the Ohrangers when Baranoia took control of his body.

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* AdaptationalVillainy: Defector [[FakeDefector Defector]] from "Trust in Me." His Ohranger counterpart Bara Revenger actually ''was'' a good guy, and only fought the Ohrangers when Baranoia took control of his body.
6th Mar '17 7:20:25 PM tyrekecorrea
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** OhNoNotAgain: Lord Zedd spends much of his screentime in "The Ranger Who Came in from the Gold" fixing a flat tire on his and Rita's RV; Rita whines when, at the end of the episode, [[HereWeGoaAgain they get another flat tire]].

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** OhNoNotAgain: Lord Zedd spends much of his screentime in "The Ranger Who Came in from the Gold" fixing a flat tire on his and Rita's RV; Rita whines when, at the end of the episode, [[HereWeGoaAgain they get the RV gets another flat tire]].
6th Mar '17 7:19:04 PM tyrekecorrea
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* OhNoNotAgain: Lord Zedd spends much of his screentime in "The Ranger Who Came in from the Gold" fixing a flat tire on his and Rita's RV; Rita whines when, at the end of the episode, they get another flat tire.

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* ** OhNoNotAgain: Lord Zedd spends much of his screentime in "The Ranger Who Came in from the Gold" fixing a flat tire on his and Rita's RV; Rita whines when, at the end of the episode, [[HereWeGoaAgain they get another flat tire.tire]].
6th Mar '17 7:12:45 PM tyrekecorrea
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* OhNoNotAgain: Lord Zedd spends much of his screentime in "The Ranger Who Came in from the Gold" fixing a flat tire on his and Rita's RV; Rita whines when, at the end of the episode, they get another flat tire.



** Notably, Zedd of all people is a subversion. He'd gladly destroy the Rangers himself, but as he asks, "[[PragmaticVillainy Who cares]] ''[[PragmaticVillainy who]]'' [[PragmaticVillainy destroys those Ranger brats?]]"

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** *** Notably, Zedd of all people is a subversion. He'd gladly destroy the Rangers himself, but as he asks, "[[PragmaticVillainy Who cares]] ''[[PragmaticVillainy who]]'' [[PragmaticVillainy destroys those Ranger brats?]]"



* ParentalBonus: The target audience for Power Rangers is 6-11 which means that if their parents were between 20 and 30 they would be born between 1954 and 1970, which means the majority would have been alive for the third moon landing in 1971, meaning they would likely remember the golf ball(s) Alan Shepard left there. Why does this matter you ask? Well Rito finds one ~3 minutes into "The Joke's on Blue". Also qualifies as a GeniusBonus for the kids smart enough to know that too.

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* ParentalBonus: The target audience for Power Rangers is 6-11 which means that if their parents were between 20 and 30 they would be born between 1954 and 1970, which means the majority would have been alive for the third moon landing in 1971, meaning they would likely remember the golf ball(s) Alan Shepard left there. Why does this matter you ask? Well Rito finds one ~3 minutes into "The Joke's on Blue". Also qualifies as a GeniusBonus for the kids smart enough to know that too.who are also knowledgeable about it.
2nd Mar '17 9:07:22 AM Gairyuki
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** Partial example: Whenever Rocky or Adam individually morph, especially in the early episodes, their arm gestures are noticeably different from the others. Theirs are actually the transformation gestures from ''Ohranger''. Incidentally, Tommy himself would perform morphing gestures closer to ''Ohranger's'' than to ''Zeo's'' in [[Series/PowerRangersWildForce Forever Red]]

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** Partial example: Whenever Rocky or Adam individually morph, especially in the early episodes, their arm gestures are noticeably different from the others. Theirs are actually the transformation gestures from ''Ohranger''. Incidentally, Tommy himself would perform morphing gestures closer to ''Ohranger's'' than to ''Zeo's'' in [[Series/PowerRangersWildForce Forever Red]]Red]].
2nd Mar '17 9:07:00 AM Gairyuki
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** Partial example: Whenever Rocky or Adam individually morph, especially in the early episodes, their arm gestures are noticeably different from the others. Theirs are actually the transformation gestures from ''Ohranger''. Incidentally, Tommy himself would perform morphing gestures closer to ''Ohranger's'' than to ''Zeo's'' in [[Series/PowerRangersWildForce Forever Red]]
23rd Feb '17 9:36:10 AM StFan
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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Squatt and Baboo, after having been main villains since Season 1's "Day of the Dumpster," are last seen when Zedd and Rita evacuate the moon to escape from the Machine Empire. When the couple returns later in the season to plot their return to power, Squatt and Baboo are nowhere to be seen, with not even a throw-away line to explain their absence.
** Squatt actually does make an appearance two series later in the GrandFinale of ''[[PowerRangersInSpace Power Rangers In Space]]'', as one can see [[http://rangerarchive.com/Power%20Rangers/Army1.html here]]. However, it's alongside a whole bunch of other previously seen monsters, so he's easy to miss. No reported sign of Baboo, though.

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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Squatt and Baboo, after having been main villains since Season 1's "Day of the Dumpster," are last seen when Zedd and Rita evacuate the moon to escape from the Machine Empire. When the couple returns later in the season to plot their return to power, Squatt and Baboo are nowhere to be seen, with not even a throw-away line to explain their absence.
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absence. Squatt actually does make an appearance two series later in the GrandFinale of ''[[PowerRangersInSpace Power Rangers In Space]]'', ''Series/PowerRangersInSpace'', as one can see [[http://rangerarchive.com/Power%20Rangers/Army1.html here]]. However, it's alongside a whole bunch of other previously seen monsters, so he's easy to miss. No reported sign of Baboo, though.
16th Feb '17 12:19:37 PM TitoMosquito
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* AdaptationSpeciesChange: In ''Ohranger'', the robotic villains originated from Pangea Earth. Here, they're aliens, as with the villains from ''Zyuranger'', ''Dairanger'', and ''Kakuranger''.
8th Feb '17 7:28:35 PM themisterfree
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Zedd and Rita were also not quite out of the picture, as they worked to reclaim their status as the series villains and sometimes their guerrilla strikes against the Machine Empire ended up helping the Rangers. It is one of the more popular seasons, as it had classic characters, an epic scope ''and'' decent writing. It also set up the concept of the Ranger changing powers and costumes once a year, and further established more rangers trading in and out. Some also consider it to be in some ways better than the original seasons in terms of quality, with a greater focus on character development and more dramatic moments. In other words, ''Zeo'' had some big shoes to fill, and they were filled well.

Unfortunately ratings that had begun to decline in season 3 dropped even further in Zeo, leading to Turbo dropping several plot points and hastily transitioning to the Turbo powers with barely an explanation.

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Zedd and Rita were also not quite out of the picture, as they worked to reclaim their status as the series villains and sometimes their guerrilla strikes against the Machine Empire ended up helping the Rangers. It is one of the more popular seasons, as it had classic characters, an epic scope ''and'' decent writing. It also set up the concept of the Ranger changing powers and costumes once a year, and further established more rangers Rangers trading in and out. Some also consider it to be in some ways better than the original seasons in terms of quality, with a greater focus on character development and more dramatic moments. In other words, ''Zeo'' had some big shoes to fill, and they were filled well.

Unfortunately ratings that had begun to decline in season 3 dropped even further in Zeo, ''Zeo'', leading to Turbo ''Turbo'' dropping several plot points and hastily transitioning to the Turbo ''Turbo'' powers with barely an explanation.



* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever: Besides the usual monster attacks, the season finale "Good as Gold" sees the Rangers grow in size in order to combat King Mondo. Sure they could've used their zords, but Trey said there was no time for that. Yeah, right.

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* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever: Besides the usual monster attacks, the season finale "Good as Gold" sees the Rangers grow in size in order to combat King Mondo. Sure they could've used their zords, Zords, but Trey said there was no time for that. Yeah, right.right.
** He's kinda justified- considering that Mondo was rebuilt ''after'' being sliced in half by the Super Zeo Megazord earlier, presumably Trey thought that the Rangers themselves could defeat him again.



* ChestInsignia: Personal geometric shapes on the helmet visors, team emblems on the belts.

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* ChestInsignia: Personal geometric shapes on the helmet visors, team emblems on the belts.belts and various pieces of equipment (including the hilts of the Super Zeo Megazord's sabers and the center of the Warrior Wheel).


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* SpecialEffectsEvolution: Compared to the old Command Center set, the Power Chamber is far bigger and more impressive looking.
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