History YMMV / PowerRangersTurbo

5th Feb '16 6:51:10 PM Scorntex
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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: When her interactions with her mother are taken into consideration, along her general lack of success, Divatox comes across less as someone who willingly went into a life of evil piracy, and more someone who was forced into it, regardless of her actual skill.
23rd Jan '16 12:02:19 PM Scorntex
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* {{Asspull}}: The "transition" (term used ''very'' loosely) between ''Series/PowerRangersZeo'' and this series.
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* {{Asspull}}: {{Asspull}}: ** The "transition" (term used ''very'' loosely) between ''Series/PowerRangersZeo'' and this series. series. ** Likewise, the changing of the guard from the old team to their replacements, which comes out of absolutely nowhere, none of the new Rangers are seen having any reaction to the offer. They just literally show up and the audience is told "these guys are the Rangers now". And then the next episode has them as fully established as a team, with no teething period whatsoever.
22nd Jan '16 10:11:37 AM Scorntex
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* EarWorm: The main theme.
6th Jul '15 1:33:24 AM Mikeyfan93
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* BrokenBase: Some people still claim this is the worst season even though arguably, there have been worse seasons since (Operation Overdrive and Wild Force in particular are often seen as having taken the Worst Season Title). Some people agree that while the first half was pretty bad the second half was an improvement. Others believed the first half was bad but the second half was even worse for changing the entire cast save Justin (who was decidedly unpopular). However, most can agree that the first 19 or so episodes of Turbo weren't Power Rangers' best.
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* BrokenBase: Some people still claim this is the worst season even though arguably, there have been worse seasons since (Operation Overdrive and Wild Force Super Megaforce in particular are often seen as having taken the Worst Season Title). Some people agree that while the first half was pretty bad the second half was an improvement. Others believed the first half was bad but the second half was even worse for changing the entire cast save Justin (who was decidedly unpopular). However, most can agree that the first 19 or so episodes of Turbo weren't Power Rangers' best.
2nd Jun '15 7:02:34 AM Phoenixion
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** T.J. and Carlos aren't hated, and they are actually likeable characters. But the fact that they replace Tommy and Adam don't please many of their fans.
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** T.J. and Carlos aren't hated, and they are actually likeable characters. But the fact that they replace Tommy and Adam don't doesn't please many of fans at first. But at least, they do grow into good characters on their fans.own rights.
2nd Jun '15 7:00:08 AM Phoenixion
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** T.J. and Carlos aren't hated, and they are actually likeable characters. But the fact that they replace Tommy and Adam don't please many of their fans.
19th Mar '15 8:25:08 PM RedSky
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** Again, it didn't really help matters when the source material it was based on was actually a self-parody of the ''Sentai'' series, so when they tried to make it more "serious", of course they would run into a lot of problems (with the pizza-episode being the most infamous one). Eventually, they managed to work around the source material half-way through the season; but who knows how the series ''[[WhatCouldHaveBeen could]]'' have turned out if they had just taken the risk in the first place of poking fun at themselves (in a [[AffectionateParody lighthearted]] sort of way), writing the comedic/satirical elements in a way so that it is taylored for an American youth audience, and not taking themselves too seriously...
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** Again, it didn't really help matters when the source material it was based on was actually a self-parody of the ''Sentai'' series, so when they tried to make it more "serious", of course they would run into a lot of problems (with the pizza-episode being the most infamous one). Eventually, they managed to work around the source material half-way through the season; but who knows how the series ''[[WhatCouldHaveBeen could]]'' have turned out if they had just taken the risk in the first place of poking fun at themselves (in a [[AffectionateParody lighthearted]] sort of way), writing the slapstick and the comedic/satirical elements in a way so that it is taylored for an American youth audience, and not taking themselves too seriously...
19th Mar '15 8:23:11 PM RedSky
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* NeverLiveItDown: Getting baked into a giant pizza. Though in the team-up "[[Series/PowerRangersWildForce Forever Red]]", T.J. did kind of take it in stride, bringing it up in a bit of SelfDeprecation humour, much to the chagrin of the other Red Rangers (except for Cole, who was quite curious to hear the tale) who are implied to have heard T.J. telling them the tale so many times already.
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* NeverLiveItDown: Getting baked into a giant pizza. Though in the team-up "[[Series/PowerRangersWildForce Forever Red]]", T.J. did kind of take it in stride, bringing it up in a bit of SelfDeprecation humour, much to the chagrin of the other Red Rangers (except for Cole, who was quite curious to hear the tale) who are implied to have heard T.J. telling them the tale so many times already. By [[PlayedForLaughs playing this for laughs]], it's highly likely that the writers and producers did feel a little badly for having the infamous pizza episode; and so, through T.J., they wanted to make up for it and poke fun at themselves for it.
19th Mar '15 8:18:11 PM RedSky
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* NeverLiveItDown: Getting baked into a giant pizza. Though in the team-up "[[Series/PowerRangersWildForce Forever Red]]", T.J. did kind of take it in stride, bringing it up in a bit of SelfDeprecation humour, much to the chagrin of the other Red Rangers (except for Cole, who was quite curious to hear the tale).
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* NeverLiveItDown: Getting baked into a giant pizza. Though in the team-up "[[Series/PowerRangersWildForce Forever Red]]", T.J. did kind of take it in stride, bringing it up in a bit of SelfDeprecation humour, much to the chagrin of the other Red Rangers (except for Cole, who was quite curious to hear the tale).tale) who are implied to have heard T.J. telling them the tale so many times already.
19th Mar '15 8:14:50 PM RedSky
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* NeverLiveItDown: Getting baked into a giant pizza. Though in the team-up "[[Series/PowerRangersWildForce Forever Red]]", T.J. did kind of take it in stride, bringing it up in a bit of SelfDeprecation, much to the chagrin of the other Red Rangers (except for Cole, who was quite curious to hear the tale).
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* NeverLiveItDown: Getting baked into a giant pizza. Though in the team-up "[[Series/PowerRangersWildForce Forever Red]]", T.J. did kind of take it in stride, bringing it up in a bit of SelfDeprecation, SelfDeprecation humour, much to the chagrin of the other Red Rangers (except for Cole, who was quite curious to hear the tale).
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