Put on a Bus: Halfway through, and Word of God (from two separate production regimes (specifically, Wild Force's head writer and Dino Thunder's showrunner) at that) confirms that she married Tommy several years later.
Darker and Edgier: When you think about it - his mom's dead, his dad apparently abandoned him, and he looks up to the other Rangers, Tommy in particular, as parental replacements. Ridiculously like Evangelion.
Tagalong Kid: Inverted, since he can actually put up a good fight.
Further inverted after the cast turn-over, which makes him the most experienced Ranger of the five.
Tomato in the Mirror: In "The Robot Ranger", Justin begins to freak out after he discovers all the other rangers are robots — then the reveal is that he's one, too! Then the real Justin walks out and reveals that the whole thing was an experiment to see if they could build perfect robot rangers for Zordon and Alpha.
When You Coming Home, Dad?: His dad wants to be there for him, but has difficulty finding a job. It's resolved by the end of the series, and keeping the family together is the main (in-universe) reason he doesn't go into space with the other Rangers. His brief reappearance in Space reinforces the happy ending.
Theodore Jay "T.J." Jarvis Johnson / Red Turbo Ranger II | (Actor: Selwyn Ward)
Nice Guy: Possibly one of the most laid-back and easy-going Red Rangers ever. The guy was even nice to Bulk and Skull! Compare that to his predecessor's initial hostility towards the bumbling duo during the MMPR days...
Characterization Marches On: It's weird to see her acting somewhat selfishly and timid in "Passing the Torch" compared to the rest of her appearances, especially if comparing those episodes to Lost Galaxy's "The Power of Pink".
Art Shift: In the movie and the three-part premiere "Shift into Turbo", his head is shinier, he's is a little slimmer, and the curved lightning bolt on his chest is straight. It's similar to the design used by his successor, Alpha 6.
Yet, in "Passing the Torch", he is reverted to his previous design, again.
Figure It Out Yourself: Dimitria spent the first half of the series doing this (her species could only talk in questions, supposedly, though fellow "Inquirian" Visceron didn't have this problem), only to drop this practice when the four veteran Rangers- probably more experienced at this sort of thing than she was- were retired and replaced, at which point she got a lot more direct.
Get it? Because it sounds like inquiry/inquire? Question?
Put on a Bus: Left Angel Grove in "The Shadow Rangers" to go build a bridge for his Foreign Service Unit in the Amazon.
Real Life Writes the Plot: His actor, Richard Genelle, was suffering health problems at the time, so he had to leave the show.
Bulk & Skull | (Actors: Paul Schrier and Jason Narvy)
Everything's Better with Monkeys: In the first half of this season, Bulk and Skull got turned into chimpanzees by Elgar in the "Shift into Turbo" three-parter. They were turned back into humans by one of Divatox's torpedoes in "Honey, I Shrunk the Rangers", which would lead to this next trope...
Divatox | (Actresses: Hilary Shepard Turner —> Carol Hoyt)
Aborted Arc: Was going to be revealed as Dimitria's long-lost twin sister, which was hinted at in "Transmission Impossible". This was possibly proven to be true after she got hit by Zordon's purification wave, as purified Divatox wore a pure white dress that looked just like Dimitria's.
The Bad Guy Wins: Yes sadly, once she found out where the Command Center was. She ordered a full on assault of the base. Dimitra leaving and the Rangers losing their Zords contributed to their weakened power, allowing her forces to overwhelm them and decimate the base. It was only through Divatox being called away to the Council of Evil that saved the rangers from being finished off.
Not-So-Harmless Villain: A lot goofier and less threatening than The Machine Empire and Lord Zedd, and hell even Rita. There's even an episode where she gets amnesia and ends up working at a pizza parlor....in the season finale she sends a monster that destroys both the Rangers zords, captures their Cool Car allies, and leads an assault on the Power Chambers, and destroys it and the Rangers powers, making her the first villain to truly defeat the Power Rangers.
Humongous Mecha: Is surprisingly a good pilot of these. Elgar was beating both the Rangers and the Blue Senturion in a Zord fight, until one of the arms fell, causing Elgar to retreat back to the Space Base. And when Elgar returned, with Terrorzord fixed, he once again only lost when the monster of the week accidentally transformed the Terrorzord into a camel, with Elgar sitting on it.