Characters / Power Rangers Turbo

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     Our Heroes 

Tommy Oliver / Red Turbo Ranger I

Portrayed by: Actor: Jason David Frank
Voiced by: Daniel Abundis (Latin American Spanish)

Note: This section is only for tropes used in Turbo. For the rest, see the character sheets for Mighty Morphin, Zeo, and Dino Thunder.

Adam Park / Green Turbo Ranger I

Portrayed by: Johnny Yong Bosch
Voiced by: Rubén Leon (Mexico - eps. 1 and 17, Latin American Spanish), Gerardo del Valle (eps. 18 and 19, Latin American Spanish)

Note: This section is only for tropes used in Turbo. For the rest, see the character sheets for Mighty Morphin, and Zeo.

Kat Hillard / Pink Turbo Ranger I

Portrayed by: Catherine Sutherland
Voiced by: Laura Torres (Latin American Spanish)

Note: This section is only for tropes used in Turbo. For the rest, see the character sheets for Mighty Morphin, and Zeo.

Tanya Sloan / Yellow Turbo Ranger I

Portrayed by: Nakia Burrise
Voiced by: Pilar Escandón (Latin American Spanish)

Note: This section is only for tropes used in Turbo. For the rest, see the character sheet for Power Rangers Zeo.

Justin Stewart / Blue Turbo Ranger

Portrayed by: Blake Foster
Voiced by: Alfredo Leal (Latin American Spanish)

  • Adorably Precocious Child: Only twelve years old and he seems to be the first to ever get the hint when a bad guy is on the prowl.
  • Ascended Fanboy
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Big Burpa didn't see Justin coming in "Bicycle Built for the Blues" after she put him on that bike of doom!
  • BFG: Two actually.
  • Cousin Oliver
  • 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.
  • Grade Skipper: After breezing through an exam at the beginning of the season, Justin is allowed to enroll in the ninth grade at Angel Grove High.
  • Kid-Appeal Character: Quite possibly one of the most obvious textbook examples of this trope in TV history.
  • Kid Hero
  • Pintsized Powerhouse: Once got bitten by a radioactive ant and got super-strength in "Little Strong Man", but unfortunately had to give it up to continue being a Power Ranger.
  • Put on a Bus: "Chase into Space". Came back for Power Rangers in Space episode "True Blue to the Rescue".
  • Sizeshifter/Older Alter Ego: Whenever he morphed into a Ranger, his body's height grew to match those of the other rangers (while his voice is still sounded like his usual 12-year-old self), for no apparent reason given.
  • The Smart Guy / Badass Bookworm: He's smart enough to be several grades ahead in school.
  • 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

Portrayed by: Selwyn Ward
Voiced by: Benjamín Rivera (Latin American Spanish)

Note: This section is only for tropes used in Turbo. For the rest, see the character sheet for Power Rangers in Space.

Carlos Vallerte / Green Turbo Ranger II

Portrayed by: Roger Velasco
Voiced by: Carlos Hugo Hidalgo (Latin American Spanish)

Note: This section is only for tropes used in Turbo. For the rest, see the character sheet for Power Rangers in Space.

Ashley Hammond / Yellow Turbo Ranger II

Portrayed by: Tracy Lynn Cruz
Voiced by: Mayra Arellano (Latin American Spanish)

Note: This section is only for tropes used in Turbo. For the rest, see the character sheet for Power Rangers in Space.

Cassie Chan / Pink Turbo Ranger II

Portrayed by: Patricia Ja Lee
Voiced by: Rocío Prado (Latin American Spanish)

Note: This section is only for tropes used in Turbo. For the rest, see the character sheet for Power Rangers in Space.

     Their Friends 

The Blue Senturion

Voiced by: David Walsh, Alejandro Illescas (Latin American Spanish)

  • Badass Biker
  • By-the-Book Cop: He is a no-nonsense cop. This means when he's not fighting Divatox's latest monster, he's writing tickets for parking infractions.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: Came from a thousand years in the future to deliver the "Millenium Message", which was intercepted before it got to Zordon. Cue serious repercussions the next season.
  • Heel–Face Revolving Door: Turned evil by Divatox in three different episodes: "The Millenium Message", "Stitch Witchery", and "Beware the Third Wish".
  • The Sixth Ranger: He fills the role, despite not being a Ranger proper.
  • Space Police: He is a cop and not from Earth.

The Phantom Ranger

Voiced by: Alex Dood, José García (Latin American Spanish)

Rocky DeSantos

Portrayed by: Steve Cardenas
Voiced by: Sergio Bonilla (Latin American Spanish)


Voiced by: Bob Manahan, Jorge Santos (Latin American Spanish)

Alpha 5

Voiced by: Richard Steven Horvitz, Rocío Prado (Latin American Spanish)

  • 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.
  • Put on a Bus: Accompanied Zordon home, and presumed dead in the attack on Eltar.
  • Robot Buddy
  • Verbal Tic: Ai yi yi yi yi!


Portrayed by: Carol Hoyt
Voiced by: Rebeca Manríquez (Latin American Spanish)

  • Convenient Replacement Character
  • Divergent Character Evolution: Whereas Zordon acted like a kind but stern leader to the Rangers, Dimitria treats them more like a parent would a child.
  • 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?
  • Midseason Replacement: For Zordon.
  • Woman in White: She's dressed in white.

Alpha 6

Voiced by: Katerina Luciani, Araceli de León (base voice, Latin American Spanish), Ana María Grey (ep. 20, Latin American Spanish)


Portrayed by: Richard Genelle
Voiced by: Luis Alfonso Padilla (Latin American Spanish)

  • Non-Action Guy
  • 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)

Portrayed by: Paul Schrier (Bulk) and Jason Narvy (Skull) note 
Voiced by: Carlos del Campo (Bulk, Latin American Spanish) and Roberto Carrillo (Skull, Latin American Spanish)

  • Being Good Sucks: At one point, they come into possession of a magic coin which can grant any wish they desire, free of charge and with no apparent twists. In the end they flag down the Rangers and give it to Justin to de-brainwash the Blue Senturion. Bulk and Skull clearly are reluctant to do so, given what they could've done.
  • Cassandra Truth: In one instance, they try to claim aliens were stealing items they were supposed to be delivering. Despite living in a city that has a system for alien attacks, their employer doesn't buy it, until TJ stands up for them.
  • 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...
  • Invisible Main Character: "Stitch Witchery", until the invisibility wore off, that is...
  • Plucky Comic Relief
  • The Mind Is a Plaything of the Body: As chimps, both of them find themselves desiring bananas a lot.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: When the subject of tennis comes up, they try to claim they're experts, despite Skull not even knowing what Wimbledon even is.
  • Those Two Guys: As usual, they're never seen without each other.
  • Too Dumb to Live: They have their moments, Skull in particular seems to have lost some of his intelligence on the return to humanity. Like not noticing a massive forest fire, when they were employed as park rangers in a lookout tower.
  • The Unintelligible: As monkeys, they still speak with their normal voices, and can speak with one another, but nobody else can understand them.
  • What You Are in the Dark: When they have the magic coin that can grant one wish for anything they want, they are tempted and nearly do use it themselves...until they notice the Rangers need it more. While no one would know they would've passed up the chance to save the Blue Senturion (or even known that it was needed), they still flag down the Rangers and hand it over despite being extremely tempted by the chance to have anything they wanted. Justin commends them for doing the right thing.
  • Why Do You Keep Changing Jobs?: After being turned back from chimps, they go through a series of jobs, either because of their own laziness and / or incompetence, alien attacks, disasters, or just because. Cassie finally points it out in the second-to-last episode.

Lt. Stone

Portrayed by: Gregg Bullock
Voiced by: Gustavo Carrillo (Latin American Spanish)

     Their Enemies 


Portrayed by: Carol Hoyt (eps. 1-25), Hilary Shepard Turner (eps. 26-45)
Voiced by: Rebeca Manríquez (Latin American Spanish)

  • 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 Power Chamber 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 by Dark Specter that saved the rangers from being finished off.
  • Big Bad: For Turbo.
  • Breast Plate: In the Turbo movie.
  • Catch-Phrase: "VIVA LA DIVA!"
  • Cleavage Window: Her breastplate has this in the movie, showing off her rather sizeable bust; she was covered up in the series.
  • Dark Chick
  • Evil Is Hammy: With that catchphrase, could she be anything else? Two flavors of ham, in fact, due to being played by two different actresses. Carol Hoyt played her more cold and calculating, whereas Hilary Shepard Turner played more a little more loony.
  • Figure It Out Yourself: When Elgar asked why she doesn't like Dimitria
    Divatox: She's the embodiment of good, and I'm the embodiment of evil. YOU DO THE MATH!
  • Forgot the Call/Laser-Guided Amnesia: In "Trouble by the Slice". Bonus points for using an actual laser (or rather, a teleportation ray turned Up to Eleven, but still)!
  • I'm a Humanitarian: When the Rangers were shrunk down and stuck in her ship, Divatox cornered them and grabbed Tanya with her extendable tongue and attempted to eat her.
  • It's All About Me: She is so self absorbed she even blows kisses at her reflections and constantly kisses herself when she's proud of what she's done.
  • It's Personal: Her attacking Earth comes entirely from the Rangers foiling her attempt to marry an ancient demon and killing him.
  • Large Ham: As mentioned above. Also in one episode, she tries yelling at Porto, first as is and then through a megaphone. There's no difference in her volume between them.
  • Mad Bomber: Her preferred method of attack are bombs. Normally in places that will harm a very large number of people.
  • Make My Monster Grow: "Fire the torpedoes!"
  • Malicious Misnaming: Calls Rita Repulsa "Frita" in the first episode of Power Rangers in Space.
  • Meaningful Name: Her name has the word DIVA in it for a reason.
  • Ms. Fanservice: Her outfit certainly invokes this trope.
  • 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 the season finale she sends a monster that destroys both the Megazords, captures their Cool Car allies, and leads an assault on the Power Chamber, and destroys it and the Rangers' powers, making her the first villain to truly defeat the Power Rangers.
    • While she can be goofy, her attacks often involve bombings that could kill a large number of people.
  • Psychopathic Manchild: Hilary Shepard Turner in particular plays her as essentially being a spoilt teenaged brat, who just happens to be an alien pirate queen with whole armies ready to serve her every whim.
  • Spoiled Brat: And how!
  • Stripperific: Downplayed in the series.
  • Subverted Catchphrase: In "Carlos and the Count," she says "Launch the torpedoes!"
  • Surrounded by Idiots: While Divatox is no strategic genius herself, her minions are usually just outright morons at the best of times.
  • "Take That!" Kiss: Divatox captures the Phantom Rangers's ruby and without it, he will die. She gleefuly gives it a long passionate kiss in front of Cassie. Also, she blasts TJ with a laser, causing him to plummet to his death and she excitedly blows him a goodbye kiss.
  • Weapon of Choice: It's easier to count the number of episodes where she doesn't use a detonator, even incorporating them into plans which don't need them. It's unsurprising that at least one Wire Dilemma comes up.
  • Working with the Ex: One monster of the week is her former boyfriend, who left her at the altar.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Since one of her opponents is a pre-teen, after all. At one point, one of her plans involves sticking a bomb on a bike given to Justin, then making him unable to jump off.
  • You Meddling Kids: Comes up when the Rangers are looking for the detonator used in "Glyph Hanger."


Voiced by: Derek Stephen Prince, Hernán López (Latin American Spanish)

  • Bald of Evil: Has no hair, except for one time when he used one of the Wicked Wisher's wishing coins to get some. It didn't last.
  • Butt-Monkey: Either when working for Divatox in Turbo or Astronema in Space.
  • Completely Missing the Point: Despite Divatox routinely yelling at him, hitting him, ignoring him when he's being attacked by monsters kept on the sub, or slicing his wrist off, Elgar is convinced she likes him.
  • The Ditz: In the first episode, he gets sent to place a bomb in a power plant, which he does easily enough. Then he gets lost trying to find the way out, and when next seen is wandering around the place, now trying to look for a gas station.
    • In another episode, he removes the torpedoes from their launch system to that he can clean them up.
    • Or when Divatox is sent tumbling to the ground by an earthquake, Elgar is convinced she's looking for something.
  • Death by Adaptation: He dies in the following season, but his Sentai counterpart survived in the end of Carranger.
  • Dumb Muscle: Emphasis on the dumb part.
  • 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.
  • Lighter and Softer / Bowdlerize: The suit was redesigned slightly when it was brought over from Japan; Zelmoda's wild eyes and Joker-esque grin where softened significantly, giving Elgar a mostly dumb look instead. It gets weird in several scenes where they use Zelmoda's Stock Footage as Elgar suddenly changes appearance without warning.
  • No Indoor Voice: Most of the time, Elgar yells his lines.
  • The Load: On his best days, Elgar's a nuisance and a distraction. On his worst, he does more to sabotage Divatox's schemes just by being there than the Rangers ever do. Divatox does eventually get wise to this, such as when trying out a new flying car Porto's made for her, and Elgar says he made the fuel. Divatox quickly backs out and suggests Elgar try it. The car doesn't go more than a few feet before it goes boom.
  • Unexplained Recovery: In the movie, Divatox shoved him into Maligore's pit. Come the first episode, he shows up again none the worse for wear, aside from smelling burnt.


Voiced by: Ed Neil (earlier episodes), Lex Lang (later episodes), Mario Sauret (Latin American Spanish)

  • Morality Pet: He's the only one of her crew that Divatox seems to have at least a shred of soft spot for.
  • The Dragon: To Divatox, if only by default. Elgar is too Elgar to be of any use, and Porto's the scientist.
  • The Brute: He never fights but he's quite strong.
  • Top-Heavy Guy: Subverted. He looks like he is, but actually it's just his outfit.


Voiced by: Scott Page-Pagter, Víctor Delgado (Latin American Spanish)

General Havoc

Voiced by: Tom Wyner, Cesar Arías (Latin American Spanish)

  • Foil: To his sister, Divatox. He's everything she isn't; calm, collected, cultured, competent, an actual threat to the Rangers.
  • Large Ham: Lampshaded in a blooper from "The Darkest Day" when two of his Chromites declare him "the general of ham acting".
  • Not So Above It All: While he is miles ahead of Divatox in most respects, it still took him over a hundred years to get around to building that base he promised her.
  • Put on a Bus: Survived his final fight with the Rangers and vowed to return one day with an even more powerful Metallasaurus. Made a couple cameos the following season.
  • Quintessential British Gentleman: Fits this trope despite being an alien. When he first meets the rangers, he's shown having a Spot of Tea, and is even polite enough to offer them a muffin.
  • Related in the Adaptation: Ritchihiker wasn't connected to Divatox's counterpart Zonnette at all.
  • Spared by the Adaptation: His counterpart, Instructor Ritchihiker, perished when his upgraded Braking mecha was destroyed, but Havoc survives, vowing to return with a new one. Averted the following season when he dies as a result of Zordon's energy wave.