From History of Power Rangers - Mighty Morphin' Series One, his WTF moment at Zordon's request for "five overbearing and overemotional humans" to help save the world.
Linkara: Are you supposed to be joking? Five overbearing and overemotional humans? Yeah...those are traits that make for great superheroes. Has someone changed the water filter in your tube lately?
From his review of Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers season two:
Before the theme, when Lord Zedd mentions his dimension is "The Otherworld":
Linkara: Oh my god, Lord Zedd has access to the Otherworld of Silent Hill? No wonder he looks so freakishly awesome! ...Though he must've hired an interior decorator or something. His version of the Otherworld is rather well-lit and has a surprising amount of foliage.
Linkara's epic rant about the scene with the runaway baby carriage.
Linkara: "Anyway, to make a long story short, they decide it's time to "can this bitch"..."
The PWNED caption over the scene of Tommy telling Goldar "You are... out of your mind!" and then landing a flying punch on his chest before kicking his sword away.
At one point Linkara calls season two The Tommy Oliver Show Featuring the Power Rangers.
What makes the line funnier is how nonchalantly he says the line.
In his review of Season Three, he repeatedly refers to the Zeo Crystal as the "MacGuffin Crystal," saying that it will never be mentioned again. It's the way he says it.
When Master Vile departs the show, leaving Lord Zedd as the main villain once more, Linkara remarks he "expresses his happiness about being in charge again with his expected level of restraint and subtlety"
"YEEEEEEEES! I never thought I'd be happy to see the goody-goods triumph, but Goldar, I am very, very happy! *kisses him*"
The teaser with Billy and Adam sticking their hands out of the ground to grab some Tenga.
When going through the color changes of the season, when he gets to Tommy:
Linkara: And yes, Tommy, the Native American, is now the Red Ranger. Whoops.
His knocking on the Dawson Casting when talking about the infamous episode, "There's No Business like Snow Business" (paraphrased):
Linkara: This is a little uncomfortable, as she's supposed to be in her thirties, while Tommy is still a teenager. Well, in the show, anyway. I don't think anyone in the casting department has ever seen a real teenager.
"Last time on Power Rangers." *scenes of the Command Center blowing up* "Eh, nothing that important happened."
"Welcome friends, to Power Rangers Turbo: the series that almost ended the franchise."
Recall that this line was preceded by a 2-minute montage of Turbo footage that showcased the most awesome moments in the series ending with Justin saying "Guys, I'm the new Blue Ranger!"
"After a filler episode where [the Rangers] get baked into a giant pizza... Excuse me a moment. (walks away) AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHH! (walks back in, calmly continues review)" Poor guy, there's only so much he could take.
His response to the Turbo Zords, which can be summed up in one word: "WHY?!?"
"Uh, yeah, you've got cars now; they're super awesome. Here's the keys and your ranger powers- byyyye!"
"Tommy is suspended over the Vortex of Eternal Sorrow. I imagine it's like replaying this season in an endless loop."
His scathing rant on Turbo at the end of part one:
Linkara: This should've been the team graduating to the next level, dealing with the harsh world of adulthood as metaphor for growing threats and more dangerous adversaries. The stakes should've been higher, the audience should've grown along with the characters, and the characters developed to their fullest. Instead, we've got a friggin' twelve-year-old driving around in a supercar, the Rangers tossing the keys to their weapons over to a bunch of untested newbies, our wise leader and quirky-but-intelligent robot buddy replaced with a woman pretending to be deep and her jive-talking faux-street robot, intergalactic empires with armies of deadly soldiers replaced with a woman whose mask doesn't fit right in a submarine along with her incompetent nephew, and her tendency to whine every five seconds because she doesn't have the good sense to set her damn explosives for thirty seconds instead of an hour, AND WE HAVE A POLICE LIEUTENANT RUNNING A FREAKIN' JUICE BAR! GAAAAAHH!
Rita Repulsa: I have a headaaache!
Followed by the first thing you hear when Part 2 begins, with straightforward deadpan to contrast the above rant — "This season blows".
The Stinger at the end of the video, where the Blue Centurion stops the two pizza controlled vehicles.
Blue Centurion: Their evil pizzas were no match for a simple stoplight.
"They remove Psycho Yellow from the Megazord by using the anti-virus technique of hitting it with a sword."
"There is however one good part where Raph hits Elgar" * shows clip of Raph hitting Elgar* "And I like Elgar getting hit, as a matter of fact lets see that again. * shows the clip again.* Hah! That's for Zordon's tube, you cone-headed freak!
"KISS HER YOU IDIOT"
His authentic glee at the fact that the battlizer isn't just glitter.
"But this isn't the last we see from Darkonda, because it turns out he has extra lives... Yeah, he has extra lives. I wonder if he also has a save file he can load from."
When T.J. says something about heading to the Dagobah system, Linkara says, "And hey, if Yoda can't help them find Zordon, who can?"
His utter glee at Elgar being destroyed by the Z-Wave.
After Andros demorphs, Linkara calls him "Legolas".
Starting the Time Force review with a clip from the original series of the Rangers optimistically hoping for a future with no suffering or war....then cutting to the villains blowing things up and kicking the asses of the Rangers.
Mixing up the Time Force finale 'The End of Time' with the Doctor Who special of the same name.
His interpretation of Danny's pantomiming in The Teaser: "Actually, it sounds like it was about a kissing booth run by witches who pray to their god, Danny. The townspeople forced to write up their wills and drink themselves to sleep in fear. But, hey, props to Max for understanding any of that."
His growing confusion over the narrator. "Seriously, Mr. Narrator, who the hell are you?"
"Yes, this is the new Red Ranger... and he's talking to a monkey." (technically a chimpanzee, but that's aside)
The kid asks his mom to read him the story again, he points out the kid is asking to be read a story where the perfect paradise is being destroyed by evil.
"Despite his tactic of screaming like a madman, Merrick is knocked aside."
His reaction to Jen's Fetish Fuel outfit - "Holy crap, Jen. THAT'S special assignment gear for Time Force?!"
When Taylor punches Cole in the stomach and "drafts" him into the Rangers, he imagines how it would've been if Zordon had done things that way. "You have been chosen to form an elite group of heroes to fight Rita. And if you don't join up, Alpha will kick your asses until you do."
After the flashback of Shayla and Merrick singing to the Deerzord, Linkara shouts "Do you people begin to understand why I miss Ron Wasserman so much?!"
"They used to sing to it, accompanied by horrible green-screen shots of nature."
His reasoning for thinking about why Bulk and Skull respected Tommy so much in Forever Red.
His complaining about Ninja Storm not taking seriously the fact that Power Rangers are real, and that in severalseasons, important public events should be proof enough that the Power Rangers are real. Just the way that he almost whines in angry frustration makes it absolutely hilarious.
"This stuff happened! You can't deny it!" It goes on to the point where you think he's dealing with the PR-verse equivalent of 9/11 truthers.
"Oh yeah, and there was that period where time kinda reversed and we all became children and a bunch of aliens took over for us and Aisha remained behind in Africa in the past except she became a teenager again when time was restored and her family moved over to Africa too and this girl named Tanya joined us and...well, I guess all of that wasn't important. Also, Kimberly dumped me."
Ninja Staring Contest.
"Zeltrax gains a new Zord and-HOLY CRAP, HE JUST BLEW UP A MOUNTAIN!!!!!"
Doing his best to build up what the franchise did for its 500th episode, before admitting it's a Clip Show.
Linkara has a surprisingly philosophical idea about why Tommy goes through what he does in this season, such as being locked in morphed form, stuck as invisible, or fighting his former Ranger selves in the depths of his mind... before admitting that he's probably just rambling.
Pointing out the suggestive line from the first episode.
Elsa: My master calls me Elsa.
Linkara: Gee, Mesogog is into some kinky stuff!
Mesogog: Launch an aerial assault. The citizens of Reefside will think that idiot Lothor has returned.
Linkara: Heh, I like Mesogog already.
Similarly this line from the Clip Show during the Ninja Storm portion.
Linkara: I also love how Tommy says in the narration that it was the Thunder Rangers that gave them their biggest challenge. Further proving how worthless Lothor was as a villain.
His disbelief at the silver stripe on the Green Ranger's helmet, pointing out that, as the suit was featured in the Clip Show, they really shouldn't have made such a mistake.
Linkara: Geez, maybe Tommy's coma did some brain damage...
He refers to the Tyrannodrones as "the Stingwingers' demonic cousins." Particularly funny when you remember that the Tyrannodrones are in fact heavily modified Stingwinger costumes.
The first time the Omega Ranger & Battlizer-equipped Red Ranger strike dramatic poses, the screen flashes up "Crotch Shot" thanks to the camera being positioned directly inline of their crotches.
Go Go Power Sexism!
"I am Omega. Physics for losers."
Snarking about how Jason David Frank not returning for the second Dino Thunder/SPD crossover, even in voice over form, works out great since it just means that all we see of Tommy is his morphed form & that was how he was seen for a large chunk of Dino Thunder anyway.
His slight befuddlement at the series' lackluster titles for its opening episode and finale. ("Beginnings" and "Endings", respectively.)
As truthful as it is in regards to its overuse, is actually kinda hilarious hearing his complaining about the abundance of explosions this season and how it make both heroes and villains look like poor shots.
"There. Happy, now? I made a Room joke in this. Moving on."
At the very beginning of the series, mentions the EPIC way the show starts with Grumm blowing up a planet, followed by him commenting earnestly, "And there's your nightmare fuel kids!"
Speaking of EPIC, once he's gotten through part 1 of the finale, he says, "And yes, that was allpart 1."
When he talks about the Sam two-parter he's perplexed by how it seems the rangers never questioned their powers or how they got them.
Linkara: They just woke up one day and figured "Hey! I can walk through walls! Neato!" Weird.
In the first team-up Linkara goes on a mini-rant about Broodwing's forces attacking a quarry and how most team-ups in the Disney era happen in this kind of area.
Kat: The quarry's under attack.
Linkara: It's a freaking quarry! It has rocks in it! Is he attacking the rocks?!
"I elbow the person to the right of me in salute."
"Jack gives up his coat to a hunchbacked alien lady who came in too late for food...though clearly the coat's not going to fit her. Though they are aliens. Maybe she's planning on eating it."
When giving props to the dimension Nick ended in with Catastros, he praises that actually looks different from a normal place, as opposed to Lord Zedd's otherworld which sums up as "in front of a cave."
His reaction to Daggeron's Megazord (Paraphrased):
Linkara: A magical train that sucks the monster in, Ghostbusters style, and incinerates it in its engine.
This bit after Rose explains how she knows about Flurious and Moltor:
Linkara: Oh yeah, I heard about that course. It was headed by the same guy who did the lecture series "Universal Conquerors: From Lord Zedd to Lothor".
Linkara continuously bringing up Rose's quote on suggesting Mr. Hartford should just buy an army since he is filthy stinkin rich enough to afford it.
His response to someone saying that they can't have mercenaries in a children's show:
Linkara:DON'T WRITE YOUR STORY WITH PLOT HOLES THAT EVEN A CHILD COULD SEE THROUGH!!
Linkara states that Will is an idiot after hearing his "Telescopular" comment.
He states his dislike of the Kalish-splosions for every little thing in this season and finds that there is about 250 explosions throughout the whole freakin thing.
Every time Dax says something stupid (which happens a lot), Linkara responds with a "Shut up, Dax." The tone changes over the course of the review, going from "mildly annoyed" at the beginning of the review to "cursing his existence." by the end.
The first time happens after witnessing Dax do absolutely nothing while his girlfriend (who is actually a villain named Miratrix who used him to steal a Macguffin) escapes scot-free.
The second time happens during the team-up episode "Once A Ranger" when Linkara angrily states that he absolutely HATES Alpha's voice in the episode and goes on to ask why Richard Steven Horvitz, Wendee Lee, or Caterina Lucciani (Alpha's voice from Turbo) weren't asked to voice Alpha instead.
Linkara: Again, would it have been so damn hard to call Richard Horvitz, Wendee Lee, or hell, even Caterina Lucciani with the faux street voice and have one of them voice Alpha?!