Subsequently followed by Gluto remarking that the Blue Time Force Ranger is the ugliest one.
Mid-battle, Ransik appears and forcibly tells the MOTW not to mess up the Blue Ranger, due to the Blue Ranger unwittingly having a date later on with Nadira. Even goes so far as to groom Lucas and have Ransik call off his mooks, much to the confusion of Lucas' teammates.
Soon thereafter, Wes and Trip joke that Nadira and Lucas would be a cute couple, much to the dismay of Lucas.
Lucas is desperate to find a way out of the date and break up with Nadira, but is worried that Ransik will off him. So what do Lucas' friends plan on doing? Make Lucas into a a filthy, lazy, broke slob on their date.
After hearing Nadira and Lucas have broken up, Ransik gets livid.
No mention as to how it started? Well, it all started when Lucas is shown writing poetry of someone he loves...his car. That poem book was in his jacket when he morphed and when he morphed back, it dropped. Nadira picks it up and thinks it's about her and, well...the rest is history!
The entire episode becomes even funnier in hindsight after Nadira and Ransik both make their Heel–Face Turn and Lucas and Nadira do ultimately end up together in the next season at the end of "Reinforcements from the Future" making them the official Beta Couple to Wes and Jen.
In "Future Unknown", when the Monster of the Week, Vexicon, uses one of his egg bombs to blow up an empty car, he quips:
Vexicon: I hope you're insured!
One episode had a female mutant bewitching all three male Rangers, to the extent that they morph and battle each other, but when a most-certainly-not-jealous Jen discovers the truth:
In the first episode, the Time Force have to commandeer a vehicle in order to get to the Time Force prison faster. Jen stops one, prompting this exchange (which could qualify as a bit of an Establishing Character Moment for Katie):
Fun fact: The actor who plays the driver? Reuben Langdon. He also shows up as a tour guide later in the series....who ALSO gets his vehicle swiped by the Rangers, albeit being tricked out of it than the more "polite" way earlier. Better yet? It's once more Jen's idea, and she does a lot better than her first attempt.
In "Trip Takes a Stand", a driver, scared by Notacon, swerves off the road, his car headed towards a woman in a wheelchair with casts on her arm and leg, and her able-bodied friend, pushing the chair. We get a shot of the wheelchair clattering to the ground, and the car crashing. We then see the woman in the wheelchair seen standing up, perfectly calm, carrying her terrified friend in her arms. For the record, the same scene can be found in Timeranger.
Trip asking Wes if he can keep his hat in the final episode.