Radar / Power Rangers

  • Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers:
    • In "Green with Evil, Part IV", when Those Two Guys Bulk and Skull are caught in yet another monster attack:
    Bulk: I want my mommy!
    Skull: (without thinking) Yeah — I want your mommy!
    (Bulk shoots him a look)
    Rocky: They (the Power Rangers) really reached out and touched me!
    • What makes that better is the sly look he gives Adam before delivering the line.
    • Zedd ultimately wants a baby. Rita doesn't want to be pregnant. Yes, they have Zedd and Rita discussing their sex lives.
    • The Season 3 episode "Follow That Cab!" has Tommy saying he's glad he can make Kim scream.
  • Power Rangers Zeo:
  • Turbo:
    • They managed to get the villain being a terrorist bomber past the radar by referring to the bombs as "detonators" as she tried to bomb fire trucks, bridges, parks, skyscrapers...
    • Divatox in general is a major example: her costume is quite revealing for something from a kids show. Especially in the movie where she wears a chest plate that shows off quite a lot of Hillary Shepard Turner's bust.
    • Don't forget the infamous episode of Turbo in which the Rangers are baked into a giant pizza. TJ confronts the monster with the wonderful quote: "We're here to toss your salad!"
  • In one of the early Psycho Ranger appearances during Power Rangers in Space, Ashley has an obvious panty shot that the censors apparently missed.
    • Interestingly enough, her undershorts were actually yellow, corresponding to her Ranger color. You wonder if the costuming department actually had that much influence.
  • In a Lost Galaxy episode, Leo tried to score a date with a girl but had to deal with her motorcycle-riding brother. At one point, the brother offers "Want to take her for a test drive?" The question hangs in the air for a bit before he clarifies "The bike!"
    • Not to mention that the last episodes feature the villain ordering suicide bombings.
  • Lightspeed Rescue had the Hot Scientist recuperating in the medical wing... and the Dogged Nice Guy pursuing her trying to peek under her sheet. (Don't worry. They end up married.)
  • Power Rangers Time Force crosses this with Unfortunate Implications: The heroes of the series are from a eugenic utopia, and the bad guys are the rejects.
    • It's not just implications: being treated the way they were is why the mutants turned against humanity. Revenge means becoming what you hate, and it being a vicious cycle and all... it's kinda what the whole series is about. There's a reason PRTF is considered one of the darkest... and one of the best.
  • Wild Force had main character Cole's parents murdered by the Big Bad prior to the first episode. The Fox Kids censors would only let Cole's parents be murdered because the producers lied that the show would later reveal that Cole's parents were alive and were merely a brainwashed Jindrax and Toxica, knowing full well that the show was moving to ABC Kids/ABC Family in the second half and that Disney didn't bother to watch the first half, and was ignorant to that scene.
    • And the way they died is definitely a Family-Unfriendly Death.
    • Averted in “Forever Red”, which aired during Wild Force. Originally they were going to make a reference to "those stories [about Jason and Tommy] on the Internet". (They had switched networks by this point, so it's likely that Disney's censors forced them to remove it.)
  • A few in Ninja Storm:
    • One episode opens with Shane and Dustin ogling a computer with lines like "what a babe" and "check out the lines on her". Cam catches them and remarks "I hope you guys aren't doing anything illegal". Embarrassed, the two try to hide the computer, only for Cam to grab it and find they were looking at... readouts of the new motorcycles they received last episode.
    • In the episode "Nowhere to Grow," the plant monster moans in a seductive voice, and in the voice tells her little plants to "Grow baby grow," among other seductive one-liners. If listening, without watching, you'd think you were watching a cheesy porn.
  • An early episode of Power Rangers S.P.D.has Red Ranger Jack approached by an attractive young recruit, asking him to show her "some close-quarter defensive maneuvers."
  • Mystic Force had this in the finale:
    Xander: Leelee's mom is hot!
    Vida: (wide eyes, big grin, enthusiastic nodding) Uh-huh!
    • (Adding to the subtext, up to that point Leelee's mom was the vampire queen Necrolai. Who had briefly turned Vida into a vampire earlier in the season.)
  • Jungle Fury did something very funny:
    Theo: Have you seen Lily?
    RJ: She's getting her groove on with Casey. (pelvic thrusts)
    • (Casey's and Lily's actors were dating for a brief period of time, making this Hilarious in Hindsight, although they've since broken up)
    • Also from Jungle Fury, villainess Jellica (whose underbust noticeably did not get past the US radar) commenting on Jarrod's "power and technique" as her gaze lowers to his crotch level.
  • Power Rangers RPM:
    • While fighting a Vacuum Cleaner monster, Scott is able to get away with the pun: "Suck on this!"
  • In Power Rangers Samurai, when Mia and Emily pose as brides, a close-up of the wedding registry shows that one of the couples due to get married that day had the respective last names of Beaver and Wetter.
  • In the Megaforce episode "Man and Machine", the Monster of the Week likes to go out in sunny weather because that's when he can steal and eat the shadows of people, freezing them in place. So when the new Megazord is formed to bring down the monster, Troy manages to get away with this line:
    Let's hit this guy where the sun don't shine!
  • In the premiere episode of Dino Charge, Tyler pulls out things from his backpack to use as weapons to fend off the Monster of the Week. He first pulls out a banana, then a pair of underwear, and finally a shovel.
  • This isn’t limited to the TV series. In the 2018 annual for the Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers comic book series, one story focuses on the Rangers of Power Rangers Ninja Steel. Calvin mentions a nightmare he had, then his girlfriend Hayley whispers, “He woke up screaming.” In other words, Calvin and Hayley have slept together. This did not go unnoticed by Nico Greetham, Calvin’s actor.

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