These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
Anvilicious: The discussion of racism in episode 11. The discussion is lampshaded.
Author's Saving Throw: After seemingly throwing away the subplot of the Elves taking advantage of the Rangers' guilt, Ragnar sends a living monster. There's little doubt this is in response to one reviewer asking why the subplot had to be dropped.
It could also be argued that the plot-heavy Supercharged was this after the more episodic and weaker Part 2.
Deus ex Machina: Borderline and open to interpretation, which is why it's in here and doesn't belong in the main page. At the beginning of Episode 15, Hitomi prays for help when Sean, Kevin and Maria show up. But since Tommy Oliver himself got the three out of their Heroic BSOD s, it may not count.
Fridge Brilliance / Horror: Ragnar activates a force field that cuts Madison off from the rest of the world in chapter 20. At first, he says it's so that no one can get in or out. He's only preparing for an attack, right? It's not just that. He also has a bomb. The force field prevents anyone from getting out as well. He's ensuring maximum casualties should things go wrong.
Growing the Beard / It Gets Better: Both parts, but Part 2 might be the better example. It started off well, but started to slip around episode 20. However, the appearance of Gargotron, the Silver Ranger, and Tom Maelstrom, are signs the story is starting to pick up steam. Episodes 31-33 are where it turns into a steamroller. As for Supercharged, it starts to pick up around chapter seven and by chapter 11, the beard is fully grown.
Supercharged Part 2 might also be getting this treatment. Starting with The Reveal that Jimmy is a Project Ranger trainee and a better, more flow-y prose style, Part 2 is getting better.
Said Les Yay is getting quite blatant, with Gina going so far as to telling Hitomi how much she means to her during a Heroic BSOD and her confession sounding like she was coming outof the closet... as an elf.
Romantic Plot Tumor: Averted, thankfully, in the main 'verse, where Sean and Maria's relationship is only touched on in two chapters, while Arquen and Eruvanda's romance is important, but doesn't take over their plot. SIU, however, might be zig-zagged, because there Sean and Maria's relationship takes over two chapters, but isn't touched on until the most recent one.
Some Anvils Need to Be Dropped: Sure, the discussion of racism in chapter 11 is Anvilicious, but Daisuke's eventual split from the team is a good examination of Pride and shows that putting oneself ahead of the team can be disastrous.
The message of Arquen and Eruvanda's Redemption Quest is "If you want forgiveness, forgive yourself first" and is reiterated several times. Eventually, they are able to do so. There's also another message, and that's "Take responsibility for your actions".
The Woobie: Queen Eruvanda II. Boy, howdy. She's a lonely, depressed wreck, possibly suffering from separation anxiety, The Woman Wearing the Queenly Mask, which is mostly unheard of for a Power Rangers villainess. In fact, she easily slides into Anti-Villain territory. Until she defects and goes through a Heel-Face Turn, that is, but the woobieness still stands.
Iron Woobie: The Rangers. They've been beat up, spat on, Curb Stomped, hated, criticized, could have died, and yet they still won't give up, so long as the job gets done.