Bulk's relatives
- relatives to "Bulk" Bulkmeier
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Subcategories: Bulk's parents, One-Eyed Bulk
See Also: Bulk

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  • To follow the four teens, planning to stop the teens from discovering the Rangers' identities before they could discover them, Bulk and Skull drove in Bulk's aunt's taxi; Bulk's aunt had made them leave the meter running.

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  • Bulk and Skull came into the Juice Bar with a "Power Ranger detector," built and designed by Bulk's cousin Waldo, a student at Angel Grove Tech; the detector led Bulk and Skull past Jason and Tommy to a place where the two teens had been working out, then led them into Angel Grove Lake.

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  • Bulk interrupted Aisha's fire safety demonstration, wanting to show slides that proved his dad couldn't operate a barbeque, since the 1993 Bulkmeier family barbeque was supposedly known across the country to firefighters as "The Big One".

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  • One of Bulk's male ancestors in 1790's Angel Grove was Ben, a helpful fellow who let his niece Marissa and the five teens (fleeing from the soldiers accusing them of being witches) ride with him in his stagecoach to his home.

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  • Ben shook hands with Skull's ancestor, the leader of the soldiers, after the Green Ranger had remained in Angel Grove Township in human form.

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  • Trying to gross out potential customers of the bale sale he and Skull were assigned to run, Bulk said that one pie was a catfish and custard surprise made by his grandmother Lizette.

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  • In the simulated past (see "Orb of Doom"), young Bulk's uncle had opened his water park, Splash City, for the kids' class, chaperoned by Mr. Wilton.


    Bulk's parents
    - parents of "Bulk" Bulkmeier
    Bulk's parents
    You are here: Who / Humans / Earthen / Citizens / of United States of America / of California / of Angel Grove / Relatives / Bulk's relatives
    First Appearance: 149-ROF1
    Last Appearance: (dad) 149-ROF1, (mom) 334-ARA1

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  • Bulk's mom packed him a lunchbox full of food for detention every day.

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  • Bulk's parents were having some problems with their car.
  • Bulk's parents seemed to crash their car into the wall of the Youth Center right behind the Juice Bar.
  • The muumuu Bulk's mom wore to Parent's Day was what she called her "good dress"; a random flying cake struck her and soiled the dress.
  • Bulk's dad seemed cheerful and affectionate toward his wife.

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  • Bulk interrupted Aisha's fire safety demonstration, wanting to show slides that proved his dad couldn't operate a barbeque, since the 1993 Bulkmeier family barbeque was supposedly known across the country to firefighters as "The Big One".

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  • In the simulated past (see "Orb of Doom"), Bulk and Skull's angry mothers picked them up and dragged them out of the police station.


    One-Eyed Bulk
    - Bulk's outlaw ancestor in 1880
    One-Eyed Bulk (right)
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    First Appearance: 250-WWR1
    Last Appearance: 251-WWR2

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  • Bulk's ancestor in the year 1880 was nicknamed "One-Eyed Bulk"; together with Doc Skullovitch, he was an outlaw who robbed stagecoaches near Angel Grove.
  • One-Eyed Bulk called his horse Tonio.
  • The eye beneath One-Eyed Bulk's eyepatch was in perfect shape.
  • One-Eye and Doc nearly robbed Rocko and Abraham of the stagecoach full of payrolls they were taking to Angel Grove, but their efforts were thwarted by the White Stranger.
  • Before retreating, One-Eye and Doc tried to shoot the White Stranger, but Doc had accidentally brought the gimmick "bang" flag guns instead of real guns.
  • One-Eye and Doc later recognized Kim as the "strange girl" from before; they had fled the scene before the White Stranger had discovered her, so, oddly, they must have seen her behind the rock during their robbery attempt and not acknowledged her.
  • One-Eye and Doc were on "wanted" posters in town.
  • The people of Angel Grove panicked when One-Eye and Doc came into town.
  • One-Eye and Doc stuck up the teens for money, and Doc wanted some juice for his cough; Kim kicked the guns from their hands, One-Eye panicked and fell into a horse trough, and Rocko and Abraham then took the two outlaws to jail.

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  • Upon breaking out of jail, One-Eye and Doc watched the Pink Ranger (whom they called a "Pink Stranger") fight Putties, Needlenose, and Goldar.
  • One-Eye planned for himself and Doc to become famous by discovering the identity of the Pink Stranger.
  • Using a large divining rod he'd pulled out from somewhere along Doc's backside, One-Eyed Bulk attempted to find the Pink Stranger (reasoning that humans were mostly water), but it led him to a horse trough, where he again fell in.
  • One-Eye believed that humans were 90% water, but his estimate was roughly 30% too high.
  • One-Eye was Bulk's great-great-great-grandfather.
  • One-Eye and Doc were captured by the White Stranger and put on a chain gang that was shown sweeping in front of the Juice Saloon.


    "Bulk's relatives."   Updated 4/11/05.
    Edited by Joe Rovang.  Content owned by Disney, used without permission.