- captain in charge of Lightspeed operation (through 840-FLs2); former firefighter; father to Dana and Ryan Mitchell
At the desk in the briefing room, Captain
Mitchell was telling three personnel to
doublecheck a few items which were albeit sufficient; when Dana vaguely reported that something had come up,
Mitchell dismissed the three before continuing privately although not
Mitchell had a vertical scar on his right cheek.
Mitchell wore a black quasi-naval uniform,
although his cuffs had three gold stripes like a commander, whereas four
indicates a captain. (Source: Stripes pointed out by Riddler)
Mitchell wore a small gold nametag on the left
breast bordered by a gold star on either side.
The crest on
Mitchell's captain hat was a generic golden wing set, but by 807-CybR, it was a non-US design, actually
resembling the French naval crest instead.
In private, Dana told
Mitchell, now speaking as daughter to father, that "they" had escaped,
prompting him to remove the four confidential Ranger files from his safe in his quarters; opening the seals on the
files, Mitchell told Dana, "It's time to bring
The safe's only contents had been the four
folders for the Red, Blue, Green, and Yellow Ranger candidates, the Pink Ranger file stored elsewhere
as Dana and two men in black proceeded to gather
the other four teens.
Returning with the four candidates, Dana soon led the teens
into the conference room, where Mitchell welcomed them to the Lightspeed Aquabase.
Joel, not knowing who
Mitchell was, protested that this was illegal, kidnapping; introducing
himself as Captain William Mitchell, the captain explained that none of
them would be held against their will, as they were free to go.
Joel began to leave, but
as a guard held out his hand, Mitchell added they could leave after
they'd heard him out, and the four sat as requested.
Mitchell explained that 5,000 years ago, this
part of the Earth had been inhabited by evil
spirits, or "demons," whose only purpose
was to destroy and conquer.
Despite their capture by a warlock strong enough to conquer
them, Mitchell added, "we always feared that one day they would escape
and would return to Mariner Bay"; their
fears had come true hours ago when nomad
travelers crossing through the desert had discovered the tomb and released the demons back into their world.
Mitchell told the teens
Lightspeed had developed technology and
highly sophisticated weapons which they believed could stop the demons.
Because of their skills, the teens had been chosen to use the weapons to
become Lightspeed Power Rangers and defend
Kelsey asked, "You built
this whole 'Aquabase' so that the four of
us could fight off a bunch of... angry demons?" and Mitchell agreed, although
noting it was putting it simply.
A tech from Ops
called Mitchell saying he had to see this, and Mitchell had it brought
up on the conference room monitor, showing exploding buildings, the demon spirits flying around, and other
mayhem in Mariner Bay as the teens watched in horror.
Mitchell said this city needed them, and the four
teens agreed, so Mitchell opened the Rescue Morpher briefcase, explaining the
Seeing the fifth Morpher, Dana
asked, "Five?" to which Mitchell replied as he opened the Pink Ranger's secret dossier in his
possession that she was the fifth: he had been training her for this for
18 years, and the Morpher was hers, he
told her, if she wanted it; she smiled and took it.
Watching in a Rescue
Ops monitor as the teens were pounded by
Batlings and Ghouligan, Carter reported the villains were too strong for
them, so Mitchell instructed them to use their Morphers.
After the Rangers'
first victory, Mitchell waited in Ops as the
teens made their way through the cheering personnel.
Mitchell told the teens
there was a time to celebrate, but this wasn't it: now Diabolico knew they existed, and Mitchell
warned them of far tougher fights in the future.
Although this was the first time Mitchell had
mentioned Diabolico, Kelsey cheerfully replied they'd destroyed him,
but Mitchell corrected somberly that that had merely been one of his
monsters, making the surrounding personnel stir and murmur.
Mitchell told everyone they all had work to do to
As the teens began a
meeting with Mitchell, Dana called Joel, upset that he was late again for a meeting,
but Mitchell annoyedly proceeded without him.
Mitchell showed the teens the Weapons
Lab, explaining that everything the Rangers would use to defeat the demons was designed, built, and tested here.
Mitchell was amused as the teens were startled by a test-diver emerging from
the lab pool.
Fairweather, Mitchell introduced her as "the genius behind
everything," from the Rescue Morphers
to their newest weapons; she then showed them the Rail Rescues.
When a meteor (actually Magmavore) hit the city, the Aquabase alarms went off, and as personnel began to scramble, someone in Transport handed Mitchell his headset,
which he used to ask Ops what was going on;
a tech described the molten rock and
brought up an image for Mitchell.
After giant Magmavore had emerged downtown,
Mitchell had the teens put the Rail Rescues to work, and Miss Fairweather assured them they'd be
fine thanks to automatic programming in the vehicles.
As the four teens went
into the hallway, Joel saw them as he returned
with a bouquet of flowers, but he was confronted by Captain Mitchell.
Joel tried to make up a
story about having been on a secret mission, but Mitchell, seeing the
flowers, told Joel insistently he was just lucky
there was no time, having him join the others in deploying the Rail Rescues.
Michell then watched the action from Rescue Ops as he often would.
Once all systems were online in the Rail Rescues, Mitchell told a tech, "Train Bay
to surface," and the tech initiated the
Train Bay emergence.
As the Rangers reached the site, Mitchell had them
split up to their own Rail Rescues,
although a more accurate term would have been their own Rescuezords, as even Carter left the joint cockpit of Rail Rescue One for Pyro Rescue One.
As the lava pool downtown was creating a danger,
Carter asked Joel if he
could go in to cool the rock, and Joel laughed
that he could go anywhere in this thing, but Miss Fairweather told Mitchell it was too
Mitchell told Joel to hold
on to work together; Joel was sure he had enough
power, but Mitchell passed on a negative, prompting Joel to ask, "Says who?" and Mitchell replied it was
the expert who designed the Zord, insisting that they combine their
As Carter called for
help as they struggled to free the people trapped in an elevator, Miss Fairweather at a panel observed that
"it" was operational, and Mitchell told Carter
of the new weapon, telling him to call for the Rescue Bird.
Later, as Pyro Rescue
One was buried in rubble, Miss
Fairweather had Mitchell send Joel in, but
when Joel had a different idea, Miss Fairweather shouted into Mitchell's
headset mic for him to just obey the order, somewhat surprising
Mitchell had Carter prep
for Megazord mode, and schematics appeared
in his visor for the formation.
When the Lightspeed
Megazord destroyed Magmavore, Miss Fairweather exclaimed, "Yeah!!" but
corrected herself with a calm, "Yes," after Mitchell had looked at her.
As the teens were
talking in the hall after packing in their quarters for a training mission,
Mitchell called over the loudspeaker for them to get to the training area, double-time.
When Mitchell started the stopwatch, the teens dashed off: Chad and
Joel leapt over a wall, crawled under a rope net,
and wiggled through tires, getting a good time of 1:30.
Elsewhere outside the shack, Kelsey strapped herself onto a safety line and
rappelled over a railing with a crash test baby, where Dana quickly used a first aid kit and delivered CPR,
done at a "not bad" two minutes.
Inside, cardboard cutouts of demons (actually
looking more like evil space aliens) popped up around Carter as he used a goo-shooting gun to splatter
them with clumsy aim; Carter finished outside
at 52 seconds, impressing Mitchell, and the others giddily congratulated
him on the fastest time yet.
Inside, Mitchell surveyed as the two techs observed, the woman recording.
Outside, Mitchell called Carter over and told him he might have had the
fastest time, but he'd gotten the lowest score; he said he had to take
time to his his brain before he ever used a blaster.
Confused, Carter said
he'd hit every target, which meant nothing, Mitchell replied, as he
hadn't thought it through; sometimes, he said, the obvious choice was
the wrong choice.
Mitchell had the techs break down their gear and get back to
When a brief earthquake later hit, Mitchell
checked the seismograph and observed it was no earthquake and had them
go to alert status, sounding the alarms and telling calling, "Rangers to Transport Bay" for them to drive out
Mitchell was watching through Carter's view as people were in peril from falling
rubble in a parking garage, but Mitchell ordered him to put out the fire
behind him first despite Carter's serious
Grudgingly, Carter put
out the fire with his blaster, but rubble then fell onto the mother and
son, knocking the boy out.
The boy was barely conscious as the mother
panicked, and Joel and Dana took him away for help; furious, Carter ran off.
In the base, unmorphed Carter stormed into Mitchell's quarters, shouting that he'd been wrong
to tell him to put out the fire.
Mitchell calmly replied he'd done the right
thing, but Carter spat that the little boy had
gotten hurt because he'd listened to him, and Mitchell sighed; Carter stormed out to see the boy at the hospital.
Agonized over the boy's injury, Carter wished he could have been like "him,"
saying he'd been about the boy's age when it had happened, perhaps seven
A young blond Carter in
a black and red shirt had nearly collapsed in a flaming room, but a
masked fireman, secretly Captain Mitchell, had come in asking if anyone
was in there, and he helped Carter exit before
a flaming beam came down and landed on him.
His back catching on fire, Mitchell had held it
up to allow Carter to escape; then as a falling
shelf slammed the door shut and another fireman took young Carter away, Mitchell had removed his mask.
Mitchell appeared to have been #7.
Carter didn't know who
the fireman had been, but ever since that day, all he'd wanted was to be
just like him.
Carter later surveyed
the training area, seeing the
fallen demon cutouts and stumbling upon an explosive canister which he'd
accidentally shot in the chaos.
With sudden insight, Carter ran to the parking garage and found the
buried gasoline drums, realizing that if he hadn't first put out the
fire, the whole place would have exploded.
Mitchell walked up, repeating that sometimes the
obvious choice was the wrong choice, and Carter
knew Mitchell had known about the explosive canisters.
Mitchell told Carter it
wasn't easy being a leader, and that he learned tough lessons every day.
As Joel called for help
when it quaked again, Carter told Mitchell he
wasn't sure he was cut out to be a Ranger,
but Mitchell was, moreso now than ever; with regained confidence, Carter ran off to join the others.
After the Rangers
had destroyed Quakemon, Mitchell
watched happily nearby as Carter visited the
recovering injured boy, who thought Carter was
awesome and wanted to be just like him.
During a shuttle launch, Mitchell interrupted the
teens with trouble, seeing a tornado in the
After fighting the Rangers, Whirlin retreated in his tornado and
terrorized the shuttle during its descent through the atmosphere.
The Rangers below
blew up Whirlin with the Unilaser, but the shuttle was still going
down; Mitchell told Joel the shuttle and Aero Rescue Three would both crash if he
tried to help, but Kelsey got a crazy idea,
calling Rescuezords, and Carter let her call the shots.
In the conference room, Mitchell showed the teens a video of scientists in protective suits
handling a top-secret fuel cell.
Mitchell said they'd meet Dr. Hanson at the airport to make sure the
fuel cell got back to the Aquabase safe and sound, although he did not
mention its intended function.
As the teens left,
Mitchell kept Dana, wanting her to pick up his
old friend and give him a ride to the Aquabase, giving her his address as he had
"With all due respect," Dana bitterly told her father to call his friend a
taxi, as the other Rangers needed her help,
but Mitchell stood firm despite her disgust; she spat coldly that he
could say he trusted her, he could choose her to be the Pink Ranger, but in the end, all he
saw her as was his little girl.
As the four Rangers
fought Fireor to protect Dr. Hanson, Carter called Dana for
help, and she swerved while driving Earl to join the others, but Mitchell
replied negative; she protested that his fishing trip could wait.
Mitchell firmly ordered Dana to return to the base, and she angrily swerved
around and headed back toward the base.
When Dana realized Earl had actually been carrying the
fuel cell all along, Earl told Dana
that he and Mitchell had hoped nothing would happen, but in case it did,
Mitchell had insisted that if Dana were with him,
he'd get to the Aquabase safely no matter
Hearing this, Dana was
startled, but Earl reassured her
that her father couldn't believe in her more.
Admiring Dana, Earl told her she looked just like
her mother, his having known her mother softly startling her; he
continued that she would be so proud if she could see Dana now.
Mitchell and personnel met the arriving Dana and Earl
at a lift after they'd come by submarine, and Earl attributed their safe arrival to
Mitchell let Dana go to
help the others, and she saluted.
In his office after Fireor's destruction, Mitchell was
typing into a laptop when Dana entered.
Dana apologized for what
she'd said earlier, just having wondered sometimes if he thought of her
as just his little girl, not really a Power
Mitchell replied for years he'd been training her
to become the Pink Ranger, and
after today, he knew he couldn't have been more right; for all those
years, however, she'd also been his little girl, and part of him didn't
want that to change.
Dana happily explained
that she was proud to be a Ranger but said
nothing topped being his little girl.
Mitchell announced a "code red" as the alarms and
Morphers sounded throughout the base to
signal a monster attack downtown.
Returning after Vypra's
new Vyprari had charred the Rescue Rover, the teens briefed Mitchell in the conference room on
what had happened.
Then in Transport, Miss Fairweather removed a damaged piece
from the Rover's engine and showed it to
Mitchell, not yet sure what they could do.
Alone with Mitchell in the conference room after
a second attack, Carter said they'd never had a
chance to stop her, saying the city was fair game, but Mitchell said she
was in for a surprise, having him meet him with the others in Transport.
As the Rangers
destroyed Elestomp, Mitchell
told them of Vypra's attack downtown.
As Strikning prepared to finish off
the Lightspeed Rangers after stunning them
with a lightning bolt, the monster was blasted by the approaching Cyborg Rangers, and the human Rangers awoke startled.
Fairweather, Mitchell, and Aquabase personnel, watching on monitors, were all
baffled upon seeing the Cyborg Rangers.
Bewildered, Mitchell turned to Miss Fairweather, but she replied
uneasily, "We aren't developing any such Cyborg Rangers."
Mitchell asked if they hadn't sent the Cyborgs, who had, at which point General McKnight, entering the Transport control area, answered he
Stiffening nervously upon seeing McKnight, Mitchell saluted and
addressed him by name, then asked semi-curiously, "What in the world's
going on? I wasn't told--"; McKnight replied that no one was
told, as the Cyborg Rangers were a top
Still smiling politely, Mitchell replied that
they already had five Power Rangers, but McKnight chuckled to himself and
asked without intentional rudeness, "You mean those... kids?"
said the Cyborgs were ten times stronger
than the human Rangers and were programmed
for one thing - fighting - and never made mistakes, but Mitchell was
edgy as he asked, "Meaning what?"
As the teens happily
arrived in the Rover, Mitchell, McKnight, and the others emerged into
The teens raved over
the Cyborgs, excited to team up with
them, but McKnight replied the Cyborgs weren't there to join them, but
rather to replace them.
As the teens were
shocked, Mitchell softly told McKnight in a plaintive tone, "Sir,
this is a mistake," but McKnight
didn't think so, as they'd seen how the Cyborgs had saved "these... kids."
softly asked Mitchell, "What were you thinking, Bill?" telling him they
could never defeat Diabolico and his evils.
The teens were rude and
defensive, but Mitchell ordered them to be quiet.
entered followed by Dr.
Harlen, and McKnight told the
teens they were relieved of their duties.
The two officers accompanying McKnight approached, one opening the
silver case in which the Rescue
Morphers had originally been stored, the other grabbing Chad's wrist, and Mitchell shook his head at Chad's tense grasp, making the teens surrender their Morphers.
While the Cyborgs
fought Strikning for a second
time, McKnight watched from Ops as Mitchell and Miss Fairweather were unamused.
When a lightning bolt from Strikning disabled the Cyborgs, McKnight was stunned, saying it was
When the Cyborgs
got up and turned on the scientists, a stunned McKnight uttered that this couldn't
happen, saying they had tested them over and over; Mitchell radioed for
Dr. Harlen to activate
self-destruct, which he eagerly tried on the remote, but it wouldn't
work, and the three scientists fled in terror.
was deep in woe, Mitchell and Miss
Fairweather looked at the nearby case containing the teens' Morphers.
While the teens
attempted to protect the scientists from the approaching Cyborgs, Captain Mitchell screeched up in the Rescue Rover and threw the teens their Morphers, then proudly watched as they morphed and engaged the Cyborgs.
Upon destroying both the malfunctioning Cyborg Rangers and giant Strikning, the teens giggled and conversed in Ops as Mitchell and Miss Fairweather stood somberly, Dr. Harlen quite embarrassed in
front of McKnight's two
infantrymen, and they all stood at attention as McKnight entered before telling them,
After apologizing to the teens, McKnight told Mitchell he wouldn't
interfere again, telling him to carry on, and the two saluted each
and his associates left, Miss
Fairweather beamed, and Mitchell grinned and pumped his fist
Fairweather detected Mt.
Jasmine heating up, thinking someone was giving it help, Mitchell
realized it had to be Diabolico.
After calling the others to the base, Mitchell
tried calling Dana but got no response, so he
sent the other four.
As she and two assistants monitored the volcano
from within, Miss Fairweather reported
to Mitchell via a computer terminal that the volcano was indeed heating
Fairweather reported suddenly that there was something else, and the
cavern rumbled as giant Magmavore laughed and arose from
his lava bed inside the volcano.
Fairweather reported something was coming up from under the ground,
something alive; another quake cut the video signal, and Mitchell put
the base on alert status.
As he pounded the Lightspeed Megazord, giant Magmavore's club broke the Lightspeed Megazord Saber in half,
shocking Mitchell, who said it was impossible.
The teens now knew the names of both Magmavore and Trifire despite never being shown
told their names.
As the Megazord was
pounded by Magmavore and the
resurrected Trifire, Mitchell
repeatedly called for Miss Fairweather
but got no response.
When the Megazord
fell, having lost all power, Mitchell had the Rangers evacuate the Megazord, explaining something had happened
to Miss Fairweather and they had to
find her to save the Megazord.
In the lab after being rescued, Miss Fairweather ordered the Supertrain program online; Mitchell arrived
as they worked, and she told him she was booting up the Supertrain Megazord.
Mitchell called for the Train Bay to surface, and the Rail Rescues then proceeded on autopilot into
As the Rail Rescues
arrived, Miss Fairweather told the Rangers to break down the Megazord; Carter
didn't want to retreat, but Mitchell insisted they weren't retreating,
telling him, "Just do it!"
After an overload during their first use of the
Gatling Blasters, Miss Fairweather didn't want to risk
using them again, but as Magmavore charged, Carter asked for ideas, and Mitchell nodded
assuringly to Miss Fairweather, who
told them to switch weapons to turbines; Magmavore would be destroyed.
On what happened to be the day before the 20th
birthday of the lost Ryan Mitchell, the teens, Miss
Fairweather, and Mitchell watched from a booth as techs attached
electrodes to Carter in the pool room in
preparation for his testing of the Titanium Morpher, which was placed around
his wrist by a tech.
After activating the Morpher, Carter
painfully pulsed with blue flashes of the partial Titanium suit, his glowing red
nervous system and heart visible during the agonizing flickers which
included blue energy waves on the border of the partially-formed pieces
of Titanium Ranger suit.
During the excrutiating process, Carter struggled to hold out his hand, almost
pleading for mercy, but the morph spasms continued to wrack his body.
Agonized, Carter finally
dropped to his hands, gasping as the blue ripples trailed off; he would
tell an alarmed Miss Fairweather
between gasps that he was okay as the teens
rushed out to help him.
Just before midnight, Mitchell resignedly took a
seat at his desk, and Miss Fairweather
slammed the Titanium Morpher onto the
desk, protesting, despite his apparent former insistence, that she
didn't think they should continue testing the Titanium powers, as the circuitry was
too powerful for an ordinary human.
Fairweather began to leave, Mitchell, looking at the Morpher, said wistfully, "Would've been
fantastic," and she agreed it truly would have, telling him good night.
Alone, Mitchell used a key on his safe and put in
the Morpher, locking it shut.
On the wall were two model galleons.
Putting the key back into his desk drawer, Mitchell looked at a picture of himself
with more hair holding young Dana, perhaps three
or four, as young Ryan, perhaps five or six, did
a kick toward the camera.
Beneath the framed picture was a black "Captain's
A knock at the door made Mitchell hastily put
away the picture as he invited in whomever it was.
At exactly midnight, Dana
happily brought in a cake, and Mitchell was amazed she'd remembered;
although Dana said she'd been too young to
remember very much of her big brother, she knew Ryan would have been 20 today, so she said they'd
celebrate "like we always do."
Mitchell and Dana blew out
the candles to make a wish, Dana thinking they'd
both wished the car crash had never happened and Ryan was still there, but Mitchell replied they
couldn't change the past.
Mitchell instead wished that whatever happened,
Dana always knew he loved her, and they hugged.
Later, Mitchell's quarters were not in use, as Mitchell
was sleeping elsewhere.
Among the things in the safe along with the Titanium Morpher were a smooth black sigiled case, a "Top Secret" brief, and a
blue passport booklet.
The keyring which contained the round safe key
also held a normal gold door key and a sigil keyring.
As Vypra attacked the
city the next morning, Mitchell watched the fight from perhaps Carter's helmet view.
As the Rangers
regrouped, Vypra announced they were about to
meet their match, and the Titanium
Ranger descended from a thundering blue energy cloud before them.
Shocked, Mitchell ran to his quarters and frustratedly found the Titanium Morpher missing; also missing,
but likely unnoticed, was the photo of himself with his children from
the picture frame.
Back in Ops, Miss Fairweather soon joined Mitchell in
Ops as Titanium fought the Rangers with his bare hands and the Titanium Laser.
Mitchell soon told Carter to break off the attack, and the weakened
Entering as the teens
discussed who could have stolen the Morpher, Mitchell said they had to get it
back fast regardless, but Miss
Fairweather sighed that that wouldn't be easy.
Around this time, the Titanium Morpher was blinking as though
it were being called as Ryan bowed before Diabolico in the skull castle; meanwhile, the teens would split up to explore the city.
Entering the conference room from Ops, Mitchell watched in the monitor there as
the Rangers struggled against Titanium.
Mitchell called Miss Fairweather on a console monitor as
she and techs worked on the V-Lancers in the
lab; Mitchell said they were out of
time, not letting her test the weapons before sending them to the Rangers.
After a blast which the Rangers expected to be fatal, the Rangers were shocked as Titanium weakly rose.
turned, his visor was open,
revealing his eyes and his silver rebreather; in the conference room,
Mitchell was stunned upon seeing the hazel eyes within.
As the Rangers aimed
the V-Lancers on full power on Miss Fairweather's instruction, Mitchell
painfully told them not to fire, repeating the order when Carter was surprised.
In the conference room, Mitchell stood as the
angry teens came in, all but Dana furious that he'd had them retreat during their
perhaps only chance.
Pausing, Carter sighed
and asked why, and Mitchell wearily replied it was his son.
Learning that Titanium Ranger was Ryan, Dana asked Mitchell how
that could be, saying Ryan had been killed in
that car crash, but Mitchell told her Ryan had
not died, recounting the story of their crash.
Late one cold night during a rainstorm, Mitchell
had been driving the two children home from visiting their grandmother;
in the back seat, the children played with the new toys their
grandmother had given them: young Ryan had a toy
fire truck, and young Dana a doll.
Mitchell had the same scar on his cheek in the
As Mitchell had looked back at the kids for a
second, a semi cab had come around the corner, honked, and Mitchell
swerved off the road into a railing on the edge of the nearby cliff;
just before the car went over, Mitchell dove through the backseat and
out the rear door, tumbling with his kids and managing to grab a root
sticking out of the rock face, saving them from falling to their dooms.
Below, the car exploded against the ground far
below; as Mitchell hung from the root, he held young Dana who was clutching to him silently while young
Ryan hung from his foot.
Ryan called for his dad to
help, but Mitchell yelled desperately for him to hold on; Ryan said he was slipping, but Mitchell, looking
around helplessly, cried out urgently for him just to hold on, but Ryan cried again he was slipping.
Meanwhile, young Dana
cried while looking up that she was scared.
Mitchell called for someone to please help, at
which point the spectral form of Diabolico
had flown up from below.
Mitchell gasped, and Diabolico said he could
help him, but Mitchell shouted for him to go away; whether he had
previously known Diabolico is uncertain.
explained that if he saved the boy's life, he belonged to him; Mitchell
shouted "Never!" and Diabolico vanished
telling him the choice was his.
When Mitchell's shoe came off and Ryan plunged earthward, screaming, Mitchell cried
out, "Save him!!"
At that point, Diabolico swooped down and plucked Ryan out of the air.
flew up to Mitchell and appeared, holding the unconscious but corporeal
Stunned, Mitchell begged Diabolico to give him back his son, but the
demon replied, "You will not see your son again until his 20th birthday.
He is mine now."; as he flew down toward the earth as energy, Mitchell
After Mitchell had recounted all this for the teens, Dana observed today
was Ryan's 20th birthday; Carter promised Mitchell they wouldn't fight him,
and they would do anything they could to help get him back.
Later alone with Dana, Mitchell said for 20 years, he'd both dreamed
of seeing Ryan again and hoped he would never
come back; it had actually been closer to 14 or 15 years.
Dana told her father he
could have told her, but he had been ashamed, saying it had been the
hardest decision he'd ever had to make.
Dana told him he'd had no
choice, and yet in his heart he still wondered, but she insisted he'd
done the right thing.
The next morning, Mitchell wandered down the
hall, ignoring a good morning from Miss
Fairweather, and through Ops, nearly
ignoring a tech who presented the morning status report which Mitchell
signed carlessly; the tech was surprised that Mitchell didn't even want
to look at it.
As Ryan looked over the
cliff where their car accident had occurred years ago, Mitchell was
there, asking if he remembered; Ryan replied
defensively he'd been told Mitchell hadn't cared what happened to him,
letting him fall while saving Dana.
Mitchell tried to have Ryan think back, remembering the fire truck, then
the crash, and they'd all gone over the cliff; Ryan angrily said he was lying, but Mitchell
insisted he'd been trying to save them.
Shouting that Mitchell had only saved Dana and had let him fall, Ryan tackled Mitchell, sending them both falling
over the edge until Mitchell grabbed the same root while catching Ryan's hand.
Dangling, Ryan remembered
slipping, Mitchell telling him to hold on, Mitchell calling for someone
to help, Diabolico appearing and issuing his
demand, and then his fall.
With determination, Ryan
climbed up Mitchell and grabbed onto the root as well, remembering.
When the root started to budge, Mitchell said it
wouldn't support both of them, and he said goodbye calmly and
contentedly, confusing Ryan, and he then let go.
To save his father, Ryan
dove down after him, morphing; Ryan grabbed Mitchell and held him close as they
tumbled down the bottom embankment, Ryan then demorphing while lying on the
The two weakly got up as the teens ran up nearby.
Mitchell apologized deeply to Ryan, saying he would have given his life a thousand
times to save his; as Ryan started to leave,
Mitchell called for him to wait, and he stopped.
Mitchell said he couldn't lose him again after
all these years, as he was his son; upset, Ryan
stopped and dropped his Morpher to the
ground before running off up the hill.
In the lab, a computer voice announced an
intruder alert, and Ryan rode up on the empty Rover lift; he was grappled by guards, but Miss Fairweather allowed him to pass.
Mitchell met Ryan outside
his office and invited him in, having known he'd come back, but Ryan had come to say goodbye, not knowing who he
Mitchell objected that there was a place for him
here at Lightspeed, but Ryan replied that for years, his mind had been
poisoned by hate and fear, and he didn't know if there was any good left
in him; he was leaving Mariner Bay to find
out who he was.
As Ryan left, Mitchell
retrieved the Titanium Morpher in a
small silver case from his desk drawer and caught up with Ryan.
Mitchell told Ryan, "You
may not know who you are, but trust me. I do. You're not evil.";
somewhere inside Ryan, he said, was an ocean of
The day Ryan realized he
was truly good, Mitchell wanted him to open the silver box; Ryan took it thoughtfully and left.
When the alarm went off, Mitchell told the teens of three monsters, startling them, but he
dispatched them nonetheless.
explained to the Rangers that the feathers
which were all over Mariner Bay would
explode at nightfall, Mitchell watched a shot of kids playing in
feathers in the park.
Mitchell had them put out a city-wide alert, and
a tan-suit officer with a headset spoke into his headset; Mitchell said
they had to retrieve all of the feathers.
After Ryan had chased away
Demonite, Falkar, and Thunderon, Miss Fairweather in Ops reported very little damage in the city,
saying no one was hurt.
The next morning, Mitchell showed Ryan around, giving him a tour of the labs.
Ryan was slightly
overwhelmed by all there was to learn, but Mitchell assured him he
already had what it took to be a Ranger and
that the rest was technicalities.
As Demonite, Falkar, and Thunderon attacked downtown, Mitchell, after checking if Ryan was ready, had the teens and Ryan drive out
to show the monsters what six Rangers could
In Ryan's quarters after the fight, Mitchell
entered having overheard Carter protest that Diabolico's tattoo would stop Ryan if his dad didn't.
After Carter had left,
Mitchell had Ryan show him the tattoo; seeing it, Mitchell
ordered that until they figured something out, he didn't morph, not wanting to lose Ryan again.
Fairweather showed Mitchell schematics for the Max Solarzord; it was ready, but it was
useless without a Titanium Ranger,
and he hoped they could function without it.
Later, the teens were
told of Falkar and Thunderon in the city; as they headed
out, they were confronted by Ryan in the hallway,
but Mitchell shook his head, telling the Rangers to go.
As the Rangers
battled Falkar and Thunderon, Mitchell called Miss Fairweather to Ops, stat; there, she observed that the two
monsters were too powerful for the Supertrain alone.
In the cockpit as the Solarzord deployed, Ryan radioed, "Titanium Ranger to Miss Fairweather. I'm gonna need a
little help here."
Mitchell ordered him to get back here, but Ryan replied they needed his help, and as Mitchell
was silent, Miss Fairweather told Ryan to position wings for takeoff.
Ryan proceeded to fight
and destroy the two monsters, but as the Rangers congratulated him, he lay unconscious
on his controls, the cobra
glowing on his back.
Ryan later lay shirtless
in an infirmary bed in the Aquabase as Miss Fairweather used a scanner on him.
Beside him, Dana didn't
know if Dad would be mad, as sometimes he could be pretty strict, and
she left as she saw Mitchell's shadow approaching.
As Mitchell arrived, Ryan
started to explain, but rather than yelling, Mitchell was very proud of
him, saying he would have done the same thing; he then told Ryan to get some rest.
Fairweather had Ryan roll over to check his
breathing, Mitchell was startled to see the cobra now in the middle of Ryan's back.
Fairweather told Mitchell the last fight had made the cobra progress very rapidly;
the next time he morphed could
When the teens returned
in defeat after their skirmish with Troika,
Mitchell met them in Transport to
check on them.
In the conference room, the teens (sans Dana)
described their defeat to Miss
Fairweather and Mitchell as Miss
Fairweather took notes on a clipboard.
Mitchell asked about the Battle Boosters, and Miss Fairweather approvingly noted they
were almost finished, although as they were experimental, they didn't
know the Boosters' capability.
Dana entered, unable to
find Ryan, but the teens were sidetracked by another Troika attack.
As titan-sized Diabolico crippled the Supertrain, Mitchell had the Rescuezords sent in.
When Ryan arrived in the
Solarzord which he'd apparently taken to
the desert in secrecy, Mitchell was anxious, but Ryan reassured him and the Rangers that the cobra and curse were history.
In the galley following Diabolico's destruction, the teens and techs
chatted happily amongst each other as Mitchell entered with Miss Fairweather, and Joel whistled loudly to silence the room for him.
Mitchell proposed a toast, for Mariner Bay, which he began to describe as the
safest city, as of now, in the --, but the alarm sounded; Carter asked if it was a drill, and Mitchell oddly
remarked they didn't have drills, calling for everyone to move.
As Carter, Ryan, and Mitchell planned to send out search
parties for the other captured teens after Carter had found "Chad," "Kelsey"
cheerfully greeted the three and told them they'd all made it back, so
they could call off the search party.
As Mitchell entered his quarters, "Dana" was seated on the couch with a magazine.
Mitchell, telling him she'd come by to let him know she was okay; he
invited her to the galley, but she yawned and left to get some rest.
In the conference room the next day, Mitchell
told the six teens he had a very important
assignment for them: to take a day off; Joel
thought he was joking, but he wasn't, as they'd all worked very hard and
deserved it, adding "dismissed" when they didn't know what to do.
Overlooking the city, Carter did a kata in a blue workout suit;
afterward, Mitchell arrived in the same suit.
Carter explained he
never took a day off training, so Mitchell offered some company,
assuring Carter he still had it.
Mitchell invited Carter
to attack, and they sparred, Mitchell urging Carter not to go easy on him; Mitchell blocked and
fought back well, eventually flipping a startled Carter to the grass.
Mitchell asked what was next, and Carter smiled; the two ran up a hillside, Mitchell
trailing; Carter offered to slow down for him,
but Mitchell, tired, played tough, telling Carter he was already going too slow for him as it
At the top of the hill, Mitchell wearily jogged
up to the seated Carter, and they joked over
Mitchell's exhaustion; Mitchell teased he would have left him in the
dust when he'd been Carter's age, as he'd
trained just like him, but even he'd taken a day off every now and then.
Honestly, Mitchell said he'd never seen anyone so
driven, asking why that was, and Carter
explained that everything he did was to be as good as the fireman who'd
saved his life as a kid; Mitchell reminded him that even heroes were
When a streak flew from a storm cloud to a power plant below, the two ran to
check it out.
On the scene, Carter morphed and then watched as Mitchell
put on a uniform and gear from a fire truck (truck 27), confusing Carter.
Together, Mitchell and Carter ran in, helping out plant workers from
under equipment, and Mitchell put his own mask on a man to help him out;
as they got out, the other Rangers arrived.
As Shockatron attacked the second power plant, Miss Fairweather called Mitchell over the
radio on his gear, so he sent the Rangers
off, saying he'd keep things under control here.
Trapped in the first plant, field trip children
were rescued by Mitchell, who took off his mask to have them follow him
out, but as they went, one girl went back for her teddy bear.
Upon finding out one girl had been missing,
Mitchell had gone back in after her.
Inside, Mitchell called out for Ginny and found
her coughing, giving her his mask to breathe into; when a large pipe
fell, he held it for her as he'd done years ago for Carter with the burning beam.
Arriving, Carter hugged
Ginny and watched as Mitchell tried to
throw the pipe off himself but was struck painfully in the shoulder, but
the captain waved Carter away, at which point
Carter rushed her away.
Following a powerful explosion, Mitchell climbed
down a fire hose from the roof, covered in soot.
Carter told Mitchell the
girl was okay, and Mitchell laughed happily, hugging morphed Ryan.
In the Aquabase
infirmary, Carter found Miss Fairweather bandaging Mitchell's
left shoulder, advising him to take it easy for a few days.
On Mitchell's right shoulder, an old injury which
wasn't being treated, was a large area of blistered, scarred skin, and
Carter remembered the fireman's right shoulder
and back being on fire from his childhood rescue.
Fairweather left, Carter asked it was him
who had saved him as a kid, and Mitchell said yes after a moment.
Mitchell explained, "It's funny... I saw you
looking at me as the door closed, and I watched you smile, and I knew
you were going to be all right. It was a great feeling."
After removing his mask during that rescue,
Mitchell had then looked around for a way out of the burning room.
Mitchell explained he'd been keeping an eye on Carter ever since that rescue; he'd watched him
become a fireman, and then he'd chosen him to be the Red Ranger.
Carter felt he owed
Mitchell so much, but he replied he didn't owe him anything, saying Carter had returned whatever he'd given him over
and over to the people he'd saved.
Carter promised to train
even harder, an extra hour in the mornings, two extra miles, but
Mitchell assured him he trained hard enough, telling him to get out of
As Carter later joined
the others at the beach to have some fun, Mitchell watched happily from
the Rover on a road above and then drove
During the ceremony to bring back Queen Bansheera, Ryan
pinpointed the ceremony location, and Mitchell dispatched him alone
while the others were on rescue missions.
When Ryan wouldn't respond
to his calls later, Mitchell called Carter and
Kelsey as they rescued people in a skyscraper,
and Kelsey then tried to call him herself but
got no response.
As Bansheera's giant
spectral head summoned a tidal wave behind the elevated Train Bay, Miss
Fairweather announced the impending disaster, and Mitchell shouted
to secure all decks as the base rumbled, but the wave would fade before
In the conference room following the Rangers' apparent victory, Ryan explained that Bansheera might not have her whole body back,
but her powers would only get stronger until they wouldn't be able to
Ryan announced he was
going to leave, shocking them, but he explained he had to find out how
to capture the demons again; Mitchell was
proud, and they shook hands before Ryan left.
Standing above as Joel
answered his Morpher after the
frequency had been hacked by young friend Simon, Mitchell was sternly upset,
asking, "A friend of yours?"; Joel saluted with
his bouquet of flowers for Miss
Fairweather, then resignedly handed them over.
Joel soon drove to Simon's house in the Rover and brought Simon back to the Aquabase; Simon would reveal the asteroid heading for the city.
After the Rangers
had lifted off to deploy the Omegazords, Miss Fairweather took Simon into Rescue Ops, where Mitchell saluted back when
saluted by the boy.
As the Omega
Crawler began to leave the asteroid
after depositing two explosives, Miss
Fairweather shouted for them to get out of there as the asteroid grappled them, but Carter shouted back that the asteroid was alive; he planned for them to
detonate the explosives manually despite Mitchell's warning that it
would be too dangerous.
After transforming, the Omega Megazord stabbed its staff into the asteroid, and giant explosions blew the asteroid apart; the last seen by Ops was a cockpit view of the Rangers groaning amidst sparks before the view
went to static.
Fairweather was horrified, and Mitchell stunned, but Carter then reported success.
Neither Mitchell nor Miss Fairweather were seen during Leo, Maya, and Kai's visit to the Aquabase, although they may have been
introduced earlier offscreen.
In the conference room, Mitchell slid the teens a newspaper which reported the fourth Starlight Crystal stolen
and introduced Special Agent Myers.
As Chad showed his sensei
of many years, Mr. Tamashiro,
around Ops, Miss Fairweather and Captain Mitchell
entered, and Chad introduced them proudly.
Mitchell genuinely told Mr. Tamashiro he was honored to
meet him, both of them shaking his hand.
Eighteen minutes before the pods on the teens' wrists would release toxic spores,
Mitchell told them of a lab on the east
side with a poison that should destroy the pods, and they left to meet
people from the lab at a location
halfway between them.
Watching a gold pocket watch in Ops, Mitchell watched the despaired teens after the poison had been destroyed, Miss Fairweather lamenting that that had
been their last chance, but Carter was suddenly
inspired to call the Solarzord.
As the teens got into a
nosecone cockpit, Mitchell asked Carter what he
was doing, and Carter replied the spores
couldn't hurt anyone in outer space; determined, Miss Fairweather went to a keyboard and
had the Solarzord lift off.
As everyone cheered over the successful
elimination of the spores, Miss
Fairweather joyously held onto Mitchell's shoulder but quickly
regained her composure.
Fairweather had been frozen, Carter oversaw
the defrosting unconscious Miss
Fairweather in the infirmary, and he told Mitchell outside that she
would be okay.
Mitchell was called to Ops urgently as the monitors in Ops all displayed Olympius; he issued a challenge for Red Ranger to meet him or he would
destroy the others.
Carter had to go, so
Mitchell had him take the Thermo
After a narrow victory which they attributed to
Joel's quick thinking, the teens discussed their first fight with Infinitor with Miss Fairweather and Mitchell in the
As Mitchell discussed needing something more
against Infinitor, he asked Miss Fairweather about her brother Clark's new technology, and she
excitedly realized he'd have some great ideas.
During a brief blackout from a faulty test in the
lab (caused by Clark's prank on
Joel), Mitchell told someone to find out what was
going on, but the power came back on.
As Chad suited up in a
full-body wetsuit, Mitchell in the conference room told the teens of a broken communications cable, assigning
Chad to swim out and make any necessary repairs.
As the four amnesic teens struggled in the infirmary as Mitchell and
Dana watched, Miss
Fairweather and techs examined the teens.
Mitchell asked whether they could restore their
memories, and Miss Fairweather replied
it wouldn't be easy, but she got right on it.
Fairweather activated a memory
restoration apparatus, Mitchell later warned that the city was much
too vulnerable without the Rangers, but Miss Fairweather replied if they stopped
the process before it was finished, the teens
could lose all their memories.
When the alarm sounded, Mitchell and Dana watched the attack, and Dana wanted to go alone; Mitchell replied it was too
risky, but she would then sneak off alone while the others recuperated.
As Mitchell received word that Dana was in trouble fighting Memorase alone, Carter was still stunned and unsure, so Mitchell
ordered the other three to go, and Carter would
eventually remember his past and join them.
When the teens returned
from their victory over Memorase, Mitchell planned a very
difficult training session to toughen them up, but when Joel faked amnesia, Miss Fairweather left sighing she'd been
thinking of asking the Green
Ranger out on a date, and he ran after her.
With Olympius trapped
in the Shadow World, Dana took her father to the carnival to take a
well-deserved break to relax.
At a small stage, Mr.
Mesmer boasted of amazing hypnotic powers, selecting Captain
Mitchell for a volunteer from the audience, and everyone clapped for him
as Dana convinced him to go up.
Mr. Mesmer dangled a
gold pendant for the obstinate Mitchell while slipping his star
medallion into Mitchell's pocket, and he spoke, "Listen closely, and do
as I say. You can't resist - you must obey! You must obey..."
After slipping a star medallion into his pocket
while trying to hypnotize him, Mr. Mesmer
commanded Mitchell to cluck like a chicken, but Mitchell snatched the
pendant and left as the audience booed in disappointment.
Mitchell apologized jokingly to Dana as they left together.
Watching, Mr. Mesmer
jingled his little pendant chime, making Mitchell pause, his irises
briefly red, but he said he was fine.
Later hypnotized when Jinxer jingled his chime from afar, Mitchell
repeated his command of, "You must obey," and walked to the Aquabase's Power Core, holding the medallion Jinxer had slipped into his pocket.
In the Power
Core, Mitchell diverted the base's energy into Jinxer's medallion, sending the energy to Olympius's Star
Over a small camera monitor, Dana told her father the atmospheric systems were
going down and the base would run out of air, but he smashed the camera
near him with a pipe.
Fairweather tried to get into the Power Core, Mitchell stood grinning
evilly at the medallion's glow.
Finally cutting the door open, guards searched
with flashlights, but when Miss
Fairweather went to pull a lever, Mitchell suddenly grabbed her and
threw her back, then fought the two baton-wielding guards.
Although the guards wore oxygen masks, Mitchell
wore none, pounding them with seemingly superior strength and knocking
As Mitchell grappled another guard, Miss Fairweather grabbed an emergency axe
off the wall and shattered the amulet with a mighty chop as Mitchell
cried out in protest.
In the wake of the medallion's shattering, Miss Fairweather woke the unconscious
Mitchell, and he hoped she could explain all of this.
The next day in Transport, the teens, dressed in beach clothes, packed beach
items into the Rover, ready to have some
fun after their last battle, but Mitchell called them to attention,
having scheduled a five mile hike with full gear, disappointing the teens.
Mitchell explained they couldn't afford to let
their guard down, having to keep in tip-top shape.
As Mitchell said there was no time for
recreation, having planned some sort of test for the next day, Joel sneaked behind him and dangled a stopwatch like
a pendulum to hypnotize him.
Surprised that it was apparently working, Joel commanded Mitchell to give the teens the day off, and he replied, "I will give
the Rangers the day off... except for Joel, who will now go on a ten mile hike!"
Mitchell shouted for Joel
to move it, doubletime, and the teens and techs laughed as the two left.
After the Rangers
had been unable to hit Arachnor
with the Unilaser, Mitchell remarked on the
ineffectiveness of the blasters and the Rescue
Bird but thought the Mega Battles
might have enough power to stop her.
As the teens left, Miss Fairweather had Carter stay, needing him to test the Trans-Armor Cycle prototype again, and
Captain Mitchell was among the victims abducted
from the Aquabase by Arachnor and sent to her webbing in
an old warehouse.
Arachnor's babies soon began to
hatch, but the egg sack was destroyed by the arriving Carter, who then freed the teens.
Soon, Captain Mitchell and Miss Fairweather led all the freed techs and civilians outside.
Unable to contact Dana
while she was away from base during an attack, Mitchell had the others
go without her.
In his standard uniform, Captain Mitchell
monitored the teens on a training session in a
park, while a prissy Dana tried to avoid getting
dirty or roughed up.
As Dana and Kelsey argued after Dana
had dropped Kelsey into the mud to answer her
cell phone, a limo arrived for Dana and she left
despite a reminder from Carter that the monster
was still out there.
Joel was upset Mitchell
had let Dana leave, but Mitchell replied he had
to trust her to make her own decisions, having the other four get back
to their training; she would eventually come to her senses.
As a display showed a swirling vortex at one end
of Mariner Stadium downtown, Mitchell showed the four teens and explained it was an energy flux,
definitely not man-made, and had them investigate.
As the others left, Mitchell called for Carter, but Carter found
himself confronted by Olympius, and the Red Mobile Armored Vehicle was dispatched (perhaps
by Mitchell) to take him to safety.
Mitchell told Carter the
others had been sucked into a vortex at the stadium, and he flew in
after Mitchell had told him to be careful.
Fighting giant Bansheera following their return downtown, the
Rangers were perplexed to report her sudden
disappearance from battle to Mitchell.
In a test room, Mitchell entered as the Rangers tested a mockup of the Lifeforce Megazord cockpit, where
collars tapped their life energies with increasing discomfort until Miss Fairweather had it shut down.
Asked by Mitchell what had happened, Miss Fairweather didn't quite know,
admitting that harnessing the Rangers' life
energy was more complicated than she'd thought.
Mitchell said it was too dangerous and thought
they should shut this project down, but the teens urged Miss
Fairweather to try it again, as Olympius
was still out there, and Mitchell allowed them to continue.
As Carter summoned the
various Zords to fight giant Olympius and Diabolico, he finally called for the Lightspeed Solarzord, at which point
Mitchell had a tech initiate the assembly
As Dana reported from the
ground of the three Megazords'
ineffectiveness against giant Diabolico and
Fairweather told them to try the Lifeforce Megazord, and Mitchell nodded
despite his apprehension.
successfully used Lifeforce level 3 to destroy Diabolico and Olympius.
In the conference room, Miss Fairweather reported to Mitchell
that they were working on the Omega
Megazord but that only the Lifeforce
Megazord was currently operational.
After losing a signal from Ryan in the tomb,
the teens were a bit stunned to realize Bansheera had captured him, but Carter deduced she would probably take him to the
Skull Cavern, so he intended to go there
to rescue him.
Agreeing with Chad's
objections, Mitchell said the plan was very risky, but Carter left, assuring the others he'd bring Ryan back.
From a corridor near the Lifeforce Megazord's holding bay
shortly after Carter's departure, Miss Fairweather frantically shouted to
Mitchell via a security camera that Batlings
had invaded the Aquabase, at which point
the Batlings burst out from a nearby door.
Mitchell had a tech go to red alert; elsewhere, techs and the teens clashed with the invading Batlings.
Entering Ops as the
Aquabase was under attack by the Lifeforce Megazord, Miss Fairweather observed the Megazord in
various camera views, including a cockpit cam of its Batling pilots, and observed Pod Four was under
Overwhelmed by Batlings, the four Rangers retreated into Rescue Ops and quickly sealed the emergency
doors behind them.
As the Lifeforce
Megazord pushed over the damaged Pod Four tower, Miss Fairweather and Captain Mitchell
were apparently aghast over its loss.
While Batlings pounded
on the door with a self-fashioned battering ram, Mitchell pounded his
fist into the controls and stared ahead intensely, not responding to Miss Fairweather as her voice echoed
distantly in his head.
As everyone evacuated on Miss Fairweather's orders, Dana urged her daddy to go, and he nodded, turning.
While the others evacuated everyone, the lone
Captain Mitchell looked around the sparking and ruined Rescue Ops.
When the teens and Miss Fairweather came back for him,
Mitchell replied without turning to face them, "Everything I've worked
so hard for... It's gone."
Making him look at her, Dana replied he still had Ryan and her, adding that Miss Fairweather and the other Rangers counted on him; blinking, Mitchell
looked at the others and realized she was right and had them head out.
Just then, the Lifeforce Megazord broke apart the
connecting tube, and a grenade from Batlings
outside the emergency doors blew up a console, shutting off the lights
and causing large debris to cover their way out.
As the six waited anxiously in the dying Rescue Ops dome with Batlings pounding outside, Dana brought their attention to a cracked monitor
which showed the functional Omega
Megazord walking downtown with a giant stone structure and casually
shoving over a building.
As the six attempted to clear off panels, Joel found an access panel in the floor which
Mitchell curiously identified as a maintenance shaft; on the computer,
Miss Fairweather traced a 3-D path
from the Ops dome up into the submarine bay.
As the six prepped the submarine after swimming
to the sub bay, they watched Batlings raid
the room and jam the submarine's winch with a bazooka blast, leaving
them suspended above the water.
As Joel refused to take
this, Mitchell resignedly told him it was no use, as the sub couldn't
work out of water (it being a submarine and not an airplane), but Joel had the others fire the torpedoes to blow their
After they'd blown the Lifeforce Megazord back, Mitchell
called for full speed ahead; as the sub sped away, the fallen Lifeforce Megazord exploded, and the
entire Aquabase then detonated with
numerous underwater explosions.
As the rumbling subsided, the six looked at the
monitor in dismay as the Aquabase was
As the Omega
Megazord blasted at Carter and Ryan on the Red Mobile Armored
Vehicle, the six arrived from a loading ramp in the harbor, and
Mitchell had the teens go.
As the Rangers,
Mitchell, and Miss Fairweather watched
the skull castle disintegrate downtown
following Bansheera's defeat, Mitchell
smiled at Dana.
Another day in the park, the five teens stood facing Ryan
and Mitchell, who still wore his standard uniform.
As Carter proudly
removed his Morpher and handed it to
Mitchell, he apologized about the Aquabase, but Mitchell replied at least Bansheera and her demons were gone forever and Mariner Bay was safe again.
Dana beamed that they
finally had time to be a normal family, and Ryan
smiled that it sounded great to him.
After all five teens
(but not Ryan) had returned their Morphers to him, Mitchell looked at them
Carter told Mitchell it
had been a pleasure, saluting, and Mitchell saluted back.
Fairweather had arrived to take Joel on their
date, the remaining three teens began to part
ways from the Mitchell family.
Just then, a fire truck raced by toward a dark
mass of smoke on the horizon.
Confused as the teens
ran off leaving him holding their five Morphers, Captain Mitchell happily called
after them, "Hey, you forgot these!" but they kept running, only Ryan armed with his Morpher.
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