Citizens of Angel Grove (MMPR season 3)
In the simulated past (see "Orb of Doom"), the five kids were
walking together through the Angel Grove Warehouse
District, where a megaphone from a police van
told them and others there that the city was under attack and under a
mandatory curfew; at the time, Professor Longnose and five monsters were attacking the desert.
The mandatory curfew over Angel Grove was lifted
following the victory of the Aquitian Rangers,
with whom the people of Angel Grove were
A TV reporter believed young
Bulk when he said they'd seen the superheroes,
but she didn't believe young Skull when he said
the superheroes were aliens that had come from
The six kids all went to Angel Grove Elementary School;
while the others may have reasonably ridden home from Angel Grove
Elementary to Stone Canyon or wherever Tommy lived at the time, Kat
must have been missing from Australia
Four of the kids rode
on "Angel Grove Unified" bus 119, on which young Bulk and Skull also rode; young Billy and Adam walked to Billy's house.
Alpha said that the closest body of water from
the Command Center was the fountain in
the town square, but in 335-ARA2, the closest
body of water seemed to be the lake.
At the supposed town
sqare, which Alpha later said was in the
center of town, no buildings could be seen around the park in which the fountain was located,
only trees and mountains.
Shortly after the Aquitian
Rangers' victory over Slotsky, Mayor Carrington, stood at
a podium near the fountain at which the Aquitian Rangers had rehydrated and morphed in front of a crowd of people; a
sign at the gathering read, "Thank You Aquitian
Rangers"; with the unmorphed Aquitian
Rangers standing beside her, Mayor Carrington told the
crowd, "Citizens of Angel Grove, as you
know, our town has come under the attack of horrible alien forces. But thanks to our new friends from
a faraway land, all is well. We are safe, and it is for this reason
that I present our Aquitian Rangers with
the highest honor for bravery: the Golden Star!"
Ranger fan girls
- two girls fascinated by the Power Rangers (302-FIN2 through 303-FIN3)
Two girls in the Juice
Bar were, as Bulk told Skull, nuts over the Rangers.
Skull told Bulk, so that the two girls could hear, that the Rangers gathered at a secret location every day, in
the mountainside near East Angel Grove Heights.
The blonde girl drove herself and her friend in a
beige, relatively new Ford car on their trip to East Angel Grove
Heights, thinking they were going to discover the Rangers' secret meeting place.
The black-haired girl referred to Bulk and Skull as "the two clowns back at
the Youth Center."
The girls didn't believe for a second that Bulk and Skull, in their Ranger-like suits, were actually the Power Rangers.
When Repellator appeared on the
scene, and made the four teenagers flee, the two girls wouldn't let Bulk and Skull into their car to protect the
two punks from the monster.
Although the girls had seemed to drive off
without Bulk and Skull, they came into
the Juice Bar, frustrated, with Bulk and Skull immediately behind them
trying to explain, at which point they decided to ditch the "geeks."
At the Juice Bar,
the two girls began talking with two attractive guys.
- friend to Billy's family; keeper of Japanese garden in park
Billy's parents had met Ko years ago when
Ko was living in the Orient; he had been running his huge garden
(presumably just the one in Angel Grove)
since Billy was ten years old.
Ko knew several different languages.
Ko had a large collection of Oriental lanterns.
The inscription on the lantern Ko's father had
given Ko on his fourth birthday explained courage, reading, "The dragon
you fear is only as potent as your imagination."; Adam asked what it meant but knew when Ko asked him
what it meant to him.
When Adam asked if he was
right in his interpretation that fear was only as powerful as you make
it in your mind, Ko told him, "If you believe it, then it is so," which
could have been another translation of the message or a reply to Adam's question of whether it was right.
Ko translated the message on Adam's lantern; Adam didn't
understand the message, and when Ko said that they were wise words but
that like all others, they were only words, Adam
didn't understand that either; Ko said that, as before, Adam must discover what this meant to him.
Billy privately told Adam that some of the advice Ko gave him didn't make
sense until a day or two later.
Bulk, Skull and Ko were all somewhere in the area when
the teens morphed into Ninja Rangers and fought the Tengas.
Soon after Ko had left Billy and Adam alone in the
area holding his Oriental lantern collection, Squatt and Baboo stole
most of the lanterns, leaving only a few behind, with two of them ripped
A sign in the park near Ko's huge garden read, "To Japanese Garden."
- Rocky DeSantos's dyslexic friend and science partner (311-FD&L)
Rocky and Alan were lab
partners in Mr. Wilton's chemistry class.
Alan read the chemistry problem wrong and
inadvertently had Rocky create a mixture which
spouted smoke out of the beaker, forcing the class to leave the room.
Billy guessed from Alan's
notes and the reaction that had occurred that Alan had read the elements
Mr. Wilton told Alan
that until he could get his grades up, he was going to suggest that the
coach suspend Alan from the football team; when Rocky offered to help Alan study, Mr. Wilton agreed not to say anything to the
coach if he could see that Alan was making an extra effort.
Rocky said Alan was smart
and he didn't understand why Alan had so much trouble with school.
Ever since he was a kid, Alan hated reading since
it seemed words and numbers were out to trick him because he would
occasionally see them upside-down and backwards.
After Bulk and
Skull had been turned into footballs, Centiback's spiked football
turned Alan into a purple football; they were all later turned back to
normal with the use of two modified buckets Alpha had given to Rocky and Ninjor to
reverse the spiked football's energy wave.
After being restored, Bulk, Skull, and Alan (and Joe
Haley, Centiback's final
victim) probably saw Red Ranger and Ninjor briefly before being teleported in white energy back to the
football field by Alpha.
Alan got to stay on the football field because
he'd tested positive for dyslexia.
As Lt. Stone scolded Bulk and Skull in the outdoor cafe, not believing their story of
being turned into footballs, neither Rocky nor
Alan nor Joe Haley made any
attempt to verify Bulk and Skull's story
as they watched with amusement.
- snobby rich girl
Veronica ran the Angel Girls Club.
The other girls kicked Veronica out of the club after
finding out that she was turning girls down whose families weren't rich
Shawn and Veronica walked
up to Tanya while she was watching Adam practice for the upcoming kung fu tournament.
Veronica was Shawn's new
When Tanya told Veronica
it was nice to meet her, Veronica replied that she was sure it was.
Veronica scoffed at Tanya's mention of Adam's
secret weapon: honor.
Aisha did volunteer work
at the animal shelter with Dr. Wheeler.
Aisha ninja-morphed loudly in the back room of
the animal shelter.
Dr. Wheeler met Kat, who
told her she was new from Australia
and wanted to adopt a puppy, but then Kat vanished
when Aisha, Kim, and
Another person worked in the animal shelter with
Dr. Wheeler and Aisha.
- girl sad on Christmas Eve (325-IDWR)
At the preparations in the Youth Center for the Christmas Eve party,
Becky was sad because she wanted her dad to come hear her sing, but he
couldn't come because he had to work.
During the party, Becky's dad came, promising to
spend more time with her.
Becky sat on Bulk's lap
(as he was dressed as Santa)
to thank him for bringing her dad home and fulfilling her Christmas
- former martial arts student of Tommy Oliver (326-Pita)
Tommy was giving karate
lessons to a kid named Danny in the Youth
At the Juice Bar,
Tommy ordered a veggie pita and a fruit
smoothie; Danny ordered a double cheeseburger, fries, and a shake, but
Tommy reminded him that what he put into his
body made a big difference in how he felt, and Danny changed his order
to match Tommy's.
When Tommy suddenly began
devouring large amounts of junk food (secretly as a result of
inadvertently swallowing the shrunken Ravenator monster), Danny said
he couldn't believe he'd looked up to Tommy,
then left, calling him a total fake.
Later, Danny, Tommy's
best student, didn't want to hear any more of Tommy's lies and was quitting karate.
Tommy admitted he'd made
some mistakes and apologized but told Danny that martial arts wasn't
about believing in him; it was about believing in himself.
Danny and Tommy had
practice early the next morning.
"Citizens of Angel Grove (MMPR season 3)."
Edited by Joe Rovang. Content owned by Disney, used without permission.