Angel Grove citizens (PRZ)
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Shawn, Raymond, Penny, Emily, Jennifer, Mr. Toggle, Joey, Captain Pete, Miss Rodriguez, Delmar, Connie, Eddie, Robert
A TV reporter said it had
been unusually quiet in downtown Angel
Grove for the past several weeks, which was good news since their
local heroes the Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers
hadn't been seen or heard from in some time; some people believed the
Rangers had returned to their own planet.
- Rocky's former science partner and romantic interest (404-Trgt)
exactly like Zarius of Edenoi, but without the mind crystal.
Jennifer was partners with a Rocky to design a computer game for a science
Silo's body looked exactly like the
robot fighters in the computer game Rocky and
Jennifer were designing at the time the Cogs were
finishing up Silo's construction.
Jennifer was either consciously or unconsciously
ignoring Rocky's attempts to ask her to the
upcoming dance on Friday.
The game was currently a fighting game, but
Jennifer was displeased with it; to demonstrate the way it was supposed
to work, she supposedly wiped and rebooted the computer's main hard
drive (!), and when the game came back up, it was a trivia game in which
one player was asked a question and then blasted with a missile if he
With the "main chip" still not responding,
Jennifer headed home to do some tests.
Telling Rocky to meet her back there later that afternoon,
Jennifer activated a security code on the resource center's (public) computer so no
one could get into the system while they were gone.
Jennifer let Rocky keep
the password when he volunteered.
Jennifer wanted an A+ for the science project.
The password Jennifer had entered was "MOOK."
Upon returning later, Jennifer was on the
computer, trying to figure out what had happened; unbeknownst to her, a
Cog had stolen the password from Rocky and then the game from the computer in order
to program Silo.
Rocky admitted it was his
fault someone had broken into the system and gotten rid of their
software, and Jennifer told him she'd known she couldn't trust him to be
responsible; he then gave her the disk containing the software, telling
her he'd found it in a junkyard.
When Rocky asked Jennifer
to the dance since he'd saved the project, she told him with hostility
that it was his fault the software was touched in the first place, but
she then had what looked like a nervous half-smirk on her face when Rocky began to cut her off and then ask her why
she'd been giving him the cold shoulder the whole time they'd been
Jennifer had a lot riding on her science grade,
and she wanted a scholarship from the college she was looking into,
which was watching her closely.
When Rocky made sure
Jennifer didn't have it in for him, she replied that it wasn't "that way
Jennifer and Rocky
decided to be friends, and then Jennifer, really busy on Friday, gave Rocky a rain check for some other time.
- teacher at Angel Grove High (405-FCOL)
Mr. Toggle, a teacher at Angel
Grove High, wanted his students (which included Tommy and Kat) to do a report
on family cares and relationships, so the students had to pretend to be
married to their partners for the week.
After the reports were over, Mr. Toggle
approached Tommy and Kat
in the resource center, not having had
a chance to tell them how much he'd enjoyed their report since class had
Mr. Toggle had thought Tommy and Kat's use of baby
Joey was brilliant; he gave them both
Mr. Toggle was married and had twin children.
Kat rather reluctantly
accepted when Mr. Toggle needed a babysitter for Saturday night; Tommy chuckled and rubbed it in a bit that Kat would be babysitting again, but Mr. Toggle wanted
him also, and Tommy reluctantly agreed.
- baby cared for by Kat and Tommy (405-FCOL)
Joey was a friend of Kat's
family whom she babysat all the time; Kat had volunteered to watch Joey for a several days
to give herself and Tommy some insight for the
school project in which they had to pretend to be
married to each other for a week.
Joey's crying in Angel Grove
High's resource center made
Later, Tommy left Joey in
a baby room somewhere, once Joey had finally gone to sleep.
Clown put Joey under a spell which increased the volume of his
crying to destructive levels.
The next day when Rocky
woke Joey up to say hi, Joey's piercing crying was so loud that it
caused the ground to quake.
After Kat and Rocky took Joey outside in his stroller and then
had Alpha watch him, Boohoo and the Cogs teleported away with Joey and
the stroller, taking him to the Angel Grove
power plant; soon afterward, Joey was shown smiling, his stroller
located up on a high ledge at the power plant.
Joey again cried when morphed Tommy went to give him his bottle but found that it
energy blast (perhaps inadvertantly) sent Joey's stroller falling off
its high ledge, but mid-fall, as morphed Tommy
was diving down to catch the stroller, Billy
safely teleported Joey to the Power Chamber, and Billy was soon shown holding Joey in his arm in the
In the Youth
Center, Captain Pete and his robotic sidekick, Puppetman, were performing for an
audience of kids who loved the show.
threw a bucket-full of water in Captain Pete's face when he said that
day's secret word, "Power Rangers."
"Power Rangers" is a phrase, not a single word.
Captain Pete could juggle.
Captain Pete hid behind his set while evil Puppetman and the hypnotized
children trashed the Youth Center around
After the Rangers had
broken evil Puppetman's spell
over the kids and destroyed Puppetman, Alpha had reassembled Puppetman, this time with a
deflector to prevent Mondo from regaining
control; Puppetman was back in
Captain Pete's act that same day, and the kids still loved the show.
- administrator at Angel Grove High
Miss Rodriguez, apparently an administrator or
counselor at Angel Grove, had been going
through Adam's class schedule and noticed that
he'd taken creative writing twice; she wanted Adam to have more of a challenge, and for him to
strive to be a more well-rounded student, so she handed him a schedule
assigning him to take a classical music class.
Miss Rodriguez also had Skull take the same classical music class.
Miss Rodriguez got hit in the head with a pie on
the way into the Juice Bar, yet another
one of the pranks set up by a practical joker striking at Angel Grove High and the Youth Center.
Miss Rodriguez planned to find out who was behind
the practical jokes before Mr. Caplan got
back from vacation.
Bulk and Skull
volunteered to find the culprit, and Miss Rodriguez agreed to hire them;
when Humphrey and Bogart, "Ace Crimesolvers" (and the actual culprits)
gave Miss Rodriguez their card, Miss Rodriguez said the first duo to
find the practical jokester would be handsomely rewarded.
Although it had been
Kat and Tanya who
identified Humphrey and Bogart as the culprits behind the practical
jokes, Miss Rodriguez told Bulk and Skull
their check would be in the mail as she hauled Humphrey and Bogart off.
Miss Rodriguez chased a student named Steven down
the hall for rollerblading in school.
- son of police chief; sold many raffle tickets (418-InSp)
Delmar, the son of the chief of police, sold a large number of raffle tickets for
the silver and turquoise arrowhead in the Native American arts exhibit sponsored by
the police cultural committee.
Delmar sold tickets to Mr.
Caplan, Rocky, Tanya, Adam, and many more
Later in the Youth
Center, Delmar was swamped by people wanting to buy tickets.
Bulk and Skull
tried to bully Delmar until Lt. Stone told them
that Delmar was the son of the chief of police.
Delmar had Bulk and
Skull buy fifty tickets each from him.
Delmar was sure he would be going to Maui for
selling the most raffle tickets.
Lt. Stone liked Delmar
and told Bulk and Skull they could learn
a lot from him.
Crandall was the police
chief's daughter; unless there had been a change of police chiefs since 418-InSp, Connie was Delmar's sister.
- Junior Police cadet (424-BlkF); Bulk's former romantic interest (424-BlkF)
Lt. Stone introduced to
Bulk and Skull the new rookie, Cadet
Connie was the police chief's daughter;
unless there had been a change of police chiefs since 418-InSp, Connie was the sister of Delmar.
After Bulk had been caught
trying to impress Connie while dressed as an English gentlemen, Chief Crandall said he
wouldn't tolerate any fraternizing in the ranks, especially with his
Bulk got Skull to come into the police
station with him; they were both dressed as beatniks, and Bulk read a nonsensical love poem to Connie.
When Bulk and
Skull had a fan blow papers and feathers all over the place as Bulk held a chicken as a visual aid, Lt. Stone and Chief Crandall came into the
room; Chief Crandall
fired Lt. Stone for the actions of Bulk and Skull, and Bulk and Skull quit as well.
At the dance at the Youth Center, Connie apologized to Bulk for her father's being
overprotective, and she explained that she'd quit the Junior Police Patrol too, because she'd only
joined to impress her father.
Connie asked Bulk to
dance, and he accepted, realizing that they both shouldn't pretend to be
people they weren't.
- leader of biker gang (436-BITS)
Eddie and his biker gang rode terrorized Ernie's beach club as
it was being set up on the lake; Eddie
claimed that the area was the gang's turf.
Emily rode behind Eddie
on his bike.
Eddie gave Ernie
twenty-four hours to clear out of the area.
Apparently the next day, Emily explained to Jason
that when she'd first moved to Angel Grove,
no one would talk to her, so she'd joined Eddie's biker gang, since they
were the only ones who would talk to her.
After hearing how Jason
had helped Emily, Eddie took his biker gang to
the beach club to show his appreciation by
having the gang help set up the beach
- new kid at Angel Grove High (440-TJOB)
Tanya, Adam, and Kat showed the new
kid, Robert, around school; Angel Grove High was a lot bigger than Robert's old
Junior detectives Humphrey and Bogart accused
Robert of planting all the practical jokes around the school and Youth
Center, but Kat and Tanya discovered that the two detectives were
actually the culprits.
"Angel Grove citizens (PRZ)."
Edited by Joe Rovang. Content owned by Disney, used without permission.