For Miss Appleby's
assignment to give a ten-minute report on a language, Billy and Tommy paired up and decided to research the
translation of ancient Egyptian heiroglyphics.
To aim the antidote missile at the right
spot on giant Sinister
Simian, Billy targeted her heart, saying it was where memories were
kept, yet (unlike the ancient Egyptians) modern-day humankind, especially scientists such as Billy,
understood the brain to be responsible for cognition, not the heart.
Three, designed by Zordon and Billy, was based on the sphinx, and its Zeo Battle Helmet used "pyramid power"; similarly, the Zeo Rangers demonstrated various other pyramid connections, including Gold Ranger's Pyramidas.
Adam was in an Egyptian stunt show in which a pharaoh-like guy tried
to steal the Staff of Power to conquer Egypt, but Adam and two other
people were defenders of the staff who defeated the would-be thief.
Pharaoh, a creature from ancient Egypt, had left Divatox at the altar a thousand years ago, but in real life, ancient Egypt only went up to the 300's BCE; in 1000 CE, Egypt was ruled by Arabian caliphs.
Pharaoh's staff looked identical to the one Adam had designed for the Egyptian stunt show from wood, papier mache, and glass.
Entering the subcraft's bridge from the lift, he said he'd been sitting down to a meal of scarab beetles and monkey brains when he
was supposedly taken prisoner onto the subcraft, which he called a floating garbage can.
When Divatox told
Pharaoh to take the detonator to the Angel Grove stunt
show and make sure the "Rangers"
didn't find it, he asked, "You're talking about the Turbo Rangers?"; after Divatox's reply of, "Who else?" he told her she
could never beat them.
Edited by Joe Rovang. Content owned by Disney, used without permission.