RESIDENTIAL/RECREATIONAL
Subcategories: Contests, Angel Grove Park, Angel Grove Lake, Billy's house, Trini's house, Kim's house, Rita's fake carnival, Bulk's house, Sports, Angel Grove Beach, West Union Park, Skull's dad's workshop, Aisha's house, Bulk and/or Skull's garage
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244-RGR1.
-   The teens, with Bulk and Skull going too, met up at the Macarthur Pavilion, a shaded area containing tables with umbrellas; the teens passed by a very large recycling dumpster on their walk there.

338-Bulk.
-   In the simulated past (see "Orb of Doom"), young Bulk's uncle owned Splash City, a water park.
-   When giant Bratboy poured a bottle of polluted water onto the Aquitian Rangers, the polluted water got all into the water system of Splash City, most likely endangering the visitors that used the park during and after that time.

501-SIT1.
-   Angel Grove High's graduating class of 1997 had its graduation ceremony in the Angel Grove Botanical Gardens.

504-Shad.
-   Tanya, Adam, and Kat were on a walk at an Angel Grove Construction Company site, where the future Angel Grove Homeless Shelter was to be built, when they were attacked by the Chromite; nearby was where Porto had hidden his detonator.


BILLY'S HOUSE
First Appearance: 104-PrEn
Last Appearance: 336-CEvF
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See Also: Billy
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104-PrEn.
-   Billy's house and garage were shown for the first time when Kim and Zack ran up from the left to talk with Trini and Billy, who were already there.
-   If the large opening in the front of the garage were designated as "south", then the garage had a door on the "north" end of the "east" wall.

107-IEyG.
-   The aforementioned door led outside.
-   To walk from Billy's house to the Youth Center, the teens and Willy went through Angel Grove Park.

115-SwPl.
-   There was a black and tan German Shepard with a collar outside Billy's garage; it chased the spying Bulk and Skull away.

117-GWE1.
-   Toward the west of Billy's garage is a wooden fence with greenery behind it, and to the east is a tan stone wall with greenery behind it.

125-LAMa.
-   Billy's garage had a large garage door which could close off the large front opening.
-   There appeared to be a mountain in the distance behind Billy's garage in the direction of "northeast."

140-Ddy2.
-   The teens went to Billy's garage to change the frequency on their communicators to foil Rita's jamming of the frequency; the RADBUG was parked outside the garage, missing the large apparatus which should have been attached to the rear of the car.
-   There was an exercise bench just outside Billy's garage.
-   Goldar smashed some of the equipment in Billy's garage as he approached the teens.

141-PigS.
-   In Billy's garage was a (presumably artificial) human skeleton on a stand; it wore glasses and a copper bowl on its head.

202-Mut2.
-   Billy now seemed to keep his garage's large, front garage door closed; unless otherwise noted, the garage wouldn't again appear to be open in front.

213-GNM2.
-   In Billy's garage, Billy's communicator locked on to the forcefield around the Command Center, and when he entered the data into his computer, it could tell them how to break through it.
-   By breaking through the forcefield, Billy's computer showed a shot of Alpha from inside the Command Center.

217-WhL1.
-   Billy was able to use the computer in his garage to access the Command Center's activity on a CD he'd removed from the Command Center console.

220-OpAt.
-   Billy had a printer behind where he sat at his computer; on the wall immediately behind the printer was an air currents map.

231-WRNR.
-   The amnesic Billy was amazed by the laboratory setup in his own garage.
-   In the garage was a silver suitcase which contained around a dozen prisms.

235-ScvH.
-   In his garage, Billy took out from a small black chest a toy cannon his little cousin had left there (in his garage, or perhaps simply his house) last summer.

336-CEvF.
-   Billy's house looked the same in the simulated past (see "Orb of Doom") as it had in the present; his lab looked similar, but he didn't have nearly the equipment he'd had in the present.
-   After working in Billy's garage, young Billy and Adam went out a door of the house to walk through the neighborhood.

340-ACSp.
-   Billy left his garage through an unseen exit on the left.


TRINI'S HOUSE
First Appearance: 111-FWBT
Last Appearance: 111-FWBT
See Also: Trini
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111-FWBT.
-   Trini's house was two-story.
?   The exterior view of the house showed the window of a room that still had the lights on, but the window as seen from inside her room didn't match that window.
-   Judging from the lights in the distance and their stationary images as the camera moved, it seemed that Trini's house was next to a large, open area, such as a field.
-   There was a picture of Zack on Trini's bedroom wall.


KIM'S HOUSE
First Appearance: 131-CKim
Last Appearance: 308-ABWD
See Also: Kimberly
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131-CKim.
-   Kim's room had several cat-themed decorations.

302-FIN2.
-   Kim's bedroom appeared the same as it had been in 131-CKim.


RITA'S FAKE CARNIVAL
- carnival secretly run by Rita as a trap for the Rangers; later turned into a legitimate carnival
First Appearance: 113-NClA
Last Appearance: 113-NClA
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113-NClA.
-   The entire carnival that the teens went to, called the Angel Grove Fair, was a fake set up by Rita; her plan was to capture Sylvia and have Pineoctopus (disguised as Pineapple the Clown) turn the Rangers into cardboard cutouts when they attempted to rescue her.
-   Putties were disguised as human clowns at Rita's fake carnival; they lost their disguises once the teens were the only people remaining in the carnival.
-   Jason yelled over a megaphone to the people in Rita's fake carnival that Rita was attacking the park and that it was a trap, and he, Billy, Zack, and Kim directed the screaming masses out of the carnival.
-   People continued attending the carnival that same day, even the teens and Sylvia; hopefully, the employees still there weren't Putties in disguise.


BULK'S HOUSE
First Appearance: 125-LAMa
Last Appearance: 125-LAMa
See Also: Bulk, Bulk and/or Skull's garage
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125-LAMa.
-   Searching for costumes to wear to the masquerade party, Bulk and Skull were in a bedroom that belonged to one of them; the fact that Bulk was using a belt massager (commonly used in the belief that it would make one lose weight) in the room makes it almost certain that it was his room rather than Skull's.
-   Beyond the foot of the bed in Bulk's room was a blue chest full of costumes.
-   There was an electric guitar in Bulk's room.
-   Hanging on the wall above Bulk's bed was an enormous plastic hotdog and bun.
-   Bulk's room was on ground level.


ANGEL GROVE BEACH
First Appearance: 120-GWE4
Last Appearance: 639-Ghst
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130-RkSt.
-   Jason took Jeremy to the beach to fish and do martial arts.
-   Jeremy caught a bottle while fishing at Angel Grove Beach; inside was the map to the Mirror of Destruction.
-   In the mountains which were right next to the beach was a beach club with two outdoor pools.

132-ASIB.
-   The five teens, as well as Bulk and Skull, went to the beach.

145-SFsh.
-   The scuba-diving Jason, Trini, and Zack, as well as the Goo Fish monster, were in the ocean off Angel Grove Beach; there were reefs there.

433-RvOG.
-   To prevent Trey from smashing into the forcefield Mondo had put around the Power Chamber's exterior, Billy rerouted Trey's teleportation to Angel Cove (located at the beach), since it was surrounded on three sides by cliffs.

511-Wt&S.
-   The subcraft crashed into Angel Grove Cliffs, but it was supposed to be in the lake.

520-StWi.
-   There was an outdoor merchant area on the boardwalk near the beach, where Delisha Ennivel was selling Ashley's hate-inducing jackets.


WEST UNION PARK
- park containing Easter Island head statues
First Appearance: 208-PStl
Last Appearance: 208-PStl
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208-PStl.
-   Octophantom was painting graffiti on statues in West Union Park, on the edge of Angel Grove; in the park were large stone Easter Island Heads known as the Pacific Heritage Monument.


SKULL'S DAD'S WORKSHOP
First Appearance: 217-WhL1
Last Appearance: 249-SBR2
See Also: Bulk and/or Skull's garage
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217-WhL1.
-   When Rita's space dumpster crashed nearby, Bulk and Skull took it to Skull's dad's workshop, thinking the canister was an omen that would reveal the secrets of the Power Rangers.
-   There was a trailer, perhaps a trailer home, outside the door of the workshop.
-   Stairs in the workshop led up to what was most likely Skull's house, as Skull thought that Rita's screaming from inside the space dumpster was his mom calling for him.

218-WhL2.
-   Skull's dad's workshop, and seemingly Skull's house as well, were located near an industrial park.

248-SBR1.
-   Bulk started making a monster in what looked like Skull's dad's workshop while Skull was reading the cookbook he'd bought for his mom.


AISHA'S HOUSE
First Appearance: 308-ABWD
Last Appearance: 332-TSOD
See Also: Aisha
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309-PsLn.
-   Aisha's parents had let Kim start a new garden at their house.

316-Cat1.
-   The windows were open downstairs, so when Kim left the door open to Aisha's room, the girls thought P.C. had run away; the cat had actually left the house through the front door, which was ajar.

328-Chmp.
-   Aisha's house had a porch swing on the left side of the porch.

332-TSOD.
-   Aisha's house was numbered 23906.


BULK AND/OR SKULL'S GARAGE
First Appearance: 401-AZB1
Last Appearance: 421-Bro?
See Also: Bulk's house, Skull's dad's workshop
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401-AZB1.
-   Skull brought Bulk into a cluttered garage to show him a junky bike with a sidecar that was parked there; Skull had gotten the bike from his cousin Femur, who was going to throw it out; Skull wanted to use it as a patrol bike.

402-AZB2.
-   Bulk and Skull kept Rito and Goldar as pets in the garage, at least until they began working for Detective Stone's detective agency in 425-SSYw.

OTHER SOURCES

PRZ comic book
-   During their time living together as junior police cadets, Bulk and Skull may have rented their dwelling; the apparent landlady was a middle-aged tacky dresser named Mrs. Crabtree, who frequently complained about the duo's noisy guests (Rito and Goldar).  Click for picture


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