- The teens tested robot
versions of themselves that had been built on Eltar by Zordon and Alpha Five; for a control subject, they made it
so that robot Justin didn't know he was a robot, in order for the teens to study how real the robots were.
- The robot teens acted exactly like their teen counterparts, with the same emotions,
consciousness, and general brain functions.
- In the Juice Bar,
Skull accidentally knocked a tray from Lt. Stone's hand, splashing shakes all over robot
- Wiping off at the Juice
Bar, robot Ashley secretly exposed the smoking wiring in her left
arm, but robot Justin saw and was frightened.
- Robot Ashley and robot Cassie agreed to take
tennis lessons with Bulk and Skull.
- Soon after declining robot Ashley's offer for him
to come with them, robot Justin broke robot T.J.'s Walkman while trying
to drag him after robot Ashley.
- Robot Ashley and robot Cassie took lessons, with
robot Ashley hitting the balls incredibly fast.
- Spying on the girls with robot Justin, robor T.J.
was trying to play off robot Justin's concerns as nothing.
- Robot Ashley mangled her tennis racket during her
practice while Bulk and Skull watched,
with Skull videotaping her; meanwhile, robot
Ashley was amused.
- When Elgar, Flash Head, and Piranhatron attacked the tennis court, robot
Justin wanted to see if Ashley could morph, since he figured a robot Ashley
couldn't morph, but robot T.J. said
they couldn't wait, as the girls were in trouble.
- The robot teens were able to morph with the keys and Morphers.
- Robot Justin was still watching from the bushes
after the others had morphed when
robot Carlos teleported in, and the two
- After the Rangers
had destroyed Flash Head, robot
Justin apologized to robot Ashley for thinking crazy things about her.
- While robot Carlos got robot Justin's help with
some math homework in the Juice Bar, robot
T.J., robot Ashley, and robot Cassie conspired to keep an eye on robot
Justin, as he knew too much.
- At school another day,
robot Justin fixed robot T.J.'s Walkman.
- At his locker,
robot T.J. had wires from a flashing setup in the locker connected to his exposed left arm
- After robot Justin had seen robot T.J.'s setup,
robot T.J., robot Ashley, and robot Cassie surrounded robot Justin in
the hall, greeting him with excessive happiness, making him flee to the
Youth Center where robot Carlos was.
- Robot Carlos was apparently genuinely hurt by
robot Justin's accidentally slamming the door into his face.
- Robot Carlos pretended not to believe robot
Justin's story about the other robot teens.
- Voltmeister had an electro-whip,
which he said could short out any Ranger;
when he used it on the Rangers, they
rolled down a slope and at the bottom demorphed with Ranger-colored light.
- Robot Carlos's face had fallen off, revealing a
hollow, mechanical surface within; he picked his face up and put it back
- Robot T.J. had Alpha
teleport them from the park to the Power Chamber.
- In the Power
Chamber, robot Carlos's nose or face still hurt.
- The four real teens
rushed in from the northwest door
and greeted the robots, then proceeded to examine them.
- After Dimitria told
robot Justin the truth about the teens'
experiment and that they'd been built by Zordon
and Alpha Five on Eltar, the real Justin
- Justin opened his robot
duplicate's shirt and pressed a button on robot Justin's electronic
stomach (or perhaps an insert between his shirt and flesh) and
reactivated his memory chips.
- T.J. explained they'd wanted
to know if the robot Rangers could endure the battle against evil; robot Justin said he thought they had a few
light-heartedly said that no one could replace the real Rangers but that perhaps someday the robot
Rangers would assist them.
- The robot teens weren't shown giving the keys and Morphers back to the real teens, but the real teens
were able to summon them and morph
- Another day, the robot teens were needed on Eltar; the real Justin was
sad, but Dimitria told him that life was a
long journey and that their paths might cross again someday.
- Justin apologized for
scaring robot Justin, but robot Justin was grateful to have learned what
it was like to be a real boy.
- Justin had wanted to
teach robot Justin how to play soccer, and they got carried away with
the things they could do together next time.
- The five seemingly happy robot teens were teleported to Eltar
without supplies or luggage of any sort.
"Robot Rangers." Updated 1/18/99
Edited by Joe Rovang
Content owned by Saban Entertainment. Used without permission.