Happy Birthday, Zack

Episode Information

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Season 1

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Episode # 10
Written by Stewart St. John
Directed by Jeff Reiner
Original Air Date
Reversioning OAD February 27, 2010
(on ABC Kids)
Total U.S. airings Disclaimer 7
(list of airings)
Last aired March 20, 2010
(on ABC Kids)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Zyuranger #
    • 1
    • 2
    • 3
    • 4
    • 6
    • 10
    • 12
    • 15
    • 19
    • 20
    • 24
    • 49
  • plus additional Zyu1.5 footage
Footage analysis at SirStack’s Morphylogeny
Previous Episode For Whom the Bell Trolls
Next Episode No Clowning Around
  • Baboo
  • Finster
  • Goldar
  • Knasty Knight
  • Rita Repulsa
  • Squatt
Episode analysis at Revisiting Power Rangers
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  • Immediately after Zack morphed, the Power Axe was smoking, as if it has just sustained a hit. (11:45)
  • The Black Ranger jumped into the air with his axe but in the next shot he had his Bladeblaster out. (12:19)
  • Squatt’s camera suddenly went out of control, releasing four Ranger-colored balls of light. (12:31)
  • When the four teens morphed to help Zack, there were white flashes between the morphs. (13:11)
  • When the Rangers call for their Dinozords individually, Kimberly isn’t shown calling her zord. (14:57)
  • When Red Ranger pulled his Power Coin out of his morpher to form his Power Crystal, his Power Morpher had “Zyuranger” and “Kyoryusentai” written on it rather than “Power Rangers”. (15:14)
  • The Power Sword flipped between shots - it flew down from the sky point-down, but it was point-up when the Megazord caught it. (16:17)


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