Wizard for a Day

Episode Information

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
Season 3

Episode #
Written by
Mark Hoffmeier
Directed by
Armand Garabidian
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings(disclaimer)
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing
Friday, June 25, 1999
(on Fox Kids)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Kakuranger # 24, 29, 31, 32, 33
Previous Episode
Finster, Goldar, Lord Zedd, Marvo the Meanie, Rita Repulsa, Rito Revolto, Tengas


  • In the area where Bulk and Skull were ticketing offending parked cards, there was a “Restaurant Parking Only” sign, a “No Parking” sign, and a “Handicapped Parking Only” sign, all in the same area. (03:33)
  • While it’s possible that the hallway at the school could have been empty, there were other teens in the youth center when Kimberly shouted “Ninja Power, now!” (09:23)
  • When Rito held Zedd’s staff in the park during his day of leadership, the Z on the staff was facing the right way from shots both in front of and behind Rito, an impossibility. (10:50)
  • For Rocky’s morph from Ninja Ranger to Power Ranger, Rocky’s morpher was closed, yet all the other morphers were open. (11:43)
  • Rocky warned the Rangers of the possible noxious nature of the liquids and that they’d better cover their faces; they all then put their hands over their mouthplates; regardless of whether this suggests that the Rangers had to breathe through their helmets, the two bottles had tops on them. (12:45)
  • Rito commented that there was still a space on the beaker holder for the Red Ranger, but there didn’t appear to be another clamp available. (13:41)
  • The Ninja Megazord was the same size as Giant Marvo the Meanie, but the Ape Ninjazord, merely an arm on the Ninja Megazord, was also the same size. (17:15)


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