A Ranger Catastrophe Part I

Episode Information

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
Season 3

Episode #
Written by
Douglas Sloan
Directed by
Douglas Sloan
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings(disclaimer)
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing
Saturday, May 29, 1999
(on Fox Kids)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Kakuranger # 30, 31
Previous Episode
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Goldar, Lord Zedd, Rita Repulsa, Rito Revolto, Tengas


  • When Kimberly asked if they got to keep the cat, Aisha said she had to try to find her a home at the animal shelter, but if no one claimed her by the end of the day (oddly, the same day they’d found the cat), she was theirs. (03:22)
  • Kimberly said that she always wanted a pet, yet in “Happy Birthday, Zack” she remarked that it was her poodle’s birthday while trying to make Zack think the teens had forgotten his birthday. (03:27)
  • When Bulk and Skull spotted Rito outside the animal shelter, Bulk planned for them to watch him and then bust him, but then they immediately went to arrest him. (05:59)
  • When preparing to morph into Ninja form, Rocky struck an attack pose. (07:26)
  • As the camera zoomed in on Katherine, her hair style was different than the previous and following shots. (10:02)
  • After the Ninja Rangers had demorphed, Tommy was slightly off-balance and ended up stepping on Adam’s foot. (11:22)
  • Kimberly, Aisha, and Tommy would have been able to see Katherine back away from Dr. Wheeler, but when Dr. Wheeler asked where she’d gone, the three teens didn’t know whom she was talking about. (12:07)
  • Despite agreeing to merely take the car for a spin “around the block”, Tommy and Katherine were next seen driving in an area with a vastly different landscape. (16:19)
  • When talking with Aisha, Kimberly referred to P.C. as “your kitty”. (18:11)


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