A Different Shade of Pink Part II

Episode Information

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Season 3

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Episode # 136
Production # PR-324
Written by Douglas Sloan
Directed by Bob Radler
Original Air Date
Total U.S. airings Disclaimer 16
(list of airings)
Last aired June 26, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Zyuranger #
    • 7
    • 33
  • Kakuranger #
    • 4
    • 5
    • 8
    • 9
    • 11
    • 36
Footage analysis at SirStack’s Morphylogeny
Previous Episode A Different Shade of Pink Part I
Next Episode A Different Shade of Pink Part III
  • Baboo
  • Finster
  • Garbage Mouth
  • Goldar
  • Lord Zedd
  • Rita Repulsa
  • Rito Revolto
  • Squatt
  • Tengas


  • After Tengas had given him the captured Kat, which was his objective, Garbage Mouth held Katherine while he sent the Tengas to fight the Rangers; why he didn’t simply teleport away with her is unknown. (12:57)
  • When the five Rangers and Katherine were blasted by Garbage Mouth, morphed Rocky appeared to take cover behind Kat, who was merely a civilian at the time. (14:40)
  • The guys had Katherine go inside to wait with Kimberly, as if Rita and Zedd couldn’t get her there. (14:45)
  • The Yellow and White Rangers were not shown leaping into their zords. (15:35)
  • During the Shogun Megazord assembly, the five Shogunzords were shown running from profile in a certain left-to-right order, then running from in front in a different order. (16:15)


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