Master Vile and the Metallic Armor Part II

Episode Information

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
Season 3

Episode #
Written by
Mark Litton
Directed by
Bob Radler
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings(disclaimer)
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing
Sunday, September 9, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Zyuranger # 17
  • Dairanger # 22
  • Kakuranger # 23, 31, 34, 42, 43, 49, 51, 52
Baboo, Blue Globbor, Face Stealer, Goldar, Lord Zedd, Master Vile, Rita Repulsa, Rito Revolto, Squatt, Z Putties


  • After the Yellow and Red Rangers’ comment on how they hope Tommy and Katherine are alright, the Pink Ranger’s helmet can be partially seen in her area of the Shogun Megazord cockpit. (01:36)
  • Saba’s holster didn’t seem to be the average holster, but instead merely a piece of wrap around fabric with velcro. (04:39)
  • The Ninja MegaFalconzord was shown briefly in an establishment shot. (05:52)
  • The Falconzord had a large Falcon-symbol at the back rather than the usual enlarged Falcon Power Coin-symbol. (09:31)
  • Master Vile told giant Ninjor-Globber to suck out every last bit of the zords’ power, but the zords were them teleported away with green energy just as Globber leapt for them. (14:58)
  • Upon shrinking, Globber still had Ninjor’s chest and shoulders but was missing the visor. (15:06)
  • After the Rangers had donned the Metallic Armor for protection, Tommy said he didn’t know how much longer the armor could protect them, but Globber appeared to be unhampered in his draining of their energy. (15:42)


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