Master Vile and the Metallic Armor Part III

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 # 20
  • Kakuranger # 43, 44
Artisimole, Baboo, Blue Globbor, Brick Bully, Centiback, Dischordia, Fighting Flea, Garbage Mouth, Goldar, Hate Master, Incisorator, Invenusable Flytrap, Lord Zedd, Master Vile, Miss Chief, Oysterizer, Rita Repulsa, Rito Revolto, Robogoat, See Monster, Slippery Shark, Squatt, Tengas, Vampirus


  • Dischordia was among the monsters to attend Master Vile’s End of the World Party at the Youth Center. (01:49)
  • Tommy pronounced “Zeo” as “Z-O”. (04:58)
  • Although Billy and Zordon said the Zeo Crystal had been moved into the Ninja Megazord, the Rangers actually entered the Shogun Megazord and found the crystal there. (06:10)
  • The old Dino coins were shown in the Rangers’ Morphers on their belts. (09:02)
  • Upon tapping the Ninjazords’ and Shogunzords’ energy, giant Globber had four Aquitian Ranger helmets for heads. (11:19)
  • As Rita teased Master Vile about his defeat, the Falconzord’s cage was still shown to be in the Chamber of Command. (16:16)
  • Master Vile had grown from inside the Space Skull, seemingly destroying it, but it was intact and underground the next time it was shown. (16:40)
  • When each of the five Rangers but White Ranger picked up a subcrystal, Rocky picked up the star (red), Adam the circle (pink), Aisha the square (green), Billy the triangle (blue), and Katherine the double bars (yellow). (18:03)


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