Alien Rangers of Aquitar Part II

Episode Information

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
Season 3

Episode #
Written by
Shuki Levy & Shell Danielson
Directed by
Vickie Bronaugh
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings(disclaimer)
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing
Tuesday, August 18, 1998
(on Fox Kids)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Kakuranger # 12, 13
Arachnofiend, “Barkzo”, Brick Bully, Crabby Cabbie, Finster, Goldar, Lanterra, Lord Zedd, Master Vile, Miss Chief, Parrot Top, “Piecemeal”, Professor Longnose, Rita Repulsa, Rito Revolto, See Monster, “Smudgey Swirl”, Tengas, “Yetiki”


  • Although he had in no prior instances needed a telescope to see to Earth, Master Vile looked through Rita’s telescope to look at the Earth. (03:16)
  • In the past, the six kids’ powers supposedly didn’t exist anymore (as it was before the time when Zordon had given them powers), but they continued to teleport with their old Ranger colors. (04:42)
  • Zordon told the six kids to go to Angel Grove Beach to wait for the Aquitian Rangers, but they actually went to the lake, where the Aquitians soon arrived. (04:53)
  • Trees could be seen behind the Command Center as Alpha defused the implosion device outside. (05:23)
  • Alpha 5 seemed to perspire under pressure. (05:45)
  • When young Tommy told the kids they’d better get home before their parents began to worry, young Billy stayed with the Aquitians to take them to the Command Center, asking Tommy to tell his (Billy’s) dad that he’d be a little late, but Tommy wouldn’t have known Billy’s dad in the past. (10:53)
  • Master Vile’s army of monsters rushed off in the direction of Finster’s workshop to leave the palace and go to Earth. (11:18)
  • A transcript of the text in the Aquitian Rangers’ debriefing on the Shogunzords, programmed by young Billy, follows:

    “The Zords consist of five robotic units, each serving a purpose for the good of the whole. When combined, the five units become one unit, able to combat most formidable opponents, especially during Sweeps Week.

    ”The first unit is a monkey. Yes, a monkey. The second unit is a bird. It’s housetrained. Thank goodness. The third unit is a bear. It is one of the few bears in existence which has eluded Ted Nugent. The fourth unit is a wolf, cunning, rabid, and randy. The fifth is a frog. If it gets too hot, it dries up and croaks.

    “...the attributes of the separate units. It also has freaky big feet and a flaming fish sword. Why a fish? Only Ninjor knows for sure. So, in conclusion, try to read the manuals in the Zords’ glove compartments. Good luck, and thanks for flying.”

  • Blue foot soldiers can briefly be seen in the background as the Red Alien Ranger battles Parrot Top. (13:56)
  • When the Red Alien Ranger was miming a punch against Professor Longnose, the Red Battle Borg preformed a chop. (15:37)
  • While holding a monster overhead, the Yellow Battle Borg turned clockwise, while the Yellow Alien Ranger was turning counterclockwise. (15:55)


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