Attack of the 60′ Bulk

Episode Information

Mighty Morphin Alien Rangers
Season 3

Episode #
Written by
Gilles Wheeler
Directed by
Paul Schrier
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings(disclaimer)
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing
Wednesday, September 23, 1998
(on Fox Kids)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Zyuranger # 2
  • Kakuranger # 18
Previous Episode
The Alien Trap
Bratboy, Goldar, Lord Zedd, Rita Repulsa, Rito Revolto


  • Young Tommy knew Bratboy’s name without having been told. (08:04)
  • Billy said that they would have to wait until the communicator disc had dried, but it then suddenly began working, without explanation. (08:33)
  • Despite Billy’s having watched the transformation of Bulk into Bratboy, Billy and the kids apparently didn’t know that Bulk was the monster until young Skull reminded them that the lightning bolt had turned Bulk into the monster. (14:07)
  • When Zordon warned the kids and Billy of the danger of trying to get Bratboy (young Bulk) to fight from within, young Aisha said that Bulk was their friend and they had to try, and young Rocky nodded in agreement; this reaction from young Aisha came not long after young Rocky’s private teasing of Bulk to Aisha had caused young Bulk and Skull to put Rocky, Adam, and Aisha in danger by throwing inner tubes down on them from a bridge above the water slide they had ridden down. (14:19)
  • In the past, the six kids’ powers supposedly didn’t exist anymore (as it was before the time when Zordon had given them powers) and their Power Coins had been destroyed, but they continued to teleport with their old Ranger colors. (14:32)
  • It is unknown how the five Zeo Subcrystals had come to be located in countries and time periods appropriate to five of the teens’ heritages, or why the five subcrystals’ locations excluded Billy, who had in “Climb Every Fountain” already restored his own age, making him unable to active a subcrystal, since, as Zordon explained, the subcrystals would only respond to those still affected by the Orb of Doom’s time regression. (18:40)
  • While listening to Zordon’s explanation of the quests for the Zeo Subcrystals, young Rocky stood in a ridiculous hero pose, his arms out some distance from his sides. (19:13)


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