Hogday Afternoon Part I

Episode Information

Mighty Morphin Alien Rangers
Season 3

Episode #
Written by
Shuki Levy & Shell Danielson
Directed by
Isaac Florentine
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings(disclaimer)
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing
Monday, July 2, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Kakuranger # 23
Previous Episode
Sowing the Seas of Evil
Finster, Goldar, Hydro Hog, Lord Zedd, Rita Repulsa, Rito Revolto


  • During their communication, Hydro Hog asked Lord Zedd what he wanted this time, even though in “Sowing The Seas of Evil”, Rita and Zedd didn’t seem to know of Hydro Hog before Cestro had described him. (06:14)
  • At one point, Goldar and Rito were walking through the tunnels without the implosion device. (07:11)
  • Zordon referred to Hydro Hog, whom the Aquitians had mentioned in Zordon’s presence as being their worst villain on Aquitar, as Zedd’s “latest monster.” (07:45)
  • Hydro Hog called the Aquitians “Alien Rangers”, despite the fact that they wouldn’t be alien to him. (09:12)
  • Hydro Hog had “Navy” written on his left shoulder using the English alphabet. (09:16)
  • Aurico and Corcus were somehow deceived by Hydro Hog, believing he was defeated, even though he merely fell down, after suffering no blows, and not exploding. (10:29)
  • Although they were dangerously weak, the morphed Aquitian Rangers were able to fight the strong winds generated by Hydro Hog’s evaporation of Angel Grove Lake. (12:37)
  • At one point, young Aisha was wearing her communicator on the wrong wrist. (12:56)
  • As Rito planted the device, the timer appeared to read “942”. (14:23)
  • The dried-up lake didn’t appear to be very deep at all. (15:40)
  • Zordon had Alpha teleport the Aquitians to the Angel Grove Public Pool. As public pool water always contains purifiers such as chlorine, it is likely that even if the pool was still full, it would do little help for the Aquitians’ hydration process. (16:18)


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