Hogday Afternoon Part II

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
Tuesday, July 3, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Kakuranger # 23
Previous Episode
Hogday Afternoon Part I
Goldar, Hydro Hog, Lord Zedd, Rita Repulsa, Rito Revolto


  • 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 Adam and Tommy were able to teleport with their old Ranger colors. (02:17)
  • As Rita and Zedd made Hydro Hog grow, the Falconzord’s cage was visible in the background. (07:15)
  • In one shot of the Shogun Megazord, the footage was reversed left-to-right. (08:29)
  • The colored Zeo symbols were in the wrong order as they corrected the rotation of the Earth, with blue before green. (13:42)
  • Rita’s Repulsascope was missing in an exterior shot of the Moon Palace’s balcony. (13:46)
  • Young Bulk and Skull were at a playground having a swinging contest; when the Zeo Crystal restored time, they were still wearing the same clothes and were still concentrating on the swinging contest. (14:18)
  • After time was restored, Tommy checked his ponytail for some reason. (14:45)
  • After the Zeo Crystal had restored time and everyone’s proper ages, Rocky now had a shorter haircut, which he would continue to sport in the future. (14:48)
  • Back in the present, the teens were able to once again use their communicators to teleport with their old Ranger colors, even though the Power Coins had been destroyed in the past in “Climb Every Fountain”. (15:51)
  • When Alpha teleported the six teens out of the Command Center as it was exploding, they teleported with their old Ranger colors, with Tanya’s color being yellow even though she was never the Yellow Mighty Morphin Power Ranger. (18:22)


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