The Shooting Star

Episode Information

Power Rangers Zeo Season 4

Episode Title Card for “The Shooting Star”
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Episode # 158
Production # PR-346
Written by Jackie Marchand
Directed by Vickie Bronaugh
Original Air Date
Total U.S. airings Disclaimer 3
(list of airings)
Last aired Disclaimer August 13, 1996
(on Fox Kids)
Tokusatsu footage
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Footage analysis at SirStack’s Morphylogeny
Previous Episode A Zeo Beginning Part II
Next Episode Target Rangers
Villains
  • Cogs
  • Goldar
  • King Mondo
  • Klank
  • Orbus
  • Prince Sprocket
  • Queen Machina
  • Rito Revolto
  • Staroid

Mistakes

  • Air Force jets were marked with U.A. on one wing and O.H. on the other. (01:04)
  • Angel Grove High had acquired a new resource center apparently around the time of the Rangers’ switch to the Zeo powers. (01:26)
  • After her communicator went off, Tanya headed toward the reading area of the resource center, but when she answered the communicator, she was in what appeared to be the alcove near the entrance, on the opposite end of the resource center; incidentally, this alcove was visible to anyone in or entering the resource center. (07:38)
  • The colors and number of the small crowd of Cogs on which Tommy performed his Zeo Flying Power Kick changed before, during, and after the kick. (08:51)
  • The redesigning of the Youth Center’s interior had happened some time right around the regression and restoration of time and the Rangers’ acquisition of new Zeo powers. (10:53)
  • Although the new Viewing Screen was a monitor, not a globe, the name “Viewing Globe” would continue to be used. (11:56)
  • The Viewing Screen showed footage of the Zeozords in action outside, yet the Zords had not yet been tested. (12:31)
  • The letters U.A O.H were present on the darkened floor of the Zeozord Holding Bay’s runway. (14:32)
  • Tanya noted that their weapons couldn’t break through Staroid’s sphere of armor, but the Zords weren’t shown trying to attack the sphere. (16:08)
  • As Staroid glowed with flaming red energy and descended toward the Zeozords, Tommy said it was too hot and that the Zeozord [sic] couldn’t take the heat, but Zeozord Five was significantly further away from Staroid than the other four Zords. (16:34)
  • Zordon told Tommy to use his Zeonizer Crystal to activate the Zeo Megazord, but all five Rangers inserted their Zeonizer Crystals. (16:53)
  • After the Megazord was complete, the five Rangers (left to right: Three, Two, Five, One, and Four) rode in seats (the same seats ridden down from the ceiling of the holding bay) down tracks toward a central, unknown location in the Megazord; they were apparently switching into the Zeo Megazord’s cockpit, but, as revealed in Rangers Of Two Worlds, Part II, the cockpit was up, in the head. (17:47)

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