Target Rangers

Episode Information

Power Rangers Zeo
Season 4

Title Card for “Target Rangers”.
Episode #
Written by
Stewart St. John
Directed by
Vickie Bronaugh
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings(disclaimer)
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing(disclaimer)
Wednesday, August 14, 1996
(on Fox Kids)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Ohranger # 1, 5, 6, 8, 12, 13
Previous Episode
Cogs, King Mondo, Klank, Orbus, Prince Sprocket, Queen Machina, Silo


  • Jennifer, Rocky’s science project partner, looked exactly like Zarius, but without the mind crystal. (02:30)
  • To restart her and Rocky’s computer game in the mode she preferred (trivia rather than combat), Jennifer, at one of the resource center’s computers, looked at a sheet of paper and then said, “Okay, let’s wipe and reboot the main hard drive.” (02:57)
  • The Datanet login screen apparently referred to the resource center as the library. (03:02)
  • According to the computer trivia game Jennifer had designed with Rocky, Angel Grove was established in 1775; in actual history, California was still a part of Mexico in 1775 and would not contain significant numbers of people from the United States until the gold rush in 1848. (03:23)
  • Telling Rocky to meet her back there later that afternoon, Jennifer activated a security code on the resource center’s (public) computer so no one could get into the system while they were gone. (04:47)
  • Jennifer, a person who seemed rather computer savvy, wrote down a password - a potential security issue. (04:53)
  • Jennifer’s password, “mook”, wasn’t very secure. (07:30)
  • Silo’s body looked exactly like the robot fighters in the computer game Rocky and Jennifer were designing at the time the Cogs were finishing up Silo’s construction. (08:34)
  • The Silo in the Sentai footage had a black square projection sticking out of his back which was not present in the US footage. (09:10)
  • When the communicator beeped, Tanya remarked, “We’re about to find out,” but anything that she would have been referring to was several lines earlier. (09:45)
  • The Zeo Rangers’ Zeo Jet Cycles were shown behind the Rangers as they confronted Silo and King Mondo. (10:29)
  • When Orbus made Silo grow, Silo was on his knees, as though he had just sustained a hit. (11:33)
  • Giant Silo took the Zeo Megazord into space and then hurled it toward the sun from closer to the sun than the Earth but still a very long distance away; such a journey, powered by Silo’s rocket boosters, would have taken years, not mere moments; furthermore, the Megazord’s drift into the sun from the drop-off point would have taken many more years; the same times apply to Silo’s and the Megazord’s return trips to Earth. (14:25)
  • When the Rangers would switch Zeo Battle Helmets on the Zeo Megazord, the Ranger to summon his or her Battle Helmet would somehow switch seats with Tommy to assume the front position; the cockpit was far too small to allow the Rangers to get up and swap seats, so some sort of teleportation must have been involved. (15:36)
  • Adam used the Zeo IV Battle Helmet and it’s Gravity Power to break the chains around the Zeo Megazord. (15:45)
  • Red Ranger referred to Yellow Ranger’s Battle Helmet as “Zeo Jet Power” despite Billy saying it was “Zeo Rocket Power”. (15:52)
  • After flying away from the sun wearing the Zeo II Battle Helmet, the Zeo Megazord was suddenly wearing the default Zeo V Battle Helmet again. (16:19)
  • Zeo III Battle Helmet’s Pyramid Power seemed to be the Battle Helmet that could control gravity, not the Zeo IV Battle Helmet. (17:13)


This motion picture is protected under laws of the United States and other countries. Unauthorized duplication, distribution or exhibition may result in civil liability and criminal prosecution.

©1996 Saban Entertainment, Inc. and Saban International N.V. All Rights Reserved. Saban Entertainment, Inc. and Saban International N.V. are the authors of this motion picture for purposes of the Berne Convention. Country of First Publication: United States of America.

The characters and events depicted in this photoplay are fictitious. Any similarity to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental and unintentional.

in association with