Graduation Blues

Episode Information

Power Rangers Zeo
Season 4

Title Card for “Graduation Blues”.
Episode #
Written by
Mark Litton
Directed by
Isaac Florentine
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings(disclaimer)
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing
Thursday, July 5, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Ohranger # 1, 2, 3, 11, 12, 14, 23
Next Episode
A Few Bad Seeds
Cogs, Goldar, Hydro Contaminator, King Mondo, Klank, Orbus, Prince Sprocket, Queen Machina, Rito Revolto


  • The water was pouring out at about waist-level at Bulk and Skull, but in the following shot, it poured on their faces from above. (03:47)
  • Bulk and Skull apparently didn’t recognize Cestro in present day, indicating that they hadn’t retained their memories from the period in which time had been regressed by the Orb of Doom and the Aquitian Rangers had defended the Earth. (04:06)
  • Fighting the Hydro Contaminator to prevent him from poisoning the Earth’s waters, Tommy’s Zeo Flying Power Kick only knocked the alien even closer to the lake. (11:19)
  • When a Cog exploded in the lake, the Hydro Contaminator was right on the edge of the lake, but in the following shot, he was back on the beach, several yards from the water. (11:42)
  • When Cestro slapped Billy on the back as he had seen Bulk do earlier, he knocked the contacts from Billy’s eyes, and Alpha accidentally stepped on them, so Billy had to use a pair of old glasses he had “lying around”. (17:00)
  • Right after the Rangers had still been using their Zeo Power Weapons, the Zeo Blaster was in its “teleportation case,” the same thin case which had contained the weapon parts from Aquitar. Tommy was then shown holding the Zeo Blaster. In reality, this teleportation was redundant, since the Rangers already possessed all the components to the Zeo Blaster. (17:27)
  • With Billy and Cestro later inside, the ship blasted off with flaming rockets; these rockets scorched the sand around the launch site but didn’t harm the chemistry book which had been lying in the sand immediately next to where the ship had been. (19:56)


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