Mean Screen

Episode Information

Power Rangers Zeo
Season 4

Title Card for “Mean Screen”.
Episode #
Written by
Ron Milbauer & Terri Hughes
Directed by
Vickie Bronaugh
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings(disclaimer)
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing(disclaimer)
Tuesday, August 27, 1996
(on Fox Kids)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Ohranger # 1, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14
Cogs, King Mondo, Klank, Mean Screen, Orbus, Prince Sprocket, Queen Machina


  • Raymond instructed Adam to double-click the mouse to navigate a webpage, but a single click should have been enough. (01:25)
  • The Zeo symbol appeared on Mean Screen’s monitor, then schematics of each of the Zeozords appeared, along with “UAOH” in the bottom corner. (04:25)
  • Pulling a single plug from a surge protector, Adam shut down four different computers. (06:47)
  • The computer monitors had swapped positions after Adam was shown pulling the single plug from the surge protector. (06:47)
  • When Adam’s communicator went off after Raymond had Adam pull the computer’s plug to prevent a virus from shorting out the other computers, Adam told Raymond that he and the other teens would go check and see if there was a power outage, yet the lights were on, and it was Adam who had pulled the plug. (06:57)
  • Mean Screen’s face constantly changed between a rainbow colored fierce one, and a silver colored happy looking one. (10:10)
  • Despite the Rangers, Mean Screen, and the Defender Wheel all being just outside a building, when the Defender Wheel was engaged and headed toward Mean Screen, the usual rocky background was shown. (13:11)
  • Mean Screen didn’t seem harmed after being struck by the Defender Wheel, however when Orbus made him grow, it appeared that he had fallen. (14:05)
  • When Adam brought Alpha an antivirus disk designed by Raymond, Alpha put the 3.5" floppy into a compartment on the console which looked more like a CD player. (15:38)


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