Brother, Can You Spare an Arrowhead?

Episode Information

Power Rangers Zeo
Season 4

Title Card for “Brother, Can You Spare an Arrowhead?”.
Episode #
Written by
Mark Litton
Directed by
Terence H. Winkless
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings(disclaimer)
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing(disclaimer)
Thursday, April 10, 1997
(on Fox Kids)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Ohranger # 1, 4, 5, 6, 8, 11, 12, 13, 19, 22, 23, 30
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Autochthon, Cogs, Goldar, King Mondo, Klank, Mace Face, Orbus, Prince Sprocket, Queen Machina, Rito Revolto


  • As though he didn’t know of the peril David was in, Sam asked Tommy to tell David that it was time David headed for home. (08:01)
  • Tommy’s Zeonizer-summoning wrist twists had two red stars, rather than one, for each Zeonizer. (08:46)
  • Having freed David from the Cogs, Tommy told the other Rangers he’d meet them back at the Power Chamber, and they teleported away, even though King Mondo, Autochthon, and more Cogs still remained to contend with. (10:51)
  • Upon completion of teleportation, David and Zeo Ranger V were a couple feet off the ground. (11:07)
  • When Tommy removed his helmet to reveal his identity to David, it didn’t appear to be split at any point, but if this had been the case, his head couldn’t have fit through the hole. (11:37)
  • When Tommy instructed the others to team-up for the Zeo Flying Power Kick, it seemed they hit them with a Power Punch instead. (15:33)
  • Tommy’s Zeonizer crystal was already in the Red Battlezord when he teleported in. (16:49)
  • When the Zeo MegaBattlezord was formed against Autochthon, the Zeo Megazord was wearing the Zeo V Battle Helmet, despite Tanya previously having used the Zeo II Battle Helmet. (17:16)


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