Rock-A-Bye Power Rangers

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Power Rangers Zeo Season 4

Episode Title Card for "Rock-A-Bye Power Rangers".
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Episode # 185
Production # PR-409
Written by Tony Oliver & Barbara A. Oliver
Directed by Vickie Bronaugh
Original Air Date
Total U.S. airings Disclaimer 20
(list of airings)
Last aired September 15, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
Tokusatsu footage
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    • 13
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    • 29
    • 30
    • 31
  • “Chouriki Sentai Ohranger”
Footage analysis at SirStack’s Morphylogeny
Previous Episode Oily to Bed, Oily to Rise
Next Episode Do I Know You?
  • Cogs
  • King Mondo
  • Klank
  • Orbus
  • Prince Sprocket
  • Queen Machina
  • Somnibot


  • In the first battle with the Cogs, all of Gold Ranger’s blasts missed. (01:06)
  • Billy implied that he was able to tell the time by glancing at his communicator. (02:28)
  • In one shot of King Mondo, his crown and the gear below it were not turning. (03:33)
  • Adam’s hair was fine upon arriving at the Power Chamber. (05:20)
  • The Cogs were glowing red, apparently affected by Somnibot’s spell, but in the next shot, they were no longer red. (09:11)
  • After being kicked by the Gold Ranger and falling backwards, Klank could be seen holding a gun. (10:01)
  • In numerous American shots, Klank and Orbus were missing their earplugs. (12:15)
  • The moving truck Klank stole had a different back end in the Sentai and US shots; the license plate was even different. (13:13)
  • Tommy’s Zeonizer crystal was already in the Red Battlezord when he teleported in. (16:24)


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