Where in the World is Zeo Ranger 5?

Episode Information

Power Rangers Zeo
Season 4

Title Card for “Where in the World is Zeo Ranger 5?”.
Episode #
Written by
Stewart St. John
Directed by
Isaac Florentine
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings(disclaimer)
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing
Tuesday, June 27, 2006
(on ABC Family)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Ohranger # 1, 13, 27, 42
Previous Episode
Cogs, Cruel Chrome, Goldar, Klank, Lord Zedd, Orbus, Prince Gasket, Prince Sprocket, Rita Repulsa, Rito Revolto


  • Jason’s crossed arms swapped positions after his morphing sequence began. (07:33)
  • A Cog waggled a red tongue from its mouth hole at Katherine and Jason to taunt them. (08:39)
  • Skull referred to Detective Stone as “Lt. Stone”. (10:04)
  • Cruel Chrome told Bulk and Skull just to keep walking, but when they ran away screaming, he remarked that he ought to throw his boomerang at the “clumsy cowards.” (10:27)
  • Cruel Chrome was no longer on the beach when Orbus made him grow. (15:18)
  • After Alpha had sent the Super Zeozords to the Rangers, Adam mistakenly called the Super Zeozords the “Zeozords”. (15:52)
  • As the Super Zeozords arrived, Jason told the other Rangers that he’d catch up, and then there was a significant delay before he arrived in Pyramidas. (15:54)
  • When Pyramidas’s legs were transforming, the arms rotated up and around to the back, as though it were transforming into the Zeo Ultrazord Carrier Mode, but when the Zord stood up, the arms were by its sides again. (17:08)
  • When Pyramidas stood up for the (Super) Zeo Ultrazord, rocks fell off areas in which they hadn’t been while Pyramidas had transformed its legs. (17:12)
  • The Red Battlezord seemed to be a part of the (Super) Zeo Ultrazord, though it was never summoned or shown transforming. (17:20)
  • For an unknown reason, a small explosion erupted from one of the Power Chamber’s consoles while Alpha was scanning a very strong reading of Tommy’s brain wave activity, indicating that something was changing Tommy. (19:21)


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