King for a Day Part I

Episode Information

Power Rangers Zeo
Season 4

Title Card for “King for a Day Part I”.
Episode #
Written by
Al Winchell
Directed by
Isaac Florentine & Koichi Sakamoto
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings(disclaimer)
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing
Friday, July 13, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Ohranger # 1, 8, 11, 13, 14, 19, 26, 27, 36, 37
Admiral Abominator, Altor, Artisimole, “Barkzo”, Blue Globbor, Bratboy, Brick Bully, Centiback, Cogs, Cruel Chrome, “Cruella DeSquid”, Defoliator, Dischordia, “Dresschordia”, “Filet of Parasol”, Fortissimodo, Goldar, Googleheimer, Hate Master, Lanterra, Mace Face, Main Drain, Marvo the Meanie, Mean Screen, Miss Chief, Octophantom, Oysterizer, “Piecemeal”, Prince Gasket, Prince Sprocket, Princess Archerina, Queen Machina, Rito Revolto, See Monster, Silo, Sinister Simian, “Smudgey Swirl”, Soccadillo, Stenchy, Vampirus, Video Vulture, Wrecking Ball, “Yetiki”


  • Rocky reassured Katherine that Billy would let them know the second they found out anything about the missing Tommy, but Billy was away on Triforia at the time. (02:52)
  • Despite having been originally created from young Bulk in the past, Bratboy was now a separate entity from Bulk. (05:28)
  • Despite having been originally created from Mr. Wilton, Marvo the Meanie was now a separate entity from Mr. Wilton. (05:37)
  • A different day, Zordon again told the teens that Tommy’s brain waves were being changed and that Tommy was being changed. (08:53)
  • Running toward a hologram of Zeo Ranger Five before he would have known whether Billy was back yet, morphed Jason called into his communicator, “Billy, we found him!” (10:31)
  • As Altor walked down a hallway toward the Machine Arena, several monsters were along the hallway’s walls cheering for Altor, while they had earlier been in the crowd in the stands. (16:26)


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