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King for a Day Part II

Episode Information

Power Rangers Zeo Season 4

Title Card for "King for a Day Part II".
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Episode #
Written by
Al Winchell
Directed by
Isaac Florentine & Koichi Sakamoto
Original Air Date
Total U.S. airings (disclaimer)
(list of airings)
Last aired
July 16, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
Tokusatsu footage
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Footage analysis
at SirStack’s Morphylogeny (off-site link)
Previous Episode
King for a Day Part I
Next Episode
A Brief Mystery of Time
  • Artisimole
  • “Barkzo”
  • Bratboy
  • Brick Bully
  • Centiback
  • Cogs
  • Cruel Chrome
  • “Cruella DeSquid”
  • Dischordia
  • “Dresschordia”
  • “Filet of Parasol”
  • Finster
  • Fortissimodo
  • Goldar
  • Googleheimer
  • Hate Master
  • Lanterra
  • Lord Zedd
  • Mace Face
  • Main Drain
  • Marvo the Meanie
  • Mean Screen
  • Miss Chief
  • Octophantom
  • Oysterizer
  • “Piecemeal”
  • Prince Gasket
  • Princess Archerina
  • Rita Repulsa
  • Rito Revolto
  • Silo
  • Sinister Simian
  • “Smudgey Swirl”
  • Somnibot
  • Stenchy
  • Video Vulture
  • Wrecking Ball
  • “Yetiki”


  • Tommy was unfazed when Jason called him “Tommy” on five occasions before, during, and after his fight with Altor during “King for a Day Part I”, but a single mention of the name “Tommy” now caused a reaction, making Tommy struggle to remember who he was (00:47)
  • Zedd liked Finster’s idea to use the Rangers against the Machine Empire, but Zedd announced the same plan moments earlier. (07:12)

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