Good as Gold

Episode Information

Power Rangers Zeo
Season 4

Title Card for “Good as Gold”.
Episode #
Written by
Douglas Sloan
Directed by
Vickie Bronaugh
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings(disclaimer)
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing
Wednesday, July 18, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Ohranger # 1, 3, 6, 8, 11, 12
Previous Episode
Cogs, Finster, Goldar, King Mondo, Klank, Lord Zedd, Orbus, Prince Sprocket, Queen Machina, Rita Repulsa, Rito Revolto, Tengas


  • It is unknown why Jason’s communicator was not functioning -- Billy-era communicators were in no way associated with Ranger powers. (01:21)
  • Zordon mispronounced Triforia as “Treyforia”. (07:28)
  • Zordon again mispronounced Triforia as “Treyforia”. (09:19)
  • The rock formation in the desert where the transfer took place seemed to be the same that the Command Center resided on. (14:13)
  • When King Mondo became giant-sized, Trey said there was no time to call the Zords, and he used the Golden Power Staff to make himself and the other Rangers grow; why there was any less Zord-summoning time before this battle than all other battles is unknown. (15:06)
  • King Mondo knocked Zeo Ranger V down, yet in the next shot, he was attacking Mondo with a power punch. (16:11)
  • After Mondo had been defeated by the giant Rangers and had returned to the moon, Rita and Zedd “stopped by” in their RV to have a meeting with the Royal House of Gadgetry, but their meeting place appeared to be in the middle of nowhere on the moon. (18:03)


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