Parts and Parcel

Episode Information

Power Rangers Turbo
Season 5

Title Card for “Parts and Parcel”.
Episode #
Written by
John Fletcher
Directed by
Liberty Goldman
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings(disclaimer)
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing
Monday, May 25, 1998
(on Fox Kids)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Carranger # 31, 32, 35, 41, 43
Previous Episode
The Rival Rangers
Catzord, Divatox, Divazord, Elgar, Piranhatrons, Porto, Rygog, Sharkzord


  • Piranhatrons repeatedly stole things out of packages being delivered by Bulk and Skull on their deliveries for the Super Duper Fast Deliveries company; they had somehow managed to leave the packages sealed and wrapped after stealing their contents. (00:29)
  • Porto had orange gloves rather than white while on the moon. (04:02)
  • The “Daytime Thief,” as Bulk and Skull called the mysterious thief, cast a humanoid rather than Piranhatron-shaped shadow in the delivery warehouse. (05:15)
  • Holding his earpiece (connected to Bulk’s) to disable it as he and Bulk and Skull ran from Piranhatron, T.J. told the other teens they had two on their tail and could use some help, but he wasn’t speaking into his communicator at the time. (10:26)
  • Despite being gone, the old “Power Rangers Zeo” alarm alerted the Rangers to the Catzord’s attack on Angel Grove. (12:39)
  • In Sentai footage, Rygog’s face looked quite different, of a much cheaper, yet more menacing, design. (13:08)
  • It was days after the Sharkzord had been defeated that Robo Racer was shown dragging it away from the water, with Blue Senturion talking about the illegality of littering. (13:15)
  • T.J. summoned the Rescue Megazord, but the Rangers actually ended up using the five Rescuezords individually against the three evil Zords. (13:52)
  • When transforming to form the Rescue Megazord, Siren Blaster started from a mode that was somewhere between high stance mode and vehicle mode. (16:07)
  • Thunder Loader, Star Racer, and Wind Rescue wasn’t shown transforming for the Rescue Megazord formation. (16:10)
  • There seemed to be someone contained within the Catzord’s chest, dressed in red and white. (16:55)
  • To destroy Catzord, the Rescue Megazord fired the artillery cannons, but the Turbo Megazord performed a stationary Spinout which sliced the artillery blasts in half so that they simultaneously struck Catzord’s top and bottom, avoiding its chest; the Catzord then fell over and exploded after a golden streak of sparkles had flown away from its chest. (17:39)


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