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Something to Fight For

Episode Information

Power Rangers Time Force Season 9

Title Card for "Something to Fight For".
DVD Available from
Amazon.com (off-site link)
Stream on
Amazon Video (off-site link)
Episode #
381
Written by
Judd Lynn & Jackie Marchand
Directed by
Koichi Sakamoto
Original Air Date
Total U.S. airings
17
(list of airings)
Last aired
September 16, 2012
(on Nicktoons)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Timeranger #
    • 1
    • 2
    • 3
    • 5
    • 15
    • 18
    • 28
Footage analysis
at SirStack’s Morphylogeny (off-site link)
(also, the pre-9/11 version (off-site link))
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Villains
  • Cyclobots
  • Frax
  • Gluto
  • Jetara
  • Nadira
  • Ransik

Mistakes

  • Somehow, a squadron of cops made it to the harbor before Jetara had even landed there. (11:20)
  • When Wes posed before morphing he was silent and did not say “Time for Time Force”. (12:12)
  • Captain Logan stated that they were “sending the Time Force Megazord”. In fact, he sent the five Time Flyers instead. (14:19)
  • Even though only the Blue Time Flyer was on the launch bay, the Trans-Warp Megazord ended up launching both the Blue Time Flyer and Green Time Flyer at the same time. (15:16)
  • An on-screen diagram labeled the Time Force Megazord “Time Robo β”. (16:00)
  • When the Yellow and Pink Time Flyers transformed to form the Time Force Megazord Mode Blue, their tops (the hips of the Megazord) were erroneously red, but correctly blue in the next shot. (16:13)
  • The Time Force Megazord Mode Blue managed to bounce off a cloud formation, an impossibility. (17:04)
  • When the Yellow and Pink Time Flyers transformed to form the Time Force Megazord Mode Red, their tops (the back of the shoulders of the Megazord) were erroneously red, but correctly blue in the next shot. (17:51)

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