Doomsday Part II

Episode Information

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
Season 1

Episode #
Written by
Stewart St. John
Directed by
Terence H. Winkless
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings(disclaimer)
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing
Saturday, November 9, 2013
(on TeenNick)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Zyuranger # 5, 19, 21, 22, 24, 27, 29, 31, 32, 47, 48, 49, 50
Previous Episode
Doomsday Part I
Next Episode
A Pig Surprise
Baboo, Cyclopsis, Finster, Goldar, Lokar, Rita Repulsa, Scorpina, Squatt


  • The familiar “Megazord: Activated” sound effect was not present. (03:05)
  • Goldar seemed to have abandoned Cyclopsis mid-battle to be present in Rita’s palace when Rita blasted the zords. (05:19)
  • After Alpha had obtained access to Rita’s data bank and discovered Cyclopsis’s weakness, Alpha said the Zords were ready and waiting for the Rangers; the Zords were fully repaired and appeared to be at full power, despite their earlier lack of power and near-destruction. (09:50)
  • The Power Sword flipped between shots - it flew down from the sky point-down, but it was point-up when the Megazord caught it. (11:28)
  • The Dragonzord Battle Mode cockpit lacked the dinosaur symbol behind Red Ranger in one shot. (12:42)
  • Lokar was not shown to be defeated before the Rangers ejected from the Ultrazord. (13:37)
  • Back in the palace, Goldar told Rita to get the palace out of there before Ultrazord blasted them as well, but the Rangers had already ejected from the Zords. (13:58)


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