Beauty and the Beast

Episode Information

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
Season 2

Episode #
Written by
Cheryl Saban
Directed by
John Stewart
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings(disclaimer)
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing
Monday, May 24, 1999
(on Fox Kids)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Zyuranger # 22
  • Dairanger # 1, 9, 10, 11
Next Episode
White Light Part I
Baboo, Goldar, Lord Zedd, Mirror Maniac, Squatt, Z Putties


  • While Kimberly was still asleep in the Cave of Fantasy from Goldar’s knockout dust, Zordon told Trini, Billy, and Zack that Goldar had apparently placed Kimberly under a spell that made it impossible for her to leave on her own, but the only magic of Goldar’s that seemed to work was the sleeping dust. (06:59)
  • Somehow, during the battle with the Putties, Curtis and Richie removed their rollerblades. (09:17)
  • Yellow Ranger’s voice didn’t sound like Trini. (09:47)
  • After Kimberly woke up and fell over, Baboo began speaking but Squatt was the one moving, as if talking (10:46)
  • After Goldar had merely asked her if she was ready to begin her training, Kimberly noted that Goldar thought his spell had worked, but she wouldn’t have known of any spell other than her own previous state of unconsciousness caused by Goldar’s magic dust. (11:18)
  • When Zedd summoned his grow bomb to throw to Earth, Goldar’s head jerked in a jump-cut as the bomb appeared. (15:16)
  • Mirror Maniac’s mirror face became shattered during his growing sequence and remained that way until his destruction. (15:25)
  • When the Thunderzords arrived after being summoned, each Dinozord was first shown transforming into its respective Thunderzord in the mountains. (15:37)


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