Two for One

Episode Information

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
Season 2

Episode #
Written by
Douglas Sloan
Directed by
Jerry Jacobs
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings(disclaimer)
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing(disclaimer)
Saturday, August 19, 1995
(on Fox Kids)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Zyu2 # 6, 19, 22
  • Zyuranger # 5, 22
  • Dairanger # 5, 6, 20
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Baboo, Goldar, Lipsyncher, Lord Zedd, Pursehead, Squatt, Z Putties


  • The black and red purse which Pursehead resembled looked absolutely nothing like the transparent plastic box which was Kim’s purse, from which the monster was created. (06:36)
  • Kimberly’s and Tommy’s morphs were in reverse order, placing “Pterodactyl” before “Tigerzord”. (06:46)
  • The White Ranger’s belt buckle was upside down at the park. (06:48)
  • Confronting Pursehead, Black Ranger flipped onto the scene holding his Power Axe but then didn’t have it, then summoned it from behind his back. (08:58)
  • Black Ranger’s voice didn’t sound like Zack. (09:00)
  • Red Ranger’s voice didn’t sound like Jason. (09:51)
  • When Zedd summoned his grow bomb to throw to Earth, Goldar’s head jerked in a jump-cut as the bomb appeared. (10:11)
  • When the Red Dragon Thunderzord arrived after being summoned, the Tyrannosaurus Dinozord was first shown transforming in the mountains. (10:29)
  • The slice on Lipsyncher’s face was absent just after the Red Dragon Thunderzord transformed. (11:02)
  • When the other Thunderzords arrived after being summoned, each Dinozord was first shown transforming into its respective Thunderzord in the mountains. (15:50)
  • The slice on Lipsyncher’s face disappeared after the other Thunderzords arrived. (16:07)
  • While the Unicorn, Griffin, and Firebird were shown using their special attacks against giant Lipsyncher, the Lion was merely shown making a U-turn. (16:23)
  • Just before the four Thunderzords formed the Assault Team, a strand of energy came up from below and went around the Firebird’s neck, then grew taut. (16:59)


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