A Monster of Global Proportions

Episode Information

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Season 2

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Episode # 85
Production # PR-226
Written by Douglas Sloan
Directed by Jerry P. Jacobs
Original Air Date
Total U.S. airings Disclaimer 5
(list of airings)
Last aired September 5, 1998
(on Fox Kids)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Zyuranger #
    • 4
    • 22
    • 47
  • Dairanger #
    • 20
    • 22
    • 31
  • Zyu2 #
    • 22
Footage analysis at SirStack’s Morphylogeny
Previous Episode The Ninja Encounter Part III
Next Episode Zedd Waves
Villains
  • Baboo
  • Fourhead
  • Goldar
  • Lord Zedd
  • Squatt
  • Z Putty Patrollers

Mistakes

  • As Kimberly got up to fight Putties, the camera got a shot up one leg of her shorts, and she wasn’t wearing her normal pink spandex shorts underneath. (04:52)
  • When Adam and Rocky launched Aisha into the air for a flying punch, her shirt flew up, briefly exposing her bra. (05:26)
  • After Tommy had come up with a plan, Zordon said it would require all six Power Coins but then simply had Jason, Trini, and Zack morph and meet the other three Rangers at the negotiation site where Goldar was waiting; this would not have given the Rangers any time to do any necessary Power Coin preparations. (10:07)
  • Further problems with the execution of the plan were that the Rangers still had their real Power Coins in their Morphers on their belts while trying to trick Goldar with the foil-covered chocolate Power Coins, as well as the fact that decoy Power Coins were ultimately unnecessary, as morphed Billy merely took the box of coins out of Goldar’s hand after Goldar had said he wouldn’t release the hostages. (10:49)
  • Yellow Ranger had a different voice during the Putty fight. (11:01)
  • Red Ranger had a different voice during the Putty fight. (11:03)
  • Black Ranger had a different voice during the Putty fight. (11:31)
  • When the Rangers went into the cave to free the World Teen Summit members, White Ranger said that the forcefield had been deactivated, yet no forcefield had been shown or mentioned. (12:07)
  • When the Rangers and World Teen Summit members walked by the box of fake Power Coins, it was lying just on the border between sunlight and shadow, yet when Bulk pulled it out from under himself after landing on it moments later, he was entirely in the sunlight. (12:31)
  • Right after the Rangers had walked the teen ambassadors out of the cave, Bulk and Skull fell from above, landing right where the Rangers and teen ambassadors had been, yet Bulk still suspected the ambassadors as being Rangers. (12:41)
  • The Power Blaster’s blast consisted of green, blue, pink, and yellow energy spheres spinning around a central red sphere. (14:29)
  • When Zedd summoned his grow bomb to throw to Earth, Goldar’s head jerked in a jump-cut as the bomb appeared. (14:37)
  • When the Thunderzords arrived after being summoned, each Dinozord was first shown transforming into its respective Thunderzord in the mountains. (14:56)
  • The Firebird flew off the Megatigerzord’s arm tail-first, but it was then shown flying head-first without having turned around. (15:52)
  • Zordon referred to Tor as “Tor, the Carrierzord”. This was the only time Tor would be reffered to as a “Carrierzord”, and Alpha replying in agreement even used the more common “Tor, the Shuttlezord”. (16:07)
  • Before transforming, Tor was facing giant Four Head, but when it stood up from turtle mode, it was still facing the monster, an impossibility. (17:37)
  • When the Thunder Ultrazord made its first appearance, there was no formation sequence; Tor had been previously in warrior mode, the Red Dragon Warrior Mode had been previously inside Tor, and the Assault Team had been previously a part of the Megatigerzord. (18:18)
  • The explosion caused by the Fourhead Monster being crushed by the Thunder Ultrazord took place outside of the city. (18:38)

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