Zedd Waves

Episode Information

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
Season 2

Episode #
Written by
Mark Litton
Directed by
Jerry P. Jacobs
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings(disclaimer)
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing(disclaimer)
Saturday, June 24, 1995
(on Fox Kids)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Zyuranger # 4
  • Dairanger # 29, 30
Beamcaster, Goldar, Lord Zedd, Z Putties


  • Red Ranger’s voice didn’t sound like Jason. (06:07)
  • Beamcaster had dangling metal tags on him which bore Japanese writing. (06:09)
  • Getting back on his bike after he, Rocky, and Aisha had helped Tommy, Kimberly, and Billy fight Putties, Adam didn’t fasten his bicycle helmet. (09:16)
  • Kimberly’s and Billy’s morphs were in reverse order, placing “Triceratops” before “Pterodactyl”. (12:17)
  • When the three teens stopped in reaction to all the people hypnotized by Beamcaster, Aisha’s bicycle helmet wasn’t fastened. (14:18)
  • When Rocky picked up Billy’s device, it was now on the sidewalk instead of the grass. (14:32)
  • Zordon told Rocky, Adam, and Aisha that he’d brought them to the Command Center for their own safety, but it was actually Alpha who’d done so. (14:58)
  • Aisha was able to miraculously fix Billy’s device in approximately thirteen seconds, mostly by tucking loose wires back into the casing. (15:26)
  • After Aisha explained that the device would broadcast, Zordon said that they would have saved the Rangers and the world if she could repair it. (15:29)
  • Zordon told the three teens that the frequency reverser had to be aimed at the source of the frequency malfunction, or, in other words, the Rangers, but Beamcaster, not the Rangers, would have been the source. (15:38)
  • Billy’s frequency reverser, once repaired and given some extra energy by Zordon, freed the Rangers from Beamcaster’s spell. (15:58)
  • Before reaching for the ice cream cone bomb, Beamcaster was shown in front of a large pile of unknown weapons. (16:49)
  • Beamcaster threw an ice cream cone bomb at the Rangers. When White Ranger caught it, it was missing the actual ice cream cone. But, when he threw it back, it was intact again. (16:55)
  • Instead of the usual energy stream, the Power Blaster shot an energy sphere. (17:45)
  • It is impossible that the teens could have completed the entire course, finishing just after the rest of the competitors, after being away from the event so long. (18:48)


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