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Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Revisited
Number 1
Number of episodes: 99
First episode: Day of the Dumpster
Last episode: A Not-So-Different Shade of Pink
Intro: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Revisited/Theme Song
Adapted from: Kyoryu Sentai Zyuranger, Gosei Sentai Dairanger, Ninja Sentai Kakuranger
Original airing: ?
Author: Angie Y.
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Power Rangers Zeo: Revisited

The year is 1985. When an ancient witch, Rita Repulsa is freed from her prison, Zordon (an interdimensional being caught in a time-warp) recruits a team of (at first) children (later, they grow up into teenagers) with attitude. Giving them powers drawn from dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals, the kids become the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. With the small bit of good left in her dark heart, Rita creates her own Ranger, Tommy the Green Ranger, but Tommy turns good and joins the Rangers. Later, they would be joined by Alpha 5, who would become the 7th member of the team (with their supervision and training), the Alpha Ranger. Their principal, Ted Swanson, becomes the 8th member a little bit before then.

The first five reworked episodes (Day of the Dumpster, High Five, Teamwork, A Pressing Engagement and A Different Drum) have the Rangers being elementary school students. From episode 6 onwards, which is seven years later, they are the teenagers we all know and love.

Rangers

Seven Mighty Morphin Rangers
Animal Role Actor Ranger
Dragon Tommy OliverTom Oliver Jason David Frank (Michael R. Gotto as young Tommy) Green Ranger
Mastodon/Lion/Frog Zack Taylor Walter Emanuel Jones (Philip Jacobs-Williams as young Zack) Black Ranger
Pterodactyl/Firebird/Crane Kimberly Hart Amy Jo Johnson (Maxxe Sternbaum as young Kimberly) Pink Ranger
Triceratops/Pegasus/Wolf Billy Cranston David Yost (Justin Timsit as young Billy) Blue Ranger
Saber-Toothed Tiger/Griffin/Bear Trini Kwan Thuy Trang (Pia Manalo as young Trini) Yellow Ranger
Tyrannosaurus/Red Dragon/Ape Jason Lee Scott Austin St. John (Cody Lopez as young Jason) Red Ranger
Stegosaurus/Eagle/Panda Alpha 5 Richard Horvitz (suit actor for unmorphed form: Sandi Sellner, Romy Sharf, Donene Kistler) Alpha Ranger
White Tiger/Falcon Tommy Oliver Jason David Frank (Michael R. Gotto as young Tommy) White Ranger
Ankylosaurus/Sphinx/Cheetah Theodore "Ted" Swanson Richard Horvitz Teal Ranger

Arsenal

Zords

Episode List

Season 1

  1. Day of the Dumpster
  2. High Five
  3. Teamwork
  4. A Pressing Engagement
  5. A Different Drum
  6. Food Fight
  7. Switching Places
  8. The Mirror Crystal
  9. The Bear Lurks
  10. Happy Birthday, Alpha!
  11. Power Ranger Punks
  12. Foul Play in the Sky
  13. Alpha in Wonderland
  14. Robo-Punks
  15. Dark Warrior
  16. No Clowning Around
  17. Green with Evil part 1
  18. Green with Evil part 2
  19. Green with Evil part 3
  20. Green with Evil part 4
  21. Green with Evil part 5
  22. The Return of the Clown
  23. Reign of the Jellyfish
  24. The Spit Flower
  25. Life's a Masquerade
  26. The Song of Confidence
  27. Mirror, Mirror on the Wall
  28. Gung Ho
  29. The Wishing Ring
  30. Woe to You
  31. Accidental Alpha
  32. Something Fishy
  33. Island of Illusion
  34. The Green Candle
  35. Pollution Solution
  36. Doomsday
  37. A Pig Surprise
  38. Rita's Dark Seed
  39. The Trouble with Shellshock
  40. The Lion Storm
  41. Crystal of Nightmares
  42. Return of an Old Friend
  43. Itching for a Fight
  44. Plague of the Mantis
  45. Grumble Bee
  46. Trick or Treat
  47. Alpha Presses his Luck
  48. Enter the Lizzinator
  49. The Mutant Problem
  50. An Oyster Stew

Season 2

17. Dairanger

The Mighty Morphin Thunder Rangers.

  1. The Mutiny
  2. The Wanna-Be Ranger
  3. By Bug... Betrayed
  4. The Shapeshifter
  5. The Ninja Encounter
  6. Two for One
  7. Zedd Waves
  8. A Buggy Problem
  9. The Power Stealer
  10. Putty on the Brain
  11. Bloom of Doom
  12. The Alpha Dream
  13. The Song of Guitardo
  14. Welcome to Venus Island
  15. Green No More
  16. White Light
  17. When is a Ranger Not a Ranger?
  18. Beauty and the Beast
  19. The Power Transfer
  20. The Pachinko Problem
  21. Forever Friends
  22. Small But Mighty
  23. The Wedding
  24. The Potion Notion
  25. Honey I Shrunk the Rangers parts 1-4
  26. Wild West Rangers 1-3
  27. Only the Strong

Season 3

Sentai Kakurangers

The Mighty Morphin Ninja Rangers.

  1. A Friend in Need
  2. The Essence
  3. Ninja Quest
  4. Return of the Green Ranger
  5. Unlockly Heroes
  6. A Brush with Destiny
  7. Lights, Camera, Action
  8. Rita Repulsa's Attitude Adjustment
  9. Dreamscape
  10. Stop the Hatred Master
  11. A Ranger Catastrophe
  12. A Not-So-Different Shade of Pink, parts 1, 2 and 3

Story arcs

Dark Alpha

Alpha, feeling neglected by the Power Rangers when they are selected as teen foreign exchange speakerS for a school-sponsored trip to Australia, is taken in by Lord Zedd and his new queen, Rita Repulsa, after being ambushed and captured by Finster. Searching through Alpha's memories (being supposedly neglected on his birthday and another time when Alpha and the Rangers were going to Angel Grove Park to play basketball, for example), the two discover that the young robot appears to have been emotionally and physically neglected, ignored and abused. Offering the little robot power in exchange for convincing the Rangers of their neglect towards him (even if it means destroying them to do so), Alpha finally gives in to the thought that the ones he loves don't love him in return. He is given an infusion of Dark Power, more powerful armor and the ability to manipulate dark energy and use it as a weapon.

However, the Rangers are able to reveal Alpha's true memories and, after a few moments, he is restored to normal, with the powers that Zedd and Rita gave to him completely gone.

Prince of Edenoi

A reworking of the three-part episode "A Friend in Need". Alpha monitors the galactic scanner when he picks up a distress signal from Edenoi, his home planet. The Rangers are called upon to check things out for Alpha, who is revealed to be the planet's crown prince, the first-built son of King Lexian and Queen Thalassia. It is revealed to us that the Rangers were trained since childhood to be the prince's guards. The Edenites also look remarkably different from the prime universe counterparts, and Dex doesn't exist.

Reveal the Zeo Crystal

As heir to the throne of planet Edenoi, Alpha is later revealed to be the keeper and wielder of the Zeo Crystal, a crystal that holds an ancient power over purification. When he is very upset, the crystal's power activates and he is enveloped in a beam of white light. This light also surrounds him when he is very angry or when he is in his morphed state. Using the crystal's power, Alpha gifts his friends with new Zeo powers, leading up to the next series, Power Rangers Zeo: Revisited.

Notes

  • The episode The Shapeshifter is based off of an unproduced episode written by David Yost, the actor for Billy Cranston.

See Also

Angie Y.
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: RevisitedPower Rangers Zeo: RevisitedPower Rangers: AeroPower Rangers in Space: RevisitedPower Rangers Lost Galaxy: Revisited • Power Rangers Time Force: Revisited • Power Rangers: Universal Hexagon • Power Rangers Operation Overdrive: Revisited • Power Rangers: Universal Hexagon Part 2
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