Power Rangers

Season 3 Episode 2

A Friend in Need (2)

Aired Saturday 12:00 PM Sep 09, 1995 on Nickelodeon



  • Trivia

    • At the beginning of the episode, the announcer said "Next on Power Rangers", even though the clips shown were a recap of the events in the previous episode "A Friend in Need (1)".

    • When Kimberly, flu and all, sneezes while morphed.
      A. Why does she rub the front of the helmet, where it would do nothing?
      B. Why does she rub the Pterodactyl's nose on her helmet, instead of where her own nose would be?

  • Quotes

  • Notes

    • On the 3/5/96 reairing of this episode on Fox Kids, the "Previously on Power Rangers" segment was replaced by the second preview segment promoting the upcoming Zeo Serial Sneak Peeks.

    • This episode has not aired in the USA since March 5, 1996, and might never again, due to the loss of the rights to the use of Kamen Rider footage. However, it was available online during the "145 Days of Power Rangers" promotion on January 5, 2011.

    • First appearance of Dregon's three Plague Patrollers. All have costumes made up of repainted pieces from Sentai suits, with horned helmet-engraved heads and furry padding added to them:

      Plague Patrol member #1 has remnants of the suit for Scorpina's Giant Scorpion Form (with some bits from an unused Kakuranger cat monster).

      Plague Patrol member #2 has "Master Kaku"'s final armored form from Dairanger painted silver (with the arm of an unused Kakuranger weasel monster's giant form, and the necklace of Gnarly Gnome from "Different Drum").

      Plague Patrol member #3 has "Iron Mask Chou Rou"'s armor from Dairanger also painted silver (with the arm-saw of giant Merrick the Barbarick's armored form from MMAR's "The Alien Trap").

    • End credits feature a clip from the "Green Ranger Kata" martial arts video.

    • Repellator was just the suit of the Silverhorns monster (from "The Power Transfer (2)"), repainted bright green, with a large tongue.

  • Allusions

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