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|Thanks,the latest pick I've seen was Thuy's 9/11 funeral.Receeding hair line,huh.It appears like the rest he has next to nothing .Hope to hear of him in the news or on a project soon .Man,I miss watching him and Jason Frank those were the days.|
ah yes (flashbacks) hmmmmmm those were the days
On June 12th, A Reel Fish Story was aired on the hour long PRG on JETIX's evening line-up. Was this episode included in Season 2's run on the last PRG cycle (which was like in Januaryish or so)?
And they skipped Rangers Back in Time because they went to The Wedding trilogy yesterday, the 13th. I know that with MMPR, since there are so many episodes, that they must water down the amount.
But is JETIX switching up what episodes are shown in each MMPR run?
Yes, it aired at the end of December, and has been part of the cycle for a while. Previously it was part of ABC Family's, and it joined TD's this fall.
Rangers Back in Time aired last week on the 7th. As you all should notice by now, since it has been happening since the block began in 2002,Jetix goes by production numbers when determining airing order, not by storyline or airdate, which is most noticable around the Power Transfer where for obvious reasons, many episodes were produced out of order. Which is why Rocky Just Wants to Have Fun and Rangers Back in Time always air before The Power Transfer.
For several reasons:
(a) It's an acquired show that they got from the buyout of Fox Family Worldwide, so they don't even have the original airdates on record. So they go by the production numbers, as Fox didn't label the episodes by chronological order.
(b) Even if they had the original airdates, in the early days Fox aired several episodes out of order. Most notably, the official second episode of the show, High Five, which featured the debut of the power blaster, but aired third since Fox decided to air the Pudgy Pig episode as the second episode (even though it's officially sixth).
For the record this guide didn't even have all the airdates correct until recently since not everyone in the fandom kept track of every single episode in the first season, so most of it was compiled by word of mouth and sharing of lists several years ago. It got more complete about two years ago when someone decided to post their list of the airdates they got from when they taped the original airings of the first season.
|Back when PR was on Fox Kids why did Fox recognize episodes in the middle of a season as season finales or season premieres?|
|How come if you in any way compare SS to PR in a forum it is locked up or deleted.|