Power Rangers

Season 16 Episode 29

Maryl and the Monkeys

Aired Saturday 12:00 PM Oct 20, 2008 on Nickelodeon
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Episode Summary

Camille steals a cloning formula from Maryl. The monkeys will duplicate and Camille's plan just might work. Scorch and Snapper plot to ruin her plan. They don't like how Dai Shi favors her. Dominic tries his best to woo Maryl. Not only does she hold the answer to destroying the monkeys, but he thinks she's pretty.moreless

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    Darren Young

    Darren Young

    Grinder (voice)

    Guest Star

    Siobhan Page

    Siobhan Page

    Maryl Snyder

    Guest Star

    Bruce Allpress

    Bruce Allpress

    Elephant Ranger (voice)

    Recurring Role

    Paul Gittins

    Paul Gittins

    Shark Ranger (voice)

    Recurring Role

    Richard Simpson

    Richard Simpson

    Snapper (voice)

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (11)

      • Lily: I'm sorry, Dom. Some bad timing.
        Dominic: Yeah. No girl, no information. Not sure which one I feel worse about.

      • Maryl: Are you following me?
        Dominic: Me? No, I was just... yes. Yes, I was following you.
        Maryl: Do I need to yell for help?
        Dominic: Uh, not really. But if you did, I'd probably be the one to come and help you.
        Maryl: Oh, really? Are you a cop, or something?
        Dominic: More like the "or something".
        Maryl: Must be my lucky day. I don't meet very many "or something"'s!

      • Camille: (to Maryl) I don't think your car will work without these. (shows missing engine piece)

      • Dominic: Not only is she beautiful, she's a genius. I did some research after I got this image from the parking lot surveillance video. Maryl Snyder is a leading scientist in her field. She's a genetic engineer.
        Fran: Great. She can drive trains, too.
        R.J.: Uh, Fran, I think it's time to go downstairs and open the restaurant.

      • (Dominic reveals himself to Maryl as Rhino Ranger)
        Maryl: You? You're a...
        Dominic: Yep, I am.

      • Dominic: I don't need you guys to act weird and stuff. Got to play it cool. She's got some trust issues.
        Casey: And just tell us why would she tell you and no one else?
        Dominic: Because, well... 'cause the girl likes me.
        (Maryl walks in)
        Dominic: I mean, she likes me. She'll tell me everything, and then I'll tell you. I'm her hero. She's fallen for me. She's putty in my hand. And, she's at the door isn't she?

      • Fran: Uh, big problem. A monkey is attacking the city.

      • Casey: Who let you out? One monkey shouldn't be too much of a problem.
        Grinder: Maybe not one, but how about a ton?
        (pours cloning formula on himself)
        Grinder: This is going to be fun! Monkey see, monkey do. Now I make hundreds of you.
        (lets loose his clones)

      • Maryl: (to Dominic) Oh, look, it's the boy who's supposed to turn me into putty.

      • Grinder: I'm too itchy to fight!
        Camille: It's you, isn't it?
        Grinder: No, it's not me. Why would you think it's me?
        Camille: Because the other monkeys are fighting and you're standing here in back, itching.
        Grinder: I - I didn't think you'd notice.

      • Grinder: A rhino's no match for a clever monkey!

    • NOTES (7)

      • This marks the first (and only) time Dominic uses the Rhino Blade/Claw Booster weapon, and the final time the combo is used.

      • This episode marks the final appearance of the Jungle Master Megazord, and the Jungle Master Stampede fomation.

      • The Spirit Rangers appear for the first time since "One Last Second Chance", and it is revealed that the Rangers can summon them using their Shark, Bat and Elephant spirits.

      • Bruce Kalish, who is the Executive Producer of this season, is credited as the writer of this episode. However, originally a writer by the name of "Sal N. Mitchell" was credited for the episode. "Sal N. Mitchell" happens to be an anagram of "Can Still Helm" which likely references the fact that Bruce Kalish, a card carrying member of the WGA, stayed on board during the strike to "helm" the show. In fact, many of the other strike writer's names formed strike-related anagrams.

      • With the exception of "Don't Blow That Dough" (which was written out of order), this is the first episode to be written by one of the regular writers since "Bad to the Bone" due to the conclusion of the WGA Strike on February 12th 2008.

      • Made its worldwide debut online, via streaming video at Jetix.tv, on Tuesday, October 14.

      • Debuted on Toon Disney on its regular day and time of Monday Night at 8:00pm E&P. ABC Kids debut date: Saturday, December 27 at 12:30pm ET/11:30am PT.

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