Power Rangers

Season 4 Episode 47

Rangers of Two Worlds (2)

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Aired Saturday 12:00 PM Nov 21, 1996 on Nickelodeon
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The Zeo Rangers lose the Zeo Megazord to the clutches of Cog-Changer, and the Super Zeo Megazord to Impursonator, leading to Rita & Zedd's monster battling Mondo & Machina's, using the Zords of their shared enemies! Added help by the Aquitian Rangers may aid in the fight, but no matter what the Rangers do, the old, gray Billy's time on this Earth is numbered... Meanwhile, Bulk & Skull take the test to get their detectives licenses, right in the middle of a monster attack.moreless

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  • One of the best episodes out of the first 4 seasons

    9.5
    This is complete awesome. There's all sorts of things to love about the break neck pace of events in this two parter. The humour and the drama come together really well. Rita/Zedd and Mondo going at it in the Rangers Zords, the first team up of two different Sentai teams, and one heck of a fight sequence on the ground. The sub-plot of Billy aging was probably forced by his departure from the show, which was clearly decided some episodes before this as he kind of vanished from the scene after Jason came back. Still, the actor they brought in to play old billy did a great job, and the plot itself is strong.



    It is worth noting that american political issues come into play here a little as the idea of billy being in mortal danger is avoided almost to a fault. When deciding if he should return to aquitar, the alien ranger says 'I couldn't forgive myself if something happened to you'. Well, he'll be dead in an hour, so the point is moot. Still, as slightly awkward a moment as it is, it really doesn't detract at all. Curiously, despite this, the writers took a far more daring step with the shows other political danger zone in this episode. When Bulk and Skull are taking their detective exams, Angel Grove is under attack. This is the first time that the impact of that is made so clear. The roof is caving in all around them, with lights flashing out the window and a bomb siren. The bomb siren especially is a kind of haunting touch. It's a cool scene. That question still nags me though, how is Angel Grove not completely destroyed after these 4 seasons, and why is any one still living there? Why is school still in session. None of that really matters. It's the Power Rangers. I wonder though.



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Austin St. John

Austin St. John

Jason Lee Scott, Gold Ranger

Catherine Sutherland

Catherine Sutherland

Katherine "Kat" Hillard, Pink Zeo Ranger

Gregg Bullock

Gregg Bullock

Det. Jerome Stone

Jason David Frank

Jason David Frank

Tommy Oliver, Red Zeo Ranger

Jason Narvy

Jason Narvy

Eugene "Skull" Skullovitch

Johnny Yong Bosch

Johnny Yong Bosch

Adam Park, Green Zeo Ranger

Rajia Baroudi

Rajia Baroudi

Delphine (White Aquitar Ranger)

Guest Star

Karim Prince

Karim Prince

Cestro (Blue Aquitar Ranger)

Guest Star

David Bacon

David Bacon

Aurico (Red Aquitar Ranger)

Guest Star

Barbara Goodson

Barbara Goodson

Orbus (voice)/Prince Sprocket (voice)

Recurring Role

Oliver Page

Oliver Page

Klank (voice)

Recurring Role

Alex Borstein

Alex Borstein

Queen Machina (voice)

Recurring Role

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  • QUOTES (3)

    • Mondo: If that ridiculous Rita wants a fight, she's challenging the wrong evil monarch.
      Rita: (laughs) That rusty Mondo's gonna get a oil treatment he won't forget!

    • Cog Changer: Hey, you in the Super Megazord, what kind of monster ARE you?
      Impursonator: I'm your worst fashion nightmare!

    • Auric: Excuse me, I believe we have a slight misunderstanding. I'd like to have a word with you, and you. (points to the Super Zeo and Zeo Megazords both under the control of monsters) Thank you for your kind attention, now ask yourselves. Honestly, is your behavior really fair to the citizens of Angel Grove? (Taps the two Megazords on the shoulder, both brush him off)
      Cog Changer: We're monsters! This is what we do!(Both Megazords punch Auric in the face)
      Auric: You're going about this all wrong, I always prefer to talk through a problem rather than handle it with brawn. Now won't you both behave like gentlemen?
      Cog Changer: GENTLE I hate gentle!
      Impursonator: No kidding I've had enough of this guy!

  • NOTES (7)

    • This is the final time the individual Super Zeozords are used in battle.

    • The end credits sequence is a montage of various shots of David Yost as Billy throughout the years, with just the Zeo instrumental music as audio.

    • This episode features the final appearance of Auric The Conqueror. He's not given a write-out, he's just never summoned again.

    • This is the final unmorphed appearances of Aurico, Delphine, and Cestro. When they and the rest of the Aquitian Rangers appear (in "Countdown To Destruction (1)"), they'll be voiced by unknowns and morphed-only.

    • Tideus (Yellow Aquitar Ranger) and Corcus (Black Aquitar Ranger) appear, morphed only, and voiced by uncredited actors, differing from their original MMAR actors, who appear only in the recycled footage of the brief morphing sequences.

    • Billy is played by a different actor than David Yost in this episode. His "transmission from Aquitar" is recycled footage from "Mean Screen", static-ed up, and dubbed by someone else. This is Billy's final appearance, his character moves to Aquitar and is never seen again.

    • This marks a first of a tradition for the series, two differently-powered teams of Power Rangers joining forces in battle (this being POWER RANGERS ZEO meeting the MIGHTY MORPHIN' ALIEN RANGERS).

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