Power Rangers

Season 2 Episode 51

Wild West Rangers (2)

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Aired Saturday 12:00 PM May 09, 1995 on Nickelodeon
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Trapped in the Angel Grove of the Old West, Kimberly's manages to morph, but is outnumbered by Goldar, Needlenose, and a gang of Putties. She teleports to the Command Center, and luckily, Zordon & Alpha 5 are awake! Kim informs them of her situation, and they lend her the Power Coins. Can she convince her teammates' great great grandparents to become the Earth's first team of Power Rangers? Meanwhile, in the present, Billy must come up with a way to get Kim out of the past before time runs out.moreless

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  • Kimberly who has suddenly fell back in time to the 1800's now has to find her way out of this mess. Not just that but with Zedd's minions invading that time period, she must step up and help out the other rangers' ancestors.moreless

    8.0
    It was a very intriguing episode. Kimberly even just for this moment now has the chance to lead the rangers in. It makes me wonder how the line up might have play out if Jason had left and Tommy wasn't the leader of the team. I'm amazed she handled control of being leader. Then you had Tommy and the others taking care of the cactus monster that Zedd unleashed. Two separate battles in a two part mini-series is no surprise as we've seen it in previous episodes. After all at least Kim managed to escape out of the timeline she thought she be stuck for eternity. Who thought time traveling would be a dream turning into nightmare?moreless
  • Two generations of rangers, fighting for the same cause.

    10
    It's great to see how the Power Ranger's ancestors

    had their descendents heroics, courage, and never say die attitude. Even Tommy's ancestor who didn't

    have any powers, managed to hold his own against Goldar and Needlenose. To me, that's true courage,

    proving that even without any special powers, Tommy's ancestor could still be a hero. This episode is one of the best written I've ever seen.
David Yost

David Yost

Billy Cranston, Blue Mighty Morphin Ranger

Steve Cardenas

Steve Cardenas

Rocky DeSantos, Red Mighty Morphin Ranger

Karan Ashley

Karan Ashley

Aisha Campbell, Yellow Mighty Morphin Ranger

Johnny Yong Bosch

Johnny Yong Bosch

Adam Park, Black Mighty Morphin Ranger

Amy Jo Johnson

Amy Jo Johnson

Kimberly Hart, Pink Mighty Morphin Ranger

Jason David Frank

Jason David Frank

Tommy Oliver, White Ranger

David Yost

David Yost

William (Blue Wild West Ranger)

Guest Star

Steve Cardenas

Steve Cardenas

Rocko (Red Wild West Ranger)

Guest Star

Karan Ashley

Karan Ashley

Miss Alisha (Yellow Wild West Ranger)

Guest Star

Barbara Goodson

Barbara Goodson

Rita Repulsa (voice)

Recurring Role

Bob Manahan

Bob Manahan

Zordon (voice)

Recurring Role

Carla Perez

Carla Perez

Rita Repulsa

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • When Kimberly first shows the gang the coins, the shimmer with their respective colors. (Tyranno=red, Tricera=blue, etc.), but when the second shot of the box is shown, the shot of the coins is reversed, so the tiger and tyranno colors have switched as well as the tricera and mastodon colors.

  • QUOTES (3)

  • NOTES (5)

    • The Wild West Rangers' costumes feature bandanna neckerchiefs, tassles along the gloves and legs, and their Blade Blasters are fashioned like sixshooters.

    • Billy, Adam and Aisha do not appear morphed in this episode (although they do morph, they are never shown in their morphed state as the next scene shifts directly to the Zords).

    • The Wild West Rangers are not only supposedly the very first Earth human Power Rangers team, but they're the first team on the show to only have four members, as they're the first to lack their own Pink Ranger (though the powers exist).

    • Final appearance of the MegaTigerzord combination.

    • Bulk and Skull's ancestors also tried to find out the identity of the Wild West Rangers, proving that sometimes, habits are genetic.

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • "Too bad I have to waste you away again in Zedd-and-Rita-ville."
      This is an obvious reference to the Jimmy Buffet song Margaritaville.

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