Season 2


61 :02×01 – The Mutiny (1)

First aired: Jul/21/1994
Writer: 
Shuki LevyShell Danielson
Director: 
Shuki Levy
Guest star: 
Scott Page-Pagter (Pirantishead), Michael Sorich (Squatt)

Whilst out motocrossing for a charity event race, the Rangers witness strange occurrences in the sky. The cause of this is revealed to be the arrival of Lord Zedd, Rita’s superior. Tired of Rita’s failures, Lord Zedd exiles her and takes control himself, vowing to finish the Rangers off once and for all.

 


62 :02×02 – The Mutiny (2)

First aired: Jul/29/1994
Writer: 
Shuki LevyShell Danielson
Director: 
Shuki Levy

Zedd’s Pirantishead monster successfully freezes most of the Rangers’ Dinozords barring the Tyrannosaurus, which he instead turns against the Rangers. Tommy’s Dragonzord also suffers the same fate. With two of their most powerful vetches under Zedd’s control, Zordon and Alpha are forced to upgrade their defenses, and provide the Rangers with new Thunder Zords

 


63 :02×03 – The Mutiny (3)

First aired: Aug/05/1994
Writer: 
Shuki LevyShell Danielson
Director: 
Shuki Levy

The Rangers, aware that they need to regain control of the Dinozords in order to finish activating the Thunderzords, work on reclaiming them with the aid of an electronic scrambler developed by Billy. They eventually succeed, but Lord Zedd is not about to let the Rangers gain such an easy victory.

 


64 :02×04 – The Wanna-Be Ranger

First aired: Sep/13/1994
Writer: 
Ellen Levy-SarnoffDanny Sarnoff
Director: 
John Stewart

Lord Zedd uses Zack’s white gorrila costume to create the Primator. The Primator is a shapeshifter, who can transform into any of the Rangers and uses this to trick them.

 


65 :02×05 – Putty on the Brain

First aired: Sep/14/1994
Writer: 
Mark Litton
Director: 
John Stewart

Lord Zedd casts a spell on Billy and Zack’s new glasses, causing them to think their fellow Ranger friends are actualy Putty Patrollers.

 


66 :02×06 – Bloom of Doom

First aired: Sep/17/1994
Writer: 
Cheryl Saban
Director: 
John Stewart

When the Rangers start up their own clubs down at the Youth Center, not many seem to be joining Kimberly’s gardening club, while Trini’s volleyball club is very popular. Lord Zedd uses this to his advantage and casts a spell on Kimberly, making her very jealous and hostile towards Trini. He then sends down the Bloom of Doom down to Earth and Kimberly needs to get over her jealousy and work with the team, if she hopes to defeat it.

 


67 :02×07 – The Green Dream

First aired: Sep/19/1994
Writer: 
Stewart St. John
Director: 
John Stewart

When Tommy keeps having horrible nightmares about losing his Green Ranger powers, Lord Zedd calls on the Robo-Goat monster to capture Tommy and lure him to the dark side.

 


68 :02×08 – The Power Stealer

First aired: Sep/20/1994
Writer: 
Rafael Antonio OliverBarbara A. Oliver
Director: 
Terrence H. Winkless

While cleaning up Angel Grove, the teens get trapped by the Octophantom monster who attempts to drain the Rangers of their powers.

 


69 :02×09 – The Beetle Invasion

First aired: Sep/21/1994
Writer: 
Mark Hoffmeier
Director: 
Terrence H. Winkless

While the Rangers are busy with a broom ball tournament against their rivals, Stone Canyon, Lord Zedd sends the Stag Beetle monster down to Earth.

 


70 :02×10 – Welcome to Venus Island

First aired: Sep/24/1994
Writer: 
Judd Lynn
Director: 
Terrence H. Winkless

When Trini’s young neighbor is kidnapped by Golder while at the beach with the Rangers, they have to act fast and rescue her from the extremely dangerous Venus Island, where the Flytrap monster is awaiting their arrival.

 


71 :02×11 – The Song of Guitardo

First aired: Sep/26/1994
Writer: 
Shuki LevyShell Danielson
Director: 
Terrence H. Winkless

When Lord Zedd spoils the Rangers’ picnic in the park, and unleashes his Guitardo monster on Angel Grove, it’s up to Kimberly and Tommy to rescue their Ranger friends from the trance Guitardo has them under.

 


72 :02×12 – Green No More (1)

First aired: Sep/27/1994
Writer: 
Stewart St. John
Director: 
John Stewart

Tommy gets a cryptic warning from his future self about the status of his dwindling powers. Meanwhile, the remaining Rangers have a problem of their own, when Lord Zedd has plans of assembling his own team of Dark Rangers.

 


73 :02×13 – Green No More (2)

First aired: Sep/28/1994
Writer: 
Stewart St. John
Director: 
John Stewart

Lord Zedd and Goldar trap Tommy in another dimension with plans to strip him of his Green Ranger powers once and for all.

 


74 :02×14 – Missing Green

First aired: Oct/03/1994
Writer: 
Danny Sarnoff
Director: 
John Stewart

Jason is still down in the dumps about Tommy losing his powers, but he must get over it quickly when the remaining four Rangers are imprisoned by Goldar. Unless he finds a way to rescue them, they will suffer the same demise as the Green Ranger.

 


75 :02×15 – Orchestral Maneuvers in the Park

First aired: Oct/04/1994
Writer: 
Douglas Sloan
Director: 
Jerry P. Jacobs

On the eve of a Jazz festival in Angel Grove, Lord Zedd sends down his Trumpethead monster to attack the Rangers and cause them to believe they’re fighting monsters from their past.

 


76 :02×16 – Beauty and the Beast

First aired: Oct/10/1994
Writer: 
Cheryl Saban
Director: 
John Stewart

The Rangers must put a stop to Lord Zedd’s evil plans when he decides that he would like to have a queen by his side and chooses Kimberly for the job.

 


77 :02×17 – White Light (1)

First aired: Oct/17/1994
Writer: 
Shuki LevyShell Danielson
Director: 
Jonathan Tzachor

Lord Zedd slowly carves a Fist statue into the feared Nimrod, the Scarlet Sentinel, a monster that proves too powerful for the Rangers, meanwhile Zordon and Alpha have mysteriously vanished, Billy’s investigations lead him to the answers, and more questions…

 


78 :02×18 – White Light (2)

First aired: Oct/18/1994
Writer: 
Shuki LevyShell Danielson
Director: 
Jonathan Tzachor

The Rangers, angered by Zordon’s developing of a new Ranger without notifying them, are called back to the Command Center to witness his unveiling,. The identity of the Ranger soon becomes the least of their worries as Nimrod rises again to threaten Angel Grove with Trixie and Dixie

Meanwhile, Bulk and Skull’s efforts to pry open the crashed space dumpster of Rita Repulsa succeed, fearing that she may reveal the secret identities of the Rangers if they provoke her, Zordon deploys the Rangers to stop her, whilst the new White Ranger battles Nimord and her sisters alone…

 


79 :02×19 – Two for One

First aired: Oct/24/1994
Writer: 
Douglas Sloan
Director: 
Jerry P. Jacobs

While on a date with Tommy in Angel Grove Park, Kimbery’s purse is stolen by Zedd’s goon of putties. Lord Zedd makes monsters out of the purse, and the tube of lipstick inside it. The 6 Rangers must then split up and battle Pursehead and the Lipsyncher at the same time, when they attack Angel Grove.

 


80 :02×20 – Opposites Attract

First aired: Oct/25/1994
Writer: 
Cheryl Saban
Director: 
Jerry P. Jacobs

Billy becomes smitten with one of Kimberly’s friends, whilst Zedd transforms the Blue Ranger’s new Polarizer device into the monster Magnet Brain…

 


81 :02×21 – Zedd’s Monster Mash

First aired: Oct/28/1994
Writer: 
Cheryl Saban
Director: 
Jerry P. Jacobs
Guest star: 
Michael Sorich (Pumpkin Rapper)

On Halloween night, Lord Zedd traps Tommy alone in an alternate dimension, and puts him up against a variety of monsters from his past.

 


82 :02×22 – The Ninja Encounter (1)

First aired: Nov/02/1994
Writer: 
Shell DanielsonShuki Levy
Director: 
Shuki Levy
Guest star: 
Karan Ashley (Aisha Campbell), Steve Cardenas (Rocky DeSantos), Johnny Yong Bosch (Adam Park)

Zedd captures Rocky, Adam, and Aisha, three martial arts students, with the intention of making them his agents of destruction.

 


83 :02×23 – The Ninja Encounter (2)

First aired: Nov/03/1994
Writer: 
Shell DanielsonShuki Levy
Director: 
Shuki Levy
Guest star: 
Johnny Yong Bosch (Adam Park), Karan Ashley (Aisha Campbell), Steve Cardenas (Rocky DeSantos)

The Rangers continue to face the dilemmas poised by the ensnarement of their new friends and their former teacher. Meanwhile, an old enemy from The Rangers past reawakens as Lord Zedd resurrects The Hatchasaurous

 


84 :02×24 – The Ninja Encounter (3)

First aired: Nov/04/1994
Writer: 
Shell DanielsonShuki Levy
Director: 
Shuki Levy
Guest star: 
Johnny Yong Bosch (Adam Park), Steve Cardenas (Rocky DeSantos), Karan Ashley (Aisha Campbell)

As Lord Zedd prepares to turn his captive Ninja students to the side of evil, The Rangers are finally able to make progress in their bid to rescue their enemies hostages, but a dangerous encounter with a serpent compromises the Rangers most guarded secrets…

 


85 :02×25 – A Monster of Global Proportions

First aired: Nov/05/1994
Writer: 
Douglas Sloan
Director: 
Jerry P. Jacobs
Guest star: 
Steve Cardenas (Rocky DeSantos), Karan Ashley (Aisha Campbell), Johnny Yong Bosch (Adam Park)

Delegates of the impending peace talks in Switzerland arrive in Angel Grove, and Lord Zedd takes full advantage of their arrival to initiate an international incident by unleashing a monster created from the scuplture of a world globe

 


86 :02×26 – Zedd Waves

First aired: Nov/07/1994
Writer: 
Mark Litton
Director: 
Jerry P. Jacobs
Guest star: 
Karan Ashley (Aisha Campbell), Johnny Yong Bosch (Adam Park), Steve Cardenas (Rocky DeSantos)

Lord Zedd’s latest monster transmits a powerful subconscious message into the minds of Angel Grove using radio frequencies, which also affects several of The Rangers, turning Jason, Zach, and Trini against their friends

 


87 :02×27 – The Power Transfer (1)

First aired: Nov/08/1994
Writer: 
Judd Lynn
Director: 
Jonathan Tzachor
Guest star: 
Johnny Yong Bosch (Adam Park), Karan Ashley (Aisha Campbell), Steve Cardenas (Rocky DeSantos)

When Jason, Trini and Zack are chosen to be part of the peace summit in Switzerland. With The Rangers about to be divided, Lord Zedd seizes the opportunity to unleash his new Zord Serprenterra on the planet and the universe. In order to remain at full capability, three new Rangers must be chosen to replace the older guard. The Rangers embark on a dangerous mission to the Nameless Planet and recover a powerful artifact that will make such a transfer of power possible, but Lord Zedd, Goldar, and Serpenterra are not far behind…

 


88 :02×28 – The Power Transfer (2)

First aired: Nov/09/1994
Writer: 
Judd Lynn
Director: 
Jonathan Tzachor
Guest star: 
Johnny Yong Bosch (Adam Park/Black Ranger), Steve Cardenas (Rocky DeSantos)

The Rangers struggle to escape with the Sword of Light before Serpenterra lays waste to the Nameless Planet. Meanwhile, Zordon calls on Rocky, Adam, and Aisha to help put an end to Zedd’s sleep inducing device. When all is said, new Rangers will rise

 


89 :02×29 – Goldar’s Vice-Versa

First aired: Nov/12/1994
Writer: 
Douglas Sloan
Director: 
Terrence H. Winkless

Preparations for a “vice versa dance”, where the girls must ask out the boys rather than the opposite way around, is underway, and Adam has fallen for a particularly beautiful martial artist who may provide enough sting to put the new Rangers out of action.

 


90 :02×30 – Mirror of Regret

First aired: Nov/14/1994
Writer: 
Cheryl Saban
Director: 
Terrence H. Winkless

Adam is confronted by the darkest demons of his past when Zedd exposes him to the Mirror of Regret…

 


91 :02×31 – When is a Ranger Not a Ranger?

First aired: Nov/15/1994
Writer: 
Judd Lynn
Director: 
Jonathan Tzachor

Lord Zedd uses Adam’s kaleidoscope to create the Scatterbrain Monster, who then erases Tommy, Billy and Kimberly’s memories. Meanwhile, Bulk and Skull find out the true identities of the Power Rangers, but surprise everyone when they end up coming through for the Rangers.

 


92 :02×32 – Rocky Just Wants to Have Fun

First aired: Nov/16/1994
Writer: 
Mark Hoffmeier
Director: 
Terrence H. Winkless

Rocky becomes obsessed with Ernie’s new Pachinco machine, and when Zedd casts a spell on him, Rocky soon makes having fun his only priority. The Teens must soon face the might of Zedd’s Pachinco Head Monster without the aid of the Red Ranger…

 


93 :02×33 – Lights, Camera, Action

First aired: Nov/17/1994
Writer: 
Ellen Levy-SarnoffDanny Sarnoff
Director: 
Terrence H. Winkless

The Power Rangers are expected to appear on national television to deliver a message of peace, but Lord Zedd tries to interfere by creating a monster out of a television camera. Meanwhile, Bulk and Skull believe that they may finally have the chance to unmask the Power Rangers on worldwide TV.

 


94 :02×34 – Where There’s Smoke, There’s Fire

First aired: Nov/21/1994
Writer: 
Jerry P. Jacobs
Director: 
John Stewart

Aisha is made Fire Safety Captain during Angel Grove High’s Fire Safety Week. She ends up taking the job a little too seriously and alienates everyone around her. Meanwhile Lord Zedd sends the Flamehead Monster down to Angel Grove and teaches Aisha a thing or two about teamwork.

 


95 :02×35 – Scavenger Hunt

First aired: Nov/22/1994
Writer: 
Stewart St. John
Director: 
John Stewart

As the Rangers play a round of Scavenger Hunt, Zedd schemes to send the Rangers on a never-ending round of the game…

 


96 :02×36 – The Great Bookala Escape

First aired: Nov/23/1994
Writer: 
Judd Lynn
Director: 
John Stewart

The Rangers befriend a kindly alien who crash lands on Earth. Zedd sets his sights on the alien’s diamond energy source, which could give him limitless power…

 


97 :02×37 – Forever Friends

First aired: Nov/28/1994
Writer: 
Cheryl Saban
Director: 
Terrence H. Winkless

There’s tension in the air when Kimberly needs to compete in a gymnastics competition against Aisha’s former best friend, Shauna.

 


98 :02×38 – A Reel Fish Story

First aired: Nov/29/1994
Writer: 
Ellen Levy-SarnoffDouglas Sloan
Director: 
Terrence H. Winkless

While Rocky as working as a life guard at Angel Grove’s lake, Lord Zedd summons all the underwater themed monsters the Rangers have faced before, back to haunt them.

 


99 :02×39 – Rangers Back in Time (1)

First aired: Feb/04/1995
Writer: 
Shuki LevyShell Danielson
Director: 
Terrence H. Winkless

Using the Rock of Time, Lord Zedd turns the Earth back, reducing the teens to helpless children. With the Rangers unable to defend themselves, Zedd unleashes the Photomare monster…

 


100 :02×40 – Rangers Back in Time (2)

First aired: Feb/11/1995
Writer: 
Shuki LevyShell Danielson
Director: 
Terrence H. Winkless

Alpha attempts to free the Kids, who are trapped in Photomare’s dasatardly photo prison. However, even if the kids are returned to normal, can anything be done to stop the Rock of Time?

 


101 :02×41 – The Wedding (1)

First aired: Feb/13/1995
Writer: 
Shuki LevyShell Danielson
Director: 
Shuki Levy

The Rangers embark on a whirlwind tour of Australia. Meanwhile, an old enemy returns to the moon to exact her revenge on Zedd the only way she knows how…by making herself his bride…

 


102 :02×42 – The Wedding (2)

First aired: Feb/14/1995
Writer: 
Shuki LevyShell Danielson
Director: 
Shuki Levy
Guest star: 
Scott Page-Pagter (Peckster)

Betrayed by a malfunctioning Alpha and trapped inside a theater house full of familiar foes, the Rangers struggle to fight their way through the carnival of monsters and escape. Meanwhile, preparations are made for the fiendish union of two masters of evil..

 


103 :02×43 – The Wedding (3)

First aired: Feb/15/1995
Writer: 
Shuki LevyShell Danielson
Director: 
Shuki Levy
Guest star: 
Scott Page-Pagter (Peckster)

The Rangers make a dash for freedom as Lord Zedd and his new bride make their way to Earth with the intent of finishing them off. With Alpha still in the thrall of evil, can the Rangers restore him to normal in time and deal with the barrage of old monsters wreaking havoc in the city?

 


104 :02×44 – Return of the Green Ranger (1)

First aired: Feb/20/1995
Writer: 
Shuki Levy
Director: 
Shuki Levy

The sinister Wizard of Deception is summoned to deal with the Rangers. Intending to trap them in the past, the Wizard makes preparations to deal with the teens valiant leader Tommy by pitting him against none other than himself. With the aid of a lock of Tommy’s hair, the Wizard creates an exact duplicate of Tommy, who soon lures the remaining Rangers into the Wizard’s trap…

 


105 :02×45 – Return of the Green Ranger (2)

First aired: Feb/21/1995
Writer: 
Shuki Levy
Director: 
Shuki Levy

The White Ranger confronts his clone, armed with the Green Ranger powers, and the two clash. Meanwhile, trapped in the 18th century, the powerless teens are confronted by the Wizard of Deception and two very large rats…

 


106 :02×46 – Return of the Green Ranger (3)

First aired: Feb/22/1995
Writer: 
Shuki Levy
Director: 
Shuki Levy

As the Green Ranger unleashes the Dragonzord, a weakened White Ranger struggles to keep his clone under control..

 


107 :02×47 – Best Man for the Job

First aired: Apr/29/1995
Writer: 
Mark Hoffmeier
Director: 
John Weil

When Kimberly and Tommy both compete to become school president, Rita casts a spell on the two, making them both very competitive and hateful towards one another. Things get worse, when their rivalry begins to affect their Power Ranger duties.

 


108 :02×48 – Storybook Rangers (1)

First aired: May/01/1995
Writer: 
Douglas SloanCheryl Saban
Director: 
John Weil

Kimberly finds a book which delighted her as a child at a book fare, but Zedd soon traps her, Tommy, and Rocky inside the book and makes plans to ensure the book never has a happy ending Meanwhile, Bulk and Skull attempt to create their own monster so as to lure the Rangers out and enable the pair to learn their identifies…

 


109 :02×49 – Storybook Rangers (2)

First aired: May/02/1995
Writer: 
Douglas SloanCheryl Saban
Director: 
John Weil

Tommy, Kimberly and Rocky ally themselves with a grouchy character from the storybook and journey to see a powerful Wizard. Zedd and Rita take Bulk and Skull’s custom made monster and turn into the genuine article. With the Turkey Jerk monster on the rampage, can the remaining Rangers find the storybook in time? And can the Rangers trapped inside ensure the book’s happy ending is preserved?

 


110 :02×50 – Wild West Rangers (1)

First aired: May/08/1995
Writer: 
Mark Litton
Director: 
Armand Garabidian

Kimberly is thrown backwards in time and finds herself in the old West, where she meets the ancestors of her Friends. Zedd plots to conquer Angel Grove in the past and makes preparations for his forces to travel there…

 


111 :02×51 – Wild West Rangers (2)

First aired: May/09/1995
Writer: 
Mark Litton
Director: 
Armand Garabidian

With Zedd’s forces poised to conquer the West, Kimberly has no choice but to teleport to the Command Center and ask Zordon to give the power coins to her friends’ ancestors…

 


112 :02×52 – Blue Ranger Gone Bad

First aired: May/20/1995
Writer: 
Judd Lynn
Director: 
John Weil

Rita and Zedd turn an art sculpture of Billy into his exact double, while they kidnap the real Billy and hide him in an alternate dimenson. The evil Billy goes on to trick the Rangers into giving up their Power Coins.