Season 3


113 :03×01 – A Friend in Need (1)

First aired: Sep/02/1995
Writer: Shuki Levy, Shell Danielson
Director: Worth Keeter
Guest star: Richard Steven Horvitz (Alpha 5), Julie Maddalena (Fact), Michael McConnohie (Gork), Michael Sorich (Double Face)

On distant Edenoi, the Edonites, now slaves to the merciless Plague Patrol of Count Dregon, rely on their protector the Masked Rider for deliverance. A homesick Alpha 5 asks the Rangers to travel on a dangerous mission to his home world, Edenoi, to check on his creator, King Lexian.


114 :03×02 – A Friend in Need (2)

First aired: Sep/09/1995
Writer: Shuki Levy, Shell Danielson
Director: Worth Keeter
Guest star: Michael Sorich (Double Face)

The Rangers are mistaken for enemies and allies of Count Dregon by the Masked Rider, after a fierce duel, the Rangers and the Edonites are attacked by Dregons’ Spider-Base, convinced they are not enemies, the Masked Rider reveals his true identity, that of Prince Dex, grandson of Lexian. Meanwhile, on Earth, Kimberly, slightly ill with the flu, must come to Angel Groves’ defense when Lord Zedd and Rita unleash Repellator.


115 :03×03 – A Friend in Need (3)

First aired: Sep/09/1995
Writer: Shuki Levy, Shell Danielson
Director: Worth Keeter
Guest star: Michael McConnohie (Gork), Michael Sorich (Doubleface), Julie Maddalena (Fact)

Kimberly continues to battle the Reppelator, the Rangers assist Dex and his Ednonites against Dragons’ attacking armies, once they send them running, they wish Dex well and return to Earth, Dregon demands they pursue them.


116 :03×04 – Ninja Quest (1)

First aired: Sep/11/1995
Writer: Shuki Levy, Shell Danielson
Director: Terrence H. Winkless

The arrival of Rita’s’ brother Rito and Tenga egg hatchings spell trouble for the Rangers. An ambush of faces from the past leads to a mammoth battle of giants that seals the fate of the Rangers’ original powers


117 :03×05 – Ninja Quest (2)

First aired: Sep/12/1995
Writer: Shuki Levy, Shell Danielson
Director: Terrence H. Winkless

The Rangers, having lost their powers are sent on a dangerous mission- to The Desert of Despair to locate Ninjor who will be able to provide them with new powers.


118 :03×06 – Ninja Quest (3)

First aired: Sep/13/1995
Writer: Shuki Levy, Shell Danielson
Director: Terrence H. Winkless

The Rangers locate the Temple of Power, and within find its occupant, Ninjor, passing a test of dismissal. With his help, the Rangers soon undergo a ritual that provides them with new powers. Meanwhile, outside the temple, the Tenga forces continue to gather.


119 :03×07 – Ninja Quest (4)

First aired: Sep/14/1995
Writer: Shuki Levy, Shell Danielson
Director: Terrence H. Winkless

Returning to Angel Grove with their powers restored and with new Zords at their command, the Rangers gain a measure of revenge on a giant sized Rito. Meanwhile the evil Vampirus egg hatches outside of the Temple, and the creature soon initiates a confrontation with Ninjor.


120 :03×08 – A Brush with Destiny

First aired: Sep/18/1995
Writer: Gilles Wheeler
Director: Terrence H. Winkless

Kimberly is worried she may have to move to Paris with her mom and new French boyfriend and she begins to have nightmares featuring the monster, Artisimole!
Rita and Zedd, then steal the monster from her dream and make it a reality as he attacks Angel Grove.


121 :03×09 – Passing the Lantern

First aired: Sep/19/1995
Writer: Kati Rocky
Director: Armand Garabidian

Rita and Zedd are inspired by Adam’s lantern and his quest to find out more about his heritage, to unleash the monster Lanterra on Angel Grove.


122 :03×10 – Wizard for a Day

First aired: Sep/20/1995
Writer: Mark Hoffmeier
Director: Armand Garabidian

For a school project, Rocky and his science teacher end up swapping roles for a week and Rocky ends up finding out that being a teacher is harder than he thought it would be. Things get worse when Rito and Zedd transform his teacher, Mr. Wilton, into their latest monster creation, Marvo the Meanie.


123 :03×11 – Fourth Down and Long

First aired: Sep/23/1995
Writer: Mark Litton
Director: Armand Garabidian

Rocky’s Uncle Joe arrives in Angel Grove to address the local football team before their game against Stone Canyon. A young student called Alan wants to try out for the team, but his difficulty with understanding letters and numbers begins to affect his studies, and he will not be permitted to play for the team if he does not improve. Rocky volunteers to help him.

Meanwhile, Lord Zedd and Rita unleash the Centiback monster, a creature with all the skills of a refined football player, with the ability to transform anything into legitimate footballs


124 :03×12 – Stop the Hate Master (1)

First aired: Sep/25/1995
Writer: Stewart St. John
Director: Robert Radler
Guest star: Michael Sorich (Hate Master)

Rita and Zedd send down the Hate Master to plant his evil seeds and turn the Rangers against one another.


125 :03×13 – Stop the Hate Master (2)

First aired: Sep/26/1995
Writer: Stewart St. John
Director: Robert Radler

With five of the Rangers under the influence of the Hate Master and regarding one another with contempt, Aisha discovers the truth behind her immunity to the Hate Master’s powers and realizes how it can also help the Rangers…


126 :03×14 – Final Face-Off

First aired: Oct/02/1995
Writer: Douglas Sloan
Director: Armand Garabidian
Guest star: Scott Page-Pagter (Face Stealer)

When Rita awakens The Face Stealer, the Rangers must stop him from stealing the faces of Angel Grove citizens. He proves to be quite the challenge when he manages to steal a few Ranger faces as well.


127 :03×15 – The Potion Notion

First aired: Oct/09/1995
Writer: Jackie Marchand
Director: Robert Radler
Guest star: Richard Steven Horvitz (Alpha 5)

Rito and Goldar concoct an antidote to the love potion that they believe will restore Lord Zedd to his true self. Meanwhile, a monster is sent to Earth armed with the love potion and begins escalating mismatched heart-wrenching havoc in Angel Grove High, turning Kimberly towards Skull amongst other things…


128 :03×16 – A Ranger Catastrophe (1)

First aired: Oct/16/1995
Writer: Douglas Sloan
Director: Douglas Sloan
Guest star: Richard Steven Horvitz (Alpha 5)

Kimberly and Aisha become volunteers at the Angel Grove animal shelter, where as Tommy meets a new citizen of Angel Grove who offers to help him with his car, Katherine. Little does the leader of the Rangers know that Katherine is really an agent of Rita Repulsa, who begins the first phase of a plan to separate the Rangers from their leader…


129 :03×17 – A Ranger Catastrophe (2)

First aired: Oct/17/1995
Writer: Douglas Sloan
Director: Douglas Sloan
Guest star: Michael Sorich (Squatt)

With Tommy trapped in Rita’s dark dimension, the Rangers are left with two choices, save Tommy, or prevent Rito’s assault on Angel Grove. They elect to stop Rito first, where as Rita decides to unleash Katherine herself on the Rangers as a monstrous cat-like being…


130 :03×18 – Changing of the Zords (1)

First aired: Oct/31/1995
Writer: Stewart St. John
Director: Jonathan Tzachor

Katherine continues to make use of her trust amongst the Ranger teens and steals Kimberly’s power coin when she and the others are distracted by a Tenga attack. With her powers being drained, Kimberly suffers a devastating side-affect and begins getting weaker…


131 :03×19 – Changing of the Zords (2)

First aired: Nov/01/1995
Writer: Stewart St. John
Director: Jonathan Tzachor

Having discovered anicent, inoperable Zords, Zedd and Rita decide to kidnap Kimberly and use her fragile state to blackmail the Rangers into piloting them


132 :03×20 – Changing of the Zords (3)

First aired: Nov/02/1995
Writer: Stewart St. John
Director: Jonathan Tzachor

Tommy enters the dark dimension and confronts Zedd for the fate of Kimberly, the remaining Rangers are summoned by Rita to use the ancient zords to destroy the city, Billy quickly turns the tables on her


133 :03×21 – Follow That Cab!

First aired: Nov/04/1995
Writer: Shuki Levy, Shell Danielson
Director: Terrence H. Winkless

After Bulk and Skull accidentally help a thief to steal her car, Kimberly, as well as Bulk and Skull, follow after the thief in a taxi. However, Zedd then turns the cab into a monster, with the trio still inside!


134 :03×22 – A Different Shade of Pink (1)

First aired: Nov/06/1995
Writer: Douglas Sloan
Director: Robert Radler

Kimberly is asked by a famous gymnastics coach to try out for the Pan Global gymnastics team. However, Rita doesn’t want her to participate, so she repeatedly sends monsters down to Earth, causing Kimberly to get injured from exhaustion.


135 :03×23 – A Different Shade of Pink (2)

First aired: Nov/07/1995
Writer: Douglas Sloan
Director: Robert Radler

Rita and Zedd send down a monster to kidnap Kat because the spell over her was broken by her helping Kimberly.


136 :03×24 – A Different Shade of Pink (3)

First aired: Nov/08/1995
Writer: Douglas Sloan
Director: Robert Radler

The Rangers agree to trade Kat for Ninjor, but set up a force field around her to protect her. However, Rita double crosses them by just giving them an empty jar, Kat is kidnapped after a Tenga destroys the force field generator and taken back to be turned evil once more, can the Ranger’s friend overcome her former mistress and take back the Pink Power Coin?


137 :03×25 – Rita’s Pita

First aired: Nov/11/1995
Writer: Jackie Marchand
Director: Terrence H. Winkless

Rita’s new monster, hijacks Tommy’s body and causes him to eat an unhealthy ammount of fast food.


138 :03×26 – Another Brick in the Wall

First aired: Nov/13/1995
Writer: Mark Hoffmeier
Director: Terrence H. Winkless

Katherine helps out with an effort from the city to restore a disused homeless shelter. Whilst a vengeful Rita unleashes the Brick Bully to destroy the Rangers and disrupt the effort


139 :03×27 – A Chimp in Charge

First aired: Nov/18/1995
Writer: Douglas Sloan
Director: Terrence H. Winkless

Katherine attempts to teach a monkey named Kelly sign language in order to communicate, Lord Zedd and Rita transform Kelly into the Sinister Simian, forcing the Pink Ranger and the others to fight it.


140 :03×28 – Master Vile and the Metallic Armor (1)

First aired: Nov/20/1995
Writer: Mark Litton
Director: Robert Radler

The Rangers are out riding horses when a devastating thunder storm signals the arrival of Rita and Rito’s sire Master Vile, who uses special bird seed to increase the Tenga’s fighting abilities, making them more formidable. To combat the stronger Tengas, Zordon provides the Rangers with the “Metallic Armour”, a version of their present costumes that can withstand the Tengas fortitude.

Meanwhile, Master Vile reveals his intention to use the energy draining Globber monster to render the Rangers helpless and harness the power of the ancient and immensely powerful Zeo Crystal


141 :03×29 – Master Vile and the Metallic Armor (2)

First aired: Nov/21/1995
Writer: Mark Litton
Director: Robert Radler

Master Vile’s destructive Globber creature continues to wreck havoc on Angel Grove as the Rangers use the power of the remote controlled NinjaZords and their Shogunzords against him. Tommy ventures into the heart of the moon to recover the powerful Zeo Crystal, where he is plagued by nightmares of his teamates and his time as the evil Green Ranger. Katherine makes a daring and dangerous decision in a bid to rescue Ninjor and recover The Falconzord, but with the Globber’s power, will both be enough to save the earth?


142 :03×30 – Master Vile and the Metallic Armor (3)

First aired: Nov/22/1995
Writer: Mark Litton
Director: Robert Radler
Guest star: Michael Sorich (Squatt), Richard Steven Horvitz (Alpha 5)

Master Vile, Zedd, Rita, Rito, and Goldar have secured the Earth and celebrate with a party in Angel Grove. The helpless Rangers, their Zords and the Zeo Crystal trapped on Master Vile’s home planet, decide to venture towards the hostile galaxy to recover it and restore their energies. But if they return to Earth, will the Globber remain a formidable obstacle, or will Master Vile himself test his powers against the teens and their metallic Armour?


143 :03×31 – I’m Dreaming of a White Ranger

First aired: Nov/23/1995
Writer: Ron Milbauer, Terri Hughes Burton
Director: Douglas Sloan
Guest star: Richard Steven Horvitz (Alpha 5), Wendee Lee (Elf #2)

The Rangers, without their ability to morph or use weapons, must liberate Santa’s grotto from Lord Zedd’s forces when their adversary schemes to distribute a weapon to every child on Earth that will render them evil


144 :03×32 – The Sound of Dischordia

First aired: Nov/25/1995
Writer: Stewart St. John
Director: Marco Garibaldi
Guest star: Richard Steven Horvitz (Alpha 5)

Master Vile calls on an old friend, Dischordia, to disrupt the Rangers with her ability to send them into a chaotic dance routine. Katherine and Aisha attempt a duet for the Angel Grove anthem competition.


145 :03×33 – Rangers in Reverse

First aired: Nov/27/1995
Writer: Douglas Sloan
Director: Marco Garibaldi
Guest star: Richard Steven Horvitz (Alpha 5)

While the Rangers take Kat to a theme park for her birthday, Masterr Vile uses the Orb of Doom to cause the Earth to rotate backwards. This leaves the Rangers powerless and turned into children.


146 :03×34 – Alien Rangers of Aquitar (1)

First aired: Feb/05/1996
Writer: Shuki Levy, Shell Danielson
Director: Vickie Bronaugh
Guest star: Richard Steven Horvitz (Alpha 5)

With the world under attack and Angel Grove the first target of the gigantic Zedd, Rita, Rito, and Goldar. Zordon transports the helpless, repressed Rangers to the Command Center, where he announces his intention to call on the Alien Rangers of Aquitar to help secure the Earth until the Earth can be restored and the Rangers can return to their original ages…


147 :03×35 – Alien Rangers of Aquitar (2)

First aired: Feb/06/1996
Writer: Shuki Levy, Shell Danielson
Director: Vickie Bronaugh

The Aquitian Rangers and their Battleborgs engage a legion of monsters from Master Vile’s home galaxy in battle


148 :03×36 – Climb Every Fountain

First aired: Feb/07/1996
Writer: Douglas Sloan
Director: Larry Kent Litton

Billy uses the original power coins to power a device that will restore the Rangers to their natural ages, but Rito and Goldar are quick to capitalize, leading to both a small victory and a crushing defeat for the Rangers.


149 :03×37 – The Alien Trap

First aired: Feb/08/1996
Writer: Stewart St. John
Director: Larry Kent Litton

Billy attempts to give the weakening Aquitian Rangers a permanent resource on Earth by using a new Hydro-Atmospheric generator to convert a fountain in Angel Grove to adapt the effects of water found on Aquitar but Lord Zedd and Rita deploy the Barbaric Brothers to contaminate the fountain, and activate a forcefield that traps the Rangers within it…


150 :03×38 – Attack of the 60′ Bulk

First aired: Feb/10/1996
Writer: Gilles Wheeler
Director: Paul Schrier

Bulk is transformed into a monster and battles the Aquitians at the water park, Zordon and Alpha make a breakthrough in attempts to restore the Rangers’ powers and to revert time back to its’ present stance, Lord Zedd and Rita find a means of entering the Command Centre.


151 :03×39 – Water You Thinking?

First aired: Feb/12/1996
Writer: Jackie Marchand
Director: Paul Schrier

The young Rangers begin their quests for the Zeo Crystal, traveling through time to various locations. As Rocky braves a volcano with the aid of a young native called Pablo, The Aquitians attempt to rehydrate an ailing Cestro


152 :03×40 – Along Came a Spider

First aired: Feb/13/1996
Writer: Charlotte Fullerton, Steven Melching
Director: Robert Radler

Adam attempts to recover his segment of the Zeo Crystal, and meets an irritable and cryptic elderly man who attempts to obstruct his quest. Meanwhile, Zedd and Rita summon another monstrous threat to battle the Aquitians.


153 :03×41 – Sowing the Seas of Evil

First aired: Feb/14/1996
Director: Robert Radler

Rita and Lord Zedd make preperations to bring the Aquitian Rangers’ arch enemy, The Hydro Hog, to Earth, meanwhile Tommy and Katherines’ individual quests for their Zeo Crystal sub-segments lead them on journeys of self discovery and to test their resolve and courage


154 :03×42 – Hogday Afternoon (1)

First aired: Feb/15/1996
Writer: Shell Danielson, Shuki Levy
Director: Isaac Florentine

Aisha arrives in Africa to search for her peice of the Zeo Crystal, while Rito and Goldar finally reach their destination of the Command Center, after days of attempts, only to accidently trigger the explosives’ deadly countdown. Also, the Aquitians face the arriving Hydro Hog.


155 :03×43 – Hogday Afternoon (2)

First aired: Feb/17/1996
Writer: Shell Danielson, Shuki Levy
Director: Isaac Florentine
Guest star: Richard Steven Horvitz (Alpha 5)

Tanya makes a bold decision when Aisha decides on what to do to help the village with their plauge problems, the Aquitian Rangers recover from their deydration and fight back in earnest against The Hydro Hog, Rita and Lord Zedd carry out their plot to destroy The Command Center