Power Rangers Megaforce

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Other mistake: If you look closely at the army of Rangers in the opening credits, you can see four versions of Tommy Oliver: Green Ranger, White Ranger, Zeo Ranger Red, Black Dino Ranger. Even though he had a single clone made, he can't be four variations at the same time.

Man and Machine - S1-E10

Continuity mistake: When the mother and father are frozen in the park, the dad is holding a napkin up near his chin; but in the subsequent shots his hand is on his lap.

Last Laugh - S1-E12

Continuity mistake: When Gia is pulled into the urn she is in her civilian clothes, but when the urn is destroyed, she comes out in her ranger uniform.

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Mega Mission - S1-E1

Trivia: Gosei says to the rangers,"My mentor, Zordon, placed me here to be guardian of this planet." Zordon was the mentor for the original rangers to the first half of Turbo and was killed in the finale of In Space.

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Trivia: This version of the show is almost identical to season 1 of MMPR. The characters have the same personalities and traits as their MMPR color counterparts (red is a skilled fighter, black is athletic, blue is a genius, yellow is no-nonsense and pink is sweet/innocent), they say "It's morphin' time" as they pull out morphing devices from behind their backs, the mentor is a talking head, the robot assistant is a bit bumbling but helpful, the Loogies are nothing more than green Putties and a man named Ernie runs the snack stand.

Mega Mission - S1-E1

Trivia: The last scene where the Rangers decide to make this their mission has the exact dialogue from the original pilot episode from 1993, right down to the pink ranger teasing she wasn't going to accept the position before saying "joking!"

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Narrator: Our world was once a safe and happy place until evil aliens arrived with one plan: to destroy Earth. Gosei, Earth's ancient guardian, awoke and called on a new team of teenagers to fight off this new threat. They are the Power Rangers Megaforce.


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Question: At what point did someone decide that the rangers should always be in the same civilian clothes? In the early years of the franchise the characters wore different outfits but now they are always dressed in the same things every episode.


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