Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers

A Friend in Need (3) - S3-E3

Plot hole: Somehow Bulk and Skull know that the Rangers use the phrase "It's Morphin' time" and also reach behind their belts. They're not supposed to know this, unless they know the Rangers' identities (which of course they don't know despite their "efforts").

Master Vile and the Metallic Armor (3) - S3-E30

Plot hole: In this episode Globbor's energy is drained when Alpha stops the Solar Eclipse, and his Energy drains in the sunlight and severed the physical link between him and Ninjor. This is strange because in the previous episode Globbor had no trouble fighting in the sunlight, and the link stayed intact in the sunlight.

Rangers in Reverse - S3-E33

Plot hole: The whole "reverse time" thing is messed up. Master Vile claims that everyone has been changed back to children. So where would the adults we see for the remainder of the series come from? The Rangers are all about 20, and they're turned back into about 10 year lords. Why is Lt. Stone turned back approximately 30 years, into a 10 year old? It can't be that the reversal was different for each person, as Master Vile claims everyone is a child again. Very confusing.

Stop the Hate Master (1) - S3-E12

Continuity mistake: Bulk has stepped on Skull's hand. We see a close-up of Bulk's foot on Skull's hand. When we cut to a wide shot of Bulk and Skull, Bulk's foot is no longer on Skull's hand, yet Skull is still squirming like his hand is trapped - as evident by Skull pulling his hand to get it free, and holding it when Bulk walks away.

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The Green Candle (2) - S1-E35

Trivia: Jason David Frank, who played Tommy, left the show in the episode because his powers had been stolen by the Green Candle. However, he had become the most popular member of the Power Team, despite the original plan being just to temporarily have him on the show. Saban received large amounts of letters daily requesting Frank be brought back. The company eventually gave in and brought Frank back in the episode "Return of an Old Friend." He was returned to Green Ranger status in part 2.

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Answer: Probably to save on costs of filming the same scene. In the reused shots they have always morphed so you can't see the actors. They just have to pay them to do voice-overs rather than the entire scene.

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