Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers

Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (1993)

19 mistakes in season 6

Season 6 generally

Revealing mistake: We can see Ecliptor's zipper from behind - slightly revealing on Saban's part, considering Ecliptor is supposed to be an evil monster henchman of Astromena's.

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The Wasp with a Heart - S6-E10

Continuity mistake: The Wasp Monster literally scares Bulk, Skull, and the Professor out of their pants when they are found by the Wasp Monster. After they have run away from the WM, their pants are nowhere to be seen.

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Carlos on Call - S6-E32

Continuity mistake: Throughout the series, the Rangers' morphing has been instantaneous. Anyone who has ever been in a photobooth will know that they take a good minute or so to get through all 4 photos (which is what Sophie picks up) - it has never taken Carlos, or any Ranger, that long to morph.

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Season 6 generally

Plot hole: For the past 5 series, Bulk and Skull have been in every episode. They've seen villains from other galaxies (Lord Zedd, Rita Repulsa, The Machine Empire, and Divatox) who have all sent monsters to Angel Grove and threatened Bulk and Skull on countless occasions. They've even been turned into monkeys and made invisible by space creatures. Why do they feel the need to spend Series 6 seeing if alien life exists? Surely 5 series worth of aliens is enough proof?

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Countdown to Destruction (2) - S6-E43

Continuity mistake: Astronema throws Andross into some mesh panelling, and the corner pops out of the frame. In the next shot, it is back in the frame.

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Grandma Matchmaker - S6-E13

Audio problem: Grandma's words don't match her mouth, especially when asking Ashley and Carlos what soda they want.

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Grandma Matchmaker - S6-E13

Continuity mistake: The police car the Grandmother steals changes - its colours, position of sirens, license plate, and the inclusion of Japanese writing on the side change back and forth as the episode goes on.

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Dark Specter's Revenge (2) - S6-E30

Continuity mistake: The Professor walks in front of the Rangers, threatening the Monster. In the very next shot, he is behind the Rangers again.

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The Rangers' Mega Voyage (2) - S6-E17

Continuity mistake: The Astro Delta Megazord is knocked to the ground, and slides past the buildings. In one shot, the Delta Armouring disappears - it reappears again in the next shot.

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Never Stop Searching - S6-E5

Continuity mistake: Bulk throws a watermelon in the air. When it lands on his head, its texture changes from darker to lighter, and the "watermelon lines" aren't as visible - this couldn't have been caused by the watermelon splitting, as half of it stayed on Bulk's head.

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From Out of Nowhere (2) - S6-E2

Plot hole: Andros leaves the Shuttle on the remote planet, then later returns. Not long after the Astro Megaship lands, it is attacked - the Rangers quickly retreat and take off. The Rangers could not have formed the Astro Megazord later on in the episode, as they left the Space Shuttle on the remote planet (the Shuttle serves as the head of the Astro Megazord).

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From Out of Nowhere (1) - S6-E1

Continuity mistake: In "Chase Into Space part 2", the Rangers and Alpha were covered in dirt, and their clothes were ripped and torn. While their clothes are still slightly ripped and torn, they are now completely clean of any dirt.

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The Rangers' Leap of Faith (2) - S6-E28

Continuity mistake: When the Astro Megaship enters the Jungle Planet's atmosphere, there is a strong thunderstorm going on. However, when they land, seconds later, there is a clear blue sky, and no sign of a thunderstorm.

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The Barillian Sting - S6-E14

Continuity mistake: Andross shoots down a Barillian bug from behind a tree, and his Galaxy Glider is behind him. When he runs into the field to meet TJ, his Galaxy Glider is now in the open field, with there being no evidence of it moving, or being moved.

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Dark Specter's Revenge (1) - S6-E29

Factual error: Bulk, Skull, and the Professor try to get in a Apollo Saturn V rocket to escape Earth. They head up the tower, and are seen getting into the ship via the thin pillar at the top - this pillar was used in case there was an emergency early on in the launch. Astronauts got into the ship in the Command Module, which was slightly lower down.

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The Delta Discovery - S6-E11

Continuity mistake: Piranatrons have always been small and weak - their appearance hadn't changed for 2 series and a film. Yet when Quadtrons and Piranatrons are fighting the Phantom Ranger, the Piranatrons are noticeably taller and larger than normal, when standing behind Divatox. Divatox has ALWAYS been bigger and taller than Piranatrons.

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The Craterite Invasion - S6-E9

Continuity mistake: The entire episode, the Astro Megaship is shown orbiting the Earth, yet a few minutes after the Craterites appear, they are parachuting out of the Astro Megaships. Not only were they not shown to have grabbed parachutes when jumping out, but the Megaship wasn't even in the Earth's atmosphere.

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True Blue to the Rescue - S6-E18

Visible crew/equipment: When the Piranatrons are hanging off Stormblaster (a jeep), a driver wearing all black can be seen driving it. A Stormblaster is supposed to be able to control itself.

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Save Our Ship (1) - S6-E3

Factual error: Ashley tells Andross she will teach him how to play pool, yet they are playing snooker. They are even using snooker balls.

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