Our 14th commentary counting down to the 25th Anniversary of Power Rangers takes us to the distant future of 2025, where aliens and humans live on earth together, and the galaxy is protected by Space Patrol Delta. In “Perspective,” the Rangers manage to stop a thief, but cannot agree on exactly how they managed to accomplish the task.
In the 13th commentary counting down to the 25th Anniversary of Power Rangers, we see the return to a dinosaur theme, and the return of Tommy, in Power Rangers Dino Thunder! In the episode, “Drawn into Danger,” 4 of the 5 Rangers end up trapped inside a comic book, and only the White Ranger can save them!
It had to happen eventually. We have reached the end of the 80s. In this episode, we finish things off with the introduction of a new network, and by witnessing the debut of such shows as Perfect Strangers, Married…with Children, The Wonder Years, and Full House. Join me for one last jaunt down memory lane…until the 90s that is. Bwahahaha!
Power Rangers Wild Force was the 10th Anniversary season of Power Rangers. To celebrate, they had a special episode called “Forever Red,” which reunited almost all of the Red Rangers in a mission to stop the evil Machine Empire once and for all. For our 11th commentary counting down to the 25th Anniversary, we’ll be watching this special in all of it’s 4:3, Standard Def glory!
For our 10th commentary counting down to the 25th Anniversary of Power Rangers, we look at an episode from Power Rangers Time Force: The Quantum Quest. This one involves some free automobile advertising, a very explosive monster, and the debut of one of most popular Power Rangers!
For the 9th commentary in our countdown to the 25th Anniversary of Power Rangers, we look at an episode from Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue: Yesterday Again. This one involves time travel, some brutal looking stunt fighting, and the death of the Power Rangers!
After a some technical issues, episode 7 is finally here! Continuing our look at Primetime TV in the 1980s, we actually take a look at some of the shows on the episode image. This time out we look at the primetime schedules from Fall of 1981 to Spring 1986. Make sure you listen all the way to the end…
Also, special shout-out to Mrs. Geekcast for getting the kids out of the house so I could re-record the episode.