Orchestral Maneuvers in the ParkEdit
- There's going to be a jazz concert at the Youth Center! Curtis wants to play his & Zack's uncle's famous trumpet. It ends up getting stolen and turned into the Trumpet Top monster. His musical blasts cause the Power Rangers to hallucinate, making them think they're fighting monsters they've already defeated.
The Robot RangerEdit
- Justin begins to notice something strange going on with his teammates: Ashley's got wires in her wrist and Carlos' face can come off. This leads him to suspect that they've been replaced by robots! But if so, why can they Morph, and why are they helping to fight Divatox's Flash Head and Voltmeister monsters? What's the truth behind this odd occurrence? And how long before Justin ends up the only one left? Meanwhile, Bulk & Skull take jobs as tennis instructors.
Invasion of the Ranger SnatchersEdit
- Rocky's instant stardom, going from extra to sidekick on the set of the b-movie/sci-fi flick, "The Invasion Of Blueface", leads to Prince Sprocket wanting to shoot a movie of his own, "Invasion of the Ranger Snatchers." He traps the Zeo Rangers inside a movie dimension where anything the director says, goes! They'll have to fight against the script, and a gang-full of monsters, to change the movie as it occurs around them.
Wheels of DestructionEdit
- When Vypra uses her Vyprari vehicle against the Rangers, doing damage to their Rescue Rover, it's up to Ms. Fairweather to come up with a new weapon for them to use against her. But Joel is misled into believing she's making him something especially. How will he take it when he discovers it's a gift for the whole team? And will these new Lightspeed Cycles be enough to put a stop to the Vyprari?
- Morgana recruits a washed-up alien magician named Mysticon, giving him a magic wand, the abilities of which make him, and his dinosauric pal Al, capable of committing numerous thefts. In exchange for this power, Mysticon puts on a magic show, in an effort to attempt to capture a leading microbiologist to aid Gruumm in his ultimate scheme, and ends up also putting would-be assistant Syd under a spell! Meanwhile, Doggie's favoritism of Omega Ranger over the others begins to get on the nerves of the B-Squad.
Reflections of EvilEdit
- The Miracon mutant traps the Rangers in a series of mirror dimensions, which each include a mutant guardian, most of which they've already captured! Can our heroes break out without getting seven years bad luck?
The Chameliac WarriorEdit
- Chameliac, a monster with a computerized memory, learns all of the Lost Galaxy Rangers', and Magna Defender's, battle skills and moves, using them successfully against the team.
The Great EvilyzerEdit
- Professor Phenomenus creates a device which can give anything an attitude, for good or for evil. While he, Bulk, & Skull are chased across the city by a toy car they turned evil, Astronema steals it, and utilizes the "evil" function to turn the Delta Megazord against the Rangers! If that's not bad enough, they've got and it's the illusionary monsters to deal with Destructipede.
The Wild WipeoutEdit
- After suffering a wipeout on her surfboard, Tori is sent by the evil Butterfly-like monster called Goldwinger to a pocket dimension where everything seems to be opposite of her own reality. Her Ranger teammates are evil, the aliens are good, Kapri & Marah are hippies, Zurgane & Choobo are punk-Kelly's stockboys, and Lothor is the do-good Mayor of Blue Bay Harbour! Whose side should she be rooting for now? Can she get back to her own dimension safely, if at all?
The Poe and the PendulumEdit
- The Ghost of Edgar Allan Poe, the long-deceased horror poet author, comes to Hillhurst seeking inspiration. Meanwhile, Nukus has Les draw up the Mole Monster to steal Edgar's latest book.
Monsters with Black NarcissusEdit
K.N.D. Operatives, Lincoln and his Nine Sisters, Bratz Babyz, Nita and Nora, Sam, Clover, Alex, Britney, Blythe and Star Butterfly vs. Summer Monsters at the BeachEdit
- Monsters featured in this summer episode: Salaguana, Fighting Flea, Soccadillo, Rhinoblaster, Mantis, Stag Beetle, Slippery Shark, Voltmeister, Leaky Faucet, Steambot, Pumpkin Sorcerer, Traffic Kitty, Gold-Beaked Monster, Al, Redeye, Ironspike, Angelcon, Radster, Ruptor, Trencher, Rykon, Quakemaker, Powerdriller, Fearog, Clawhammer, Sting King, Behemoth, Blue Face, Mad Magnet, Copybot, Terramole, Amphibidor, Florabundacus, Snipster, Toxipod, Bopp-A-Roo, General Trayf, Madtropolis, Hip Hopper, Skyscrapper, Tentacreep, Magic Mustache, Mr. Ratwell, Footzilla, and Slob Goblin.