Built for SpeedEdit
Members of Adam's 1950s stunt show take their characters too seriously, and the rival "gangs" of leather-jacket-clad teens prepare to have a drag race at Angel Grove Bluff. If that wasn't bad enough, Divatox keeps the Rangers running ragged as they face a Demon Racer monster (and when he's defeated, his spare replacement), and unknown to the drag racers, places a detonator in their vintage car's fuzzy dice! Meanwhile, the Bulk & Skull Chimps stowaway in the drag racing cars in an effort to be at the scene of trouble when the Rangers arrive, in the hopes they'll turn them back to humans.
The Trouble with ShellshockEdit
While Rita naps, Baboo & Squatt take charge by making their own monster, the stoplight-equipped turtle called Shellshock. The monster wreaks more havoc by accident than on purpose, but still proves to be a major problem, especially for the Ranger teens' friendly game of basketball. Can the six Rangers succeed in their first battle on the same side?
Kimberly tries to help her cousin Kelly make it on the Angel Grove Junior High cheerleading squad. Rita has Baboo & Squatt kidnap the girl to make her into her very own cheerleader, while she sends down the invulnerable Lizzinator!
Kim & Trini get the task of being "big sisters" to a mischievous little girl named Maria. Rita kidnaps the bratty child, with intent of using her to open a magic trunk filled with Power Eggs. The Rangers end up facing the Chunky Chicken monster to save the annoying girl. All of this, plus, Billy unveils his specially modified VW Beetle, known as the RADBUG.
Kimberly wakes up on the wrong side of the bed, begins to have an extremely bad day. It turns to worse when Rita sends the Samurai Fanman down to Earth. He traps the bad haired, ratted clothed, annoyed Kim inside an urn, connected to another dimension. The Power Rangers race against the clock to free her before she's lost inside it forever.