"This is the season that has the best use of a sliding scale of silliness vs seriousness, without giving the viewer a serious case of mood whiplash. IMHO, that is what makes everything so great. I love that they can be silly, but still make the kids watching feel smart.
Case in point, take my two favorite episodes of the season: Movie Madness and Time Force Traitor. The former turns the camp meter up to eleven, while the latter just takes the ball and goes running in the opposite direction. An"
Better Supporting Cast?
Ryuuya does seem to have the better story than Alex, but it's just tacked onto the end. Alex is more woven into the overall plot. And much like Wes and Eric, Mr. Collins is the same as his counterpart, but is also allowed to grow.
Winner: Power Rangers
Timeranger's main story tends to split off into individual character stories, while Time Force pushes half of the main cast back so that Red and Pink's stories are the main story. Yes, it's"
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“This seems to be everyone's go-to season for comparing Power Rangers to a prime time drama, like Smallville. Yes, it does have mature elements like death; but so did just about every other season in it's own way. In fact, one of my favorite episodes is "Movie Madness," which is one of the silliest episodes in the history of the franchise.
If anything, what this season does best is weave together the silly and serious stuff so well that you don't feel any mood whiplash. And that's why I love it so much. You'll have a two-parter that is filled with some of the most absurd things that you could think of, then immediately follow it up with a Ranger being stalked and brainwashed. But it works.
Sure, this season has it's flaws; what season doesn't? Especially one with a” read more