Description of Power Rangers Turbo episodes that were first released on FOX (Fox Kids) April 19, 1997 – November 24, 1997; ganre – action.
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“Shift Into Turbo, Part I”
After the events of Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie, the Rangers are graduating Angel Grove High. Justin offers a healed Rocky the Blue Turbo Ranger powers, so he can resume his life as a Power Ranger; however, Rocky chooses to end his career as Zeo Ranger III. In the meantime, Divatox has amassed an army to get revenge on the Rangers, having her subcraft take up residence in Angel Grove lake. She places a detonator in the Angel Grove Power Plant in order to take revenge on the Rangers and ruin their graduation. With the older Rangers busy with their graduation, Justin must face the problem alone.
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“Shift Into Turbo, Part II”
With Justin busy fighting Elgar, Divatox attacks Tanya, Adam, and Katherine. Meanwhile, Zordon and Alpha are keeping a secret from the Rangers.
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“Shift Into Turbo, Part III”
The results of Justin’s test are in, and as it turns out, he’s going to be starting high school due to being a genius. Zordon reveals that he and Alpha are returning to Eltar with Lerigot. Divatox begins trying to close the wormhole that is taking Zordon and Alpha home.
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Divatox sends the evil Chromite monster to Angel Grove with a detonator. When the Rangers try to stop him, he steals their morphing powers to create the Shadow Rangers. Tommy is forced to find a way to stop Chromite and track down his missing friends by himself.
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Visceron travels from the planet Inquiris to deliver some startling news to Dimitria. Divatox learns of this and captures him. She then turns him against the Rangers when he refuses to tell her his message.
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Trying to impress his aunt Divatox, Elgar decides to sabotage Justin’s box car race with a detonator he made himself. Meanwhile, Porto goes AWOL and attacks the city.
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“Built for Speed”
Some of Adam’s friends decide to settle an argument by drag racing. Divatox’s Demon Racer plants a detonator in one of their cars. The Rangers have to defeat the Demon Racer and stop the detonator before it blows.
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“Bicycle Built for the Blues”
It’s Justin’s birthday and Divatox has sent him a gift. The Rangers have to get Justin off his new bike before it explodes in 20 miles. If that was not bad enough, Divatox sends Big Burpa to distract them.
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“The Whole Lie”
During a volunteer car wash, Porto appears and plants a detonator. Justin spots him and the Mouthpiece monster attacks him and makes it so he can only tell lies. Meanwhile, Porto has made it so anytime one of the Rangers lie, a Pirahantron attacks.
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Divatox calls her ex-fiance Pharaoh to help defeat the Rangers. She has him place a detonator shaped like a pyramid at the Egyptian Exhibit. Adam mistakenly takes home Pharaoh’s staff, which turns any writing it comes close to into hieroglyphics. The Rangers have to defeat the Pharaoh and stop the detonator before it goes off, but Divatox puts a forcefield around it so they cannot touch it.
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“Weight and See”
Due to an insult from a rival ballet dancer, Kat is worried over her weight. Divatox sends Numbor to attack the Rangers, rendering Kat weightless.
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“Alarmed and Dangerous”
Divatox plants a detonator on a firetruck and has her Pirahantrons set off fire alarms all over the city. Meanwhile, Justin has his own problems with some bullies from school, and he almost gets caught teleporting.
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“The Millennium Message”
The Blue Senturion, an intergalactic law enforcement robot, arrives from the year 2000 with a message for Dimitria; Lord Zedd, Rita, The Machine Empire and Divatox will team up to destroy the universe. When Divatox learns of this message, she reprograms the Blue Senturion think the Rangers are evil.
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“A Drive to Win”
Divatox plants a detonator in the scoreboard at one of Adam’s soccer games. If Angel Grove scores 4 points, it will go off. She sends Electrovolt to distract the Rangers.
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Lt. Stone’s niece, Jenny, competes with Kat to get into London’s Royal Dance Academy. Divatox decides to plant a detonator at the competition, disguised as a cassette player, and sends Wolfgang Amadeus Griller to distract the Rangers.
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“Honey, I Shrunk the Rangers, Part I”
Divatox sends Shrinkasect to mess with the Blue Senturion’s hardware. The Shrinkasect monster shrinks the Rangers while Justin is trying to stop Bulk and Skulls car.
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“Honey, I Shrunk the Rangers, Part II”
The Rangers attempt to break out of Divatox’s submarine. Meanwhile, Justin tries to unshrink the Blue Senturion and find the detonator that Bulk and Skull have mistakenly taken.
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“Passing the Torch, Part I”
Divatox’s mother visits and tells her to capture Tommy and the rest of the Rangers will fall. When Kat and Tommy are attacked by Pirahantrons, TJ and Cassie come to help them. Meanwhile, the Flamite monster attacks Tanya, Justin and Adam while they set up their campsite.
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“Passing the Torch, Part II”
When Cassie and TJ successfully rescue Tommy from the Vortex of Eternal Doom and Sorrow, he goes to help the other Rangers defeat the Flamite monster. The Rangers must defeat the Flamite monster and choose their successors before the hourglass is empty.
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As the new team of Rangers get settled in, Divatox tricks Ashley into selling her design, which she casts a spell upon. Anyone who wears it becomes rude and grouchy. Things get worse when the Rangers and the Blue Senturion put the jackets on. Ashley has to get the jackets off her friends, and stop the Blue Senturion by herself.
(The start of 4 New Turbo Rangers & Justin continue on for the 2nd half of the season)
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“The Wheel of Fate”
Divatox sets her eyes on the two legendary cars: Lightning Cruiser and Storm Blaster. Justin gets kidnapped along with Storm Blaster. (Debut of the Turbo transport cars.)
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“Trouble by the Slice”
Divatox loses her memory and ends up working in a pizza parlor. Porto sends Mad Mike to distract the Rangers so they can get Divatox back.
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“The Phantom Phenomenon”
Despite having over $1,000,000 worth of treasure, Divatox considers herself broke; she has Elgar attack the Angel Grove bank and the gold mines. However, a Phantom Ranger arrives on earth to assist with fighting against Divatox.
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Decided that the Rangers “can’t protect what they can’t see”, Divatox sends the Translucitor to Angel Grove, where he begins turning everything invisible. Making matters worse, the Power Chamber has also fallen victim to Translucitor.
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“When Time Freezes Over”
When the Rangers stop Divatox from freezing the sun, she summons Clockster to rewind time so she can stop the Rangers from destroying the freeze key. Only this time, Clockster accidentally touches the freeze key and stops time.
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“The Darkest Day”
General Havoc, Divatox’s brother arrives on Earth to help his sister defeat the Rangers. He uses his own zord, Metallasaurus, to capture the Turbo Megazord.
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“One Last Hope”
Without the Turbo Megazord, the Rangers try and defend the city with everything they have left. The Phantom Ranger appears to deliver a new weapon to the Rangers.
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“The Fall of the Phantom”
Divatox captures Cassie. In order for the Rangers to get her back, they must trade the Phantom Ranger. The Phantom Ranger’s power ruby, the source of his energy, is stolen by Divatox.
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“Clash of the Megazords”
Divatox sends the Turbo Megazord to Earth to destroy the Rangers. Meanwhile, the Rangers are trying to bring down her space station.
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“The Robot Ranger”
Justin suspects his friends have been switched with robots. He sees wires in Ashley and TJ’s wrists, and Carlos’ face falls off. Divatox sends Flash Head and Voltmeister to Earth to attack the Rangers. In the end, Justin is revealed to be a robot as well; the rangers had duplicates of themselves built to assist Zordon on Eltar, and Justin’s copy suffered memory damage.
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“Beware the Third Wish”
Divatox sends the Wicked Wisher to Earth, where he steals 3 coins from a wishing fountain. He uses these coins to grant Divatox 3 wishes. One for Elgar to have a full head of hair, one to turn the Blue Senturion evil and the last coin goes missing on Earth. Divatox is left angry that Wicked Wisher cannot enchant any more coins.
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“The Gardener of Evil”
Divatox sends the Wild Weeder to Earth to find the third coin, where Weeder turns humans into Diva Drones to wound up every coin they find. Meanwhile, the Rangers are still trying to locate the coin to revert Blue Senturion to good. As luck would have it, Bulk and Skull have the coin, but it fries every machine they try putting it in.
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“Fire in Your Tank”
Divatox sets her sights on the Lightning Cruiser. Elgar steals the Rangers booster fuel by accident, and Divatox makes her own flying car instead.
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“The Turn of the Wretched Wrench”
Ashley is having trouble in auto-shop class. Divatox sends Maniac Mechanic to steal parts from Ashley’s car when it breaks down. Divatox decides to build her own monster car.
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“Spirit of the Woods”
TJ gets attacked by Lord Litter while jogging in the woods. When TJ cannot defeat the monster alone, a young boy, Erutan, comes to his rescue. Divatox then sets her sights on the young boy, wanting his powers over the elements for herself. TJ soon discovers Erutan’s name is backwards for what he really is…
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“The Song of Confusion”
Cassie and her friend Vicky hold auditions for their band at the juice bar. Divatox decides to send some monsters join the band and begins brainwashing people with her music.
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Divatox tries to make Carlos feel guilty when a player on his soccer team gets injured. Meanwhile, Elgar takes her not-yet-finished megazord to Earth.
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“Cassie’s Best Friend”
Mr. Goorific turns Cassie’s dog, Jetson, into a person. Cassie thinks her dog has gone missing. Jetson, calling himself Jethro, helps Cassie look for himself while enjoying things he couldn’t as a dog. Meanwhile, Elgar repairs his megazord.
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“The Curve Ball”
TJ is having trouble hitting a new kid’s curve balls. Divatox sends Strikeout to defeat the Rangers. TJ needs to find the secret to hitting curve balls in order to defeat the new monster.
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“Carlos and the Count”
Carlos and Justin watch a vampire horror movie. Per suggestion from Elgar (who is swatting annoying lunar bats), Divatox turns one into Count Nocturne; she sends him to earth, where he bits Carlos. The next day, Carlos is wearing black and sunglasses. Justin (as well as Bulk and Skull, who watched Carlos get bitten) suspects Carlos is now a vampire. The other Rangers don’t believe until they see Carlos lacks a reflection; they track him to the blood drive at the Youth Center and take him back to the Power Chamber, where Alpha 6 uses an antidote to restore Carlos’ sanity. However, Carlos cannot be fully cured until Count Nocturne is destroyed.
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“Little Strong Man”
Justin decides to try out for the high school track team. When an ant bites him, he becomes 100 times stronger than he should be. When Divatox finds out, she sends the Pirahantrons to capture him. The Rangers later discover that Justin’s new strength is a result of the bite affecting his potential for growth and his Turbo powers; as a trade-off for the enhanced strength, Justin cannot morph, so he has to choose to stay a Ranger or keep his strength.
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“The Rival Rangers”
Ashley tries to go to school dance with a boy Cassie likes. The boy ends up turning Ashley and Cassie against each other.
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“Parts and Parcel”
Bulk and Skull are in danger of being thrown in jail, because their new employer at a delivery company is blaming them for the recent theft of electronics. TJ offers his assistance to prove the goofballs’ innocence. It turns out that the thief is none-other than Divatox, who needed the parts to remote-control her three zords. When Bulk and Skull are about to be unfairly arrested, the morphed Rangers arrive and TJ explains the situation to the officer. An angry Bulk and Skull demand a big raise as an apology for the seriousness of their boss’s accusation.
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“Chase Into Space, Part I”
Divatox has summoned a powerful monster to Earth, Goldgoyle, which destroys both of the megazords. Dimitria and the Blue Senturion have left for Eltar to help Zordon. And Divatox has launched an attack on the Power Chamber.
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“Chase Into Space, Part II”
Divatox succeeds in destroying the Power Chamber, causing the Rangers to be stripped of their powers. Dark Specter sends his messenger to tell Divatox he has captured Zordon. Divatox then leaves Earth for the Cimmerian Planet. With the Rangers powerless, they take one of NASADA’s shuttles to Cimmerian Planet, leaving Justin behind, as he chooses to stay behind with his dad.
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