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The fabled former Green Ranger has become a paleontology professor, and serves as a mentor-like figure at first before morphin once again. And all five actors playing the core Rangers are of Australian or New Zealand descent for the first time.
Unfortunately, he doesn't appear to be dating either former Pink Ranger Kimberly or Kat, though (sorry shippers! Luke: The Rangers split their time between defending the world and trying to pass Driver's Ed. Ultimately the bad guys are defeated because they don't know how to drive stick.
This was the first season filmed in New Zealand, where the show is still made today. This season has no less than 14 Power Rangers, divided into an A-Squad and B-Squad.
In another format change, this season begins with a team of just three Rangers before eventually growing to include three more. The A group disappears, so we spend most of the time with the B-Squad as they protect the Earth from the Troobian Empire and investigate what became of their higher-ranked colleagues.
"Now, despite the fact that this was a non-union television series and I was paid peanuts and almost died a few times because of the makeshift low-budget stunts we performed, I am forever grateful.
Truly."And if that's not the most casual revelation of a near-death experience, we don't know what is.
Mike: Oh man, you're only one season off with that guess! This series takes place in 2025, where humans now live and work together with alien species like in Mass Effect.
The actress went on to explain that one of the things she's most grateful for regarding her time as Kimberly Hart is the positive influence she had on young girls, as well as the lasting impact the character has had."My time as the Pink Ranger not only became the training ground for my future career as a working actress but also, without even knowing it at the time, a way to inspire thousands of little girls to believe that they can be as badass as little boys," she added."That, in itself, is priceless."There are a lifetime of amazing memories packed into the 152 episodes and two films I did as Kimberly Hart, your original Pink Ranger.
It's taken me years to fully embrace what that means and discover the impact she had.", and finished up by congratulating Saban on reinventing the characters."I must say I'm quite excited for this new generation and the opportunity you've given them," she wrote, before jokingly adding that she's available for casting in any of the franchise's recently-announced five sequels."I believe I would make a wonderful villain," she said. "No more near-death experiences on this movie set then.
Mike: Yep, if a 16-year-old were actually given the keys to a giant Tyrannosaurus Rex, we should all run!
Are they even legally allowed behind the wheel of those giant robots?