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(1996–1997)

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The first Power Rangers series to have wrist-mounted morphers.
"Zeo" originally was to stand for "Zordon of Eltar's Odyssey", in reference to the Power Rangers' alien mentor. It was changed to just an alien term for a power crystal, which was introduced in the latter part of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (1993).
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Both versions of Dischordia (first version from Kakuranger never used in the U.S.) are visible in Gasket's Machine Arena during King for a Day, as two separate characters.
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Former story editor of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (1993), Power Rangers Zeo, first half of Power Rangers Turbo (1997), and current producer of Power Rangers Ninja Storm (2003) and Power Rangers DinoThunder (2004) Douglas Sloan provided the voice of Prince Gasket.
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It's the first Power Rangers series to have its Japanese footage feature a female Yellow Ranger (whereas Kyôryû sentai Jûrenjâ (1992), the Super Sentai show for Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (1993) had a male Yellow Ranger).
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It's the first Power Rangers series in which a Ranger from a previous team (Jason Lee Scott, the first Red Ranger from Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers and the Gold Ranger in Power Rangers Zeo) joins to the team with his successor (Rocky DeSantos, the second Red Ranger from Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers and the Blue Zeo Ranger in Power Rangers Zeo).
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The first Power Rangers series to use the annual Super Sentai tradition of starting a new "named" series/season each Spring.
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This was the only series that featured a former ranger receiving their own opening credit during another series (i.e. David Yost as "Billy" and Austin St. John as "Jason").
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Spoilers 

The trivia items below may give away important plot points.

It's the last Power Rangers series to use the main morphing call "It's Morphin Time!" (though the phrase was used in Power Rangers in Space (1998) by Adam, in Power Rangers Wild Force (2002) by Jason and Tommy, and again by Adam in Power Rangers Operation Overdrive (2007), though these were just guest appearances).
The Gold Ranger was originally intended to be Ryan Steele, the protagonist of V.R. Troopers (1994), with Saban going so far as to have actor Brad Hawkins voice the morphed Gold Ranger. The idea of Billy becoming the Gold Ranger was also floated, but eventually an entirely new character (Trey of Triforia) was created before the powers were passed on to Jason.

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