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I'd just like to say that the first time saw this (Which wasn't even on its debut) I thought this would be worse than Turbo... fortunately, they run these shows in reruns.
Not only was I wrong about the quality, but I was also wrong about the story.
It was actually good to see one of the first Power Rangers series where the teammates had to work to trust each other, and I'll say this about the second battle: they seemed a little repetitive until the Q-Rex was introduced.
The team-up episode was a little rushed, but the final episodes were an incredible watch.
All in all, it was pretty good, but not that good.
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