A carnivorous plant threatens the city, and Cam chafes at always being kept at Ops.

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(teleplay), (Japanese series originated by) (as Saburo Hatte)

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Hunter Bradley / Crimson Thunder Ranger (credit only)
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Blake Bradley / Navy Thunder Ranger (as Jorgito Vargas Jr.) (credit only)
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Katrina Browne ...
Kapri
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Kelly Halloway (credit only)
John Leigh ...
Peter Rowley ...
Zurgane (voice)
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Choobo (voice)
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Florabundacus (voice)
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The Rangers have reason to believe that Lothor is up to something when they spot Calzaks planting weird, smelly seeds in the city park. Sensei sends them to botanist Dr. Belrab for more information, much to the chagrin of Cam. Frustrated with always having to stay at Ninja Ops, he takes it upon himself to visit Dr. Belrab, much to the surprise of the Rangers. Shane decides to follow Cam as he leaves to make sure he doesn't get into trouble while Tori and Dustin visit the botanist and are captured. Soon under attack by Calzaks, Shane is stunned to discover that Cam can defend himself very well. Despite this, Sensei expresses his disapproval and explains his concern to his son, adding that he will never let Cam be a Power Ranger because of a promise he made long ago. As Tori and Dustin work to free themselves and Dr. Belrab, they discover a lot more than they expected, with things taking a turn for the worse when their Ninja powers are no match for the malevolent vines that are growing ... Written by Anonymous

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TV-Y7-FV
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29 March 2003 (USA)  »

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Blake and Hunter do not appear in this episode. See more »

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It's obvious that when Tori and Dustin are bound by vines, the "vines" are so loose that they can easily "free" themselves. See more »

Quotes

Dr. Belrab: A terrible creature is growing a sudima plant in my basement.
Dustin: Okay. Go get help!
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