Krybots attack a depository and the Rangers foil the robbery. With the surveillance system down, Cruger asks them what happened, and each Ranger tells his/her own version of the events, which don't quite match up.
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Composer Bruce Lynch employs some clever scoring to differentiate the Rangers in each of their stories about their recent battle, with each represented by a different instrument and musical style. Jack is backed by electric guitar against 1970s jazz funk, reminiscent of Isaac Hayes's score for Shaft. Sky is backed by harmonica in what might loosely be called a cowboy style. Bridge is backed with a triangle in a Henry Mancini/Pink Panther-like swaggering jazz band setting. Z is represented by Spanish guitar in a studio orchestra for a slightly Latin flavor. Syd is flat-out represented by celesta in what is unquestionably "The Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy" from "The Nutcracker" by Tchaikovsky. See more
[hacking his way through Krybots
Okay, that's 5, 7, 8... Uh... Whoa, wait, did I miss one? Uh, okay, wait. I'll just start over. I, 2...