Power Rangers Turbo (1997–1998)
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Parts and Parcel 

Bulk and Skull are blamed for the thefts of several mechanical parts from the "Super Duper Fast Delivery" service they've begun working for. TJ attempts to help prove their innocence, since... See full summary »

Director:

Liberty Goldman

Writers:

John Fletcher, Shotaro Ishinomori (characters) (as Shôtarô Ishinomori)

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Tracy Lynn Cruz ... Ashley Hammond / Yellow Turbo Ranger II
Blake Foster ... Justin Stewart / Blue Turbo Ranger
Patricia Ja Lee ... Cassie Chan / Pink Turbo Ranger II
Roger Velasco ... Carlos Valerte / Green Turbo Ranger II
Selwyn Ward ... T.J. Johnson / Red Turbo Ranger II
Hilary Shepard ... Divatox (as Hilary Shepard Turner)
Jason Narvy ... Eugene 'Skull' Skullovitch
Paul Schrier ... Farkas 'Bulk' Bulkmeier
Gregg Bullock ... Lt. Jerome Stone
Donene Kistler Donene Kistler ... Alpha 6
Carol Hoyt ... Dimitria (credit only)
Kenny Graceson Kenny Graceson ... Elgar
Ed Neil ... Rygog / Piranhatron
Katerina Luciani Katerina Luciani ... Alpha 6 (voice)
Dave Walsh ... Blue Senturion (voice) (as David Walsh)
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Storyline

Bulk and Skull are blamed for the thefts of several mechanical parts from the "Super Duper Fast Delivery" service they've begun working for. TJ attempts to help prove their innocence, since the parts are actually being stole by Piranahtrons to aid in the repairing of the Evil Zords. Speaking of which, the third and final one, Rygog's Catzord, is unveiled, as all three of the Evil Zords are reunited on Earth to battle against the Rescue Megazord, Turbo Megazord, and Robo Racer, for one last big battle! Written by Anonymous

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Certificate:

TV-Y7-FV
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Trivia

Despite the fact that is the first job Bulk and Skull fail to get fired from, they're never seen working for the Super Duper Fast Delivery service again. This episode also marks the end of their "find permanent employment" story-line, which began in "Power Rangers Turbo: The Wheel of Fate (1997)". See more »

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Release Date:

18 November 1997 (USA) See more »

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