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This article is about a/an episode in Power Rangers Zeo, the second installment in the Zordon Era.


A Few Bad Seeds is the eleventh episode of Power Rangers Zeo.

Synopsis

The Rangers attend herbology class. Rocky makes the mistake of using experimental seeds, resulting in a metal-eating plant. Skull steals part of it for his own project. King Mondo takes them and turns them into monsters. Rocky is sprayed by their pollen, which causes him to turn into a goofy plant-human hybrid.

Plot

The Rangers attend herbology class. Rocky makes the mistake of using experimental seeds, resulting in a metal-eating plant. Skull steals part of it for his own project. King Mondo takes them and turns them into monsters. Rocky is sprayed by their pollen, which causes him to turn into a goofy plant-human hybrid.

Cast

Notes

  • David Yost (Billy) doesn't appear in this episode.
    • This episode marks the first time Billy doesn't appear in an episode.
  • Both Pollenator and Adrian don't appear in American footage as their suits were wrecked beyond repair during filming of the original Ohranger episode.
  • Pollenator and Adrian were ordinary plant monsters in this episode, but were robot/plant hybrids in Ohranger.
  • First and only time the Rangers are able to destroy a monster with their Advanced Zeo Laser Pistols.
  • Unusually for Power Rangers, this episode includes some mild sexual innuendo. Rocky, while transforming into a plant, tells Kat she has "nice leaves" and "[her] branches aren't bad, either!" At a guess, he was complimenting her hair and arms.
  • Rocky morphs a total of four times, more than any other episode up to this point.
  • After Adam suggests that Rocky take a sample of his metal-eating plant to Alpha, Rocky pretends to think of it himself. Similar things have happened in the Looney Tunes episode Duck Dodgers In The 24th and a Half Century (1953) and in Disney's The Lion King (1994).
  • As Pollenator falls, he shouts "I coulda been a contender!", a reference to the movie On the Waterfront (1954).

Songs

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