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Icon-zeo.pngThis article is about a/an episode in Power Rangers Zeo, the second season in the Zordon Era.

Another Song And Dance is the forty-sixth episode of Power Rangers Zeo.

Synopsis

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Plot

In need of help with his music class assignment, Tommy seeks voice lessons from Tanya. Queen Machina casts a spell on the pair, which forces them to sing operatically everything they try to say. Meanwhile, in order to assure his rightful place as ruler of the Machine Empire, Prince Gasket turns Det. Stone's "secret weapon", the Mechaterpillar (a lure he's using to teach Bulk and Skull the investigative virtues of fishing), into a monster, and launches a full-scale invasion on Angel Grove, which the Power Rangers must stop.

When Mechaterpillar is defeated, Tommy and Tanya are restored to normal, while King Mondo announces his return to the Machine Empire.

Cast

Songs

Errors

  • Rocky said that the singing spell was broken after Mechaterpillar was destroyed, but the monster had nothing to do with Queen Machina's spell.
  • When Adam morphs before using the Red Battlezord, triangles appear on his hands instead of rectangles. Triangles are associated with Rocky (Zeo Ranger 3, three sides), while rectangles are associated with Adam (Zeo Ranger 4, four sides).
  • The Red Battlezord is completely absent from the Zord holding bay.
  • Wolfbane is briefly seen in Mechaterpillar's destruction.

Notes

  • David Yost (Billy Cranston) does not appear in this episode.
  • King Mondo reappears at the end of the episode, having been fully-repaired after being destroyed in "Mondo's Last Stand". His return would not be known to the Rangers until the next episode, however.
  • This episode is a stand-alone episode rather than being part of the series finale like Ohranger.
  • The part of Pyramidas destroying Mechaterpillar is exclusive to Power Rangers (by editing Pyramidas footage into the fight with Mechaterpillar). Dorin, a character not adapted for Zeo was the one to destroy Bara Micron (Mechaterpillar's counterpart) in the Ohranger version.
  • Despite this being a Tommy & Tanya focus episode, Jason David Frank considers this episode as his least favorite.

See Also

Power nav icon.png List of Power Rangers Zeo episodes Icon-zeo.png

1 & 2: A Zeo Beginning • 3: The Shooting Star • 4: Target Rangers • 5: For Cryin' Out Loud • 6: Rangers in the Outfield • 7: Every Dog Has His Day • 8: The Puppet Blaster • 9: Invasion of the Ranger Snatchers • 10: Graduation Blues • 11: A Few Bad Seeds • 12: Instrument of Destruction • 13: Mean Screen • 14: Mr. Billy's Wild Ride • 15-17: There's No Business Like Snow Business • 18: Inner Spirit • 19: Challenges • 20: Found and Lost • 21: Brother, Can You Spare an Arrowhead? • 22: Trust in Me • 23: It Came From Angel Grove • 24: Bulk Fiction • 25: Song Sung Yellow • 26: Game of Honor • 27: The Power of Gold • 28: A Small Problem • 29: A Season to Remember • 30: Oily to Bed, Oily to Rise • 31: Rock-A-Bye Power Rangers • 32: Do I Know You? • 33: Revelations of Gold • 34: A Golden Homecoming • 35: Mondo's Last Stand • 36: Bomber in the Summer • 37: Scent of a Weasel • 38: The Lore of Auric • 39: The Ranger Who Came in from the Gold • 40: The Joke's on Blue • 41: Where in the World is Zeo Ranger 5? • 42 & 43: King for a Day • 44: A Brief Mystery of Time • 45: A Mystery to Me • 46: Another Song and Dance • 47 & 48: Rangers of Two Worlds • 49: Hawaii Zeo • 50: Good as Gold

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