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He Blasted Me With Science is the second episode of Power Rangers Megaforce. It is the debut of the Mechazords and their combined form, the Gosei Great Megazord

Plot

The alien invaders send the alien scientist Yuffo down to Earth to study the human race, in order to determine how best to defeat them. Earlier, Troy finds himself face-to-face with Creepox.

Synopsis

At school, Troy remembers an earlier encounter with Creepox. Creepox had vowed to test him and the humans, but Troy refused to fight him to prove himself. After class, Jake offers to walk Gia home to get to know each other. Noah goes to return Mr. Burley's scarf which he'd left in class. Once in his office, he sees Mr. Burley's conspiracy wall. Mr. Burley is amazed that Noah would show an interest in UFOs and the unexplained.

Admiral Malkor sends one of his researchers Yuffo to do tactical research on humans. Yuffo begins abducting several test subjects, doing so by dividing himself into several saucer sections. However, Gia and Jake spot him. Jake decides that the two of them may be able to take him on themselves. They morph to battle Yuffo and his Loogies. However, they are overwhelmed and call for help.

Emma and Troy arrive at the scene to help, and later so does Noah. They defeat Yuffo and attack him with their Dynamic Victory Charge. However, Vrak sends his Zombats to augment Yuffo's powers, making him grow. The Rangers are at a loss at what to do when Gosei reminds them that they have access to Mechazords. New cards appear in their buckle to access the Mechazords.

With this they call on the Gosei Dragon, Phoenix, Shark, Tiger and Snake Mechazords. They battle Yuffo as he separates himself into multiple saucer sections. While the Rangers manage to destroy most of the sections with the Mechazords, the one surviving saucer forms into Yuffo once more and separates again. Gosei, knowing that the Mechazords alone won't be able to defeat Yuffo, tells the Rangers to form the Gosei Great Megazord. The Rangers do so without hesitation and after a brief battle, they use the Victory Charge: Mega Strike to finally end Yuffo.

Later on the Rangers get together in town. Jake realizes that they're a team and don't need to take on threats on their own.

Cast

Power Cards

  • Megaforce Red - Dragon Sword, Gosei Dynamic, Dragon Mechazord, Gosei Great Megazord, Victory Charge (Gosei Great Megazord)
  • Megaforce Pink - Phoenix Headder, Phoenix Shot, Gosei Dynamic, Phoenix Mechazord, Gosei Great Megazord, Victory Charge (Gosei Great Megazord)
  • Megaforce Black - Snake Headder, Snake Axe, Gosei Dynamic, Snake Mechazord, Gosei Great Megazord, Victory Charge (Gosei Great Megazord)
  • Megaforce Yellow - Tiger Headder, Tiger Claw, Gosei Dynamic, Tiger Mechazord, Gosei Great Megazord, Victory Charge (Gosei Great Megazord)
  • Megaforce Blue - Shark Bowgun, Gosei Dynamic, Shark Mechazord, Gosei Great Megazord, Victory Charge (Gosei Great Megazord)

Notes

  • The villain-growing method of Megaforce is introduced in this episode; Vrak sends down his Zombats which have the ability to enlarge monsters.
  • Yuffo combines the characteristics of Zaruwaku of the UFO and Abauta of the Research.
  • Among Mr. Burley's photos on his conspiracy wall are a few images of the logo of the yet unnamed "toxic beasts" Bluefur and Bigs.

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  • While the Power Rangers Action Card Game distinguishes between Zords and Mechazords, it is simplified in the show, in which the "Zord" cards in the game are simply Mega Blaster cards, while the "Mechazord" cards in the game summon the Zords. Thus, unlike in the game where Zord refer to the Gosei Headders and function both as weapon attachments and mecha pre-requisites, the naming is re-simplified in the show. The Mechazords are simply the five rangers' main zords.
  • Based on the dialogue between Mr. Burley and Noah, it would seem that the human world is still attempting to discover the mysteries behind aliens and other supernatural beings that have been attacking the planet for 20 years.
  • Vrak is mentioned to be royalty for the first time. He is the younger son of Emperor Mavro who will appear in the subsequent season.
  • Vraks line to Creepox"Far too complex for you to understand" has become a meme within the power rangers fanbase to describe the lack of sense-making and the unanswered questions of Megaforce.
  • The title of the episode is a reference to the lyrics of a song called "She Blinded Me with Science" by Thomas Dolby.

See Also

References

Power nav icon.png List of Power Rangers Megaforce and Super Megaforce episodes Icon-goseiger.pngIcon-gokaiger.png
Megaforce

1: Mega Mission • 2: He Blasted Me With Science • 3: Going Viral • 4: Stranger Ranger • 5: United We Stand • 6: Harmony and Dizchord • 7: Who's Crying Now? • 8: Robo Knight • 9: Prince Takes Knight • 10: Man and Machine • 11: Ultra Power • 12: Last Laugh • 13: Dream Snatcher • 14: Gosei Ultimate • Halloween Special: Raising Spirits • 15: The Human Factor • 16: Rico the Robot • 17: Staying on Track • 18: The Human Condition • Christmas Special: The Robo Knight Before Christmas • 19: The Messenger • 20: End Game

Super Megaforce

1: Super Megaforce • 2: Earth Fights Back • 3: Blue Saber Saga • 4: A Lion's Alliance • 5: Samurai Surprise • 6: Spirit of the Tiger • 7-8: Silver Lining • 9: Power of Six • 10: The Perfect Storm • 11: Love is in the Air • 12: United as One • 13: The Grass is Always Greener... or Bluer • 14: In the Driver's Seat • 15: All Hail Prince Vekar • 16-17: Vrak is Back • 18: Emperor Mavro • 19: The Wrath • 20: Legendary Battle • EX: The Legendary Battle: Extended Edition

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