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

Target Rangers is the fourth episode of Power Rangers Zeo. It features the debut of the Zeo Megazord's Zeo Battle Helmets.


King Mondo creates Silo, a monster inspired by a trivia game that Rocky is creating with a fellow student, to destroy the Zeo Rangers.


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King Mondo creates Silo, a monster inspired by a trivia game that Rocky is creating with a fellow student, to destroy the Zeo Rangers.




  • Jennifer stated that she intended to wipe and reboot the main hard drive in order to restart the computer game; in reality this would surely delete the game from the computer.
  • Jennifer put a password to stop anyone accessing the resource center's computer, despite the computer being for public use.
  • Despite being quite experienced with computers, Jennifer chose 'mook' as her password (an insecure choice) and also wrote it down (a potential security issue),
  • It's not explained why Silo looks exactly the same as the robot fighter in the computer game.
  • The unintroduced Zeo Jet Cycles are briefly shown behind the Rangers as they confront Silo and King Mondo.
  • Silo had a black square projection sticking out of his back which was missing in US footage.
  • The Zeo IV Battle Helmet (controlled by Adam) supposedly used "Gravity Power", however it was then used to break the chains around the Zeo Megazord. In fact, it appeared to be the Zeo III Battle Helmet that could control gravity (as evidenced during the fight with Silo).
  • Billy stated that the Zeo II Battle Helmet used "Rocket Power", however Tommy later called it "Jet Power".
  • When building Silo the zipper on the back of a Cog can be seen when he turns to another Cog.
  • When the Cog puts the data card into Silo, you’ll notice that it presses down, exposing the material the costume is made of.


  • Traci Belushi, who appears in this episode as Jennifer, previously appeared in the show as Zarius in Mighty Morphin's "A Friend in Need".
  • In this episode, Klank and Orbus are upgraded with the ability to enlarge monsters.
  • This episode marks the first face-to-face encounter between the Power Rangers and King Mondo.
  • According to the end credits, this episode was filmed around December 14, 1995 which was about two and a half weeks after Mighty Morphin's Rangers in Reverse aired.

See Also

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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