Ranger Danger: A Power Rangers Podcast
About This Show
We’re on a mission – to see, summarise and size-up all 800+ episodes of Power Rangers. It’s a crazy goal, but it’s a crazy show and we’re crazy people. If you are too, subscribe to join us on our journey. Find us at rangerdangerpodcast.com, @rangerdcast on Twitter, or Ranger Danger Podcast on Facebook and YouTube.
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Turbo 216: Weight and See
6 days ago
Things are getting real heavy on the podcast this week, as we watch the Power Rangers Turbo episode ‘Weight and See’!
What alternate (more successful plans) to we suggest for the villain? Why do we mourn sandwiches? And how does the plot manage to botch a textbook simple self-esteem plot? The answers to the questions and more await, on this episode of the Ranger Danger Turbo podcast!
Rated 5 out of
Nostalgia meets Aussie charm
These guys are the absolute best. They take something they love, recognize how silly, ridiculous, and often just plain stupid it is, and appreciate the heck out of it. They've spent whole days of their lives just talking about a stupid '90s kids show, and nitpicking it to death in a way that is both hilarious and heartwarming. They always keep the bants on air (by which I mean they have a phenomenal back-and-forth in their banter), and, though they wear their explicit tag on iTunes like a badge, they always remain sensitive and they never cross a line. Mat "cats are people too" Groom and Michael "I don't like dogs; I find them unpredictable" Busuttil bring together a slew of guests over their 3+ year run thus far, including Tim "not the backdoor shenanigans they were expecting" Busuttil, The people's champion Lauren Dundler, Boom! Studios MMPR comic head writer Kyle Higgins, and actual former power rangers Austin St. John, Walter Emmanuel Jones, Nakia Burrise, and Jason Faunt. They analyze the episodes one by one from the very beginning once a week, while also covering currently running episodes from Dino Charge onward as they air, as well as recounting each new Power Rangers comic issue every month or so. In addition, they cover all new power rangers news, such as with the 2017 movie, games such as Legacy Wars and Mega Battle. Also, on rare occasion, they will throw in their own little nonsense and shenanigans just for fun, like that time they took Zyuranger footage and wrote and performed an episode around it before watching the corresponding power rangers episode, or that time they spent a full hour and a half discussing and analyzing in depth a non-existant episode of a non-existant reboot of a previously non-existant television series. Let's not forget those times that they covered episodes of the Sentai, entirely without any context beyond the context of the corresponding power rangers episode. These guys are simply incredible. They are both incredibly engaged with this podcast, and it shows in their enthusiasm for it. They are highly interactive with their fans, and they have created one of the single friendliest communities on the internet. We love them, and they love us. Listen to this podcast. I implore you. I guarantee it will enrich your life, or, at the very least, your Wednesday.
Date published: 2017-06-14