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Episode 19 – Trip Takes a Stand

Written by Judd Lynn and Jackie Marchand
Directed by Isaac Florentine

Summary: Ransik’s DNA once again starts to mutate and he is forced to drink another vial of serum to temporarily halt the attacks. Frax reanimates a mutant named Notacon. Notacon explains that he is not a violent mutant, he doesn’t want to fight and was only put in jail for petty theft and wants to be frozen again. So Frax places a device on Notacon to force him to fight for them, but the device isn’t strong enough and Notacon flees the prison.

Notacon has escaped into the city, but humans are running away scared. Trip sees Notacon being ambushed by Nadira, Frax and Cyclobots. Nadira orders them to destroy Notacon for refusing to fight for them, and Frax is very happy to destroy a mutant. Green Rangers jumps in to help Notacon. The Silver Guardians arrive and Nadira and Frax retreat. Trip helps Notacon get away. The team learns that Notacon was arrested for stealing some vegetables. Notacon explains that no one would feed him because of the way he looks, so he had to steal or he would have starved.

Eric confronts the other Rangers and tells them that he wants to know where their friend Trip is hiding the mutant so he can destroy the mutant. Frax makes a few adjustments to the controller to destroy Notacon’s good nature and lead them to his exact location. The device on Notacon begins to surge and Trips’ Morpher is fried by the device. Trip learns that if he removes the device, it will destroy Notacon. Frax, the Rangers and Quantum Ranger locate them. Quantum Ranger prepares to fire at Notacon. Trip gets in the way to protect him, but Quantum Ranger fires anyways. Red Ranger and the others helps them escape. Quantum Ranger tells them to not get in his way again, then punches Red Ranger and tells them to not make the mistake of crossing him again.

Quantum Ranger catches up to Trip and Notacon and prepares to fire. Red Ranger explains that they don’t destroy the mutants, they capture them and bring them to justice. Quantum Ranger wants to destroy the mutants just because they’re different them him and because of the way they look. So Trip reveals to him that he’s not human either and says that he better destroy him, too. Quantum Ranger fires, but purposely misses and says that there must be something wrong with his Quantum Defender.

Frax gains control of Notacon. Notacon attacks the Rangers, and Trip morphs. Frax forces Notacon to make himself grow, so the Rangers form Shadow Force Megazord Mode Red. Green Ranger forms the Electro Booster and returns to the ground and aims for the device on Notacon. Frax attacks Green Ranger, but Quantum Ranger helps him then calls for Q-Rex. Quantum Ranger uses the Q-Rex to hold Notacon for them. Green Ranger destroys the device, and the Rangers use Blizzard Slash to freeze Notacon.

Eric approaches the team again and tells them to stay out of the Silver Guardians’ way. But after Eric walks off, Trip explains that he knows he’s not really mean, he’s just lonely and only acts mean to hide it. And Wes is left wondering.

End Credits:

Executive Producers
Haim Saban
Shuki Levy

Cinematographer
Iran Rosenberg

Production Designer
Julie Bolder

Unit Production Manager
Shawn Tarkington

1st Assistant Directors
Stephen Harrison
Larry Kent Litton

2nd Assistant Director
Albert Christman

Stunt Coordinators
Koichi Sakamoto
Makoto Yokoyama

2nd Unit Director of Photography
Sean McLin

2nd Unit 1st Assistant Director
Chris Auer

Stunt Choreography
Alpha Stunts

Special Effects
John Bordeaux

Locations
Deven Chierighino

2nd Unit 2nd Assistant Director
Lisa Stuckey

Art Director
Robert Howeth

Prop Master
Mark Richardson

Set Decorator
Scott Owen

Costume Designer
Danielle Baker

Make-Up artist and hair-stylist
Rosanna Montes

Script Supervisor
Lisa McNeil

2nd Unit Script Supervisor
Jody Blose

Monster Wranglers
Ivory Stanton
Kristen Catena

Lighting Director
Dennis Bishop

Camera Operator
Aldo Antonelli

Production Mixer
Chuck Buch. C.A.S

Production Coordinator
Mona Vasiloiu

Assistant Story Editor
Jackie Marchand

Assistant Production Coordinators
Annette Stuckey
Jeffrey Weiss

Extras Casting
Central/Cenex Casting

Production Accountants
Brett Born
Susan Foster

Assistant Accountant
Michele Zaday

Assistants to the Producers
Lissa Kereta
Nancy Kennedy
Lee Marshall

Cast:

Driver
Terence James Rotolo

Customer
Steve Nave

Voices:

Frax
Eddie Frierson

Circuit
Brianne Siddall

Notacon
Barbara Goodson

Executive in charge of Production
Eric S. Rollman

Executive in charge of Post Production
Clive H. Mizumoto

Executive in charge of Music
Ron Kenan

Music by
Shuki Levy
Kussa Mahchi

Music Producers
Lior Rosner
Jeremy Sweet

Music Editor
David Ari Leon

Supervising Music Editor
Drew DeAscentis

Music Engineer
Barron Abramovitch

2nd Music Engineers
John Sperger
Jimmy DiJulio
Tim Gosselin
Al Lay

Music Coordinator
Dusty Rabbin

Supervising Sound Editor
Doug Latislaw

Re-Recording Mixer
Ed Suski

Sound Effects Editors
Charlene Banta
Ian Mayo

ADR Director
David Walsh

ADR Writer
Suzi Shimoyama

ADR Coordinator
Laura Orozco

Post Production Supervisor
Sean B. Backus

Editor
Ronald LaVine

Additional Editing
Eric Rainey

Assistant Editor
J. Zachary Woodford

Visual Effects Supervisor
Richard Kerrigan

Apprentice Editor
Revis Meeks

Post Production Associate
Jeffrey Oberste

Modern videofilm Visual Effects Supervisor
Jason Spratt

Modern videofilm Lead Artist
Jeff West

Modern videofilm Artists
Michael Carter
John Cummins
Susanna Dileo

developed from “Time Rangers” by
Toei Company, LTD.

Original Concepts by
Saburo Yatsude

Post Production
Modern Videofilm

Lab Services
Foto-Kem Industries

Camera Package
Keslow Camera

Grip/Lighting Equipment
Santa Clarita Studios

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