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Episode 39 – The End of Time, Pt. 2

Written by Judd Lynn and Jackie Marchand
Directed by Koichi Sakamoto

Summary: Wes has trapped the four in the Time Ship and countdown to launch has begun. He tells them that he won’t stop fighting until he’s taken his last breath. Jen tries to tell him something but the ship takes off through a vortex.

Wes returns to the city. Doomtron fires and takes down both Q-Rex and Quantum Ranger. Eric is injured and attacked by Cyclobots but Wes arrives and saves him. Wes explains that his friends are gone and it’s now just them two. But Eric still doesn’t want his help. For years Wes has tried to be his friend. Eric explains to Wes that he had nothing growing up, he was dirt poor and has struggled for as long as he can remember to pull his life out of the gutter, and no one helped him, unlike Wes who’s had everything handed to him on a silver platter. Eric then tells him they have nothing in common. But Wes says to him that they may have grown up differently, but they have a lot in common, they both fought to change their destinies and they both succeeded and they are both Power Rangers.

Jen and her team awake and find themselves back in the year 3000 and are welcomed back by Alex. Mr. Collins is in his limo searching the city for Wes. He receives a call from Dr. Zaskin. Dr. Zaskin has discovered the cause of the vortexes in the sky. Doomtron and the Quantasaurus Rex are both powered by Trizirium Crystals (Frax and Q-Rex are both powered by yellow Trizirium Crystals while Doomtron is powered by a blue Trizirium Crystal). Their combined energies are creating the vortexes. Mr. Collins helps an injured boy into his limo and has the driver – Philips, take the boy and his mother to the hospital while he stays behind to continue his search for Wes. nearly the entire city has been destroyed by the vortexes and Doomtron.

Jen and her team ask Alex what happened to Wes. Alex explains that Wes didn’t make it, but he fought bravely and his efforts helped to save the future. He then tells them that they will be going through Memory Adaptation and explains that it’s standard procedure, whenever someone travels back in time, they have to erase their memories to acclimate them back to the present, and they won’t remember a thing from the year 2001.

Wes and Eric return to the Clock Tower. A Cyclobot discovers their home. Ransik watches as Cyclobots invade the Clock Tower. Nadira can’t bear to watch or listen to his words. Wes and Eric fight for their lives. Wes sets the Electro Booster on overload and it explodes. Wes and Eric escape but the Clock Tower is destroyed. Nadira doesn’t want the Rangers destroyed.

It’s now the next day and Mr. Collins is still out searching for Wes. Red Ranger and Quantum Ranger suddenly show up and save Mr. Collins from some Cyclobots. Mr. Collins apologizes to Wes for pushing him to do things his way and tells him that he couldn’t be prouder of him. As their backs are turned, one Cyclobot still functioning sits up and prepares to fire. Eric notices the Cyclobot about the fire at them so he steps in front of them and blasts the Cyclobot. But the Cyclobot manages to fire at Eric. Barely alive, Eric deactivates his Morpher’s voice identification and gives the Quantum Morpher to Wes and explains that the Quantum Defender should be able to neutralize the crystals.

Jen, Lucas, Trip and Katie aren’t happy to be back home and don’t want their memories erased as they want to remember the year 2001. But Alex walks in the room and tells them that it is time. Wes is now all alone against the entire army of Cyclobots. The four are about to have their memories erased. Alex prepares to activate Memory Adaptation but Jen and the others stop him. Jen tells Alex that she’s going back to help Wes. She takes off her engagement ring and gives it back to Alex. Alex steps aside to let them go and says to take Time Force Megazord Jet Mode as it’s got the best chance of making it through a vortex. Red Ranger is greatly outnumbered and is losing.

To Be Continued…

End Credits:

Executive Producers
Haim Saban
Shuki Levy

Iran Rosenberg

Production Designer
Julie Bolder

Unit Production Manager
Shawn Tarkington

1st Assistant Directors
Stephen Harrison
Larry Kent Litton

2nd Assistant Director
Rachel Dickson

Stunt Coordinators
Koichi Sakamoto
Akihiro Noguchi

2nd Unit Director of Photography
Sean McLin

2nd Unit 1st Assistant Director
Chris Auer

Stunt Choreography
Alpha Stunts

Special Effects
John Bordeaux

Deven Chierighino
Audra Gorman

2nd Unit 2nd Assistant Director
Brian Rosett

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
Lisa Stuckey

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


Dr. Zaskin
Ken Merckx

Todd Senofante

Katherine Hawkes

Jason Faunt

Douglas Fisher


Brianne Siddall

Eddie Frierson

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
Scott Carlson
Ian Mayo

ADR Director
David Walsh

ADR Writer
Zach Alwin Pagter

ADR Coordinator
Laura Orozco

Post Production Supervisor
Sean B. Backus

Ronald LaVine

Additional Editing
Eric Rainey

Assistant Editor
J. Zachary Woodford

Visual Effects Supervisor
Richard Kerrigan

Apprentice Editor
Jeffrey Oberste

Post Production Associate
Victoria E. Rosenthal

Modern videofilm Visual Effects Supervisor
Jason Spratt

3D Animator
Daryl Bartley

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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