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Forever Red (Power Rangers Wild Force)

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Forever Red (Power Rangers Wild Force)
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Part of Season: 10
Episode Number: 34
Air Date: October 5, 2002
Writer: Amit Bhaumik
Director: Koichi Sakamoto
Previous episode: The Soul of Humanity
Next episode: The Master's Herald


Forever Red is the thirty-fourth episode of Power Rangers Wild Force, commemorating the tenth anniversary of the Power Rangers franchise.

Plot

Red Rangers from 10 different teams come together to stop the Machine Empire from using Serpentera to destroy Earth.

Why It Rocks

  1. This episode was perfect as nine Red Rangers from different seasons, what would come to be known as the Veteran Red Rangers.
  2. All of the Red Rangers (including Cole Evans, Tommy Oliver and Jason Lee Scott) are pretty likable themselves.
  3. The acting in this episode is good, especially for the rangers:
  4. The characters that were appeared as cameos are great such as Danny Delgado, Max Cooper, Taylor Earhardt and Alyssa Enrilé. Even Bulk and Skull made their cameo there.
  5. Great story line: four years later after the destruction of the Machine Empire, surviving members of the empire remain seeking to destroy Earth.
  6. Tezzla, Gerrok, Steelon and Automon, as well as General Venjix, were the greatest antagonist.
  7. This scene where all the Red Rangers begin to morph was pretty badass.
  8. The final battle is nearly the best moment, even for this crossover episode.
  9. Good Ending: after the villains were defeated, the Rangers were saying goodbye.

The Only Bad Quality

  • Using Beetleborg suits and weapons for the surviving members of the empire and their arsenal seems lazy.

Reception

  • This episode is received positive reviews from fans. It was scored 9.3 on IMDb

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