This article is about a/an episode in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.


Lord Zedd is inspired by Rocky's claim that he's never seen monsters at the lake before to unleash a few monsters to destroy the rangers. To make matters worse, only three of the rangers are able to respond! Worst of all, once the rangers unite against the monsters, Lord Zedd creates another monster upon the city. What will the rangers do now?







  • Lord Zedd reanimates Rita's Slippery Shark from "On Fins and Needles", but multiple characters repeatedly call it simply "shark monster". Similarly, Zedd brings back Pirantishead from "The Mutiny"--his own creation--and refers to it only as "piranha". Commander Crayfish, from "Mighty Morphin' Mutants", is called "the cruel crayfish". Only the Goo Fish retains its original name.
  • Slippery Shark is shown brandishing its fin weapon when Zedd first reanimates him, but is not seen with it again, and does not use it against the Rangers.
  • Zedd's tube monster is never shown at normal size, as Zedd makes it grow immediately after creating it.
  • Robert Axelrod voices two different villains in this episode (Lord Zedd and Goo Fish).
  • Since Rocky volunteered he was never seen working as a lifeguard at Angel Grove Lake in another episode.


Lord Zedd: Blast, you bumbling bean-brains! If I never see another fish in my life, it'll be too soon. Oh well, what's for lunch, you ninnies?
Goldar: Large, uh... lake trout almandine.
Lord Zedd: You incredible twit! You ordered me fish?! Oh, what's the use? I'm surrounded by ninnies! Power Rangers, you'll pay for this someday!


  • Rocky tells Dougie that he's been out at the lake his whole life and never saw any monsters. However, Rocky was from Stone Canyon and had just recently moved to Angel Grove, though it's possible that he had been at the lake occasionally or on a family trip.
  • Slippery Shark, Pirantishead, and Commander Crayfish were all misnamed in this episode (as 'Shark Monster', 'Pirahna' and 'Cruel Crayfish' respectively).
  • Commander Crayfish had a different, more feminine sounding voice.


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