|This article is about a/an episode in Power Rangers Zeo, the second installment in the Zordon Era.|
Bulk Fiction is the twenty-fourth episode of Power Rangers Zeo.
Bulk falls in love with the police chief's daughter Connie and goes to great lengths to ask her to the toy donation charity dance. However, his efforts result in Jerome getting fired by Chief Crandall. Feeling guilty, Bulk and Skull decide to quit the force and all three decide to start over and follow Stone's dream of opening a detective agency. Meanwhile, the Power Rangers battle Googleheimer, another monster sent by Mondo and Machina.
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- Jason Lee Scott as Tommy Oliver (Zeo Ranger V Red)
- Johnny Yong Bosch as Adam Park (Zeo Ranger IV Green)
- Steve Cardenas as Rocky DeSantos (Zeo Ranger III Blue)
- Nakia Burrise as Tanya Sloan (Zeo Ranger II Yellow)
- Catherine Sutherland as Katherine "Kat" Hillard (Zeo Ranger I Pink)
- David Yost as Billy Cranston
- Paul Schrier as Farkas "Bulk" Bulkmeier
- Jason Narvy as Eugene "Skull" Skullovitch
- Gregg Bullock as Lt. Jerome Stone
- Richard Genelle as Ernie
- David Fielding as Zordon (face)
- Bob Manahan as Zordon (voice)
- Donene Kistler as Alpha 5
- Richard Steven Horvitz as Alpha 5 (voice)
- David Stenstrom as King Mondo (voice)
- Alex Borstein as Queen Machina (voice)
- Barbara Goodson as Prince Sprocket (voice) and Orbus (voice)
- Oliver Page as Klank (voice)
- ??? as Chief Crandall
- ??? as Connie Crandall
- Dave Mallow as Googleheimer the Toy Robot (voice)
- Jerome Stone loses his job as a police officer in this episode, and Bulk and Skull quit the force to stay by Stone's side. They would get their old jobs back albeit temporarily in Turbo's "Shift Into Turbo".
- To this day, the identities of the actors for Connie Crandall and her father, and their current whereabouts, have not been disclosed.
- First and only appearances of Chief Crandall and Connie Crandall, though Chief Crandall is mentioned in "Shift Into Turbo".
- First appearance of the Zeo Cannon.
- A close up of Billy's communicator shows that he still has the one he that he used when he was the Blue Ranger, meaning that there are currently two blue communicators in use, the other belonging to Rocky, the blue Zeo Ranger.
- this episode's title is a parody on the 1994 film pulp fiction