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Fire! The Golden Arrow (射て! 黄金の矢 Ire! Ōgon no Ya) is the thirteenth episode of Kyoryu Sentai Zyuranger.
Bandora places Mei under a sleep spell when she becomes crucial for eliminating a Dora Monster that can keep the witch young.
While playing with children, a disguised Totpat gives Mei a poisonous apple, under the pretense of 'giving apples only for beautiful girls'. In the meantime, the monster Dora Ladon begins a rampage, shooting his arrows that make apples grow on children's heads and rapidly ages them so Bandora can receive a potion of youth. When the Zyurangers fight against Dora Ladon, the poison starts to take effect on Mei and she falls into a deep sleep. The male Zyurangers are later forced to fight against Dora Ladon, but their attacks are useless since his only weak point is the Risha Tribe's sacred arrow, and he proceeds to weaken the male Zyurangers with energy-draining snakes. In the meantime, Mei has a strange dream where she's constantly attacked by a mysterious force and nearly falls off a cliff into fire. She is saved by several small creatures, which immediately fall to the fire and in turn she starts hearing the screams of help from her friends. With determination to save them, Mei leaps willingly to the cliff of fire, waking her up and confronts Dora Ladon, eventually weakening him enough to be destroyed by the Howling Cannon. After the battle, the children are returned to normal and the Zyurangers are offered apples, which slightly makes Mei a little off since she fell for a poisonous apple trick, but Geki reminds them that it's not. The episode ends as Dan jokingly puts two apples on his chest, which irritates Mei that he makes jokes about her breasts and so she starts chasing him.
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- Kyoryu Sentai Zyuranger Volume 2 features episodes 11-20.
- The complete Zyuranger series was released in America by Shout! Factory in 2015.
- Foul Play in the Sky - Power Rangers counterpart in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (Season 1). See comparison page.