|This article is about a/an ally in Power Rangers Dino Thunder.|
|First Appearance:||Wave Goodbye|
|Last Appearance:||Thunder Struck(2)|
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Little did the Rangers know until the episode Legacy of Power that Hayley actually helped Tommy create the Dino Thunder Ranger powers. After Tommy became the Black Dino Ranger, Hayley became technical advisor of the Dino Rangers.
Hayley is very intelligent, is an MIT graduate and is always mysteriously and extremely well informed about her customers.
She also had a personal hand in creating the Dino Morphers as "Tommy may know stuff like dinosaurs and bones but a rocket scientist... he ain't". She also created the Raptor Cycles, Battlized Triassic Ranger and the other weapons that the Rangers use in battles. Hayley helps the Rangers through most of the season supplying most of their weapons. Hayley is the one who finds the Brachiozord and the Anchilozord.
In the Thunder Struck , Hayley joins the Rangers in their journey to Mesogog's Island Fortress and while the Rangers fight against the Tyrannodrones Hayley destroys the fortress with the new vehicle she invented: the Triceramax Command Center Truck .
- According to various casting sheets, Hayley's last name is "Ziktor" (a reference to Karl Ziktor, also known as Grimlord, the main villain in VR Troopers), though it was never mentioned on the show.
- Many characters and aspects of the Dino Thunder season were references to various parts of the Zordon Era. In this case, Hayley is a reference to Alpha 5, in that she is the technical expert of the team, as well as Ernie, in that she owns and operates a place where the Rangers and their friends typically hang out.
- Hayley graduated from MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), yet she claims to have gone to college with Tommy Oliver, a paleontology professor. This creates a plot hole, as MIT does not have a paleontology course in the real world, but it just might in the Power Rangers continuity. Of course, they could have just attended the same college as undergraduates before receiving advanced degrees.