When Power Rangers initially appeared, kids went crazy about the show’s blend of martial fighting, mechanical dinosaurs, abnormal beasts, and hammy acting However, the parents of the kids were not happy about it all. After the show turned into a hit, American parents whined to the FCC, asserting that the show was excessively violent for youngsters. Furthermore, Canadian parents got Power Rangers expelled from the wireless transmissions. Here are some of the most awful stuff that Power Rangers ever did…
1. The Quantum Ranger was a racist
Eric Myers (depicted by Daniel Southworth) first shows up as a bitter member from the Silver Guardians. From the very first, Eric has a chip on his shoulder, because of the financial divide that isolates him from the Red Ranger, Wes Collins, whose father happens to be Eric’s previous boss. Furthermore, in the Power Rangers Time Force episode “Trip Takes a Stand,” the villain Ransik utilizes a criminal mutant to help him crush the Power Rangers. However, the mutant called Notacon, has no enthusiasm for battling. That doesn’t prevent the Quantum Ranger from attempting to slaughter Notacon and any individual who’s protecting him. Trip, the Green Ranger gets to know that Notacon is just in jail since he stole a few vegetables to feed himself and his family.
The Quantum Ranger couldn’t care less. Notacon is a mutant, he infers, and all mutants are wicked. Trip gives Eric a strict lecture about not judging individuals, or mutants, by their appearance. While Notacon and Trip live, Eric cautions them that whenever they shield a mutant the next time, he won’t be so kind. Therefore, is it accurate to say that he is prejudiced? Gracious, yes.
2. The Red Ranger became addicted to gambling
Notwithstanding his positive nature, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers’ second Red Ranger is the only one of the three Red Rangers who never got the opportunity to lead the group. In fact, he’s the only Red Ranger who didn’t show up in “For Red,” the Power Rangers: Wild Force episode that re-joined the majority of the veteran Red Rangers. Furthermore, he’s the only Power Ranger in history who needed to resign because of injury which happened not while battling creatures, but rather while preparing for a karate match. Afterwards, Rocky ended up addicted on Pachinko. In the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers episode, “Rough Just Wants to Have Fun,” Ernie introduces a Pachinko machine in the Angel Grove Youth Center, and Rocky is instantly hooked to it. Pachinko is fundamentally a slot machine blended with pinball. In addition to this, because of the clause in Japanese laws, it’s a famous type of gambling. Alpha figures out how to turn around the spell and re-establish Rocky and his partners to their normal forms, and Rocky gets rid of his fixation eventually.