International guest Josh joins us again on the podcast to tackle the Itsy Bitsy Spider! The episode of Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers by that title, that is. …no tiny spiders were harmed in the making of this podcast.
- We discuss what would constitute our ideal Power Rangers video game. And then we start talking about Starfox. I don’t know, man, we try to stay on topic, but sometimes Starfox just happens.
- We watch the new trailer for Power Rangers Super Megaforce! It looks incredibly fun, and piratey and shiny! And instead of watching that show, we go back to watching some stupid, low resolution shit with a guy in a gross-ass spider suit.
- “You don’t want cockroaches thrown at you, no matter who you are.”
- It turns out putties are old school stage magicians! They should be working the Vegas strip, not working for Rita.
- Does Finnster confuse spiders with snakes? If not, Rita’s plan doesn’t make any sense. If so… well, Rita’s plan still doesn’t make any sense.
- We get to talking about a rat wearing a tiny lab coat.
- Because no-one demanded it – we finally get more hip-hop-kido!
- “That’s pretty good… but not quite funky enough.” – “Story of my life…”
AND MUCH MORE!!
- Street Fighter, Double Dragon, and Final Fantasy. Frankly, if you’re listening to us, you’re probably familiar with at least two of those, if not all three.
- This is Andros from Power Rangers. This is Andross from Star Fox. One of them is the coolest dude ever. The other one is a weird floating space gorilla head.
- Yes, Hitler was in Captain Planet. You think that’s ridiculous, but we’re not up to the episode where the Power Rangers are baked into a giant pizza.
- That’s as many as four tens. And that’s terrible.
- The Super Megaforce trailer that we watched. By now you may well have seen an episode.
- God knows why we spoke about Birdemic: Shock and Terror. It’s bad, guys, and I’m saying that as someone who has seen the first 23 episodes of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.
- Buy Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers Season 1 Volume 1 or Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers: The Complete Series on DVD from Amazon.