50 episodes (first aired in 1996), includes holiday episodes, plus teasers
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A Zeo Beginning
The Shooting Star
For Cryin' Out Loud
Rangers in the Outfield
Every Dog Has His Day
The Puppet Blaster
Invasion of the Ranger Snatchers
A Few Bad Seeds
Instrument of Destruction
Mr. Billy's Wild Ride
There's No Business Like Snow Business
Found and Lost
Brother, Can You Spare an Arrowhead?
Trust in Me
Song Sung Yellow
Game of Honor
The Power of Gold
A Small Problem
Oily to Bed, Oily to Rise
Rock-A-Bye Power Rangers
Do I Know You?
Revelations of Gold
A Golden Homecoming
Mondo's Last Stand
Bomber in the Summer
Scent of a Weasel
The Lore of Auric
The Ranger Who Came in from the Gold
The Joke's on Blue
Where in the World is Zeo Ranger 5?
King for a Day
A Brief Mystery of Time
A Mystery to Me
Another Song and Dance
Rangers of Two Worlds
Good as Gold
"It's Coming" serial
Rita and Zedd react to the arrival of the Machine Empire. On Earth, the Power Rangers remain absent.
Teasers for upcoming teasers (footage from "Hogday Afternoon," future teasers, and assorted Zeo footage).
Segments 3–4, 10
A scientist approaches an observatory while the radio news discusses a disturbance in near space. The scientist (Dr. Jewel) enters the observatory, where another scientist has been waiting.
Rita and Zedd gloat over their victory over the Rangers, who "kept fighting 'til the end"; Zedd takes credit (Rita doesn't disagree). Then, while looking through her telescope, Rita reacts in horror.
Noticing Rita's anxiety, Zedd assumes Goldar and Rito have "done something stupid again." He intends to celebrate their defeat of the Power Rangers, but Rita is filled with dread. She eventually invites Zedd to look for himself, at which point he spies a Quadrafighter and exclaims, "Mondo?! No!" Rita orders Finster to start packing, but Zedd stubbornly doubts the Quadrafighters are coming their way.
The observatory's scientist (Dr. Kender) suggests meteor activity as the cause of the atmospheric disturbance, but Dr. Jewel has another idea. As the disturbance begins to enter the atmosphere, Dr. Jewel shows Dr. Kender top-secret photos. The photos, taken from a space telescope, reveal a gear ship. In space, Machine Empire forces loom.
A janitor at the observatory watches a TV report: it's been unusually quiet in the last several weeks, and the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers haven't been seen or heard from in "quite some time" (some believe the Rangers returned to their distant planet). Upon seeing a Quadrafighter in the telescope, the janitor calls the news station.
Wolfgang Blizzard interviews the janitor about the alien spaceship. The janitor points to the scientists sneaking out nearby. At the Juice Bar, Bulk and Skull overhear Wolfgang grilling the scientists at Angel Grove University about what he infers to be a "secret alien spaceship." Bulk hatches a plan to catch an alien, but "slavedriver" Lt. Stone has overheard.
Lt. Stone drags Bulk and Skull into a field to watch for aliens. Bulk and Skull fall asleep in the field, and a spaceship's shadow passes overhead.
Mondo and Machina watch Bulk and Skull's nap in their viewscreen. Mondo notes they should have no problem conquering this planet's inhabitants, and Machina looks forward to stripping the planet of its resources and completing their Machine Empire.
Dr. Kender remains unsure of the aliens' intentions. Wolfgang recaps that the Power Rangers are missing and aliens are headed toward Earth.
Bulk and Skull awaken to a descending gear ship. They flee and ultimately spot something else: Cogs on the march. Lt. Stone finds Bulk and Skull away from their post, and all thee flee from a Cog's eye blasts.
Back at the Juice Bar, Ernie doubts Bulk and Skull's story, but his skepticism is interrupted as the governor comes on TV. The governor declares a state of emergency, confirming the existence of an armada of hostile alien ships approaching the Earth. Further, attempts to contact the Power Rangers have proven unsuccessful. The governor issues a plea to the Power Rangers, needing their help.
Mondo and Machina mock the governor's plea. Mondo retorts, "even the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, whoever they are, won't be able to help you now." As ships gather over the Earth, Machina notes their "eons of planning" have led to this one moment, when they could say the universe was theirs. Mondo notes the Quadrafighters have returned from scouting the Earth.
Lt. Stone, Bulk, and Skull prepare emergency supplies at the Youth Center. Lt. Stone and Ernie hope for the Rangers' help.
Finster urges Zedd to leave.
In their viewscreen, Mondo spies Rita and Zedd, whom Machina thought had "retired eons ago"; neither Mondo nor Machina intends to show mercy on them, Mondo and Machina's only obstacle to obliterating the planet.