Now for me to talk about my favorite Jungle Fury ranger. The mentor, the calm cool voice of reason who isn't afraid to get his hands dirty.
|RAI, oops sorry wrong cool jokey mentor.|
|There we go, RJ, my favorite Jungle Fury ranger.|
|I mean are they really necessary?|
|"What the hell am I looking at?"|
|I don't hate these guys.|
|Damn it why do I keep doing that?|
|I want that coat.|
|Sorry there Gecko Girl.|
|Paging Dr Howard, Dr Fine, and Dr Howard.|
As for my final thoughts on Jungle Fury, all of the negative aspects of the Kalish era seems to have been really toned down during this season and thank Zordon for it. I mean they were still there and it really was annoying when they did show up but it was still a MASSIVE improvement over Overdrive. The acting was pretty good, the story structure was also good but rushed towards the end. Overall I honestly do give a solid recommendation to Jungle Fury. It's not In Space or RPM but it's still better then Lightspeed Rescue and light-years above Turbo, Samurai, Megaforce and ESPECIALLY Overdrive. Now I will cover Gekiranger in the future but not immediately, I want to wait a few months, maybe around July to get my thoughts on Jungle Fury out of my head so I can go in with a somewhat fresh perspective. As for next time, well, let me see what's on T.V maybe that'll give me some inspiration.
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