Linear Ranger's Final RPM
Thoughts & Thank Yous


Well the season is done, the battle is won and now I sit here with the 17th and final Power Rangers season completed.  So what did I think of RPM?  I enjoyed it.  I always wanted to see Power Rangers take on the idea of a post-apocalyptic world, and I think RPM did a good job of it.  Does the season rank in my top five?  No, but it's still a good season.  I enjoyed the evil plans of Venjix, the guilt Dr. K had to deal with and her growth in the season.  Ziggy, Flynn, Gem & Gemma proved to be my favorite Rangers from the show.  And for a season that I thought I wouldn't like the Zords from, I'm glad the "Zord Being Alive" idea was omitted and footage worked around.  I thought RPM told a good story and still had a good ending for not only itself, but for Power Rangers.

The following message, like years before, is meant to any & every person who worked on making Power Rangers RPM possible.  

First let me thank the Ranger Actors/Actresses themselves.  Eka Darville, Ari Boyland, Rose McIver, Milo Cawthorne, Dan Ewing, Mike Ginn, and Li-Ming Hu all did a superb job as the RPM Ranger team this year.  All of you brought life to these unique characters and I thank all of you for your hard work and great performances.

But what would Rangers be without Allies & Villains.   Olivia Tennet and James Gaylyn and Adelaide Kane, you all brought the show to a whole new level.  It has been quite some time since I've found myself caring as much for the the Allies of the season, as I did the Rangers.  The story of Dillon & Tenaya was brought to will greatly through Ms. Kane.  You all did excellent work and I thank you for being a part of this season.

Next is the Producers and Writers.  Putting aside the incidents that occurred, I must thank Eddie Guzelian, Judd Lynn, Koichi Sakamoto & Jackie Marchand.  All the course of 32 episodes, you all helped tell a great story.  You put your heart and souls, blood, sweet and tears into the season, and I always will appreciate that work.

To all the stunt crew members, camera men, voice actors, production assistants, and all other members of the Power Rangers crew, I thank you for helping make RPM possible. 

A large thank you as always goes out to all the folks at the Walt Disney Company for making this season happen, and getting it on the air for fans to see.  I appreciate and respect your work and thank you for it.