UnNews:Power Rangers is surprisingly still on, canceled
12 March 2009
ANGEL GROVE, America -- Fans of the once-popular kids' superhero franchise Power Rangers were shocked when they heard about the show's cancellation Tuesday after 17 seasons. They were shocked, not by the cancellation, but by the mere fact that the show was still on the air. "I had no idea," says concerned parent Marge Pantwedgie, 42, of Salt Lake City, TX. "My boys stopped watching it ten years ago when Bulk and Skull became Rangers... or wait, didn't Zordon reveal himself to be Bulk...? Or something like that. I think that's what the kids told me. They're going to be heartbroken."
Fans on RangerBoard, Playboy.com, RangerCentral, MILFonline.com, CommandCenter.net, ZeddsLair.com, G4.com, PowerRangers.gov, HotBabes.com, and IMDb flooded the message boards reporting on the show's demise. Apparently, these few and far between fans were the only ones who were fully aware of the post-Saban seasons. In fact they gave us a list of every Power Rangers season ever:
- Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (1993-1996)
- Power Rangers Zeo (1996-1997)
- Power Rangers Turbo (1997-1998)
- Power Rangers in Space (1998-1999)
- Power Rangers: Secret of the Booze (1999)
- Power Rangers: Lost Galaxy (1999)
- Power Rangers: Lightspeed Rescue (2000)
- Power Rangers: Rehab Force (2000)
- Power Rangers: Who Farted? (2001)
- Power Rangers: Time Force (2001)
- Power Rangers: Cancellation Force (2002)
- Power Rangers: Wild Force (2002)
- Power Rangers: Hamster Force (2003)
- Power Rangers: Teenage Mutant Ninja Gerbils (2003)
- Power Rangers: Dino Thunder (2004)
- Power Rangers: Dude, Our Boss is a Talking Blue Dog! (2005)
- Power Rangers: Return of the Fellowship of the Two Towers (2006)
- Power Rangers: Rational Pleasure (2007)
- Rob Zombie's Power Rangers (2007)
- Power Rangers: Jungle Pissoff (2008)
- PR2 (2009)
- Power Rangers: REM (2009)
- Power Rangers Gayurais (2011-2012)
These diehards have noticed a depressingly sharp decline in the show's quality by the hands of Disney. However, they favor the current season's theme song performed by REM, "Everybody Hurts," to those of previous seasons since 2001. "But our personal favorite is the original Ron Wasserman theme," says the RangerBoard administrator who wishes to be known only as Zordon. "There is no topping 'Go Go Power Rangers!' We just love that theme. It's better than getting laid, not that any of us have ever gotten laid!... except for lonely masturbation."
President Barack Obama has declared a state of emergency, having begun writing up a Power Rangers stimulus plan that will include getting another company (President Obama prefers NBC-Universal) to buy the property and give the franchise "a good kick in the ass. We are America. Power Rangers is an American product, except for recycling stock footage from the Super Sentai shows from Japan. And we must treat this show with some much due respect, the same kind of respect Disney has off and on refused to give the franchise. In fact, we're lucky we got Jason David Frank back to play Tommy on Dino Thunder. We should also be thankful that the current season, RPM... er, excuse me, REM... no wait, it is RPM, isn't it?... Whatever the hell it's called... Just be thankful this current and final season is dark like the best Power Rangers seasons always have been, despite their blatant cheesiness and campiness."
The President does admit to not being aware that the show was still on for 17 seasons. "I'm shocked and appauled," he said with tears in his eyes, which were coming from wife Michelle's onions she was chopping in the kitchen. "The show hadn't been good since Zordon died at the end of In Space episode 'Countdown to Destruction, Part 2.' That was the end of an era. That's about when I stopped watching regularly. Then in 2003 came the episode 'Forever Red,' and then the Dino Thunder season, and then back to suckiness until the 'Once a Ranger' finale of Rational Pleasure, and now we have a darker tone with the current and final season. And the finale will be the 700th Power Rangers episode overall. So it's gonna end on a high note."
When asked who he's planning to cast in his proposed reboot, Obama was mostly tight-lipped, but let a few slip. "I do want Anthony Hopkins to play Zordon. I want Daeg Faerch from the Halloween remake to play Tommy. Lord Zedd.... hmmm? George Clooney? Nah. Burt Reynolds? Meh. Bea Arthur??? [laughs] No, I'm just joking, man. I can't tell you that one. Cast your own Zedd."