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Power Rangers Beast Morphers Episode 17 Spoilers

Power Rangers’ international spoilers have returned, as countries outside the United States have begun to blow the doors open on all of Power Rangers Beast Morphers’ second half episodes.

Today, Australia aired Episode 17 of Power Rangers Beast Morphers on 9Go!, an Australian TV network.

Australia is currently scheduled to air new episodes of Power Rangers Beast Morphers each week, putting the country on pace to finish the season by early September. As always, international airing patterns tend to be much more fluid, so the schedule is subject to change at any moment.

The United States will air new episodes of Power Rangers Beast Morphers every Saturday at 8:30am ET on Nickelodeon beginning September 14.

Below, fans can find spoilers from Power Rangers Beast Morphers’ 17th episode:

Episode 17 – Ranger Reveal
US Airdate: TBA
When a movie star comes to town, the Rangers’ secret identities are unexpectedly threatened.

–SPOILERS BEYOND THIS POINT–

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The Rangers are at the town square in the middle of a huge crowd, as celebrity Nikki Rev is getting set to show up. Zoey’s mom (Muriel Reeves) is going to interview Nikki – the biggest interview of her life that’s going to propel her career to new heights.

However, Muriel gets a call that Nikki’s cancelled her appearance. The crowd leaves disappointed, but Vargoyle attacks, and while running away, a cameraman drops his camera, which records the Rangers morphing to fight Vargoyle.

Vargoyle shows the Rangers his new cheetah speed, gorilla strength, and jackrabbit jumping ability. However, he has to retreat as he’s running low on Morph-X. Nate is confused how Vargoyle has the Rangers’ DNA powers.

After the battle, Muriel finds the camera that recorded the Rangers morphing. It’s damaged, but she plans to fix it and reveal the Rangers’ identities as a big story on the news.

Later that day, Muriel tells Zoey of her plan. Zoey tries to talk her mom out of it, but Muriel insists she’s doing the Rangers a favor: she’s going to make them famous.

In the cyber dimension, Vargoyle shows Evox that he’s built a device which can steal Morph-X. But Blaze and Roxy run in, and show Evox their blueprints for a device that can steal Morph-X. It becomes apparent that Scrozzle and Vargoyle stole Blaze and Roxy’s idea.

At Riptide Gym, Zoey tells the other Rangers what her mom is going to do. Zoey is conflicted because she wants to protect her team’s identity, but she doesn’t want to get her mom in any kind of trouble.

Elsewhere at Riptide Gym, Ben and Betty are attempting to fix their selfie stick, which malfunctions and grabs a wig off a woman sitting nearby. The wig reveals that the woman is Nikki Rev. The entire gym lines up for her autograph, but the Rangers escort her out. Nikki is incredibly thankful to the Rangers for saving her from the crowd.

Commander Shaw alerts the Rangers that a Robotron named Shockatron has attacked the city, and Scrozzle has released a Gigadrone.

Devon, Ravi, and Zoey go to the park to fight Shockatron. Nate and Steel use their Zords to fight the Gigadrone. While the Rangers are distracted in their fights, Vargoyle sets up his device that can steal Morph-X on a nearby roof.

After winning their fights, the Rangers rush to the TV studio as they realize Muriel is about to go on the news. Nikki Rev shows up to be interviewed, and Zoey suddenly has an idea. She begs her mom to let her interview Nikki instead, and Muriel agrees.

Zoey interviews Nikki on TV. Zoey strategically asks questions to get Nikki to admit the problems with being a celebrity, and how being famous isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Watching her daughter, Muriel realizes that maybe the Rangers shouldn’t be famous. She decides not to reveal the Rangers’ identities.

Zoey hugs her mom for doing what’s right.

In the cyber dimension, Vargoyle and Scrozzle laugh as their plan to finally destroy Grid Battleforce is going exactly as planned.

18 thoughts on “Power Rangers Beast Morphers Episode 17 Spoilers

  1. I think this episode serves as a good reminder as to why power rangers can’t reveal their identities to everyone. If their identities were public they never get any privacy plus innocent people would be put in constant danger. This is why they can only revel their secret identities to other rangers or at least people they can really trust not to expose their secret.

    1. That did not stop the rangers of Lightspeed Rescue from publicly morphing in front of dozens of crowds, not to mention the officers of SPD. Really, I think the constant attention from the media would be a good plot point for the show. It’s not like nowadays EVERYBODY would run from a monster, no, I bet you half of those f***ers would pull out their phones to record the whole fight.

      1. In certain seasons yes they were safe to reveal their identities to the public like in Lightspeed Rescue and SPD since they were government operations but in other seasons like Ninja Storm and Jungle Fury where they were sworn to stay secret to hide the places they trained they needed secret identities. Also if you see the Time Force episode called “Full Exposure” that episode also explains the importance of rangers having secret identities.

        1. Time Force was a little different. Most of that team was from the future, so going public was something they learned wasn’t a good idea over time. And it’s not like they didn’t try to act like public figures, no, in the first few episodes they were walking around Silver Hills in their uniforms. Though I do see what you’re getting at and while it is important for teams like Wild Force to keep their identities a secret, Beast Morphers and GridBattle Force are public organizations.

          While I can understand them not going fully public with that information, they can’t reveal their identities to their loved ones and family? Take early on in the season for example, when Devon’s father kept trying to get him a job, which interfered with his ranger duties. Think about how that could’ve been avoided if Devon just told his father, “I’m a Power Ranger.” I’m sure his father would understand as Shane’s brother did in Ninja Storm.

  2. No thanks, I don’t want to be spoiled. Plus I own a Samsung 43 inch 1080p Smart TV, and I would much rather watch my PR on my nice TV than on a computer screen on some illegial website that supports piracy

    1. @ Anonymous What illegal website? 9Go is an OFFICIAL Australian television channel, thank you very much. Do your research before you go making ignorant comments.

      1. Its fine if you live in Austraila. But I live in America. People shouldn’t be going to shady websites just so they can see the episodes early. You’re the ignorant one, not me. When the ratings start declining you a$$holes will be the ones to blame.

        I bet none of you even own a Smart TV.

          1. Gives me more credit that your b**ch a$$. I love the show and I support the show. I’m not going to watch the episodes on my computer screen and then have no incentive to watch them when they air on TV. Thats the difference between me and a sucker like you. Your a sucker

            1. So you want to keep supporting an unprogressive that constantly tries to force drama into situations and almost actively insults the intellegences of children? Okay.

              1. Why in the hell are you even here, PR hater. You hate Power Rangers so get out. GTFO!!! Real PR fans only in this motherf*cker.

  3. And now I’ma stop clicking on this article. Cause it has the words “Spoilers” in it. No thanks, I don’t want spoilers. I wanna watch the show on my 43 inch Samsung Smart TV. Which I got in April 2019.

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