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REVIEW: 'Power Rangers': Dark and Gritty and Wonderfully Silly *Editors note: As a journalist, it’s important to stay unbiased… Why did you snail mail him a letter from Florida, you coward?!

At the end of the 2017 Power Rangers reboot, fans will catch a glimpse of actors Amy Jo Johnson and Jason David Frank reunited on screen and seemingly together again as the evil Rita Repulsa is kicked out of Angel Grove once and for all! WATCH: The Original 'Power Rangers' Cast Reunite on the Red Carpet, Ready for Action! “They probably ran off together at some point and ruined each other's marriages,” said Amy Jo with a laugh, “I'm just kidding! Because some of us would like to ignore the fact that Tommy and Kimberly's successor, Kat Hillard, were eventually married.

Frank ended up staying with the franchise for years, and ended up appearing in 217 episodes during different iterations of the show.

The Secret Of The Yellow Ranger Did you ever notice how there were two female Power Rangers, but only one of them had a skirt?

That's because the American show used Japanese footage for the fight scenes, and in the original show, the Yellow Ranger was a man.

That's why the Pink Ranger's outfit has a skirt, and the Yellow Ranger's doesn't.

Many of them whip out their cell phones, snapping photos and recording video.

In the front and center of the crowd, you can see Frank and Johnson. "Those were really the two that we thought were important to put in there," director Dean Israelite explained to Cinema Blend, "and you know obviously we're teasing something at the end that relates to [Tommy] so it sort of all felt organic." Interestingly enough, that wasn't the first cameo they filmed. Me and Amy were filming in the Krispy Kreme," Frank told The Hollywood Reporter. I was thinking, 'If I grow the ponytail out, I'll shock the fans when they see me.' We shot a scene there with Rita [Elizabeth Banks], and we were dressed in green and pink." MORE: Here's Why Power Rangers Cut Jason And Kimberly's Kiss / Jason David Frank Talks Female Green Ranger in Sequel / Power Rangers Cast Lobbying For Green Ranger To Be Female Saban’s Power Rangers follows five ordinary teens who must become something extraordinary when they learn that their small town of Angel Grove - and the world - is on the verge of being obliterated by an alien threat.

Unfortunately, not all of them — — were asked to participate in the film.

Here are seven surprising things you never knew about (what should have been) your favorite show. Amy Jo Johnson Is A Record Setter Starting off with a positive fact, everyone's favorite Pink Ranger Amy Jo Johnson has the distinction of being the longest-serving female Power Ranger, appearing in 137 episodes before she left the series.

VIDEO: 8 Fictional Bands We Wish Were Real People Really, Really Loved The Green Ranger Jason David Frank was everyone's favorite, the Green Ranger (and later, the White Ranger).

Walter Jones, who played the original Black Ranger, told fans none of the alumni actors were invited to be part of the movie.

However, the previous reports no longer seem to be the case.