Thomas Oliver was a new student at Angel Grove, and a prodigious martial artist. Unfortunately, his skills caught the eye of the evil witch Rita Repulsa, who, after suffering defeat at the hands of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, decided to craft a Ranger of her own. Using the long-lost Green Power Coin, she chose the unsuspecting Tommy to be her chosen Ranger, the Green Ranger. For a time, Tommy proved to be her trump card against even the Rangers' best, but he was turned back to the good side thanks to the destruction of the Sword of Darkness. Afterwards, he became a powerful ally to the Rangers, but lost his original Green Ranger powers to Zedd. Despite this, his spirit remained unbroken, and he did his best to support his friends from the sidelines. In time, he was granted new power by Zordon, and became the White Ranger. He would go on to wear many different Ranger colors and aid many different Rangers, making himself a legend among the ranks.
Oz is divided into the North, the East, the West and the South, as well as the Emerald City, which is the capitol that resides at Oz's center. Oz is home to many magical creatures, such as Flying Monkeys, Scarecrow, Cowardly Lion and witches (before they were banished from Oz by Zelena). At Oz's center is the seat of power, the Emerald City, from which Oz's reigning ruler commands. A road composed of yellow bricks winds throughout the land, with all branches of it merging at the Emerald City.
Season 14 (season 13/ 12 overall and season 3 for TBS) (November 7, 2016 - September 11, 2017) \"Father's Daze\": Upset at how mediocre his Father's Day celebration is, Stan uses CIA technology to make the rest of the family repeat the same Father's Day until they get the celebration right. Meanwhile, the saga of the Golden Turd continues when a Senator running for President (the same one from the FOX finale \"Blagsnarst: A Love Story\") kills his running mate, and a cleaning lady takes the cursed treasure to Pope Francis and his council of religious leaders. Originally aired November 7, 2016.\"Fight and Flight\": When Steve fails his history midterm, he asks Stan for help with his extra credit project, but Stan's helpfulness begins to irritate Steve when the video project turns into a splashy Hollywood movie starring Vin Diesel and an orangutan. Meanwhile, Klaus and Hayley go after a man who may have stolen Klaus' Ed Hardy shoes and Hayley's Garfield welcome mat they ordered online but never received. Originally aired November 14, 2016.\"The Enlightenment of Ragi-Baba\": Roger falls into a depression after his supermodel/party girl persona gets dropped by her agent on her 28th birthday, so when Hayley introduces him to meditation, Roger quickly becomes Langley Falls' premier master of meditation. Meanwhile, Stan and Steve learn how to make sushi. Originally aired November 21, 2016.\"Portrait of Francine's Genitals\": When Stan discovers that an abstract painting of Francine's genitalia is displayed in a public museum, he enlists Roger to help him steal it. Meanwhile, Steve loses his sex drive after imagining the painting of Francine's genitals, and decides to dedicate his time to helping Klaus clean his fishbowl. Originally aired November 28, 2016.\"Bahama Mama\": Stan is rattled about becoming a grandfather after Hayley and Jeff announce they want to have a baby, so he goes to extreme lengths to prevent it from happening. Meanwhile, Steve and Klaus join a Jamaican drug gang, and Roger attempts to live as a lifeguard after getting interested in Baywatch. Originally aired December 5, 2016.\"Roger's Baby\": After Roger reveals that Hayley and Jeff can't have children because the only human body part Jeff has left is his brainnote even though the end of the previous episode revealed that Hayley and Jeff can have children, but the child would be a half-alien creature, Roger decides to make Jeff human again by eating Jeff's brain, and soon acts like a pregnant mom. Meanwhile, Steve secretly signs Snot up for Morning Mimosa's \"Three Happy Days\" makeover that quickly turns bad. Originally aired December 12, 2016.\"Ninety North, Zero West\": The Smiths must rescue Steve after he is kidnapped and taken to the North Pole. There, Santa Claus is using children to mine for precious stones from The Epic of Gilgamesh that he needs to perform an ancient ritual. Originally aired December 19, 2016.\"A Whole Slotta Love\": Francine becomes less attracted to Stan when he gets involved with slot car racing. Things get worse when Francine thinks Stan is cheating on her with a younger woman. Meanwhile, Roger becomes a stewardess who performs stand-up comedy, but he ends up getting upstaged by a prettier, funnier flight attendant. Originally aired April 10, 2017.\"The Witches of Langley\": Steve and his friends take up witchcraft to gain power and popularity at school; Stan and Klaus become obsessed with remembering '90s bands. Originally aired April 17, 2017.\"A Nice Night For a Drive\": Klaus gets transferred into the navigation system of Stan's car when Stan refuses to pay for life-saving surgery; Steve and his friends prank Roger, who then terrorizes them for revenge. Originally aired April 24, 2017.\"Casino Normale\": Francine steals from the CIA and pretends to be a supervillain to incite Stan to be more seductive; Roger tricks Hayley and Steve into trapping Jay Leno so he can take revenge. Originally aired May 1, 2017.\"Bazooka Steve\": Steve becomes the town pariah after he convinces the star quarterback of the arena football team to stop playing; Roger forces Hayley to become a cab driver to pay him back for her gambling debts. Originally aired May 29, 2017.\"Camp Campawanda\": Steve is upset when Snot threatens their summer camp fun by becoming a counselor-in-training; Hayley and Jeff are suspicious of Roger when he organizes a `Burning Man' reenactment for their anniversary. Originally aired June 5, 2017.\"Julia Rogerts\": Roger runs off in disguise as a Julia Roberts character to a small town after Stan hurts his feelings; Steve plans a meeting when he finds out that Jeff and Barry have never met. Originally aired June 12, 2017.\"The Life and Times of Stan Smith\": Stan becomes addicted to dying after Roger tricks him into thinking he had a heart attack; Klaus takes Steve to Arizona State University for a college visit, where a fraternity hazes him. Originally aired July 24, 2017.\"The Bitchin' Race\": The family competes on the reality show, The Bitchin' Race, but after Stan and Hayley ditch the less-motivated Steve and Francine to team up, they end up in a Thailand labor prison. Originally aired July 31, 2017.\"Family Plan\": Francine reconnects with her birth family when she starts craving the experience of having a big family; Stan becomes obsessed with American Pickers. Originally aired August 7, 2017.\"The Long Bomb\": While having trouble communicating, Stan and Hayley team up to stop a terrorist plot to blow up the Bazooka Sharks arena; Roger pretends to be an escort. Originally aired August 14, 2017.\"Kloger\": Roger and Klaus start having a secret affair after they accidentally end up on an online date together; Steve tries to catch Hayley's pink eye to get out of doing a fitness test at school. Originally aired August 21, 2017.\"Garbage Stan\": Stan and Steve open up their own father-son garbage business after Stan inherits his father's old truck; Roger finds Hayley is a natural at bumper pool and brings her to play with the best player in town. Originally aired August 28, 2017.\"The Talented Mr. Dingleberry\": Roger becomes a ventriloquist dummy and injures other students to help Steve win the school talent show; Stan, Hayley, and Klaus start their own local honey business. Originally aired September 4, 2017.\"West to Mexico\": In an American Dad! western, Stan is a wanted man hunted by Roger the bounty hunter, and ends up in a town in need of a good guy to help Principal Lewis, Francine, Steve, and Hayley. Originally aired September 11, 2017. 59ce067264