If you grew up watching cartoons or action series on RTM1, you'll definitely remember 'Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers'.
The TV series had kids all over the world wishing they could morph into an alien-fighting, robot-controlling superhero.
And you could probably recite the names of all the Power Rangers by heart (we're trying to do this without Googling, so forgive us if we get it wrong): Jason, Kimberly, Billy, Tommy, Zach and Trish(a)?
(OK, we got the name of the Yellow Ranger wrong. Her name is Trini, but five out of six by heart is not bad, right?)
Well, if you're feeling nostalgic, a recent episode of 'Power Rangers Beast Morphers' will definitely bring back some sweet memories.
It's morphin' time!
'Power Rangers Beast Morphers' is the latest instalment of the long-running 'Power Rangers' series.
Set sometime in the future, the Beast Morphers are a group of superheroes who get their powers from combining the infinite-power of the Morphing Grid with animal DNA. As a team, they will have to defend earth from the evil clutches of Evox, an evil sentient computer virus and his evil avatar clones.
'Power Rangers Beast Morphers' are now in season two, and one of the episodes feature the return of everyone's favourite Power Rangers (before the introduction of the Green/White Ranger, that is): Jason.
The episode, which is a crossover special titled "Grid Connection", features the Beast Morphers going up against the baddie Goldar Maximus and his evil goons.
Outnumbered (although we know the Power Rangers will always win), Devon, the current Red Ranger, sent out an SOS call for help.
And answering the call is none other than Jason (played by Austin St. John), the original Red Ranger from the 1993 series.
Jason brings along the Dino Charge Rangers as well as - gasp! - the rest of the Power Rangers to the battlefield.
Just like the movement 'swooshes' and 'eeyahs' of 90s action series, Jason brought some flair to his transforming by flipping his morphing coin into the air, catching in and yelling the phrase that 'Power Rangers' fans know and love.
Let's all do it together now: 'TYRANNOSAURUS!!!!'
He then morphs into the Red Ranger, and we got to admit, we got goosebumps watching him morph.
You can check out the clip below:
BRB, we're gonna binge-watch the entire 155 episodes of 'Power Rangers' now, because this clip definitely brought back some sweet childhood memories for us.
Who is your favourite Power Ranger from back in the day? Let us know in the comment section below.