I'm not here to kill any sacred cows. If you're of a certain age, "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers" was the best show ever. Tommy was the epitome of the 90's Bro, Zordon was a wise mentor for our young lives, and Kimberly was many a budding man's first experience with what happens when you see an attractive lady on the TV screen.
But let's be real: There's no way that show exists as it did just 15 years ago. Looking back on it, it's kind of amazing that it got away with assigning the Rangers' colors that it did. The Yellow Ranger was originally played by Asian-American Thuy Trang, while African-American Walter Emanuel Jones was cast as the Black Ranger. (And if you want to go down a really depressing Wikipedia path, do a search about the original cast members. Go ahead.) I thought at the time that a Native American played the Red Ranger, but it just turned out to be a guy that shared some of the same features (so maybe I'm the real racist here).
Anyway, "Key & Peele" sort of finally addresses this long-standing issue and potential source of humor. Check it out.