Power Rangers and related characters are from Saban Entertainment. Jenny and her father are my characters. I can't really think of a good title for the story, so I just called it "Who's Crazier."

Who's Crazier
by : Crypt

This story is mainly about a girl named Jenny. She's 16 years old with brown hair a brown eyes. She's tall and slender; she looked more in her early twenties. There were two words to describe her: Weird and shy... extremely shy.

Jenny had been attending Angel Grove High School for only a few weeks. Tommy, Adam, Katherine, and Tanya noticed that she always sat alone and never spoke until she was spoken to, so they decided to approach her.

"Hello. Do you mind if we join you?" asked Tommy.

Jenny looked up, feeling overwhelmed by the four of them standing over her. "Oh...uh, no, I don't mind," she said.

The four teens sat down at the table.

"Um, I'm Tommy, and this is Kat, Adam, and Tanya."

"Hi. I'm Jenny."

"We've noticed that you never talk to anybody. Why is that?" Adam asked.

"Because every time I talk to somebody, I get rejected," Jenny explained. "Everyone thinks that I'm just plain evil, or at least they act that way. I can't take any more chances with these people."

"I see what you mean," Kat said. "There's a lot of weirdos around here."

Of course, she wasn't just talking about the student scientists(a.k.a. nerds) like Justin or the dumb bullies like Bulk and Skull. She was also referring to the bad guys: Divatox, Rygog, Porto, Elgar, and the Piranahtrons.

"Hey, why don't you come hang out with us at the Youth Center?" Tanya suggested.

"Gee, I'd love to, but not today," Jenny told her. "My dad got a job at the power plant and he wanted to give me a tour right after school."

"Oh, that's great," Kat said. "How about tomorrow then?"

"Sure; tomorrow's fine, as far as I know."

Suddenly, the dismissal bell rang, indicating that school was over.

"Ooop. Gotta go; Dad's waiting," Jenny said, gathering her materials. "See you later."

"See you tomorrow," Tommy called as Jenny left.

Jenny met her father in the parking lot, and he drove her to the power plant. Then he pointed things out and explained them to her.

"This is the main generator," he explained. "This generator powers the power plans, which powers Angel Grove."

"Cool," Jenny said with a small chuckle.

"We're trying to figure out a more efficient way to power up the generator instead of wasting all this fuel," her father went on.

"We have plenty of fuel, don't we?"

"Perhaps, but eventually, we'll run out."


"I'll just take you home, then come back to work."

"Sounds good."

Unfortunately, as soon as they were outside the plant, they heard a suspicious clanking noise. Jenny and her father spun around.

"What was that?" Jenny asked.

"I don't know. You stay here while I go check it out," her father ordered.

He entered the power plant again, while Jenny sat down.

"Perfect," she thought to herself. "Something weird happens and I'm stuck in a power plant the size of Rhode Island."

The noise was caused by Elgar and Rygog. They were planting a detonator in the plant. At least Jenny's father found them.

"Hold it, you two," he called. "What are you and what are you doing?"

"We're about to make the power plant go up," Rygog replied.

"And just what are you going to do about it, human?" Elgar asked, pulling out some laser weapon.

Dad couldn't come up with an answer. Elgar fired, which slowly transformed him into a furry white rabbit. In response to the blast, he let out a scream.

Jenny's head perked up. "Dad?" she called. "Was that you?" She couldn't be sure because she'd never heard her father scream before. She got up and began to explore the plant.

"Well, that takes care of our job here," said Rygog. "Let's be off."

"Dad?" Jenny's voice echoed throughout the plant.

"Huh?" Rygog and Elgar peeked over the railing and noticed her. Rygog started to walk away, but Elgar continued to stare. Rygog grabbed his shoulder.

"Come on, Elgar, leave her alone," he said. "She won't give us any trouble."

"Whoa, Rygog, check her out!" Elgar shouted.

"Be quiet, Elgar; she'll hear you!"

"I've got to get a closer look!"

"Are you saying...?" Rygog began.

"Rygog, I am in love!" Elgar admitted. "Slender, tall, her brown hair... she is tasty pudding, man!"

"Would she look better as a bunny?" asked Rygog.

"No. I'm going for it."

"Dad?" Jenny continued to call. "Hello? Is anyone here?"

Elgar felt obliged to step up to her.

"I'm here," he said.

Jenny gasped. "Who are you?"

"The name's Elgar. I'm your main man. Marry me and we'll make beautiful music together!"

"You've got to be kidding!"

"No, I'm not. You're the only girl in the universe for me! Come here." Elgar started to advance.

"Oh no," Jenny muttered. "I can't marry you, Elgar; I'm much too young and we're too different. It'll never work out."

"It doesn't matter," Elgar said. "I'll make it work out. We'll be two of a kind."

"It'll never work," Jenny repeated. "I'm not ready to pursue a romantic relationship. I just don't deserve you."

"Sure you do," Elgar said, taking Jenny's hand. "I'll do anything. What do you say? Swing that bone and take me home, baby!"

"Elgar, please!" Jenny cried, pulling her hand away. "I have more important things to do, such as finding my father."

"Oh, you mean that one guy I turned into a rabbit?"

"What!?" Jenny was shocked. She grabbed Elgar by the shoulders. "What have you done!?"

"Chill out," Elgar said, completely thrilled by her hands. "He looks a lot better now."

Just then, Jenny's father hopped up to her. She gently picked him up.

"Goodbye, Elgar," she said as she calmly walked off.

Rygog walked up to Elgar. "That didn't go very well, did it?" he asked.

"Oh yeah; she wants me," Elgar replied. "Piranahtrons!!"

A school of Piranahtrons popped in front of Jenny. She gasped and ran back in Elgar's direction. She stopped as far away from him as possible.

"Hello," he said, innocently waving.

"You don't give up, do you, Elgar?" Jenny asked.

"I'm persistant," Elgar replied with a laugh.

Jenny looked at the Piranahtrons, who had encircled her and the monsters. "I'm just not having a good day," she sighed.

Meanwhile, at the Power Chamber, the Power Rangers were informed of the danger.

"Elgar and Rygog are snooping around the power plant," said Alpha 6.

"Uh-oh," Adam murmured.

"We've got trouble," Tommy said.

"Not just us," Adam said.

"What do you mean, Adam?" asked Kat.

"Jenny and her father were going there right after school. They might still be there."

"Yo-yo, at least Jenny's still there," Alpha said. "And she's already been targetted."

"Shift into Turbo!" shouted Tommy.

The four teens and the kid pulled out their "keys" and morphed into theirincredible costumes. They instantly teleported to the power plant.

Jenny tried to back off, but the Piranahtrons shoved her forward. They startled her so much, she staggered forward and bumped into Elgar, who embraced her.

"See, Rygog, I told you she wanted me," he said.

"Very funny, Elgar. Let me go!" Jenny cried, breaking free.

"Hey, Elgar!" Adam called. "You better leave her alone if you know what's good for you."

Jenny had not previously heard of the Power Rangers, so she was now even more confused.

"Let's do it, guys!" Tommy called.

They flipped their way into action. Jenny gradually edge out of the middle. Elgar went after her once again.

"This could get ugly," he said, grabbing her wrist. "Don't worry, sweetheart; I'll protect you."

"Hey! Let go!" Jenny cried, kicking Elgar.

Adam fought his way over to Jenny. "Are you okay? What are you doing with that rabbit?"

"This is my daddy," Jenny replied with a childish voice. She handed him the bunny, then ran to Elgar and ran her hands up to his shoulders. "Why'd you have to go and do that for?"

"Hey, he was getting in our way. He should've minded his own business," Elgar said.

"This power plant is his business," Jenny told him.

"Oooh, a shy girl with a brave daddy! Man, yer cute!" Elgar exclaimed, running his claws through her somewhat curly hair.

"Is it me, or is Elgar really in love!?" Tommy asked.

"I gotta go, Elgar," Jenny said. "I just don't deserve you. Besides, there must be some way to get my father back to normal."

"Your father? I thought he was your daddy!" Elgar protested.

Jenny chuckled. "Never mind, never mind."

"Better teleport to the Power Chamber," Tommy said to Adam. "See if Alpha can help change him back into a human."

Jenny came back to the Rangers. Adam teleported out with her and the rabbit.

"So, she wants you, huh?" asked Rygog with a pout.

"Hey, she laughed," Elgar said.

"She laughed at you because of your pea brain!"

"They've planted a detonator here," Justin whispered to the other Rangers. "Let's look for it while they're arguing."

So they snuck into the power plant unnoticed by Rygog and Elgar.

When Adam and Jenny reached the Power Chamber in a flash, they put the rabbit down to be analyzed.

"Hmm, I can construct a device that will change him back, but it will take some time," Alpha 6 told them.

"Oh dear," Jenny sighed.

"If you want to keep yourself busy, you can take this Turbo navigator back to the power plant and track down that detonator," Alpha went on.

"Are you sure?" asked Adam. "She could get hurt."

"Don't worry about me," Jenny said, taking the navigator. "This little cupcake can take care of herself. Besides, I wouldn't miss fooling around with my love interest, even if he is evil."

She gave a proud smile as Alpha teleported her back to the power plant. Immediately, she looked over the railing to see Elgar and Rygog still arguing.

"Even if she does marry you, she'll become a threat to Divatox's rule. She might relay info to the Power Rangers or something," Rygog said.

"Oh, she wouldn't do that," Elgar argued.

"Of course she wouldn't, because she won't even marry you!"

"She will eventually. All I have to do is keep on asking her."

"You'll get on her nerves!"

"If she wants me to stop asking, all she has to do is say 'yes.'"

Jenny chuckled, then started her search for the detonator. The Turbo navigator made it easy; she found the bomb in the center of the power plant.

"Okay, now what?" she wondered.

"You just said that she wouldn't cause any trouble!" Elgar shouted.

"Hey, where'd the Rangers go?" asked Rygog.

They split up. Rygog went up the metal stairs and quickly found Jenny with the bomb.

"So, trying to foil our plans, huh? Piranahtrons, get her!"

The Piranahtrons popped up, but got a little surprise. Jenny fought them using impressive martial arts skills. As she was fighting, two Piranahtrons pushed her over the railing. It was a pretty long way down. Jenny threw the detonator, shattering it. Elgar, who was standing just below, spread his arms in front of him.

"Come to papa," he said.

He caught Jenny in his arms. It was a pretty rough landing for her.

"Elgar...my big strong hero!" she cried, throwing her arms around him.

Elgar just chuckled triumphantly. Then Jenny elbowed him and rolled to the ground. She tried to run off, but more Piranahtrons blocked her path.

"Oh honey..." called Elgar. "Daddy's got a tranquilizer!"

Jenny gasped. Her body seemed to lock in place as Elgar fired. The dart struck her arm, knocking her out instantly. The Power Rangers landed nearby. The Piranahtrons kept them busy while Elgar scooped Jenny into his arms.

"Whoa! You weigh less than a piece of paper!" he exclaimed. "Here comes the bride, all dressed in white..."

He vanished along with Jenny and the Piranahtrons.

"Can you believe it? Elgar's got Jenny!" Tommy cried.

"Look on the bright side, you guys," said Tanya. "At least the detonator's been disabled and the power plant is safe."

"If it's not one thing, it's another," said Kat.

"Let's get back to the Power Chamber," Tommy suggested.

They touched their communicators and teleported. Adam stood there, ready and waiting to complain.

"I don't know who's crazier: Alpha for sending Jenny to the power plant, Jenny for going to the power plant, Elgar for falling in love with her, or me for being a Power Ranger."

"What is so crazy about being a Power Ranger?" asked Dimitria.

"Yeah. It's like partying with the enemy," Justin added.

"And now Jenny's marrying the enemy," said Tanya.

"I told you she could be hurt," Adam argued.

"Don't worry, Adam. Elgar isn't gonna do anything to hurt her," Tommy told him.

"Yeah, I know; he'll do something worse, like kiss her. Ugh..." Adam shivered.

"I'll get to work on locating her," said Alpha.

Later, Jenny woke up, only to find herself in a dark dimension. She was lying on a pile of rocks. She instantly rolled to the ground to Elgar's feet.

"Nice of you to drop by," he said. "Here, let me help you up."

He reached downward. Jenny reluctantly took his hand, and he pulled her to her feet. She looked around, gasping.

"W-W-Where am I?" she stammered.

"You're in the dark dimension," Elgar told her. "The Power Rangers can't hear you scream, but I'd love to hear you."

"The who?"

"You know, those colorful people who came to your rescue at the power plant."

"I have no need to scream."

"That's okay. I need to ask you something."

"What?" Jenny asked.

"Will you marry me?" said Elgar.

"Oh, Elgar, I told you already," Jenny said.

"But I can't stand it! You've gotta marry me! You've just gotta, gotta, gotta!" Elgar cried, embracing her again.

"Elgar..." Jenny broke free. "While I have to admit that you're cute and funny, I still can't get hitched. I'm only 16 years old and the legal age to get married is...19 or 20, I believe."

"Not where I come from," Elgar said.

"Shoot, I can't even drive!" Jenny added.

"No problem for me. I'll teach you."

Jenny bursted out a chuckle. "No, thank you."

"No, really. Come on," Elgar took her hand and started walking.

"This is gonna hurt, isn't it, Elgar?"

"Of course not. Don't you realize, baby? I love you! Why would I do anything to hurt you?"

"I don't know. Because you're evil?"

"Hey, everybody needs lovin', including us bad guys."

Jenny covered her face as Elgar continued toward his destination.

At the Power Chamber, Alpha 6 was trying to locate Jenny.

"Have you found anything?" asked Tommy.

"Nothing. She's not even on Earth anymore," Alpha replied.

"Now what?" Adam asked.

"I'll keep searching."

Elgar took Jenny to what looked like an abandoned army camp. Still holding her hand, he guided her to the car. It looked old with teeth at the front. The license plate had Divatox's name on it. It also looked alive.

"Yikes. That's not exactly my dream car," Jenny muttered.

"You know, just by looking at you, I can see a natural driving talent," Elgar said. "And thanks to my magic touch, you'll be cruisin' the streets in no time."

Jenny looked at him in disbelief. "I seriously doubt it, Elgar."

She reluctantly climbed into the car as Elgar got into the passenger seat.

"Okay, here's the first rule," he began.

"Better fasten your seatbelt and hang on if you wanna survive my driving," Jenny interrupted.

"Okay, turn this little thingy here," Elgar said.

Jenny started the car. "Now what?"

"Then shift the thing into gear and put your foot on the accelerator."

Jenny followed the instructions. Her steering was slightly out of control. She pressed the gas a little harder.

"To go faster, just push harder, there you go," Elgar went on. "Okay, just steer around that tree and hit the brakes, which is that pedal next to the gas."

Jenny picked up more speed as she sharply steered around the tree. When she stomped on the brakes, the car came to a screeching halt.

"Hmm...okay, this is going to take some work," said Elgar. "I know just the thing."

"No thanks, Elgar, the license can wait," Jenny said.

Elgar simply had her drive some more. She steered around some cones. There was a ramp up ahead.

"Step on it! Put the pedal to the metal!" Elgar shouted.

So she stepped on it and leaped over the ramp. As soon as they landed, Jenny noticed a black and white figure in front of them. She made a sharp turn to steer around it, then jerked the wheel in the other direction and hit the brakes. The car spun around to face the figure and the dust started clouding up. Jenny was frozen with fear; she gripped the wheel so tightly, her knuckles turned white. She sat there, gasping.

"Whoo-hoo!" Elgar cried, waving his arms around. "That's what I call driving! Hey, Uncle Havoc, what's up?"

The figure, named General Havoc, stepped up to Jenny's side. "Elgar, what are you doing, and with this human? Why is she such a poor driver?"

"She's only learning," replied Elgar. "Uncle Havoc, love is in the air!"

"Interesting. I was wondering when you'd find a nice girl and settle in," Havoc said, grabbing Jenny's jaw. "She is quite pretty, isn't she?"

Jenny slapped his hand away. "Please; one monster is quite enough!"

Havoc chuckled. "Don't worry. I won't try to claim you. I'm feeling generous lately, so I'm willing to respect Elgar's feelings for you."

"You got it. I saw her first; she's mine!" Elgar said.

"So, when's the wedding?" asked Havoc.

"I'm not sure; pretty soon," Elgar replied.

"There's not going to be any wedding," Jenny told them.

"Hey, Uncle Havoc, you should check this out! Her driving skills are starting to open up!"

"Oh, yeah. Thanks to his driving lesson, I will open up...the heavenly gates!"

"I beg your pardon?" Havoc said.

Jenny sighed and dropped her forehead on the steering wheel. "Help..."

"Keep your hopes up, little lady," Elgar said, placing a hand on her shoulder. "I know those Power Rangers; they'll be back for you. And when they do, you'll be really scared."

"No kidding," Jenny replied. "Poor me...what have I done to deserve this?"

"Well, good luck on that marriage, you crazy lovebirds," Havoc said. "I must meet with sister Divatox."

Jenny wanted to take herself right out of there, but what could she do? Where would she go?

"What am I gonna do?" she asked.

"Just stick with me, kid; I'll take care of you," Elgar replied.

"Correct. He messes everything up, so you're perfectly safe with him," Havoc added, just before he vanished.

"I can tell," Jenny muttered to herself.

Elgar placed his hand on hers. Her hope was quickly fading, so she offered no resistance. She found it impossible to even imagine what could happen to her now. She pondered and pondered in total silence. She pondered until Divatox herself appeared out of the blue.

"Hey, Auntie D," called Elgar. "That's Divatox; she's in charge."

"Uh-oh," Jenny muttered.

"Elgar!" Divatox shouted angrily.


Then Divatox spoke more calmly. "Havoc told me about your new love life."

"Yeah? Aren't you happy for us?" asked Elgar.

"Happy? I'm surprised that you found a girl that actually loves you."

Jenny's eyes widened. She didn't say a word because she knew that Divatox could be right.

"Can it be?" she thought. "Do I really love Elgar? If so, why?"

Just the thought if it made her shiver. She couldn't see herself marrying Elgar...or any regular guy, for that matter.

"So this is the lucky bride," Divatox said, catching Jenny's attention. "I want you and Elgar to spend your honeymoon with me."

"A honeymoon?" Jenny asked, feeling even more fear.

"That's right. I've got a space base when you'll have a lovely view of your soon-to-be-conquered planet. You'll love it!"

Jenny rested her head on the steering wheel again and cried. Divatox walked over to Elgar's side.

"Poor dear; she's overcome with joy."

Back at the Power Chamber, Alpha finally finished the device that would restore Jenny's father back into a human. He was really upset.

"Those monsters tried to blow up the power plant, then they take my daughter!" he shouted.

"Your daughter saved the power plant," said Tommy.

"Yeah, you should be proud of her," added Kat.

"I am, but I'm also worried," said the father.

"Hey, I found her!" Justin cried. "They're in the Dark Dimension."

"Don't worry, sir; we'll bring your daughter back safe and sound," Tommy said. "Back to action!"

They teleported out of the Power Chamber.

"Good luck, Rangers," Jenny's father called. "We're counting on you."

The Rangers found themselves on the obstacle course. Jenny was again driving at top speed, on the verge of running them over. Luckily, the Rangers somersaulted out of the way. Jenny screamed and hit the brakes. The tired screeched again, and Jenny flew out of the driver's seat. She landed with her own somersault, so she wasn't too badly injured. Elgar climbed out of the passenger seat.

"The Power Rangers!" he cried.

The Rangers helped Jenny to her feet.

"Are you all right?" Adam asked.

Jenny nodded.

"We got your father back to normal," Justin told her.

"Yes!" cried Jenny.

"Hello, Rangers," Divatox called. "I'd like you to meet the new addition to our family."

"I told Elgar before, there is no wedding!" Jenny screamed. "I'm about to go crazy!"

"Calm down," the Rangers told her.

"Get them!" Divatox demanded.

A group of Piranahtrons popped up from the ground and attacked. The six teens battled them fiercely. Elgar moved toward Jenny and seized her wrist. In response, she let out a shriek.

"Not even the Rangers are going to mess up my date!"

"Hey! Help!"

Tommy fired his laser pistol at Elgar, striking him in the shoulder. Jenny gasped, then wondered again.

"No way," she thought. "It can't be true!"

"Come on, Jenny, we're out of here," Tommy said.

"Well, Elgar, it's been real, but I must return to planet reality now," Jenny called. "Thanks for the driving lesson."

They teleported away. Divatox and her crew transported themselves back to the space base.

* * *

"What does it take to defeat those Rangers!?" Divatox grumbled.

"I can't believe they got away with my date!" Elgar cried.

"Get over it, Elgar, you'll never see her again," Rygog said.

"That's not true! I'm gonna keep going after her until she marries me!"

* * *

The Rangers were back at the Power Chamber. Jenny and her father were reunited. They hugged each other.

"So, what was it like being a rabbit?" Jenny asked.

"Really hard," her father replied. "It was impossible to communicate."

"We'd better teleport you two home," Tommy said.

"Thanks, Rangers," Jenny called as Alpha punched some buttons.

A beam of light carried them out of the Power Chamber.

After school the next day, Jenny kept her promise to hang out with the teens at the Youth Center. While the teens socialized, Jenny just sat there, resting her chin on her palm and staring into space. She was strangely quiet after she told them of her experience with the Rangers. Occasionally, she chuckled at her own thoughts.

"Jenny, don't be afraid, the Rangers have always saved the day," Tommy said.

"I'm not afraid. I just can't stop thinking about what happened," Jenny told him. "Kat wasn't kidding when she said that there were a lot of weirdos around here."

"Well, you'll never see those monsters again," Adam said.

"Don't be so sure, Adam. It didn't take me long to figure out that Elgar is very persistant," Jenny explained. "He won't quit until I'm his. And in a way . . . I like him, too. He's truly hilarious, but I still can't give in to him."

She began to ponder again. She was sure to encounter Elgar again, so she wondered what would happen. The whole idea will continue to shatter her spine. She shivered as she stared into space . . . Elgar . . .

The End

So, what do you think? Pretty weird, huh?