Transmission Impossible

Episode Information

Power Rangers Turbo
Season 5

Title Card for “Transmission Impossible”.
Episode #
Written by
Barbara A. Oliver & Tony Oliver
Directed by
Al Winchell
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings(disclaimer)
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing(disclaimer)
Tuesday, June 3, 1997
(on Fox Kids)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Carranger # 9
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Divatox, Elgar, Piranhatrons, Porto, Rygog, Visceron


  • The cockpit of Visceron’s car-shaped spacecraft was nearly identical in design to the Rescuezord cockpits. (04:44)
  • Elgar opened up a porthole and threw some water through it from a bucket, but the water soon splashed back in his face. (07:13)
  • The red “ON AIR” light was on when Tanya attempted to contact the Power Chamber. (07:34)
  • Elgar’s head and face appeared quite different, giving him a meaner look, in the Sentai footage. (08:23)
  • As Porto sent the Piranhatrons into battle, their teleportation effect was a bluish-white water-like portal rather than golden. (10:43)
  • The Rangers split up to look for the detonator that had been detected in the area, but at the time they split up, they were standing directly beside the tower on which the detonator had been planted. (11:53)
  • The red “ON AIR” light was on while Pink Ranger and Tanya discussed Power Ranger’s-related issues. (12:44)
  • During Tanya’s morph, there was a visible metallic object present in the lower part of the screen. (12:46)
  • After Visceron had reverted from servant form to his original damaged form, the smoke around him froze just before the shot was over. (14:54)
  • Amused that Visceron had been blown up while fighting the Rangers, Divatox asked, “Isn’t it ironic?”; Elgar replied to the camera, “Oh yeah. Don’t you think, kids?” (15:13)


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