Rally Ranger

Episode Information

Power Rangers Turbo
Season 5

Title Card for “Rally Ranger”.
Episode #
Written by
Jackie Marchand
Directed by
Al Winchell
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings(disclaimer)
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing(disclaimer)
Wednesday, July 2, 1997
(on Fox Kids)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Carranger # 4
Previous Episode
Transmission Impossible
Next Episode
Built for Speed
Divatox, Elgar, Piranhatrons, Porto, Rygog


  • Warren managed to get out of his racer and get to Justin’s to tease him faster than possible. (01:45)
  • Rygog was shown sleeping upside down, with his hand and arm armor on the ground. However, it was visible that without the armor, his arms were not present. (04:59)
  • When Divatox woke him, Rygog clumsily descended in his chains; when he got up, his long top spike was bent with oversized band-aids on it and his arms were re-attached. (06:43)
  • The shark that Elgar was fighting through the porthole was actually Slippery Shark. (11:35)
  • Each Turbo Cart had “Carranger” written on its rear fenders. (11:55)
  • When Porto grew to giant size, the Rangers drove up in the Turbo Carts and ineffectively attacked Porto with their Turbo Weapons and then the Turbo RAM; it’s unknown why they didn’t summon the Turbozords. (12:19)
  • In the Sentai footage, the Auto Blasters’ lasers were all green. (12:20)
  • An alien briefly appeared behind the Rangers as they reacted to giant Porto’s grabbing of the Red Ranger. (13:11)
  • The alien appeared again with the Rangers when giant Porto returned to normal size. (14:48)
  • It’s very implausible that Justin would have been able to race ahead so quickly (or even at all), given Warren’s earlier start time and speed boost from the detonator in his racer. (15:43)
  • After Porto had returned, Elgar trimmed Divatox’s ridiculously long red toenails; at their current length, it would have been impossible for her to wear shoes. (16:39)
  • Bulk licked smoothie off of Lt. Stone’s cheek. (19:17)


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