The Millennium Message

Episode Information

Power Rangers Turbo Season 5

Episode Title Card for “The Millennium Message”
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Episode # 218
Production # PR-443
Written by Mark Litton
Directed by Larry Litton
Original Air Date
Total U.S. airings Disclaimer 9
(list of airings)
Last aired July 23, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Zyuranger #
    • 1
  • Kakuranger #
    • 18
  • Carranger #
    • 6
    • 12
    • 13
Footage analysis at SirStack’s Morphylogeny
Previous Episode Alarmed and Dangerous
Next Episode A Drive to Win
Villains
  • Divatox
  • Elgar
  • Piranhatrons
  • Porto
  • Rygog
  • Terrortooth

Mistakes

  • Blue Senturion’s ship appeared to be of the same design as the Bookala’s ship, but presumably it was a larger version. (02:16)
  • When the Ranger teens split up to look for parts of the damaged craft, Tommy searched an industrial building without a Turbo Navigator. (05:30)
  • Adam’s voice seemed to matched Blue Ranger’s gestures. (08:27)
  • The C emblem patch on Justin’s arm was backwards when Justin pulled out a Turbo Navigator. (08:38)
  • When the Rangers split up to look for Blue Senturion, Tommy and Kat searched an industrial site without a Turbo Navigator. (08:56)
  • Terrortooth switched back and forth between a basic form and an enhanced form wearing glasses and having spikes. He was shown to be wearing glasses and having spikes in all instances of American footage as well as during the initial fight with the Rangers. However, the Sentai footage, from the initial growing, up until being defeated by the Turbo Megazord, showed otherwise. (12:32)
  • After the torpedoes had struck around him, Terrortooth’s face grew red, and he blew steam out of his mouth before growing. (12:32)
  • Blue Senturion was now holding something when he turning around within giant Terrortooth’s hand to talk to the Rangers. (12:58)
  • Divatox flipped a lever on the console of the subcraft’s bridge, making Terrortooth crackle with red energy as Piranhatrons approached him. (14:17)
  • There was a fiery explosion from around the corner just after Blue Senturion had run there, and Divatox then appeared to taunt the Rangers that their defender from the other galaxy was gone, but Blue Senturion would soon be shown riding Robo Racer into battle against giant Terrortooth, and the detonator was still inside him. (15:05)
  • When Terrortooth grew a second time after being shrunk once by the Turbo Megazord’s chest ray, the Rangers used the Turbo RAM Cannon Mode on the giant monster rather than summoning the Turbozords again. (15:40)
  • Blue Senturion fought Terrortooth in Robo Racer, without any assistance from the Rangers below. (16:42)
  • Robo Racer in car mode, driving above ground in Angel Grove while transforming into battle mode, raced through a tunnel that looked identical to the one through which the Turbozords would drive to travel up from their subterranean holding bay. (16:50)
  • Tanya’s voice seemed to matched Green Ranger’s gestures. (17:12)
  • Seeing Robo Racer in battle mode for the first time, Tanya remarked that she’d never seen anything like it, but this certainly wasn’t the first time she’d seen a transforming giant robot. (17:13)
  • Tanya said there were only four seconds left, but the display on the detonator wouldn’t read four seconds for another few seconds. (18:56)

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