Cars Attacks

Episode Information

Power Rangers Turbo Season 5

Episode Title Card for “Cars Attacks”
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Episode # 220
Production # PR-445
Written by Douglas Sloan
Directed by Chip Lynn
Original Air Date
Total U.S. airings Disclaimer 3
(list of airings)
Last aired Disclaimer June 30, 1997
(on Fox Kids)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Carranger #
    • 2
Footage analysis at SirStack’s Morphylogeny
Previous Episode A Drive to Win
Next Episode Honey, I Shrunk the Rangers Part I
Villains
  • Divatox
  • Elgar
  • Piranhatrons
  • Porto
  • Rygog
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Griller

Mistakes

  • When Elgar asked Porto if he was expecting anyone when Griller rang the doorbell, Porto said his friends would never appear unannounced. However, that didn’t clarify whether he was expecting anyone or not. (09:51)
  • Despite being gone, the old Power Rangers Zeo alarm alerted the Rangers to Griller’s presence in downtown Angel Grove. (10:58)
  • The Viewing Screen showed a visual of a ring of cars orbiting the Earth, put there by Griller, but the cars were much too large for scale. (11:10)
  • Red Ranger and Blue Senturion continued firing at Griller after he fell over and exploded. (15:32)
  • On the paper of a judge at the Royal Academy audition was “4/11/97,” below which he appeared to sign his name, but this couldn’t have been the actual date, since it was supposed to be the middle of the summer at the time. (17:02)

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