The Phantom Phenomenon

Episode Information

Power Rangers Turbo
Season 5

Title Card for “The Phantom Phenomenon”.
Episode #
Written by
Judd Lynn
Directed by
Blair Treu
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings(disclaimer)
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing
Friday, July 27, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Ohranger # 4
Previous Episode
Trouble by the Slice
Next Episode
Vanishing Act
Divatox, Elgar, Piranhatrons, Porto, Rygog


  • Phantom Ranger’s ship was shown headed toward the Atlantic Ocean, but landed in Angel Grove. (00:04)
  • Why the old lady had carried her groceries into the bank, proceeding to melt her ice cream, is unknown. (03:50)
  • Despite being gone, the old “Power Rangers Zeo” alarm alerted the Rangers to Rygog and Elgar’s presence at the gold mine. (10:14)
  • Ashley observed that the Phantom was invisible until he moved, but this was not at all the case, as his switching between invisibility, invisi-warp, and (later) visibility were independent of his actions. (12:05)
  • Justin’s explanation of his communicator going off (it was time for Nico to go home) was ludicrous. (14:35)
  • Why Divatox’s Torpedoes (which made things grow) would do damage to the Phantom Ranger’s ship is unknown. (16:39)
  • Phantom seemed pained when he had to choose to save Nico rather than his ship as the torpedoes raced toward it, but after the large explosion caused by the torpedoes’ impact, Phantom held out his hand, making his ship reappear from the same invisi-warp effect he used to switch between visibility and invisibility. (17:41)
  • When the Rangers were pleased to discover that Phantom’s ship hadn’t been destroyed, morphed Justin exclaimed, “Yeah!” causing Nico to look at Blue Ranger suspiciously; Justin then corrected himself by saying, “I mean, good job,” but immediately after Justin’s, “Yeah,” T.J. had also said, “Yeah!” (18:33)


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