The Darkest Day

Episode Information

Power Rangers Turbo
Season 5

Title Card for “The Darkest Day”.
Episode #
Written by
John Fletcher
Directed by
Steve Markowitz
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings(disclaimer)
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing
Monday, July 30, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Carranger # 1, 20, 29, 30, 31
Previous Episode
When Time Freezes Over
Next Episode
One Last Hope
Chromites, Divatox, Elgar, General Havoc, Metallasaurus, Piranhatrons, Porto, Rygog


  • Divatox was now again played by her original “Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie” actress again, changing her personality back to goofy and hysterical. (00:23)
  • A Red Ranger could be seen in Lightning Cruiser’s driver’s seat as it flew in. (02:28)
  • Not seeing the teens, Elgar said that even Rangers couldn’t disappear into thin air, but he was obviously ignoring their power of teleportation. (03:00)
  • As the subcraft flew into space, it was supposed to be in the evening, but the sun was shining mostly on the eastern coast of the United States, which would have made it morning in Angel Grove. (08:32)
  • An external view of the docked subcraft with the doors opened would have made the subcraft far too small to hold any rooms other than the bridge. (10:19)
  • In the first shot of it’s holding bay, Metallasaurus was in its second form rather than its first. (10:49)
  • When Havoc first brought in Metallasaurus, T.J. had the Rangers try the Turbine Laser, which flew in with its normal streaks even though they’d brought it with them on top of Storm Blaster. (13:50)
  • Elgar’s head and face appeared quite different, giving him a meaner look, in the Sentai footage. (17:05)


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