One Last Hope

Episode Information

Power Rangers Turbo Season 5

Episode Title Card for “One Last Hope”
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Episode # 232
Production # PR-511
Written by Judd Lynn
Directed by Steve Markowitz
Original Air Date
Total U.S. airings Disclaimer 13
(list of airings)
Last aired July 31, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Carranger #
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    • 29
    • 30
    • 31
    • 44
Footage analysis at SirStack’s Morphylogeny
Previous Episode The Darkest Day
Next Episode The Fall of the Phantom
Villains
  • Chromites
  • Divatox
  • Elgar
  • General Havoc
  • Metallasaurus
  • Piranhatrons
  • Porto
  • Rygog

Mistakes

  • The first scene of this episode is identical to the last scene of the previous episode. (00:31)
  • In the Space Base’s holding bay, Metallasaurus’s second form was being assembled, but its second form wouldn’t be introduced until The Fall of the Phantom. (01:08)
  • Elgar’s head and face appeared quite different, giving him a meaner look, in the Sentai footage. (01:14)
  • The “Top Secret” binder contained new information about Phantom Ranger, including the exact location of his Power Ruby. Why the Turbo Megazord’s database would contain this seemingly unknown-to-the-Rangers information is unclear. (01:39)
  • There was Japanese writing in the “Top Secret” binder. (01:39)
  • Bulk told the tour group that Mechanizer did battle with the Power Rangers at their current location. But, Mechanizer took on the Rangers in a warehouse. (04:17)
  • Stationary trees could be seen in Lightning Cruiser’s rear view mirror as T.J. and Ashley flew over the city. (06:17)
  • When the Rangers used Storm Blaster, it no longer had the Turbine Laser on it, but when the Rangers summoned the Turbine Laser, it wasn’t shown flying in with its normal streaks. (07:50)
  • After the Rangers had fought Piranhatrons downtown, Phantom Ranger appeared and told the Rangers to come with him and leave this place immediately, but even after their reluctance to leave, he still didn’t mention that they wouldn’t be leaving Angel Grove, a fact which would have likely reduced their apprehension toward leaving. (09:11)
  • Phantom Ranger’s tunnel beneath Angel Grove was identical to the much smaller (but, according to scale, the same size) tunnel in Divatox’s subcraft in which the shrunken Rangers had been attacked by eels in Honey, I Shrunk The Rangers Part II. (09:35)
  • The periscope only had a very faint green tint as it viewed Metallasaurus in Angel Grove. (10:37)
  • The Metallasaurus was shown stepping in the same area, and causing the same exact destruction as a previous shot. (11:03)
  • The Metallasaurus was again shown stepping in the same area, and again causing the same exact destruction as a previous shot. (12:06)
  • Artillatron was comprised of 3 seperate cars, connected, pulling each other. However, after coming to a stop and seperating, there was somehow enough room for the Rescuezords to drive straight out. (13:33)
  • Artillatron assembled into its robot mode, but the wheels on the rear segment remained stationary as the segment rolled forward to move underneath the other two segments. (13:48)
  • Once the two had awakened, Bulk went back for his milkshake despite Skull’s protests; the milkshakes were now upright, despite having spilled when dropped earlier. (16:28)
  • Due to the force of gravity, Star Racer’s sudden catch of the top of the building holding Bulk and Skull should’ve caused the building to crumble. (17:09)
  • Bulk and Skull’s milkshakes were still upright after their portion of the building had fallen and landed in Star Racer’s scoop. (17:41)

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