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The Song of Confusion

Episode Information

Power Rangers Turbo Season 5

Title Card for "The Song of Confusion".
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Episode #
Written by
John Fletcher
Directed by
Blair Treu
Original Air Date
Total U.S. airings (disclaimer)
(list of airings)
Last aired
May 11, 1998
(on Fox Kids)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Carranger #
    • 6
    • 24
    • 25
Footage analysis
at SirStack’s Morphylogeny (off-site link)
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Spirit of the Woods
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The Accident
  • Crash
  • Creep (blue)
  • Creep (green)
  • Creep (pink)
  • Creep (yellow)
  • Divatox
  • Elgar
  • Piranhatrons
  • Porto
  • Rygog


  • After a fight with Piranhatrons behind the Youth Center, Carlos was startled that he could still hear Crash and the Creeps’ “Confusion” song during the fight, but the reason he could still hear the song was probably because he’d been singing it the whole time. (08:57)
  • In Sentai footage, Rygog’s face looked quite different, of a much cheaper, yet more menacing, design. (11:12)
  • Elgar’s head and face appeared quite different, giving him a meaner look, in the Sentai footage. (11:25)
  • When T.J. summoned the Turbo RAM, it drove up to the Rangers, but the Rangers had already been holding their Turbo Weapons. (16:44)
  • After the torpedoes had struck around him, Crash’s face grew red, and he blew steam out of his mouth before growing. (17:12)

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