The Curve Ball

Episode Information

Power Rangers Turbo
Season 5

Title Card for “The Curve Ball”.
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Episode #
Written by
Judd Lynn
Directed by
Lawrence L. Simeone
Original Air Date
Total U.S. airings(disclaimer)
(list of airings)
Last aired(disclaimer)
August 3, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Ohranger # 1
  • Carranger # 19
Previous Episode
Cassie’s Best Friend
Divatox, Elgar, Piranhatrons, Porto, Rygog, Strikeout


  • Strikeout had “Bow Zock” on his sports uniform. (08:59)
  • When the Rangers faced Strikeout, the sky had been sunny and clear over the baseball field, but it was cloudy and gray in the park. (09:56)
  • Morphed T.J. batted right-handed, backwards from unmorphed T.J.’s batting stance. (10:36)
  • Heath didn’t gather up any of his baseballs before taking off after T.J. (12:15)
  • T.J. left Heath stranded without transportation at the top of the cliff. (13:58)
  • Another day, Heath had a mountain bike in good condition beside him as he practiced his pitches, but his bike wouldn’t have been able to survive the fall down the cliff unscathed. (14:06)
  • Alpha didn’t summon T.J. on his communicator while he was practicing with Heath. (14:44)
  • When the Rangers faced Strikeout the second time, the sky had been sunny and clear over the baseball field, but it was again cloudy and gray in the park. (15:10)
  • After the torpedoes had struck around him, Strikeout’s face grew red, and he blew steam out of his mouth before growing. (17:42)

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