From Out of Nowhere Part I

Episode Information

Power Rangers in Space Season 6

Episode Title Card for “From Out of Nowhere Part I”
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Episode # 251
Production # PR-601
Written by Judd Lynn
Directed by Jonathan Tzachor
Original Air Date
Total U.S. airings 17
(list of airings)
Last aired February 25, 2013
(on Nicktoons)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Zyuranger #
    • 1
  • Megaranger #
    • 2
    • 3
Footage analysis at SirStack’s Morphylogeny
Previous Episode Chase into Space Part II
Next Episode From Out of Nowhere Part II
Villains
  • Astronema
  • Blue Globber
  • Cogs
  • Dark Specter
  • Divatox
  • Elgar
  • Finster
  • General Havoc
  • Goldar
  • King Mondo
  • Lord Zedd
  • Master Vile
  • Piranhatrons
  • Porto
  • PutraPods
  • Quantrons
  • Queen Machina
  • Rita Repulsa
  • Rygog
  • Squatt
  • Tengas
  • Z Putty Patrollers

Mistakes

  • The Cimmerian planet looked exactly like Rita’s planetoid. (00:32)
  • While the rest of the villains seated at the banquet table were major villains or at least major henchmen, a Putrapod had a seat as well. (03:03)
  • Dark Specter looked exactly like Maligore. (03:43)
  • At the rate at which the lava was rising, it would only have taken mere minutes, at most, for the lava to reach the top of the tube, but it would actually take at least many months for the lava to ultimately come near Zordon’s chin. (03:56)
  • Zedd was shown tilting his glass to drink, and his glass would soon be empty, but how he managed to drink through his grill-like mouth is unknown. (04:06)
  • Andros had somehow lost his black gloves when the cloak was ripped off. (05:13)
  • The Rangers spotted a wormhole outside the space shuttle, yet based on the location of the Astro Megaship, they hadn’t gotten very far from Earth. There are no (known) wormholes in the Earth’s general vicinity. (06:41)
  • As the Megashuttle drifted through space some time later, Alpha was now cleaner. (06:47)
  • The Megaship was shown with the Megashuttle’s tailfins protruding from its front section even though the shuttle wasn’t inside it at the time. (07:23)
  • DECA, a computer which by definition must run on binary, seemed to be processing data consisting of zeroes, ones, twos, and threes. (08:47)
  • In once scene, DECA didn’t appear to be processing any data at all. (11:18)
  • TJ asked Alpha what planet was on the screen, yet any student with a high school education (let alone a Power Ranger) would clearly identify the planet as Jupiter. (12:35)
  • As Andros was pursued by Velocifighters through space, a laser blast made him drop his Spiral Saber, at which point it dropped “down,” despite there being no “down” in space. (13:01)
  • Upon returning to the Megaship, morphed Andros entered the bridge from the direction of the workbay, as was normal for returning Rangers, but he was then startled when Cassie and Carlos casually walked up from the workbay as well, neither Andros nor the two teens having seen each other. (14:20)
  • Dark Specter had told Astronema to take the Dark Fortress to destroy the Rangers, yet she was next seen persuing the Red Ranger in a Sphinx-shaped ship. (15:13)
  • When the Megaship was under fire from Astronema’s sphinx ship, DECA made no effort to warn Andros or take defensive action. (15:15)
  • As the Megaship fell toward a planet’s surface, DECA announced that they were at 200 meters and falling, but such a height was far too little space to descend. (17:01)
  • The Astro Megaship crash landed on a planet with a strange atmosphere, yet the Astro Megaship was last seen orbiting the Earth. (17:02)
  • The atmosphere of this planet happened to have perfect temperature, pressure, and composition for humans to survive unprotected. (20:03)

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