When Push Comes to Shove

Episode Information

Power Rangers in Space Season 6

Episode Title Card for “When Push Comes to Shove”
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Episode # 258
Production # PR-608
Written by Judd Lynn
Directed by Worth Keeter
Original Air Date
Total U.S. airings 13
(list of airings)
Last aired August 10, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Megaranger #
    • 2
    • 3
    • 4
    • 6
    • 7
    • 9
    • 21
Footage analysis at SirStack’s Morphylogeny
Previous Episode A Ranger Among Thieves
Next Episode The Craterite Invasion
Villains
  • Astronema
  • Ecliptor
  • Elephantitan
  • Quantrons

Mistakes

  • Cassie was able to tell the time by glancing at her communicator, which had no displays with which to show the time. (01:16)
  • As the Professor spoke to a crowd of reporters and onlookers in front of the skyscraper containing his laboratory, Astronema was in the crowd hiding her face behind a black coat, but her big, decorated blonde hair was quite visible. (02:44)
  • Ashley was able to tell the time by glancing at her communicator, which had no displays with which to show the time. (05:34)
  • Cassie and Lenny sat at a table where Cassie let her balloon float to the ceiling, but then she spotted another table with a better view and had them move without taking her balloon. (08:10)
  • Elephantitan’s color changed drastically from dark gray to very light gray during switches from Sentai to American footage. (09:46)
  • As the Rangers rushed torward Elephantitan, a hologram of Ecliptor, in his caped, first form, appeared in the sky and told the Rangers to move a little bit more to the left so they’d be the first ones to be destroyed when the plutonium spilled; it’s uncertain whether anyone other than Ashley, including the Rangers, could see and hear this hologram. (10:47)
  • When the Rangers learned that Cassie and Lenny were trapped at the top of the building which Elephantitan was trying to topple, Andros said the only way to get up there in time was the (untested) Megatank, though why they couldn’t have used the Galaxy Gliders instead is unknown. (12:09)
  • The Rangers used the MegaTank to enter and get to the top of the building, destroying numerous ground-level walls, certainly vital to maintaining the building’s foundation. (12:56)
  • Why the MegaTank had to go back down the stairs to escape, rather than just blast through a wall and fly out is unknown. (16:20)
  • While Carlos called his Lunar Lance Booster Mode “Lunar Lance”, a common mistake, T.J. referred to the Astro Axe Battle Mode as “Astro Blaster”. (16:26)
  • The Lunar Lance Booster Mode, consisting of the Lunar Lance combined with an Astro Blaster, shot yellowish rather than purple energy blasts. (16:28)
  • Bulk, Skull, and the Professor, having hidden behind the RV as giant Elephantitan pushed the skyscraper over onto them, were somehow unhurt afterward, as was the RV, despite all of them being covered in rubble. (17:02)

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