The Wasp with a Heart

Episode Information

Power Rangers in Space
Season 6

Title Card for “The Wasp with a Heart”.
Episode #
Written by
Judd Lynn
Directed by
Koichi Sakamoto
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing
Monday, August 13, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Megaranger # 2, 3, 6, 7, 21
Previous Episode
Astronema, Ecliptor, Elgar, Quantrons, Sting King, Waspicable


  • Waspicable looked just like Grumble Bee, but with buck teeth and metal underwear. (00:43)
  • When Waspicable looked under the van and then leapt out at Bulk, Skull, and the Professor, just their stiff pants and shoes remained, and they were sneaking away pants-less, but they screamed once they were discovered. (05:37)
  • During the fight, a Quantron’s helmet popped up to reveal a human mouth and nose. (11:30)
  • When Cassie called for the Galaxy Gliders from Earth, five Ranger-colored streaks flew out of the Megaship, and the unmanned Galaxy Gliders flew through a reddish version of the cyber-tunnel before flying down to the Rangers. (14:49)
  • In space, it would be Carlos who instructed Cassie and the others in using their weapons. (15:22)
  • On Earth, it would be Carlos’ weapon attack which defeated Sting King, after which he, not Andros, would then stand in the center of the Rangers. (16:27)
  • Despite her order of no more insects, Astronema would select several insect monsters in the future. (17:48)


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