The Great Evilyzer

Episode Information

Power Rangers in Space
Season 6

Title Card for “The Great Evilyzer”.
Episode #
Written by
Judd Lynn
Directed by
Worth Keeter
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing
Tuesday, August 3, 1999
(on Fox Kids)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Megaranger # 2, 6, 7, 19, 20, 21, 30
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Astronema, Behemoth, Clawhammer, Destructipede, Ecliptor, Elgar, Fearog, Powerdriller, Quantrons, Sting King


  • Andros called “Galaxy Glider, hang ten,” which somehow summoned both the Red and Yellow Galaxy Gliders. (03:47)
  • In space, Andros did a flip off his Galaxy Glider, but then as it moved sideways to catch him, he came back down onto it, under the effect of some gravitational forces. (04:15)
  • When Destructipede was enlarged downtown while the Rangers were fighting five monsters, Andros had the Rangers continue fighting the five normal-sized monsters despite the destruction of numerous buildings by giant Destructipede. (09:29)
  • The Astro Megazord transformed in space, but the head attached in a blue sky background. (12:39)
  • When the evil Delta Megazord stopped attacking but then suddenly aimed to fire again, T.J. told Cassie to activate the shields, but she exclaimed that they were stuck, and the Astro Megazord was blasted repeatedly in the chest. (13:28)
  • After the Astro Megazord was out of energy, it was still able to pursue the Delta Megazord into space to form the Astro Delta Megazord. (15:22)
  • After the formation of the Astro Delta Megazord, the schematics display in the back of the Astro Megazord cockpit in the Megashuttle showed Astro Delta Megazord diagrams, but the accompanying text read, “Super Galaxy Mega”. (16:24)
  • The scanning screen for Destructipede was titled “Nezire-Reaction Search” and there was Japanese writing present. (16:59)


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