T.J.’s Identity Crisis

Episode Information

Power Rangers in Space
Season 6

Title Card for “T.J.’s Identity Crisis”.
Episode #
Written by
Judd Lynn
Directed by
Worth Keeter
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing
Friday, August 6, 1999
(on Fox Kids)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Megaranger # 2, 3, 21, 30
Previous Episode
The Barillian Sting
Astronema, Darkliptor, Darkonda, Ecliptor


  • Brokaya looked just like Earth. (01:41)
  • The atmosphere of Brokaya happened to have perfect temperature, pressure, and composition for unprotected humans. (01:45)
  • The image on the viewscreen as the Megaship orbited the planet Brokaya looked just like Aquitar or KO-35. (10:21)
  • To morph after he’d called and opened his Morpher, Andros apparently only pressed 335, without the enter key, before his morph activated. (11:18)
  • Inside the lid of the Morpher was a silver instruction panel listing the Morpher codes: beside 335 was a Space Ranger helmet, 259 was a Galaxy Glider, 760 was the Megatank, 108 was a monitor, 541 was the Astro Megazord’s head, and 912 was “Game”. (13:39)
  • T.J.’s Morpher had closed itself during the teleportation. (13:46)
  • Andros told T.J. to “do it,” and he summoned the Astro Megazord. Immediately after T.J. completed his summons, Andros summoned the Astro Delta Megazord. (17:25)
  • Although T.J. was only pretending that his amnesia had persisted, and although the girls hadn’t witnessed the particularly brutal blow to T.J.’s head, Ashley’s celebration of T.J.’s apparent lingering injury seemed quite uncaring, at best. (19:55)


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