The Rangers’ Mega Voyage

Episode Information

Power Rangers in Space Season 6

Episode Title Card for “The Rangers’ Mega Voyage”
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Episode # 267
Production # PR-701
Written by Judd Lynn
Directed by Judd Lynn
Original Air Date
Total U.S. airings 12
(list of airings)
Last aired August 15, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Megaranger #
    • 2
    • 8
    • 9
    • 11
    • 18
    • 20
    • 21
    • 31
    • 32
Footage analysis at SirStack’s Morphylogeny
Previous Episode Flashes of Darkonda
Next Episode True Blue to the Rescue
Villains
  • Astronema
  • “Aunt Ant”
  • “Bashful Bugguy”
  • Darkonda
  • “Dresschordia”
  • Ecliptor
  • Elgar
  • “Graylien #1”
  • “Graylien #2”
  • “Hammerhead”
  • “Lawrence Welts”
  • Marvo the Meanie
  • Mutantrus
  • Psycho Yellow
  • Quantrons
  • “Singling”
  • Sinister Simian
  • Skygantor
  • “Steg Malone”
  • “Swarmthing”
  • “Treadnaught”
  • “Trinosaur”
  • “Voorheesinite”
  • “Waitressian #2”
  • “Wizard of Deal-ception”

Mistakes

  • When the Astro Delta Megazord got back up after being thrown down by the giant spawn monster, it was the Astro Megazord instead. (01:40)
  • Carlos rather than Andros was sitting in the center of the Megazord cockpit in one shot. (01:43)
  • The Astro Megazord fell back down, and the Astro Delta Megazord then got back up as Andros kicked in reserve power. (01:51)
  • After the Astro Delta Megazord had separated and the Delta Megazord had flown off, a monitor seemingly on the bridge showed schematics of the Astro Megazord with the flashing text “Sealed On,” and Alpha, near the “Communications” console, said separation was complete. (03:33)
  • The Astro Megazord was shown impaled with Darkonda’s bone weapon before this event occurred. (03:43)
  • In what was implied to be a live shot of the battle, the monsters were shown assaulting the Astro Delta Megazord. (03:51)
  • Skygantor’s story had inaccuracies from one of two perspectives: (1) he either overheard their conversation at the bar and upstairs or (2) he incorrectly recalled Andros saying “I win” after winning the card game. (04:31)
  • A blue Earth-like planet would very often be visible in the starry sky above Ganymede even though no such celestial body resided anywhere near Ganymede. (06:16)
  • The Battlizer vanished from Andros’s arm almost immediately after the Rangers had left the Delta Megaship inside the Ganymede moonbase. (06:38)
  • As Andros went into the area beyond, filled with even more controls, he was suddenly carrying under his arm some sort of gray, square, flat object the size of a briefcase. (08:34)
  • The computer’s voice listing off the names of the Mega Vehicles did not match the spotlights. (09:49)
  • The poles that each Ranger slid down to his or her Mega Vehicle has large INET signs nearby. (10:15)
  • The schematics display in the back of the Mega V1 cockpit showed the zord with accompanying text that read, “ROVOYAGER1”. (10:37)
  • The schematics display in the back of the Mega V2 cockpit showed the zord with accompanying text that read, “SHUTTLE VOYAGER2”. (10:57)
  • The schematics display in the back of the Mega V4 cockpit showed the zord with accompanying text that read, “SAUCER VOYAGER4”. (11:22)
  • The schematics display in the back of the Mega V3 cockpit showed the zord with accompanying text that read, “ROCKET VOYAGER3”. (12:19)
  • The schematics display in the back of the Mega V5 cockpit showed the zord with accompanying text that read, “TANK VOYAGER5”. (15:02)
  • The Mega Voyager, upon being formed, was shown quite close in front of Ganymede, as usual, but at this point, the Rangers should have been closer to Earth. (15:47)
  • In one shot, the Astro Megazord was shown to not be impaled by Darkonda’s bone weapon after the event occurred. (15:55)
  • Despite the Astro Megazord’s energy level being at 0%, the lights remained on, displays remained powered, DECA was still able to speak (albeit low and garbled beyond recognition). (16:02)
  • Often before flying down from the sky on Earth, the Mega Voyager would be shown flying down from Ganymede, but its apparent proximity to the Earth should have made it the Earth’s moon. (16:32)
  • Ashley was working on tubes hanging from the ceiling before she checked Carlos’s station and said everything on Earth was still quiet, but how she would’ve known this with the scanning circuits ruined is unknown. (19:24)

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