Rangers Gone Psycho

Episode Information

Power Rangers in Space
Season 6

Title Card for “Rangers Gone Psycho”.
Episode #
Written by
Judd Lynn
Directed by
Judd Lynn
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing
Friday, August 24, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Megaranger # 3, 4, 6, 7, 15, 21, 38
Next Episode
Carlos on Call
Astronema, Ecliptor, “Mr. Digit Owl”, Psycho Black, Psycho Blue, Psycho Pink, Psycho Red, Psycho Yellow, Quantrons


  • The final two scenes of the previous episode recap were shown out of order - Frightwing was shown growing followed by being shown normal-sized and battling with the Rangers.
  • The owl monster grew without the aid of the Satellasers. (00:34)
  • Wires could clearly be scene in multiple shots when the giant owl monster was flying through the air. (01:01)
  • When the giant owl monster’s eyes glowed yellow, the Megazord blocked with its shield, which was now completely black and smooth, despite its normal appearance when the Megazord had flown down from space. (01:10)
  • When Psycho Red kicked Red Ranger into the warehouse nearby, he flew in through an open doorway, but when he landed inside after the switch to Sentai footage, broken glass bits landed with him. (06:27)
  • Zhane secretively ran to an empty area nearby before answering, yet as his Digimorpher looked like a normal cell phone; thus, his hiding was probably far more conspicuous than it would have been for him to merely answer the phone. (12:15)
  • Behind two seats in the Megatank was the name “Cobra”. (15:19)
  • After the teens had morphed outside the library, Psycho Pink heard a warble and had them get going, but the Morphers had never been heard making such a sound during morphing. (15:47)


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