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Carlos on Call

Episode Information

Power Rangers in Space Season 6

Title Card for "Carlos on Call".
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Episode #
Written by
Judd Lynn
Directed by
Judd Lynn
Original Air Date
Total U.S. airings
(list of airings)
Last aired
August 27, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Megaranger #
    • 2
    • 7
    • 21
    • 39
    • 45
    • 47
Footage analysis
at SirStack’s Morphylogeny (off-site link)
Previous Episode
Rangers Gone Psycho
Next Episode
A Rift in the Rangers
  • Astronema
  • Datascammer
  • Ecliptor
  • Elgar
  • Psycho Black
  • Psycho Blue
  • Psycho Pink
  • Psycho Red
  • Psycho Yellow
  • Quantrons


  • The WWF Superstars video game clearly accepted only quarters, yet Carlos and Silvy inserted tokens to play. (01:27)
  • The teens were apparently free to use their communicators and morph on Earth during this episode - fortunately for them, the Psychos were not on Earth at the time; whether the teens knew this is unknown. (02:17)
  • Numerous previews and recaps of this episode would show morphed Carlos emerging from the photo booth dramatically, but this rather stupid move wasn’t shown in the episode. (02:41)
  • Based on several pictures taken of him before the morph had even begun, Carlos should have noticed the flashes of photos being taken even before activating his Morpher. (03:16)
  • Carlos was able to tell the time by glancing at his communicator, which had no display with which to show the time. (06:01)
  • Carlos was able to tell the time by glancing at his communicator, which had no display with which to show the time. (09:19)
  • There was a payphone in the park near a graveyard. (13:07)
  • The inside of the phonebooth was distinctly different in the Japanese footage. (13:23)
  • The Rangers’ formed the Winged Mega Voyager without Zhane or the Mega Winger. (15:48)
  • As morphed Carlos held Silvy in place in front of him as she stood riding his Galaxy Glider through space with him, she wore no spacesuit, and her hair blew in some sort of breeze. (19:49)

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