Five of a Kind

Episode Information

Power Rangers in Space Season 6

Episode Title Card for “Five of a Kind”
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Episode # 284
Production # PR-718
Written by Judd Lynn
Directed by Worth Keeter
Original Air Date
Total U.S. airings 10
(list of airings)
Last aired August 28, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Megaranger #
    • 3
    • 21
    • 36
    • 41
    • 46
Footage analysis at SirStack’s Morphylogeny
Previous Episode A Rift in the Rangers
Next Episode Silence is Golden
Villains
  • Astronema
  • Dark Specter
  • Ecliptor
  • Psycho Black
  • Psycho Blue
  • Psycho Red
  • Psycho Yellow
  • Quantrons

Mistakes

  • The blue spraypaint that T.J. used painted the Ranger figures instantaneously. (08:59)
  • When all five Rangers looked like Blue Ranger to confuse the Psycho Rangers, the four disguised Rangers’ voices apparently sounded like their own rather than T.J.’s, leaving the viewer to wonder why the Psychos didn’t identify the real Blue Ranger by his voice. (09:26)
  • Furthermore, only the real Blue Ranger used the Astro Axe, but the Psychos still didn’t catch on. (10:00)
  • Considering that Zhane had known of T.J.’s plan and that the plan had been working, it is unclear what he was hoping to accomplishas the Silver Psycho Ranger. (11:20)
  • Blue Ranger mispronounced “thermometer” as “thermo-meter” while in the Megazord. (16:00)
  • The dials which controlled the thermometer were labelled “Digital Thermo Meter”. (16:03)
  • When referring to the thermometer controls, Red Ranger said to “turn the meter down”. (16:27)

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