Rookie in Red

Episode Information

Power Rangers Lost Galaxy
Season 7

Title Card for “Rookie in Red”.
Episode #
Written by
Judd Lynn
Directed by
Worth Keeter
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing
Saturday, September 15, 2012
(on Vortexx)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Zyuranger # 48
  • Gingaman # 5
Previous Episode
Race to the Rescue
Next Episode
Furio, Horn, Scorpius, Stingwingers, Trakeena


  • It’s unknown where Leo’s sandwich suddenly appeared from. (05:48)
  • Not only did Leo not lock the doors of the weapons room, he didn’t even completely close the outer doors. (06:35)
  • An alarm chimed, and Kai found a security breach in the “weapons dome,” and he then asked Leo if he’d locked the “weapons room”; his distinction between a dome and room seemed to indicate that an entire subdome was used to house weapons and that the metal structure was only a small section of it, but he would later say Scorpius had stolen all of the weapons from the GSA “weapons dome.” (09:12)
  • Horn called the Stingwingers “Stingers.” (09:38)
  • Strapped inside Horn’s coat were several swords, guns, and knives rather than the Transdaggers. (11:05)
  • When Horn initially snatched the Quasar Sabers away from a Stingwinger, one of them was only partially secured under his arm, but in the next shot they were all secured. (12:46)
  • The location of Furio, Horn, and the Stingwingers changed shortly after the Rangers (as streaks of light) had obtained the Transdaggers (15:37)
  • Furio told the Rangers they were nothing without their Quasar Sabers, but Leo revealed that those had been fakes used to trick the villains into showing them the location of the Transdaggers; how they had learned of the Transdaggers is unknown, although they may have obtained information and fake sabers from Alpha during their search for Leo. (15:43)


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