Homesick

Episode Information

Power Rangers Lost Galaxy Season 7

Episode Title Card for “Homesick”
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Episode # 298
Production # PR-805
Written by Judd Lynn
Directed by Blair Treu
Original Air Date
Total U.S. airings 7
(list of airings)
Last aired September 22, 2012
(on Vortexx)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Gingaman #
    • 6
    • 7
Footage analysis at SirStack’s Morphylogeny
Previous Episode Rookie in Red
Next Episode The Lights of Orion
Villains
  • Furio
  • Gasser
  • Scorpius
  • Stingwingers
  • Trakeena

Mistakes

  • Terra Venture, having been moving at a constant speed, came to a stop with the engines off, yet the law of inertia would have made the colony continue moving at its previous velocity; furthermore, the constant thrust of the engines would provide constant acceleration, not constant velocity. (01:24)
  • Aerial shots of the city made the city vastly more expansive than the dome exterior showed. (07:48)
  • Matthew rode a glass exterior elevator up the side of the skyscraper, but when it arrived at Command Headquarters in the control tower, it was the larger, futuristic, windowless elevator which opened up directly into Command Headquarters; when Furio had the elevator called back down to the dome floor, the futuristic elevator closed and went down and was then shown as the glass elevator on the side of the administration building. (10:44)
  • Introducing the Jet Jammers, Alpha said they were the only other way for the Rangers to get to the command tower, since Furio was stuck in the elevator, but why teleportation had been ruled out is unknown. (12:37)
  • What the Rangers did in the control tower to stop the already stuck Furio is unknown, but he would not appear again until the next episode. (14:21)
  • His arms wide as he appeared to be calling out into the sky, Leo proposed seeing if the Transdaggers would infuse the Galactabeasts with more power, as it was their only hope. (16:19)
  • When Gasser grew, Leo called, “Galactazord, transform now!” and held up his Transdagger, initiating the never-before-mentioned transformation from Galactabeasts into Galactazords. (16:53)
  • During the camera zoom that would occur at the beginning of the Galaxy Megazord transformation, the Lion Galactazord’s eyes would always change from green to blue. (17:15)
  • Civilians of various uniform types could be seen in the background, but they continued conversing, apparently paying the Rangers no mind. In the background in the other direction were more uniformed people, some casually watching, but most paying no attention. (19:22)

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