Silent Sleep

Episode Information

Power Rangers Lost Galaxy Season 7

Episode Title Card for “Silent Sleep”
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Episode # 304
Production # PR-811
Written by Jill Donnellan
Directed by Blair Treu
Original Air Date
Total U.S. airings 6
(list of airings)
Last aired November 10, 2012
(on Vortexx)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Gingaman #
    • 2
    • 20
Footage analysis at SirStack’s Morphylogeny
Previous Episode The Sunflower Search
Next Episode Orion Rising
Villains
  • Chillyfish
  • Scorpius
  • Stingwingers
  • Trakeena
  • Treacheron

Mistakes

  • In the busy city at night, dozens or even hundreds of Earthen cars were shown on the crowded streets during Chillyfish’s freezing of the colony. (04:15)
  • Terra Venture, having been moving at a constant speed, came to a stop when the engines froze, yet the law of inertia would have made the colony continue moving at its previous velocity. (04:28)
  • The Red Ranger referred to the Transblaster as “Transdagger”. (09:12)
  • It’s unknown why chillyfish opted to utilize a horse for transportation. (14:24)
  • When Leo morphed, his horse gained a red headdress, a red blanket underneath the saddle, and red bands around it’s ankles. (14:41)
  • In a field outside a city (presumably the main city dome), Chillyfish grew and, after being jump-kicked, would fight Mega Defender in the mountains, yet no mountains were supposed to be in the city dome based on exterior shots. (16:44)
  • Upon becoming upright, the Defender Torozord’s feet were facing forward. However, when Magna Defender combined with the Defender Torozord, it’s feet then rotated into a forward facing position. (17:45)

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