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Heir to the Throne

Episode Information

Power Rangers Lost Galaxy Season 7

Title Card for "Heir to the Throne".
DVD Available from (off-site link)
Stream on
Amazon Video (off-site link)
Episode #
Written by
Judd Lynn
Directed by
Jonathan Tzachor
Original Air Date
Total U.S. airings
(list of airings)
Last aired
September 13, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Gingaman #
    • 24
Footage analysis
at SirStack’s Morphylogeny (off-site link)
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  • Barillian Bug
  • “Bashful Bugguy”
  • Batterax
  • “Bobbin’ Buzzard”
  • “Bobogoat”
  • “Cloakroach”
  • “Crockjaw”
  • Destructoid
  • Deviot
  • “Farewell Fiend”
  • Fearog
  • “Goggle P”
  • “Hate Mistress”
  • “Hunghorn”
  • Kegler
  • “Maggot”
  • “Mosquito Man”
  • “Nasonex”
  • “Patchy”
  • Rhinoblaster
  • “Scoopy Sloth”
  • Scorpius
  • Soccadillo
  • “Steg Malone”
  • Stingwingers
  • “Swarmthing”
  • Termitis
  • Trakeena
  • “Treadmom”
  • “Tunnelvisor”
  • Villamax
  • “Voorheesinite”
  • “Waitressian #1”
  • “Waitressian #2”
  • “Waitressian #3”
  • Waspicable
  • “Wizard of Deal-ception”


  • Trakeena walked through a desert on an orange planet with lighter and darker areas that made the planet look geologically active, as well as a green moon; this planet was later called “Onyx” despite it not looking like the ringed Onyx in “Flashes Of Darkonda”. (01:27)
  • In space less than a year after “Countdown To Destruction Part 2”, the planet Onyx was inhabited by various baddies, even though this planet should’ve been cleansed by Zordon’s energy wave. (03:18)

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