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Facing the Past

Episode Information

Power Rangers Lost Galaxy Season 7

Title Card for "Facing the Past".
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Written by
Judd Lynn
Directed by
Koichi Sakamoto
Original Air Date
Total U.S. airings
(list of airings)
Last aired
September 20, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
Tokusatsu footage
Footage analysis
at SirStack’s Morphylogeny (off-site link)
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  • Darkonda
  • Magnetox
  • Stingwingers
  • Trakeena
  • Villamax


  • Ecliptor was shown in his second, large-shouldered form rather than his first. (06:36)
  • Outside the infirmary door was a “Megadeck 6” sign, but the infirmary was supposed to be on Megadeck 2. (07:19)
  • Maya blasted Magnetox with her Delta Daggers. (07:56)
  • Parts of the skeleton looked gray and old, whereas others looked fresh, tannish-white. (09:49)
  • Despite being turned to stone outside the cave, the Warrior was now in the cave, and missing his keys. (13:17)
  • Pursuing the teens, from whom he’d already stolen their powers, Magnetox planned to take all their energy, though what he planned to further drain is unknown. (16:15)
  • Leo was incorrectly shown in his Orion armor during the Red Armored Ranger sequence. (16:59)
  • If Magnetox had accepted Leo’s unusual offer for retreat, he would have taken the stolen powers of the three Rangers and Magna Defender with him. (17:24)

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