Hexuba’s Graveyard

Episode Information

Power Rangers Lost Galaxy
Season 7

Title Card for “Hexuba’s Graveyard”.
Episode #
Written by
Judd Lynn & Denise Skinner
Directed by
Worth Keeter
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing
Friday, September 21, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Gingaman # 1, 5, 6, 11, 13, 15, 18, 21, 25, 30, 34
Previous Episode
Dream Battle
Barbarax, Captain Mutiny, Destruxo, Fishface, Freaky Tiki, Gasser, Hardtochoke, Hexuba, Horn, Mutantrum, Quakemaker, Swabbies, Teksa, Treacheron


  • Leo remembered the Rangers’ Orion attack on Freaky Tiki, even though that hadn’t actually destroyed him the first time around. (02:21)
  • Teksa flew in with a yellow streak, but landed with a blue streak. (04:48)
  • The Rangers threw down their crystals, but the Ranger-colored beams of light gave the Rangers their normal Quasar Launchers rather than the Galaxy Quasar Launchers. (05:45)
  • Horn seemed to be destroyed in an area with dead grass, but he was shown falling onto cement. (06:45)
  • The Pink & Green Rangers went after a streak that wasn’t shown on screen, and met up and fought Hardtochoke. However, Hardtochoke had yet to be released when the streak would’ve gone by. (11:22)
  • In the end, there were still numerous streaks that were left unaccounted for. (13:41)
  • When Kai spoke Hexuba’s name (having heard her speak it in her graveyard), Mike asked, “Who-xuba?”, yet he’d personally foiled Hexuba’s nightmare spell the episode before. (13:56)
  • The Rangers order changed after they used the Lights of Orion to power-up. (15:01)
  • The Torozord was shown in town to make Mike grow, but in it’s usual location to transform. (16:41)
  • Terra Venture’s fuel reserves were discovered to be tainted, giving them only one or two more days to survive; how the fuel had been tainted is unknown, although one monster had apparently gone unchecked in the Industrial Dome during the resurrected monster invasion. (19:43)


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