Journey’s End Part 1

Episode Information

Power Rangers Lost Galaxy
Season 7

Title Card for “Journey’s End Part 1”.
Episode #
Written by
Judd Lynn
Directed by
Ryuta Tasaki
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing
Wednesday, September 26, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
Tokusatsu footage
Previous Episode
Deviot, Kegler, Stingwingers, Trakeena, Villamax


  • Deviot already had a gash in his left shoulder. (01:41)
  • When asked if he had any ideas where they could land, Stanton brought up a monitor display of a planet within reach, what would later be revealed to be Mirinoi; how Mirinoi now found itself outside of the Lost Galaxy (and so close to Terra Venture, at that) is unknown, although the Galaxy Book’s portal may have been involved. (05:12)
  • Mirinoi was now shown to be a bright green planet with white cloud wisps and a rocky gray (insanely close) moon identical to Earth’s moon, though the planet had not previously been shown with clouds or a moon. (05:12)
  • In “Quasar Quest Part 2”, all of Mirinoi had been stone, including the land and flora, yet now everything but Maya’s former fellow villagers (and a bit of their camp), as would be shown in “Journey’s End Part 3”, was back to normal. (05:27)
  • At one point, Damon was apparently in a tunnel between two subdomes, with perhaps the Mountain Dome on his right, but the setting would in some shots be in a city-to-dome tunnel and in others be at the gaping hole where the Industrial Dome had been; this is not to mention the further problem of the domes having been previously sealed off. (12:13)
  • Left in the wake of an explosion which stunned the Scorpion Stinger was a large gap in the tunnel which was now shown as a subdome-to-city tunnel; the other end was still attached to something, yet the Scorpion Stinger had been shown falling from the former position of the destroyed Industrial Dome. (13:34)
  • One portion of the engines was still lit as Terra Venture fell to the moon below. (13:54)
  • The habitation building had street numbers 26030, the same as the Youth Center’s address but without a “B” at the end. (17:16)
  • The Scorpion Stinger was soon shown flying in space with no damaged pincer. (17:30)
  • As Trakeena talked to the Stingwingers, one shot featured footage flipped left to right. (19:06)
  • Swarms of Stingwingers flew up from nearly a dozen clustered giant honeycomb domes, then flew out from the underside of the Scorpion Stinger’s head, but they lacked bombs on their chests. (19:08)


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