Journey’s End Part 2

Episode Information

Power Rangers Lost Galaxy
Season 7

Title Card for “Journey’s End Part 2”.
Episode #
Written by
Judd Lynn
Directed by
Ryuta Tasaki
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing
Thursday, September 27, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Megaranger # 2, 7, 21
  • Gingaman # 17
Previous Episode
Journey’s End Part 1
Kegler, Stingwingers, Trakeena, Villamax


  • Leo answered Alpha’s call with his right wrist rather than his left. (05:48)
  • The Megazords were suddenly engulfed in an enormous, tall explosions outside; in the city, the horrified Rangers seemed to watch the explosion in the distance, although the dome was not transparent at this point. (06:25)
  • Red Ranger slashed many Stingwingers with his blades, then stood with his back to one facing more, but after an explosion behind him, they all appeared to be gone. (07:48)
  • Based on the luxurious nature of the shuttles, each passenger could easily have taken at least one piece of luggage. (08:59)
  • Although Terra Venture had smashed against Mirinoi’s moon and only the city dome remained, the Megaship had still survived somehow. (14:36)
  • It took the Rangers nearly half a minute to run from the bridge to the immediately adjacent Jet Jammer bay. (16:31)
  • On Mirinoi after the shuttles had landed, the four unmorphed teens helped an upside-down Alpha out of a bush; how they’d all survived the fall is unknown. (18:36)
  • After crashing his Jet Jammer and demorphing, Leo was able to survive without any sort of protective suit; Mirinoi’s moon was apparently hospitable to life just like Earth’s moon, although the city dome had been losing atmosphere through its cracking dome. (19:18)


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