Journey’s End Part 3

Episode Information

Power Rangers Lost Galaxy
Season 7

Title Card for “Journey’s End Part 3”.
Episode #
Written by
Judd Lynn
Directed by
Ryuta Tasaki
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing
Friday, September 28, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Gingaman # 32, 47
Previous Episode
Journey’s End Part 2
Scorpius, Trakeena


  • Mike told Stanton everyone was accounted for, despite the great unlikelihood of there being no fatalities from the city dome’s earlier catastrophic crash-landing as well as the earlier destruction of Terra Venture’s lower section. (02:58)
  • Following Trakeena’s slimy footprints, Leo used an elevator to enter a GSA hall in the control tower near Command Headquarters, though how Trakeena had used the elevator before re-powering the city dome from Command is unknown. (05:09)
  • The sky was blue rather than cracked and transparent while the Red Ranger battled Trakeena. (07:04)
  • During the Rangers’ firing of their Galaxy Quasar Launchers, they incorrectly had their Orion enhancements. (09:46)
  • When green Trakeena redirected the Rangers’ own Galaxy Quasar Launcher blast back at them, the girls were hurled back, but the guys drove up on the Astro Cycles; how the cycles had survived the detonation of the Astro Megaship is unknown. (10:10)
  • After assembling his keys, Leo was yet again shown Powered Up during the Red Armored Ranger sequence despite his not being so before or after using the armor. (11:16)
  • Standing at the end of the dome’s remaining broken tunnel, which pointed forward, the Rangers were horrified that they could do nothing, and Leo said (his tone sounding as though he were explaining why they could do nothing) that they would destroy the colony and themselves at this speed. (13:38)
  • The Galaxy Megazord somehow formed on it’s own, without the Ranger’s summoning it. (13:41)
  • The city dome’s underside appeared smooth and flawless where it had been attached to the base of Terra Venture. (13:50)
  • All of the people, tikis, and a hut were stone, but all of the plant life was alive, and birds had been chirping all along; nearby, a pond, canoe, duck, and earth at the duck’s edge of the pond were gray stone, but the surrounding brush at a nearby water edge, as well as the opposite shore, were not stone. (16:03)


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