Lightspeed Teamwork

Episode Information

Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue
Season 8

Title Card for “Lightspeed Teamwork”.
Episode #
Written by
Judd Lynn
Directed by
Ryuta Tasaki
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing
Sunday, September 15, 2002
(on ABC Family)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Megaranger # 21
  • GoGoFive # 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 11, 16, 17, 22
Previous Episode
Operation Lightspeed
Next Episode
Trial by Fire
Diabolico, Impus, Jinxer, Loki, Magmavore, Vypra


  • The teens continued to wear the same casual clothes day after day for an unknown reason; they would only wear their rescue jackets when going out on rescue business, regularly having their security cards clipped to their casual clothes in the base. (01:14)
  • After being scolded for being late for the meeting while in the Aquabase, Joel left the Aquabase to pick up flowers rather than attend the meeting. (04:58)
  • When the Rangers morphed, only Red Ranger’s morph sequence was shown. (06:37)
  • The Rangers ran up to Rail Rescue One to activate the Rail Rescues, yet the cockpit was supposed to be in Rail Rescue Three. (06:46)
  • To send the Train Bay to the surface, a tech in Ops worked a “Satellite Telemetry” panel. (06:54)
  • The Train Bay had “55” written on the side. (07:19)
  • The Rangers were oddly standing on the Train Bay when it reached the surface, despite previously being inside their Rail Rescues. (07:23)
  • After the Rangers had reached an attack site in the Rail Rescues, Mitchell had them split up to their own Rail Rescues, although a more accurate term would have been their own Rescuezords, as even Joel left the joint cockpit of Rail Rescue Three for Aero Rescue Three. (09:11)
  • Captain Mitchell referred to the Red Ranger as “Rescue Red”. (13:56)
  • Red Ranger referred to his weapon component from the Rescue Bird as the “Rescue Drill”, despite his visor schematics calling it the “Beak Driller”. (14:07)
  • When Carter’s visor showed graphics of the Lightspeed Megazord assembling, the Rescuezords each had a different name - Pyro Rescue One was named “Red Ladder 1”, Aqua Rescue Two was named “Blue Thrower 2”, Aero Rescue Three was named “Green Hover 3”, HazRescue Four was named “Yellow Armor 4”, MedRescue Five was named “Pink Aider 5”. (15:40)


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