Riding the Edge

Episode Information

Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue
Season 8

Title Card for “Riding the Edge”.
Episode #
Written by
Judd Lynn
Directed by
Koichi Sakamoto
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing
Wednesday, September 5, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Megaranger # 1
  • GoGoFive # 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 23
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  • On this occasion, Impus was shown inexplicably on a short bed of glowing blue crystals. (03:54)
  • The footage of the shuttle sliding into position in a bay was actually of the Astro Megashuttle. (04:50)
  • During the countdown, Nancy was shown making some final checks in the cockpit, and the shuttle lifted off, shown as the Megashuttle liftoff. (05:24)
  • In Sentai shots during the shuttle’s descent, its exterior bore the name “Nippon” (Japan) and a red dot, the Japanese flag. (09:01)
  • How the Rescue Bird arrived is unknown, as the Train Bay wouldn’t be shown rising until Kelsey later called for the Rescuezords. (10:12)
  • After the use of the Unilaser, the Rangers holstered their Rescue Blasters, but what had happened to the Unilaser was unknown, and only Carter’s blaster grip had been used. (10:36)
  • The Red Rail Rescue wasn’t shown connecting to the other four. (11:48)
  • It is unknown how the cars managed to reach the second level of the parking area in MedRescue 5. (14:07)
  • The locations of the hands of Pyro Rescue 1’s ladder arms on the shuttle changed between shots. (16:07)
  • A rotating platform can be seen under Pyro Rescue 1 at the bottom of the screen. (16:08)


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