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Cyborg Rangers

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Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue Season 8

Title Card for "Cyborg Rangers".
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Episode #
Written by
Judd Lynn
Directed by
Isaac Florentine
Original Air Date
Total U.S. airings
(list of airings)
Last aired
September 6, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
Tokusatsu footage
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  • Batlings
  • Diabolico
  • Impus
  • Jinxer
  • Loki
  • Strikning
  • Vypra


  • General McKnight wore an olive green U.S. military general’s dress uniform, but such uniforms had been phased out of the military in the late 1950’s. (04:43)
  • General McKnight said “Diabolical” in one scene when referring to Diabolico. (05:53)
  • Kelsey’s morpher in the Lightspeed Case corrected itself in between shots. (06:48)
  • The demons made no mention of Strikning or the Cyborgs, more concerned with Impus’s crying in the castle. (07:14)
  • Almost all Aquabase display panels and controls bore striking similarities to Astro Megaship controls, with some panels actually identical to the Megaship’s such as the “Education” paneling seen in this episode. (11:52)
  • Capt. Mitchell didn’t throw Kelsey’s morpher far enough for her to reach it. (13:44)
  • When the lightning hit the Megazord, it flowed UP through the ladder arm, electrocuting Strikning. Lightning does not behave this way. (18:32)

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