In the Freeze Zone

Episode Information

Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue
Season 8

Title Card for “In the Freeze Zone”.
Episode #
Written by
Judd Lynn & Jackie Marchand
Directed by
Ryuta Tasaki
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing
Friday, September 14, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
Tokusatsu footage
  • GoGoFive # 2, 29, 31
Previous Episode
As Time Runs Out
Batlings, Diabolico, Freezard, Jinxer, Loki, Olympius, Queen Bansheera, Vypra


  • At the tomb, Ryan climbed down the rope and then tried to call the Rangers but couldn’t get through; why he didn’t try before going down the rope is unclear. (02:16)
  • On this occasion, Ryan pronounced Loki “Lokee”. (03:47)
  • When a fireball shot down from a seemingly high elevation, the Rangers were surprised to see Olympius confronting them nearby despite an earlier, brief establishment shot. (04:48)
  • Olympius called Carter the “last surviving Ranger,” but the others were still alive (albeit being frozen) inside Freezard, and Ryan was in the desert. (06:44)
  • Bansheera made no reaction to the accusation that Olympius had tried to destroy Vypra and Loki, while in “As Time Runs Out” she had wanted their destruction avenged. (09:52)
  • Joel had his hat upon being released from Freezard’s snow world despite not having it inside. (14:15)
  • Finding Carter frozen, Dana typed 5-5-5 on his Battle Booster (with no “enter”), and he glowed orange, melting off the ice, and then got up; traditionally, this code was used (with the enter key) for the Booster Beams. (14:34)
  • In one shot, Freezard appeared to be bound with blue ropes. (15:23)
  • The Lightspeed Solarzord formed by itself, as the Rail Rescues and Max Solarzord were merely summoned. (15:57)


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