Trakeena’s Revenge Part 1

Episode Information

Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue
Season 8

Title Card for “Trakeena’s Revenge Part 1”.
Episode #
Written by
Judd Lynn
Directed by
Ryuta Tasaki
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing
Tuesday, October 1, 2013
(on Nicktoons)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Gingaman # 1, 3, 4
  • GoGoFive # 6
  • Kyuukyuu Sentai GoGoFive vs. Gingaman
Previous Episode
Ghouls, Olympius, Trakeena, Triskull


  • Leo’s voice was frequently a voice other than his own, sounding more like Mike’s. (00:54)
  • It is common practice for no buildings to have a 13th floor. (05:59)
  • To the left of Trakeena’s setup was a fan blade with a bright light source behind it, though this direction would have been pointing toward the interior of the office building. (06:57)
  • As Heather described to an elderly receptionist her encounter on the thirteenth floor in which a monster had grabbed her mom, the lady replied while covering the phone she was answering, “Now you know dear, there’s no such thing as monsters.” (08:12)
  • Walking away, Olympius vanished with a teleportation identical to Triskull’s. (09:18)
  • Trakeena now had an echoing breathy voice, like Queen Bansheera’s. (09:22)
  • Perhaps the year after Terra Venture’s voyage, Leo was wearing the same clothes he’d worn through the latter portion of Terra Venture’s voyage, and the other teens would be wearing their same clothes as well, with Kendrix and Kai in their GSA uniforms and Damon in his Terra Venture coveralls. (12:31)
  • As the four Lightspeed teens were driving down a road in Mariner Bay, Leo scrambled out from the bushes and faced the direction he’d come, waving his saber almost as though he were signaling someone in the bushes. (12:34)
  • Carter mysteriously gained his Lightspeed Jacket when he was with Heather to spy on the strange man. (14:35)
  • As the teens conversed with Galaxy Ranger teens Leo, Kai, and Maya in the Aquabase galley, various techs sat around doing their own things, seemingly uninterested by the visitors’ presence. (16:24)
  • The flashback to “Journey’s End Part 3” featured different dialogue (and often omitted dialogue) compared to that of the original episode. (16:31)


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