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Wrath of the Queen

Episode Information

Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue Season 8

Title Card for "Wrath of the Queen".
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Episode #
Written by
John Fletcher & Jackie Marchand and Denise Skinner
Directed by
Judd Lynn
Original Air Date
Total U.S. airings
(list of airings)
Last aired
September 21, 2007
(on Toon Disney)
Tokusatsu footage
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Footage analysis
at SirStack’s Morphylogeny (off-site link)
Previous Episode
In the Limelight
Next Episode
Rise of the Super Demons
  • Batlings
  • Diabolico
  • Jinxer
  • Loki
  • Olympius
  • Queen Bansheera
  • Vypra


  • Jinxer seemed confused and awed upon seeing Bansheera’s pillar of flames in which she was transforming, yet he had walked in on her in “In The Limelight” and learned of the transformation. (01:19)
  • After a significant period of secret, solitary recuperation under Jinxer’s care, Olympius was eventually healed, and his Star Power was somehow restored. (05:39)
  • Knowing Bansheera’s weakness, Carter struck her in the midsection with his charged Battle Booster punch to finish the fight, but he was supposed to strike where her heart would have been. (16:23)
  • Downtown, giant Bansheera told the Rangers that since they had destroyed her Skull Cavern, she would destroy their city, although the Skull Cavern was far from destroyed. (17:19)
  • Diabolico left his staff behind for no apparent reason. (20:07)

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