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Full Exposure

Episode Information

Power Rangers Time Force Season 9

Title Card for "Full Exposure".
DVD Available from (off-site link)
Stream on
Amazon Video (off-site link)
Episode #
Written by
Judd Lynn & Jackie Marchand
Directed by
Worth Keeter
Original Air Date
Total U.S. airings
(list of airings)
Last aired
August 19, 2012
(on Nicktoons)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Dairanger #
    • 23
    • 27
  • Timeranger #
    • 8
    • 10
    • 40
Footage analysis
at SirStack’s Morphylogeny (off-site link)
(also, the pre-9/11 version (off-site link))
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Lovestruck Rangers
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Movie Madness Pt. 1
  • Artillicon
  • Cyclobots
  • Ironspike


  • After fighting Ironspike for an undetermined amount of time, Wes, Lucas, and Trip all joined Katie and Jen. However, moments later, still fighting Ironspike, Wes, and Trip seemingly joined the girls again. (00:53)
  • The photos that Mitch gave to his boss featured the Rangers fighting Chameliacon, a mutant they had yet to face. (01:42)
  • With the elevator in a freefall, Katie managed to stop it by merely grabbing on to the cables. However, when she let go, the elevator did not continue its fall. (15:04)
  • Katie seemed to only descend one flight of stairs to get from the 8th floor to the Lobby. (15:34)
  • The future computer erroneously said “Launch One & Two” when Time Flyers Two and Three were launching and “Launch Three & Four” when Time Flyers Four and Five were launching. (17:17)

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