Time for Lightspeed

Episode Information

Power Rangers Time Force
Season 9

Title Card for “Time for Lightspeed”.
Episode #
Written by
Judd Lynn & Jackie Marchand
Directed by
Koichi Sakamoto
U.S. Premiere
Total U.S. airings
(list of airings)
Last U.S. airing
Tuesday, October 1, 2013
(on Nicktoons)
Tokusatsu footage
  • Timeranger # 2
Previous Episode
Beware the Knight
Cyclobots, Demon Warrior (blue), Demon Warrior (green), Demon Warrior (pink), Demon Warrior (red), Demon Warrior (yellow), Nadira, Quarganon, Ransik, Vypra


  • Vypra pursued Carter and Wes in the previously destroyed Vyprari. (11:26)
  • In a couple scenes, Dana didn’t appear to be Dana at all. (14:01)
  • When Jen, Lucas, Katie, and Trip were flipping over the camera right before destroying the last of Vypra’s henchmen, their karate cries weren’t their voices. They were those of Dana, Chad, Kelsey, and Joel, respectively. (17:08)
  • When the five powered-up Rangers blast Vypra and Quarganon, only two blasts are shown. (18:10)
  • The Time Force Rangers oddly gave the Lightspeed Rangers Time Force jackets, despite Wes never being shown to possess one. (19:06)
  • While the Time Force Rangers apparently had Time Force outfits in great supply, the Lightspeed Rescue jackets that the Lightspeed Rangers gave to the Time Force Rangers are the only ones known to exist. (19:25)
  • Shannon Welles is credited for her role as Grandmother Winslow, despite not appearing in the episode.


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