Power Rangers

Season 7 Episode 1

Quasar Quest (1)

1
Aired Saturday 12:00 PM Feb 06, 1999 on Nickelodeon
9.2
out of 10
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Episode Summary

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The space colony of Terra Venture prepares to leave Earth in order to seek out and populate a new world. Young adult Leo Corbett stows-away onboard to join his big brother, Mike, second-in-command of the operation. But en route, Leo ends up smack in the middle of the crew's dangerous lunar training mission! Meanwhile, a galaxy away, the planet Mirinoi becomes the focus of an invasion by the evil general Furio and his Stingwingers. Will he steal the ancient Quasar Sabers, or can native girl Maya somehow manage to obtain help intergalactically?moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • It was new season...

    9.0
    I found this not good like the last year... Perhaps because the last one was so beautiful and great but I think this was the last season I watched as a kid... I found it good all the same and if it would have been two years after Power Rangers in Space I would have loved it like this last one... This episod is the first and allowed us to know who were the Power Rnagers the big villains chief and what are the new arms and new monsters... The new villains chief was nice because it was a girl again lol... The next seasons after these last two ones aren't be good so I stopped watch Power Rangers...moreless
Ed Neil

Ed Neil

Guard #1

Guest Star

Sebastien Guy Priddle

Sebastien Guy Priddle

Guard #2

Guest Star

Kelly Ann Kelso

Kelly Ann Kelso

Little Girl

Guest Star

Tom Whyte

Tom Whyte

Commander Stanton

Recurring Role

Tom Wyner

Tom Wyner

Furio (voice)

Recurring Role

Russell Lawrence

Russell Lawrence

Mike Corbett

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (2)

  • QUOTES (1)

    • Bulk: I'm telling you Professor, I've got a funny feeling that we are forgetting something.
      Professor Phenomenus: Perhaps you're right. Toothpaste?
      Bulk: Toothpaste.
      Professor Phenomenus: Underwear?
      Bulk: Underwear.
      Professor Phenomenus: Anti-alien gel?
      Bulk: (gasps)
      Professor Phenomenus: (gasps)
      Bulk, Professor Phenomenus: SKULL!!

  • NOTES (9)

    • Furio is a repainted version of Megaranger (the series that Power Rangers in Space obtained its footage from) villain Dr. Hinelar's monster form.

    • Available in North America on the "Power Rangers Lost Galaxy" VHS.

    • None of the Rangers appear morphed in this episode, as they won't gain the ability to until the next episode.

    • In production, this season was made under the assumption that it took place 5 to 10 years following the end of PRiS. Over the course of the series, the time lapse grew shorter and vaguer. As it stands, this season took place "in the not-too-distant future", just like the classic series "Mystery Science Theater 3000". But obviously before PRLR.

    • Bulk (Paul Schrier) and Prof. Phenomenus (Jack Banning) appear on the opening credits together, for the first and only time. They won't be back on the show until "Stolen Beauty". Skull (Jason Narvy) makes his last regular appearance on the show. But he'll be back in PRWF's "Forever Red".

    • This episode features the first appearance of the Quasar Sabers, the planet Mirinoi, Furio, and the Stingwingers.

    • Damon (Reggie Rolle) is credited on the opening, but does not appear in this episode.

    • This was the first Power Rangers Series to use the Super Sentai Formula of changing to an entirely new cast of heroes each year.

    • POWER RANGERS LOST GALAXY begins with this episode.

  • ALLUSIONS (2)

    • GSA Soldier Uniform: N/A
      The soldier uniforms used by the GSA Troops weren't a "ripoff" of the soldier uniforms from the 1997 Paul Verhoeven movie "Starship Troopers", as many think. They were the ACTUAL costumes, on loan to the production company!

    • Segment in the third act: N/A
      Leo's space shuttle flight to Terra Venture, from its use of the Blue Danube Waltz, to the style of the photography, is an homage to Dr. Haywood Floyd's shuttle flight to the space station in the 1968 Stanley Kubrick epic film, "2001: a space odyssey".

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