The "multi-generational cast credits" sequence has the credit shot of Audri DuBois taken from the special effects materials used to make up her "morphing" into the ancient Sabertooth Tiger. The unaired pilot actually had its own opening credits sequence (which wasn't included in the version shown here), which did not use this shot. As such, Audri's is the only one of the shots used in this sequence to not be taken from an actual opening credits sequence.
Thie editing to the original version of the pilot drops in audio lines from the REGULAR version of "Day of the Dumpster", to cover the lack of a trademark over the word "Droid" instead of "Zord". This creates a pretty obvious mistake when Thuy Trang's Trini voice appears during the Zord combination scene, followed immediately by that of the Pilot Trini, Audri DuBois!
Justin Nimmo (Zhane, the Silver Ranger) is included with the Blue Rangers in the group-cast shots at the start of the special.
How were the Galactabeasts able to transform into the Galactazords and form the Galaxy Megazord by themselves? In the past the Rangers had always needed to be present.
It's never explained how, in "Quasar Quest (2)", the entire world of Mirinoi was turned completely to stone, and yet, in this episode, only Maya's village and its people are affected, with the rest of the world back to normal, and foliage even overgrowing the stoned area!
When the Scorpion Stinger rammed the Astro Megaship, Damon was shown being thrown across the bridge with Karone, however a few seconds later he was shown getting up from where he was standing previously.
Kegler is never shown being destroyed when the Scorpion Stinger crashes, though considering Trakeena was injured, he probably fared no better.
Goof - Trakeena's mole next to her nose seems to switch from her right side to the left during her speech to the Stingwingers. Probably due to reversing the footage.
The new world has a moon. Mirinoi, in "Quasar Quest", had no moon. Not to mention there's never a clear explaination for how Mirinoi moved from the multi-colored Lost Galaxy to the normal, bland-black universe space.
The 3D chess from Star Trek is seen been played ,
When Trakeena destroys Captain Mutiny's castle, she says, "There's only one ruler in this universe... and that's me!" This doesn't make much sense since there's no indication that the Lost Galaxy was somehow located outside of the rest of the universe. Apparently, the mistake was picked up behind the scenes because the "previously on" recap from the next episode features Trakeena saying a much more sensible line: "There's only one ruler in this galaxy... and that's me!"
Defender Torozord's size is far too large in this episode to ever support it having been on Terra Venture.
INCORRECTLY REGARDED: Mike floating in space with no powers, but survives. PR has a history of bending the rules of reality when it comes to air on the moon, and even air in space (such as in "Carlos On Call"). But a number of things could explain it, such as an "air pocket" surrounding him, or even residual energies of the MD powers protecting him.
Both times that the Galactabeasts arise the Condor is blue instead of green.
Leo calls out "Galaxy Megazord Saber, online", even though the Zords had yet to even combine at that point.
Just after Magna Defender arrived with Torozord, he called for "Mega Defender transform" and merged with Torozord. However this command had always had him enlarge, whereas "Defender Torozord" was used to combine.
For some reason, the Rangers crystals produced the regular Quasar Launchers rather than the Galaxy Quasar Launchers.
Some of the streaks of light went unaccounted for by the end of the episode.
When Hexuba arrives, Mike acts like they've never met before (Even exclaiming "Whos-uba?"), despite the fact that he fought with her in the previous episode.
Despite never learning his name, nor facing him prior, Damon exclaims Teksa's like he's fought the monster personally.
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