Several times during this episode (and the next), the wings of Agrios' jet armor bend like rubber.
Before leaving the command center, Ronny calls Benglo "Bengalo".
Tyzonn says that the Octavian Chalice might 'lead to a jewel' rather than 'lead to the jewel' since all but one of the Corona jewels are now accounted for.
When looking at the picture of Andrew and Mack, Dax says that it is strange that Mack doesn't have a shadow. Yet, if you look at the picture, neither does Andrew.
Like the first three jewels of the Corona Aurora, the fourth jewel is not in its original diamond shape seen in "Kick into Overdrive (1)". However, this jewel does have one of the original five colors.
Why didn't Tyzonn summon the Flashpoint Megazord against Datun?
If Kamdor wanted the jewel so much, why did he give up on it once he realized that it had been stolen from him. Also, how come Kamdor didn't realize Ronny stole the jewel right away? It was in his hand, and then not, how could you not notice that?
When did the Florida Everglades get mountains? Better yet, when did FLORIDA get mountains?
You would think that someone who's smart enough to create an android, give him memories of the past, and make him look and feel human, would remember to photoshop in a shadow.
Rose mentions to Mr. Hartford that the Sentinel Knight was turned evil, even though the rangers couldn't have known about that since they were in Egypt
It is never explained how the Sentinel Knight escaped the Fearcats' brainwashing.
Ronny, despite having nearly all of her energy drained, is entirely back to normal in the next scene, despite no time passing. It can't be that her energy was restored to her, since the egg she was powering is used by Moltor immediately afterwards.
When the Battlefleet Megazord used its roller attack on the Cybernetic Rex for the second time, an image of a lava pit could briefly be seen.
In "Man of Mercury" (2), Tyzonn was able to defeat both Fearcats easily. But in this episode, he can barely handle Mig, even with Mack, Dax and Rose's help.
The 'genetic power' effect is shown when Mack moves the boulder, but Mack's strength isn't genetic (as we learn in the next episode).
It's never explained why the Fearcats needed Ronny specifically to power the egg.
Tyzonn's stomach pains switch from his right side in the Sentai footage, to his left in the unmorphed stuff.
When Tyzonn is removing the spike from Norg's foot, the bottom of his foot changes from generic black padding (which the actor was likely walking on) to a finely detailed design (meant only for close ups), then back again between shots.
In previous episodes, Alpha's visor lights would only activate when he was speaking, but in this episode they are active all the time (Even when Alpha isn't speaking).
When Mack slashes Vulturus in half and he explodes, large chunks of his body are left as debris, littering the battlefield. Yet he's back in one piece, wandering around the city in the next scene.
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