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The DriveMax Ultrazord returns to normal size though is not shown.
Even though Mia Koning's character, Zoey, was directly named on the show and had several business cards with her name in big letters, she was credited simply as "Pretty Girl"
Flurious stated several times that he intended to drive his robot alone, but he had built in two seats and sets of controls.
Hartford acts like Power Rangers appearing on TV is something never done before, despite the fact this is the second time a team has been on television.
Mig and Benglo's voices are briefly flipped immediately after their transformation into cyborgs.
James Gaylyn is credited as voicing Cheetar, despite only appearing in the recap of last episode.
Tyzonn's morphing stance movements are the exact same as those used by the primary three Rangers during PRDT, despite his not having any connection to, or knowledge of that team. Similarly, his bracelet, first seen in "Face to Face II", is identical in style and color to the ones the DinoThunder team used for their Dino Gems.
Clearly Rose has an amazing power of foresight, as she realises that there's another faction of jewel hunters even though the description of 'beast' could easily apply to a monster sent down by Moltor, Flurious or Kamdor and Miratrix.
Why do the Rangers take the Sharc to Brazil, but then drive their regular vehicles to reach the campsite? It's not covered in jungle, it's in an OPEN SPACE with plenty room to land in.
After Tyzonn dumps lemonade on the parchment, it is only wet in the close-up shots. In all the others, it looks dry and stiff.
Just like the first jewel of the Corona Aurora, the second jewel is no longer in its diamond shaped form that was seen in the flashback in "Kick Into Overdrive (1)".
Despite having been shattered and merely glued back together, Tyzonn's crystal is seamlessly restored. There isn't the slightest crack visible on it. Wouldn't the smarter move have been to have the jewels restore it magically too, instead of gluing?
When Tyzonn is thanked by Hartford for giving him the jewel, it's Hartford's voice that responds that it was his pleasure, not Tyzonn's.
Coordinates 69.3 S by 175.6 E marks an ocean location about 170 miles off the coast of Antarctica directly below New Zealand. The location the Rangers travel to however is clearly not located that far south since there is green vegetation scattered across the island, which would be impossible to survive that far south.
Spencer's statement about the mansion having 27 bathrooms doesn't seem to fit with the exterior appearance of the mansion. Unless there are additional below-ground rooms other than the headquarters, or the mansion is longer than it is wide, Spencer would imply that over half of the rooms in the mansion are bathrooms.
When Moltor attacks Mack, the sword on his back wobbles from side to side, like it's made of rubber.
In the scene when the Hartford Industries employees are transporting the scale, it shows Japanese footage of their truck being at the dock. When Moltor attacks, it cuts to the men getting out of the truck and running away, clearly a green landscape behind them where the sea is supposed to be.
Just before Mack pulls the Rangers up from the cliff, the 'genetic power' effect is shown however as we learn later in the season, his super strength is not actually a genetic enhancement.
In "Kick Into Overdrive (1)" it was clearly shown that the five jewels of the Corona Aurora were diamond shaped and each one was colored with one of the Rangers colors. However, now the first jewel is a pearl, white and round.
Rose claims ghosts don't exist. Yet, she and the rest of the team were convinced to be Rangers by the ghost of the Sentinel Knight in the first episode.
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