|This article is about a/an episode in Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue.|
The higher command of Lightspeed, led by General McKnight, wants to eliminate the human error factor of protecting Mariner Bay. A team of robotic Lightspeed Rescue Rangers, known as the Cyborg Rangers, are dispatched to do the job, when the human Rangers are relieved of duty after failing against the Strikning monster. But thanks to the demon's lightning strikes, the Cyborgs malfunction and turn against their controler! Can the replaced Rangers come out of retirement in time to save the city from its own technology?
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- Sean Cw Johnson as Carter Grayson (Red Lightspeed Ranger)
- Michael Chaturantabut as Chad Lee (Blue Lightspeed Ranger)
- Keith Robinson as Joel Rawlings (Green Lightspeed Ranger)
- Sasha Craig as Kelsey Winslow (Yellow Lightspeed Ranger)
- Alison MacInnis as Dana Mitchell (Pink Lightspeed Ranger)
- Ron Rogge as Captain William Mitchell
- Monica Louwerens as Angela Fairweather
- Neil Kaplan as Diabolico (voice)
- David Lodge as Loki (voice)
- Kim Strauss as Jinxer (voice)
- Jennifer L. Yen as Vypra
- Brianne Siddall as Impus (voice)
- David Weisberg as Dr. Harlen
- Bert Kramer as General McKnight
- Eddie Frierson as Strikning (voice)
- Michael R Bowman as Base Tech Adams (Uncredited)
- A human face is clearly seen when the Red Cyborg lowers his visor.
- The robots Rangers are called cyborgs, when android should have been more accurate. A cyborg is typically half organic and half mechanical.
- Despite General McKnight calling the Rangers kids they're more like adults. As said about Ryan being 20 years old later on.
- The scene where General McKnight angrily smacks his baton, he starts turning around as he did moments earlier, indicated that the shots had been altered. This is most likely due to bad editing.
- This episode has a similar plot to Ep. 5: Finish It! This Is an Underhanded Battle from Denji Sentai Megaranger in the sense where the higher-ups of the organization the team worked for attempts to intervene due to the lack of confidence of their ability to defeat the enemy. The only difference is their attempt to gain control of the team's mecha by installing an AI System, which like in this episode, their plan backfires forcing the team to regain control.
- Ep. 8: Rescue Sentai Activity Suspended - Super Sentai counterpart in GoGoFive. See comparison page. (fight footage and story)
- Ep. 46: The Flame-Throwing Firefighter Robo - Super Sentai counterpart in GoGoFive. See comparison page. (story)
- Ep. 5: Finish It! This Is an Underhanded Battle - Super Sentai counterpart in Megaranger. See comparison page. (story)
|List of Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue episodes|
1: Operation Lightspeed • 2: Lightspeed Teamwork • 3: Trial By Fire • 4: Riding the Edge • 5: A Matter of Trust • 6: Wheels of Destruction • 7: Cyborg Rangers • 8: Up to the Challenge • 9: Go Volcanic • 10: Rising From Ashes • 11: From Deep in the Shadows • 12: Truth Discovered • 13: Ryan's Destiny • 14: Curse of the Cobra • 15: Strength of the Sun • 16: The Cobra Strikes • 17: Olympius Ascends • 18: A Face from the Past • 19: The Queen's Return • 20: The Omega Project • 21: The Fifth Crystal • 22: The Chosen Path • 23: Yesterday Again • 24: As Time Runs Out • 25: In the Freeze Zone • 26: The Mighty Mega Battles • 27: The Great Egg Caper • 28: Ocean Blue • 29 & 30: Trakeena's Revenge • 31: The Last Ranger • 32: Sorcerer of the Sands • 33: Olympius Unbound • 34: Neptune's Daughter • 35: Web War • 36: In the Limelight • 37: Wrath of the Queen • 38: Rise of the Super Demons • 39 & 40: The Fate of Lightspeed
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