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Power Rangers S.P.D. (TV Series 2005) Poster

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Takes place 20 years after Power Rangers DinoThunder (2004).
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S.P.D. stands for Space Patrol Delta.
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The helmets used for the A-Squad Rangers (the ones admired by the starring Power Rangers around Jack and co.) are the helmets used in Power Rangers in Space (1998). Only the black PRiS-helmet was repainted to green.
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This is the first season of Power Rangers that features a female Red Ranger.
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According to Jason David Frank who played Tommy Oliver from previous Power Rangers series, he was never contacted to return for the annual team up of Rangers from this and the previous series (Power Rangers DinoThunder (2004).
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The show is based in the Japanese series Tokusou sentai Dekarenjâ (2004).
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The Omega Rangers SPD badge number is 11C-41B
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Matt Sadowski's Bridge 'buttery' catchphrase was inspired from 'Robin Williams''s performance in Hook (1991).
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This is only series to have a human-like child villain. All human-like villains were adults or teenagers .
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Bruce Kalish successfully fought Disney to make the A-Squad Red Ranger female.
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Bullets and missiles are no longer allowed to be shown in Power Rangers under new guidelines from Disney/ABC. In the original Japanese footage the Red Rangers guns and the Blue Rangers Zord both fire bullets at the villains. However in the US version these are edited to look like lasers instead. If you look closely you can sometimes see smoke coming out of the Red Rangers Delta Blasters, even though he's only supposed to be firing lasers.
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This marks the first time that a human-like villain does not turn good.
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This is the third season the Deviot monster has appeared in an episode. The other two being from Power Rangers Lost Galaxy (1999) as Deviot, and the Power Rangers Wild Force (2002) episodes, "Reinforcements from the Future" part 1 and 2.
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This is the only time the monsters don't grow into giant forms when battling the rangers but instead use a giant robot.
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This marks the fist time since "Power Rangers Lost Galaxy" (1999)_, that the villains are an intergalactic being.
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The only Disney-made season of the franchise where all of the main actors were all American or Canadian.
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Originally the producers wanted to make Jack's counterpart a girl (Which would have given us the first female Red to have the title for an entire season), but Disney Vetoed the idea.
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Disney wanted to save money and didn't want to hire a seventh starring actor, so it was written in that, Sam the Omega Ranger, as a side effect of time travelling, he was either stuck in his suit or transformed into a ball of light. This meant he was played on set by a stuntman in a bulky helmet and had his dialogue recorded later in ADR, making interaction between him and the other characters incredibly awkward. Apparently, the crew was so frustrated by this that they tended to write around Sam as often as possible; they probably would have written him out entirely if not for stock footage constraints. Bruce Kalish has said that Sam could have been handled better.
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Bridge wears gloves to hide Matt Sadowski's tattoos.
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The first Power Ranger season produced by Disney/ABC to feature a theme song composed and performed by Ron Wasserman. He had composed and performed the theme songs for the first four Power Rangers shows produced by Saban: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (1993), Power Rangers Zeo (1996), Power Rangers Turbo (1997) and Power Rangers in Space (1998).
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A film that would take place after the series and would involve Jack rejoining the team was considered, but Disney rejected the idea.
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Greg Aronowitz designed a lot of the alien makeup for background characters on his own time and dime.
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While all the other rangers contain the English numbers 1-5 the omega ranger has the Roman numberal for 6 representing he is from the future and was not intended for their present day b-squad.
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According to both Brandon Jay McLaren and Greg Aronowitz, Cory Monteith auditioned for Jack Landors / The S.P.D. Red Ranger, While Chris Violette also auditioned for the character as well and McLaren was giving a choice for either Jack or Bridge Carson / The S.P.D. Green Ranger.
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This is the first Power Rangers series to feature a team of fully evil Power Rangers. While previous series had featured evil Rangers they were usually clones, under mind control or otherwise mirror images.
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