Why does it make sense to use the Goseiger suits over the Gokaiger ones? It's the 20th anniversary, so of course they'd use the suits that matched the same color scheme as the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, mirroring what Gokaiger did with the Himitsu Sentai Goranger colors! Not to mention the helmets look similar too, what with having animal motifs and sculpted mouths.
The term Megaforce sounds bland and generic, right? Well, the prefix "mega-" (meaning "million") is the metric (SI) prefix for 106. "6" equals the number of main members of Power Rangers Megaforce — the five core Rangers and Robo Knight. Additionally, most Power Rangers teams have typically consisted of six members (Five-Man Band plus the Sixth Ranger), including the Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers. Add those bits to the fact that Power Rangers Megaforce aligns with the franchise's 20th anniversary (and there's the likelihood that past Ranger powers will be used at some point, not to mention the possibility of cameos), and it truly feels like a "Mega Force" is being assembled.
The Goseiger suits have been confirmed to stay throughout both seasons, with Gokaiger's Silver joining in Season 2. Just like the Zyuranger suits & the White Dairanger suit in Mighty Morphin's second season!
Emma and Troy were affected by Dizchord's music more than the others because they are the Sky, ie air, rangers, and air is what allows sound to travel, so logically, they would be hypersensitive to it. note
This was, of course, precisely the case in the original Goseiger plot.
Why do Ernie and Mr Burley like Dizchord's music when everyone else hates it? People tend to favour the music of their generation. For these two it would have been rock and roll, not the pop music the kids of today listen to.
Umm..that sounded more like metal to me.
Gosei, the mentor of the Rangers, is described as Earth's Guardian. Think about it: this season is a Milestone Celebration, celebrating all the years the various Ranger teams have defended Earth from evil. What better mentor to have then than someone who is "of the Earth?"
The monster of the week of episode 3 is capable of converting people into Loogies by sneazing on them. Is it therefor possible that all of the Loogies are in fact assimilated people from other conquered planets?
Creepox's attack in Episode 7 had to have had a significant body count...
Episode 9's MoTW was absorbing electrical energy from cars, cellphones, kitchen appliances, etc. What would've happened if the energy was absorbed from hospitals? A lot of patients would've been dead...