Later, Geki would fight a giant monster again, now alone as Kamen Rider J.
Name's the Same: Isn't it weird how Hideki Fujiwara not only plays both the Blue Ranger for this series and a blue birdman in the previous series, but also how both of his characters are named Dan?
No Export for You: Averted. Normally, Sentai doesn't get a release outside of Asia in it's original form, with the Power Rangers adaptations released instead. But now Saban has agreed to let Shout Factory release Zyuranger on DVD.
Outside of the US and Canada, still played straight at the time of the above-mentioned release.
Prop Recycling: The Daizyujin cockpit set is in fact the Jet Icarus cockpit set from last season, redressed only a little. Also, the glowing blue atom model orb thing appears again, this time appearing in Witch Bandora's castle.
Trope Namer: Sixth Ranger, while now a recurring element in Sentai, had its in-series Codifier in Burai, so Burai, along with his counterpart Tommy Oliver, are acknowledged as the co-Trope Namers.
You Look Familiar: The child actress who played Clotho shows up in the final story arc as one of the schoolkids who adopt the dinosaur eggs.
This was one of the first Super Sentai in quite a while in which the Monsters of the Week actually got to have personalities instead of just being snarling beasts. This would become standard from then on.
The fact that Grifforzor and Lami repeatedly engage the rangers at giant size is quite unusual for Super Sentai villains; usually if a villain grows giant, they're going to die that episode.