|This article is about a/an episode in Power Rangers in Space, the last installment in the Zordon Era.|
A Line In The Sand is the forty-first episode of Power Rangers in Space.
A dark and sinister Humvee stalks each of the Power Rangers while they're on Earth enjoying their civilian lives, teleporting them to a barren desert in the middle of nowhere with no way to contact the Megaship.
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- Tracy Lynn Cruz as Ashley Hammond (Yellow Space Ranger)
- Patricia Ja Lee as Cassie Chan (Pink Space Ranger)
- Christopher Khayman Lee as Andros (Red Space Ranger)
- Justin Nimmo as Zhane (Silver Space Ranger)
- Roger Velasco as Carlos Vallerte (Black Space Ranger)
- Selwyn Ward as T.J. Johnson (Blue Space Ranger)
- Donene Kistler as Alpha 6
- Wendee Lee as Alpha 6 (voice)
- Julie Maddalena as D.E.C.A.
- Melody Perkins as Astronema
- Danny Stallcup as Ecliptor
- Walter Lang as Ecliptor (voice)
- Kenny Graceson as Elgar
- Derek Stephen Prince as Elgar & Tankenstein (voice)
- Final appearance of the Mega Voyager, which is destroyed.
- This marks the first time a Megazord is destroyed one episode after another one was.
- The mech fight footage against Tankenstein is from the final Denji Sentai Megaranger episode "Final Ep.: Seize it! Our Diplomas". The usage of the final battle footage from the final Megaranger in this episode allows for the PR equivalent to create its own ending.
- Despite Tankenstein being made to grow in the desert, the Zord fight took place in the city.
- it's unknown why the Rangers didn't attempt to morph after being transported to the desert.
- For some reason Zhane didn't summon the Mega Winger to assist in the fight against Giant Tankenstein
- Ashley stated that, following the Mega Voyager's destruction, all the Rangers had left was the Astro Megaship, completely forgetting about the Mega Winger.
- In one scene, the Mega Voyager was missing an arm. The reason behind this error is due to the footage of the Mega Voyager's left arm getting blasted off in the Megaranger version was cut from the American adaption.