Type
Scripted
Premiered
Sep. 15, 1965
Status
Canceled/Ended
Runtime
60 min.
Country
USA
Network
CBS TV Network

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Lost in Space

In the year 1997, Earth is suffering from massive overpopulation. Professor John Robinson, his wife Maureen, their children (Judy, Penny and Will) and Major Don West are selected to go to the third planet in the Alpha Centauri star system to establish a colony.

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03x24 The Junkyard of Space Aired: Mar. 06, 1968

The Jupiter must land, to repair a fuel tank that is causing fires. But first, someone must explore a cosmic cloud with the space pod to verify …

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The show had 3 seasons and 83 episodes air between 1965 and 1968.

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  • Goof (revealing mistake): John and Don visit the meteorological station bundled in parkas and talk about the cold dropping to -150 degrees by the morning, but they are clearly sweating in all…
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    Goof (revealing mistake): John and Don visit the meteorological station bundled in parkas and talk about the cold dropping to -150 degrees by the morning, but they are clearly sweating in all their close-ups. Meanwhile, everyone else is at base camp in shirt sleeves, including Will who joins up with the men.
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  • Although the Robinsons take off in the Jupiter II, they take flight in the Gemini XII in the pilot episode "Lost in Space" (1965) {No Place to Hide (#1.0)} (the name change meant that the…
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    Although the Robinsons take off in the Jupiter II, they take flight in the Gemini XII in the pilot episode "Lost in Space" (1965) {No Place to Hide (#1.0)} (the name change meant that the original pilot could never be aired).
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  • The Robot identifies itself in "Lost in Space" (1965) {The Colonists (#2.25)} as "I am a Robot of the Class M3, programed to provide information and support to all Jupiter personnel" in reply…
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    The Robot identifies itself in "Lost in Space" (1965) {The Colonists (#2.25)} as "I am a Robot of the Class M3, programed to provide information and support to all Jupiter personnel" in reply to a query from the Noble Niolani. This has taken by many to a model number, not the least of whom was the Japanese toy company Masudaya, which called its 1968 LIS robot toys "Robot YM-3" (Y being a prefix for prototype aircraft using by the USAF), but it's more likely a sly dig at Star Trek: The Original Series, which rated Earth-like planets as Class M. The LIS Environment Control Robot was designed to help replicate and maintain an environment as similar to that of Earth as possible, so it too would be optimized for Class M3 environmental control.
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