Sorry to correct you, but The Great Vegetable Rebellion was next to last. The Junkyard of Space was the last episode aired. I remember being very sad when LIS went off, now, I can't even bear to watch most of the episodes. Only a few, The first part of the first season, The Keeper and Visit to a Hostile Planet are worth re-watching.
--- On Fri, 4/1/11, Jeffrey <jpmotis@...> wrote:
From: Jeffrey <jpmotis@...>
Subject: Re: [science-fiction] Operation Annhilate
Date: Friday, April 1, 2011, 1:07 AM
Prehaps being at the end of the season was a contributer. The Great Vegtable Rebellion of Lost In Space was the last episode of the last season. Even though 29 episodes may not have been a long run for a time where some hour shows were doing 32 or more, Trek had comparatively more varied dialog then many. The nature of the show did not leave too much room for stock structure. One of the main characters saying get the sheriff Clem or stable my horse Josh just wouldn't fit. They did create some of their own stock situations and formulas, but in the first season they were not as plentiful. Character writing was not that plentiful either. There were many stereotypes, but not so many characters.
--- In email@example.com, dizzheart@... wrote:
> It's also the one we called 'the flying pancakes one'. It's among my
> least favorites, not because of the parasite concept, but because of the poor
> writing for the characters.
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