In this episode, Will, Dr. Smith, and the Robot come across a statue of the Robot that has been erected some 300 years in the future. The statue is dedicated to a "Cybernetic Hero". The Robot starts singing, "I'm a Cybernetic Hero" to the tune of "I've Been Working on the Railroad". Dr. Smith responds with one of his many insults to the Robot by calling him a "Cybernetic Simpleton". Written by
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The Robot's statement, "There are more jamming potentials on this planet, Will Robinson, than can be computed by my computer banks," is a variation of, "There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, / Than are dreamt of in your philosophy," from Hamlet, Act 1, scene 5. See more
One of the illusions claims to be Dr. Smith's Great-Great-Grandson. Instead of remembering that he hasn't had any children, Dr. Smith simply accepts this. See more