Doctor Smith creates an android that they teach to be more human. A humanoid shows up looking for payment for the android.

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Will Robinson (as Billy Mumy)
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Verda
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Mr. Zumdish
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Doctor Smith creates an android that they teach to be more human. A humanoid shows up looking for payment for the android.

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26 October 1966 (USA)  »

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This was the first appearance of Mr. Zumdish, Manager of the Celestial Department Store, and the Android Verda. See more »

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Should Of Been Called: Mr Zumdish
9 November 2016 | by See all my reviews

Verda, a female android, appears on the lost planet and she soon displays human emotions.

A very hard episode to review as my view of it changes with each screening. You need to get into that campy child-like fantasy world to like this hour. Sometimes I can do that while other times I can't.

But there is no question that the humanoid character of Mr Zumdish (Fritz Feld) is funny every time I re-watch this colourful episode of Lost In Space.

I can't call The Android Machine a favourite but it is more pleasing than some of the later second season episodes.


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