Dr. Smith ends up in a boxing match with some space gladiators. If he wins he will return to earth and if he loses it won't matter because earth won't be there.

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Dr. Smith ends up in a boxing match with some space gladiators. If he wins he will return to earth and if he loses it won't matter because earth won't be there.

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2 November 1966 (USA)  »

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When Dr Smith lays down on the table for a massage from the robot, the towel around his neck changes between camera shots, as does the height of the robots arms. See more »

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Myko (Mike Kellin) Is Outstanding!
9 November 2016 | by See all my reviews

John Robinson is asked to fight in the games of Gamma Six.

Mike Kellin (Myko) is outstanding in this episode of Lost In Space. For the most part Kellin plays the role totally straight but there is the odd moment where he gets caught up in Smith's silly-ness. Kellin's facial expressions and dialogue are very memorable.

If I remember correctly, he was interviewed in the late 1970s about this episode and he made some comment about not being too thrilled with the girly looking costume he was required to wear in The Deadly Games Of Gamma Six.

The Wheel Of Life prop seen in this episode would return in several other Irwin Allen hours, I seem to remember it appearing in Time Tunnel's The Kidnappers? Maybe also the Batman (1966) episode titled The Joker's Flying Saucer? It went all over the place.

I am not going to do episode reviews of the following four LIS episodes (The Thief Of Outer Space, Curse Of Cousin Smith, West Of Mars and A Visit To Hades) as they are just too hard to review. To watch these four episodes you need to get into that campy children's fantasy world...with some screenings I could do that, while other times I could not? When I could they were great fun.


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