Smith lands the pod on a planet where plants are the highest form of intelligence next to the writer of this episode. The Robinsons lands only to be captured by Tybo a giant carrot. He ... See full summary »

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Smith lands the pod on a planet where plants are the highest form of intelligence next to the writer of this episode. The Robinsons lands only to be captured by Tybo a giant carrot. He plans to turn them into trees while Dr. Smith becomes a stalk of celery. Written by laird-3

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The script "Malice in Wonderland" was written as a sequel to this episode, in which Willoughby - who is depicted as a talking purple llama in the Gothic Comics adaptation - accidentally sends Will, his sister and Dr. Smith to Wonderland, where Smith appears in various guises including the Cheshire Cat himself. Because the fourth season was canceled, the sequel was never filmed, but the sci-pt has been recovered and is now being adapted by Gothic Comics. See more »

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During the cold open, it's mentioned twice that there is only vegetation on the planet and no animal life, yet when Smith lands, birds can be heard. See more »

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Referenced in Space Ghost Coast to Coast: Switcheroo (1997) See more »

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Goddard Got A Laugh...Nobody Else Did
6 December 2016 | by See all my reviews

The Robinsons and Smith find a talking carrot monster.

Whenever science fiction fans wish to attack Lost In Space this episode is always mentioned in the conversation. According to Jonathan Harris (Smith), this second last episode of LIS came about because the writer, Peter Packer, did not have another idea in his head. After three seasons of scripting the series, Packer just ran out of ideas.

Cast members report that they could not hold back laughter during this adventure and you will see Mark Godddard (Don) turning away from the camera for no reason (looking at nothing) because he just could not look at the carrot monster without laughing.

Guy Williams (John) and June Lockhart (Maureen) got in trouble with the producer for holding up filming by laughing all the time.

This hour is as bad as people say but worth a look for Goddard's above mentioned acting.


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