The Robinsons take a boy home to his planet and come across a spaceship that is a space lighthouse. The boy gets angry when they tell him they don't have enough fuel to get him home.

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The Robinsons take a boy home to his planet and come across a spaceship that is a space lighthouse. The boy gets angry when they tell him they don't have enough fuel to get him home.

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18 October 1967 (USA)  »

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Guest star salaries (actual salary, and adjusted for inflation): Lou Wagner received $850 ($6336.21) /6 days, Woodrow Parfrey - $1500 ($11,000)/5 days, Kenya Coburn - $200 ($1490.87)/1 day. See more »

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When John Robinson first enters F-12, the automated lighthouse's recording gives the lift-off departure date of the Jupiter 2 as 'September 18, 1997', whilst in the series' first episode, the date is given as October 16, 1997. See more »

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Starring Guy Williams And Composer Joe Mullendore
25 May 2007 | by See all my reviews

On a lost planet, the Robinson's find a lost boy, pointed eared J-5, and take him on board the Jupiter 2, which then blasts off into space. Once on board it becomes obvious that J-5 has strange powers that deeply concern Will Robinson.

An all-round good episode from the mighty teaser at the start, to the space action in act two, to the "relaxed" acting from Guy Williams on the space station.

However, the sometimes uplifting Mullendore score is 50% of the episode's appeal. Too bad all his 1960s TV scores were not as good as this one.


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