Jeff finds himself surrounded by aliens on a ship traveling in space.

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Stan Smith / Roger the Alien (voice)
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Francine Smith (voice) (credit only)
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Steve Smith (voice) (credit only)
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Hayley Smith / Hayley Shape-shifting Alien (voice)
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Klaus (voice) (credit only)
Mike Barker ...
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Alien (voice)
Alex Cuthbertson ...
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Jeff Fischer ...
Jeff Fischer (voice)
Matt Fusfeld ...
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(voice) (as Peter Holmes)
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Emperor Zing (voice)
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Himself (voice)
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Jeff finds himself surrounded by aliens on a ship traveling in space.

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Animation | Comedy

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5 May 2013 (USA)  »

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Lyrics to the song sung by The Summoner to awaken The Majestic: A sight for sore eyes to the blind would be awful majestic It would be the most beautiful thing that they ever had seen It would cause such surprise, it would make all of their minds electric How could anyone tell them that some things are not what they seem In such disbelief, I thought I was asleep when I met you My heart liquefied and I sighed, oh this must be a dream" If I forget to set the alarm and sleep on through the dawn, don't remind me I'd rather be dreaming of someone than living alone If you're searching the lines for a point, well you've probably missed it There was never anything there in the first place See more »

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References Lost in Space (1965) See more »

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At Sea
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This was the finest episode of the series
11 May 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I've always gotten a bad reaction from people when I say this but I still stand by it: when a cartoon has a memorable musical number in it, people tend to severely overrate the episode and consider it the best entry. I could list over a dozen examples off the top of my head but that's not the direction I want this review to head in. My point is that I consider this the best episode of the series and it has nothing to do with the song featured in it - even though it was a wonderful piece.

Lost in Space was artistic, the story was touching, and part of it was shocking to me. I never would have imagined that a Jeff-episode would have won me over so well. It's already been stated by numerous people but this episode was very imaginative. The characters and setting were creative and fascinating. The romantic plot was enjoyable - sweet but sad.

The thing that won me over the most was how Roger ended up being tied into it. I absolutely loved the "decider" episode and they took it to a whole new level with this one - the twist made me gasp. Brilliant script.


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