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Lost In Space S02 – Storyline:
Lost In Space season two on Netflix At the start of the second season, the repaired Jupiter 2 launches into space once more, to escape the destruction of Priplanus following a series of cataclysmic earthquakes. The Robinsons crash-land on a strange new world, to become planet-bound again for another season.
Lost in Space is remembered for the Robot’s oft-repeated lines such as “Warning! Warning!” and “It does not compute” Smith’s frequent put-downs of the Robot were also popular, and Jonathan Harris was proud to talk about how he used to lie in bed at night dreaming them up for use on the show. “You Bubble-headed Booby!”, “Cackling Cacophony”, “Tin Plated Traitor”, “Blithering Blatherskyte”, and “Traitorous Transistorized Toad” are but a few alongside his trademark lines: “Oh, the pain … the pain!” and “Never fear, Smith is here!” One of Jonathan Harris‘s last roles was providing the voice of the illusionist praying mantis “Manny” in Disney‘s A Bug’s Life, in which Harris used “Oh, the pain … the pain!” near the end of the film.
Lost In Space – Season 2 Review:
Growing up watching the first series, i used to be surprised to ascertain a reboot on Netflix, I find dr. Smith’s character convincingly repulsive. She manifests all the characteristics of somebody who has an an addictive personality and is asocial. Will may be a suprisingly good young actor. i’m not disappointed and hope for a second season. it’s something that brings me back to my youth; completing my homework so I could watch Lost in Space on a 10″ today tv.. Rubricator