Although overall the acting was terrible at best, and the plot was worn thin in the first 3 minutes of each episode, this show had a certain charm that was more than endearing. Jay Robinson was an absolute genius of a character actor who carried the show with all the style and substance befitting only the greatest of classic horror films. Images of Billy Barty rubbing his little hands together in prospect of finally catching the "Shrinkies" still haunts my nightmares even to this day. The show so was riddled with poor attempts at special effects that even without the actors bad taste in clothing & haircuts, it screams 1970's kitsch through and through.
Still, an unmissable classic Krofft masterpiece.