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Lost in Space

Season 3 Episode 16

Target Earth

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Aired Wednesday 7:30 PM Jan 03, 1968 on CBS
7.7
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The space pod lands on a planet that is inhabited by creatures who all look alike but aspire to be different. They capture the Robinsons and make duplicates of them with the objective of using the duplicates to fly the Jupiter 2 back to Earth. Only Will is not duplicated and attempts to thwart their plan.

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  • i liked this one

    7.5
    other than the fact this episode has look a likes just like the last one, it was a pretty good one. usual set of circumstances the family gets in trouble, robot gets taken over by aliens, will and dr smith have to save the day, dr smith wants to get back to earth so bad he almost screws everything up. aliens fly J2 back to earth. will fly's J2 back to alien plant to save family. all ends well. if the aliens really make it back to earth why couldn't the J2 crew just follow the path back to earth. lots of good shots of miniatures flying, the J2, the pod, the earth missiles. all in all one of the better ones the 3rd season got to offer so farmoreless
  • one of the better third season episodes

    8.0
    pretty good plot by peter packer,lots of flying action of the jupiter 2. of course, they always land perfectly on the circle (except when don does his usual crash landing). dr. smith is in top form, as is the robot.



    clones take over the j2 and fly back to earth while all the time dodging the stock footage of the missles attacking. will and dr. smith save the day as they pose as clones and thwart the evil mission by the aliens who want to be different.moreless
Jim Gosa

Jim Gosa

Gilt Proto

Guest Star

Brent Davis

Brent Davis

Mike Officer (uncredited)

Guest Star

Thant Brann

Thant Brann

Officer (uncredited)

Guest Star

Dick Tufeld

Dick Tufeld

The Robot (voice)

Recurring Role

Bob May

Bob May

The Robot

Recurring Role

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