Lost in Space

Season 3 Episode 23

The Great Vegetable Rebellion

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Aired Wednesday 7:30 PM Feb 28, 1968 on CBS
5.5
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Doctor Smith uses the space pod to land on a planet that the Jupiter 2 is passing by. It turns out that on this planet, plants are the highest form of life and some of them are quite intelligent. One of these plants, a large carrot, captures Smith and tries to change him into a plant.

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  • The silliest episode of a silly series

    1.0
    TV Guide, however, listed it #79 of the 100 Best Episodes of All Time, ourranking "City on the Edge of Forever" from Star Trek. I think they were being facetious. This episode offended me even as a child.
  • a the best episode of the third season

    9.0
    the great vegetable rebellion has always been one of my favorite episodes of the third season. the silliness, campy plots and absurd aliens typify what this season was all about. yes its bad but so bad its good in the way the show progressed. from the robot cake to the plant voices and tybo, willoughby and dr smith transformed into celery,campy to the point of having the main shut off saying just that. classic LIS. .moreless
  • Historically Awful

    2.0
    This episode has gone down in television history as one of the worst things ever created. Dr. Smith goes down to a planet to get the robot flowers for his birthday. While picking the flowers Dr. Smith is captured and turned into a giant celery stalk by a walking talking carrot that is the king of all the plants.
  • Ok, I'm sorry, but this was just BAD.

    3.0
    I don't know how it gets worse than this. I am the world's biggest fan of Lost In Space, but really... talking carrots? After watching The Great Vegetable Rebellion, I didn't eat carrots for two years! (Yes, I'm completely and utterly serious.) I have to say, though, even if it was an awful plot with a terrible script and, of course, those wonderful special effects, it was very true to the spirit of Lost In Space. Just crazy, ridiculous fun. If anything, I got a good laugh out of Tybo, and the people-eating lettuce.



    But still. As far as actually GOOD? No way. As far as fun? Definitely.moreless
  • I love this episode and i dont know why people dont like it. I love Tybo the giant carrot.

    9.5
    I love this episode and i dont know why people dont like it. I love Tybo the giant carrot. there are many episodes that are worse than this one like the dream monster (this is the whorst episode) and there are many that arnt as good as this lovely episode.
Stanley Adams

Stanley Adams

Tybo

Guest Star

James Millhollin

James Millhollin

Willoughby the Llama

Guest Star

Jeffrey Trayler

Jeffrey Trayler

Mulch Pit Monster (uncredited)

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Dick Tufeld

Dick Tufeld

The Robot (voice)

Recurring Role

Bob May

Bob May

The Robot

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