You rate the episodes from 1 (Terrible) to 5 (Excellent) in the space provided next to each episode. That’s right, you decide if “The Great Vegetable Rebellion” is better or worse than “West of Mars”. Frankly, I love them all, watched every day after school as a child. The color of the border tells you the broadcast season: Green is season 1 Orange is season 2 Fushia is Season 3 Lets see how much you remember: 1) In the un-aired pilot episode the spaceship was not called the Jupiter II. What was the original name of the spaceship? 2) In the pilot, the ship was shown to only have one single deck, yet when the series started a lower living area had been added. In what episode was the Jupiter II shown to have a third, lower deck which functioned as an engine room? 3) What two regular series characters were absent from the original pilot? 4) Does the robot have a name? 5) What fuel powers the main engines of the Jupiter II? 6) Who is Tybo? 7) Here is an easy one: where was the Jupiter II originally headed? 8) Both the Lost-In-Space robot and the robot from the movie “Forbidden Planet” (Robbie) were designed by Robert Kinoshita, but you already knew that. What two episodes of Lost In Space featured Robbie? 9) Who are the only two regular cast members to appear in every episode of all three seasons? 10) What was the fictional government agency that oversaw the planetary colonization missions and the launching of the Jupiter II? Go to my Starbase 79 website for the answers. Fans will love it as a colorful reference of their favorite show. The poster would make an excellent distraction in a waiting room or doctor’s office (the detail would take your mind off your root canal, etc.)
Lost In Space Original Series Checklist Poster
Poster is 17″ x 22″ and is printed on acid-free paper. Shipped rolled.
All 84 episodes, including pilot, shown in order and listing the broadcast date.