When Planet Earth faces a crisis, the Robinson family journeys to space with hopes of writing a new chapter in human history.
But when their spacecraft crashes on a mysterious frozen planet, the family faces unknown dangers as they fight for their lives to escape.
It's a cheesy mixture of a sci-fi parody and a sitcom in space. The 'sci' in 'sci-fi' is a small part of the show, and half of it was utter nonsense (like the tar pond the Robinsons didn't want to step over, but had no issue swimming through and getting smeared in at the end). As to the rest, I could not decide which character was the least annoying. The cringe-worthy dialog, the unfunny one-liner quips, it was all too much for a serious sci-fi fan. The show also required too many leaps of faith and taking things for granted without an apparent explanation, or worse - a bad one. It's beyond me how any of the Robinsons would pass any of the psych tests and become real astronauts in the first place. It makes sense that the dad was the only balanced one because he spent a long of time away from that madhouse.
As to the robot... where do I even begin? The writers never settled on whether it's supposed to be an Artificial Intelligence, or just a machine that follows orders. Well, it can't be an AI because it blindly follows and protects the last carbon-based life form that puts its body parts back together. What?! Wait, or is it just humans from Earth? Nah, that would make even less sense. Would it follow an animal, if the animal accidentally brought it together? Actually to this day, I still don’t quite understand what exactly determines the robot’s loyalty, and why it has to be blindly loyal to a single being. Also, we learn that the robot is “only as good as its master”. O..K…., so definitely not very intelligent then, if it can’t think for itself. But why would a super-advanced alien race build a super-robot, that can be so easily controlled by anything that moves from other worlds? Well, then again, they used spaceships that could be unlocked by human hand waving. Go figure. Oh yea, and in the final scene the robot suddenly flipped from 'bad' to 'good' for no apparent reason or trigger, which contradicts everything we knew up to that point. But hey, the good guys won, and that’s all that matters, right? Viewers shouldn’t be asking all these pesky questions.
As I said, this garbage insults my intelligence. Waste of money.
bring a renewal please ....
Athen get a life you sad pathetic person ..one way to ruin a thread