As the colonists continue building a light tower that they hope will be visible from space by the Resolute, John’s primary concern is the robot returning unexpectedly. Dr. Smith weaves a different story for nearly every member of the Robinson family, trying to find out if Will knows the secret of controlling the robot…who still has yet to reappear, somewhat to John’s relief, since the other colonists aren’t aware of it yet. What even John isn’t aware of, at least until he talks to his son, is Will’s knowledge of the role the robot played in the attack on the Resolute. Don West tries to alert Judy to the fact that Dr. Smith is not who or what she seems. Maureen takes a high-altitude balloon and a pressure suit to try to see if she can find out why the length of this planet’s days are unpredictable, and to her horror, detects Hawking radiation – a telltale sign of a black hole nearby. When the tower is completed and activated, it may attract something even more dangerous than the robot before it gets the attention of the Resolute.
written by Kari Drake
directed by Deborah Chow
music by Christopher Lennertz
original Lost In Space theme by John Williams
Cast: Molly Parker (Maureen Robinson), Toby Stephens (John Robinson), Maxwell Jenkins (Will Robinson), Taylor Russell (Judy Robinson), Mina Sundwall (Penny Robinson), Ignacio Serricchio (Don West), Parker Posey (Dr. Smith), Brian Steele (Robot), Raza Jaffrey (Victor Dhar), Ajay Friese (Vijay Dhar), Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa (Hiroki Watanabe), Kiki Sukezane (Aiko Watanabe), Iain Belcher (Evan), Evan Frayne (Will’s Test Supervisor), Yukari Komatsu (Naoko Wtanabe), Michelle Martin (Nurse), Shaun Parkes (Captain Radic), Adam Greydon Reid (Peter Beckert), Rowan Schlosberg (Connor)
LogBook entry by Earl Green