Red Pill TV Series Review — Lost In Space

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I kind of liked the real Lost In Space as a kid.  I wanted to like this Lost In Space; I want to like any legit science fiction.  However, this just doesn’t cut it.  Let us consider why.

I. The daughter Judy (pictured above) is obviously darker than the mother and the father.  Nobody seems to notice.  Perhaps this is because in the future we are evolved better or something.  Well, that is not going to happen with the fellas.  It is all built-in.  The Dad was a Marine, who we saw doing Marine stuff in flashbacks.  I suppose that this kind of thing happens when he is deployed, but it does seem odd.

There was the series King of the Hill.  A major character had a similar situation.  It was played for laughs.

King of the Hill was rather light-hearted and you liked the characters even with their flaws.

II. The characters (especially the females) are downright awesome with super-skillz, except for the Marine Dad, who is sort of a doofus.  With characters this perfect , it is difficult to see the humanity in them.  They surely do not act like a family, not at all like the family of the real Lost In Space.  This reminded me of the reboot of Star Trek, where all of the recycled characters now has super-skillz.  Uhura, for example, was now this super incredible godly linguist.  They also turned her into a slut, which I rather not liked.

III.  They pull shit out of their ass to save themselves in the end.  This was annoying in Star Trek: The Next Generation; it is on steroids here.  If we see the characters struggling against the problem for the entire hour, we want to see them solve the problem legitimately.

IV. I hated all of the characters and was kind of hoping they would die in the first episode.

V. Of course, they need to make up science and engineering stuff to make the basic premise work.  Still, they should be consistent about their science; but more importantly, be correct about the science that already exists.  This might be asking too much.

VI.  The Mom really runs the show, though sometimes she lets the doofus Dad think that he is in charge.

In short – give it a pass.

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71 comments on “Red Pill TV Series Review — Lost In Space
  1. earl says:

    ‘King of the Hill was rather light-hearted and you liked the characters even with their flaws.’

    Hank Hill was alright despite his narrow urethra.


  2. Love says:

    I only watched a few episodes of Lost in Space and thought Judy was from a different parent. Maybe the mom or dad had her before marrying each other. So she was a biracial child. Also it appeared the couple was separated prior to going to space. From what I gathered the father was absent and the mother was resentful for his lack of involvment. Then they reunited in space.


  3. Watched the first one with my older boy. It suuuuuucked. The mom was a bitch. Judy was a bitch. Will was a pussy. The dad was a doofus. The “robot” wasn’t a robot. Fake Dr. Smith (all 2 minutes worth) was a crazy woman.

    The old show started out well, but then devolved into the Dr. Smith and Will zany adventure-time hour. The robot was my favorite part of the show. The chariot was cool too.

    Trying to watch it with my kids as an adult is usually more painful (Oh, the pain, the pain!) than entertaining these days. Did have some hot chicks on the show from time to time.


  4. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    I haven’t watched TV in years. After reading this, you confirmed my suspicions that I should not miss it. I wonder if they will ever consider programs that might be relevant to boy and men? The demographics have to show male viewership falling off a cliff. Some enterprising company may want to tap into that overlooked market.


  5. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    Maybe they don’t care if they lose men and boys as their audience. If the whole effort is about promoting propaganda and vilifying men, then their efforts are succeeding.
    In checking Reddit, I came across a post written by a guy who stumbled onto a thread for prepubescent girls. They were discussing boys in the light of a new series. While they were attracted to the most handsome, what struck him was that they were only attracted to villains. He did not cite a source. Maybe he did not want to send traffic there? However, there is a ring of truth in it. If this is teue for girls that young, it will hold true for the rest of their lives. Dudley Do-Right can forget about Nell.

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  6. earl says:

    ‘While they were attracted to the most handsome, what struck him was that they were only attracted to villains.’

    This is the default state of women.


  7. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I can’t think of anything that would be more contrary to survival. To be attracted to Snidely Whiplash as he ties up Nell and throws her on the railroad tracks? To reject Dudley Do-Right to the point where he never wants to see her again?


  8. earl says:

    You think like a guy…that’s why.

    And that’s why men are the leaders who build civilization.

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  9. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I can just see Nell all tied up and thrown on the tracks. “What do I do now?”


  10. RichardP says:

    @fuzzie said: I wonder if they will ever consider programs that might be relevant to boy and men?

    Why would they?

    Radio and television were developed as mediums through which to sell products (you can find articles about this on the internet). The programming exists only to attract the ears or eyeballs of those who buy products. Researchers quickly discovered that women make most purchasing decisions for the home. So most programming is designed to attract the attention of women – in a way that makes them more receptive to the sales pitch. Researchers also discovered early on that making husbands and fathers look like fools in the programming attracted the women’s attention even more.

    The advertisers aren’t going to change what works. Boys and men pretty much only buy something when they have a need for it, and so they are not the target of the advertiser’s attentions.

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  11. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That kind of thinking would serve Madison Ave. well when most people were married. That is not true now. Single women cannot spent their husband’s earnings. This article goes back to 2012 but it is pertinent. Men are making more purchases.
    “Joskowitz and the store’s CEO, George Zoitas, were inspired to create the manspace — conveniently located right next to the beer section — after reading an ESPN study showing 31 percent of men are shopping for their families, up from 14 percent in the 1980s.”
    Grocery stores would be a great test market. Everybody needs food and they buy it frequently.


  12. SFC Ton says:

    It’s difficult for me to be idle which makes watching tv, videos etc etc unpleasant but what I have noticed by reading the news is, no the tv/ movie people dont seem to learn any lessons about sjw’ing up movies, tv shows, commercials and what not.

    My guess is that’s a multi level problem. Not only are they fully indoctrinated, but they also live in left bubbles where people eat that shit up. Some are multi generational far left bubble livers, and they also seem to keep finding work and getting paid a lot of money to repete their failures. From the outside looking in, I don’t see any real incentive for them to change how they do things.

    Plus a lot of these movies are now made for an international market vs domestic market which helps them out in sales and income inequality


  13. Yoda says:

    “Lost In Space” Netflix product it was.
    No advertising on it there would be.
    Still have the doofus dad we do

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  14. Yoda says:

    International viewers eat up SJW silliness they do?

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  15. SFC Ton says:

    I have noticed upper end stores catering to single men a little more. Which is odd when you think about it since wealthy men are more likely to be married. I reckon being more attuned to their already rather small customer base is part of the higher end retail business model.


  16. SFC Ton says:

    I dont think so Master Yoda but i also dont think they mind it as much or deal with it as much during their day to day.

    And we are also talking about things on a slding scale. I think they deal with middling levels a lot better

    Fyi, I took my kids to the lost is space movie a while back. I didn’t hate it. Which is saying a fair amount.


  17. Yoda says:

    The Lost in Space movie from 14 years ago ok it was
    No overt SJW garbage it had


  18. Yoda says:

    I only watched a few episodes of Lost in Space and thought Judy was from a different parent.

    If explain this not they do
    Then assume the worst a fella will

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  19. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    except for youtube videos about firearms, stealth camping, or the news, i hardly watch tv anymore. years ago i noticed that it had become less about entertainment, and more about selling an agenda.

    everything seemed to be changing to pro-feminism, anti-male, and normalization of poor behaviors.

    i was especially shocked when in one episode of Dr Who, there was a reference to a horse being a transsexual:


    just think of what that says about our society.

    we are all circling the drain, and people are just paddling faster.

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  20. Yoda says:

    one episode of Dr Who, there was a reference to a horse being a transsexual

    Pathetic this is.

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  21. Yoda says:

    Difficult for TV not sell an SJW agenda apparently it is.
    Wonder if interested in profits they are I am

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  22. Wanted to shut it off halfway through the first episode, but forced my self to finish that one. No desire to watch any more of it. As Kentucky Headhunter said, “The mom was a bitch. Judy was a bitch. Will was a pussy. The dad was a doofus. The “robot” wasn’t a robot. Fake Dr. Smith (all 2 minutes worth) was a crazy woman.”
    Plenty of those in regular life. Not gonna torture myself watch more of it.

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  23. Yoda says:

    Much gleaned from body language it can

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  24. SFC Ton says:

    Vdare? Fake news? Anything is possible I reckon

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  25. Yoda says:

    Gratuitous images these are

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  26. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    How is it an “ original series”, if it is a remake of a series from years ago?

    Oh, i forgot. Words don’t have real meanings anymore.

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  27. “Lost In Space” Netflix product it was.
    No advertising on it there would be.
    Still have the doofus dad we do

    All the production people work in the same industry, whether commercial TV or Amazon/Netflix and they all believe in the same narrative. They all live in the same bubble.


  28. What a crap picture. John and Maureen should be in the center with their kids, Don just to left of Judy and Dr. Smith and the robot flanking on the right.


  29. RichardP says:

    @fuzzie said: That kind of thinking would serve Madison Ave. well when most people were married. That is not true now.

    Add together married women and single women who shop, and I’m guessing they significantly outnumber single men? – but that is just a guess.

    At any rate, television and radio are still targeting the woman buyer, since she is more easy to influence than the single guys – who may not be watching television anyway.

    But thanks for the statistic on male buyers. I hadn’t seen that.

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  30. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It is telling since the source is a small NY grocery chain. Sixteen percent in the eighties to thirty one percent today sounds close to a doubling of volume from men. Business should take notice. Still, it is hard to overcome inertia and mental inertia is the worst. Showing favor to women presuming they are the superior consumer has been a source of strength for feminism for a long time. The reasoning does not hold water when they chase men out of the family.

    Like print dresses you do? Not the only one you are. However, to me, too busy it makes women appear. Used to fur coats I am.


  31. Yoda says:

    So why is it that I, in the 21st century, lose part of who I am just because I decided to say “I do,” based on a tradition from the 15th century? Here’s why I don’t (and won’t) want to follow suit:

    1. I’m not property.
    2. I don’t believe you have to share a name to be a family.
    3. It’s a lot of work for something that I really don’t want to do.
    4. I love my last name.

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  32. Yoda says:

    Why I Don’t Give Blowjobs
    Am I being selfish? Probably. But I believe I earned that selfishness after many years of having sexual encounters with men who rarely bothered to reciprocate.

    Liked by 1 person

  33. Yoda says:

    Take this latest story from the granola city: Some hippy-dippy bleeding heart liberals with some serious cases of white guilt held a “Reparations Happy Hour” on May 21. They invited only people of color and, when each arrived, they were given a $10 bill (not exactly 40 acres and a mule).

    White people were asked to fund the event — but, of course, not to attend. (Can you imagine, mixing the races!?)

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  34. Yoda says:

    Former First Daughter Chelsea Clinton blasted President Donald Trump in an interview with The Guardian released Sunday, telling the British newspaper that Trump degrades “what it means to be an American.”

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  35. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Musing on RichardP’s comment, feminists have wheedled a lot of concessions out of men with the implied argument that they are the ones who have and nurse babies. Well, they have gotten a lot of concessions and what have men got in return for it? Fertility rates have fallen through the floor. In rough numbers, they are about two thirds of replacement level. And women have given themselves over to hypergamy. I read these two posts today and don’t know whether to be disgusted or depressed.


  36. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    There is an old Greek saying, “Those who the gods would seek to destroy, they first make proud.” I am seeing a bit of that in your comments. It is a long way from forty to eighty,as Terrence Popp points out.
    As for Chelsea, she has chosen to go public and get political. If she as profited so much as a nickel from ill gotten gains, let’s hope for vigorous prosecution.


  37. Yoda says:

    Even if Chelsea’s gains legal they are
    Ill gotten they would be

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  38. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    A child she is no longer.


  39. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    In my previous comment about the gods making people proud, I was not referring to you. To make it clear, it seems as if the vanity of feminists is boundless. We can hope that will be their undoing. Oddly, it st is mostly unearned and self congratulatory.


  40. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    H/T to Captain Capitalism for finding this. Sorry, Yoda.
    Disappointing ticket sales might just be an indication of people getting tired of SJW lectures in the theater. The movie may not be all that bad. It was directed by Ron Howard.


  41. SFC Ton says:

    This article has made me worry about the longevity of the English people. I mean who the fuck is afraid of vegans?

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  42. Farm Boy says:

    Evergreen has doubled down on identity politics, Melchior says, advertising a “bias response team to handle reported slights, a three-day “time of absence,” cultural competency sensitivity and anti-bias training, plus an administrative reorganization plan heavy on “equity and inclusion.”

    Melchior predicts things will get worse for Evergreen, which, she says, would be rough social justice.

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  43. Farm Boy says:

    He’s got a robot sidekick who fulfills the now obligatory “woke” element in the rebooted franchise. Phoebe Waller-Bridge voices L3-37. She’s saucy and often funny, even if she’s not as distinctive as Alan Tudyk’s R-2S0 robot from “Rogue One.” Later, the female bot takes the action personally, blathering on about equal rights in the middle of combat.



  44. Farm Boy says:

    The United Kingdom Coast Guard saved a young girl and her father Sunday after she’d been blown out to sea while riding an inflatable unicorn, and her father swam out to save her.

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  45. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    the UK is a lost cause. just a matter of time before full sharia law takes effect there.

    Liked by 1 person

  46. earl says:

    Vegans are just another side effect of the tyrannical left trying to control people by what they eat.

    If they are going to start pulling this overall control freakism…then I see no reason why forcing some cow meat down their gullet couldn’t be considered just. You eat your soy and be content with your lack of masculinity…and I’ll eat my steak in peace.


  47. Cheque d'Out says:


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  48. earl says:

    If anything feminism brings out both toxic femininity and toxic masculinity.

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  49. SFC Ton says:

    I’m sure being vegan and what not is another version of genetic mutations discussed in that Vdare article.

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  50. Farm Boy says:

    Yes, Feminism brings out the worst in people

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  51. Farm Boy says:

    I wonder why people would push for something that brings out the worst in people…

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  52. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    WHY? here’s why:


  53. Not that I am saying only an alpha male would rush in to save the day, I am basing that on his physical appearance and quotes.

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  54. The tommy thing is most perplexing, I don’t understand the reasoning.

    Yesterday someone was circulating photos of him all beat up, saying it was current but turned out they were from several years ago.

    Still the whole thing is so charged, even misinfo like that could be very dangerous… I hope nothing happens to him and also to any others. :/

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  55. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    The last time I saw something like this, it was in Egypt and Hosni Mubarak’s government fell. 4chan was instrumental in keeping communication open. Stuff like this can’t be done in the age of the internet. I don’t think Caolan talked about it much, but a lot of people have to be furious over this..

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  56. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    More on Tommy from John Cardillo. He names names, including the judge. He must have a very low opinion of these proceedings, he is ex NYPD.

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  57. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Heroism does not make one alpha. Do you remember all those King Arthur stories? The knight that saved the girl from the dragon never got so much as a thank you kiss. It is like that in real life. Alpha is simply sexual success. That so many achieve this by being unable to feel guilt is beside the point.


  58. SFC Ton says:

    He isnt alpha because he saved those kids. I have know a shit ton of hard ass young men who never flinched during a fire fight but who struggled with women.

    His body language and verbiage comes across as alpha though

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  59. @fuzzie, like I said the saving the day part is not why I said he’s alpha. His posture and his quotes say such.

    He’s actually a good example of what I would call a true alpha. He is not doing this to get laid. But I guarantee if he wanted to the ladies would be lining up. (Sorry ladies, he’s married.) he does it bc he’s a leader. He’s a guy other guys would follow into battle. Be inspired by. Rise above the impossible for, as he himself is willing to do. (Pegs the shooter w a basketball to distract him then gets shot three times before taking the kid down. Calls it “minor.” the wounds.)

    Alpha = dick is as untrue as beta = puss.

    Both have a role and place. One alpha can lead all to victory. Impossible victory. If no others are available he will lead the impossible victory alone. Or die trying wo a second thought.


  60. It occurs to me perhaps the reason the left hates the Don so might be bc he’s unapologetic about his alpha type masculinity? Apex alpha type, even? It must vex them to no end! Lol.

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  61. SFC Ton says:

    Well that and he’s an old White guy who wants to do right by hordes of middle age White guys in the fly over states

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