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‘Lost in Space’ Ep 4 ‘The Robinsons Were Here’: What’s your tag?

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So it looks like yes, we’re going to be stuck on this crummy as-yet-to-be-named planet for awhile. Our pals the Robinsons have begun striking out past their own Jupiter 2 spaceship to find other supplies and people, and while the adults do that, the kids are left behind to begin expansion protocols on the ship. Which basically means setting up the equivalent of a temporary spaceship tent, and a perimeter to keep out hostiles.

Mama Bear and John have gone with Judy the doctor to the next downed Jupiter location, to find their friends the Watanabe family and the strays they’ve picked up on the way, the redoubtable Don West, injured Angela, and yes, even Debbie the chicken. It seems Debbie’s a lucky charm, or at least the locator chip implanted in all livestock is, and that was how Don West got them found by the Watanabes.

Suspicion is mounting against the poor Robot, even while he’s showing clear signs of intelligence and even friendship, at least with Will. But what Judy learned from Angela’s wounds tells a pretty bad story, and Will decides to take matters into his own hands as far as the Robot is concerned. Which leaves him quite vulnerable to a certain Dr. Smith’s probing not only his thoughts, but the contents of underneath his bed, too.

In fact, all three Robinson progeny end up taking a nice little walk with the Robot in tow, and a moment to appreciate the beauty in nature has them all staring at the Robot, who joins them in it, in wonder. Where are we going, you ask? A cave, a place to hide the Robot until all this, whatever all this is, is over. But a run-in with some other Jupiter survivors leads to some shady dealings that could get them all into trouble.

Meanwhile Maureen and John and yes Don West too, have gone exploring the crashed bits of what they assume is the Resolute, while Don’s looking for his alcoholic contraband, the Robinson parents are more concerned with communications, which somehow inevitably leads them to being stuck together under a giant satellite all night. At least they have each-other, right? A vinegary bottle of wine, a mostly fond reminiscence, and thou? Something.

The younger Robinsons spend the night in the cave too, and it doesn’t take much convincing from Penny to get the all the kids to make a handprint in red ochre on the wall, to go along with ‘The Robinsons were here’. What is extra nifty and unsurprising is that the Robot makes his own handprint-mark, next to theirs, after observing the ancient human ritual.

Everyone’s striving to get back to the Robinson Jupiter more or less at the same time, and once again, everyone seems to have mostly forgotten about Lady Smith. But she, like any creeper, followed the kidlings to the cave and just has to get the last word in edgewise with the Robot, especially after his only friend Will went and left, and told the Robot to stay there.

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Apple TV+ announces season two for delightful kids and family series “Camp Snoopy

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Today, Apple TV+ announced a season two for acclaimed kids and family series “Camp Snoopy,” based on the classic Peanuts comic strip by Charles M. Schulz and directed by Rob Boutilier (“The Snoopy Show,” “Snoopy in Space”). The complete  first season of “Camp Snoopy” is now streaming globally on Apple TV+.

After discovering their troop is in danger of disbanding, Snoopy and the Beagle Scouts set off to immerse themselves in nature and the Great Outdoors, with the Beagle Scout Manual as their guide. Meanwhile, Charlie Brown and friends enjoy their summer at Camp Spring Lake, crossing paths with Snoopy as they experience hiking, swimming, sitting around campfires and everything summer camp and the outdoors have to offer. 

Produced for Apple TV+ by Peanuts and WildBrain, “Camp Snoopy” is based on the Peanuts comic strip by Charles M. Schulz and is directed by Rob Boutilier (“The Snoopy Show,” “Snoopy in Space”). Executive producers are Craig Schulz, Paige Braddock, Boutilier, Josh Scherba, Stephanie Betts and Logan McPherson.

“Camp Snoopy” joined an exciting slate of new offerings for kids and families on Apple TV+ this summer featuring the second season of beloved animated series “Frog and Toad,” based on the Caldecott and Newbery Honor-winning books; animated adventure trilogy “WondLa,” based on the New York Times bestselling book series “The Search for WondLa” by Tony DiTerlizzi; highly anticipated kids and family series “Yo Gabba GabbaLand!,” inspired by the hit, Emmy Award-nominated cultural phenomenon “Yo Gabba Gabba!”; “Me,” an elevated cinematic coming-of-age story from Barry L. Levy; and, the first-ever television adaptation of the cult classic film, “Time Bandits,” starring Lisa Kudrow.

Award-winning all-age offerings now streaming globally on Apple TV+ include celebrated live action animated hybrid special, “The Velveteen Rabbit”; the Academy Award and BAFTA Award-winning animated short film “The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse”; Oscar-nominated and BAFTA Award-winning animated film “Wolfwalkers”; the BAFTA Award and Humanitas Prize-winning “El Deafo,” BAFTA Award-winning “Lovely Little Farm,” “Duck & Goose,” “Get Rolling With Otis,” Spin Master Entertainment’s “Sago Mini Friends,” GLAAD Media Award-nominated “Pinecone & Pony,” “Frog and Toad,” The Jim Henson Company’s Emmy Award-winning “Fraggle Rock: Back to the Rock,” “Harriet the Spy” and “Slumberkins,” Sesame Workshop’s “Helpsters,” Joseph Gordon-Levitt, HITRECORD and Bento Box Entertainment’s “Wolfboy and the Everything Factory,” Jack McBrayer and Angela C. Santomero’s Emmy Award-nominated “Hello, Jack! The Kindness Show,” Peanuts and WildBrain’s Emmy Award-nominated “Snoopy in Space,” “The Snoopy Show,” Scholastic’s “Eva the Owlet” and Peabody and Emmy Award-winning series “Stillwater.” Live-action offerings include Bonnie Hunt’s DGA and WGA Award-nominated “Amber Brown,” DGA Award-winning “Best Foot Forward,” “Surfside Girls,” WGA Award-winning “Life By Ella,” Sesame Workshop and Sinking Ship’s Emmy Award-winning “Ghostwriter,” Emmy Award and Environmental Media Association Award winning “Jane,” and Scholastic’s “Puppy Place.”

Also included are “Here We Are: Notes for Living on Planet Earth,” the Emmy Award-winning television event based on the New York Times bestselling book and TIME Best Book of the Year by Oliver Jeffers, and specials from Peanuts and WildBrain including Emmy Award-nominated “Snoopy Presents: It’s the Small Things, Charlie Brown,” “Snoopy Presents: Lucy’s School,” Humanitas and Emmy Award-nominated “Snoopy Presents: To Mom (and Dad), With Love,” “Snoopy Presents: One-of-a-Kind Marcie,” “Snoopy Presents: Welcome Home, Franklin,” Emmy Award-winning “Snoopy Presents: Who Are You, Charlie Brown?” and “Snoopy Presents: For Auld Lang Syne.”

Apple TV+ offers premium, compelling drama and comedy series, feature films, groundbreaking documentaries, and kids and family entertainment, and is available to watch across all of a user’s favorite screens. After its launch on November 1, 2019, Apple TV+ became the first all-original streaming service to launch around the world, and has premiered more original hits and received more award recognitions faster than any other streaming service in its debut. To date, Apple Original films, documentaries and series have earned 499 wins and 2,262 award nominations and counting, including multi-Emmy Award-winning comedy “Ted Lasso” and historic Oscar Best Picture winner “CODA.”

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