Are these episodes from Lost in Space or Star Trek?

Sort through these Sci-fi faves!

In the realm of Sixties sci-fi, Star Trek and Lost in Space are worlds apart. One boldly went into dramatic territory. The other veered between action/adventure and situation comedy. Both remain iconic, with catchphrases forever echoing over time.

Think you know your 1960s sci-fi well enough to tell the difference between an episode of Lost in Space and Star Trek, by the title alone?

Put your sci-fi fandom to the test! Good luck!

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  1. THE MAN TRAP
  2. THE ANTI-MATTER MAN
  3. THE QUESTING BEAST
  4. BREAD AND CIRCUSES
  5. SPACE CIRCUS
  6. THE KEEPER
  7. THE OASIS
  8. THE MENAGERIE
  9. THE MAGIC MIRROR
  10. MIRROR, MIRROR
  11. AMOK TIME
  12. THE APPLE

Are these episodes from Lost in Space or Star Trek?

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TexasGreek 3 months ago
You got 12 out of 12
Way to stay on course when it comes to Sixties sci-fi! No danger of you mistaking these classic shows.
ndebrabant 7 months ago
You got 12 out of 12
Way to stay on course when it comes to Sixties sci-fi! No danger of you mistaking these classic shows.
JimHursey 7 months ago
I know both shows extremely well. Grew up on both and have the DVD collection. No problem. Needed a longer quiz.
packrat1 11 months ago
12/12. Too easy when you are a fan of both shows and own the DVDs. I love knowing the titles; it reveals something about the the writers' intent.
CaptainDunsel 11 months ago
Fascinating. I notice there appear to be no instances of participants who recognized all the episodes of Lost in Space and thereby identified Star Trek titles.
Wayne2049 12 months ago
This on was a cinch if you are a Trekkie and know all the episode titles.
CaptainDunsel Wayne2049 11 months ago
Exactly. 12 of 12. At least I slightly redeemed myself after blowing one on the "Star Trek - Where Were They Born" quiz. (Lousy map reading skills .)
Islander 12 months ago
Wow, thought I was a trekkie. But 9/12 not acceptable ! In my defense, I probably did a lot of drugs back then. Nyuk nyuk
Geronimo 12 months ago
8/12 never watched both of these shows
JoeyZone11 12 months ago
Never aced one of these quizzes as fast as this one!
JeffTanner 12 months ago
''You got 6 out of 12'' ----------Spock wonders if maybe logic briefly failed you a few times there?
djw1120 12 months ago
12 out of 12 100%
Since I am a big "Star Trek" fan it was too easy.
If it wasn't a "Star Trek" title then it had to be "Lost in Space"
ETristanBooth djw1120 12 months ago
12/12. Exactly. If you knew ST, you didn't need to know LIS.
Angie 12 months ago
12/12, just because I knew all the Star Trek titles.
Lacey 12 months ago
12/12 without breaking a sweat.
"Magic Mirror" was one of my favorite episodes.
tgerman1 Lacey 12 months ago
You probably know this, but Michael J. Pollard was on both Lost In Space and Star Trek. The Star Trek episode he appeared in was Miri.
djw1120 Lacey 12 months ago
Personally I liked "Mirror, Mirror" (Spock with a beard???!!!) and "City on the Edge of Forever"
BTW, "City" was written by the great sci-fi author Harlon Ellison and won an award for it too.
Another great Star Trek episode was "Amok Time" with Arlene Martel as Spock's wife!
JoeyZone11 djw1120 12 months ago
Omg. Arlene!!! What a knock out!! Especially when she was on Hogan's Heroes.
Lacey djw1120 12 months ago
I had the pleasure of meeting her at the San Diego Comic-con years back. I just turned the corner and there she was. I gushed like a 12-year-old.
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