Hey, gimmie a break. I just completed a huge, 85-strip love story arc for Theo and Cora. You think this is easy? Snort. Harrumph.

For those who may not remember, author Peter Packer wrote (among other things) 25 of the 83 episodes of the original Lost In Space television series. One of these was the without-a-doubt worst episode of the series: “The Great Vegetable Rebellion.” Actor Jonathan Harris (“Dr. Smith”) often told the story of his utter shock upon reading the script and demanding that Packer explain himself. Packer was quoted as saying, “I didn’t have another g**damned idea in my head.” Since then, I and other fellow writers have called our own failures to come up with a good story as “Peter Packer moments.”


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