I've seen this series twice now. I'm still blown away by how good the dialogue is. And I learned something. Sometimes these writers are so good with their dialogue, they skip values and go straight from action to being. One of my favorite exchanges is between Maureen and Penny in episode 3: Maureen: Your dad thinks I expect too much of you kids sometimes. Do you? Penny: Um, no. I don’t think you expect too much from us. I just think sometimes, maybe, you expect too little from dad. It's great to see a believably broken family that still loves one another, still talks to one another, still listens to one another, and puts their priorities on helping each other to become better people. It's one of the things that makes this show so rewatchable to me. I especially appreciate the suggestion that just because my family is broken doesn't mean that I have to be broken. I'm going in for the third time....confident more treasures await to be discovered with these wonderful Robinsons.