It was great when I was eight. Thanks, guys, for filling in some fine information. Stuff like this is hard to find. The show also sent me off in pursuit of an education in the sciences. And, it made me aware of the varied roles Paul Stewart played in many excellent movies and plays, as well as being co-producer of Orson Welles' adaptation of War Of The Worlds. I, of course, was amazed by what 'computers' were really looking like a few years after the show ended. IBM mainframes filled the walls of the underground computer room at the college I attended. The real kicker was when, after 30 micrograms of LSD, on a Christmas night, in front of the IBM showroom in Manhattan, the mainframes were making music through a speaker over the front door of the closed showroom. It was spooky!