I was just rereading an old article about GIANTS in Starlog magazine (#370) by Mark Phillips. In it, he mentions two unproduced scripts:
"Countdown!" by Arthur Weiss: "Steve and Mark stow away aboard a giant rocketship headed for Earth. They sabotage the controls and force the giants to abort their invasion plans."
"The Slave-Makers" by Bob & Esther Mitchell: "Giant aliens Torg and Mora plot to destroy the giants with a hate-inducing drug called Zygo. It also infects the Earthlings, and Mark uses a slingshot to fire giant marbles at Dan and Fitzhugh."
"GIANTS ended the '69 - '70 season with a 13 rating average (a 17 or higher was necessary for renewal)."
And if you've ever wondered why ABC chose to air the episodes out of production order, Phillips quotes a former ABC executive who says the network thought the show was a "turkey" and decided to "put on the worst GIANTS episodes first" in the hopes that viewers would embrace it as "camp." (The strategy seemed to work, ratings-wise, for a little while at least.)
When LOG was first made they didn't know what to do with the giants,they walked slow,even in The Crash the giant's voices were dubbed in the end result,when more episodes were made they were brought forward when they found their way into how they wanted the series to go,making the series look a bit uneven in the first year.I see nothing camp in these episodes.