Another cool thing about the show as that at the end of each "act" the screen would freeze and then the main character in the scene would be animated into the matrix shown above. It was cool, and for most of its run each closing screen would be the unique screen from that particular episode. By the way, it took somebody to point it out to me, but the underlying color scheme is that of the US flag. Once it was pointed out to me I can't not see it.
It's said that THE WILD WILD WEST was cancelled in 1969 because the networks were cracking down on violence on television. Luckily for all of us, cancelling this great show solved everyone's problems and world peace has been just around the corner ever since.
If you have never seen this show and ever have a chance to watch this weird Western-spy-sci fi-comedy-drama, you should. You might just like it. When the movie came out I had no interest in seeing it because 1. Robert Conrad said it was awful and 2. as much as I like Will Smith, him as a Secret Service agent in 1876 is just stupid. Stick to the TV version.