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Rev. 18-Oct-2001

Television Shows

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Archives and resource guides for individual shows

[gopher]The Avengers program guide (spies.com)
Babylon Five
Official Babylon 5 Site (warnerbros.com)
[Updated Oct 2001]
The Babylon 5 History Site (chronology.org)
"The Babylon 5 History Site features: Complete Chronology of the Babylon 5 Universe; Prophecies and Visions in Babylon 5; The Astronomy of the Babylon 5 Galaxy; Links to Other B5 Web-Sites." (Larry King)
Babylon Five: Gold Channel (ucl.ac.uk)
(Jeremy Morley) [Updated Oct 2001]
Babylon 5 SF References List (st-and.ac.uk)
"This is a list of perceived references to other SF within Babylon 5. Not every perceived reference actually exists: ``Not everything in this show is a reference to some other show. We do have some interest in doing our *own* story, rather than nodding to every series on the face of the planet, and not all concepts started in the other shows that used them. jms''" (A^3)
Psi Corps and the Nightwatch (st-and.ac.uk)
(A^3)
The Shadows Information Office (demon.co.uk)
(Neil Davidson)
See also Usenet and Mailing Lists sections.
Battlestar Galactica
[gopher]Battlestar Galactica Episode Guide (spies.com)
Battlestar Galactica: archive (kobol.com) at kobol.com
(Mark Heiman)
Battlestar Galactica (scifi.com) at scifi.com
(Jeff Sargent)
Battlestar Galactica: Blow Waves in Space (apeculture.com)
"Humorous review of the TV series Battlestar Galactica." (Matthew Denby) [Added Oct 2001]
Black Adder program guide (eserver.org)
(Edward Lee Whiteside) [Updated Oct 2001]
Blake's Seven
[FTP] Blake's Seven: archive at Lysator (liu.se)
Blake's Seven: archive at Missouri (missouri.edu)
(Loren Peace)
Blake's Seven: resource guide (hawks.ha.md.us)
(Lee Butler)
Dark Shadows Home Page (natural-innovations.com)
(Walter Ian Kaye (natural-innovations.com))
Doctor Who
Doctor Who: Trans-Dimensional Junk (missouri.edu) (Loren Peace)
[FTP]Doctor Who (uni.edu): archive at uni.edu (formerly at niagara.edu) and at [FTP]adfa.oz.au (adfa.oz.au)
(Siobahn (Shabang) Morgan,
Into the Vortex (timelash.com)
(Daniel O'Malley)
Doctor Who Appreciation Society (drwho.org)
"Welcome to the homepage for the Doctor Who Appreciation Society, the longest running organised fan network in the world. Formed in 1976 and recognised by BBC Worldwide, our aim is to provide our members with access to the world of Doctor Who through our archives, publications, and social events." (Chuck Foster) [Added Oct 2001]
Earth 2: Eden Advance Home Page (ums.edu)
(Ann White)
the Flash (scifi.com)
(Jeff Sargent)
The Invaders Home Page (surrey.ac.uk)
(Richard Fincher)
Kolchak: the Night Stalker (scifi.com)
(Jeff Sargent)
Lexx (lexx.com)
"I am 790, a robot head. 'LEXX' is about Zev and me and Zev. 'LEXX' is called "Tales From A Parallel Universe" in the U.S. There are other characters in our story: Stanley Tweedle - A Security Guard, and Kai - A dead man. But only Zev is important. She is the most wonderful woman in the two Universes..."
Lost In Space (scifi.com)
"features my award-winning Virtual Dr. Smith Insult Generator" Jeff Sargent)
Max Headroom - Into the Millenium (maxheadroom.com)
(Michael Larson)
Mercy Point Encyclopedia (geocities.com)
"Topical information on UPN's new show Mercy Point." ... "What is MERCY POINT? ... Some say it's ER in space. So far that seems right on. The cast and crew seem up to those standards at least. Others predict a 23rd century General Hospital. UPN's spots say they're 'the sexiest collection of doctors in primetime - not to mention the galaxy' reinforces the futuristic soap theme. Some of the cast members do have a soapy background - 6+ years for Wilson alone. Still other folks say it's merely a thinly disguised Star Trek: Mercy Point (STMP)." (Larry Hatch) [added Oct 2001]
Monkey (geocities.com)
"This is a tribute to the cult classic live action Japanese TV series Monkey (sometimes known as Monkey Magic), made by NTV in the late 1970's." (Monkey Owner) [Updated Oct 2001]
Mystery Science Theatre 3000:
Deus Ex Machina (ibiblio.org)
(David Levine) [Updated Oct 2001]
[FTP]Mystery Science Theater 3000 FTP directory (cleaf.com) at clover.cleaf.com
(Will Morgan)
The Official MST3K Info Club Web Site (mst3kinfo.com) at mst3kinfo.com
(Chris Cornell, Brian Henry)
[gopher] The Prisoner: interview with Patrick McGoohan (eserver.org)
A 1977 interview with Patrick McGoohan that was conducted by writer/TV host Warner Troyer for TV Ontario. Contains spoilers. "I guess the first thing I should tell you is that your guest and mine is Patrick McGoohan. Mr. McGoohan, known familiarly to his friends as No. 6, was the creative force behind, the executive producer of, and in several cases the script writer of a series called ``The Prisoner...''"
Quantum Leap: The Accelerator Chamber (finifter.com) resource guide at finifter.com
(Tracy E. Finifter)
Sci-Fi Channel:
The Dominion (scifi.com)
(USA Networks/Sci-Fi Channel)
Free Zone (scifi.com)
(USA Networks/Sci-Fi Channel)
Earth Prime - The Fan's Guide to Sliders (brillig.com)
(Ed Hall)
Space: 1999 Cyber Museum (space1999.net)
(Marcy A. Kulic)
The Starlost (snowcrest.net)
Star Trek
gets a whole section to itself.
Swamp Thing: CultTVman's Swap Thing Page (culttvman.com)
(Steve Iverson)
Swamp Thing: Arcane Knowledge (easynet.co.uk)
(Fran White)
Tom Corbett, Space Cadet: Solar Guard Academy (solarguard.com)
"Think of the Solar Guard site as an electric fanzine for all cadets past and present who enjoy the Sense Of Wonder from those great Space Opera theme's found in the Books, Magazines, TV and Film's of the 1950's." ... "the site has grown to over 1,000 pages about the 1950's SF shows." (Cadet Ed)
[Updated Oct 2001]
The Tomorrow People (easynet.co.uk)
(Dave Johnson)
V: The Visitor Home Page (enqueue.com)
(Jase Pittman-Wells)
Wizards and Warriors: The Land of Aperans (wizardsandwarriors.org)
"Good vs. Evil. Swords vs. sorcery. Black leather vs. gold lamé. Embarrassingly dated 80's hair vs. the most cutting-edge comic sensibility this side of Monty Python and the Holy Grail. That's right, weary traveler -- if you should fondly seek the 1983 CBS comedy-adventure TV series created by Don Reo (starring Jeff Conaway, Duncan Regehr, and a stellar supporting cast), then you have reached the end of your arduous web-quest! You have found Wizards and Warriors! And lo, there was much rejoicing!" (Valeri Lynn) [added Oct 2001]
Xena Online Resources (xenite.org)
"With links to more than 700 web sites, mailing lists, chat rooms, etc., Xena Online Resources is the best starting point on your search across the World Wide Web for Hercules and Xena resources..." (Michael Martinez; XOR Team)
X-Files
X-Files: Official Web Site (thex-files.com)
(Christopher Fusco)
Eclectic X-Phile Page (hampshire.edu)
(Cybil L. Solyn)
The X-Files (rutgers.edu) at Rutgers
(Charles McGrew)

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