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Here are the top ten articles for the SciFi TV Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Lost In Space - Dr. Smith's Insult Library
Searching for the perfect insult? Take inspiration from Dr. Smith. Over the course of the series, he managed to hurl every one of these phrases at the poor Robot...
2. Inteview - Kate Mulgrew
Kate Mulgrew discusses her work, "Star Trek: Voyager" and more in this interview.
3. The Tripods Complete Episode Guide
Here´s an episode guide to the 1984-1985 BBC TV series based on John Christopher's Tripods trilogy of books about aliens occupying Earth.
4. Favorite Quotes from Red Dwarf
Since the "Boyz from the Dwarf" were introduced to British audiences in 1988, they´ve been a cult favorite. Today, "Red Dwarf" is still making us laugh--and a movie is in the works.
5. Below the "Surface" - Jonas Pate
In this final of three articles, series creator Jonas Pate discusses how he and his brother Josh imagine the story and the direction of NBC's newest scifi TV offering.
6. DVD Review--“Red Dwarf Series VII”
In Series VII, "Red Dwarf" makes a few changes--but is ultimately great fun for fans of this wacky British scifi import. Smoke me a kipper, skipper--I´ll be back for breakfast!
7. Best SciFi TV Catchphrases
TV Land has released its list of the greatest catchphrases and quotes on TV. They include a few scifi TV favorites, like "Danger, Will Robinson!" We think they missed a few--and are looking for other scifi TV quotes that may have been overlooked.
8. Battlestar Galactica 101
In preparation for its new "Battlestar Galactica" series, SciFi Channel is airing all the old episodes in a weeklong marathon. Even if you know nothing of the show, this guide can help you enjoy the original series.
9. The Munsters Season One Episode Guide
Here´s your complete guide to the first season of "The Munsters," which debuted in September of 1964. See how many of these episodes you remember!
10. SciFi TV Talent Profile - Nichelle Nichols, Actor
Nichelle Nichols, the actress/singer/model who created the role of Lt. Uhura in the original "Star Trek," was a pioneer in more ways than one.
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