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Cult Times #78 • ships from Feb 19 UK £3.25, US $5.99
• In the March 2002 Cult Times - a cornucopia of these:

Charmed – excerpts online
• Brand new sister Paige, more commonly known as Rose McGowan, considers her place in the series, how her career started by accident, her love of the Animal Planet channel and her acting idol: Joan Collins. Plus we take a look at events in the first half of Season Four

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Buffy's Trio of 'nemesises'Buffy The Vampire Slayer
• Geeks troubling the Slayer in Season 6? Meet The Trio who plan to take over Sunnydale, get women, etc. Adam Busch, Danny Strong and Tom Lenk all talk schemes and outcomes

The Lost World's Rachel BlakelyConan Doyle's Lost World
• By popular demand! Rachel Blakely (once Neighbours' Gaby Willis) takes time out to discuss three seasons of The Lost World and how she enjoys her character's bitchiness

Invisible Man: Paul Ben-Victor with Darien (Vincent Ventresca)The Invisible Man
• With the series now ended in the States, Paul Ben-Victor looks back on two years partnering Darien, making coffee for Fame's producers and the trouble with Season 2

The Outer Limits
• Showing on Sci-Fi this month is a tale of clones, dinosaur-like aliens and the vagaries of existence. We went on the set of Think Like a Dinosaur to chat to director Jorge Montesi and stars Linnea Sharples and Enrico Colantoni

plus a side-order of these:
  • Instant Guide
    ... to Freakylinks. A group of friends band together to find the weird and unusual and fight it or film it. Get your camcorders ready...
  • Times Past
    Ever penultimated anyone in their solar sojourn? Find out just how damned saucy that is with the penultimate episodes of the 2001-02 seasons of Stargate SG-1 and Farscape - both with swansongs for popular characters
  • Out of the Box
    Spring into spring and gambol through the rich fields of March as we point out the things of interest: the return of Futurama, all-new Charmed and much Cult TV-related death
  • The Guest ListEnterprise double-bill
    Lawrence Monoson on making life tricky for the crew, while Kellie Waymire on how she's made Dr Phlox's life easier on the show by dating him
  • File Under...
    Love is in the air as the Deep Space Nine crew go Looking for Par'Mach in All the Wrong Places
  • News - behind the screens
    Old stars return to the Trek universe, plus more on Star Trek: Nemesis; a look ahead to the end of The X-Files; potential new hits go in front of the cameras; and Paul McGann is unfairly spurned by Doctor Who fans!
  • Out of The Sack: Your letters! If you have any comments about Codename: Eternity, The Lost World, Roswell or any other Cult TV show, let us know at: [email protected]

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