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Issue #81 • ships from May 23 2002
News-stand Price UK £3.40 / US $5.99

The X-Files
• As the final season begins on Sky 1, we get hold of new recruits Annabeth Gish and Cary Elwes, Monica Reyes and Assistant Director Follmer respectively, to find out whose side they're going to be on

Anthony Stewart Head and Sarah Michelle Gellar as Buffy and GilesBuffy The Vampire Slayer
• Giles was absent for much of this season, but Anthony Stewart Head hasn't given up his Watcher duties just yet. The actor explains what he's been doing while away from Sunnydale

The Lost World’s Will SnowConan Doyle's Lost World
• One of the hunkiest men in Cult TV, according to our readers, (even in pink jeans). We put some searching questions to Will Snow, aka Lord Roxton from the dinosaur-evading explorers

Alexis Denisof as Wesley in AngelAngel
• He's been stabbed, blown up, beaten up, and generally abused in the service of Angel Investigations, but that's nothing to what Wesley is going through now. Alexis Denisof claims it's Gunn's turn for a slapping next

The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
• We catch up with one of the genre's greatest icons, as Robert Vaughn lets us in on the secret spy world of Napoleon Solo and the price that comes with worldwide recognition

Instant Guide
  • ... to Futurama.
    After being frozen in time for 1000 years, Philip J Fry couldn't care less about bringing the universe back to peace and harmony. All he needs is the occasional adventure…
Times Past
  • As the series approach the end of their current seasons, we ask: is Angel now better than Buffy? And if so, how has it managed it so quietly behind our backs?
Out of the Box
  • Summer time, and the living is fairly average. It's starting to be more bright, sunny and beautiful out and about, so it's the perfect time to hang about in the house and watch some telly with help from our listings.
The Guest List
  • This issue we meet the freakish Mole from Dark Angel, aka Brian Jensen, and try to make friends with Andromeda guest star Steve Bacic.
File Under…
  • Farscape
    We take a Look at the Princess, ie the Season Two three-parter that saw Crichton in serious danger of a long and confining marriage…
News - behind the screens
  • People discuss the end of Buffy, we go on the set of Stargate In Production, rumours of The Simpsons' demise are greatly exaggerated and missing footage of Doctor Who is recovered from New Zealand.
Out of The Sack
  • Photograph questions, drooling over The Lost World's male stars and a study of Groundhog Day syndrome in your letters.
  • Have any thoughts on the state of Cult television? Please send them to: culttimes@visimag.com

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