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Cult Times #99, December 2003 Cult Times #99, December 2003
(Reference #C99)

Features:
Stargate SG-1 Returning to the show after a year away, Michael Shanks is delighted to be stepping through the Stargate again. We asked him about Daniel Jackson's naked return, if the lesser involvement of Richard Dean Anderson has impacted the show, and his recent marriage to Lexa Doig.
Star Trek: Enterprise Connor Trinneer discusses the changes in his character, 'Trip' Tucker, for the new season, as he prepares to fight back against a race of aliens who want Earth destroyed!
Alias This being the Christmas issue, we sought out the festively-named Kevin Weisman to fill in the blanks of what's happened to his character, tech genius Marshall, during Sydney Bristow's two-year absence.
Andromeda: Star Kevin Sorbo looks at the cast additions and departures for the fourth season, provides a hint of things to come, and explains why he thinks the show's becoming stronger than ever.

Regulars:
Instant Guide: Dead Like Me: Leading the deceased to a better life, we take a look at the role of the Reapers in the hit comedy-drama.
Times Past But that's not all! Our regular reviewer also gets to grips with Dead Like Me, and wonders why a grumpy teen, a drug addict and a meter maid manage to be such pleasant company when you have a nasty cold.
Out of the Box All the Christmas entertainment in one easy to use section! Plus we provide some Christmas gift ideas and preview upcoming shows.
You Should Be Watching… Family Guy: Too long overlooked by Cult Times, we urge you very strongly indeed to watch the quirky and outlandish tales of Peter Griffin and his family, including a talking dog and a baby who wants to rule the world.
The Guest List: Dan Payne suits up to play a dangerous new alien and threaten Stargate SG-1, while Alex Zahara helps Johnny Smith in The Hunt, a controversial episode of The Dead Zone.
File Under Futurama: Bad news everyone! There's a robotic Santa on the loose, and he thinks everyone's been naughty! Can the Planet Express team tame the laughing robot of death and save Xmas Future?

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Cult Times #98, November 2003 Cult Times #98, November 2003
(Reference #C98)

Features:
Doctor Who As the show reaches its 40th anniversary month, we pay tribute by looking at its history and the opportunities ahead of it in the 2005 revival. We examine the pros and cons.
The Simpsons As it begins its 15th year on the air, director/producer David Silverman looks back over his long-term association with the show and reveals how an episode is put together.
Alias Last time we saw Sydney Bristow she was suffering two years’ worth of lost memory. Writer/producers Alex Kurtzman-Counter and Roberto Orci drop some hints about what’s going to happen next.
Dead Like Me: After last month’s chat with Ellen Muth and Callum Blue, this issue stars Mandy Patinkin and Jasmine Guy.
Andromeda: Without a Nietzschean on board and showing off, surely it’s Lisa Ryder’s chance to shine? The actress explains why in the new season her character isn’t going to be toeing the line anymore…

Regulars:
Instant Guide: My Hero: Tales of an idiot in spandex helping Humanity with his amazing Ultron powers. All you need to know about the BBC’s superhero sitcom.
Times Past This month our reviewer takes a look at the new season of Stargate SG-1 and decides if the return of Michael Shanks has improved the show or resulted in it showing its age.
Out of the Box As the nights draw in, your TV calls you into its loving embrace. But what to watch? Our comprehensive listings can help…
You Should Be Watching… Boomtown: Crime from many perspectives as we take a look at the unusually constructed LA-based drama starring Donnie Wahlberg.
The Guest List: Jocelyne Loewen remembers slipping into a lab coat and studying Stargates in Avenger 2.0, while Anne Marie Loder joins Johnny Smith in taking on a storm in The Dead Zone.
File Under Doctor Who: For its 40th anniversary, we go back in Time to the 10th anniversary special The Three Doctors and think, ‘Well, it’s not all bad, is it?’.

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Cult Times #97, October 2003 Cult Times #97, October 2003
(Reference #C97)

Features:
Angel: J August Richards, aka Charles Gunn, reveals how his character has changed and introduces the new set-up for the Buffy spin-off as it flies solo.
Dead Like Me: As the critical smash comedy-drama following the work of a team of Grim Reapers gets underway on Sky 1, we speak to stars Ellen Muth and Brit actor Callum Blue about the tricky work of taking souls.
The Dead Zone: John L Adams, better known as physiotherapist Bruce Lewis, discusses his role in the extended second season of the show.
Enterprise: John Billingsley prepares to tend the starship's crew in his guise of Dr Phlox as the third season gets underway and Captain Archer leads his intrepid band into the heart of the dangerous Delphic Expanse.

Regulars:
Instant Guide: The Dead Zone: We explain just how Johnny Smith managed to access the 'dead zone' of his brain that gives him psychic visions.
Times Past: Our regular reviewer sets his steely gaze on BBC1's superhero sitcom My Hero.
Out of the Box: Ghoulies, ghosties, and things that go bump in the night pack out the schedules as Hallowe'en approaches.
You Should Be Watching…: The West Wing As President Bartlet asks the nation to vote him in for a second term, we ask 'Why haven't you tuned in already? It's great!'
The Guest List: A pair of Stargate SG-1 guests this issue, as we talk to the fantastic Michael Welch about playing a young Colonel O'Neill in Fragile Balance, and Christopher Heyerdahl relates his experiences working on Revisions.
File Under: Bewitched: honour of the time witches come out to play, we take a look at the opening episode of the Sixties classic, starring Elizabeth Montgomery as the suburban sorceress.

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Cult Times #96, September 2003 Cult Times #96, September 2003
(Reference #C96)

Features:
Stargate SG-1: In his seventh year playing Teal'c, Christopher Judge talks about the new challenges for him this year, from more writing to sharing romantic moments with hot Amazonian women.
Charmed: Daniel Cerone looks back on his writing work so far and provides secrets of Season Six.
The Dead Zone: Executive producer Shawn Piller explains why 'Season 2.5' brings even greater challenges for psychic Johnny Smith.
Alias: Agent Weiss, aka Greg Grunberg, considers his long-standing friendship with series producer JJ Abrams and the twists ahead in Season Three.
24/Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Penny Johnson Jerald was Kasidy Yates in Deep Space Nine. Now she's even better known as nasty bitch-monster from Hell, Sherry Palmer, in 24. We asked which she prefers…

Regulars:
Instant Guide: John Doe Times Past: We take an in-depth look at Spy-Fi and its two most prominent exponents of late: Spooks and Alias. Which is better, and why? Out of the Box : Highlights, merchandise listings and all of September's programmes in our packed listings section! You Should Be Watching… : The Shield Bald shouty men and a squad of rough 'n' ready cops: using their badge to get what they want on the LAPD. The Guest List : Charlie Weber reminisces about playing the Human host for Buffy villain Glory, and Michael Adamthwaite explains why he loves giving orders as Stargate SG-1's Her'ak. File Under: Hercules: The Legendary Journeys: Find out just what effect the hunky half-god had on Xena to make her change her ways enough to be given a spin-off show as we relive the fists of fury in Unchained Heart.

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Cult Times #95, August 2003 Cult Times #95, August 2003
(Reference #C95)

Features:
Alias: Arvin Sloane has helped Sydney destroy his organization to set in motion an even bigger plan. Ron Rifkin explains why his character may still just be misunderstood…
Stargate SG-1: She's been playing Carter on the show for over six years, and now Amanda Tapping will be directing! We find out exactly what she's willing to do to get everyone to do what she wants.
Buffy The Vampire Slayer : Harry Groener looks back on his year of evildoing as Sunnydale's Mayor, and his return to the series for a couple of fun cameos in its final year.
Andromeda : As the series heads into its fourth season, we find out from Rommie herself, Lexa Doig, what changes are coming the crew's way, including the return of some old enemies.
Mutant X: Danger! Danger! High Voltage! Victor Webster, aka electric-powered mutant Brennan Mulwray, explains why next season is going to be a big one for his character's development.
Regulars:
Instant Guide: Haunted Times Past: Two cancelled series, Joss Whedon's Firefly and the Batman-inspired Birds of Prey, come under the microscope as we try to determine if they were unfairly dismissed or worthy of deletion. Out of the Box : TV, merchandise and highlights for the month of August. You Should Be Watching… : Dragnet Joe Friday returns to our screens, and he still just wants the facts. Find out more about the revival of the Cult cop show. The Guest List : April Wheedon-Washington discusses her work as stunt person and Subway Slayer on Buffy, while Eugene Robert Glazer relates the fun he had playing Shalimar's father in Mutant X. File Under: Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased): A true classic in every sense as we examine The Ghost Who Saved the Bank at Monte Carlo, a fun case for the original Jeff Randall and Marty Hopkirk.

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Cult Times #94, July 2003 Cult Times #94, July 2003
(Reference #C94)

Features:
Enterprise SG-1: Roxann Dawson, formerly B'Elanna Torres, discusses the differences between acting and directing for Star Trek: Voyager and her recent work on Enterprise.
Buffy The Vampire Slayer : DB Woodisde looks back over his work on the series' last season, helping fight the demon hordes from the comfort of the Sunnydaler High principal's office, and later on the front lines…
Firefly/Buffy The Vampire Slayer : As captain of the Serenity, Nathan Fillion was hit, tortured, shot and stabbed. As Caleb in Buffy, he punched, kicked, threw people around and poked Xander's eye out. We find out which role was more fun…
Andromeda : Ever wondered about the people who work behind the scenes? This month we ask Gordon Verheul what being the director of photography entails.
Jeremiah: Star Luke Perry provides some tantalizing hints about what's in store…
La Femme Nikita: As the series finally comes to an end of Five, we ask Eugene Robert Glazer how it felt to play the head of nasty spy organization Section One, the mysteriously named Operations.
Regulars:
Instant Guide: Mutant X Times Past: Our regular reviewer looks at the finale of Buffy and wonders if the BBC's latest newcomer, Strange, can become the new jewel in the Fantasy crown. Out of the Box : A complete run-down of TV for July, with highlights and merchandise listings. You Should Be Listening To…: I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue We encourage you to listen to Radio 4's best and brightest show, still gleaming after 31 years. The Guest List : Dom DeLuise provides tales of Stargate SG-1 from a father's perspective, and Jayne Heitmeyer discusses her move from saving the Earth to fighting alongside the crew of the Andromeda. File Under: American Gothic: A look back at a dark and disturbing episode of this ever-popular spooky Fantasy show.

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Cult Times #93, June 2003 Cult Times #93, June 2003
(Reference #C93)

Features:
Stargate SG-1: Writer/producer/director/extra Peter DeLuise talks about the opening salvo of episodes from Season Seven.
Alias: Actor Carl Lumbly examines the current mindset of his character, agent Marcus Dixon.
Firefly/Angel : Actress Gina Torres can be found everywhere this month, helping to lead the crew in Firefly, bringing peace to the world in Angel, and in a brief role as Cas in The Matrix Reloaded.
Smallville : Allison Mack, the series’ Chloe Sullivan, talks about the body beautiful and a love that dare not speak its name…
Jeremiah: Star Luke Perry provides some tantalizing hints about what's in store…
The Tribe: Four members of The Tribe; Ram (Tom Hern), Zoot (Daniel James), Ebony (Meryl Cassie) and Amber (Beth Allen) talked to us about the comings and goings over the first five years of the show.
Regulars:
Instant Guide: Firefly Times Past: Buffy or Angel: which is better? Out of the Box : Comprehensive listings for June's TV You Should Be Watching…: Six Feet Under. The Guest List : John Billingsley's wife Bonita Friedericy faces off against the Borg in Enterprise, while Camille Mitchell enforces the law in Smallville. File Under: Now and Again: The three-episode opening story.

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Cult Times #92, May 2003 Cult Times #92, May 2003
(Reference #C92)

Features:
Spooks: MI5's top spies are back in action, and we were on set to find out what's in store from creator David Wolstencroft and stars Matthew MacFadyen, David Oyelowo, Peter Firth and Shauna MacDonald.
Strange: Co-star Samantha Janus talks from the set about helping in the fight against evil.
The Dead Zone: Star Anthony Michael Hall looks back on the first half of Season Two.
Buffy The Vampire Slayer: The delectable yet despicable Glory, aka Clare Kramer.
Jeremiah: Star Luke Perry provides some tantalizing hints about what's in store…
The Goodies: We celebrate the launch of The Goodies on DVD by chatting with all three of the boys, who explain that the show isn't just giant kittens.
Regulars:
Instant Guide: Birds of Prey Times Past: Gifted children, in Taken amd Alias Out of the Box : May brings a smattering of new shows, including Firefly and Birds of Prey, plus new channel CNX! You Should Be Watching…: Malcolm in the Middle. The Guest List : Paul Wasilewski talks about being Lex Luthor's brother in Smallville's Prodigal, while Peter Kent turns all nasty in Stargate SG-1. File Under: Stargate SG-1: The Tok'ra.

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Cult Times #91, April 2003 Cult Times #91, April 2003
(Reference #C91)

Features:
Angel: Writer/producer Steven S DeKnight and the Beast himself, Vladimir Kulich, explain what they're doing to keep the apocalypse coming.
The Dead Zone: Sean Patrick Flanery plays crooked senator Greg Stillson!
Enterprise: Anthony Montgomery is happy to be at the helm of the starship Enterprise.
Red Dwarf: Doug Naylor reveals just what's going on at the moment in the world of Lister, Rimmer, Cat, Kryten and Holly.
Regulars:
Instant Guide: Smallville Times Past: Farscape Out of the Box : April brings with it a shower of shows The Guest List : First Wave's Rob La Belle in Smallville, and Sebastian Spence in Mutant X. File Under: Charmed: All Halliwell's Eve.

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Cult Times #90, March 2003 Cult Times #90, March 2003
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Features:
Smallville: Michael Rosenbaum and John Glover, Lex and Lionel Luthor respectively, each discuss their proposals for really shaking up the second season of the show.
Buffy The Vampire Slayer/Angel: Actress Nicole de Boer on what's in store for Sarah Bannerman…
Enterprise: Dominic Keating explains why he'd like his character, armoury officer Malcolm Reed, to be a bit more of an arse, and hop into bed with T'Pol after his several attempts so far.
Jeremiah: Co-producer Gregory Noveck takes us through the dangerous world of Jeremiah.
Regulars:
Instant Guide: Odyssey 5 Times Past: The Second Coming Out of the Box : Mad March The Guest List : Former Earth: Final Conflict star Melinda Deines chats about taking on Mutant X, and Enid-Raye Adams reminisces about stealing a whopping great spaceship in Stargate SG-1. File Under: Quantum Leap: Man of La Mancha.

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Cult Times #89, February 2003 Cult Times #89, February 2003
(Reference #C89)
Features:
Alias: Season 1 run-down and looking towards Season 2.
The Dead Zone: Actress Nicole de Boer on what's in store for Sarah Bannerman…
Stargate SG-1: Don S Davis, (General Hammond) on the seventh season, and the return of Daniel Jackson.
Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Continuing our encounters with the series' villains, Warren, played by Adam Busch.
Taken: A second look behind the scenes with cast and crew.
Mutant X: Back for a second year, Victoria Pratt as Shalimar
Regulars:
Instant Guide: Bewitched Times Past: Special Unit 2 Out of the Box : The romantic month of February The Guest List : Anthony Lemke in Andromeda, and Fulvio Cecere as Sandoval in Dark Angel. File Under: Roswell: The White Room

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Cult Times #88, January 2003 Cult Times #88, January 2003
(Reference #C88)

Features:
Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Nicholas Brendon is Xander Harris, and he's still delighted to be part of the Scooby Gang…
Smallville: Sam Jones III talks about how his hopes for a more active Pete in Season Two are coming true.
Taken: We speak to the production team of Steven Spielberg's mini-series
Angel: Hot couple Fred Burkle and Charles Gunn, aka Amy Acker and J August Richards, discuss their lives on and off set.
Andromeda: We catch up with Tyr actor Keith Hamilton Cobb.
Regulars:
Instant Guide: Special Unit 2 Times Past: The grim and unremitting world of J Michael Straczynski's Jeremiah comes under the spotlight Out of the Box : New year, new channels, new shows! We bring you information on them all. The Guest List : A double bill of Jeremiah as we talk to Peter Stebbings and Ingrid Kavelaars about playing Thunder Mountain residents Markus and Erin. File Under: Red Dwarf: Polymorph

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