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1 In what series did Don S. Davis play the part of General Hammond?
Answer: Stargate SG-1

Don S. Davis appeared in the first seven series of "Stargate-SG1" as General Hammond. He has also-guest-starred as the same character in the series "Stargate Atlantis".

Other sci-fi series he has made guest appearances in are "Gene Rodenberry's Andromeda", "The X-Files" and the short-lived "Flash Gordon".
  From Quiz: Left-Handed Sci-Fi Stars
2 "Danger, Will Robinson." That warning became a catchphrase for the resident robot on which sci-fi series of the mid 1960s?
Answer: Lost in Space

Each week viewers were treated to the space adventures of the Robinson family. Back then the sets looked like sets because CG technology was years away. Did we, the viewers, care? Absolutely not. The storylines centered around this adventurous family who left Earth to colonize a new planet. On the way to their destination their spaceship was thrown off course, leaving them lost in space. The evil Dr. Zachary Smith added comic relief to the otherwise serious content of the show. Guy Williams, June Lockhart, Jonathan Harris, and Billy Mumy (Will Robinson) all starred in this popular series. Jonathan Harris, with his affected British accent, played the role of Dr. Smith
    Your options: [ Lost in Space ] [ Space Family Robinson ] [ Space Wars ] [ Lost in Time ]
  From Quiz: Classic Sci-Fi TV
3 In this show, a young man wakes up from a long-term coma to find he has psychic abilities. Based on a novel by Stephen King, the show ran for six seasons starting in 2002 and starred Anthony Michael Hall as John Smith. What is the name of this show?
Answer: The Dead Zone

The television series "The Dead Zone" started with the same plot as King's novel: high school teacher Johnny Smith was in a major car accident, fell into a deep coma, and didn't wake up for four years. When he did finally wake, he was able to see events from the past, present, and future that happened to other people. The show had some important distinctions: TV Johnny was a father, was quite wealthy, and had a best friend and physiologist named Bruce who was by his side during his adventures.
  From Quiz: Name That Sci-Fi Show
4 "Blake's 7" was a 1970s British television series. The actor who played Avon was not a very well-known television actor at the time. Who was he?
Answer: Paul Darrow

Before taking on the role of Kerr Avon Paul Darrow was mainly known for his theatre work, acting in several Shakespeare plays. His appearance in "Blake's 7" changed that. He was the British answer to Spock in "Star Trek", trying to apply logic and reason to his actions. The programme, which ran for four series, was about Rog Blake, an idealist, who, with various assorted criminals, escapes from a prison ship, takes over an abandoned alien space ship and sets out to fight the Galactic Federation, and just about anyone else they come across. The sets were not brilliant, certainly the space ships were sometimes very shaky, but the storylines were good. The character of Avon gained great popularity, mainly for his sarcasm and wit, and his very ambiguous moral code. You were never quite certain which side he was on, other than his own. Since it finished the series has achieved a cult status.
  From Quiz: From Shaky Spaceships to Shooting Stars
5 Which relatively short lived British television series starred Joanna Lumley and David McCallum as a pair of time guardians?
Answer: Sapphire and Steel

"Sapphire and Steel" ran from 1979 to 1982. Joanna Lumley was Sapphire and David McCallum Steel. They were operatives who protected the integrity of time and turned up to fix anachronisms when they arose. The stories were often fairly cryptic in nature, leaving more unexplained than explained. For instance, it is never explained where the two come from, they just appear out of nowhere. The series had a very small budget, and this contributed to the sparse nature of the sets and special effects. These did however give the show its ambiance.

David McCallum is probably better known for his role as Illya Kuryakin in "The Man From U.N.C.L.E.". Joanna Lumley had appeared in many film and television series, most notably as Purdy in "The New Avengers" and Patsy in "Absolutely Fabulous".
    Your options: [ Sapphire and Steel ] [ Titanium and Gold ] [ Mercury and Lead ] [ Ruby and Mercury ]
  From Quiz: A Matter of Time
6 BBC's 'Doctor Who' has been on air for decades and the Doctor was stuck on Earth for quite some time as scientific advisor to UNIT. Who commanded UNIT during this exile?
Answer: Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart

We first met the brigadier as a colonel when London was being invaded by the Yetis. Brigadier Bambera was UNIT commander during the adventure 'Battlefield' with the Seventh Doctor.

Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart was played by Nicholas Courtney.
  From Quiz: Not Quite the Lead
7 This character, though an alien, is a part of Americana. He's been portrayed by many actors in many series. He is invulnerable, flies, used to change in a phone booth and has a big "S" on his chest. Who is he?
Answer: Superman

Superman's first TV incarnation was in "The Adventures of Superman", which ran from 1952-58 and starred George Reeves. The latest is "Smallville", which stars Tom Welling, began in 2001 and will end in 2011. In between there was "Superboy" (starring John Newton and Gerard Christopher as Superboy) which was shown from 1988-92 and "Lois And Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" starring Dean Cain as Superman from 1993-97. There have been many cartoon versions of Superman over the years as well.
  From Quiz: Space Invaders on Our TV!
8 What was the surname of the family in the 1960s television show, "Lost in Space?"
Answer: Robinson

"Lost in Space" was a television show about the Robinson family and their journey in search for a new planet, in which, other Earthlings can settle on. But unbeknownst to them, a stowaway by the name of Dr. Smith, boards their ship and throws them off course.

Question submitted by Team Member TriviaGuy245.
  From Quiz: Television Shows About Space
9 One day a teenage girl gets doused with some chemical that gives her supernatural powers. Not only can she turn into liquid when she wants to slide her way out of tough situations, but she can zap things with an electrical charge, and move things with her mind, all the while being in high school, and trying to hide her true identity from the public to avoid being exposed! Name the show.
Answer: "The Secret World of Alex Mack"

"The Secret World of Alex Mack" aired during the early 90s on Nickelodeon. This show was one of the first shows I discovered about teenagers having super powers. It was a great show back then because she was always trying to hide her secret from her parents, and from the public, so that the chemical plant where her incident happened wouldn't catch up to her!
    Your options: [ "The Secret World of Alex Mack" ] [ "As Told By Jody" ] [ "Clarrisa Explains It All" ] [ "The Mysterious World of Pepper Green" ]
  From Quiz: My Favorite Science Fiction Shows!
10 The term "space opera" was first coined by Wilson Tucker in 1941 as a condemnation of "substandard science fiction." Considering their clichéd use, which of the following groups of objects would likely be included in a space opera?
Answer: spaceships, good versus evil, romance, ray guns, aliens

Wilson Tucker called space opera "the hacky, grinding, stinking, outworn space-ship yarn". It was primarily meant as a derogatory term, however the term had a less demeaning tone to it in the following years. Space opera is often classified as hard science fiction, but modern TV programs include other aspects so as to appeal to many viewers.
    Your options: [ elves, mythical creatures, bows and arrows, sword fighting, magic ] [ horses, satire, pistols, sheriffs, poker games ] [ spaceships, good versus evil, romance, ray guns, aliens ] [ tanks, machine guns, paratroopers, amputations, explosions ]
  From Quiz: TV Meets the Modern Space Opera
11 This show follows the adventures of the Federation Starship Enterprise, Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock, Chief Medical Officer Leonard `Bones' McCoy and the rest of the crew.
Answer: 'Star Trek'

Gene Roddenberry originally pitched his idea to CBS who said that they would get back to him. While he waited they sneakily went ahead with the creation of 'Lost in Space'.
    Your options: [ 'Star Trek' ] [ 'The Outer Limits' ] [ 'Lost in Space' ] [ 'Battlestar Galactica' ]
  From Quiz: Sci Fi Series
12 In which ship do Travis, Percy, Marcus, Rudolpho and Callie travel?
Answer: The Tulip

Travis and Percy Montana are cousins, each having a certain claim to the Tulip courtesy of the earlier captain, Dante, who was the father of one and the uncle of the other. Callie (Callista) Larkadia is a bounty hunter who travels with them. Rudolpho DeLuna is an earlier owner and Marcus Fagen a young friend and associate of Travis.
    Your options: [ The Tardis ] [ The Tulip ] [ Serenity ] [ Firefly ]
  From Quiz: Serenity, the Tulip and the Tardis
13 "Star Trek: Enterprise": The crew finds their return to Earth harder than they thought, while Trip and T'Pol journey to Vulcan to visit T'Pol's mother. "X-Files": A baby with birth defects is found buried alive. It is learned the defects are the result of generations of inbreeding. "Stargate Atlantis": The team plans to get the power necessary to return home from a planet's strange atmospheric fog.
Answer: Home

Joanna Cassidy, who plays T'Pol's mother in the "Star Trek: Enterprise" episode "Home" auditioned to play Captain Janeway on "Star Trek: Voyager".
During the episode "Home" for "Stargate Atlantis", McKay is watching "The Outer Limits", another popular science fiction show.
Mulder mentions his sister Samantha for the first time in a non-abduction related topic in the "X-Files" episode "Home".
    Your options: [ Poisoning the Well ] [ Home ] [ Proving Ground ] [ Unusual Suspects ]
  From Quiz: Common Sci-Fi Episode Titles, Part 5 of 5
14 Which planet is Mr Spock of "Star Trek" from?
Answer: Vulcan

The science officer of the U.S.S Enterprise serving under Captain Kirk, Spock was born on Vulcan in the year 2230. While his father, Sarek, was a Vulcan diplomat his mother, Amanda Grayson was an Earthling.
    Your options: [ Vulcan ] [ Vermillion ] [ Hespos ] [ Sable ]
  From Quiz: TV Aliens. Where are they From?
15 "Earth: Final Conflict": When Zo'or contacts an ancient deadly plague for which there is no known cause or cure, Renee recruits Augur to research the virus and its potential. "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine": A group of refugees from the Gamma Quadrant claim that Bajor is their long-lost homeland. "Stargate Atlantis": A world untouched by the Wraith may provide a home for the refugees currenty in Atlantis.
Answer: Sanctuary

Guest star Shawn Ashmore, Max from "Earth: Final Conflict's" "Sanctuary" is better known for his portrayal of Bobby/Iceman in the "X-Men" movies and has also guest starred on "The Outer Limits" and "Smallville".
In "Deep Space Nine's" "Sanctuary" guest star Kitty Swink, who portrays the character of Rozahn, is Armin Shimerman's (Quark) wife. Andrew Koenig, who plays Tumak, is Walter Koenig's son (Pavel Chekov in the "Original Series").
In "Stargate Atlantis's" "Sanctuary", a joke is made about Captain Kirk, from "Star Trek" regarding Kirk's habit of romancing every alien woman he meets.
    Your options: [ Time Bomb ] [ Sanctuary ] [ Bad Genes ] [ Paradise ]
  From Quiz: Common Sci-Fi Episode Titles, Part 4 of 5
16 "Star Trek: Voyager": After receiving the news that she is pregnant with Tom Paris's child, and learning the child will have dominant Klingon features, B'Elanna has flashbacks to her childhood, remembering how difficult her life was because she was Klingon. "Angel": The Angel squad is investigating cyborg assassins that may be more than they appear and Wesley receives a visit from his father and a possible chance to rejoin the Watcher's Council. "Smallville": A strange woman shows up claiming to be Clark's biological mother...and that his father is Lionel. Meanwhile Lana decides to meet with the man who is her biological father.
Answer: Lineage

When the lights go off in "Angel's" "Lineage" Spike shouts "You'll never take me to hell, Pavayne!" This is a reference to another episode "Hell Bound" in which the ghost of Pavayne was trying to send Spike into hell.
Patrick Cassidy, Henry Small from "Smallville's" "Lineage", had a small multi-episode role as Leslie Luckabee on "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman".
    Your options: [ Players ] [ Visage ] [ Homestead ] [ Lineage ]
  From Quiz: Common Sci-Fi Episode Titles, Part 3 of 5
17 "Angel": The gang starts to have doubts about Angel's loyalties when he appears to have become very close with the Circle of the Black Thorn, an evil secret demon society. "Star Trek: Next Generation": While en route to the source of a subspace distress signal coming from a desolate moon, Data, Troi and O'Brien take over the bridge and force the ship to change course.
Answer: Power Play

"Power Play" is the second-to-last episode of "Angel" and falls in season five of "Next Generation."
    Your options: [ Power Play ] [ Redefinition ] [ Why We Fight ] [ Violations ]
  From Quiz: Common Sci-Fi Episode Titles, Part 2 of 5
18 "Angel": Angel must pay for using powerful dark magic in his failed attempt to bring back his son, and the hotel becomes infected with deadly slug-like creatures who invade Fred's body, leaving Wesley as Gunn's only hope to save her. "Star Trek: Next Generation": The Enterprise hosts the negotiations for the rights to a newly discovered, stable wormhole to the Delta Quadrant.
Answer: The Price

Vincent Kartheiser (Connor) who first appeared in "Angel's" "The Price" was not listed in the opening guest cast credits, in order to keep the surprise from viewers.
The Ferengi lost in "Next Generation's" "The Price" are later found in the Delta quadrant in an episode of "Star Trek: Voyager".
    Your options: [ The Price ] [ The Loss ] [ A New World ] [ Remember Me ]
  From Quiz: Common Sci-Fi Episode Titles, Part 1 of 5
19 "X-Files": With the X-Files closed, Scully has been assigned as an instructor at the FBI Academy while Mulder is doing menial surveillance work. "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine": Quark, Rom and Nog accidentally head back in time and crash in Roswell, New Mexico in 1947.
Answer: Little Green Men

In "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine's" "Little Green Men" Nog remarks how Gabriel Bell in his guidebook looks like Captain Sisko, a reference to the season 3 two-parter "Past Tense", in which Sisko has to assume the identity of Bell to preserve the timeline.
    Your options: [ Aliens Among Us ] [ One Breath ] [ Little Green Men ] [ For the Cause ]
  From Quiz: Common Titles From "The X-Files"
20 Armin Shimmerman played Quark on "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine." He was the first crossover. In what episode did he appear?
Answer: The Nox

Armin Shimmerman played Anteaus, one of the Nox. We learn in "The Fifth Race" that the Nox are one of the four great races in the universe.
  From Quiz: "Stargate SG-1" and "Star Trek" Actors/Actresses
21 "Stargate SG-1": Teal'c starts suffering from a series of dreams where he is a human fireman, "T," preparing to donate a kidney. "Star Trek: Original Series": The Enterprise encounters Nomad, a probe, who erases Uhura's memory and kills Scotty.
Answer: The Changeling

"Stargate's" "The Changeling" was written by none other than, Christopher Judge, who plays Teal'c. This episode was mildly confusing, leaving viewers doubting which scenes were real and which were dreams. In the obvious dream scenes, Teal'c did not sport the forehead symbol.
    Your options: [ Metamorphosis ] [ Brief Candle ] [ Point of No Return ] [ The Changeling ]
  From Quiz: "Stargate SG-1" and "Star Trek" Part 3
22 "Stargate SG-1": The Asgard request help from SG-1 to fight the Replicators. "Star Trek: Voyager": Chakotay is kidnapped and brainwashed to fight in a war.
Answer: Nemesis

I absolutely love "Star Trek's" "Nemesis." The first time I saw it, I could barely understand what was being said, but that's what made it so great.
"Stargate's" "Nemesis" was the 3rd season finale, and was followed up by "Small Victories" in season 4.
"Nemesis" is also the name of the 10th "Star Trek" movie.
    Your options: [ Investigations ] [ Menace ] [ Nemesis ] [ The Other Side ]
  From Quiz: "Stargate SG-1" and "Star Trek" Part 2
23 "Stargate SG-1": Duplicate robots made of SG-1. "Star Trek: Next Generation": Large space object turns out to possess intelligence.
Answer: Tin Man

The robot duplicates from "Stargate's" "Tin Man" reappeared in a later episode, "Double Jeopardy."
Harry Groener, who played Tam Elbran in "Star Trek's" "Tin Man" is better known for his role as the Mayor on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer."
    Your options: [ Datalore ] [ The Broca Divide ] [ Quality of Life ] [ Tin Man ]
  From Quiz: "Stargate SG-1" and "Star Trek" Part 1
24 "B5" and "Voyager" seem like they don't have much in common. However, there is one name that is common to both. In "B5", this name was the Minbari not born of Minbari. On "Voyager," this character was the first to tell Janeway and her crew about "The Void."
Answer: Valen

Valen, really Commander Sinclair, went back in time 1,000 years and was "Minbari, not born of Minbari." In the "Voyager" timeline, Valen had been trapped in the void for five years and raided the ship that stole Voyager's supplies.
    Your options: [ Dukhat ] [ Annorax ] [ Lomax ] [ Valen ]
  From Quiz: "Babylon 5" and "Star Trek: Voyager"
25 A hush-hush military group travel throughout the galaxy via an alien artefact discovered in Egypt.
Answer: 'Stargate SG-1'

The 'Stargate SG-1' series was adapted from the movie 'Stargate' and became a brilliant stand-alone series. The team SG-1 travel around the galaxy via the Stargate, which was built by an alien race called the Ancients.
    Your options: [ 'Andromeda' ] [ 'Seven Days' ] [ 'Star Trek; Voyager' ] [ 'Stargate SG-1' ]
  From Quiz: The Sci-Fi TV Quiz
26 Which character did Michael Rosenbaum play in the series "Smallville"?
Answer: Lex Luthor

"Smallville", the show about the childhood of Clark Kent before he became Superman, ran for ten years. Michael Rosenbaum played Lex Luthor in the first seven series before returning for the show's finale.

Jonathan Kent was played by "The Dukes of Hazzard" star John Schneider, Tom Welling played the lead role of Clark Kent, and Pete Ross was played by Sam Jones III.
    Your options: [ Pete Ross ] [ Jonathan Kent ] [ Lex Luthor ] [ Clark Kent ]
  From Quiz: Left-Handed Sci-Fi Stars
27 One of the most thought-provoking sci-fi series of the early 1960s was also one of the best. Rod Serling, who created the show and wrote many of the episodes, introduced each one. The eerie music accompanying the opening credits added to the show's creepy feeling. Name this top-notch sci-fi series.
Answer: Twilight Zone

Many talented writers contributed to the show's storylines. One that might surprise you is Earl Hamner, Jr. who created the endearing family drama "The Waltons". Harlan Ellison, Ray Bradbury, Richard Matheson, and Stephen King are some of the well-known authors who lent their creative talents to the show.
    Your options: [ Twilight Zone ] [ Tales From the Crypt ] [ The Outer Limits ] [ One Step Beyond ]
  From Quiz: Classic Sci-Fi TV
28 A favorite of conspiracy theorists everywhere, this show featured two FBI agents on the hunt for unexplained phenomena. Created by Chris Carter, the original run of this show was on Fox from 1993-2002. What is the title of this program?
Answer: The X-Files

The Fox network launched "The X-Files" in 1993 and ran it for nine original seasons. Starring David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, the series would interlace free-standing episodes with episodes that built to the larger story arcs, which usually involved alien abduction. It has spawned films, spin-offs, and a mini-series, known as season ten, in 2016.
  From Quiz: Name That Sci-Fi Show
29 Which series, a Gerry and Sylvia Anderson production without puppets, was about the moon being knocked out of orbit?
Answer: Space 1999

Starring Martin Landau, Anton Phillip and Barry Morse, "Space 1999" ran from 1975 to 1977. The first episode set the scene when nuclear waste stored on the moon explodes, sending it, and the moon base staff on it, hurling out into space. In their unwilling journey they encounter other civilisations and peoples, but as they cannot control the speed of direction of the moon they are always travelling on. There were two series, each of 24 episodes. A third series was planned, but never happened, so we never knew the ultimate fate of the unwilling space travellers.
    Your options: [ Space 1999 ] [ Space Island One ] [ Space Patrol ] [ Joe 90 ]
  From Quiz: From Shaky Spaceships to Shooting Stars
30 DI Alex Drake finds herself transported from 2008 to 1981 in which time travelling police series?
Answer: Ashes to Ashes

A sequel to the successful series "Life on Mars", "Ashes to Ashes" moves DCI Gene Hunt (Philip Glennister) and his team from 1970s Manchester to 1980s London. DI Alex Drake is transported to their time frame when she goes into a coma following an injury. Spread over three series from 2008 to 2010 "Ashes to Ashes" also flashes back to "Life on Mars" and the eventual fate of Sam Tyler (John Simm), who time travelled to the 1970s from 2006. The exploration of the relationship between a woman police officer of the 21st Century and a male officer of the 1980s is a central part of the plot. The meaning of both series is revealed in the final episode.
    Your options: [ Ashes to Ashes ] [ Quantum Leap ] [ Life on Mars ] [ Time Cop ]
  From Quiz: A Matter of Time
31 In a series renowned for killing off security types, 'Star Trek' (original series) had a number of navigators before settling on who?
Answer: Pavel Chekov

For a series filmed at the height of the Cold War, Chekov's pride in his Russian heritage was unusual from a Western perspective. Lieutenant Styles was one of Chekov's predecessors and we saw Surek and Lincoln in one of the episodes.

Pavel Chekov was played by Walter Keonig.
  From Quiz: Not Quite the Lead
32 Before it was made into a movie in the 1980s, it was a TV series in the 1960s. On what show did "Uncle Martin" look normal until he raised his antenna?
Answer: My Favorite Martian

Starring Ray Walston and Bill Bixby, "My Favorite Martian" ran from 1963-66. It was about a Martian crash landing on Earth and trying to fix his ship without anyone discovering he's an alien. It was later made into a 1999 movie starring Christopher Lloyd as the Martian.
  From Quiz: Space Invaders on Our TV!
33 Who supplies the voice of Philip J. Fry on "Futurama?"
Answer: Billy West

Phil Hartman was originally going to do the voice for Fry. But due to his death, Billy West took over the role. Phil Hartman had the privilege in having the "Futurama" character, Philip J. Fry, named after him.

Question submitted by Team Member Runaway_Drive.
  From Quiz: Television Shows About Space
34 There's another strange young adult out there who's living amongst the people of "Smallville". His name is Clark Kent, and he's destined to become Superman. But all the while young Clark has stalled in taking on his mission by engaging in human behaviors rather than embracing his extraterrestrial identity. During one episode, Clark is instructed by Jor-El to complete training in his Fortress of Solitude before sundown, but Clark fails at this. What is Jor-El's punishment for his son's defiance?
Answer: Clark's powers are taken from him, which Clark initially finds to be a positive thing.

"Smallville" is one of my all time favorite shows. This question pertains to the first episode of season 5, probably one of the best "Smallville" seasons, next to season 6, thus far. This is the season where spaceships (other than Clark's) show up, Lex gets deeper into his investigation of extraterrestrial life, Clark really loses Lana, and while she ends up with Lex, she is beginning to show an interest in the extraterrestrial world herself, which helps her in slowly piecing the 'mystery of Clark Kent' puzzle together. Juicy!
  From Quiz: My Favorite Science Fiction Shows!
35 One of the most successful franchises in the history of space opera is "Star Trek" created by Gene Roddenberry. It pioneered the way for other similar shows and tackled the political issues of the 1960s as did each respective spin-off in their eras. Which of the following is NOT a 'Star Trek' spin-off?
Answer: Star Trek: Valkyrie

"The Next Generation" aired from 1987-1994 and is most prominently recognized as the series that starred Patrick Stewart as the bald Captain Picard. "Deep Space Nine" ran from 1993-1999. Its events took place on a space station as opposed to a spaceship. "Voyager" ran from 1995-2001 and had the first female captain, Kathryn Janeway. Another series, "Enterprise", ran from 2000-2005 and starred "Quantum Leap" actor, Scott Bakula.
    Your options: [ Star Trek: Deep Space Nine ] [ Star Trek: The Next Generation ] [ Star Trek: Valkyrie ] [ Star Trek: Voyager ]
  From Quiz: TV Meets the Modern Space Opera
36 A NASA pilot from 1987 becomes frozen and is revived five centuries later and helps to defend Earth against the evil forces of the Draconian Empire.
Answer: 'Buck Rogers in the 25th Century'

Mel Blanc, who is famous for the voice of Bugs Bunny and various other 'Looney Tunes' characters did the voice for the robot Twiki.
    Your options: [ 'Buck Rogers in the 25th Century' ] [ 'Land of the Giants' ] [ 'The Invaders' ] [ 'Otherworld' ]
  From Quiz: Sci Fi Series
37 What do characters Simon and River and actor Mary have in common?
Answer: They share the surname Tam or Tamm

Simon (Sean Maher) and River Tam (Summer Glau) are siblings who travel on Serenity in "Firefly". Mary Tamm is a British actress who played Romana (1) in Doctor Who.
  From Quiz: Serenity, the Tulip and the Tardis
38 "Psi Factor": Two electricians and most of a construction site disappear, sparking an investigation by the Office of Scientific Investigation and Research. "Stargate SG-1": Daniel is suspended between death and ascension while Sam and Jack re-evaluate their romantic lives.
Answer: Threads

Mel Harris makes a return appearance as Oma Desala in the "Stargate SG-1" episode "Threads".
"Threads" is the first episode of the second season of "Psi Factor".
    Your options: [ Affinity ] [ Threads ] [ Bad Dreams ] [ The Healer ]
  From Quiz: Common Sci-Fi Episode Titles, Part 5 of 5
39 Alf from the sitcom "Alf" is from which planet?
Answer: Melmac

ALF, short for Alien Life Form, was born on the planet Melmac. In 1986 he crash-landed into the lives of a Los Angeles family, the Tanners, who sheltered and fed and fed and fed the alien. Alf always had one eye on the family cat that he considered a tasty snack.
    Your options: [ Melmac ] [ Gif ] [ Luska ] [ Curia ]
  From Quiz: TV Aliens. Where are they From?
40 "Babylon 5": In the hours before the Shadows and the Vorlons meet Sheridan's alliance, Ivanova and Lorien search the last of the First Ones, and Londo races back to Centauri Prime in hope of removing all Shadow influence. "Stargate SG-1": General Hammond leads a team, with the help of Teal'c, to rescue the rest of SG-1 from the Goa'uld Hathor.
Answer: Into the Fire

"Babylon 5's" "Into the Fire" falls in the show's fourth season.
"Into the Fire" opened season three for "Stargate SG-1" and was a direct continuation to the episode "Out of Mind".
    Your options: [ Conflicts of Interest ] [ Into the Fire ] [ Darkness Ascending ] [ Between Two Fires ]
  From Quiz: Common Sci-Fi Episode Titles, Part 4 of 5
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