We have no idea whether you guys got all the Halloween candy you wanted, but one thing we do know is that you sure came up with some awesome costumes to wear while trick or treating Sunday. Here are 23 of our favorites, including a trashcan stormtrooper, a sexy Leeloo (is Halloween even possible without one?), a Tron baby and more!
In what political rally do attendees hold signs like, "Save the Clock Tower?" The Rally to Restore Sanity, sponsored by Jon Stewart of Comedy Central's The Daily Show, of course.
Syfy announced it won't be picking up a second season of Caprica, the TV prequel that told how the Cylons of the reimagined Battlestar Galactica were born, and that the final five episodes of the series have been rescheduled for 2011.
We saw how the Battlestar Galactica saga ended, and now with Caprica, we're seeing how it began. But what about that part in the middle, when Commander William Adama was only a rookie viper pilot during the first Cyclon war? Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome, a new 2-hour pilot from Syfy, is about to take us there.
LOLCats are stupid. They really are. Being stupid is pretty much the point of a LOLCat, but still—most of them are just dumb. So we surfed and suffered through hundreds of examples of this meme-omenon to dig up those rare sci-fi-themed LOLCats that are actually FUNNY.
Spin-offs. Reboots. Sequels. Reimaginings. Call them what you want, we wouldn't recognize sci-fi TV without them. Many of our favorite sci-fi TV shows have inspired new series—which in some cases have been even better than the originals.
Apparently, if you'd paid attention to the actual science of BSG—specifically blood types and machine diseases—you'd have been able to piece together that humans and Cylons would get it on, interspecies style.
Image of the Day: 9 Battlestar characters sorted by good vs. evil
Not everyone is cut out to be the hero (or even stand next to the hero except in publicity photographs). And yet somehow we love them ... love to hate them, that is. Here are 15 of sci-fi's greatest, most loathable cowards, from C-3PO to Shaggy.
Recognizing the USS Enterprise is easy—but what about 99 other famous (and not so famous) spaceships from sci-fi movies and TV? Think you know them all? If so, you can test yourself right now.