Since this website was established in 2000, a number of new "I Spy" sites have joined the web. Happily, it is becoming difficult to keep up with them. Here's a roundup of tribute pages & a number of other Internet locations of interest to "I Spy" enthusiasts.
WEB PAGES DEVOTED TO "I SPY"
"I SPY" lives! Every day something new! Do visit the "Wonderfulness of i Spy" Forum. No "I Spy" fan will fail to be enchanted and enticed. It is THE place where those interested in all things "I Spy" come together to exchange info and views.
The Original and The Best
Bob Mitsch and David Cole created THE DEFINITIVE I SPY SITE with loads of info & comment about all the episodes and lots, lots more! It truly was the DEFINITIVE site for cognescenti and newcomer alike, and is now back at l23.org!
HOUSE OF I SPY is S. J. Dibai's engaging site full of wonderfulness including an entertaining quiz. Like a great book, you won't be able to put it down, or should one say, won't be able to log off.
And be sure to check the features from S. J. Dibai's HOUSE OF I SPY archived at wonderfulness.net!
The fascinating “I Spy” Quiz
All about the premier episode,“So Long Patrick Henry”
The Robert Culp Quiz
The advent of the I Spy DVDs has also brought a new treasure to the fold: Jason's “Tribute to the Coolest Spies in Television History.” It's absolutely terrific, and has EVERYTHING you need to know about I Spy. It is THE encyclopedia on the series.
TRISH BENNETT's wonderful and long-standing I Spy site includes a unique special feature - a virtual storyboard of several episodes - actual scenes from the shows!
Anne-Marie Le Glatin presents the CYBER GUIDE to "I Spy"in French & English, one of the earliest I Spy sites on the internet, and still going strong!
John Peel and the late Donna Lemaster produced the TITLE & EPISODES GUIDE giving you all essential "I Spy" details on a single running page.
THE I SPY GUIDE lists episodes by season.
TIM'S TV SHOWCASE features synopsis, cast, images & links for hundreds of TV series, including "I SPY"
The Museum of Broadcast Communications contains an "I Spy" page featuring a commentary by John Cooper plus further reading
Watch the entire first I Spy episode on the internet!
A German "I Spy" fan site
PAZSAZ ENTERTAINMENT lists "I Spy" episodes
OTHER PAGES ON THE WEB OF "I SPY" INTEREST
If you'd like to get copies of "I Spy" scripts, check out
The NETWORK & CABLE TV GUIDE gives a resume of "I Spy" & other shows
Slate Magazine comments on I Spy as original black and white buddy show
Review of the I Spy DVDs with many photos
A commentary on the spy genre of the 60's by William Koenig
This salute to composer EARLE HAGEN includes an essay about his scores for "I Spy" as well as his own comments on the music.
BILL COSBY RELATED
Reporter John Stanley on the set of "I Spy" episodeAN AMERICAN EMPRESS
ROBERT CULP RELATED
A site dealing with the physical problems Robert Culp endured during the making of "I Spy" and their aftermath