Whatever bizarre amalgam of eccentricity and zeitgeist that led to this syndicated ’80s TV show about a girl robot named V.I.C.I. still lives at James H. Vipond’s fan site. It’s ”semi-official” because it has a blessing – and a Q&A – from ”Small Wonder” creator Howard Leeds. You’ll find not only theme music, episode guides, and videos of the show but also fan fiction – including an entire novel. Serious techies may explore discussion groups where they can debate ”the math and myth behind V.I.C.I.’s science and the social ramifications that a real-life V.I.C.I. might pose,” while others may just want to hit the Tiffany Brissette Fan Page (she played the kid robot), or head to the next site in the – no kidding – ”Small Wonder” WebRing.
Posted May 17 2000 — 12:00 AM EDT
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