"Then my third thought was, 'Hold on, what's it doing on the SCI-FI CHANNEL?' Since then BRAVEHEART has been shown on the Sci-Fi Channel, live action movies are shown on Cartoon Network and there isn't a music video to be seen on MTV so channel formats straying from the channel names doesn't really surprise me anymore."
— Triple Kelly, WrestleCrap
"Before there was Syfy, there was the Sci Fi Channel, and while the movies are still crap, they've taken to adding "Mega" to most of the titles."
—Obscurus Lupa, Alien Apocalypse
"Who Wants to Be a Superhero? was a reality show developed by Stan Lee and the Sci-Fi Channel, before they decided poor literacy is cool and that women prefer the letter Y as opposed to C and I."
— Linkara, "Top 15 Comics I'll Never Review"
Announcer: Coming soon on Ninja Movie Week! Ninja Dry Cleaner, Ninja Shoe Repair, Ninja Video Rental and Ninja Dentist! Coming this week on... See-Fee?... S-Y-F-Y? Eh. Um. That wrestling channel!
"The name Sci-Fi has been associated with geeks and dysfunctional, antisocial boys in their basements with video games and stuff like that, as opposed to the general public and the female audience in particular."
— Tim Brooks, a Syfy network executive.
It's not enough I'm about to watch Knights of Bloodsteel, but add in the fact that I'm watching it on the "Si-Fee" channel that really makes me yearn to wrap my lips around a fucking glock.
I sure am glad the Syfy channel is doing more reality shows, instead of original Science Fiction shows!" - Nobody, ever.
"A channel where new sci-fi shows are created based on old sci-fi shows, retreaded and reassembled like crusty multi-colored play doh that is drying out. Also includes new movies where giant CGI animals are sent on a rampage after actors with no will to live (or act)."
"Rodney gets a brain parasite that slowly shuts down his higher brain functions until he's reduced to the state of a drooling imbecile. Then he renames the network 'Syfy'."
—Chuck Sonnenburg, host of SF Debris