In which Garibaldi thumps a book and Bester sits in the wrong chair.
“We have a weapon!”
Great, but how well is it deployed? Discuss the telepath revelation and other burning questions with all the spoilers here.
With a name like “Abrahamo Lincolni,” it’s got to be good. (TM)
It’s time to discuss all of the heavy arc stuff in this episode, such as: “What kind of a name is Lyndisty?”
We all find different ways to cope with hardship. David Macintyre grabs some chainmail and a prop sword and becomes King Arthur. Cheesy? A weird departure from the story arc? Thematically relevant and touching? What can you say about an episode where the biggest villain is the post office?
Oh, and because B5’s gone Arthurian again, it’s time to bring back Sunspot’s fantabulous 2013 song, “Arthuriana”–the whole track this time! Check them out at sunspotmusic.com.
What do a mailman, chainmail, and a board meeting have in common? This episode.
We learn a little something new about the Earth-Minbari War. What did we learn for future episodes of Babylon 5? And will we ever see that postmaster again?
After hype, hype and hype again about the Holy Trilogy and especially “Severed Dreams,” is it time for a sudden crash to earth? Or, in the midst of rapidly devolving Nightwatch members and the most insufferable spoken-word computer interface since Siri, do we still find lovely things to chew on? Alert your tailor: it’s time for a uniform change!
Feel free to discuss the mysteries of this episode, such as how the Nightwatch suddenly got replaced by a bunch of Dreadnoks, without fear of being spoiled for future episodes.
Yes, Chip is asserting that Scar Eye Guy was a G.I. Joe villain.
Amid the chaos…a costume! (Or four.)
(Bonus points if you get the reference. Hint: It was also a black costume. Oh, and keep your spoilers here rather than the other place.)