What more can we say? Lizbeth Myles joins us as all of Londo’s chickens come definitively home to roost.
“A (Centauri) Republic, if you can keep(er) it.” — Benjamin Franklin
(Please, no spoilers for what few future episodes or spinoffs remain.)
Once upon a time, Londo Mollari answered a question exactly the wrong way. Talk about his future here.
All year long, Sheridan and Delenn have been trying to pull together a historic political alliance. They’ve been contending with not only the forces of history, but the fundamental forces of people. In “Movements of Fire and Shadow” it all comes to a head. Boom today, and the promise of more booms tomorrow….
Reckoning. War. One of the most powerful episodes of Babylon 5 ever, during the underrated Season 5. So powerful, in fact, that our Control Group, one Steven Schapansky, demanded to be let on the podcast…
Things are ramping up: Lennier, the hero. Lyta, the opportunist. Garibaldi, the watched. Londo, the lonely. The threads are all coming together as we approach the end of Babylon 5….
Almost the full ensemble gets together for what might be the calm before the storm, with lots of character beats in an episode that–spoiler alert–we all pretty much believe is FABOO.
See, this episode title is almost a pun, because Lennier and Findell were meditating on the brink of asphyxiation, and, and, and…
…listen, you have to like this episode because Chip likes puns.
When this episode first appeared, some fans decried it for not being “part of the arc,” or just a “slice of life.” Use the full power of your hindsight and let us know if they were right.
“I want to see the TV series set in the HR department at Psi Corps.” –James Thomson