After all their hard work, it looks like the Interstellar Alliance can’t prevent war from breaking out. Talk about how they got here without spoiling future episodes in this thread.
Things continue to coalesce in an episode with a surprising number of continuity callbacks all the way from the pilot. Talk about what goes on and how we got here in this chat.
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.
Bester is back yet again, chasing yet another problem telepath to Babylon 5. This time his backup is two brand-new interns, about to get a fast education on pursuit procedures and just what it’s like having to work with mundanes who don’t trust you. Tell us what you thought of this episode here, without spoiling future episodes or any tie-in media.
What happens when a sci-fi show that has made it to the last of its planned seasons lands one of the hottest writers in comics to pen an episode?
You get a Babylon 5 episode that goes to some interesting places.
Here you can talk about Neil Gaiman’s “Day of the Dead” and the things that came before it.
Here’s the big thing we commented on as we recorded the podcast: this is the first time in ages, it feels like, that we’ve had the whole core cast involved in the story. What’d you think? No spoilers!
We shall not see the likes of that hair again.
Na’Toth’s back! Yay!
Bester’s back. Um, yay?
What did you think of the predicament Byron’s telepaths have gotten themselves into? And the sticky galacto-political situation? Let’s talk about this episode, but not the next one, here.
The poor Regent…
There are some definite parallels between the revelations about the Hyach-do and the telepaths. Did they make for a good episode? Please discuss in a way that preserves the awe and mystery of future episodes for our new viewers.