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.
“How many wives has he got?” Did you see this revelation coming? Did it make sense? How are things going for our wayfaring telepaths? What do you think of Byron now? Aisle or window seat? Let’s talk about everything but the spoilers…
In which we see Ranger trainees as they try to apply what they’ve taken from their lessons to the reality of Babylon 5 and Captain Lochley as she continues to adjust to the realities of her new position. Does the titular learning curve get too steep at times? Talk about this episode and everything that came before here.
Mack and Bo are your guides to the mysterious world of Babylon 5 (and Babylon 5). And yet, you’ve presumably seen four seasons and change, so you pretty much know the place already, right? What did you think of their observations, the unusual format of the show, and what spoo tastes like? (Spoilers for the rest of Season 5 go in the other thread, please!)
It was easy to get everyone to agree to do something. Now President Sheridan has to get them to all agree on how to do it. He gets unexpected help from the same telepath group that he granted sanctuary to.
Talk about this episode and everything before it here.
We have possibly set a record for the longest blog post title on b5audioguide.com.
But hey! Londo’s crisis was as serious as a heart attack! What’d you think of that, and of Lennier’s departure? Leave the spoilers in the other thread, please…
The season that JMS and crew never thought would arrive arrived. Let us know what you think of the kickoff to Babylon 5‘s final year. Spoilers to the left, please.
So, it turns out there was an even more powerful alien-race-with-dubious-motives than the Vorlons.
In other news, water is wet.
There’s ALWAYS a bigger fish. Did “Thirdspace” pull off presenting the bigger fish in the B5 universe?
Put yourself in the mindset of someone who happened to turn on TNT on basic cable in the States on January 4, 1998, and saw Babylon 5 for the first time. Would this have grabbed you? Would it have spoiled too much from Seasons 1-4? How about that buzzcut on Sheridan?
We get a series of glimpses into the future of the “Babylon 5” universe in this episode, technically the second of four finales. You can talk about how well it stuck its landing for you here, but avoid the details from Season 5!