So, what did you think of “Believers”? Please comment here, but leave your spoilery thoughts to Earhart’s next door.
It’s the feel-good edition of Babylon 5, a cheery, positive, romp of an episode. Feel free to talk about “Believers” in the context of the rest of the series here.
We see an awful lot more of the Vorlons than we have to this point in a story that’s barely contained by 2,500,000 tons of spinning metal. What did you think of “Deathwalker”? Feel free to discuss it without fear of spoilers for the rest of the series.
Chip here, to make a special invitation to take advantage of the spoiler-free threads! We want B5AG to be a welcoming place for people to discover Babylon 5, so if you’re new to the series we’d love to hear from you–and if you’re a veteran, please give your thoughts about the episode on its own merits.
“Oh, don’t mind her, that’s just Na’Toth making friends again.”
Here’s your space to make friends with your fellow spoilerphiles and B5 veterans.
What do you want? (What do you want…? What do you want…? What do you want…?) Do you want a place to discuss “And the Sky Full of Stars” without being spoiled for future episodes? This is your thread.
Back in the day, the rec.arts.sf.tv.babylon5 community described certain B5 episodes as “WHAM!” episodes–eps that dramatically kicked the story arc in gear. Here’s our first, which you may discuss here with all of the spoilers and implications you desire: “And the Sky Full of Stars.”
Whether you’ve seen “The War Prayer” for the first time or would like to share your wisdom about the episode without spoiling future ones, this is your commenting space.
D.C. Fontana’s first episode of Babylon 5: What didja think?
Watching “Mind War” for the first time in advance of B5AG episode 7? We’re happy to talk with you about it here without spoiling the rest of the show for you…