David Warner! Larry (sans the two Darryls)! Unfortunate musical stings! Welcome to the Zocalo, and your discussion of “Grail” without fear of spoiling future episodes.
Was “Grail” your cup of tea?
Oh, fine. Whatever. Look, just talk about the show here with as many spoilers as you want.
The Vorlons would have found that hilarious.
If you are a new Babylon 5 viewer, or can put yourself in the mindset of one, what did you think of “Signs and Portents”? Were you baffled? Intrigued? Confused? Or could you not take your Eye off of that beautiful legendary artifact (cheap plastic prop)? Here’s where we talk about S&P and those episodes that came before, but none after.
Especially that one.
Where to begin? Is this the moment that Babylon 5 truly begins? Reveal your spoilers!
Labor negotiations! Botany! It’s another exciting episode of Babylon 5! If you haven’t seen the whole series yet, or would like to discuss this episode on its own merits without spoiling others, here’s your thread.
Did you catch anything in “By Any Means Necessary” reflecting the longer arc of Babylon 5? If so, talk about it here!
Confronted by ghosts, a character hits bottom but bounces: What did you think about “Survivors”? Please share your thoughts and, if you’re new to the show, speculations! (Spoilers for future episodes? They’re in Earhart’s next door.)
Belly up to the bar, have a “Water. Straight up,” and share your thoughts about everything “Survivors” has to say about future episodes of Babylon 5.
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.