Chicago Sun-Times technology columnist and renaissance geek Andy Ihnatko rejoins us as various stuff hits the fan. Shadow ships on Mars? Shadow ships on Ganymede? A desperate mission into the solar system? Things getting worse at Earthdome? Yeah. Stuff meets fan.
We read the comments. We know that many of you question the worth of “Exogenesis.” But perhaps there’s another perspective out there, perhaps shared by some of your co-hosts, revolving around the unlikely word, “pleasant.”
Also, Chip makes the single stupidest title joke in the history of the podcast.
“There’s something on your back…”
How does “Exogenesis” affect–or how should it have affected–future episodes of Babylon 5? Let us please discuss that here in the spoiler space!
Bester’s back! Just in time for a thrilling police procedural…er, no. Because the telepathic drug plot is just the means to an end: a wholly unexpected and powerful confrontation between Londo and G’Kar. Is the episode really All That? With G’Kar screaming “All of it!” inside Londo’s mind, does it have to be?
Waaaaaaay back in the pilot movie, G’Kar sought to “obtain Lyta’s genetic material” because there were no Narn telepaths and Commander Sinclair took down a Dust dealer.
The wheel turns, does it not? Feel free to talk about the episode and all those leading up to it…
Want to talk about G’Kar’s Big Score? Do so without fear of spoiling new viewers here…
In which Tiki Gods are real, not-Aragorn REALLY gets on Susan’s nerves, a PR consultant has extreme ideas about transparency and exposure, and an intercepted phone call brings the two major plot arcs of Babylon 5 crashing together.
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