There’s a really obvious Hamilton reference that Chip could drop into this podcast, particularly the last half of a certain King George song, but Erika would kill him.
Besides, this podcast is chock full of content, so there’s no time for song inserts that would antagonize a co-host. Did we mention that the Shadow War is over? Did we mention that the Space Mobster got his? Did we mention that the First Ones are gone? Did we mention that Centauri Prime is saved? And how the heck did this all happen in the space of roughly 45 minutes? For such a momentous episode, we’ve got a lot to talk about in normal and spoiler space, so this was a perfect time to bring Michi Trota back as we review this reset of Babylon 5’s status quo.
It’s special guest star Bryan Cranston! OH EM GEE!
But maybe in the ’90s that wouldn’t be what held your attention. Maybe it was the sight of a very determined Narn breaking his unweakened chains, or a formerly cherubic second banana diplomat killing his emperor. Is that breaking bad or what?
How different is Season Four, and how different is John Sheridan now? He sits at the war room table and puts a hit out on a Vorlon. Yeah, things are getting serious in Grid Epsilon. Pull up a chair and listen as we go through all the plots.
While figures long regarded as godlike reveal themselves to be petty, the petty aspire to godhood. And that, Charlie Brown, is the true meaning of the episode title. Or whatever. Look, here, have a spoiler-free discussion thread.
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