B5‘s first explicit two-parter introduced the Great Machine. What other impact did it have on the five-year arc? Let the spoilers fly!
This is the discussion thread for those of you who want to ruthlessly investigate “Eyes” and its succeeding episodes as vigorously as Col. Ari Ben Zayn would have!
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.
Where to begin? Is this the moment that Babylon 5 truly begins? Reveal your spoilers!
Did you catch anything in “By Any Means Necessary” reflecting the longer arc of Babylon 5? If so, talk about it here!
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.
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.
“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.
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.”
D.C. Fontana’s first episode of Babylon 5: What didja think?