Babylon 5 Revisited

The show is still as stilted and contrived as I remember, but from the perspective of someone who’s read “If Chins Could Kill” multiple times, I do appreciate the fact that major characters who were around for a season or two are consistently brought back in major roles. The sense of continuity is fairly impressive. And Checkov is on the series as a recurring guest, so it can’t be all bad.

I finished the end of Season 3 last Friday night — when Sheridan goes to Z’ha’dum. After multiple comments about “If you go to Z’ha’dum, you will die.” and “I won’t be there for you at Z’ha’dum.” Mysteriously, the same person who said that last was a voice in Sheridan’s head while he was at Z’ha’dum, presumably dying, so you gotta figure he’ll miraculously survive.

I flipped open my CD binder today, to pull out season 4, episode 1.

And discovered I’ve misfiled Season 4, episodes 14-21 — which would have been where I stopped watching the series the last time.


Anyone have copies of Babylon 5 sitting around?

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  1. Megs says:

    *cough cough* NETFLIX *cough cough*

  2. Andrew says:

    *cough* *cough* Don’t have an account *cough* *cough*

  3. David says:

    I have the Season 4 DVDs that I can let you borrow, if you’re still looking.