Babylon Podcast #256: The End of the Line (Crusade)

Welcome to Show #256!

Summer waxes poetic about “Intentional Talk” on MLB Network, and Tim talks about the discovery of Kepler-22B, a planet that’s believed to be in the “Goldilocks” zone.

Deep Geeking: Tim, Summer and Jeremy discuss the unproduced Crusade script, “The End of the Line”, which was slated to be the Season 1 finale.

As always, Captain Gideon’s dogged pursuit of the truth behind the destruction of his old ship leads him and his crew into knowledge that shakes their trust in their superiors, and Gideon himself to a personal crossroads… and a cliffhanger that could have been as intriguing as Z’ha’dum leading into Hour of the Wolf.

Also, folks preparing to review and discuss the comics and novels with us (or for us), get ready… your turn will be coming up soon!

Lurker’s Guide 2.0: Summer is expanding the documentation to be covered at Lurker’s Guide 2.0, the major change being converting the episode guide into a full Wiki with cross-referenced topics, tidbits and everything you’d want in a Wiki. She’s also still searching for pictures of rare collectibles, photos of magazine covers and toys, and all sorts of other B5 goodies that didn’t get included in the original guide during the years after Crusade. Let her know if you want to lend a hand.

More Parody/Filk Songs Wanted: If you know of any more B5-related fan songs out there, definitely let us know, so we can let other B5 fans know where to buy them! And if those CDs are out of print, let’s brainstorm on ways to get those songs back out there for fans!

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Babylon 5 Information Gathering: If you know of a dead or abandoned B5 related website that may be in need of a new home, let Summer know! Maybe we can mirror it here or house it on a sister site.

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  1. Satai (with Punsch) says

    Great to have you back guys 🙂

  2. I thought one of the reasons Gideon was shot was that Gary Cole was making noise about leaving. I don’t think it would be as epic as Z’Ha’Dum or Chrysalis, but it would have been good just for the Shadow stuff.

  3. Satai (with Punsch) says

    This sounds like it could have been one great episode.

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