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Welcome to Show #99!
Mike got rid of Netflix and now is using only his Apple TV. He’s actually listened to Babylon Podcast through his new system, and he likes it.
If you go to Starship Sofa, check out the episode containing “Going Through Changes” by Pat Murphy. Summer read the story, and people have been enjoying the reading.
Deep Geeking: This week, the geeking goes for “Interludes and Examinations”, and Jeffrey sticks around to give us some behind the scenes info on The Day the Vorlon Died.
Oh, and remember when Jeffrey said he was ill the day they filmed the smackdown in the hall with Bruce Boxleitner? He found the pictures!
Babylon 5 Information Gathering: Can we and should we mount a Babylon 5 propaganda campaign, in order to get sales of The Lost Tales to the point where Warner really really wants to greelight more volumes of TLT? Let us know…
Summer still wants to find the long versions of the B5 promos that ran on TNT prior to Season 5, the ones narrated by Keith David… anyone have any old VHS copies of S5 they taped from TNT? Specifically, the :30 spots, one featuring Ivanova and the other G’Kar… they were part of the series of ads TNT ran promoting the addition of B5 to their lineup.
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Promo: Scott Sigler’s NOCTURNAL
Jhonny from Uppsala says
This is a great episode!
It goes into personal deapths, dark intrigues and shows a hint of the epic potential of Babylon 5. It is also very sad, especialy so when you watch it knowing from the beginning that Kosh is aware of the price he will pay.
Good quality geeking from you guys and Jeffreys participation made it even better!
So when can we expect to hear the promised Ed Wasser interview then? ; )