Welcome to Show #193!
Voicemails, plus emails.
With conjecture and tangents.
More Lazy Show Notes.
What will we argue about more in the near future: “Day of the Dead” science, or the reasons given for why the station was blown up?
Links to more B5 parody song artists mentioned by Doug in Bremerton:
— Maya Bohnhoff
— Echo’s Children: a Seattle-based duo, their final CD came out in 2004, and some of them are no longer available.
— The Duras Sisters: a Phoenix-based filk group that no longer sings or performs together, and the website says their CDs are still available for sale, but those sites don’t exist anymore.
Many of these songs/CDs aren’t available, Doug… throw us a bone! Are you aware of any links where the tracks can be purchased? Google was not helpful in this leg of the quest…
Feedback Wanted: Don’t forget to let us know if you want to submit your formal theories about “Day of the Dead”, pro or con, for a final theoretical debate on what really happened in that episode.
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.
Babylon Podcast Social Communities:
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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