Continuing with our talk with John Copeland, we get his impressions on production costs then and now, we find out about his fascination and appreciation of The Flying Tigers and aviator history, and much more.
The Babylon Podcast: All Episodes
Interview: John Copeland, producer for Babylon 5
After a little bit of Dragon*Con recap discussion, Tim, Summer and Jeffrey have an engaging and entertaining talk with B5 producer John Copeland.
Tim and Summer focus this entire show on the Season 1 finale, “Chrysalis”. Given the many depths in this episode, that much time and more is needed.
Jeff’s amusement at how we warm up pre-taping leads to the throwing open of the live feed doors. So the question now goes out to the fans: do you want to listen to us live, as we record the shows?
Tim and Summer’s episode discussion this week is about “The Quality of Mercy”.
Tim and Summer’s episode discussion this week is about “Babylon Squared”.
Tim and Summer dive deep into episode discussion again with “A Voice in the Wilderness” parts 1 and 2.
Tim, Summer and Jeff explore the wheels behind the wheels, the true secret success that really kept Babylon 5 running: the food.
Steve “Snackman” Thorpe drops by to tell us all about the food that kept production going.
When you’re hungry, you’re hungry.
Tim and Summer dive deep into episode discussion again with “Eyes” and “Legacies”.
Jeffrey introduces Tim and Summer to Louise Kleeba, NASA Payload Engineer and super B5 fan. While the show was still on the air, Louise was not only one of the big fans inside NASA, but she also occassionally consulted on the accuracy and physics of movements in space used in the show.