Deep Geeking: This week, Tim the First One, Edmund, and Tim the Younger engage in DeepGeeking™ on the episode “Convictions”.
The Babylon Podcast, Season Two
Welcome to Special Edition #2, where the voicemail lunatics have taken over the asylum from the lunatics who normally run it.
Deep Geeking: This week, Tim and Summer talk about the Season 3 opener, “Matters of Honor”, beginning with the stunning spoiler in the opening that showed one Starfury opening fire on another, along with Ivanova’s voiceover “Our last, best hope for peace… it failed,” the new theme and incidental music, the arrival of the White Star, and more.
Deep Geeking: This week, Tim and Summer talk about “The Fall of Night”. Once again, the geeking runs long. There really is too much here to contain in one tiny podcast, but we do try to cover all bases
Always a fun discussion between Star Wars and Babylon 5 geeks, and this discussion has an extra added bonus for Babylon Podcast fans: Jarsto’s in the debate on behalf of the Starfuries!
Deep Geeking: This week, Tim and Summer talk about “Comes the Inquisitor”. The geeking runs long, because there are many theories about the methods and motives of the Vorlons for sending in a self-professed killer to test the motivations of others who aspire to greatness in the Vorlons’ quest again the Shadows.
This is an episode where being in the chatroom listening to the live feed pays off. The universe can do funny things from time to time, and this is one of those times. Instead of having a regular show, tonight will be all talk with chatroom regulars.
Deep Geeking: This week’s episode is “The Long, Twilight Struggle”, and Tim and Summer talk about the reeling shifts in plot arcs and characterization that we all came to know and love in the series.
Deep Geeking: This week’s episode is “Divided Loyalties”, and even though Tim has been vocal in the past about his displeasure with this episode, he really has a good reason for not being present to voice his reasons live.
Deep Geeking: This week’s episode is “Confessions and Lamentations”, and Summer fesses up that this was the episode that permanently hooked her focus into the Babylon 5 universe.