Thank you, everyone, for allowing our love of Babylon 5 to help fuel your own love for the show, and we are grateful that our efforts to explore a show we love also provided entertainment and enjoyment for you. Your voices and support over the years have meant a lot to us, and that you still want to hear us keep talking about everything B5, and not just Day of the Dead, warms our hearts.
The Babylon Podcast, Season Seven
Interview: Tim and Summer chat with author Jane Killick, whose Babylon 5 Season Guides are a vital resource for any fan of the show.
Interview: Tim and Summer welcome Tracy Scoggins, whose command of the station in Season 5 and Crusade was a welcome addition to the field of leading lady military roles in science fiction television.
Interview: Tim and Summer swoon in the presence of Mira Furlan, whose regal stature on Babylon 5 made an impression to last beyond the end of time.
Discussion: Tim and Summer discuss most of the contents of J. Michael Straczynski’s memoir, Becoming Superman.
Interview: Marie Marshall (“Dodger”) stops by to talk about her brief but passionate and impactful appearances on Babylon 5, about how one short stint turned into such a long-term fan favorite, acting in New York, and so much more.
Interview: The Jason Davis stops by to talk his current project, “The Babylon 5 Preservation Project”, to preserve the history of BABYLON 5 using archival paperwork and interviews with cast and crew to create a definitive making-of book.
Interview: Marshall R. Teague (“Ta’Lon”) stops by to talk about the philosophy and wisdom of the warrior-sage Ta’Lon, the talks he had with JMS about expanding that character beyond the unnamed Narn who, along with Sheridan, survived being kidnapped by the Streib (S2E11 “All Alone in the Night”), how the creation of Ta’Lon’s sword played a role in that development, the fun of being a cowboy, and so much more.
Interview: Josh Coxx (“Lt. David Corwin”) stops by to talk about his time on C&C, the character growth over all 5 seasons and the movies, and so much more. He even chats about his time as a Frost Giant in Thor.
7 years ago, in December 2012, Tim and Summer closed the book on that particular journey, having spent nearly 300 episodes and quite likely well over 500 hours of discussion and more with the many cast, crew, creators and fans on all sorts of topics about and around Babylon 5.
Today, we’re back from beyond the rim, for just a little while.