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WarLocke
Jun 6, 2004

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Hey, guy(s) watching the show for the first time: Don't count out Vir. He gets one of the most excellent scenes in the show later on.

(Specifically, his answer when Morden asks him The Question, and the fallow-up later on)

Also the show gets about 200% better when Sheridan shows up. I always felt that Sinclair was a block of wood.

... drat, now I want to watch this show again.

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WarLocke
Jun 6, 2004

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Maelstache posted:

It's kind of funny how they have to just sort of brush aside the implications of what happens to Ironheart. I mean, he effectively transforms into some kind of God-like being, and everyone just kind of shrugs and goes, "Huh, that happened." In a way that ending feels much more Trek-like than any other B5 episode, in the sense that the Enterprise crew have mysterious God-like beings dropping by every other week, whereas on B5 it's a little bit rarer(well, early on at least).

Knowing the history between B5 and DS9, this always made me wonder about Kes evolving into a star-being in Voyager. It always seemed like another case of 'let's use that guy's ideas' to me.

WarLocke
Jun 6, 2004

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MonsieurChoc posted:

Also, never trust someone who says he never lies.

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