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10th Sep '16 7:58:44 PM Catalyst375
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[[WMG: The Drazi in "Intersections in Real Time" wasn't a Drazi]]
In "There All the Honor Lies", the Babylon 5 shop actually had masks of Humans and aliens on sale. Given the RubberForeheadAliens nature of Babylon 5 (in part), the interrogators could have manufactured a mask to mimic the appearance of a Drazi to further mentally manipulate Sheridan, and put an actor to work to deceive Sheridan.
* It is either that, or the rather depressing thought that the Drazi was a willing participant, meaning that, after everything Sheridan did for the League, there are people from the races who are supportive of Clark's regime (or freelancers who do anything for money).
12th Aug '16 9:50:59 AM RegShoe
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* I think he up G'kar in it because he knew G'kar was listening and thought it would be funny.
14th Jul '16 6:44:50 PM livestockgeorge
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* But was Susan [[spoiler: a strong enough telepath]] for that? Also, at the rebirth ceremony, Ivanova says [[spoiler: "I think I loved Talia."]] If they'd [[spoiler: shared an experience that intense,]] I don't think she'd say "I think."



The Narn and the Centauri are both doomed to evolve no further like JMS has more or less outright said. But Kosh talked about them like they were only one race. My guess is that this means that they are two species who are destined to only find peace by building one civilization together. As to whether this ever happens, the later episodes, if I recall correctly, make the future fairly ambiguous for the Narn and Centauri.

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The At one point, Kosh said "They're a dying race. We should let them pass", and when asked which one he meant, the Narn or the Centauri, he merely said "yes." According to J. Michael Strazcynsky, this was meant to indicate that, unlike the humans, Minbari and others, the Centauri and the Narn are both [[spoiler: doomed not to evolve into higher beings]].
What if Kosh meant the Narn and the Centauri were meant to build one civilization together? We see again and again that the
Narn and the Centauri are both doomed to evolve no further like JMS has inextricably linked, even more or less outright said. But Kosh talked about them like they were only one race. My guess is that this means that they are so than Minbari and humans. Perhaps the two species who are destined could overcome their respective failures by joining together in a symbiotic relationship. Instead, of course, they repeatedly decide to only find peace by building one civilization together. As to whether this ever happens, the later episodes, if I recall correctly, make the future fairly ambiguous for the Narn war on each other, sealing their fate and Centauri.
leading Kosh to call them ''a'' dying race.
12th Jul '16 12:41:05 PM ManInGray
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[[WMG: The soul hunter's chant of single syllables is not a prayer]]
It's their alphabet song.
3rd Jun '16 11:58:16 AM shade6116
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[[WMG: Lorien is THAT [[Literature/TheSilmarillion Lorien]]]]
Or Irmo, as he is also called. I'm not sure why the Vala of dreams and desires decided to settle down on Z'ha'dum though.
18th Mar '16 1:47:08 PM Hossmeister
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17th Mar '16 3:17:03 PM Hossmeister
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[[WMG: Sheldon from ''TheBigBangTheory'' is a Minbari/human hybrid.]]

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[[WMG: Sheldon from ''TheBigBangTheory'' 'Series/TheBigBangTheory'' is a Minbari/human hybrid.]]
10th Mar '16 4:30:45 PM Conhale
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** After reviewing the episodes, the two chances would seem to be the aforementioned "The Coming of Shadows" and "The Long, Twilight Struggle", where Londo's Shadow connections caused the Shadows to obliterate the Narn military allowing the Centauri to level Narn with asteroids. Both seem rather highlighted - "TCOS" had Vir rather prominently saying "This is a bad choice!" and in TLTS we see Londo cough as a specific reference to a similar cough from the dream-vision from "TCOS" (along with the superb scene of Londo watching the atrocity). Londo knew his involvement of the Shadows would not only destroy the fleet but facilitate a war-crime by killing innocents, violate treaties, and further involve himself with allies he himself warned against. Hell, even the VORLONS filed a protest of the use of Mass-Drivers. If you've done something which attracts negative attention from the Vorlon government, you've messed up big.
27th Dec '15 1:22:24 PM isabelN
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* Delenn's mannerisms around both Mayan and SiL Ivanova were somewhat suggestive that she could become as interested in women as she was in so many men (*cough* Neroon-Delenn UST, Dukhat-Delenn UST, S5 Lennier-Delenn unresolved something-or-other *cough*) that came near her....

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* Delenn's mannerisms around both Mayan and SiL Sleeping In Light's Ivanova were somewhat suggestive that she could become as interested in women as she was in so many men (*cough* Neroon-Delenn UST, Dukhat-Delenn UST, S5 Lennier-Delenn unresolved something-or-other *cough*) that came near her....



* If he wasn't estranged before SiL and parents deliberately kept him away from his father's death, he'll certainly be estranged by the end of SiL. That is the kind of offense that few people could ever forgive.

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* If he wasn't estranged before SiL [=SiL=] and parents deliberately kept him away from his father's death, he'll certainly be estranged by the end of SiL.[=SiL=]. That is the kind of offense that few people could ever forgive.
27th Dec '15 10:56:58 AM isabelN
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*If he did not fulfill the 3rd one [[spoiler:(letting Gkar kill him)]] as well, the good effect of the 2nd one would have been nullified. The Keeper was already starting to awaken while Delenn and Sheridan were with him[[spoiler: and woke sufficiently to force him to fight Gkar. He knew that Gkar had to kill him before Delenn and Sheridan got to the shuttle, or the Keeper would have forced him to raise the alarm, re-capture and execute them.]] This is clear in both the TV show and the canon novels.
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