Here you will find various bits of trivia, clips, quotes, screen shots and fan works related to the greatest TV show ever made.

 

ALL HAIL CLARKTONIA!

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He’s so great and sweeeeet.

In the news today, nothing bad happened because we have Clark as President, and if anything bad happened it was probably those alien humpers on Babylon 5’s fault!

No starvation at all on the colonies, no one is unhappy on Mars and everything sucks outside of Earth’s sphere of influence.

All is well thanks to our well-seasoned yet virile leader!

When we are born, we are allocated a finite number of seconds, Each tick of the clock slices off a piece of us. Tick a possibility for joy is gone, tock, a careless word ends one path, opens another. Tick tock tick tock always running out of time, yours is almost used up. You’re between seconds, lost in the infinite possibilities between tick and tock. Tick, you’re alive, tock, you’re dead. It was a good life but a short one. Here between the moments we have all the time in the world.

Lorien “whatever happened to mr. garibaldi”

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Babylon 5 is easily the most important show of the 90s. Often ignored by critics because of the many short-comings of the show, this show allowed the current golden-age of television. Babylon 5 was a science fiction epic, it was a call back to Frank Herbert, a story that was the rise and fall of empires and corruption in politics. It was subversive without being overtly so. It was riveting television, because unlike most TV shows, it was one focused story told over five seasons. It was also populist! J. Michael Straczynski understands the deficit of leadership we see in this country, and more leaders need to be of the people. Share if you agree.

right-about-now:

Babylon 5 is easily the most important show of the 90s. Often ignored by critics because of the many short-comings of the show, this show allowed the current golden-age of television. Babylon 5 was a science fiction epic, it was a call back to Frank Herbert, a story that was the rise and fall of empires and corruption in politics. It was subversive without being overtly so. It was riveting television, because unlike most TV shows, it was one focused story told over five seasons. It was also populist! J. Michael Straczynski understands the deficit of leadership we see in this country, and more leaders need to be of the people. Share if you agree.