BPP-005 Infection

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Hi there, Babylon 5 fans.  Sorry I’m a day late getting this episode out.  I’ve had some summer flu in the family that put life behind.

Jim and I do think you’re going to like this week’s show, though.  We go from profound to downright silly at points.  One of the great things about Babylon 5 is that it can send your mind of in so many directions.  Well, we certainly prove that this week.  We discuss everything from the importance of music and exploration to the implications of purity.  We have plenty of laughs in between, too… especially trying to chase down our intrepid ISN reporter.

You can find us at http://www.BabylonProjectPodcast.wordpress.com, on Facebook at The Babylon Project Podcast or on iTunes.  You can email us at TheBabylonProjectPodcast@gmail.com.  We look forward to hearing from you.

Just remember… No boom today.  Boom tomorrow.  There’s always a boom tomorrow!


3 comments on “BPP-005 Infection

  1. You’re forgetting David McCallum was in Sapphire and Steel in the UK and is now a regular on NCIS as Dr “Ducky” Mallard. Marshall Teague was also in an episode of Stargate SG1 A Matter of Time where the team had to deal with a black hole the stargate has accidentally opened on that was affecting time in the Stargate HQ. Great episode.

    Enjoying these. Keep it up guys.

    • SG1! Bingo! I missed that… and I know just the episode you’re talking about. You’re right, it was a great ep. I watched SG1 for the first time late spring. Wasn’t aware of the other episodes, though.

      Glad you’re enjoying the show. It’s been a lot of fun making it.

      • If you’ve never seen Sapphire and Steel, I highly recommend it. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0078682/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1 The first story (nursery Rhymes causing holes in time), 2nd (a WW1 soldier and others fueled by anger at lives cut short are summoned and manipulated by a being outside time to give it power) and the 4th (modern people are trapped in photographs and people from old photographs are brought to life by a man with no face) are outstanding. Peter J. Hammond also wrote some episodes of Torchwood. S&S is the sort of thing JMS watched as it was brilliant and dark SF, the solutions often unexpected and sometimes quite unpleasant. He’s a great fan of British SF (Blake’s 7, Dr Who, Timeslip, etc). Speaking of, I take it you’re availing yourselves of the Lurkers Guide for his comments on the show?

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