BPP 311 – Ceremonies of Light and Dark

You think after the last three episodes President Clark might be a bit honked off at Sheridan & Co.?  Nightwatch can’t be all that happy, either.  I guess some people have no sense of humor.  Go figure.

After all the crisis, Delenn decides to take matters into her own hands by having the rebirth ceremony.  Yeah, we saw part of that in Season 1, as well.  Though this time, there aren’t any possible weddings happening.  Yet.  Unfortunately, Nightwatch decides to express their displeasure with Sheridan by going after Delenn.  I suppose, those three Minbari warships hovering in the background might have something to do with that.

Anyway, it does seem that Sheridan has had enough.  He makes that rather clear in the end.  We also have a few secrets revealed.  Some of them will have an impact on the future of the story.  Overall, this episode slows down the pace a bit after the roller-coaster we’ve been on.  Pay particular attention to G’Kar.  We will be contrasting him now with him in the future.

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2 comments on “BPP 311 – Ceremonies of Light and Dark

  1. I’d just like to take a second to welcome JP to the podcast. Now the trio is complete. We have Larry, Moe and Curly…I guess that’d make me Shemp. Seriously though welcome aboard Babylon 5.

    Dallas

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