BPP 304 – Passing Through Gethsemane

Another one of JMS’ deeply philosophical episodes.

Directed by Adam Nimoy, a fan favorite, and guest starring both Louis Turenne (Brother Theo) and the absolutely brilliant Brad Dourif (Brother Edward) we have one of the most intense examinations of forgiveness, redemption, and consequences that you will ever see on television.

Aside from the obvious theological implications, which JMS handles with profound respect, these themes are going to play a crucial role throughout the remainder of the series for all of the key characters.

In keeping with the tone of the show, Jim and Raul have a spirited but always thoughtful discussion that does not shy away from the hard questions.

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BPP 219 – Divided Loyalties

bpp219-divided-loyalties-lytaThe roller coaster to the end of season 2 continues in a big way this episode.  It turns out there’s a wolf in sheep’s clothing close to the command staff.  A favorite character we haven’t seen in a very long time comes back.  Oh, and it turns out that even the Minbari cannot resist a good gossip column.  Delenn even has an excuse.

We also learn a lot about why Susan has such an issue with telepaths.  As everything else in Babylon 5, there’s more than you think.

This episode would have been a lot different if the original cast from the pilot were still around.  Jim and Raul talk about that, as well.

The rush to the finale continue…

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BPP 206 – A Spider in the Web

B5 AdrianForgive me folks, but I (Raul) am gong to start out on a soapbox here.  Adrienne Barbeau is one of the single biggest reasons that I’ve come to hate the old TV show, Maude.  I’ve long believed that show helped pigeon-hole her with her looks.  Perhaps it was just the era of the 1970’s stereotyping.  Regardless, while she is beautiful, she is also an excellent actress.  Her acting chops really shine in this weeks episode because her performance makes the show.

A Spider in the Web gives a a lot of insight into the complex politics of the Earth-Mars relationship.  We’ve been hearing a lot about it, but not we learn much more.  It also seems that there are some much deeper shenanigans with the Psi Corp that we have dreamed thus far.

Get ready for some seriously crunchy moments!

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BPP018 – Legacies

NeroonLegacies introduces one of Jim and my favorite recurring characters:  Neroon.  Not only is he a total bad-ass (Jim said Raul could use that word), he has one of the silkiest voices we have ever heard.  This episode also gives us some Susan/Talia cat-fighting over a young teen who is just coming into her telepathic abilities.  This is one of those arc episodes that just skyrockets us to the end of the season.

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