313 – Elementary, My Dear | Priority One Podcast: A Star Trek News Show



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4 Comments ON " 313 – Elementary, My Dear | Priority One Pod... "
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    Eklinaar April 17, 2017 at 8:36 pm - Reply

    Babylon 5 is fantastic, but you can’t just watch a few random episodes, or you’ll have no idea what’s going on and miss all the character development. It’s a serial epic that tells a single story from beginning to end, like Lord of the Rings, not episodic like Star Trek. The first season seems like random episodes (which sometimes aren’t very good), but it’s actually a 22-episode world-building prologue. Seasons 2 through 4 tell the main story, and season 5 is the epilogue. I highly recommend Babylon 5 to any sci-fi fan who likes long serials and has the time to binge-watch 110 episodes. There are a few episodes you can skip if you want, and you can find guides online for that.

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    seannewboy April 18, 2017 at 8:58 am - Reply

    Was i the only one that ran that mission once just going for it in the big distortion?

    Look carefully at the hand holding the crystal with the hologram, specifically the mesh/skin.

    They needed to finish the gateway, they just never followed through. Like the special nebula for lifetime players. They dont like to go back and fix things that were underwhelming.

    Kenna’s Flubs for the win!

    Thanks for all of the hard work everyone and Welcome again Dr Hurt.

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    Ray Borg April 19, 2017 at 11:28 pm - Reply

    Maybe cryptic could do crowdfunding for actors like Brent Spiner to voice their character from like TNG so it may not come from their gaming development budget. always listening to your show its awesome.

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