Hobsonphile (hobsonphile) wrote,

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So, spoonishly DID watch more B5 tonight...

... but, silly me, I forgot to copy the transcript before I closed the window. *headdesk* But you haven't dodged the bullet, T! I still remember. Oh, yes. *eg*

Firstly, the Z-minus screens? Drove T crazy. "Z-minus 14 days till WHAT?" And we wouldn't tell her and she called us meanies. Encounter-suited meanies. Hee.

The end of And the Rock Cried Out, No Hiding Place broke T's brain in the expected manner, especially on the matter of Londo and G'Kar's First! Collaboration! Oh, it was beautiful to watch her watch the episode, because she was completely unspoiled. At one point, she declared that "if Londo hurts G'Kar, I'm gonna cry!" Those of us in the chatroom who have seen the series (there were three tonight- the numbers keep growing!) collectively whistled innocently or snorfled behind our screens. We also- T included- wibbled over poor Vir a lot.

T's response to the appearance of Anna Sheridan was also great. "His WIFE? BUT SHE'S DEAD!" And then, when we started Z'Ha'Dum, she said, again: "Now let me reiterate: SHERIDAN'S WIFE IS DEAD!" Hee. By the end, T declared that she was never trusting Melissa Gilbert again. "Even if she's on Sesame Street, she'll always be a chipped Shadow person to me." No commentary yet on what was revealed about the Shadows' ideology. That, I'm sure, she's saving for her journal entry, once the reaction has faded. *g*

Naturally, to my great pleasure, the giant cliff-hanger that is Z'Ha'Dum compelled her to watch The Hour of the Wolf and she finally got to meet Cartagia. Oh, man, she loves Cartagia. She loves his cute, jaunty scarf and his jaunty belt and his chest hair and the fact that he's absolutely insane (and has severed heads in his study- oh, wait, that was me *g*). She was also gagging over peely Morden, and there was lamenting that the show had taken away its sexy, evil bad. *g* And we all agreed that Vir is still cute post-weight loss (cuter!)- like an "economy-sized teddy bear." Hee. And there was much squealing over Londo's dream coming true. Everytime she sees a dream image in the real world, the CAPS lock gets a little stuck. *g* "DREAM! DREAM! DREAM! IT'S LONDO'S DREAM!" Again, hee.

Then, woe, she stopped for the night. But I have now watched The Hour of the Wolf- and selenak, andrastewhite and others know what that means...
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