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Babylon 5 Volume 2.2


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  • Actors: Bruce Boxleitner, Claudia Christian, Jerry Doyle, Mira Furlan, Richard Biggs
  • Directors: David J. Eagle, Janet Greek, Jesús Salvador Treviño, Jim Johnston, John C. Flinn III
  • Format: NTSC
  • Number of tapes: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Warner
  • VHS Release Date: Nov. 5 2002
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: 0790740982

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POX VOBISCUM. New sightings in the home sector: episodes from the second season of Babylon 5. THE LONG DARK--Now docking: a drifting, century old spacecraft with a lone surviving crew person (Anne-Marie Johnson) in hybernetic sleep. This tech-age Ms. Rip Van Winkle is in for a surprise when she awakens. But station residents may be in for a greater shock. A phantom-like spaceling that a self-styled prophet (Dwight Schultz) calls "a Soldier of Darkness" has come aboard with her! A SPIDER IN THE WEB--Is someone or something trying to scuttle negotiations that Mars Colony representative Amanda Carter (Adrienne Barbeau) hopes will bring lasting peace to the planet? The secret may rest with an individual (Michael Beck) more dead than alive -- a cyberzombie run by a remote computer.

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By Amazon Customer HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on June 18 2004
This third videotape from Season 2 of "Babylon 5" offers up a pair of mysteries, although only the second of the pair relates to the larger picture of the show's second season. Episode 5, "The Long Dark" (Written by Scott Frost, Aired November 30, 1994) starts with Babylon 5 picking up a weak signal from deep space as a craft approaches without using the jump gate. The vessel turns out to be the "Copernicus," a ship over a century old with one crewmember still alive in a cryogenic freezer. Mariah Cirrus (Anne-Marie Johnson) is revived and Sheridan and Franklin are confronted with a mystery regarding the death of the other crewmember on the "Copernicus," Mariah's husband His organs are missing and they are no where to be found on the ship. Meanwhile, Garibaldi has his own problems with a former ground pounder named Amis (Dwight Schultz), is running around the station yelling that, "Judgment Day is coming!" However, when Amis sees the "Copernicus," it appears there is a connection between the two plot lines (revolutionary idea, huh?) and the next thing we know G'Kar wants Mariah off the station, fearing the darkness she brings. "The Long Dark" is actually a decent little mystery in terms of how things come together in unexpected way. Then there is that Shadow ship that Lt. Keffer sees in hyperspace.
Episode 6, "Spider in the Web" (Written by Lawrence G. DiTillio, Aired December 7, 1994) finds Talia Winter is still on B5 as the telepath becomes caught in a web of intrigue (hence the title) after she witnesses a murder. An old friend of Talia's, Taro Isogi (James Shigeta) shows up on the station to meet with Amanda Carter (Adrienne Barbeau), an outspoken advocate of independence for Mars.
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A pair of solid "Babylon 5" Season 2 mystery episodes June 18 2004
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
This third videotape from Season 2 of "Babylon 5" offers up a pair of mysteries, although only the second of the pair relates to the larger picture of the show's second season. Episode 5, "The Long Dark" (Written by Scott Frost, Aired November 30, 1994) starts with Babylon 5 picking up a weak signal from deep space as a craft approaches without using the jump gate. The vessel turns out to be the "Copernicus," a ship over a century old with one crewmember still alive in a cryogenic freezer. Mariah Cirrus (Anne-Marie Johnson) is revived and Sheridan and Franklin are confronted with a mystery regarding the death of the other crewmember on the "Copernicus," Mariah's husband His organs are missing and they are no where to be found on the ship. Meanwhile, Garibaldi has his own problems with a former ground pounder named Amis (Dwight Schultz), is running around the station yelling that, "Judgment Day is coming!" However, when Amis sees the "Copernicus," it appears there is a connection between the two plot lines (revolutionary idea, huh?) and the next thing we know G'Kar wants Mariah off the station, fearing the darkness she brings. "The Long Dark" is actually a decent little mystery in terms of how things come together in unexpected way. Then there is that Shadow ship that Lt. Keffer sees in hyperspace.
Episode 6, "Spider in the Web" (Written by Lawrence G. DiTillio, Aired December 7, 1994) finds Talia Winter is still on B5 as the telepath becomes caught in a web of intrigue (hence the title) after she witnesses a murder. An old friend of Talia's, Taro Isogi (James Shigeta) shows up on the station to meet with Amanda Carter (Adrienne Barbeau), an outspoken advocate of independence for Mars. But then Isogi is suddenly murdered by a man (Michael Beck) who yells "Free Mars!" Talia gets some strange visions from the man's mind and then things get very complicated as this story line touches on a number of ongoing plotlines. Clearly, the coming of the Shadows is not the only massive plot going on in the "Babylon 5" universe, and one of the things that is attractive about the show's second season is how there are plans within plans and we are only getting bits and pieces of the big picture. One of the strengths of this show is that so much is part of the larger tapestry that defines the five-year story arc created by J. Michael Straczyinski.


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