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Frizzell March 9th 04 08:28

DVD Extras
 
Quick Question:

Over the past few months, I have been introducing a friend to the show. She is dying to see what Londo and G'kar look like without their makeup. She loves the Fugitive. Therefore, I told her to simply look at the killer for he is played by Andreas Katsulas, better known to her as G'kar. However, I am having difficulty in thinking of something that Peter Jurasik has appeared in other than Hill Street Blues. I admit that it has been awhile since I have watched any of the DVD extras, and I have not seen all of them. Is there anywhere on the DVDs that they show Jurasik without his makeup?

Thank you,

Frizzell

Shism March 9th 04 10:29

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Yes there are, I believe he appears on the overview of season two.

Frizzell March 9th 04 12:03

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Thank you. I will have to take a peek at season two.

Frizzell

McSneer March 10th 04 00:57

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Also, there's always Peter Jurasik's appearence in the 1982 film TRON to fall back on. He plays one of the programs on the gaming grid named Crom, rubbing shoulders with a younger, nerdier version of our good friend Bruce Boxleitner well over a decade before they appeared together on Babylon 5. Though, on second thought, ol' Pete was covered in quite of lot of costume and makeup for that film, so that's probably not gonna give your friend any better of a look at him than she's already got. Wasn't he also in Runaway Jury?

B5_Obsessed March 10th 04 13:23

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If you're in the mood to rent a new DVD, go pick up "Runaway Jury". Peter Jurasik appears for about 30 seconds as a former college professor of John Cusack's character about 3/4's of the way through the film.

phoenixrising March 10th 04 17:25

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Quote:

Also, there's always Peter Jurasik's appearence in the 1982 film TRON to fall back on. He plays one of the programs on the gaming grid named Crom, rubbing shoulders with a younger, nerdier version of our good friend Bruce Boxleitner well over a decade before they appeared together on Babylon 5.[snip]

In a strange "Six degrees of Keviin Bacon" kind of way, David Warner, who appeared in "Grail", was also in that film.

Of course, the less said about that episode, the better.

Nancy March 10th 04 23:18

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The episode wasn't that bad.

phoenixrising March 11th 04 12:35

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Yes, it was. :D

Even JMS has said he wouldn't mind if every copy of that episode mysteriously vanished and the negatives fell off the end of a pier somewhere. This episode doesn't even have a saving sub-plot like "TKO" and "Gray 17 Is Missing" had.

Nancy March 11th 04 13:57

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I liked the ep. :o

KoshN March 11th 04 15:12

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Quote:

Yes, it was. :D

Even JMS has said he wouldn't mind if every copy of that episode mysteriously vanished and the negatives fell off the end of a pier somewhere. This episode doesn't even have a saving sub-plot like "TKO" and "Gray 17 Is Missing" had.

No, it wasn't. (I liked it too, Nancy. ;) )

Where's the quote where JMS said that? I don't think he was talking about "Grail" but rather the bullet scene from "Grey 17 is Missing."

Lurker's Guide "Grail" Page - nothing like that there. No mention of any pier.


06/09/1995 05:27 AM
"Yeah, I kinda guess that "Grail" would be my alternate for worst ep;
I guess I'm generally just harder on eps I wrote myself."



08/30/1995 04:49 PM
"What's great is that this season, we haven't had one single episode on
the level of War Prayer or Infection or Grail, some of our weaker first
season eps."




I especially liked the humor (Flinn at the trial, with Londo and Vir, re. the feeder, near the end of the ep., etc.). Plus, I liked Aldus and Jinxo.


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