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Old June 7th 12, 19:36   #2
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First of all, welcome to the forums.

Secondly, when you say you have one problem with the show: that it ended, you're expressing a thought many of us have had, I'm sure. I myself would have loved to see a few more seasons of Babylon 5, but I guess you could say that having only five seasons was the beauty of the whole thing. Too many more seasons and we probably would have gotten to point where some storylines were overdone, or used one too many times, and some of the characters might have have developed into something they wouldn't have had it ended after five seasons. But we also might have experienced some of things we wished we would have, like the telepath war as you alluded to, maybe got a little more insight on the Drakh and their control over Londo, and maybe could have seen what Delenn and Sheridan's son David might have been like. There's a lot we can imagine, but in a way, that's part of what made B5 so great. It was a story that wasn't really cut and dried, so to speak. It didn't have a distinct beginning or ending. The viewer is left to imagine and dream, and that in itself isn't really a bad thing.
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