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Old May 15th 10, 09:56   #22
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Re: Babylon 5 - Sleeping in Light - The End

The thing to remember is that Babylon 5 was a five-year slice of history. There's never been a period in history where all of the situations end nicely. Just as we came in and things we didn't see were happening, we're made aware of things needing to be addressed after the episodes we see. There are probably almost as many fans who wish they could see the Dilgar War as there are who want to see the Telepath War.

But Babylon 5 was a 'documentary' about the five most important years in a certain place so once the people passed out of that place, it was right that the story end.

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