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Echoes of All Our Conversations, Volume 2

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Publication Date: April 11, 2012
Retire Date: May 31, 2013
Retail Price: $69.00
Pages: 358

Fifteen years of "behind the scenes" Babylon 5 history as told by the actors and crew who were there.

Photo of Bruce Boxleitner as John Sheridan

THE VOLUME 2 COLLECTION INCLUDES
✔  358-page book of the complete, uncensored transcripts of 24 interviews with the Babylon 5 cast and key crew, conducted while Babylon 5 was in production.
✔  34 never-before-seen behind-the-scenes photographs accompanying the interviews, 9 concept sketches and 1 storyboard.
✔  Hand-autographed by Bruce Boxleitner.
✔  A personal message from Bruce.
✔  Collectible postcard and bookmark with a Sheridan quote selected by Bruce Boxleitner.
✔  Audio CD interview with Bruce Boxleitner and Michael O'Hare, recorded between seasons 4 and 5 (this interview is NOT in the book).

Page sample showing personal autograph of Bruce Boxleitner
Each book personally autographed
by Bruce Boxleitner
Page sample showing personal message from Bruce Boxleitner
A special note to the fans
written by Bruce Boxleitner
Postcard with Sheridan quote selected by Bruce Boxleitner
Postcard with Sheridan quote
selected by Bruce Boxleitner

Bookmark with Sheridan quote selected by Bruce Boxleitner
Bookmark with Sheridan quote
selected by Bruce Boxleitner
Volume 2 Bonus Audio CD with Bruce Boxleitner and Michael O'Hare Interview
BONUS AUDIO CD
with Bruce Boxleitner and Michael O'Hare, together,
recorded between seasons 4 and 5
A SAMPLING OF WHAT IS REVEALED IN VOLUME 2

  • The scenes that were filmed in one take that JMS believes really "showcases how talented the cast is."
  • What Michael O'Hare did with 40 people that blew away the cast and crew.
  • What the cast and crew would do on-set when they were shooting the show at the same time an episode of Babylon 5 was airing on TV.
  • Step by step, beat by beat, how the CGI department would create a space sequence. (Don't try this at home.)
  • How Post-It notes figure into how ships were designed.
  • Why Bruce Boxleitner found "staring into those beady red eyes was a bit strange."
  • Which directors were not good at showing off the details of the costumes.
  • In explicit detail: how the Earthforce uniforms changed from the pilot to series, right down to the piping.
  • The thing that Jerry Doyle spent two years bugging the writers for, and why, when it was finally written for him, he said he didn't want to do it.
  • The performance that JMS described as "Laurence Olivier shot as a dot."
  • The changes J. Michael Straczynski made in the pilot because of the effects the CGI company could then do.
  • Why the introduction of the Shadows drove the folks working on Babylon 5 crazy.
  • Which episode was originally called "Blood and Thunder."
  • Why Jerry Doyle's relationship with Andrea Thompson was the worst-kept secret in Babylon 5 fandom.
  • Richard Biggs's main concerns in season one...and why, in season two, he said, "I have no complaints."
  • Which lead actor said, Let me go someplace warm, where the girls look good, and the sun is always shining." (And no, it's not Jerry Doyle.)
  • The recurring character JMS wanted to develop that never made it into a B5 episode.
  • Which season two episode became the standard to which all future episodes would be compared.
  • Why the White Star was "a bastard to design."
  • The secret behind the Shadow vessels' sound effects. (It's kind of creepy...)
  • The evolution of the Soul Hunter's costume...and why it included yak hair.
  • Why CGI rendering time on the pilot was 24 minutes per frame, and on the series it jumped to 70 minutes per frame.
  • The episode that prompted Warner Bros. to say, "No studio in their right mind would ever go ahead with the story, but it's a good story. Let's go with it."
  • Why Jerry Doyle was annoyed that Londo was the first B5 character to have sex.
  • How the producers were able to bring the pilot in $1,500 under budget.
  • The point at which Jerry Doyle believes that the relationship between Garibaldi and Talia really changed.
  • The country in which John Copeland had to stop wearing his crew jacket while on vacation.
  • How Ed Wasser would compare his character to a central Biblical character.
  • The story that JMS declares "will never see the light of day."
  • Why Larry DiTillio considers "Eyes" his worst script, followed by "Knives" as a close second.
  • The reaction of Richard Biggs's dad (Col. Biggs) to the character based upon him.
  • Why JMS says that "the stronger the reaction, the better the writing is."
  • The situation in which Mira Furlan sang Phil Spector's "Be My Baby."
  • The hot-potato script that kept being passed around because none of the directors knew how to handle it.
  • Who said, "If Joe doesn't like it or if I don't like it, it doesn't happen."
  • What JMS meant when he said, "This one had the grace to remain sick and then leave the station at the end."
  • The specific episode where JMS began planting one person per episode in a Ranger uniform.
  • Attention photography buffs: how the director of photography would photograph Delenn so that her head didn't glow.
  • Why Bruce Boxleitner felt that the casting of Russ Tamblyn in "A Distant Star" went too far away from type, and what Bruce would have done instead.
  • Why "The Geometry of Shadows" is one of Peter Jurasik's favorite episodes ever as an actor.
  • The clever way JMS revealed to director of photography John Flinn that he had an acting part in "Grail."
  • The part that was played by one of Jerry Doyle's old girlfriends.
  • The performance that director Jim Johnston considers Michael O'Hare's best.
  • Why the Babylon 5 stunt coordinator could not slam people into the walls on the set.
  • The first season script that no one was happy with...and details of the guest actor for that episode who nearly had a nervous breakdown on the set.
  • Which actor said, in season two, "There's no work left to be done except to trust yourself, Joe and the words."
  • The set that was converted into the mammoth docking bay.
  • The inadequate legal search that created a major problem for the show.
  • Which shots in "Midnight on the Firing Line" are a direct tribute to The Empire Strikes Back.
  • Why the original CGI shot count for the pilot ballooned from 20 to 70.
  • The episode JMS considers the strongest of the first season...and how the second season is profoundly different than the first.
  • Why the CGI department was disappointed in the Battle of the Line.
  • The scene in "There All the Honor Lies" that JMS wrote in Peter David's script, and the trouble it caused later on.
  • Why believing that the episode "Confessions and Lamentations" is an AIDS allegory misses the point, according to JMS.
  • What actor June Lockhart carved with a knife into the back of the alien healing machine.
  • The reaction from the crew when actor June Lockhart stopped production so everyone could go outside and see a rainbow.
  • Why JMS violated his rule of no kids and no robots.
  • Why, in the episode "Eyes," director Jim Johnston was "never quite happy with the relationship between the colonel and the telepath."
  • What happened when Ed Wasser said to JMS, "Why don't you put me in two more episodes, and I won't touch my hair ever?"
  • This scene that story editor Larry DiTillio believed demeaned Ambassador Delenn.
  • The cast member who really longed to be an astronaut.
  • The situation in which Claudia Christian had to be guarded even at the cost of a crew member's own life.
  • What happened to "Chrysalis, Part II."
  • How the CGI team approached space battles with an eye toward accurate physics.
  • The episode Larry DiTillio believed was hated by as many fans as it was loved by others.
  • Why director Jim Johnston hated Gray's telepathic attack on Ben Zayn being cut short by Sinclair's punch in "Eyes."
  • Why JMS believes that "The War Prayer" worked as well as a "brick through a plate glass window."
  • Who said, "I don't think there's anybody on this set who's happier than I am."
  • Director Jim Johnston's attitude towards the teaser, and what he really thought of the "Babylon Squared" breakfast opening.
  • Janet Greek's secret to getting Peter Jurasik and Stephen Furst to do anything.
  • Specifically, what the producers wanted to keep and get rid of with respect to the costume design as the show transitioned from pilot to series.
  • What JMS considers one of the most ambitious set pieces of season two.
  • The dialogue that JMS had to delete after Claudia Christian broke her ankle.
  • The specific reason the producers chose certain actors with theatrical backgrounds.
  • The Babylon 5 actor who went to acting school with Wesley Snipes.
  • The only thing that Mira Furlan feels loyalty toward.
  • Why the CGI folks designed the Minbari cruiser to look like a cross between an angelfish and a butterfly.
  • How Larry DiTillio was trying to portray a different point of view about the Centauri and the Narns in his episode "Knives."
  • Jerry Doyle's heart-warming explanation about how Babylon 5 evolved "from a house to a home."
  • What the makeup department referred to as "the stable" that saved them tons of time and money. (This is a great tip for filmmakers.)
  • The shot that Warner Bros. wanted in "Points of Departure," and why director Janet Greek responded, "If they want it, somebody else is going to do it, because I'm not gonna do it."
  • The episode that caused JMS to exclaim, "Nobody is moving, nobody is reacting; it's like a f---ing photograph."
  • What it means when a shot is "locked off."
  • JMS's first rule for Babylon 5.
  • Details of the five Drazi looks.
  • JMS's secret to writing an interesting character.
  • What Richard Biggs worried about at the end of season one, and how he met with the producers to seek assurance that his fear was unfounded.
  • In which shot you will find a Christmas-tree-shaped air freshener.
  • What Bruce Boxleitner suggested when the ratings for Babylon 5 were tied with Baywatch.
  • The big makeup secret from season one that was inspired by Mr. Potato Head.
  • Why director Jim Johnston was disappointed when he was asked to shoot "Eyes" instead of "TKO."
  • Why director Michael Vejar used a wheelchair dolly, and the effect he got that had people asking, "How the hell did he get that shot?"
  • How the Icarus proved to the CGI department which ships looked good and which ones didn't.
  • Why JMS just wanted to get Lennier in front of a stripper.
  • How Bruce Boxleitner adjusted to fan feedback from the Internet, and why that frightened him.
  • What Ed Wasser bought at a store to mentally connect his character with the dark side. It cost him $120.
  • Why two thirds of the stunts filmed for "TKO" were edited out.
  • Why shooting scenes in the interrogation room of "Eyes" were a "real nightmare."
  • Why Richard Biggs did some rodeo riding every summer, and why the producers didn't like that, even though Claudia Christian had broken her ankle tripping in her backyard.
  • The episode that was shown to focus groups who had never seen Babylon 5, and their unexpected reaction.
  • The aspect of the show the producers felt they needed to do much better in season two.
  • What Peter Jurasik was referring to when he said he and Andreas were "highlights and sparks and flavors in the script."
  • How director Richard Compton really blew the direction of "Grail"...and why it was filmed ninth but aired fifteenth.
  • Why John Flinn needed stuntmen in tip-top shape for the fight sequences in "TKO."
  • Everyone's favorite topic: The arguments between the CGI department and Harlan Ellison about the issue of sound in space.
  • Why the producers were not really interested in a director's experience with special effects.
  • The lost concept of a species that considered Vorlon ships a delicacy not unlike sushi.
  • Why JMS told writer Larry DiTillio that he couldn't do a storyline about Sheridan's father having a stroke.
  • Why the duel in "Knives" did not contain any footage with stunt doubles.
  • The situation in which JMS told the fans to "Shut up. Sit down. And listen."
  • Why the Vorlon ship in the pilot does not resemble the biomechanical designs of H. R. Giger.
  • Why Peter Jurasik was in love with Bruce Boxleitner.
  • Why Richard Biggs believed he could play Dr. Franklin "in his sleep."
  • Why Mira Furlan refers to her makeup as "the major experience and the major problem and the major issue."
  • Surprise: the largest expense for the pilot's CGI -- and it wasn't the technology.
  • Why the CGI designers for the pilot felt "There's nothing where we have to turn around and say, 'No, we can't do that.'"
  • Director of photography John Flinn's secret when he works with directors to establish a style for a specific episode.
  • Larry DiTillio's plan for the clandestine force behind Abel Horn's attacks in "Spider in the Web."
  • The details of what director Jim Johnston did to differentiate Babylon 4 from Babylon 5 in "Babylon Squared."
  • Find out what was described as "B5 Big Hole Gray."
  • The situation in which costume desinger Ann Bruice would say, "Do you want to build six Rangers from your house?"
  • Who Bruce Boxleitner would call the "Mob Dude."
  • The situation in which Bruce Boxleitner and Claudia Christian would pretend they were Nancy and Ronald Reagan.
  • The day that Richard Biggs walked into Jerry Doyle's trailer and found him doing something quite unexpected.
  • Why Harlan Ellison was beside himself when he first saw the Vorlon ships.
  • The main aspect of Babylon 5 that costume designer Ann Bruice found the most frustrating.
  • The guest actor who, according to Stephen Furst, could not remember his lines in the middle of the scene.
  • The actor who said, "I just go in there and try to chew up the furniture."
  • The scene in "The Coming of Shadows" where Janet Greek edited out most of the dialogue, only to have the producers put it back in.
TABLE OF CONTENTS FOR VOLUME 2

  • Foundation Imaging (7 Dec 1993)
  • Jim Johnston - Director (7 Sept 1994)
  • John C. Flinn III - Director of Photography (10 Sept 1994)
  • Richard Biggs - Stephen Franklin (19 Sept 1994)
  • Jerry Doyle - Michael Garibaldi (19 Sept 1994)
  • Bruce Boxleitner - John Sheridan (8 Dec 1994)
  • Robin Curtis - Kalika Qwal’Mizra (23 Jan 1995)
  • Ann Bruice - Costume Designer (3 Feb 1995)
  • John Copeland - Producer (3 Feb 1995)
  • Ed Wasser - Morden (3 Feb 1995)
  • J. Michael Straczynski - Creator/Executive Producer (6 Feb 1995)
  • Douglas Netter - Executive Producer (6 Feb 1995)
  • John Vulich - Makeup Effects Creator (6 Feb 1995)
  • Mira Furlan - Delenn (14 Feb 1995)
  • Richard Biggs - Stephen Franklin (15 Feb 1995)
  • Janet Greek - Director (20 Feb 1995)
  • Stephen Furst - Vir Cotto (21 Feb 1995)
  • Kerry Rossall - Stunt Coordinator (22 Feb 1995)
  • Ed Wasser - Morden (3 Mar 1995)
  • Jeff Conaway - Zack Allan (9 Mar 1995)
  • Jerry Doyle - Michael Garibaldi (11 Mar 1995)
  • Michael Ansara - Elric (10 July 1995)
  • Ron Thornton - Visual Effects Designer (24 Aug 1995)
  • J. Michael Straczynski - Creator/Executive Producer (29 Sept 1995)
  • Lawrence G. DiTillio - Writer (4 Dec 1995)
  • Peter Jurasik - Londo Mollari (5 Dec 1995)
  • Christy Marx - Writer (12 Dec 1995)
VOLUME 2 EXCERPTS

RICHARD BIGGS EXCERPT
Richard Biggs Interview Excerpt

JERRY DOYLE EXCERPT
Jerry Doyle Interview Excerpt

MIRA FURLAN EXCERPT
Mira Furlan Interview Excerpt

DIRECTOR JIM JOHNSTON
Jim Johnston Interview Excerpt 1

DIRECTOR JIM JOHNSTON (CONT'D)
Jim Johnston Interview Excerpt 2

Index

20th Century Fox – page 281

Abbai – page 85

Abbut – page 189

ABC – pages 227, 254, 271, 290, 329, 355-357

Abercrombie, Ian – page 193

Abyss, The – page 237

Academy for Theatre and Film – page 195

Academy of Galactic Exploration – page 289

"Acts of Sacrifice" – pages 2, 65, 79, 91, 129, 190-191, 193, 235, 294, 332, 342

Adair, Catherine – page 88

Adams, Marshall – pages 116, 218

Adams, Mary Kay – pages 29, 311

Addison, David – page 141

ADI – page 179

Africa – page 235

Agamemnon – pages 68, 74, 78

Alexander, Lyta – pages 131, 304, 348

Aling, Ann Bruice – pages 86-105, 115, 170, 172

"All Alone in the Night" – pages 71, 77, 115, 143, 161, 195, 209, 219, 225, 244, 270, 293

Allan, Zack – pages 253, 260-261, 267, 311

Allen, Woody – page 229

Allison, Judy – page 256

Amblin – page 16

American Embassy – page 27

Amiga – pages 4, 15, 116, 277

Amis – page 163

"And Now for a Word" – pages 83, 109, 144, 253, 295, 343

"And the Sky Full of Stars" – pages 28, 40, 114, 133, 142, 148, 160-161, 308

Anderson, Richard Dean – page 354

Ansara, Michael – pages 72, 232, 271-275, 338

Apocalypse Now – pages 236-237

Argenziano, Carmen – pages 245, 344

Arness, James – page 66

Asner, Ed – page 205

Athena McGee – page 330

Auberjonois, Rene – page 205

Australia – page 113

Avon – page 228

Babylon Emporium – page 332

"Babylon Squared" – pages 23, 26-28, 41, 115, 148, 155-156, 158

Babylonian Productions – pages 107, 129, 167-168

bagna caùda – page 211

Bailey, Bob – page 280

Balkans – page 196

Barbeau, Adrienne – pages 79, 111, 306, 313

Batman – page 229

Battlestar Galactica – pages 192, 280

Baywatch – pages 66, 79

BBC – page 7

Beck, Michael – pages 79, 111

Beigle-Bryant, Paul – pages 5-18, 277, 283, 287

Belafonte, Gina – page 119

Beldon, Alisa – page 52

Belgrade – page 196

"Believers" – pages 50-52, 60, 109, 131, 143-144, 150, 299

Belushi, John – pages 226-227

Ben Zayn, Ari – pages 26, 152

Bergen, Candace – page 236

Berlin Symphony Orchestra – page 171

Berrenger's – page 256

Berrings, Hank – pages 123, 250

Bester, Alfred – pages 75, 164, 303

Bey, Turhan – pages 73, 76, 214, 221, 340-341

Bigelow, Kathryn – page 246

Biggs, Richard – pages 46-57, 60, 176, 208, 209-217, 220, 267, 293, 320-321

Bikel, Theodore – pages 38, 42

Birney, David – page 229

Birneyville Memorial – page 229

Black Plague – page 131

Blackman, Bob – page 87

Blake, Henry – page 71

Blake's 7 – pages 7, 113, 288

Bohemian – page 127

"Born to the Purple" – pages 114, 134, 233, 310, 323

Bosnia – page 78

Boxleitner, Bruce – pages 28, 35, 44, 55, 62, 64-81, 142, 159, 173, 175-176, 204, 210, 234, 241, 244, 250, 259, 263, 273, 333, 335

Boyer, Katy – pages 20, 23

Boyle, Peter – pages 228-229

Brando, Marlon – pages 25, 274

Brentwood, California – page 123

Broadway – pages 73, 79, 253-254

Broken Arrow – pages 72, 271-274

Bronx – page 125

Brooklyn – page 125

Brooks, Jim – page 255

Brothers and Sisters – page 227

Brown, Julie Caitlin – pages 82, 84, 129, 151

Browne, Sam – page 95

Buntz, Norman – page 343

Burbank, California – page 112

Burch, Scott – page 343

Bureau 13 – pages 142, 307-308, 314, 325

Burg, Steve – pages 289-290

Burrell, Everett – pages 61, 179, 181, 283

"By Any Means Necessary" – pages 20-21, 23-24, 28, 115, 146-147, 262

California – pages 1, 47, 83, 87, 253-254, 264

Campbell, Ron – page 289

Cannes – page 246

Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future – pages 107-108, 113, 167, 170, 235, 351

Carr, Jane – pages 93, 212-213, 231, 339

Carren, David – page 357

Carter, Amanda – pages 306, 313

Casey, Shannon – pages 5-18

Casino – page 246

CBS – pages 227, 256

Centauri – pages 88-89, 91-93, 112, 128-130, 147, 157-158, 174, 214-215, 218, 223, 230-231, 249, 281, 300-301, 303, 308-309, 315, 322, 340, 346-347

Centauri Prime – pages 333, 336, 345

Cerebus – page 162

"Ceremonies of Light and Dark" – pages 290, 336

CGI – pages 5-10, 14-15, 39, 133, 150, 219-220, 242, 285, 296, 316, 329, 351, 353

Chamberlain, Ardwight – page 141

Chekhov, Anton – page 47

Cheyenne, Wyoming – pages 54-55

Chicago Hope – page 334

Chicago, Illinois – page 225

Choate, Tim – page 26

Christian, Claudia – pages 36, 38, 42, 45, 55, 66, 69, 81, 152-153, 161, 176, 210, 241-242, 294, 333, 350

Christine – page 237

"Chrysalis" – pages 1, 54, 115, 121-122, 147-148, 158-160, 164, 202-204, 207, 231

Churchill, Winston – page 140

CIA – page 75

Cirrus, Mariah – page 212

Close, Glenn – page 196

Cobra – page 237

Cochise – page 72

Cole, Marcus – pages 302-303

Coleman, Doug – page 246

Colorado – pages 54, 87

Comancheros – page 274

"Comes the Inquisitor" – pages 129, 287, 300

"Coming of Shadows" – pages 32, 76, 87, 94, 107, 110, 115, 119, 129, 132, 147-148, 159, 165, 167, 176, 179, 191, 214, 218, 220-223, 339-342

Compton, Richard – pages 34, 36-37, 149, 151, 240, 246, 279, 353

CompuServe – page 149

Conan – page 357

Conaway, Jeff – pages 79, 250, 252-261, 311

"Confessions and Lamentations" – pages 109, 129, 131, 249, 253, 263, 271, 277, 293, 299, 325

Connally, Neeoma – page 20

Connery, Sean – page 236

"Convictions" – pages 287, 289, 302, 336, 347

Copeland, John – pages 21, 35, 44, 61, 88, 106-117, 168, 171-172, 235, 246, 283, 288-289, 295-296, 326

Coppola, Francis Ford – page 237

Corey, Guinevere – page 149

Correlilmurzon – pages 2, 193

Cortez, EAS – pages 30, 287

Cotto, Vir – pages 130, 139, 225, 230-231, 249, 295, 304, 322-323, 334, 344, 347-349, 351

Courtney, James Jude – page 243

Coventry, England – page 140

Cremin, Kevin G. – pages 108, 130, 168, 171, 176 246, 289, 313

Criswell Productions – page 93

Croatian National Theatre – page 195

Crowley, David L. – page 311

Crusade – pages 289, 327, 356

Curry, Dan – page 280

Curtis, Robin – pages 82-85

Curtiz, Michael – page 274

Czech Republic – page 127

Daggair – page 93

Dagool – page 189

Dallas, Texas – page 118

Darth Vader – page 187

David, Peter – pages 129, 146, 149-150, 324

Davis, Jason – pages 2, 118

Dax – page 319

"Day in the Strife, A" – pages 277, 302, 305, 347

"Deathwalker" – pages 5, 52, 82, 85, 143, 183, 188-189, 311, 313, 352

DEC Alpha – page 116

DeFilipps, Kurt – pages 252, 306, 343

Delenn – pages 27, 29, 41, 67, 77-78, 89, 91, 100, 130, 133-134, 140, 158, 163-164, 176, 181-182, 195, 202-205, 207, 222, 250, 299-300, 319-320, 322, 346, 352

Delta House – page 227

DeMille Cecil B. – page 274

Denver, Colorado – page 54

DePatie-Freleng – page 354

Deuce – page 151

Dewhurst, Colleen – page 253

DiLeo, Mario – page 295

Disney – pages 113, 227, 334

"Distant Star, A" – pages 28, 30-31, 33, 47, 59, 71, 81, 161-162

DiTillio, Lawrence G. – pages 2, 13, 23, 57, 68, 82, 114, 120, 152, 171, 289, 306-331, 343, 351

DiTillio, Robert – page 82

"Divided Loyalties" – pages 300, 307

Dobro, Carrie – pages 289, 327, 356

Dolby – page 107

Don Juan in Hell – page 205

Douglas, Sarah – pages 52, 183, 186

Dourif, Brad – pages 303, 347

Dow Corning 355 – page 180

DownBelow – pages 146, 157

Doyle, Jerry – pages 20, 33, 43, 58-63, 82, 84, 176, 211, 241, 259, 262-268, 333

Dr. Faustus – page 294

Draal – pages 131, 154-155, 183, 303, 347

Dragnet – page 237

Drake, Nelson – pages 184-185

Drazi – pages 2, 36, 91, 102, 162, 188, 190-191, 196, 288-289

Drennan, Kathryn – pages 21, 147

Dukakis, Michael – page 229

Durman, Elizabeth – pages 266, 317, 319-320

"Dust to Dust" – pages 293, 303, 348

Duvall, Robert – page 236

Eagle, David J. – page 298

EANN – page 87

Earth-Minbari War – pages 67, 70

Earthforce – pages 78, 89-91, 101, 135, 205, 293, 314-315

Edward, Brother – pages 303, 347

Egypt – page 147

Eich, Gunter – page 144

Eisenhower jacket – page 90

Ellison, Harlan – pages 149, 152, 281-282

Elric – pages 162, 232, 270-271, 273

Emmy Award – pages 61, 185, 187, 190, 328

England – pages 18, 117, 170, 195, 198, 288, 290

Enterprise, USS – page 279

Epoxical – page 179

Epsilon 3 – pages 131, 154, 284

Equalizer, The – page 22

Euphrates Treaty – page 233

"Exogenesis" – page 303

"Eyes" – pages 23-25, 28, 151-152, 324

"Fall of Night, The" – pages 189, 234, 271, 277, 293, 301, 346

Fantastic Four – pages 75, 354

Faust – pages 294, 334

Ferrara, Lorraine Senna – page 53

Firearm – page 243

Flinn, John C., III – pages 22-23, 27, 32-45, 116, 121, 131, 150-151, 184, 203, 212, 218, 233, 238, 243, 246, 255, 268, 272, 296-297, 306, 316, 319, 336, 345

Fontana, D.C. – pages 25, 153, 289, 357

Foss, Chris – pages 279, 287

Foundation Imaging – pages 4-18, 114, 116, 169, 219, 237, 276, 289-291

Foxworth, Robert – pages 72-73, 111, 173

Franke, Christopher – pages 111, 114, 171

Franklin, Richard – pages 69, 78, 293, 315, 317, 320-321, 327

Franklin, Stephen – pages 47, 49, 51-52, 55-56, 68-69, 78, 157, 164, 208-214, 267, 293, 296, 303, 309, 315, 317, 320-321, 327

Funk, Greg – pages 61, 193, 341

Furlan, Mira – pages 3, 29, 42, 64, 77, 96, 122, 163, 181, 194-207, 259, 320

Furst, Stephen – pages 40, 176, 220, 224-233, 248, 250, 304, 322, 334-335

G'Kar – pages 24, 29, 77, 89-90, 94, 98, 108, 114, 120, 123, 129-130, 132, 138-139, 143, 147, 160, 165, 176, 180, 185, 204, 220-221, 241, 264, 294, 296, 303, 319, 334, 336, 341, 347-348

G'Quan – page 147

Gajic, Aldous – pages 150, 352

Gajic, Goran – pages 196-198, 205

Galus, Ray – page 81

Garden of Eden – page 123

Garibaldi and Company Gazette – page 268

Garibaldi, Michael – pages 21, 23, 26, 28, 30, 33, 51, 59-60, 62, 68, 75, 78, 96, 114, 130, 132, 139, 145-146, 152-153, 156, 158, 162, 164, 211, 213, 222, 263-268, 310, 312-313, 317-320, 323, 342, 353

Gary Shandling Show, The – page 48

GEnie – page 1

"Geometry of Shadows" – pages 2, 21, 31, 36, 40, 72, 115, 161, 190-191, 286, 338-339, 342

Giger, H. R. – pages 9, 281

Ginther, Mark – page 244

Gish, Lillian – page 253

Gloose – page 329

Gomez, Lisa – page 252

Gorash 7 – page 300

Graham, Gerrit – page 339

"Grail" – pages 14, 22, 40, 115, 149-151, 157, 276, 282-283, 350-352

Greek, Janet – pages 28, 34, 40, 70, 94, 158, 203, 218-223, 289, 323, 334-335, 337, 341, 346

Green, Bruce Seth – pages 84, 233

Greenbaum, David – page 119

Gregorian chant – page 146

"Gropos" – pages 57, 78, 116, 168, 205, 214, 244, 266, 287, 293, 308, 311-312, 314-315, 317, 319, 324

Guiness, Alec – page 170

Gunga Din – page 274

Gunsmoke – page 39

Gyor – page 243

Hague – page 72

Hastings, Allen – page 278

Hawaii – page 35

HBO – pages 109, 120, 125, 349

Hedda Gabbler – page 87

Hendricks, Vance – page 135

Herman's Hermits – page 257

Hickox, Bryan – page 256

Higgins, Joanne – page 94

Hill, Arthur – page 253

Hirsch, Judd – page 339

Hobbit, The – page 27

Hollywood – pages 77, 93, 170-171, 256, 274, 334-335, 338

Homeguard – page 141

Hopper, Hedda – page 43

Horn, Abel – pages 79, 309, 312

Hudson Guild Theatre – page 125

Hugo Award – page 223

Hulce, Tom – page 226

Hunter, Morgan – page 319

"Hunter, Prey" – pages 213, 249, 252, 263, 267, 288, 295

Huse, Linda – page 97

Hypernauts – pages 289-291, 326-329, 351, 355-358

Iacovelli, John – pages 21, 27, 88, 108, 116, 170-172, 176

Icarus – pages 139-140, 249, 287

Ikarran – pages 1, 135, 178, 184

In the Beginning – pages 145, 187

"In the Shadow of Z'ha'dum" – pages 115, 124, 130, 139, 158, 225, 235, 249-251, 267, 287, 298-299

Indianapolis – page 200

"Infection" – pages 1, 49-50, 115, 134-135, 178, 185

Ironheart, Jason – pages 153, 164

ISN – pages 40, 43, 47, 51, 61, 73, 79, 88, 96, 137, 143-144, 149-150, 153, 162, 172, 177, 184, 201, 215, 245, 250, 261, 265, 271, 288, 293, 300, 307, 322, 334, 338, 354

Ivanova, Susan – pages 30, 68, 70, 76, 130, 139, 143, 148-149, 155, 161, 163-164, 211, 294, 300, 304, 310, 317-319

Ivey, Judith – page 205

Jaddo, Urza – pages 93, 245, 309, 323

Jake and the Fatman – pages 34-35

Jakes, John – page 227

Jha'Dur – page 82

Jinxo – pages 151, 352

Johnny Mnemonic – page 330

Johnson, Anne-Marie – pages 55, 111

Johnson, Russell – page 42

Johnston, Jim – pages 20-31, 33, 36-37, 39-40, 72, 187, 203, 244, 246, 289, 320, 323, 335

Jones, James Earl – page 315

Judas – page 272

Julius Caesar – page 274

Julliard – page 119

Jupiter – pages 286, 289

Jurasik, Peter – pages 1, 40, 69, 76, 82, 84, 112, 122, 174, 176, 220, 223-224, 230, 233, 242, 245, 250, 262, 264, 309, 332-349

Jurassic Park – pages 10, 179

Katsulas, Andreas – pages 24, 40, 69, 76, 82, 84, 86, 96, 108, 122, 165, 176, 180-181, 185-186, 191, 201, 214, 221, 231, 241, 248, 262, 300, 333-336, 338, 341-342, 344, 347

Kawasaki – page 152

Keaton, Michael – pages 228-229

Keffer, Warren – pages 68, 313, 316

Keno light – page 37

Kentucky – page 225

KIIS FM – page 63

Kimbro, Art – page 81

Kiro – page 339

Kline, Kelsey – pages 86, 106

Klingon – page 308

Knight One – page 91

Knight Two – pages 91, 142

"Knives" – pages 87, 93, 107, 119, 129, 167, 179, 195, 209, 219, 245, 298, 309, 312, 321, 324, 343

Ko'Dath – page 130

Koenig, Walter – pages 75, 151, 164

Kolchak – page 330

Kosh – pages 42, 109, 130, 140-141, 146, 158, 187, 189, 205, 250, 294, 299-301, 346, 352

Kulai – pages 289, 327-328

Kung Fu: The Legend Continues – page 79

Kutchaver, Kevin – page 114

Landis, John – pages 225-226

Las Vegas – pages 156, 231, 246

Last Starfighter, The – page 5

"Late Delivery from Avalon" – pages 307, 333

Law of the Plainsman – pages 272, 274

Lawrence, Katherine – pages 351, 357

"Learning Curve" – page 10

Leech, Beverly – page 29

"Legacies" – pages 52, 153

Leghorn, Foghorn – page 162

Lennier – pages 89, 91, 133-134, 152-153, 157-159, 204, 325-326

Leno, Jay – page 349

Leonard, Terry – pages 235-237, 246

Letterman, David – page 349

Levi Dockers – page 230

Lewis, Jerry – page 40

Liberator – page 288

LightWave – pages 9, 16, 116, 277-278

Lithgow, John – pages 227-228

Lloyd, Christopher – pages 228-229

Lockhart, June – pages 53, 157

Lockheed – page 278

Loffler, Gianin – page 164

Lois and Clark – page 16

"Long Dark, The" – pages 55, 115, 163, 212, 265, 339

"Long, Twilight Struggle, The" – pages 270, 287, 300, 341, 345

Lorimar Television – page 109

Lorka – page 200

Los Angeles – pages 47, 55, 63, 87, 167, 199, 225

Los Angeles Theatre Center – pages 87-88

Lourdes – page 150

Lucas, George – pages 13, 282

Lumati – page 190

Lurkers – page 303

LVR – page 18

Mac (computer) – page 277

Maday, Gregg – pages 109, 174-175

Madrid – page 236

Mafia – page 77

Magnum, P.I. – pages 34-35

Manhattan, New York – page 119

Mankiewicz, Joe – page 274

Mark Taper Forum – page 87

Markab – pages 82, 91, 325

Marlowe, Christopher – page 294

Mars Rebellion – page 313

Marshall, Marie – pages 267, 319

Martin, Gregory – page 24

Marx, Christy – pages 282, 289, 326, 328-329, 351-358

Mary Tyler Moore Show, The – pages 254-255

Massachusetts – pages 107, 229

Matheson, Tim – page 227

"Matters of Honor" – pages 288, 302

Max Headroom – page 109

Maynard – pages 30, 162

McCallum, David – page 50

McKinney, Greg – pages 39, 243

McNeil, Kate – page 53

medlab – pages 50, 53, 55, 90, 164

Mengele, Josef – page 143

Mephistopheles – page 294

"Messages from Earth" – pages 289, 303

Meyer, Barry – page 169

Meyer, Nicholas – page 227

MFA – page 87

MGM – page 171

Miami Vice – page 22

Midnight Madness – page 227

"Midnight on the Firing Line" – pages 5, 13, 131-132, 230, 283

Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers – pages 290, 329, 356

Milius, John – page 237

Minbar – pages 91, 334

Minbari – pages 29, 67-68, 70, 74, 78, 89, 91, 93, 143, 153, 160, 174, 181, 183, 280, 284, 288, 295, 302, 314-315, 325-326

"Mind War" – pages 114, 185

Minneapolis – page 142

moldavite – pages 125, 127, 248

Mollari, Londo – pages 1, 24, 29, 60, 76-77, 89-93, 99, 108, 114-115, 123, 129-130, 132, 134, 136, 139, 143, 157, 165, 174, 176, 180, 204, 220, 231-232, 249, 263-264, 294-295, 297-298, 300, 303, 309, 315, 319, 322-324, 332-334, 336-349

Moorcock, Michael – page 162

Morden – pages 24, 29, 77, 115, 119, 121, 123-125, 127, 130, 139, 147-148, 249-250, 260, 337-338, 346-347

Morse, Mary Kay – pages 20, 61

Mueller, Karl – page 54

Mueller, Richard – pages 289, 357

Mumy, Bill – pages 82, 84, 176, 204-205, 242, 259, 326

Murphy Brown – page 117

Murphy, Fred V., II – page 27

Muta-Do – page 190

Mutai – pages 148, 243

n'grath – pages 187-188

Na'Toth – pages 29, 52, 114, 129-130, 180, 182, 310-311

Nafeel, Dureena – pages 289, 327

Narn – pages 13, 29, 78, 88-89, 91, 128-130, 147, 165, 174, 186-188, 215, 260, 280, 284, 286, 297, 300, 309, 322, 334, 341, 345-346

NATO – page 78

Nazi – pages 95, 108, 184, 319-320

Nazzaro, Joe – pages 1, 14

NBC – pages 227, 339

Neame, Christopher – page 142

Nelson, Andrew – page 20

Neroon – page 153

Netter, Douglas – pages 5, 34, 44, 49, 52, 65, 73, 88, 166-177, 216, 246, 282, 289, 326

Nettleton, Lois – pages 93, 111

New Hampshire – page 337

New Jersey – page 1

New Mexico – page 87

New York – pages 23, 47, 83, 119, 170, 195-196, 199, 201, 225, 228-229, 246, 253-254, 257

Newsweek – page 46

NewTek – pages 5, 9, 15, 277-278

Nightwatch – pages 141, 303

Nimoy, Adam – page 347

Nimoy, Leonard – pages 322, 344, 347

Noosh – page 328

Norda – page 328

Normandy – page 317

North Dakota – page 47

Northern Exposure – page 222

Number One – pages 66, 135, 335

NYPD Blue – pages 135, 260, 302

NYU – page 119

O'Hare, Michael – pages 3, 23, 28, 41, 55, 58, 62, 66, 82, 113, 155, 174, 233, 342, 350

O'Reilly, Walter "Radar" – page 71

Olivier, Laurence – page 150

Ombuds – pages 151, 157

Optic Nerve – pages 178-179, 193, 289, 328, 330, 341

Oregon – pages 79, 225-226

pak'ma'ra – page 186

Paramount – pages 73-74, 168, 254, 303

Paris, France – page 198

"Parliament of Dreams, The" – pages 40, 61, 114, 136-137, 185, 187, 190, 231, 342

"Passing Through Gethsemane" – pages 303, 307, 333, 347, 351

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – page 87

Picket Fences – page 152

Pipes, Ron – page 61

Planet of the Apes – page 191

Plexiglas – pages 297, 345

"Point of No Return" – pages 290, 303, 348

"Points of Departure" – pages 70, 133-134, 159, 219

Poitier, Sidney – page 47

Polaroid – page 94

Portland, Oregon – page 156

Posey, Stephen L. – pages 323-324

Pros-Aid – page 180

Psi Corps – pages 95, 138, 144, 153, 164, 307-308, 312-313

PTEN – pages 61, 109, 168-169, 172, 290, 302, 344

Pyrun – page 328

"Quality of Mercy, The" – pages 21, 33, 47, 53, 59-60, 156, 160

Quantum Leap – page 120

Qwal'Mizra, Kalika – pages 82-83, 85

"Race Through Dark Places, A" – pages 76, 115, 164, 213

Rambo III – page 237

Rangers – pages 91, 93, 130, 132, 290, 302, 356

Rattlesnake Productions – pages 5, 7-8

Ray, Ted – page 289

Reagan, Nancy – page 71

Reagan, Ronald – page 71

Refa, Antono – pages 309, 336, 341, 345-346

religious caste – pages 91, 315

Ren and Stimpy – page 327

Reo, Don – page 256

"Revelations" – pages 1, 29, 33, 72, 74, 142, 147, 160-161, 163, 337-338

Rhonda – page 93

Richmond, Bill – page 256

Riegert, Peter – page 227

Ritter, John – page 83

Robe, The – page 272

Robertson, Dick – pages 73, 168-169

Robinson, Sugar Ray – page 23

Roddenberry, Majel Barrett – pages 303, 348

Rolston, Mark – page 54

Romeo – page 47

Rossall, Kerry – pages 234-246

Roughnecks – page 34

Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) – pages 93, 110

Rugrats – page 327

Rusler, Robert – page 81

Russian Tea Room – page 228

Sachs, Robin – page 111

SAG – page 182

Saint, Eva Marie – page 66

Sakai, Catherine – pages 137-138, 319

Samurai – pages 92, 184

San Diego – pages 236, 314

Sanderson, William – page 151

Santa Clarita – page 170

Santa Claus – page 72

Santa Monica – page 126

Satan – page 131

Scarecrow and Mrs. King – pages 66, 75

Schuck, John – page 347

Schultz, Dwight – pages 111, 163, 173, 265

seaQuest DSV – pages 10, 15-16, 74, 116

Sector 14 – page 324

"Severed Dreams" – pages 293, 303

Shadowlands – page 88

Shadows – pages 74-75, 120, 122-123, 125, 138-140, 147-148, 160, 165, 176, 220, 250, 270, 284, 286, 287, 288, 300, 309, 313-314, 323, 346-347

Shakespeare, William – page 47

Shatner William – pages 75, 273, 322, 344

Shaw, George Bernard – page 205

Sheppard, W. Morgan – pages 28, 40, 50, 173, 183-184

Sheridan, John – pages 29-30, 62, 65-71, 74-76, 78-80, 96, 128-130, 134, 139-140, 142-143, 146, 155, 159-161, 163-164, 202, 210, 213, 219, 221, 249-251, 263, 267, 270, 288, 293-294, 298-299, 302-303, 308, 314-315, 321-322, 324-325, 342, 346

Shiloh – page 125

shiva – pages 148, 317

Showtime – pages 120, 125

"Sic Transit Vir" – pages 334, 348, 351

Sidewalk Talk – page 125

Sigma 957 – pages 138-139

"Signs and Portents" – pages 115, 122-123, 147-148, 152, 339

Silicon Corridor – page 107

Silicon Graphics – page 15

Sinclair, Jeffrey – pages 26, 28, 62, 66-67, 91, 113, 133, 137, 142-143, 155-156, 159-160, 202, 213, 222, 263, 300, 304, 319, 321, 352

Slater, Mary Jo – pages 120, 130, 170, 259

Smith, Walker – pages 23, 243

SMU – page 119

Smurfs, The – page 354

Snipes, Wesley – page 119

Snyder, Jon – page 184

"Soul Hunter" – pages 6, 28, 36, 40, 49-50, 92, 104, 131, 133-135, 173, 183-185

"Soul Mates" – pages 83, 92, 94, 115, 163, 212, 231, 310, 339-340

Spartacus – page 78

Spector, Phil – page 196

"Spider in the Web" – pages 55, 65, 75, 79, 130, 135, 142, 306-307, 309-312, 314, 318

Spielberg, Steven – pages 11, 74, 108, 237

Stalking the Night Fantastic – page 307

Star Trek – pages 9, 71, 74-75, 84, 87, 109, 133-135, 137, 168, 177, 185-186, 190, 192, 254, 260, 281, 286, 290, 313, 317, 319

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – pages 124, 154, 308

Star Trek: The Next Generation – page 133

Star Trek: Voyager – pages 116, 297

Starfury – pages 68, 71, 143, 152, 282

Steadicam – page 27

Steele, Barbara – page 188

Stellar Occasion 5 – page 118

Stevens, Andrew – page 227

Stevens, George – pages 72, 274

Stingray – page 279

Stipes, David – page 280

Stormswept – page 120

Straczynski, J. Michael – pages 1-2, 5, 24-25, 30, 35, 52, 65, 67, 84, 88, 94, 107, 128-167, 205, 209, 230, 244, 250, 260, 270, 277, 292-305, 307-308, 330, 337, 339, 351

Strauss, Kim – page 289

Stroud, Don – page 39

Sun Valley, California – pages 1, 5, 171

SUNY Purchase – page 119

"Survivors" – pages 2, 28, 114, 145, 189, 311

Suskin, Mitch – pages 39, 114, 171

Sutherland, Donald – page 226

SWAT – page 90

Tak – page 191

Takashima, Laurel – page 132

Takedown – page 227

Tallman, Patricia – page 348

Tamblyn, Russ – pages 30, 71-72, 162

Taq – page 193

Teague, Marshall – pages 78, 178, 244

TekWar – page 330

telepath – pages 25-26, 75, 94, 138, 144, 153, 164, 176, 231

Television Academy – page 171

Ten Commandments, The – page 274

Teska, John – pages 283, 287

Texas – page 118

Theo, Brother – pages 303, 347

"There All the Honor Lies" – pages 129, 143, 146, 150, 297-298, 324, 342

Thompson, Andrea – pages 176, 231, 233, 248, 259-260, 268, 304, 310

Thompson, Evan – pages 168-169

Thornton, Ron – pages 5-18, 39, 74, 108, 110, 114, 154, 169-170, 172, 176, 185, 277-291, 296, 326-327, 329, 331, 351, 353, 355, 357

Throne, Malachi – page 221

Thunderbirds – pages 279, 282

Tiger, Tiger, Maneater – page 246

Timov – pages 93, 212, 231, 339-340

"TKO" – pages 22-23, 37-38, 42, 148-149, 189-190, 243, 317

Tolkien, J.R.R. – page 162

Topanga Canyon – page 47

Toronto – pages 167, 170, 235

"Toys of Caliban, The" (Twilight Zone) – page 48

Tragati – page 308

Tri-tech – page 307

Triiad – pages 289, 328-329, 356

Tron – page 77

Turenne, Louis – pages 183, 303, 347

Turner, Pete – page 234

Twain, Mark – pages 140, 161

Twilight Zone – pages 48, 351

Tyree, Adira – pages 92, 114, 134, 323

Una, Grace – page 52

unabomber – page 347

United Kingdom – page 1

UPN – pages 73, 314

Vejar, Michael – pages 34, 36, 40, 129, 150, 287, 297, 323, 335

Vekara – pages 328-329

Viacom – page 35

Vickery, John – page 111

Video Toaster – pages 5, 12, 15-16, 277

Vietnam – pages 320-321

"Voice in the Wilderness, A" – pages 115, 154, 190

"Voices of Authority" – pages 138, 303

Vorlon – pages 8-9, 139, 141, 270, 281, 288, 302, 346, 348, 352

Vulich, John – pages 1, 61, 179-192, 283, 289, 330, 357

Walkers of Sigma 957 – pages 138-139

Walters, Jessica – pages 72-73

"War Prayer, The" – pages 85, 115, 135, 141

"War Without End, The" – page 342

Warner Bros – pages 17, 21, 61, 66, 69, 72-73, 91, 109, 117, 136, 143-144, 157, 159, 168-169, 172, 174-175, 219, 312, 315, 344-345, 352

Warner, David – pages 115, 149-151, 205

warrior caste – pages 91, 153, 315, 325, 352

Wasser, Ed – pages 115, 118-127, 248-251, 260, 337

Wayne, John – page 316

Weber, Steve – page 119

Wein, Len – page 357

Weinberger, Ed – page 255

Welch, Lou – page 311

Wellington (Ombuds) – page 151

Wells, Sheelagh – page 340

Wheeler, Bobby – page 254

When Are You Coming Back, Red Ryder – page 333

White Star – pages 288, 302

Willerth, Jeffrey – page 218

Williams, Paul – pages 191, 193

Winfield, Paul – pages 78, 111, 173, 215-216, 315, 321

Winston, Stan – page 179

Winters, Talia – pages 60, 95, 105, 114, 131, 153, 157, 163-164, 264-266, 300, 307-310, 312, 318-319

Woronov, Mary – pages 130, 233, 248, 310

Wyoming – page 54

Yerma – pages 200-201

York, Michael – page 176

Yugoslavia – pages 197-198, 201

Yulin, Harris – page 205

Z'ha'dum – pages 115, 124, 130, 139, 158, 225, 235, 249-251, 267, 287, 298-299

Zagreb – pages 195-196

Zane, Billy – page 125

Zathras – pages 26, 156

Zen Garden – page 3

Zicree, Marc Scott – pages 2, 311

Zócalo – pages 55, 132

Zuckerman, Dori – page 120

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