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Echoes of All Our Conversations, Volume 4

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Publication Date: June 13, 2012
Retire Date: May 31, 2013
Retail Price: $69.00
Pages: 369

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

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THE VOLUME 4 COLLECTION INCLUDES
✔  369-page book of the complete, uncensored transcripts of 52 interviews with the Babylon 5 cast and key crew, conducted while Babylon 5 was in production on "Sleeping in Light," Thirdspace, In the Beginning...and beyond. Also included are the "lost" Michael O'Hare interviews dating back to pilot. See table of contents below.
✔  39 never-before-seen, behind-the-scenes photographs accompanying the interviews, plus a storyboard, concept sketch and production schedule.
✔  Hand-autographed by Mira Furlan.
✔  A personal message from Mira Furlan.
✔  Collectible postcard and bookmark with a Delenn quote selected by Mira Furlan.
✔  Audio CD of an 1995 interview with Stephen Furst and Peter Jurasik.
✔  Introduction by Joe Nazzaro (the first one he's written for the series) detailing how he found the "lost" Michael O'Hare interviews featured in this volume.

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Each book personally autographed
by Mira Furlan
Page sample showing personal message from Mira Furlan
A special note to the fans
written by Mira Furlan
Postcard with Delenn quote selected by Mira Furlan
Postcard with Delenn quote
selected by Mira Furlan

Bookmark with Delenn quote selected by Mira Furlan
Bookmark with Delenn quote
selected by Mira Furlan
Volume 4 Bonus Audio CD with Stephen Furst and Peter Jurasik Interview
BONUS AUDIO CD
Never-before-heard interview from 1995
with Stephen Furst and Peter Jurasik.
This interview is NOT in the book.
A SAMPLING OF WHAT IS REVEALED IN VOLUME 4

The interviews with the cast and crew in this volume occurred during the period of time that included the filming of "Sleeping in Light," Thirdspace, In the Beginning and beyond. The only exceptions are the "lost" Michael O'Hare interviews. See the table of contents below.

  • Proof that Echoes of All Our Conversations is uncensored: the COMPLETE interview with Claudia Christian two weeks after she left Babylon 5. (She wasn't happy.)
  • Revealed: why Michael O'Hare played Sinclair "so contained."
  • How Mira Furlan almost died while shooting "Atonement."
  • Who Patricia Tallman was referring to when she said, "I hope I never have to work with him again. I think he's a prick, and you can quote me on that."
  • The articulation exercise Jason Carter used to warm up his speaking voice...from The Picador Book of Erotic Verse.
  • First-hand reactions to the gag script (featuring Londo and G'Kar's sexual liaison) from Peter Jurasik, Richard Biggs, Bruce Boxleitner and Patricia Tallman. Who called whom and said what, the voice messages the cast left each other, the star who was the most upset by the premise (not Peter or Andreas) and why Pat was the most disappointed of all that it was a joke.
  • Teller speaks. A detailed interview with Penn's silent sidekick, where he talks about why he and Penn accepted the offer to appear on Babylon 5, why he doesn't like Harpo Marx (who "gives [him] the creeps") and the exchange between Teller and Neil Gaiman when the writer crashed the interview.
  • Why a scene between G'Kar and Londo in "No Surrender, No Retreat" annoyed Bill Mumy...and he wasn't even in it.
  • Why director Jesús Treviño approached directing Kosh the same as he would have a child or a dog.
  • Which star of the show said that the key to their religious beliefs was based on the Romper Room song "do be a good bee; don't be a bad bee."
  • How props intended for medlab might end up as a bomb detonator.
  • The scene one actor described as "walking into a sauna with a fur coat on."
  • The specific reason Penn wanted to be on Babylon 5, the confession that he knows nothing about SF and why he's been happy since June 12, 1973.
  • Who said, "I'm dead today but I come back next Wednesday to finish up."
  • What Peter Jurasik meant when he said, "I call it the crybaby scene just to drive them both crazy."
  • JMS's belief that if an actor cries on camera, they steal the tears from the audience.
  • Why Michael O'Hare had mixed feelings about traveling first class.
  • How the TV movies delayed a feeling of closure for some of the actors.
  • Which crew member Michael O'Hare believed was the "true commander of Babylon 5." (Hint: it wasn't JMS.)
  • How the illusion of the extending pike was created.
  • Why director David J. Eagle cut away from Daffy Duck in his edit of "Conflicts of Interest," and why he believes the producers stayed on the cartoon in the final cut.
  • The scene between Marcus and Franklin in "Atonement" that director Tony Dow declared was "one of his favorite scenes."
  • Which Babylon 5 star said, "I went to drama school knowing I could sing and dance and I left drama school with the full knowledge that I couldn't."
  • Why director Jesús Treviño cast Shari Belafonte as Dr. Elizabeth Trent in Thirdspace, and who else was up for the role.
  • Tracy Scoggins interviewed the day BEFORE she began playing Elizabeth Lochley.
  • The thing that frightened Claudia Christian most about the ending of Babylon 5.
  • Why "The Coming of Shadows" was Christopher Franke's favorite episode to score of the first 88.
  • Why actor Wayne Alexander was given all six scripts featuring Lorien before the first one was filmed, and how it affected his performance.
  • The thing Babylon 5 did that no other science fiction series in the history of television managed to achieve, according to producer John Copeland.
  • Why old Londo in In the Beginning was filmed in one block of three days.
  • Why Michael O'Hare compared director Richard Compton to French filmmaker Jean Renoir.
  • Why Claudia Christian didn't have to memorize any lines for the "Voice of the Resistance" scenes.
  • The prop maker's favorite prop: the Centauri Pizza box. Found out why.
  • The actor who thought the pace of season four was "a little quick for me."
  • How the look of the Narn homeworld was extrapolated from G'Kar's Babylon 5 quarters.
  • Why JMS directed Bruce Boxleitner not to touch Mira Furlan in their final "Sleeping in Light" scene until the very end...and how that made the emotions stronger.
  • The high-profile film Patricia Tallman considers "some of the hardest work [she'd] ever done"...and for which she didn't get a screen credit.
  • What legendary actor would send Tracy Scoggins flowers on her opening nights in the theater, with a card signed "Daddy."
  • Richard Biggs's first reaction to "Sleeping in Light," and how he approached playing Dr. Franklin twenty years in the future.
  • Name the speaker: "If I never work again, I have a beautiful son and a beautiful wife and I got a lot of money, so I'll be alright."
  • The thing Andreas Katsulas said to production designer John Iacovelli that turned out to be a first in the latter's career.
  • The reason Londo was constantly unpacking and receiving deliveries in the first season.
  • Makeup effects creator John Vulich's approach to how people in the future might age differently than they do today.
  • Bill Mumy's suggestion of what to watch closely in "Atonement," and why.
  • Why the prop maker put so much work into the Dreaming chalice from "Atonement"...when it was seen only once, and fleetingly.
  • The context in which Michael O'Hare said that looking into Mira Furlan's eyes "is one of the easiest things in the world to do."
  • Why Lennier was rubbing his hands when he walked into the Dreaming.
  • The suggestive wording on a memorial plaque in Admiral Ivanova's office.
  • The new title for Babylon 5 that production designer John Iacovelli suggested better reflected what was going on in the storyline.
  • Why working on In the Beginning made production designer John Iacovelli want to "reshoot the pilot entirely."
  • What the actors did with their "Sleeping in Light" scripts.
  • The director who watched the show every week, just like a fan, and who would be "blown away by episodes."
  • The two people Michael O'Hare most wanted to live near so he could "bump into them a lot."
  • What Patricia Tallman could have done that would have made her "four times the amount of money in one year" that she did on Babylon 5.
  • The approach director Jesús Treviño took to Thirdspace to make sure it didn't play like "two Babylon 5 hours."
  • Which parts of Sinclair's backstory were revealed to Michael O'Hare...and his reaction to them.
  • The Babylon 5 star who said they didn't mind playing their character; they just didn't want to be their character.
  • How the director of "Whatever Happened to Mr. Garibaldi?" misunderstood the intent of a pivotal scene, causing the company to do re-shoots.
  • The thing actor Tim Choate got 40 or more of every time he did Babylon 5.
  • The difficulties in shooting the Minbari temple in "Moments of Transition."
  • The one-take scene with Zathras and Ivanova in "Conflicts of Interest" -- find out how many takes were filmed and which one appeared in the episode.
  • Christopher Franke's approach to the theme music and sound of the Centauri, Narn and Psi Corps, and why one of them built on an experience he'd had in Barcelona.
  • Actor William Forward's reaction to the 35 pages of chat-room transcripts that talked about his character, Refa.
  • The actor who always cried off-camera for the actor on-camera.
  • Which character provoked more snail mail from fans: Lorien or Sebastian?
  • Precisely how Christopher Franke would record with the Berlin Orchestra, why it was difficult to work with German musicians at first and why he paid them by the year instead of by the session.
  • Michael O'Hare's belief that "Jeffrey Sinclair is...a metaphor for our country."
  • Patricia Tallman's biggest regret about Babylon 5. (It's personal.)
  • Why there are outdoor images from Earth in Lochley's quarters.
  • Which guest actor was given an unprecedented chance to re-shoot his early scenes, and why the unique nature of the episode allowed for the opportunity.
  • Why director Jesús Treviño was "bowled over" when he read Thirdspace.
  • Why director Jesús Treviño "didn't even get" the implied relationship between Ivanova and Talia while directing "Divided Loyalties."
  • The person who was UNDER-credited for the show being renewed each year according to producer John Copeland, who describes him as "the irritation that won't go away."
  • Why production designer John Iacovelli thought that the Centauri royal palace looked like the bottle interior from I Dream of Jeannie.
  • The specific behavior in fellow actors that Bill Mumy said he had no patience for.
  • Was Stephen Furst kidding or not when he said he prepared to play old Vir in "Sleeping in Light" by eating strained peas and letting them drip out of his mouth? You decide.
  • The aspect of playing Lennier that Bill Mumy said was the hardest thing (and it's not the makeup).
  • The actor JMS called at their home to say, "Whatever you ate for breakfast, whatever you did that day, do that some more; it was incredible!"
  • Jesús Treviño on the difficulties of directing Kosh's death scene.
  • Why Michael O'Hare was proud of his choking scene in "Soul Hunter."
  • Why Claudia Christian was "shocked" when she read the script for Thirdspace.
  • Why actor Wayne Alexander had to wear two sets of contact lenses...at the same time.
  • The joke played on Patricia Tallman on the set while she was giving an interview to Joe Nazzaro that provoked her to say, "They mind-fuck me all the time, so I don't know what's real anymore."
  • The quality Michael O'Hare said Mira Furlan would have even if she was a "scullery maid."
  • Why Michael O'Hare shook hands with JMS During the shooting of the pilot and "exchanged words of honor."
  • Why the prop maker needed a Barbie doll with a tennis racket.
  • The revelation that Babylon 5 did "the beginning after starting the show and the end before the show was finished."
  • Why Jason Carter never totally believed the practical joke suggesting that Marcus was going to die in "Grey 17 is Missing."
  • The actor who said he's a better director than actor because he's "never going to get better as an actor."
  • The role given to Dilbert creator Scott Adams's girlfriend the day he guest starred on Babylon 5.
  • Bill Mumy discusses the changes in Lennier's makeup over the first four seasons, and how the application time went from 3 hours 20 minutes down to 1 hour 45 minutes.
  • Christopher Franke's technique for coming up with themes for the various alien cultures.
  • Details on the "guy on the floor operating the gills."
  • Director David J. Eagle's surprising response when congratulated for the Hugo award nomination for "Severed Dreams."
  • The two reasons JMS decided to appear on-screen in the finale, after emphatically stating that he would never do so.
  • The actor who didn't read the scripts unless their character had dialogue in the episode.
  • The interesting difference between German and American directors, according to guest actor Reiner Schöne, who played Dukhat.
  • What happened to Rick Biggs that caused him to declare that he would never ask to do something that wasn't in the script again.
  • What Refa was thinking while he was listening to Londo's hologram in "And the Rock Cried Out, No Hiding Place."
  • Why Patricia Tallman thought "Moments of Transition" was her best episode of the fourth season.
  • Why Christopher Franke re-recorded the music for the first two Babylon 5 soundtracks, and how well they sold.
  • Was "Into the Fire" intended to be a two-part episode, and would it have worked at twice the length?
  • The situation where the decision "reverts back to Joe's vision."
  • What Bill Mumy thought of the Minbari Civil War's end in the "Moments of Transition" temple scenes.
  • Why JMS told actor William Forward that it was a compliment for Lord Refa to be killed off.
  • How Michael O'Hare believed the structure of Babylon 5 was similar to Hill Street Blues.
  • What Michael O'Hare meant when he said he was just trying to "get the widgets out."
  • Why director Jesús Treviño looked over Tony Dow's shoulder while the latter was directing "Atonement."
  • The actors who would make "little kid noises" when they shot their guns, and the director who encouraged it.
  • Why director Tony Dow was disappointed in the scene where Franklin installed G'Kar's prosthetic eye...and how the use of the artificial organ in "Rising Star" added to his disappointment.
  • Why Christopher Franke believed that "there are still architects who can build you a house if you give them a melody."
  • Why Richard Biggs found that SF fans would say "Good work," while another genre of fans only want an autograph.
  • What Jason Carter said that ended with, "You have to include that phrase if you print any of this: I don't have any messianic tendencies but my initials are 'J.C.'"
  • Why JMS was NOT concerned that "Sleeping in Light" would be spoiled before it aired.
  • How the matte paintings of Narn buildings were based on an abandoned factory in San Diego.
  • The unusual action taken by a director that actor Tim Choate (Zathras) thanked him for.
  • Michael O'Hare's thoughts on what makes an interesting scene.
  • How the cast teased Tracy Scoggins when she joined the show, and how it made her feel welcome.
  • Why Claudia Christian believed that being on Babylon 5, a science fiction show, wouldn't be harmful to her career.
  • Patricia Tallman's complaints about season four.
  • Mira Furlan's favorite moments from season four.
  • How Christopher Franke provided Kosh's voice.
  • What Richard Biggs thought Dr. Franklin's drug addiction did for the character.
  • The "psychological game" director Tony Dow played with the actors to make them think he was paying more attention to them.
  • The circumstance in which Patricia Tallman was able to "pick up pieces of Kosh."
  • What JMS was referring to when he said, "To make it more attractive you show it to people and then yank it away. If you see it for too long, you start to get bored by it."
  • Why producer John Copeland chose to direct the ambitious "Endgame," and how "Captain Action" influenced JMS during the writing of the episode.
  • The episodes Michael O'Hare considered his favorites.
  • Why director Mike Vejar was singled out as "The Director" for In the Beginning.
  • Which successful movie credited Patricia Tallman as "Patrick Tallman."
  • Patricia Tallman's nickname for "the bad Kosh."
  • The importance of Zathras's teeth to the portrayal for actor Tim Choate. (It's more than just the look.)
  • The reason producer John Copeland was only pleased with 75% of his work directing "Endgame."
  • How the production of the TV movies in 1997 differed from the creation of the pilot in 1992.
  • The first scene shot for "Sleeping in Light."
  • The production similarities between "Sleeping in Light" and "Chrysalis."
  • Why Patricia Tallman didn't watch dallies.
  • The scene that literally terrified Patricia Tallman.
  • Andreas's suggestion that Londo be a ventriloquist and have a little G'kar doll on his knee.
  • The cute thing actor Tim Choate did at age twelve that he started doing again on the Babylon 5 set.
  • Why director Tony Dow let the cameras roll and had Jason Carter continue to sing at the end of "Atonement."
  • Why JMS used Jerry Doyle during Tracy Scoggins's audition.
  • Why JMS wanted to direct "Sleeping in Light," and how he used a tornado metaphor to explain his reasoning.
  • The director who believed his job was to "safeguard and protect the performance and the drama in the story."
  • How a bottle of glue would have made life so much easier for the prop department in season one, if only someone had thought of it.
  • What Michael O'Hare meant when he said, "It's an abuse of the mail and the Internet, and I certainly don't approve of it."
  • Inside the head of Christopher Franke: why he wanted to do "the sound of space," the relationship between the music and the storyline, how he approached big, dramatic setpieces and why using musical counter-point to what is happening makes it much more interesting.
  • How the non-musical JMS would communicate what he wanted in a Babylon 5 score to Christopher Franke, and why a scene in "The Face of the Enemy" is one they "worked on very hard together."
  • What Jason Carter really thought of Dr. Franklin and Marcus's Martian adventure.
  • How Bill Mumy felt when he read the "Sleeping in Light" script and discovered Lennier wasn't in it, why he immediately spoke to JMS and what Bill Mumy had in mind instead.
  • The mistake made during the chase sequence in "Conflicts of Interest" that was left in because it made the scene better.
  • Why JMS had his characters spend so much time searching for the First Ones, only to have them appear briefly in "Into the Fire" and then leave.
  • The scene and take in "Sleeping in Light" where director JMS shouted, "Print that one and forget about the other ones."
TABLE OF CONTENTS FOR VOLUME 4

  • Introduction by Joe Nazzaro - The "Lost" O'Hare Interviews (June 2012)
  • Michael O'Hare - Jeffrey Sinclair (21 Jan 1993)
  • Michael O'Hare - Jeffrey Sinclair (30 June & 12 July 1994)
  • Michael O'Hare - Jeffrey Sinclair (7 July 1995)
  • Patricia Tallman - Lyta Alexander (22 & 30 Apr 1997)
  • Richard Biggs - Stephen Franklin (30 Apr 1997)
  • Bear Burge - Prop Maker (30 Apr 1997)
  • Wayne Alexander - Lorien, et al (30 Apr 1997)
  • Jason Carter - Marcus Cole (30 Apr 1997)
  • Peter Jurasik - Londo Mollari (30 Apr 1997)
  • Claudia Christian - Susan Ivanova (1 May 1997)
  • Jerry Doyle - Michael Garibaldi (1 May 1997)
  • Ann Bruice Aling - Costume Designer (2 May 1997)
  • John C.Flinn III - Director of Photography (2 May 1997)
  • Christopher Franke - Composer (3 May 1997)
  • John Vulich - Makeup Effects Creator (12 May 1997)
  • Jesús Salvador Treviño - Director (13 May 1997)
  • Jeffrey Willerth - Producer's Associate (13 May 1997)
  • John Copeland - Producer (20 & 28 May 1997)
  • Wayne Barlowe - Concept Artist (5 June 1997)
  • J.Michael Straczynski - Creator/Executive Producer (28 May 1997)
  • Mira Furlan - Delenn (28 May 1997)
  • Jeff Conaway - Zack Allan (28 May 1997)
  • Stephen Furst - Vir Cotto (28 May 1997)
  • Claudia Christian - Susan Ivanova (29 May 1997) -- 2 weeks after leaving B5
  • Shari Belafonte - Elizabeth Trent (29 May 1997)
  • John Iacovelli - Production Designer (29 May & 4 June 1997)
  • Clyde Kusatsu - Bill Morishi (29 May 1997)
  • Douglas Netter - Executive Producer (29 May 1997)
  • Jesús Salvador Treviño - Director (29 May 1997)
  • "The Exercise of Vital Powers"
  • David J. Eagle - Director (3 June 1997)
  • Tony Dow - Director (5 June 1997)
  • Claudia Christian - Susan Ivanova (29 July 1997)
  • Bill Mumy - Lennier (5 Aug 1997)
  • Reiner Schöne - Dukhat (6 Aug 1997)
  • Tim Choate - Zathras (23 Aug 1997)
  • Tracy Scoggins - Elizabeth Lochley (25 Aug 1997)
  • David J. Eagle - Director (29 Aug 1997)
  • Scott Adams - Mr.Adams (29 Aug 1997)
  • Peter Jurasik - Londo Mollari (29 Aug 1997)
  • John Lafia - Director (29 Aug 1997)
  • Wayne Alexander - Lorien, et al (30 Aug 1997)
  • Raye Birk - William (8 Sept 1997)
  • William Forward - Antono Refa (2 Sept 1997)
  • Damian London - Virini (3 Sept 1997)
  • Doug Lefler - Director (12 Nov 1997)
  • Bridget Flanery - Zoe (17 Nov 1997)
  • David J. Eagle - Director (17 Nov 1997)
  • Marie Marshall - Elizabeth "Dodger" Durman (17 Nov 1997)
  • Fabiana Udenio - Adira Tyree (17 Nov 1997)
  • Tracy Scoggins - Elizabeth Lochley (17 Nov 1997)
  • Teller - Zooty (17 Nov 1997)
  • Penn Gillette - Rebo (17 Nov 1997)

Index

Abbott and Costello – pages 184, 220, 365

Abraham, F. Murray – page 106

Academy Award – page 46

Achilles – page 40

Adams, Scott – pages 236, 275-277

African Queen – page 25

AgamemCon III – pages 80, 84

Agamemnon – page 156

Ahab – page 17

Alexander, Lyta – pages 12, 49, 52-64, 70, 151, 186, 218, 226, 236, 289, 332

Alexander, Wayne – pages 33, 80-83, 95, 120, 293-298, 300, 336

Alexandra, Princess – page 90

Alicia (Scoggins' associate) – page 351

Aling, Ann Bruice – pages 113-117

Allan, Zack – pages 53-54, 114, 172, 183-187, 222, 247, 273, 330, 333, 349

Allardice-Ray, Julie – page 199

Amadeus – page 106

Americana – page 28

"And Now for a Word" – page 1

"And the Rock Cried Out, No Hiding Place" – pages 298, 309, 312

"And the Sky Full of Stars" – pages 19-20, 28-29, 48, 131

Anderson, Gillian – page 240

Anla-shok – page 258

Apollo, EAS – page 156

Argentina – page 301

Arthur, King – page 253

"Atonement" – pages 76, 79, 86, 145, 157, 161, 180, 229, 233-234, 237, 245, 247, 260-261

Auberjonois, Rene – page 266

Avery, Tex – page 214

Babcom – page 332

"Babylon Squared" – pages 35, 48, 135, 266

Babylonian Productions – pages 67, 75, 85, 91, 95, 103, 113, 119, 160, 169, 179, 183, 189, 193, 195, 199, 205, 207, 209, 213, 217, 239, 272, 277, 321, 327, 329, 339, 343, 347, 357, 363

Barbie doll – page 75

Barcelona – pages 102, 131

Barlowe, Wayne – pages 146-147, 158, 163-167

Barnes – page 248

Barnes, Jhane – page 114

Bataan Death March – page 171

Baumann, Peter – page 122

Baytok, Yasemin – page 279

Beaudine, Skip – page 330

Beethoven, Ludwig van – page 129

Beimler, Hans – page 197

Belafonte, Shari – pages 193, 195-197, 210

Belgium – page 90

"Believers" – pages 29-31

Beltran, Robert – page 148

Belushi, Jim – page 96

Ben Casey – page 14

Ben Zayn, Ari – page 34

Bergman, Ingmar – page 291

Berlin, Germany – pages 121, 125-126, 367

Berlin Symphony Orchestra – page 125

Berman, Rick – page 258

Bermuda – page 303

Berrenger's – page 99

Bester, Alfred – pages 34, 54, 62, 107-109, 157, 186, 235-236, 332, 354

"Between the Darkness and the Light" – pages 62, 69, 109, 158, 224, 226, 228, 289

Beverly Hills – page 163

Beverly Hills Silks and Woolens – page 116

Bey, Turhan – pages 114, 312

Biggs, Richard – pages 19, 25, 30, 39, 61, 66-73, 85-86, 96, 145, 189, 217, 283, 349

Bikel, Theodore – page 258

Birk, Raye – pages 157, 290, 294, 299-307

Blackpool – pages 215, 240-241, 282, 284, 293

Blair, Bobby – page 223

Bochco, Steven – page 96

Bogart, Humphrey – page 25

Bonanza – pages 14, 21

Bordeaux, France – page 271

"Born to the Purple" – pages 26, 342-343

Bowen, Elizabeth – page 117

Boxleitner, Bruce – pages 43, 46, 98, 108, 119, 156, 165, 179-180, 190, 194-196, 205, 213, 216-217, 240, 249, 271, 276, 295, 299, 302

Brakiri – pages 322, 325

Brian (soundmixer) – page 124

Broadway – pages 187, 267, 360, 368

Brook, Peter – pages 9, 15

Brooklyn – page 54

Brooks, Albert – page 363

Brooks, Louise – page 359

Brown, Julie Caitlin – page 198

Bruton, Macaulay – page 25

Burbank, California – pages 80, 84

Burch, Scott – pages 192, 267

Burge, Bear – pages 74-78

Burns, George – pages 364-365

Butler, Robert – page 26

"By Any Means Necessary" – pages 20, 34, 38

Calgary – pages 271, 356

California – pages 5, 33, 44

Caligula – page 316

Callenn – page 246

Campbell, Bruce – page 51

Cardassian – pages 206, 272

Caroline in the City – page 299

Cartagia – pages 114-115, 177, 203-204, 287, 316

Carter, Chris – page 306

Carter, Jason – pages 84-90, 145, 228

Casablanca – page 31

Cassandra – page 271

Cassidy, Butch – page 46

CBS – pages 205, 271, 305

Celestine Prophesy, The – page 128

Centauri – pages 27, 77, 115, 124, 128, 130, 201-204, 206, 281, 311-312, 315, 317 336, 343

Centauri Prime – pages 159, 184, 203, 318, 331

"Ceremonies of Light and Dark" – pages 128, 311

CGI – pages 33, 88, 141, 149, 193, 209, 211, 224, 227-228, 234-235, 329-330

Chamberlain, Ardwight – page 124

Champion, Fern – pages 67, 269-270

Chaplin, Charlie – page 359

Chase, Jacob – page 279

Chekhov, Anton – page 11

Chekov, Pavel – page 352

Chicago Comicon – page 45

Chicago Hope – pages 137, 145

Chicago, Illinois – page 368

Chicano: History of the Mexican-American Civil Rights Movement – page 137

China – page 368

Choate, Tim – pages 220, 263-267

Chong, Ronnie – pages 205, 267

Chopin, Frédéric – page 98

Christian, Claudia – pages 19, 32, 35, 95-102, 113, 139, 190, 192-197, 220-221, 238-242, 264-265, 270-271, 276, 283-284, 286, 340

Christie, Agatha – page 153

"Chrysalis" – pages 36, 48, 153

Chudomo – page 254

CIA – page 301

Cirque du Soleil – pages 80, 248

Clark, Morgan – page 175

Colbys, The – page 353

Cole, Marcus – pages 59, 63, 67, 78-79, 85, 87-90, 96, 100, 145, 156-157, 211, 227, 233

"Comes the Inquisitor" – pages 82, 298

"Coming of Shadows" – pages 43, 46, 124, 200, 203, 312, 337

Compton, Richard – pages 5, 7, 17, 40, 306

Conaway, Jeff – pages 53, 183-187, 189, 194, 222, 300

"Confessions and Lamentations" – page 43

"Conflicts of Interest" – pages 157, 185, 219, 224, 226, 263

Copeland, John – pages 1-2, 113, 120, 138, 147, 153-163, 166, 171, 201, 207, 210, 219, 222, 242, 250, 258, 260, 263, 287, 295, 299-300, 303, 321, 330-331

Copeland, Stewart – page 122

"Corps Is Mother, the Corps Is Father" – page 172

Corwin, David – pages 320, 324, 349

Cosby Mysteries, The – page 47

Costa-Gavras – page 314

Cotto, Vir – pages 72, 113-114, 138, 141-142, 168, 172, 176-177, 182, 184, 188-190, 193, 202, 226, 273, 281, 284, 310, 312, 316

Cowan, Jim – pages 146, 163

Cox, Joshua – pages 324, 349

Crasher – page 357

Crockett, James – page 364

Crusade – page 264

Cthulhu – page 164

Culver Studios – page 204

Daffy Duck – pages 76, 222

Dallas, Texas – pages 188, 350

Dallas: War of the Ewings – page 350

David, Peter – pages 44, 281

Davidson, Ben – pages 6, 41

Davis, Jason – pages 1, 80, 84, 188

"Day of the Dead" – pages 320-322, 326-327, 329, 331, 338-340, 343, 347, 351, 354-355, 357, 362-363

De Niro, Robert – page 366

"Deathwalker" – pages 29-30

"Deconstruction of Falling Stars" – pages 172, 245, 255, 263, 269, 280, 284, 321, 327, 329, 332, 339, 343, 347, 357, 363

DeFilipps, Kristin – page 346

DeFilipps, Kurt – pages 65, 178, 267-268, 342, 346

DeGeneres, Ellen – page 139

Delenn – pages 9-11, 22, 32, 38, 45-46, 55, 77-78, 93, 113-116, 119, 161, 168, 170, 172-173, 179-182, 199, 201-203, 214, 226, 235, 246, 253-254, 256, 260, 268, 273, 280-281, 333-334, 349

Denmark – page 101

denn-bok – pages 78-79, 87-88

Deradi, Luc – page 279

Deradi, Lyssa – page 279

Deutchland – page 176

Devo – page 122

Diana, Princess – page 271

Dilbert – page 275

Disney – pages 248, 306

Disney Channel – page 261

DiTillio, Lawrence G. – page 20

"Divided Loyalties" – pages 138-139, 159

Dobson, Kevin James – page 176

Dow, Tony – pages 56, 64, 145, 180, 228-237, 245, 247-248, 251, 257, 293

DownBelow – page 125

Downes, Robin Atkin – pages 330, 348

Doyle, Jerry – pages 7, 31, 57, 61, 92, 99, 103-112, 185, 214, 219, 270, 283, 288, 339-340, 348, 352

Dr. Kildare – page 14

Draal – page 258

Drakh – pages 76, 116, 248-249, 336

Drazi – pages 79, 81, 293-295, 300, 302, 332

Drennan, Kathryn – page 20

Duchovny, David – pages 240, 305

DuGuerre, Phil – page 205

Dukhat – pages 229, 255, 258

Durman, Elizabeth – pages 325, 338-341

"Dust to Dust" – pages 273, 282

Eagle, David J. – pages 151, 219-228, 273-274, 329-337

Earhart's – page 204

Earth-Minbari War – pages 142, 155, 157-158, 161, 280

Earthdome – page 202

Eastwood, Clint – page 33

Edgars, William – pages 108, 289

Edgars-Garibaldi, Lise – pages 110, 221, 223

Eilerson, Pamela – page 330

Ellison, Harlan – pages 146, 163, 171, 214, 281

Emmy Award – page 303

"Endgame" – pages 59, 61, 155-156, 158, 208, 228

England – pages 57, 83, 87, 101, 175, 368

Enterprise, USS – page 206

Entil'zha – page 168

"Epiphanies" – pages 157, 178, 315

Epsilon 3 – page 35

Esoqq – pages 256-257

"Exercise of Vital Powers" – pages 157, 163, 200, 213, 215, 217, 219, 229, 288-289

"Exogenesis" – page 238

"Eyes" – pages 17, 34, 248

"Face of the Enemy" – pages 96, 108, 129, 157, 296

Falk, Peter – page 303

"Fall of Night, The" – page 43

Fantasticks, The – page 360

FBI – page 108

Ferry, Kim M. – page 65

Feynman, Richard – page 363

Fields, W.C. – page 31

Flanery, Bridget – pages 322-323, 326-328

Flinn, John C., III – pages 20-22, 40, 56-57, 118-120, 159, 174, 205, 223, 249, 251, 259, 279, 287, 298-299

Flintstones – page 52

Florida – page 51

Ford, Henry – page 162

Forell – page 249

Forrest Gump – page 52

Forward, William – pages 308-314

Foundation Imaging – page 101

Franke, Christopher – pages 121-134

Franklin, Stephen – pages 61-63, 67-71, 85, 87, 109, 113-114, 133, 145, 157, 168-169, 217-218, 224, 226, 232-233, 281

Freud, Sigmund – page 87

Froese, Edgar – page 122

Furillo, Frank – page 8

Furlan, Mira – pages 3, 9-10, 13, 22-23, 25, 33, 39-40, 44, 89, 116, 119-120, 135, 161, 173-174, 178-182, 216, 228-230, 245-247, 249, 252, 256, 259, 261, 284, 354

Furst, Stephen – pages 66, 72, 108, 114, 184, 188-191, 280, 284, 311, 316

G'Dan – pages 81, 293, 298

G'Kar – pages 9-11, 18, 32, 38, 40, 45, 59, 77, 91-93, 100, 113, 153, 169, 177, 182, 198, 200-203, 213, 216, 218, 226, 232-233, 250, 273, 281-284, 312, 324, 331, 334-336, 349

Gaiman, Neil – pages 324, 328, 358

Gajic, Goran – pages 180, 284

Garibaldi, Mary – page 114

Garibaldi, Michael – pages 23-24, 29, 31-32, 35, 39-40, 45-47, 62, 69, 71, 75-76, 82, 96, 103-110, 113-115, 129, 139, 157, 168-169, 177, 185-187, 216, 221-224, 226-227, 235-236, 252, 270, 273, 281, 289-290, 296, 325, 332-333, 339, 347-348, 350-352, 354

Gathering, The – page 5

Gaudi – page 131

Gentile, Denise – page 110

"Geometry of Shadows" – page 310

Giger, H. R. – page 146

Gilbert and Sullivan – page 86

Gomez, Lisa – page 244

Gordon, Byron – pages 330-332, 346, 348

Gracen, Elizabeth – page 271

"Grail" – pages 26, 33-34

Gray, Harriman – page 34

Greek, Janet – pages 28, 270, 283, 312, 337, 350

Green, Bruce Seth – page 198

Gregorian chant – page 129

"Gropos" – pages 339-340

Guinevere – page 253

Gulf War – page 10

Gunsmoke – page 267

"Gut Reactions" – page 281

Guttenberg Bible – page 33

Hackman, Gene – page 364

Haimer, Robert – page 248

Hale House – page 44

Halloween – pages 6, 74, 178

Hamilton, Linda – page 347

Hanks, Tom – page 109

Hannibal, Jack – page 330

Harlem, New York – page 44

Harrison, Gregory – page 271

Hart, Anita – page 197

Hawaii – page 259

HBO – pages 259, 360

Heinlein, Robert – page 196

Hemingway, Ernest – page 14

Hepburn, Katharine – page 25

Heston, Charlton – page 353

Highlander: The Series – page 271

Hitler, Adolf – page 138

HMS Pinafore – page 87

Hoffman, Dark – pages 75, 115

Hogan's Heroes – page 267

Holland – page 90

Holly, Kim – pages 116-117, 244, 293-294

Hollywood – pages 50, 52, 125-126, 137, 140, 195, 267, 271, 276, 286

Hooper, Tobe – page 368

"Hour of the Wolf" – pages 55, 296

Howard, Rance – page 144

Hudson, Rock – page 291

Hughes, Howard – page 106

Hugo Award – pages 154, 219, 337

Huse, Linda – page 278

I, Claudius – page 316

I Dream of Jeannie – page 204

Iacovelli, John – pages 198-204

identicard – pages 85, 185

"Illusion of Truth, The" – pages 79, 157, 191

In the Beginning – pages 17, 53, 72, 93, 113-114, 147, 155, 158-159, 161-162, 169, 180, 194, 200, 202-204, 239, 254, 256-260, 279, 303

"In the Kingdom of the Blind" – pages 278, 331, 334, 336

"Infection" – pages 23, 47

"Interludes and Examinations" – pages 138, 141-142, 144, 151, 343

Interplanetary Expeditions – page 195

"Intersections in Real Time" – pages 81, 96, 157, 175, 239, 245, 255, 263, 269, 273, 275, 279, 287-291, 293-295, 299, 303, 307, 309, 315

"Into the Fire" – pages 81-82, 174-177, 288, 297

Iraq – page 10

ISDN – page 126

ISN – pages 7, 10-11, 23, 33, 36-37, 39, 44, 56, 61, 71-72, 77, 85, 89, 99-100, 110, 132, 134, 153, 177, 186, 204, 210, 223-224, 226, 231, 233, 236, 248, 252, 254, 273, 281, 284, 303, 316-318, 349, 351

isolab – page 218

Ivanov, Ganya – page 115

Ivanova, Susan – pages 21, 32, 35, 55, 63, 78, 85, 88, 95-97, 99, 101, 110, 113-114, 139, 168-169, 172, 184, 193-194, 210-211, 219-220, 226-228, 239, 263, 270, 288, 297

Jack Docherty Show, The – page 240

Jack the Ripper – page 77

Jake and the Fatman – page 259

Janeway, Kathryn (Star Trek: Voyager) – page 340

Jano – pages 334-335

Japan – page 114

JFK – page 236

Jillette, Penn (SEE ALSO Penn & Teller) – pages 360, 363-369

Johnson, George – pages 157, 171

Johnston, Jim – page 24

Jones, Tom – page 368

Jordan, Michael – page 101

jumpsuits – page 115

Jurasik, Peter – pages 26, 72, 91-94, 142, 177, 190, 212-213, 215-217, 239, 250, 273, 278-286, 300, 311, 316-317, 335, 343-344

Jurassic Park – pages 50, 52

Jurassic Park II: The Lost World – page 369

Kaplan, Jonathan Charles – page 31

Katsulas, Andreas – pages 9-13, 40, 91-93, 118, 141, 179, 198, 200, 212-218, 232, 250, 273, 278, 280, 282, 296, 335, 349

Kaufman, Andy – page 368

KCOP – page 255

Kelly, Gene – page 318

King Lear – pages 19, 340

Kingsley, Ben – page 266

Knight Two – page 28

Knightriders – page 50

"Knives" – page 144

Koenig, Walter – pages 28, 34, 39, 54, 58, 64, 235, 252, 331, 352-353

Kolbe, Winrich – page 258

Kosh – pages 53, 55-56, 64, 124-125, 139, 142-143, 151, 176, 190, 200, 234

Kraftwerk – page 121

Kremer – page 31

Kusatsu, Clyde – pages 195, 205-206, 210

Kyle, Benjamin – page 30

Lafia, John – pages 56, 287-292, 294, 299, 302-303

Lancelot – page 253

Landau, Les – page 271

Larson, Glen – page 205

Las Vegas – pages 201, 358, 367-368

"Late Delivery from Avalon" – page 95

Laurel and Hardy – page 363

"Learning Curve" – pages 331, 334, 347, 351

Lee, Stephen – page 31

Lefcourt – page 156

Lefler, Doug – pages 320-325, 328

Legend – page 122

Legends of the Fall – page 271

Lennier – pages 59, 156, 226, 245-248, 250, 252-254, 273, 324-325

Lenonn – page 258

Letterman, David – page 368

Lewis, Herschell Gordon – page 368

Liberace – page 201

"Lines of Communication" – pages 59, 67, 75, 81, 85, 91, 95, 103, 113, 116, 119, 121, 248

Lips Together, Teeth Apart – page 14

Lochley, Elizabeth – pages 269-270, 273, 322, 327-328, 333-334, 347-352, 354-356

Lois and Clark – page 271

London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) – page 90

London, Damian – pages 315-319

Lonesome Dove – pages 271, 356

Long Kiss Goodnight, The – page 50

"Long Night, The" – pages 157, 273, 280-281, 283, 287-288, 297, 299, 329, 331, 334, 336

Lorien – pages 55, 81-83, 95, 115, 120, 169, 288, 293, 295-298

Lorrimar – page 99

Los Angeles – pages 46, 251, 255, 304

Los Angeles Times – page 147

Love, Victor – page 331

Luby's Cafeteria – page 354

Luchenko, Susanna – page 236

Maday, Gregg – pages 31, 208

Magnum, P.I. – page 205

Mann, Delbert – page 318

Mann, Michael – page 129

Manners, Kim – page 305

Manning, Ricky – page 197

Mao – page 204

Marceau, Marcel – page 359

Mars Resistance – pages 62, 289

Marshall, Marie – pages 338-341

Martin, Jean-Luc – page 248

Marvin the Martian – page 76

Marx Brothers – page 365

Marx, Groucho – page 363

Marx, Harpo – page 359

Matthews, Dakin – pages 157, 290, 294

May, Bobby – page 249

McCarthy, Bart – page 180

McCarthy, Charlie – page 282

McCloskey, Leigh – page 330

McIntyre, David – page 95

McLaine, Shirley – page 355

McLane, Haley – page 342

McNally, Terrence – page 14

medlab – pages 67, 89, 216, 273, 282

Mer, Erica – page 279

Mexico – page 137

Miami Vice – pages 126, 358, 364

"Midnight on the Firing Line" – page 20

Minbar – pages 159, 168, 181, 199, 258

Minbari – pages 3, 23, 34, 38, 43, 130-131, 142, 155, 158, 161, 180, 201, 234-235, 247-253, 258, 260-261, 275, 277, 280

Mind Fields – page 146

"Mind War" – page 28

Mitchell – page 156

Mollari, Londo – pages 18, 24, 26, 32, 37-38, 45, 59, 72, 79, 91-94, 100, 113-116, 138, 141-142, 169, 177, 190, 200, 202-204, 213, 215-216, 218, 226, 233, 250, 273, 279-284, 299, 309-313, 315, 324-325, 329, 331, 334-336, 343, 349

"Moments of Transition" – pages 54, 60, 64, 153, 175, 180, 186, 234, 236-237, 251, 275

Monaghan, Marjorie – pages 62, 68-69, 145

Montalban, Ricardo – pages 138, 148

Monty Python – pages 145, 368

Moonlight Sonata – page 98

Moonlighting – page 26

Morden – pages 143, 177, 324-325

Morella – page 306

Morishi, Bill – pages 205, 210

Morpheus Publishing – pages 146, 163

Mortal Kombat: Annihilation – pages 255, 259

Moses – page 353

Mothersbaugh, Mark – page 122

"Movements of Fire and Shadow" – page 172

Mulder, Fox – page 304

Mulgrew, Kate – page 340

Mumy, Bill – pages 65, 88, 190, 214, 216, 242, 244-254, 281

Munster, Eddie – page 107

n'grath – page 200

Nakamura – page 205

Narn – pages 124, 130-131, 198, 201-202, 215-216, 218, 298, 312

NASA – page 182

Nazi – pages 125, 132, 302

Nazzaro, Joe – pages 1, 5, 39, 213, 253

NBC – page 99

Neame, Christopher – page 28

Neptune – page 140

Neroon – pages 181, 235, 251

Netter, Douglas – pages 5, 154, 171, 207-208, 321

New York – pages 5-6, 17, 37-38, 41, 43-44, 46-47, 50, 52, 185, 341, 368

New York Undercover – pages 137, 144-145

Newsweek – page 208

Nickson, Julia – pages 19, 25, 38

Nimoy, Adam – page 57

"No Compromises" – pages 270, 273, 275, 279-280, 282-283, 287, 293, 309, 315, 334, 347-350

"No Surrender, No Retreat" – pages 92, 157, 160, 169, 179, 183, 189, 193, 195, 199, 205, 207, 209, 226, 234, 250

Nobel Prize – pages 205-206

Noonan, Christie – page 64

Norton, Jim – pages 33-34, 40

Number One – pages 62, 67-69, 87, 145, 170

NYPD Blue – pages 137, 145

O.K. Corral – page 13

O'Connor, Donald – page 324

O'Hare, Michael – pages 1, 4-48, 135

O'Neil, Tricia – page 31

"Objects at Rest" – page 268

Odo – page 266

Odysseus – page 6

Ogilvy, Ian – page 334

Olivier, Laurence – pages 8, 98

Ombuds – page 33

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest – page 191

Optic Nerve – pages 135, 256

Oswald, Lee Harvey – page 236

Pacino, Al – page 366

Paladini, Mark – pages 269, 327

Pandora's Box – page 359

Paramount – page 28

Paris, France – page 368

"Parliament of Dreams, The" – pages 24, 27, 36, 38, 48, 198, 245

Pasadena, California – page 216

"Passing Through Gethsemane" – page 57

PBS – page 137

Pearlman, Barbara Wilder – page 107

Penn & Teller – pages 322, 358, 360, 363-369

Penn, Arthur – page 364

Pentagon – page 202

Pharisees – page 86

Philadelphia – page 109

Phoenix, Arizona – page 368

"Phoenix Rising" – pages 329-331

Picador Book of Erotic Verse, The – page 87

Picard, Jean-Luc – page 257

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – page 50

Planet of the Apes – page 353

Plexiglas – page 75

"Point of No Return" – page 306

Polix – page 264

Pozniak, Beata – page 236

PPG – pages 185, 221-222, 227

Presley, Elvis – page 107

Profiler – page 337

Psi Corps – pages 34, 60, 125, 132, 138, 252

PTEN – pages 208, 255

Purdham, David – page 156

"Quality of Mercy, The" – pages 35, 315

Quark's Bar – page 76

"Racing Mars" – pages 49, 67, 145, 211

Raiders of the Lost Ark – page 46

Rangers – pages 43, 45-46, 331

Rascal – page 248

Rawhide – page 14

Rebo – pages 322, 324, 358, 362-363, 366

Refa, Antono – pages 309-313

religious caste – page 247

REM – page 351

Renoir, Jean – page 7

Return to Treasure Island – page 261

"Reunion" (Tales from the Darkside) – page 50

"Rising Star" – pages 59, 89, 91, 96, 110, 158, 172, 175, 182, 228, 232, 236, 253

Rite of Passage – page 148

Robertson, Dick – page 208

Robinson, William – page 252

RoboCop – page 76

Roddenberry, Majel Barrett – page 306

Roller Coaster Rabbit – page 317

Rome, Italy – page 102

Romeo and Juliet – pages 21, 90

Romero, George – pages 50, 363

Romper Room – page 24

Romulan – page 206

Roseanne – page 233

Ross, Jonathan – page 368

Rossall, Kerry – pages 61, 225

Rotten, Johnny – page 367

"Rules of the Game" – page 264

"Rumors, Bargains and Lies" – pages 135, 137, 151, 181, 250

Russia – page 368

Sadducees – page 86

SAG – page 285

Sakai, Catherine – page 25

Salieri – page 106

Sammy, the Way-Out Seal – page 248

San Diego – page 202

San Fernando Valley – page 257

San Francisco – pages 300, 303

Santa Clarita – page 160

Sarajevo – page 181

Savini, Tom – page 50

Scheider, Roy – page 141

Schöne, Reiner – pages 229, 255-262

Scoggins, Tracy – pages 268-272, 283, 286, 328, 333-334, 346-356

Scorpions, The – page 121

Scott, Ridley – pages 122, 129

seaQuest DSV – pages 138, 140-141

Seaton, George – page 318

Sebastian – pages 81-83, 293, 298

"Secrets of the Soul" – page 332

Sector 14 – page 98

Sekka, Johnny – page 8

"Severed Dreams" – pages 144, 219, 228

SFX awards – page 240

Shadows – pages 45-47, 57, 61, 130, 132, 143, 157, 175-177

Shakespeare, William – pages 11-12, 261, 313, 360

Shakiri – pages 180, 235

Shangri-La – page 36

sheetPlex – page 75

Sheppard, W. Morgan – pages 21, 34

Sheridan, Anna – page 115

Sheridan, John – pages 47, 55, 60, 62, 71, 75, 113-115, 119, 129, 131, 142-143, 150, 156-157, 168-170, 172-173, 175, 179, 182, 184, 199, 209-210, 217-218, 224, 226-228, 252, 254, 268, 273, 280-282, 296, 324, 333-334, 347, 349, 352

"Ship of Tears" – pages 93, 179

Shirley – page 355

Shokalla – page 79

Shon – page 31

"Sic Transit Vir" – pages 141-142, 316

Siegfried and Roy – page 363

Silliphant, Stirling – page 46

Simpsons, The – page 357

Sinclair, Jeffrey – pages 5-6, 8, 10, 17, 21-27, 29-32, 34-38, 40-41, 43, 45-48, 79

Sirens – page 6

"Sleeping in Light" – pages 1-2, 59, 62, 67, 70-72, 75-76, 81-82, 85, 91, 95, 99-100, 103, 105, 108, 110-111, 113, 115-116, 119-121, 135, 151, 153-154, 169-173, 179, 182-183, 187, 189, 194, 199-200, 202, 207, 228, 253

Smithsonian – pages 33, 36

Smothers Brothers – page 363

Snide and Prejudice – page 96

"Soul Hunter" – pages 20-22

"Soul Mates" – pages 182, 204

South Carolina – page 1

Spain – page 368

Spencer, Alan – page 271

Spielberg, Steven – page 126

Springsteen, Bruce – page 184

St. Matthew – page 86

Star Trek – pages 18-19, 26, 28, 32-33, 37-38, 52, 57-58, 70, 75-76, 81, 123, 138, 144, 147-148, 205-206, 255-258, 261, 271, 304-305, 327, 339-340, 352

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – pages 13-14, 32, 76, 144, 197, 266, 272

Star Trek: Generations – page 28

Star Trek: The Next Generation – pages 18-19, 32, 37, 147-148, 205, 255-257, 305, 339

Star Trek: Voyager – pages 123, 144, 147-148, 327, 337, 340

"Stardust" (Space: Above and Beyond) – page 141

Starfury – pages 95, 184, 193, 209

Starsky and Hutch – page 358

Steadicam – pages 151, 220, 225

Stellar Occasion 5 – page 188

Steppenwolf – page 368

Stevens, G.W. – page 249

Stewart, Patrick – pages 37, 122, 257, 306, 339-341

Straczynski, J. Michael – pages 2, 4-6, 20-21, 23-24, 29, 32-33, 37-39, 45, 51-52, 60, 62, 67, 75, 81, 87, 89, 91, 96, 103, 115, 119, 123, 129, 138, 152-153, 161, 164, 169-177, 181-183, 190, 197, 199, 201, 205, 207, 210, 213-215, 217-219, 231, 239, 248-249, 255, 258, 263, 270, 276, 281-282, 284-285, 287, 302, 309, 322, 330, 347-348, 350

Stravinsky, Igor – page 368

Stuyvesant High School – page 6

Sullivan (Gilbert and) – page 86

"Summoning, The" – page 96

Sun Valley, California – pages 1, 293

"Survivors" – pages 31-32, 332

Sykes, Carolyn – pages 17-18

Taboo – page 102

Tales from the Darkside – pages 50-51

Tallman, Patricia – pages 8, 49-65, 67, 69, 115, 140, 151, 178, 216, 218, 225, 236, 277, 339

Tangerine Dream – pages 121-122

Tarantino, Quentin – page 123

Taylor, Jeri – page 144

telepath – pages 54, 60, 62, 68, 97, 157, 171, 186-187, 253, 321, 330-332, 348

Teller (SEE ALSO Penn & Teller) – pages 322, 357-361, 363-366

Tennyson, Alfred – page 36

Terminator 2: Judgement Day – page 347

Texas – pages 188, 271

Thailand – page 259

Thanksgiving – page 44

"There All the Honor Lies" – page 79

Thirdspace – pages 53, 56, 72, 75, 95, 115, 137, 146, 148, 153, 158, 160-163, 166-167, 169, 179, 183-184, 189-190, 193, 195, 197, 199, 205-210, 219, 229, 254

Thomas – page 330

Thompson, Andrea – pages 19, 52-53, 101-102, 139

Thornton, Billy Bob – page 191

Thornton, Ron – page 33

Three Stooges – pages 365, 368

"TKO" – pages 17, 20-21, 32

TNT – pages 53, 100-101, 155, 158, 160-162, 172, 194, 204, 208, 218, 240-242, 255, 285

Tokar, Norman – page 248

Tomita, Tamlyn – page 7

Toronto – pages 102, 197

Tracy, Spencer – page 98

"Tragedy of Telepaths" – pages 321, 348

Trent, Elizabeth – pages 193, 195, 205, 210

Treviño, Jesús Salvador – pages 56, 137-149, 158, 163, 177, 196, 209-211

Tubbs, Ricardo – page 364

Tular – page 24

Turenne, Louis – page 258

Twilight Zone – pages 28, 305

Tyree, Adira – pages 324, 342-343

Udenio, Fabiana – pages 342-345

"Ulysses" – page 36

Updike, John – page 14

USA – pages 197, 291

Valen – pages 77, 79, 325

Van Damme, Jean-Claude – page 99

Vancouver – page 102

Varela, Linda – page 117

Vejar, Michael – pages 56, 147, 159, 177, 226, 250, 257, 279, 283, 296

Vejared – page 267

Velvet Underground – page 363

Ventura Boulevard – page 257

Verhoeven, Paul – page 76

"Very Long Night of Londo Mollari, The" – pages 273, 280-281, 283, 299, 329, 331, 334, 336

Vickery, John – pages 181, 251

Vietnam – pages 46-47

"View from the Gallery, A" – pages 281, 350

Virini – page 315

"Voice in the Wilderness, A" – pages 35, 258

Voice of the Resistance – pages 98, 102

Vorlon – pages 29, 52, 54-56, 60, 64, 86, 124, 143, 151-52, 165

Vox Mundi – page 128

Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea – page 140

Vulich, John – pages 135-136

"Walkabout" – page 133

Walters, Mark – pages 199-200

"War of the Coprophages" (The X-Files) – page 304

"War Without End, The" – pages 79, 159-160, 200, 203, 263, 267, 279

Warner Bros – pages 14, 31, 57, 154, 171, 208, 222, 240-241, 254

Warner, David – pages 33-34, 40

warrior caste – page 3

Washington, Denzel – page 109

Washington Week in Review – page 357

Wayne, John – page 33

Welles, Orson – pages 180, 291

Wellington (Ombuds) – page 33

Wells, Sheelagh – pages 1-2, 253

Wharton, David – page 80

"Whatever Happened to Mr. Garibaldi?" – pages 82, 96, 157, 177, 296

Wheaton, Wil – page 257

White Star – pages 157, 222, 224, 227, 249

Who Framed Roger Rabbit – page 317

Willerth, Jeffrey – pages 55, 64, 142, 150-152, 190, 267

William – pages 157, 290, 294, 299, 301, 303

Williams, John – page 123

Willis, Bruce – page 101

Wilshire Court – page 291

Winters, Talia – pages 32, 38, 53, 101, 138-139

Wise, Douglas E. – page 63

Wise, Robert – page 318

Wyoming – page 39

X-Files, The – page 304

Yanni – page 122

York, Michael – page 95

Young, Neil – page 366

Yugoslavia – page 132

Z'ha'dum – page 82

Zanetti, Cinzia – pages 107, 136, 178

Zathras – pages 219-220, 226, 263-267

Zen Garden – page 9

Zima – page 39

Zimbalist, Efrem, Jr. – pages 108, 224, 289

Zócalo – pages 71, 78, 190, 203, 311

Zoe – pages 322, 326-327, 354

Zooty – pages 322, 324, 357-360, 362, 366

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