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Echoes of All Our Conversations, Volume 5

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Publication Date: July 11, 2012
Retire Date: May 31, 2013
Retail Price: $69.00
Pages: 332

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

Photo of Jerry Doyle as Michael Garibaldi

THE VOLUME 5 COLLECTION INCLUDES
✔  A 332-page book of the complete, uncensored transcripts of 39 interviews with the Babylon 5 cast and key crew conducted while season five and the TV Movies were in production.
✔  28 never-before-seen, behind-the-scenes photographs accompanying the interviews, plus 3 storyboards, 6 concept sketches, 2 production documents and a page of Neil Gaiman’s "Day of the Dead" script hand annotated by JMS.
✔  Hand-autographed by Jerry Doyle.
✔  A personal message from Jerry Doyle.
✔  Collectible postcard and bookmark with a Garibaldi quote selected by Jerry Doyle.
✔  Never-before-heard interview interview with J. Michael Straczynski, Douglas Netter and John Copeland just after season five premiered on TNT in January 1998. This interview is NOT in the book but a Guide to the Voices is on the book's last page (and at the bottom of this webpage).

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

Bookmark with Garibaldi quote selected by Jerry Doyle
Bookmark with Garibaldi quote
selected by Jerry Doyle
Volume 5 Bonus Audio CD with Producers Interview
BONUS AUDIO CD
Never-before-heard interview interview with
the producers just after season five premiered
on TNT in January 1998. This interview is NOT
in the book, but a Guide to the Voices is included
on the last page (and the bottom of this webpage).
A SAMPLING OF WHAT IS REVEALED IN VOLUME 5

The interviews with the cast and crew in this volume occurred during the period of time that included the filming of "Day of the Dead," "The Fall of Centauri Prime" and "Objects at Rest" as well as the TV movies The River of Souls and A Call to Arms.

  • Mira Furlan's reaction to Delenn's pregnancy.
  • Details. Details. Details. Bill Mumy opens up about "Gut Reactions," the script he wrote with Peter David for season five, and how it would have influenced the arc by introducing Londo's successor as the Centauri ambassador to Babylon 5.
  • The situation in which Tracy Scoggins told Jerry Doyle to "kiss my ass!"
  • Andreas Katsulas's reaction to walking through conventions and seeing people wearing G'Kar shirts.
  • The thing actor Martin Sheen did with the Babylon 5 crew that he'd learned from Marlon Brando during Apocalypse Now.
  • Lyta's season five storyline was originally intended for Susan Ivanova. Find out how it would have played out if Claudia Christian had not left Babylon 5.
  • How visual effects designer Ron Thornton first approached designing the jumpgates.
  • The mistake everyone made with Crusade, according to director Janet Greek.
  • Andreas Katsulas's feelings about G'Kar becoming Londo's bodyguard.
  • Tony Dow's "phobia" when directing.
  • The thing that made Andreas Katsulas "squirm like nothing else does."
  • The origin of the title "A View from the Gallery."
  • Why Mira Furlan jokingly refused to come out of her trailer during "And All My Dreams, Torn Asunder."
  • What director Janet Greek did in The River of Souls that you "never do in television."
  • How Mira Furlan's husband, Goran Gajic, found out he was directing "And All My Dreams, Torn Asunder."
  • The award that Babylon 5 received alongside Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles.
  • How Babylon 5 utilized virtual locations (versus practical sets) in season five, and the motivation for doing so.
  • Why conceptual consultant Harlan Ellison attacked Babylon 5's tie-in novels -- or "pussycat novels" -- and the one he read.
  • Why JMS was not worried about how The River of Souls would be received, despite having only a handful of Babylon 5 actors in the cast.
  • The scene where it was okay for one of the actors to blow their line on camera.
  • How comedian/actor Jackie Gleason was the inspiration for Rebo and Zooty's catchphrase, "Zooty, zoot, zoot."
  • The alternate ending director Douglas E. Wise shot for "The Fall of Centauri Prime."
  • How Neil Gaiman -- who was beginning to develop his script before Claudia Christian's departure -- altered his approach to "Day of the Dead" once Captain Lochley was in place.
  • What JMS said to John Copleland 36 hours after the Blackpool convention contract-negotiations kerfuffle had ended.
  • Why Andreas Katsulas referred to season five as "another nice, healthy G'Kar crop."
  • The story that producer John Copeland thought JMS believed would be better dealt with in a novel.
  • The aspect of "And All My Dreams, Torn Asunder" that director Goran Gajic found most challenging.
  • Why director Goran Gajic asked the prop department for a five-gallon whiskey glass.
  • The amusing evolution of Harlan Ellison's Babylon 5 title -- from "real important guy" to "conceptual consultant."
  • Which Babylon 5 actor would have received an acting award if Peter Jurasik had been able to bestow one. (Hint: It wasn't Andreas Kastulas.)
  • Why Peter Jurasik joked about "Londo's dry cleaning getting mixed up and he ends up wearing Narn clothes to the big ball."
  • Why, when shooting "Secrets of the Soul," director Tony Dow believed that he'd "overstepped his bounds."
  • The conflicting fan mail actor Denise Gentile (Lise Edgars-Garibaldi) received after her appearances in season five.
  • The information director Janet Greek wished she had known sooner, and how it would have resulted in two of the characters in The River of Souls being played by the same guest actor.
  • Executive producer Douglas Netter's explanation of the financial challenges Babylon 5 experienced as it transitioned from syndication to basic cable and a much lower budget.
  • The thing that British fans didn't like about Babylon 5, according to JMS...and the episode they enjoyed more than American fans.
  • Which alien homeworld was envisioned as "a cross between Egypt and Venice."
  • What Peter Jurasik considered to be the "check and checkmate" part of Londo's character arc.
  • Why the notion of Lennier's betrayal in "Objects at Rest" bothered Bill Mumy.
  • The reason JMS had "always been suspect of the value of" casting name-value stars in Babylon 5.
  • Why actor Ed Wasser choose to wear a light-colored crystal around his neck for his appearance in "Day of the Dead"...and why he was surprised JMS allowed him to wear it.
  • The scene in which director Tony Dow declared, "I used more film on that particular day than I've ever shot," the scene he considered "the best I've ever directed" and the scene he "never understood."
  • How the fifth season contract negotiations changed how Bill Mumy felt about playing Lennier during the final year of Babylon 5.
  • JMS's explanation of what he was trying to accomplish with "Intersections in Real Time."
  • What visual effects designer Ron Thornton showed JMS that caused him to say, "You've got to get me a copy of that big-time!"
  • The reason the cast and crew called Bruce Boxleitner "Buzz Lightyear" in season five.
  • A beat-by-beat account of how actor Martin Sheen was cast as the Soul Hunter.
  • The exact point at which JMS told Tracy Scoggins and Bruce Boxleitner that their characters had been married to one another.
  • The presumption Richard Biggs made about the fifth season of Babylon 5 that was essentially incorrect.
  • Why the crew had to be absolutely silent for three minutes during the shooting of "Rising Star."
  • How makeup effects creator John Vulich addressed his season four unhappiness with the Drakh look, and why he referred to them as "different classes of ants."
  • Whether or not Andrea Thompson was jealous that her then-boyfriend, Jerry Doyle, was having an onscreen relationship with Marie Marshall (as Dodger)...who was his real-life ex-girlfriend. (Say that ten times fast).
  • Why JMS had to adjust Rebo and Zooty's dialogue after the characters were cast.
  • The acting situation which director Tony Dow said, "You couldn't do it with Mira."
  • Why JMS balked when he first saw a Vorlon ship.
  • The storyline Richard Biggs regretted never being able to play.
  • Why Richard Biggs believed that Franklin's emotions about leaving his post on Babylon 5 would not surface until he was ensconced in his new job at Earthdome.
  • Why producer John Copeland chose to direct an episode in the middle of season five rather than at the end of the year when he typically had fewer responsibilities.
  • Peter Jurasik's recollection of his audition for Babylon 5, back-to-back with Andreas Katsulas's, and why, after they looked at the concept art for Londo and G'Kar, they completely disregarded the drawings.
  • The thing that conceptual consultant Harlan Ellison believed ultimately killed Star Trek...and why he had no interest in seeing Babylon 5 continue past its five seasons for the same reason.
  • The reason "The Ragged Edge" was noted by the Hollywood trade magazines as a milestone.
  • Why Peter Jurasik compared "The Fall of Centauri Prime" to a symphony.
  • Why director Janet Greek "softened the Lochley character."
  • The three toughest scenes for producer John Copeland to direct in "The Ragged Edge," and how he approached them.
  • Why John Copeland was known as "Pig Dog 13."
  • What Lochley said to Garibaldi that Jerry Doyle believed was odd and not in step with the storyline.
  • Why a "practical keeper" was more cost-effective during the regent's death scene.
  • How Tracy Scoggins won the role of Elizabeth Lochley over her competition at the final network audition.
  • Which serious design problem conceptual consultant Harlan Ellison's extensive library solved for producer John Copeland.
  • What JMS meant when he said, "The entire Babylon 5 story was always there, I just had to find it."
  • Neil Gaiman's story goals for Lochley, Garibaldi, Lennier and Londo in "Day of the Dead."
  • Mira Furlan's description of what it was like for her to return to the full Minbari makeup for In the Beginning, and how she played 140-year-old Delenn in "The Deconstruction of Falling Stars."
  • The compliment from JMS that actor Damian London (Regent Virini) heard third-hand and considered the "best Christmas present I could ever get."
  • Patricia Tallman's description of filming the Lyta-Byron love scene.
  • Why Patricia Tallman did NOT feel like Lyta was more a part of the show when the Byron storyline surfaced.
  • The "accessory" that Patricia Tallman wanted the Lyta action figure to wear.
  • The opportunity no one had mentioned to Mira Furlan at the time of her interview, and which she said she would have agreed to if asked (but she wasn't).
  • Which of the stars said, "I'm probably more comfortable with crew than I am with the actors."
  • "Rebo and Zooty for President" -- the episode Neil Gaiman wanted to write for Crusade.
  • Why Bruce Boxleitner was told by one of the producers to watch Captain Horatio Hornblower, R.N. starring Gregory Peck.
  • The reason why producer John Copeland wanted Patricia Tallman to wear a bodysuit for her love scene in "Secrets of the Soul," and why director Tony Dow didn't think it was necessary.
  • How producer John Copleand directed "Objects at Rest" to reinforce the episode's title...and how he used the episode to set up "Sleeping in Light."
  • Which Babylon 5 star was offered the role of the brothel owner in The River of Souls.
  • Neil Gaiman's predictions about what fans would say the day after his episode aired.
  • Why director Doug Lefler preferred the dramatic scenes in "Day of the Dead" to the comedic elements.
  • The aspects of "Movements of Fire and Shadow" that were the most exciting to director John C. Flinn III, and why.
  • What Mira Furlan was talking about when she said, "Oh, my God, they treat me like shit."
  • Why the producers believed that they could shoot an episode in six days during season five instead of the seven-day schedule used throughout seasons one, two, three and four.
  • JMS's two goals for The River of Souls.
  • How Marshall Teague designed and financed Ta'Lon's sword on spec.
  • The Babylon 5 actor Patricia Tallman confessed that she was "ferociously attracted to."
  • The emotional scene where Patricia Tallman vowed that Lyta would not cry.
  • Why JMS wrote the Lochley holo-prostitute into The River of Souls.
  • The document Neil Gaiman downloaded from CompuServe to help him write "Day of the Dead."
  • The question asked of director Janet Greek, to which she responded, "When these things air, I pretty much always end up watching them alone."
  • Why Jerry Doyle didn't read scripts prior to shooting the episode.
  • Why conceptual consultant Harlan Ellison equated G'Kar to Chicago's Mayor Cermak.
  • Why Peter Jurasik said, "I don't listen to him when he's a producer and I don't listen to him as a director," in reference to John Copeland.
  • The specific alterations the makeup people did to the Soul Hunter so that it would look more like actor Martin Sheen.
  • What Sheridan referred to as "a real toad-strangler" in a line cut from "No Compromises."
  • Which Babylon 5 character would have been transgendered if JMS had not vetoed Neil Gaiman's suggestion for a secret revealed in "Day of the Dead."
  • REVEALED: The reason Neil Gaiman chose to use the Brakiri in "Day of the Dead."
  • Why director Goran Gajic, Mira Furlan's husband, used to come to the set in the early seasons, and the reason he stopped as the show continued.
  • The reason Patricia Tallman said to the wardrobe department, "You're not spending $300 on that jacket. Take it back!"
  • Why Andreas Katsulas was not able to watch "No Compromises" when it premiered on TNT. (This is surprising.)
  • The game Jerry Doyle and Bruce Boxleitner were playing when Jerry said, "I have to let you win; you're number one on the call sheet."
  • How director Goran Gajic approached directing his wife, Mira Furlan.
  • The thing director Doug Lefler didn't do with Penn & Teller that he later wished he had.
  • How Neil Gaiman selected the characters who would experience the "Day of the Dead," and who would have met whom if other characters had appeared in the episode.
  • The actor that director Tony Dow was apprehensive of working with because "she's so overbearing."
  • Peter Jurasik's tips for successfully auditioning...and the scene he choose to use for his Babylon 5 audition.
  • How visual effects designer Ron Thornton modified the Babylon 5 station so it would not look like a bottle.
  • Why Andreas Katsulas believed that Londo and G'Kar were almost like Abbott and Costello.
  • Why Neil Gaiman experienced "amazing frustration" when he was told that Penn & Teller agreed to be Rebo and Zooty.
  • The "bulldog and bone" analogy director Janet Greek used with Tracy Scoggins and Jerry Doyle.
  • What Andreas Katsulas considered to be the downfall of any religion.
  • What high-profile guest role Tracy Scoggins auditioned for prior to being cast as Elizabeth Lochley.
  • Actor Robin Atkin Downes's fantasy about returning to Babylon 5 as Byron's "evil twin," complete with a bald head.
  • The guest star who left his previous career as an undercover policeman to become an actor.
  • The situation in which Andreas Katsulas said, "Having G'Kar there, it's almost like having a lantern to see things better by."
  • Why director Janet Greek knew about the alcoholism link between Garibaldi and Lochley before Tracy Scoggins was even cast.
  • Why Richard Biggs considered seasons three and four as the high points for his character.
  • How conceptual consultant Harlan Ellison was cast as a psi cop in "The Face of the Enemy," and why his pairing with Walter Koenig (as Bester) was significant to his career.
  • What prompted Bill Mumy to say, "I wasn't happy with the way my fifth season deal went down and I'm not going to pretend that I was."
  • Director Doug Lefler's biggest regret about "Day of the Dead" (it involves Andreas Katsulas).
  • Why Jerry Doyle was "not at all concerned about giving up the residuals for the fifth season," and why he said to his agent, "If you fuck this deal up, I will cut your legs off!"
  • The materials Neil Gaiman requested to prepare him for the writing of "Day of the Dead."
  • How an event hosted by the Television Critics Association created the opportunity to produce The River of Souls.
  • The deleted line from "Day of the Dead" that established how Lennier and Morden had met prior to the latter's one-night resurrection.
  • Why director Mike Vejar was described as taking "us to the edge of the envelope every day and we all get paper cuts."
  • Why Peter Jurasik called "A View from the Gallery" a real treat.
  • Why, when director Janet Greek saw the Minbari fighter for "Darkness Ascending," she "hated it," and how Bill Mumy was able to make her cry while he was shooting his scenes within it.
  • First assistant director Douglas E. Wise's main concern when JMS and John Copeland decided to direct an episode each at the end of season four.
  • Why director Tony Dow brought actor Robin Atkin Downes and Patricia Tallman into his office a week before they shot their sex scene.
  • Why Neil Gaiman wanted a Morden/Lennier encounter in "Day of the Dead" instead of the more obvious Morden/Sheridan meeting.
  • How Richard Biggs would have approached "Believers" if he could play the episode again after five years of being Stephen Franklin.
  • Why Patricia Tallman did not like the way the Byron storyline ended.
  • The guest character the producers believed was more beloved than Zathras.
  • Actor Robin Atkin Downes's backstory for Byron, and how his instincts aligned with what later appeared in the scripts.
  • Why none of the Battle of the Line effects footage from "And the Sky Full of Stars" was reused for In the Beginning.
  • The scene in "The Wheel of Fire" that prompted director Janet Greek to comment that, "When we finished that scene, everybody just wanted to go to sleep."
  • The similarity between Claudia Christian and Tracy Scoggins, according to Richard Biggs.
  • The visual elements director Doug Lefler wanted to shoot for "Day of the Dead" but couldn't due to a lack of time...including storyboards for unfilmed sequences.
  • Why Andreas Katsulas believed that the best place to watch human emotions was the airport.
  • Why Patricia Tallman said of "Phoenix Rising" that, "I wasn't pleased. I was very upset."
  • Who said, "With a crew like this, I can even go to Centauri Prime without any problems."
  • The scene which made Peter Jurasik feel "like I was in an X-Files episode."
  • The kind of scenes Mira Furlan found most interesting to play in season four, and which were scarce in year five.
  • The situations that forced Patricia Tallman to flip out in tears in JMS's office. (Hint: It's NOT about the painful contact lenses.)
  • Why Damian London -- who played Regent Virini -- found himself in a role where he "was the only pageboy in the court of Henry VIII that had a Doris Day flip."
  • Why JMS received letters asking if Stephen Furst had cancer. (He didn't!)
  • Why Mira Furlan was not pleased with her performance in "The Deconstruction of Falling Stars."
  • JMS's one-word response after Neil Gaiman pitched him the idea of featuring Rebo and Zooty.
  • What conceptual consultant Harlan Ellison thought of his Babylon 5 trading card.
  • How Mira Furlan approached Delenn's laughing fit in "Day of the Dead."
  • How the reference to Rebo and Zooty in "Rumors, Bargains and Lies" led Neil Gaiman to revisit those characters in "Day of the Dead."
  • Why, in season five, makeup effects creator John Vulich wanted to incorporate more hair into the alien races.
  • The comment frequently made to actor Lawrence LeJohn -- who played Bo in "A View from the Gallery" -- after the episode aired.
  • The question to which Stephen Furst replied, "I'd rather be unemployed and alive."
  • Why Jerry Doyle described Tracy Scoggins as being "as much fun after 'cut' as she is between 'action' and 'cut.'"
  • Why executive producer Douglas Netter didn't mind being pigeonholed as a science fiction producer.
  • Actor Robin Atkin Downes on the differences between playing Morann and Byron, and the one acting credential he had that fit with both roles.
  • Bill Mumy's nickname for Lennier during the character's tenure with the Anla-shok.
  • What Jerry Doyle missed about having Claudia Christian on the set after she left Babylon 5.
  • The actor who'd had a crush on Efrem Zimbalist Jr. since she was a little girl.
  • Why Richard Biggs received a call on Friday about an "emergency" shoot on Monday...and the regret he had while preparing.
  • Guess which lead actor said, "I'm a guy who likes to eat donuts and watch The Simpsons." (Think outside the box on this one.)
  • Why Jerry Doyle was "a thousand times happier that Bruce was on the show [instead of] Michael O'Hare."
  • The deleted scene from In the Beginning that included actor Robin Atkin Downes mimicking a fan at an Ozzy Osbourne concert.
  • Even more about Lyta's Lingerie -- details neither JMS's commentaries in The Babylon 5 Scripts of J. Michael Straczynski nor Patricia Tallman's memoir, Pleasure Thresholds, revealed.
  • Conceptual consultant Harlan Ellison's take on the JMS-fueled rumor that he was going to write a sequel to his award-winning Outer Limits script, "Demon with a Glass Hand," set in the Babylon 5 universe.
  • The thing that Mira Furlan was "incredibly bitter and angry about," and that she thought was "terribly unfair."
TABLE OF CONTENTS FOR VOLUME 5

  • Neil Gaiman - Writer (18 Nov 1997)
  • John Copeland - Producer (19 & 21 Nov 1997)
  • Mira Furlan - Delenn (20 Nov 1997)
  • Ed Wasser - Morden (20 Nov 1997)
  • Bill Mumy - Lennier (21 Nov 1997)
  • Peter David - Writer (16 Jan 1998)
  • Goran Gajic - Director (21 Jan 1998)
  • Douglas E. Wise - First Assistant Director/Director (21 Jan 1998)
  • Richard Biggs - Stephen Franklin (22 Jan 1998)
  • Patricia Tallman - Lyta Alexander (22 Jan 1998)
  • Andreas Katsulas - G’Kar (22 Jan 1998)
  • J. Michael Straczynski - Creator/Executive Producer (23 Jan 1998)
  • John C. Flinn III - Director of Photography (23 Jan 1998)
  • Bill Mumy - Lennier (23 Jan 1998)
  • Douglas Netter - Executive Producer (23 Jan 1998)
  • Denise Gentile - Lise Edgars-Garibaldi (10 Feb 1998)
  • Goran Gajic - Director (10 Feb 1998)
  • Jerry Doyle - Michael Garibaldi (10 Feb 1998)
  • Peter Jurasik - Londo Mollari (11 Feb 1998)
  • Janet Greek - Director (12 Feb 1998)
  • Jesús Salvador Treviño - Director (15 Feb 1998)
  • Raymond O’Connor - Mac (14 Feb 1998)
  • Lawrence LeJohn - Bo (17 Feb 1998)
  • Robin Atkin Downes - Byron (19 Feb 1998)
  • Stephen Furst - Vir Cotto (19 Feb 1998)
  • Doug Lefler - Director (23 Feb 1998)
  • Harlan Ellison - Conceptual Consultant (2 Mar 1998)
  • Damian London - Virini (2 Mar 1998)
  • John Copeland - Producer (10 Mar 1998)
  • Douglas E. Wise - First Assistant Director/Director (10 Mar 1998)
  • Richard Biggs - Stephen Franklin (2 May 1998)
  • Janet Greek - Director (7 May 1998)
  • J. Michael Straczynski - Creator/Executive Producer (11 May 1998)
  • John Copeland - Producer (12 May 1998)
  • Jerry Gergely - Special Makeup Effects Artist (12 May 1998)
  • Tony Dow - Director (28 May 1998)
  • Steve Burg - Conceptual Artist (24 May 1998)
  • Ron Thornton - Visual Effects Designer (27 May 1998)
  • John Vulich - Makeup Effects Creator (28 May 1998)
GUIDE TO THE PRODUCER'S VOICES ON THE BONUS DISC

Guide to the Voices in the Volume 5 CD Audio Interview

Index

Abbott and Costello – pages 84, 237

Abergavenny – page 205

Abyss, The – pages 301, 310

Adair, Catherine – page 302

ADI – page 155

Afghanistan – page 181

Agamemnon – page 19

Alexander, Lyta – pages 65-73, 76, 89-90, 98-99, 164, 171, 176, 202-203, 250, 258

Alexander, Wayne – pages 56, 97, 160, 282, 329-330

Alfred Hitchcock Hour, The – page 228

"All Alone in the Night" – page 107

Allan, Zack – pages 67, 71, 153, 250

Amiga – page 301

Amnesty International – page 327

"And All My Dreams, Torn Asunder" – pages 47-48, 50, 55, 59, 65, 75, 89, 97, 103, 109, 121, 124, 139, 150, 158

"And Now for a Word" – page 107

"And the Sky Full of Stars" – page 17

Apollo (NASA capsule) – page 307

Apollo, EAS – page 19

Aquaman – pages 43, 106

Ares, EAS – page 193

Arthur, King – page 210

Arthur's Quest – pages 210-211

Ashley, Lauren – page 212

Asimov, Isaac – page 183

Astaire, Fred – page 237

"Atonement" – pages 27, 197-198, 276

Austin Powers – page 72

Azir, Tafiq – page 137

"Babylon Squared" – page 115

Babylonian Productions – pages 2, 5, 15, 27, 35, 41, 47, 53, 59, 65, 75, 89, 97, 103, 127, 166, 173, 229, 248, 267, 275, 281

Bailey, Bob – page 322

Balgobin, Jennifer – page 255

Barkette, Beege – page 324

Barlowe, Wayne – page 277

Barnes – page 43

Barron, Dana – page 212

Bartlet, Jed – page 269

Bassom, David – page 234

BBC – pages 5-6

Beaudine, Skip – page 54

Beigle-Bryant, Paul – pages 318, 322

Belafonte, Shari – page 24

"Believers" – page 62

Bergman, Ingmar – page 325

Bergot, Mary – page 162

Berle, Milton – page 160

Berrings, Hank – page 37

Bester, Alfred – pages 130, 134-136, 153, 286, 295

"Between the Darkness and the Light" – pages 60, 131

Bewitched – page 239

Bey, Turhan – page 160

Biggs, Richard – pages 59-64, 71-72, 122, 152-153, 190-191, 193, 252-256, 288, 293

Bikel, Theodore – pages 27, 61, 201

Birk, Raye – page 91

Blackpool – pages 23, 47

Block, Robert – page 11

Bochco, Steven – page 228

Bonanza – page 85

Boris and Natasha – page 69

Boxleitner, Bruce – pages 28, 40, 81, 95, 213

Bradbury, Ray – page 183

Brakiri – pages 4, 6, 60, 97, 214, 217, 327

Brando, Marlon – pages 76, 260

Brennert, Alan – page 222

Broadway – page 229

Bronx – pages 179, 184

Brook, Peter – page 85

Brooks, Joel – page 262

Brown, Clancy – page 177

Brown, Julie Caitlin – pages 155, 294, 305

Brown Sector – pages 130, 136

Brynner, Yul – pages 268-269

Bryson, Robert – pages 259-261, 268-270

Buffy the Vampire Slayer – page 198

Burbank, California – page 86

Burg, Steve – pages 298-316, 318-319

Burke's Law – page 228

Burr, Kathie – page 249

Burrell, Everett – page 307

Caan, James – page 230

"Cage, The" (Star Trek) – page 326

Cal Arts – page 300

Call to Arms, A – pages 236, 247, 251, 253, 262, 264, 267, 269, 275, 278, 281, 285, 299, 317, 325

Cameron, James – page 308

Canada – page 317

Capone, Al – page 232

Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future – page 317

Card, Orson Scott – page 219

Carl – page 205

Cartagia – pages 151, 243

Carter, Chris – pages 11, 228

Carter, Jason – pages 63, 70, 288

Cartwright, Ben – page 105

Cartwright, Hoss – pages 85, 105

Casablanca – page 136

Castellanos, John – page 137

CBS – page 221

Centauri – pages 60, 98, 106, 145, 151, 199, 306, 309, 327

Centauri Prime – pages 11, 49, 51, 53-55, 63, 83-84, 97, 100, 122, 140, 149-150, 153-155, 158-160, 185, 197, 209, 215, 239, 242-243, 249-250, 282, 294

Cermak, Anton – page 232

CGI – pages 42, 55, 57, 98, 169, 174-176, 190, 201, 249, 283, 317

Champion, Fern – pages 177, 185, 199

Chicago, Illinois – page 232

China – page 83

Chris-Craft – pages 109, 321

Christian, Claudia – pages 2, 7, 23, 59, 113, 128-129, 152, 168, 193, 288, 294

"Chrysalis" – page 77

"City on the Edge of Forever" (Star Trek) – page 229

Clark, Josh – page 97

Cleveland Playhouse – page 229

Clohessy, Bob – page 186

Cobra Bays – page 318

Cole, Marcus – pages 41, 89, 103, 246

Columbia Pictures – page 239

Columbus, Ohio – page 207

"Coming of Shadows" – page 126

Compton, Richard – pages 131-132, 146, 167, 226, 321

CompuServe – page 6

Conaway, Jeff – pages 70, 121, 153, 193, 253

Confessions of a Couch Potato (Or, If I'm Still Skinny, Why Do I Still Feel Like Flounder?) – page 209

"Conflicts of Interest" – page 117

"Convictions" – page 90

Coolidge, Martha – page 43

Copeland, John – pages 14-25, 47, 53, 57, 76, 88, 99, 110, 127, 137-138, 156, 163, 173, 224, 227, 230, 241, 243, 245-248, 250, 269, 274-279, 281, 285, 291-293, 302, 309-310, 317

Coppola, Francis Ford – page 260

"Corps Is Mother, the Corps Is Father" – pages 11, 211, 253, 257, 267-268, 275, 281, 299

Cotto, Vir – pages 7, 42, 60, 67, 98, 105, 122, 157, 209-210, 250

Cray computer – page 301

Credle, Matt – page 3

Criswell Productions – pages 147-148, 302-304, 306

Crocker, Jim – page 222

Crusade – pages 8, 12, 18, 22, 46, 51, 70, 207, 211, 236-237, 247-248, 264-267, 269-270, 278, 285, 327-328, 330

Culp, Robert – page 231

"Darkness Ascending" – pages 45, 47, 53, 65, 69, 76-77, 104, 115, 120, 157, 163-165, 170-171, 173

Daro (the Drazi) – pages 97, 100

David, Peter – pages 42-43, 45-46, 106

Davis, Jason – page 2

Day, Doris – page 239

"Day of the Dead" – pages 4-7, 11, 15, 27, 31, 34-35, 37, 39, 45, 52, 105-106, 136, 155-156, 173, 215-217

De Cunto, Gabe – pages 144, 282

Declaration of Principles – page 82

"Deconstruction of Falling Stars" – pages 5, 15, 27-28, 35, 41, 131, 175, 211

DeFilipps, Gail – page 126

DeFilipps, Kurt – pages 87, 126, 208

DeFilipps, Willard – page 126

DeGuere, Phil – page 222

Delenn – pages 16, 27-28, 31-32, 42, 50, 77-78, 83, 99-100, 103-104, 107-108, 122-124, 149, 157, 165, 192, 198, 200-201, 224, 246, 248, 250, 258, 287, 304, 313

Dell Books – page 234

"Demon on the Run" – page 231

denn-bok – page 41

Devil's Disciple – page 31

Dick, Philip K. – page 183

Dickinson, Emily – page 9

Dickson, Billy – page 321

DiLeo, Mario – pages 107-108

DiTillio, Lawrence G. – pages 136, 222-223

"Divided Loyalties" – page 176

Don Juan – page 221

Dostoevsky, Fyodor – page 235

Dow, Tony – pages 68, 107, 119, 173, 200, 205, 284-295

Downes, Robin Atkin – pages 67-68, 73, 169, 196-207, 291-292

Doyle, Jerry – pages 3, 24, 31, 60, 93, 115-121, 126-143, 148, 152, 168, 208, 253, 258

Drakh – pages 6, 56, 97-98, 160, 246, 282, 328-329

Drazi – pages 17-18, 63, 71, 97-100, 157, 255, 329

Drennan, Kathryn – pages 222, 227, 234

Dukhat – pages 27, 200

Dune – page 183

Durman, Elizabeth – pages 7-9, 135, 217

Dwyer, Fiona – pages 62, 293

Eagle, David J. – pages 60, 117

Earls, Tim – page 18

Earth-Minbari War – pages 275, 277

Earthforce – pages 24, 61

Eastlake, Carlton – pages 223, 247

Edgars Industries – page 245

Edgars, William – pages 67, 118

Edgars-Garibaldi, Lise – pages 9, 115-118, 120, 127, 137, 163-164, 171

Edwards Air Force Base – page 142

Egan, Maggie – page 246

Egypt – pages 18, 80

Ellison, Harlan – pages 5, 11, 220-238, 271, 320

Ellison, Susan – page 222

Emily – page 9

Emmy Award – pages 322-323

"Endgame" – pages 17-20, 131, 246

England – pages 44, 205, 228, 234, 254, 261, 278

Equus – page 199

"Face of the Enemy" – pages 130, 135, 229

"Fall of Centauri Prime, The" – pages 53-55, 63, 97, 100, 140, 149-150, 153, 159-160, 185, 197, 209, 215, 239, 242-243, 249-250, 282

"Fall of Night, The" – pages 97, 310

Faustus – page 153

Ferengi – page 204

Ferrer, José – page 229

Ferry, Kim M. – page 144

Flanery, Bridget – pages 216-218

Flinn, John C., III – pages 54-55, 96-101, 123, 154, 159, 173, 201, 250, 264, 291

Florida – page 129

Flynn, Errol – page 230

Foreign Legion – page 9

Foundation Imaging – pages 19, 308-309

Foundationist – page 60

Franklin, Richard – pages 64, 255

Franklin, Stephen – pages 59-62, 64, 71, 81, 83, 98-99, 122, 176, 245, 248, 253-256, 268, 272, 288, 293

Fugitive, The – page 1

Furlan, Mira – pages 14, 16, 26-33, 40, 47-48, 55, 77-78, 82, 95, 102, 108, 124-125, 132, 139, 147-149, 151-153, 158, 165, 200, 203, 206, 258, 276, 290, 293, 304

Furst, Stephen – pages 41-42, 138, 149, 208-213, 250, 252, 284

G'Kar – pages 10-11, 16, 21, 50-51, 57, 65-67, 72-86, 98-99, 113, 122, 124, 146, 148-149, 151-153, 155-157, 159, 169-171, 233, 276, 289, 293-294, 305-306, 314

Gaim – page 13

Gaiman, Neil – pages 4-13, 41, 45, 106, 215, 218

Gajic, Goran – pages 28-29, 31, 33, 47-51, 55, 82, 121-125, 139, 150, 158-159

Galen – page 262

Gandhi – pages 78, 202

Garbarino, Mark – page 198

Garibaldi, Michael – pages 7, 9, 19, 50, 67, 81, 91, 93-94, 113, 115, 117-118, 120, 123, 127-131, 134-137, 148-149, 163-165, 168, 171, 217, 233, 245, 250, 257-258, 261, 263

Gathering, The – pages 18, 112, 276

Gentile, Denise – pages 115-120, 137

"Geometry of Shadows" – pages 151, 329

Gergely, Jerry – pages 281-283, 326

Giger, H. R. – page 320

Gilbert, Melissa – page 140

Glasgow – page 222

Gleason, Jackie – page 225

Godzilla – page 72

Goldsman, Akiva – page 43

Gomez, Lisa – pages 213, 280

Gordon, Byron – pages 65-67, 69-71, 89-90, 153, 169, 197-198, 201-207, 272, 291

Grant, Cary – page 160

Greek, Janet – pages 54, 66, 69, 76-77, 107, 116, 137-138, 162-173, 180, 182, 184-188, 190, 193-194, 201-202, 219, 247, 249, 257-266, 277, 290

Greenpeace – page 327

Grey Sector – page 266

Griffith Park – page 18

"Gropos" – pages 135, 309

"Gut Reactions" – pages 42, 45

Hamill, Mark – page 43

Hamlet – page 178

Hannibal, Jack – page 291

Harris, Joanne – page 6

HBO – page 68

Heaven Knows Mr. Allison – page 183

Herbert, Frank – page 183

Hercules: The Legendary Journeys – page 219

Hitchcock, Alfred – pages 157, 230

Hobbs, Lillian – page 255

Holiday Inn – page 58

Hollywood – pages 31, 166, 210

Hollywood Boulevard – page 93

Hollywood Reporter, The – page 81

Hopkins, Stephen – page 43

Horatio Hornblower – page 19

Houseman, John – page 228

"How Not to Lose Your Head to Henry VIII" Part One (Bewitched) – page 239

Howard, Rance – page 290

Hugo Award – page 222

Hunt, Neil – pages 154-155

Huse, Linda – pages 162, 280

Hyach – page 293

Hypernauts – pages 47, 58, 302, 329

I Dream of Jeannie – page 239

I Love Lucy – page 235

Iacovelli, John – pages 18, 102, 302

ILM – page 323

In the Beginning – pages 15-17, 27, 45, 50, 61, 82, 112, 121, 133, 153, 169, 186, 192, 197-198, 200-202, 242, 269, 275, 290

"In the Kingdom of the Blind" – pages 11, 154-155, 241-242

Indiana Dunes – page 18

"Infection" – page 62

"Interludes and Examinations" – pages 255-256

"Intersections in Real Time" – pages 90-92

ISN – pages 8-9, 30, 35-37, 63, 66, 90-91, 98, 104, 110, 121, 135, 160, 163, 179, 192, 222, 232, 246, 269, 271, 288, 295, 299

Italy – page 10

Ivanova, Susan – pages 89-90, 92, 231, 234, 246, 288

Jabba the Hutt – page 230

Jack and the Beanstalk – page 80

Jackson, Shirley – page 235

Jano – page 241

Jenerators – page 43

JFK – page 290

Jillette, Penn (SEE ALSO Penn & Teller) – page 31

Jiminy Cricket – page 224

Johnston, Jim – pages 116, 138

Judas – pages 105, 131

jumpgate – pages 320-321

Jurasik, Barbara – page 145

Jurasik, Peter – pages 9, 16, 37, 50, 55, 70, 74, 76, 79, 87, 95, 122, 132, 144-161, 208, 218, 249, 262, 276, 294, 306

Kafka, Franz – page 235

Katsulas, Andreas – pages 16, 19, 21, 37, 50-51, 55, 65, 74-87, 122, 132, 146-156, 169, 171, 207, 216, 249, 262, 276, 284, 289, 329-330

Kerr, Deborah – page 183

Kimble, Richard – page 1

King, Martin Luther, Jr. – page 202

Kirrin – pages 62, 293

Klingon – page 204

Koenig, Walter – pages 69, 130, 230, 234, 286-287

Kosh – pages 24, 298, 303-304, 310, 320, 327

Krishna, Rama – page 78

Kulomani – page 97

Kung Fu: The Legend Continues – page 318

Kuttner, Henry – page 222

LaGrange (space station) – page 318

"Learning Curve" – pages 49, 92, 195, 197, 209, 215

Ledger, Peter – pages 146, 302

Lefler, Doug – pages 37, 39, 52, 173, 214-219

Legato, Rob – page 323

Legend – page 305

Lehne, Fredric – page 126

LeJohn, Lawrence – pages 170, 177, 179, 185-194, 254, 271-272

Lennier – pages 7-9, 30, 36, 41-42, 99, 103-105, 107-108, 157-158, 217, 250, 287

Lenonn – pages 27, 61-62, 201

Lewis, Jerry – page 240

Libyan – page 92

Lightyear, Buzz – page 16

Lochley, Elizabeth – pages 6-7, 9, 24-25, 32, 67, 92-94, 105, 113, 127, 134, 163-165, 167-168, 189, 211, 225, 257, 261, 263, 267, 270

Lockheed – page 317

Logan's Run – page 194

Lois and Clark – page 112

London, Damian – pages 97, 154, 159-160, 239-244, 249

"Long Dark, The" – page 107

"Long Night, The" – pages 49, 103, 150, 175

"Long, Twilight Struggle, The" – page 154

Lorien – pages 56, 282

Los Angeles – pages 247-248, 318

Los Angeles Free Press – page 237

Lovecraft, H.P. – page 276

Lovejoy – pages 261, 269, 278

Lucasfilm – page 235

Luchenko, Susanna – pages 285, 287, 290

Macher – page 223

Machida – page 198

Mack – pages 169-170, 177-178, 180, 185, 187, 192-194, 204, 207, 232, 271

Maday, Gregg – page 132

Mafia – page 228

Magnum, P.I. – page 54

Mandt, Neil – page 211

Marlowe, Philip – page 177

Mars Resistance – page 91

Marshall, Marie – page 135

Marx, Christy – page 302

Matlovsky, Alisa – page 26

Matthews, Dakin – page 91

Max Headroom – pages 76, 171

Mayhew, Jacob – page 262

McBari's – page 157

McCarthy, Bart – page 97

McGraw-Hill – page 209

McLean, Stuart – pages 205, 262

McShane, Ian – pages 259, 261, 268-269, 277-278, 325

McWhirter, David – pages 26, 53, 278

Mead, Syd – page 311

"Meditations on the Abyss" – pages 57, 104, 157, 285, 317, 325

medlab – pages 59, 62-63, 151, 168, 255, 272, 291, 293

"Memory of War" – page 285

"Memos From Purgatory" (The Alfred Hitchcock Hour) – page 230

Memphis, Tennessee – page 20

Minbar – pages 42, 100, 248

Minbari – pages 17, 60-61, 106-107, 197-198, 200-201, 246, 275-276, 309-311, 329

Minneapolis – pages 215, 218-219

Mitchum, Robert – page 183

Mollari, Londo – pages 7, 9, 11, 21, 35, 39, 49-51, 56, 75, 79, 83-85, 95, 98-100, 103, 106, 113, 122, 124, 133, 145-159, 175, 241-242, 244, 246, 249-250, 276, 282, 289, 294, 306, 315

Monaghan, Marjorie – pages 255-256

Morann – pages 169, 197, 199-201

Morden – pages 7, 34-37, 39, 217

"Movements of Fire and Shadow" – pages 54-55, 67, 97-100, 115, 121, 127, 145, 153-154, 159, 163, 175, 177, 242, 255

MTV – page 171

Mumy, Bill – pages 26, 30, 40-45, 55, 82, 102-108, 170, 213, 217, 250

Murphy, Fred V., II – pages 123, 259, 264, 328, 331

Museum of Television and Radio – page 43

Na'Kal – page 97

Na'Tok – pages 97, 100

Na'Toth – pages 155, 294

Napoleon – page 184

Narn – pages 20-21, 66, 97, 151, 154, 309, 311, 328

NASA – page 142

National Lampoon's Vacation – page 212

Nazzaro, Joe – pages 34, 52, 160, 223, 297

Nebula Award – page 222

"Needs of Earth, The" – page 267

Nemo – page 190

Netter Digital – pages 109, 257

Netter, Douglas – pages 1, 109-114, 127, 231, 241, 257, 302, 317

Neverwhere – pages 5-6

New Jersey – page 300

New Orleans, Louisiana – page 192

New York – pages 72, 129, 147, 199

New Zealand – page 219

NewTek – page 319

NFL – page 247

Nixon, Richard – page 83

"No Compromises" – pages 47, 53, 59, 65, 71, 75-76, 81-82, 89, 92, 97, 103, 109, 112, 128, 151, 164-166, 168-169

North Hollywood – page 301

Northern Exposure – page 166

Number One – pages 116, 141, 176, 255

O'Bannon, Rockne – page 222

O'Connor, Raymond – pages 170, 177-188, 194, 204, 271

O'Hare, Michael – pages 134, 227

"Objects at Rest" – pages 14, 40, 74, 87-88, 140, 144, 149, 161-163, 245-246, 257, 274

"Objects in Motion" – pages 63, 140, 175-176, 231-232, 245, 249, 251, 255

Oeta, Japan – page 20

Ogilvy, Ian – page 241

Ohio – page 229

Oliver, Glen – page 15

Olympics – page 177

Optic Nerve – pages 302, 324

Oregon – page 166

Orlando, Florida – page 207

Osbourne, Ozzy – page 201

Oscar statuette – page 310

Oswald, Lee Harvey – page 290

Outpost Omega – page 43

Oxenberg, Catherine – pages 24, 92-93, 167, 211

Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts – page 199

pak'ma'ra – pages 270, 330

Paladini, Mark – pages 185, 199

Pankin, Stuart – page 262

"Paragon of Animals, The" – pages 82, 115, 121, 127

Paramount – pages 172, 235, 266

Pasadena, California – page 247

"Patterns of the Soul" – page 285

Peck, Gregory – page 19

Penn & Teller – pages 8, 10, 31, 217, 226

Percodan – page 240

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – page 199

"Phoenix Rising" – pages 17, 19, 22, 41, 68, 89-90, 205-206

Pittsburgh Comicon – page 196

Plummer, Matt – page 122

"Points of Departure" – page 163

Pope Leo – page 227

Port Talbot – page 205

Pozniak, Beata – page 285

PPG – page 143

Prometheus – page 81

Proust, Marcel – page 235

Psi Cops – pages 206, 229

Psi Corps – pages 65, 67, 69, 203, 211

PTEN – pages 1, 317

Pyle, Ernie – page 183

"Quality of Mercy, The" – pages 154, 239, 242

"Racing Mars" – page 176

Radulovic, John – pages 321-322

"Ragged Edge" – pages 11, 17, 21-22, 89, 99, 137, 156

Raimi, Sam – page 215

Ralgans – pages 265, 282, 324, 327, 329

Rangers – pages 30, 41, 103, 126, 201

Rebo – pages 6, 8, 10, 225-226

Refa, Antono – page 155

"Reptile Boy" (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) – page 198

Return of the Jedi – page 307

Riley, James – page 262

"Rising Star" – pages 119, 131, 285, 289-290

Ritz-Carlton – page 247

River of Souls, The – pages 236, 247, 253, 257-259, 262-265, 267-271, 277-278, 280-281, 325

Robbins, Jana – pages 62, 293

Robinson, William – page 43

Robot Jox – pages 300-301

Rogers, Ginger – page 237

Romania – page 198

Roosevelt, Franklin – pages 232-233

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern – page 231

Rossall, Kerry – page 122

"Ruling From the Tomb" – page 46

"Rumors, Bargains and Lies" – page 8

Rundgren, Todd – page 317

Sachs, Robin – pages 97, 200

Salomi – page 227

San Diego Repertory Theater – page 199

San Fernando Valley – page 222

Santa Clarita – page 321

Santa Maria – page 199

Satan – page 201

Schneider, Mark – page 117

Schöne, Reiner – pages 27, 200

Scoggins, Tracy – pages 7, 23-24, 31, 59, 68, 71, 76, 92-94, 113, 128-129, 151-153, 165, 167-169, 192, 203, 216-218, 253-254, 258, 263, 277, 294

Scully, Dana – page 12

Seagal, Steven – page 20

"Secrets of the Soul" – pages 11, 62, 69, 204, 245, 249, 270, 290

Seinfeld – page 235

Serling, Carol – page 43

Serling, Rod – page 43

"Severed Dreams" – page 100

Shadows – pages 36, 104, 236, 276

Shakespeare, William – pages 79, 205, 241, 244, 279

Shankar, Naren – page 223

Sheen, Charlie – page 327

Sheen, Martin – pages 253, 259-261, 263, 266, 268-269, 277-278, 280-282, 325-328

Shelley, Percy Bysshe – page 202

Sheppard, W. Morgan – pages 325-326

Sheridan, John – pages 7, 9, 32, 50, 81-82, 90, 92, 97, 100, 108, 123, 131, 134, 164-165, 169, 224, 231, 245-246, 248, 250, 258, 276, 288-290, 310

Sherwood, Rob – page 147

Shirley – page 235

Siegel, Brad – page 247

Simmons, Richard – page 70

Simpsons, The – pages 79, 226, 229

Sinclair, Jeffrey – pages 2, 17, 134, 148-149

"Sleeping in Light" – pages 1-2, 58, 90, 245-246, 267

Slippage – page 233

Slonaker, Kat – page 247

Smith (Lost in Space) – page 44

"Soul Hunter" – pages 253, 259-260, 263, 265, 267-268, 277-278, 280-281, 325

Spielberg, Steven – page 44

St. Paul, Minnesota – page 215

Star Trek – pages 11, 18, 45, 58, 71, 186, 194, 198, 204, 222, 229, 235-236, 286, 300, 302, 305-306, 325-326

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – pages 129, 204, 323

Star Trek: The Next Generation – pages 300, 319

Star Trek: Voyager – pages 18, 129, 309

Starfury – pages 17, 82, 307-309, 311, 316

Stark, Don – page 262

Stears, John – page 322

Stefano, Joe – page 223

Steinbeck, John – page 183

Sternbach, Rick – page 309

Sternlicht, Suzanne Chambre – page 263

Straczynski, J. Michael – pages 1-2, 4-5, 11, 16, 18, 21, 27, 35-36, 41, 45, 47, 53, 57, 60, 65, 67, 75, 80, 84-85, 88-94, 100, 103, 106, 109, 127, 145, 157, 163, 175, 186, 191, 193, 202, 210-211, 222-223, 228, 241, 247, 250, 254, 257-259, 267-273, 275, 281, 285, 302, 317, 325

"Strange Relations" – pages 98, 100, 134, 153-154, 221, 239

Sturgeon, Theodore – page 11

Sullivan, Ed – page 83

"Summoning, The" – page 199

Sun Valley, California – pages 86, 112, 189

"Survivors" – pages 130, 136

Swayze, Patrick – page 21

Sweeterman, Wally – page 3

Ta'Lon – pages 20-21

Tafiq – page 137

Tal – pages 62, 293

Tallman, Patricia – pages 63, 65-73, 77-78, 132, 153, 165, 196, 203-204, 220, 258, 291-292, 322

Talosians – page 326

Tana – page 20

Teague, Marshall – pages 20-21

telepath – pages 11, 65, 67, 69-70, 113, 169, 181, 202-203, 205-206, 272, 290-291, 293

Television Critics Associaion (TCA) – page 247

Teller (SEE ALSO Penn & Teller) – pages 8, 10, 31, 217, 226

Tennyson, Alfred – page 130

Terminator 2: Judgement Day – pages 301, 310

Texas – pages 9, 192

Thirdspace – pages 24, 174-175, 269, 275-277

Thompson, Andrea – pages 135, 284

Thompson, Evan – page 321

Thornton, Ron – pages 297, 299-303, 307-309, 311-312, 316-323

Thunderbirds – page 320

Thunderbolt – page 311

Time Trax – page 318

"TKO" – page 101

TNT – pages 1-2, 16, 41, 47, 51, 62, 71, 76, 80, 109-110, 112-113, 131, 133, 141, 148, 166, 185, 228, 236, 247, 254, 262, 268-269, 275-276

To Dream in the City of Sorrows – page 234

Tokyo, Japan – page 20

Tomita, Tamlyn – page 227

"Tragedy of Telepaths" – pages 155, 290, 293

Trapper John – page 53

Trent, Elizabeth – page 24

Treviño, Jesús Salvador – pages 107, 175-176, 245, 247, 251

Twilight Zone – pages 44, 221, 228

Twilight Zone: The Movie – page 43

Tyree, Adira – pages 7-8, 156, 218

Udenio, Fabiana – pages 156, 218

Under Siege – page 20

Untouchables, The – page 232

UPN – page 109

Valen – page 201

van Vogt, A.E. – page 223

Varela, Linda – page 162

Vasquez Rocks – page 18

VCE – page 300

Vejar, Michael – pages 16, 54, 57, 69, 107, 131, 138, 171, 211, 247, 251

Venice, Italy – page 18

Verano – page 199

Verona – page 227

"Very Long Night of Londo Mollari, The" – pages 49, 103, 150, 175

Video jela, zelen bor – page 31

Video Toaster – page 318

"View from the Gallery, A" – pages 145, 153, 163, 169-170, 175, 177, 183, 185, 193, 195, 204, 231-232, 254, 271-272

Virini – pages 97, 154, 159, 239, 249

Vitari – page 154

"Voice in the Wilderness, A" – page 115

Vorlon – pages 65, 68, 70, 73, 258, 292, 303, 309, 319-321

Vulich, John – pages 297, 304, 307, 325-331

"Walkabout" – pages 97, 256

Walters, Mark – page 18

"War Without End, The" – page 84

Ward, Fred – page 177

Warner Bros – pages 1, 71, 86, 93, 109, 113, 132, 141, 210, 226-229, 236, 254, 268, 301

Warner, David – page 177

Wasser, Ed – pages 34-38, 217

Weitz, Julie – page 247

"Well of Forever, The" – page 51

Werewolf Reborn!, The – page 198

Weybridge, England – page 205

Wheaton, John – pages 281, 324

Whedon, Joss – page 228

"Wheel of Fire, The" – pages 63, 65, 67, 127, 160, 163-165, 221, 239, 249, 257

White Plains, New York – page 253

White Star – pages 55, 99, 103-104, 250

Whitey – page 185

Williams, Montel – page 172

Wisconsin – page 219

Wise, Douglas E. – pages 17, 52-58, 249-251

Woronov, Mary – page 284

Xena: Warrior Princess – pages 170, 219

Xenocide – page 219

Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, The – page 323

Yugoslavia – pages 29-30, 123

Zanetti, Cinzia – page 40

Zangara, Giuseppe – pages 232-233

Zathras – page 277

Zeitgeist – page 311

Zimbalist, Efrem, Jr. – pages 117-118, 233

Zmuda, Mike – pages 14, 26, 40, 74, 88, 96, 102, 161, 274

Zócalo – pages 55, 88, 151, 162, 164, 258, 288

Zoe – page 216

Zooty – pages 6, 8, 10, 225-226

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