ATTN JMS: Lurker's Guide?

B5JMS Poster b5jms-owner at
Sun Dec 15 06:24:20 EST 1996

Subject: ATTN JMS: Lurker's Guide?
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s  1: Dec 13, 1996: pokerfac at (Lee Hutchinson )
*  2: Dec 14, 1996: jmsatb5 at (Jms at B5)


From: pokerfac at (Lee Hutchinson )
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Hello, Joe!  First, the standard thanks and congrats:  Thank you for
Babylon 5!  It is the only show on television that I watch religiously.
A masterpiece.

My question is this:  What are you feelings on the Lurker's Guide?  To
most of us lurkers, it is an invaluable resource; really, it's the only
compendium that we have, full of plot points, synopses, snippets of
your postings, run times, everything.  Do you ever look at it?

Let me rephraise that--do you ever look at it and, when you hit the
"Unanswered Questions" sections for an episode, sit there and laugh to
yourself about how you already know all the answers and we have to wait
years to find out??  :)

And on a more serious note, what do you think the legal ramifications
about a Lurker's Guide CD after the series finishes its run would be?


Lee Hutchinson
Pokerfac at
"One hundred and six miles to Chicago; we got a full tank of gas, a half-
pack of cigarettes, it's dark, and we're wearing sunglasses."

"Hit it."


From: jmsatb5 at (Jms at B5)
Lines: 10

I think The Lurker's Guide is an invaluable resource; I check it often
when I need a quick fact about a prior episode and don't want to hassle
with digging through scripts or tapes to find it.


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