|On Apr 30, 5:53 am, Richard Fallstrom <rick.fallst...@donobi.net>
> In article <46354699$0$23131$9b4e6...@newsspool1.arcor-online.net>,
> Angelika Tobisch <kam...@arcor.de> wrote:
> > Jan schrieb:
> > > As for head in the sand...how many of those same people never seemed to
> > > understand that it was a five year story and not likely to ever become a
> > > six or
> > > seven year story? Bruce Boxleitner. Pat Tallman. Jeffrey Willerth. Jerry
> > > Doyle. Those are just the ones I've personally heard say that B5 should
> > > have
> > > continued past five years.
> > Not to mention people who refused to accept they'd get their place in
> > the spotlight later on in the arc or blew contract negotiations, but
> > were lucky enough to get a second chance. The fact that there's still
> > controversy about this particular incident just goes to show how much of
> > a fan favorite Ivanova really was.
> > And, hey, "the way I figure it, we are all entitled to one really big,
> > incredibly stupid screw-up in our lives." I'm not saying this was hers
> > because that's so not for me to judge, but I'm sure as hell not going to
> > be angry at anybody for something like that a decade after the fact. As
> > much as I love the show and as much as I missed Ivanova in S5, I've
> > always thought that if you're going to be angry, you might as well go
> > for the really big stuff, and that's not part of it in my book. Now, if
> > I had somehow been personally involved, that would be something else
> > completely.
> > Angelika
> > P.S. I do, however, consider it important enough for me to wish I'd
> > finally get that $%&/ book ;)
> Something I remember from Season 5 is Claudia did get a "walk-on" part
> as a Centauri who flirted with G'kar in his role as Lando's bodyguard.
Urban myth. Never happened.