“With all due respect, that was grade-A stupid. I mean, what if the guy would have gone for it? I mean, what if he would have just blown your brains all over the place? What if he… What’s that?”
“Energy cap. I palmed it when I shoved the gun in his pocket.”
“You are going to give me an ulcer.”
“Okay, okay, next time I’ll give him a live gun. You really do want that promotion, don’t you?”
BTW-I would just like to point out that only in the B5 fandom would a lightbulb joke make us all cry.
When Londo feels attack unexpectedly:
"How many Centauri does it take to, erm, “screw in a lightbulb”? Just one! But in the great old days of the Republic, hundreds of servants would change a thousand lightbulbs at our slightest whim! …Well, I guess you had to be there."
Londo Mollari, “Convictions”
i just realised that at the start of the series londo and g’kar wanted to murder each other and in the end they got to and it made me very sad
So I’ve come to the decision, there’s only one person on this station that I can trust implicitly. You.
Because the world needs more Vir.
"…even for people like us."
- Susan Ivanova, Babylon 5 (via faithmanages)
# no # no no no # this is where it all goes to tears # because as moved as we were by the characters and their journeys # and as heartbreaking and impactful as the themes and plot were # and as much as we laughed and cheered and grieved for everyone and everything # the show was ultimately about *us* # about the individual. about life. # everyone sees something of themselves in the show; we all know a londo and we’ve all been vir #we’ve had ivanova days and delenn nights # and babylon 5 is where all of these people - all of these facets of us - have come together # all these misfits and outcasts and slightly broken creatures found a home there. a life. a purpose. # and we are those misfits and outcasts and slightly broken creatures. # but humans build communities. # and babylon 5 is *our* community