Toni Muller <firstname.lastname@example.org> asks:
> I felt frustration and confusion at his situation (how did it get
> this bad? why didn't he get help sooner?
> Question: Can Londo hear the Shadows now because he has turned
> toward the darkness, or was he allowed to hear so he'd be
> intimidated? Our phone rang right after that scene, and I debated
> on whether or not to answer it because I was afraid the person
> would ask me, "What's wrong?" That battle between the Vorlons and
> the Shadows was a joy to watch (can battle be "a joy?"
Thanks. The Kosh stuff, his scene with Sheridan, and his
passing, is very moving. I showed it at Marcon this weekend in Ohio,
and many folks, including Patricia Talman -- who hadn't seen it yet --
were in tears at that. That, to me, is the moment when you know you've
done something, when you can make people *feel* something. Not just a
plot exercise, but you hit down deep where it hurts, or can make
someone laugh. It's all about touching emotion...or what's the point?