Seriously, it’s like this whole show is a porn that they edited the the sexy parts out of. — Zephyr Forest on ‘Babylon 5’ (via upbeatandupwing)
100 things you may not have known about Star Trek:
001. With appearances as a regular in eleven total seasons (seven in The Next Generation and four in Deep Space Nine) and four films, Worf, played by Michael Dorn, holds the record by far for the most appearances in the Star Trek franchise. Originally, Worf was conceptualized as a minor recurring character for the first seven episodes of The Next Generation as a temporary “Klingon Marine” aboard the Enterprise, but the “presence” Michael Dorn brought to the character in the pilot episode impressed producers so much that they decided to make him a regular.
it’s because michael dorn is THE klingon. his presence and acting style redefined the entire species. it wasn’t the ridges that changed the klingons…it was dorn.
michael dorn is the klingon
marc alaimo is the cardassian
armin shimmerman is the ferengi
michelle forbes is the bajoran
other actors play other members of the species, but these are the actors who really defined the culture, the people, the bodies and the physical presence.
Anonymous asked: WOW, I just lost a bunch of weight using the OFFICIAL TUMBLR DIET!! Are u using it as well?
(reposting this as a text post rather than as a reblog because it doesn’t want to show up in the B5 tag otherwise *pouts*)
Imagine your OTP getting into a heated argument and person A accidentally confesses their love for person B out of frustration
Oh can someone PLEASE do a Londo/G’Kar of this???
Because it seems I can’t refuse anyone who uses the words “please” and “Londo/G’Kar” in one sentence, so… Here you go! (Written in an hour’s time while I was only half awake, and playing fast and loose with canon, so please forgive me for any mistakes.)
We Are One
“Great Maker.” Londo pinched the bridge of his nose. “Remind me, please, whose idea was this Alliance again? Did we not think an Alliance would make it easier to come to agreements, instead of a hundred times as hard?” He had to shout to be heard over the din. The other ambassadors were filing out of the council room, a chaotic mass of Gaim and Drazi and Brakiri and a dozen other races shouting and bickering and elbowing each other in frustration as they made their way outside. When they had all gone, it was just him, Delenn and Sheridan, and of course G’Kar left.
those albums that you can listen to straight through without skipping any songs
(Source: jesuschristvevo, via chrisynova)
literally me rn
imagine if the next fashion era we recycle is elizabethan.