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DS9 is good.
But it is a total rip-off of B5.
Deep Space Nine came first, but neither rip each other off.
I was sure B5 came out first?
Or was produced first?
B5 had everything Star Trek never did.
It was not a bright future, where everyone was happy, had what they need, pursued their interests with no thought of money, at peace with almost everyone like Star Trek.
On B5 it was dark, dirty, full of war, homelessness, drugs, and so on.
Even the locations.
Both are super far out away from Earth and it's hommies. Out on the dangerous frontier.
Both stationed to protect a wormhole.
Both non-exploratory like other Star Treks, but stationary. The aliens and action came to them.
In both, the main character was like a messiah to the alien religions.
Too many parallels to be coincidence.
Going by air dates, Deep Space nine came first as it started in January of 93, and Babylon 5 aired it's pilot episode in May of 93. I don't know when either of them started Pre-production or anything like that.
Deep Space Nine wasn't a happy show either. The Dominion War arc lasted two seasons (likely an influence from Babylon 5). The station was a hodge podge of three different species technology so nothing worked causing issues on the station. DS9 wasn't created to protect a wormhole, the wormhole was discovered after the UFP started running it. Also the show had exploration, exploring the Gamma Quadrant.
The shows were similar, too similar, but to say they ripped each other off may be naive. Different aspects of each show likely influenced the other as each show ran seeing how they were both similar enough at start.
Well, DS9 was not "built" to protect the wormhole. But that was still it's primary function.
As I understand it, Strazinsky had his whole plot written out from the beginning. He planned a 5 year story arc. Beginning, middle, and ending. He did not want a 10-20
year sci-fi empire. Star Trek more or less worked from season to season with writers. Of Course Strazinsky may have made adaptations as well, it is possible.
I only skimmed the article I listed, it was not a read. But from what I gleaned, as he was trying to sell his show, one of the producers stole his idea and then said they did not want to produce it. Maybe not as sinister as it sounds.
Sure the shows were different. But they have some connection somewhere.
I love them both.
I am so thankful for torrents.
I have not seen these shows in 20 years, and now my wife and I have watched through them several times. My kids like B5 the most though. More spaceship scenes! And my wife finally knows it is not live footage from a documentary
She grew up in a bamboo hut. She still does not know how microwaves work without fire.
And did you know René Auberjonois is related to Napoleon Bonaparte? I think in 2 or 3 different ways.He also has Russian Noble blood as well.
His family left America and moved to Paris when he was young. That is where he became an actor.
He has a cool French legacy for an American.
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