Talk:Racing Mars

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Keeper - first mention[edit]

I removed the mention of this being the first sighting of the keeper. In fact, one appeard on the Centauri Regent's (I can never remember his name)shoulder a few episodes ago (I'm watching them all over the course of a few days). CynicalMe 00:45, 29 August 2006 (UTC)

Arc Significance[edit]

First off, the Arc Significance section in general is borderline, its like a cross between trivia and a really short plot outline, "Trivia That Is Important to the Plot of the Show" section would work just as well. But whatever, having a little point by point thing to explain important plot happens is kinda usefull. But how is "We see signs of friction between Garibaldi and Sheridan." and "Much to his chagrin, Sheridan learns the proper, albeit embarrassing, Minbari method of discovering a partner's pleasure centers." important to the Plot of the television series. Thats as important as Sheridan's flarn needing some salt. Except the former, if it turns into something more than "They occasionally don't get along" all the other times you put what what it turns into though. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 24.137.207.191 (talk) 02:03, 2 February 2008 (UTC)

A new pope[edit]

A throwaway line by Garibaldi, referring to the Roman Catholic Pope, is "(Sheridan) doesn't look anything like her" - by 2260 in that universe and time line, women are allowed to be pope. Hmm. More Vorlon influence? Or Shadow? GBC (talk) 08:13, 18 August 2008 (UTC)