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This article is about the episode of Babylon 5. For the Brakiri religious festival, see: Day of the Dead
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DAY OF THE DEAD
Babylon 5, Episode 5x08
Production number: 511
First aired: 11 March 1998
96th Babylon 5 episode to be aired
Production Credits
Written By: Neil Gaiman
Directed By: Doug Lefler
Executive Producer: Douglas Netter
& J. Michael Straczynski
Producer: John Copeland
Production Designer: John Iacovelli
Director of Photography: John C. Flinn, III A.S.C.
Editor: Skip Robinson
Music By: Christopher Franke
Episode Chronology
Story Date: March 3rd, 2262
Chronological Order
Preceded by: A View from the Gallery
Followed by: Learning Curve
Broadcast Order
Preceded by: Secrets of the Soul
Followed by: In the Kingdom of the Blind
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CastEdit

Regular
Guest Starring
Special Appearance by
Co-Starring
Featuring

Cast NotesEdit

SummaryEdit

IntroEdit

Act IEdit

Act IIEdit

Act IIIEdit

Act IVEdit

Act VEdit

Memorable QuotesEdit

..."Because it tells me so"...

Zooty's whisper to President Sheridan about the device he uses

NotesEdit

  • Dodger's observation that "any Emily Dickinson poem can be sung to the tune of 'The Yellow Rose of Texas'" echoes the same comment in the Hugo Award-winning satirical short story, "The Soul Selects Her Own Society: Invasion and Repulsion: A Chronological Reinterpretation of Two of Emily Dickinson's Poems: A Wellsian Perspective," written by Connie Willis and published in 1996 in Asimov's Science Fiction and War of the Worlds: Global Dispatches[1][2].

DVD ReleaseEdit

This episode, along with the other 21 from Season 5 have been released on DVD with extensive Special Features.

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1997 Hugo Awards
  2. War of the Worlds: Global Dispatches

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