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17-02-2006, 20:24   #16
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just heard the sad news today , R.I.P
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18-02-2006, 14:32   #19
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He was a powerful and honourable character in Babylon 5.
May G'Quan bless his name.
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18-02-2006, 21:18   #20
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After a long, long day at work, a bottle of wine, a few cans, and viewing a couple of season 1 B5 episodes, I raised a solemn toast to a dear TV character.
Best wishes to the health of the rest of the crew too!
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I come accross the B5 forum for the first time to find this.
Very sad G'Kar was my favorite character Andreas played the role with great dignity.

And so many others gone as well
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bugger too soon
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It's hard to believe this is his first anniversary...
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A word from Germany

Isn’t it amazing how involved we all became with what is usually referred to as a "TV series"? But all of us, who watched "Babylon 5", know that this movie is much more than that - a true intellectually and emotionally powerful masterpiece, full of wisdom and spirit, in which each and every one of us found a unique reflection of himself/herself, and which showed us perspectives we had never thought of… It touched us all so deeply that it simply became a part of us. No other movie could ever do this.

Many B5 characters became good friends to us, and we are all grateful for their wonderful gift to us. We faced the sudden death of two of them, Andreas Katsulas and Richard Biggs, with shock and disbelief. It was not a death of some unknown people, but of our friends. Andreas and Richard had lived a wonderful life and touched the hearts of millions, and there they will stay as long as these hearts beat…
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I also was very sad to hear of the loss of Andreas, Richard and Tim.
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He was Commander Tomolok as well from Star Trek. Sad he's gone
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