Babylon 5 (1994–1998)
Frank: "'Babylon 5' was on last night."
Spence's girlfriend Denise claims to be working on an episode of the series.
Servo: These are the voyages of Babylon 5.
a convention is a joint Star Trek and this show
Mentioned in Mary Catherine skit
Zelda says that Mr. Kraft wants to take her to a Babylon 5 convention.
Miranda Gibson mentions that her mother watches late-night repeats of Babylon 5.
Xander: Not unless you want my collection of Babylon 5 commemorative plates.
References to B5 include the character name Valen and some ship designs, Directed by Michael Vejar, a prolific director in both series.
A character refers to the show
In order to get himself fired, Tim tells his boss "Babylon 5's a big pile of sh**!".
Andrew: "He's got that same look on his face, though. The one that he had that time I highlighted in his Babylon 5 novels."
Dr. Steve Howe mentions "jumpgates from Babylon 5".
The show is mentioned in this episode.
Arthur quotes G'Kar's line about the death of hope being greater than death
Referenced by title in one of Suzi's conversations.
ad on back of magazine
Sally asks Peggy if she's into "Babylon 5."
Name of show appears on a sign at sci-fi convention.
incorrect response in "Podcast Incorporated" category
Pastewka wants to give Albrecht the 5th season of "Babylon 5" on VHS
Pastewka says to his girlfriend that he dont want to go to sleep because he wants to see "Babylon 5"
Gavin and Stuart mention that there was a Babylon 5 marathon on TV.
Referenced by name
During the "Bring down the sky" mission a radio station can be found claiming to be the "Last, best hope for rock." Babylon 5 was the "Last, best hope for peace" in Seasons 1-2 and the "Last, best hope for victory" in Season 3.
"Never start a fight, but always finish it." Dialogue also used in Babylon 5, created by screenwriter J Michael Straczynski.
Leonard suggests it as a compromise between "Saturn 3" and "DS9"
Mentioned by Sheldon
Sheldon and Leonard talk about watching the show.
Leonard mentions the show by name.
The shadow of the alien vessel approaching Earth is that of a Shadow capital ship as seen in Babylon 5.
Raj mentions the show by name.
mentioned when discussing J.M.S.
Title referenced several times.
Linkara is a fan of this show despite insulting the show's creator for writing Spider-Man: One More Day.
Linkara notes that 'Walter Koenig' was also on this TV show.
Mentioned in dialogue
"You are Babylon 5."
Mentioned by Dave.
recalls an episode
a parody of Babylon 5