Finished off season 4 of Babylon 5 the other day. My TV box did a brain fart and failed to record any of the final series, so I'll be stopping here for now. Still, the conclusion actually worked as a finale (as rightly Hicks pointed out, they thought they were getting cancelled), so I'm less mad than I would've been if it had finished on a cliffhanger. I enjoyed it, but probably not something I'll watch again. I don't think watching it alongside another run through the new Battlestar Galactica really helped it, because that show deals with a lot of similar subject matter and I consider it to be cut above.
Also my preconceptions of B5 were seriously warped by a trailer that used to be on a VHS I remember watching endlessly as a child (I think it might've been on some Red Dwarf tapes) - anyway, the trailer really made it seem as though the shadow war was basically the entire point of the show, so I was majorly confused when that got wrapped up near the start of the penultimate season lol. Kinda threw me off everything after, although I started to get back into it towards the end.
With that done, I've started on Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Despite loving it, I've never really watched it religiously or in any order before, so this is essentially my first time through. Amazing how good it is right from the pilot episode.
Lecherous postscript: I never thought Stephanie Beatriz looked as good in real life when she's not doing the angry Rosa bit, but she smiles more in these early episodes and manages to remain smoking hot. Not even sure why that's important.