Reasons Why Delenn Deserves Better

"I'm sorry, Captain. We thought you were dead."
"I was. I'm better now."
The Summoning

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The man is obsessed about oranges. Definitely not a good sign.
Do the words "Starkiller" have any meaning anymore?
Would you want to marry someone who had a Vorlon inside him?
John Sheridan just went through a rebirth ceremony. Therefore, he's barely a year old. Does Delenn really need a baby as a husband?
For that matter, what about a man stupid enough to say "Up Yours" to an angry Vorlon?
The grin. Enough said.
Can we please find an actor who doesn't need to include his wife in every show he's in?
She learned Earth Standard in order to know these 'humans'. She changed her entire body to bridge the gap between them. But Sheridan can't even bother to learn any part of her language?"
"Among my people this is how we celebrate state funerals. Our marriage ceremonies are solemn, sober, moments of reflection, also regret, disagreement, argument and mutual recrimination. Once you know it can't get any worse you can relax and enjoy the marriage. But to start with something like this.. No, it is a very bad sign for the future." --Londo about John & Delenn's marriage
Many thanks to Margaret Moran to coming up with the reasons below...
She spends the night exploring his centers of pleasure, and his reaction is... "Woo-hoo" ???
She has explained the ritualistic nature of Minbari courtship to him very patiently in words of one syllable. Doesn't he read anything other than Universe Today? There *must* have been something in "Eye on Minbar" about it.
To the reason "What use is a man who can't count beyond two" should be added : "and doesn't know the meaning of the word sacred" (Ouch! the sound of Delenn's heart breaking was audible here - he's deaf as well as stupid)
He has Delenn to live for, but he still washes socks as instructed by "Sergeant Slaughter"?

Thunderbirds are go! If he looked like this when he was young, isn't that a good enough reason?

Sheridans Cheesemongers Ltd.
Much thanks to Lynne Ann Morse of Dublin, Ireland for sending us this shopping bag. I think it explains itself.

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