Re: Farscape or Babylon 5?
I do like Lockley, but it's a shame there wasn't any development of the character discovering what was really at stake from outside the perspective she had in the war. She was the good Prussian officer during the war. The government are idiots, but you don't act against them. She never got to learn about the Shadows, Psi Corp, Clark's involvement in assassinating Santiago or any other larger issues. She viewed things from her desk and followed orders with perfect correctness. The kind of officer that corrupt ones avoid and so she didn't get into situations like Sheridan and co. I'd guess he chose her as she'd be seen a good Earth Force officer by the brass on Earth, but untouched by any controversy connected to Clark so she wouldn't be aggravating to the colonies on that score.
We are quicksilver, a fleeting shadow, a distant sound... our home has no boundaries beyond which we cannot pass. We live in music, in a flash of color... we live on the wind and in the sparkle of a star! Endora, Bewitched