An impressive man in medieval armor arrives on the station, claiming to be King Arthur. Is he the genuine hero, sent by the Vorlons? If not, who is he and what are his secrets?

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An impressive man in medieval armor arrives on the station, claiming to be King Arthur. Is he the genuine hero, sent by the Vorlons? If not, who is he and what are his secrets?

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22 April 1996 (USA)  »

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This takes place in July 2260. See more »

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The amount of beverage in G'kar's glass changes between angles. See more »

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[first lines]
Cmdr. Susan Ivanova: Well, that's the first
[ship coming through the jump gate]
Cmdr. Susan Ivanova: . It'll take a long time to get the level of trade back to where it was before we broke away from Earth...
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Fun to watch, but dumb
19 January 2007 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This is both one of the more fun episodes to watch BUT also one of the dumbest episodes as well--an odd combination, to say the least! So why is it so dumb? Well, Michael York plays a man who thinks he's King Arthur! With this premise, how can the episode not be pretty lame?! Sure, later in the episode they give a pretty rational explanation for this delusion (thank goodness), but this doesn't completely salvage the show. But, fortunately, there was a wonderful injection of humor that lightened the mood (especially since a lot of this show was very dark). This occurs after "Arthur" gets in a fight with some thugs and meets G'Kar in the process. Watching them partying afterward and becoming blood brothers was a real hoot. But, considering the whole Arthur angle and how this show has NOTHING to do with the ongoing plots on B-5, it's a pretty skip-able episode.


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