G'Kar asks Sheridan for Earth Force help in the Narn/Centauri war.

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Talia Winters (credit only)
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Lennier (credit only)
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Lt. Warren Keffer (credit only)
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Narn #1
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Franke
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G'Kar asks Sheridan for Earth Force help in the Narn/Centauri war.

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22 February 1995 (USA)  »

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The "chemically inoffensive" drink that Mollari buys for Garibaldi is a Shirley Temple. You call when Garibaldi starts to laugh when he pulls the cherry out of the glass. See more »

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Narn Second: Environmental controls hit.
Narn Captain: Do we have enough power to jump?
Narn Second: Only if we go right now.
Narn Captain: Prepare for jump.
Narn Second: I'm picking up a distress signal. It's one of the evacuation transports... Seven hundred of our females and children. Centauri forces closing on their position.
Narn Captain: Keep the jump point open as long as you can. And put us between the civilians and the War Cruiser.
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Couldn't stand it
10 September 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I rarely write scathingly negative reviews. But this episode can be skipped without remorse. It is awful.

Frankly, I find Londo to be the most irritating character in this entire series, followed closely by G'Kar. To have an entire episode again focus on the relationship between these too buffoons is just. too. much.

One of the reasons why this "franchise" only lasted five seasons and never resulted in spin-offs is because of episodes like this.

The comedy of the love scene featuring the lovely Ivanova was the only redeeming feature of the entire episode, and I have to wonder if it wasn't written in post-production to save this dismal exploration of Londo and G'Kar.


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