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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This takes place in July 2259. See more »

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[first lines]
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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Wonderful character development
24 July 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I think this episode in particular is the greatest episode for both G'Kar and Londo's characters with some stunning performances by Peter Jurasik and Andreas Katsulas.

We begin to see Londo's regret for what his choices have brought him, a galaxy where he is respected and feared. With some brilliant acting by Peter Jurasik, we see Londo rethinking his "all glory to the Republic" mindset when he finds out what he might lose.

G'Kar starts to realize how much his own personal hatred will cost his people, indeed how hatred costs everyone who hates. We also see G'Kar start to lead his people away from their blind rage, at the request of Captain Sheridan.

The subplot of Ivanova's interaction with the new alien race, while entertaining, could've done without the sex scene awkwardness. I wonder how many takes it took before nobody laughed.


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