Garibaldi investigates a death on the station which leads him to a terrible discovery.
Did You Know?
This was the final episode involving Michael O'Hare
as a series regular. O'Hare's increasingly debilitating case of schizophrenia made it nearly impossible for him to continue working with such a demanding production schedule. The only other person at the time who was fully aware of the diagnosis was series show-runner J. Michael Straczynski, who utilized a so-called "trap door" plot line to have O'Hare's original story-lines transferred to Bruce Boxleitner
, who took over at the beginning of Season 2. At O'Hare's own request, no one else in the cast and crew was aware of the diagnosis, and his difficulty in controlling it led to some strained relations at the time with several members of the cast and crew. See more
As the crowd celebrates New Year the actor in the purple shirt counts down the seconds with his fingers - as he reaches 1 he briefly "flips the bird" before swapping back to the first finger to end the countdown. See more
[arguing before the Council
These unprovoked attacks must stop!
The attacks will stop when the Cenaturi government stops sending hostile ships across the border into Narn space.
Quadrant 37 is neutral territory! The treaty makes that perfectly clear.
The Narn government no longer recognizes the treaty since it was imposed upon our people by force.
Referenced in Arrow: So It Begins