Kosh tests Delenn's allegiance while G'Kar attempts to bring his people together on Babylon 5.

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Dr. Stephen Franklin (credit only)
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Talia Winters (credit only)
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Warren Keffer (credit only)
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Na'Toth (credit only)
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Londo Mollari (credit only)
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Sebastian
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Mr. Chase
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Narn Mother
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Kosh tests Delenn's allegiance while G'Kar attempts to bring his people together on Babylon 5.

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25 October 1995 (USA)  »

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Wayne Alexander, who played Sebastian, actually grew up in California's San Joaquin Valley. He was quite flattered when he learned that his British accent in this episode was so good, audiences in England wholeheartedly accepted Sebastian as an actual Englishman. See more »

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When Sebastian's ship comes out of the jump gate, it flies in reverse. It has correct orientation when seen next approaching B5. See more »

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G'Kar: Does anyone here truly believe the Centauri will stop now that they've seized our territory? We are only the beginning. You, all of you are next!
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14 December 2006 | by (Israel) – See all my reviews

I do not remember a bad episode on this series (first four seasons), not even "Good" ones. This series was excellent from the beginning 'till the end (The REAL end, that is. the end of season 4, not the 5'th which was a prequel for Crusade). This chapter is the best there was. Forth comes Sebastian. Who is Sebastian? What are his relations with the Vorlons? Why does he look like a 19'th century British man? Why was he picked to torment Dellen and Sheridan? Somehow, despite the lack of connection between the "Jack the Ripper" story and the "Babylon 5" story, near the end of the episode you start suspecting the true nature of Sebastian and who he really is. The quote that ends his role (and the episode, I think...) is unforgettable and is my favorite: "Good luck to you in your holy cause, Captain Sheridan. May your choices have better results than mine - remembered not as a messenger. Remembered not as a reformer, not as a prophet, not as a hero, not even as Sebastian. Remembered only... as Jack."


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