It is the Brakiri Day of the Dead. They purchase a large section of the station for their holiday. That night everyone in that sector meets with people who have passed away. Most of the ... See full summary »

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It is the Brakiri Day of the Dead. They purchase a large section of the station for their holiday. That night everyone in that sector meets with people who have passed away. Most of the inhabitants of the sector are happy to see their loved ones, but Lennier's encounter leaves him with troubling news about his future. Written by Jesse Sanchez

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Two of the headlines in Morden's newspaper: "Earth Senate Votes for More Funding for Titan Terraforming", and, "Narn Consulate Opens on Mars Amid Much Controversey". See more »

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Dodger tells Garibaldi that any Emily Dickinson poem can be sung to the tune of "The Yellow Rose of Texas." While this is true of most (though not all) Dickinson poems, the one which Dodger sings as an example is actually a poem by Edna St. Vincent Millay. See more »

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Customs Officer: Anything to declare?
Rebo: I have nothing to declare, my dear man, except my genius!
Zooty: And I have nothing to declare except Rebo's genius either. - Zooty-zoot, zoot, zoot!
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Interesting Premise
25 January 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Brakari "rent" a section of Babylon 5 - Which "becomes" part of the Brakari Homeworld for all intents and purposes. Literally AND Figuratively - Much to the chagrin of Garibaldi and Lockley, who just could NOT kick back and enjoy it! All I know, is if I were there, I'd be happy to talk to whoever is brought back - And I would not waste as much time as Garibaldi wasted - Especially with that woman, who he did not get to Boff before she was killed in action.

Even Poor Lennier, had an opportunity to pick the mind of Mr. Morden - But in some ways, Lennier was a SNOB, and was a victim of his own Minbari Religion. Kind of like, a bunch of my Friends who are the same way - Too religious to really take advantage of anything.

I like the premise, and the way the ep unfolds. Very good writing, very JMS - Even though it was written by Comic Book veteran Neil Gaiman. One of the best Season 5 B5 Eps.


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