A war criminal scientist who is the last of the notorious Dilgars is discovered on B5 bearing an extraordinary medication that all the powers want.

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Delenn (credit only)
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Vir Cotto (credit only)
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Na'Toth (as Caitlin Brown)
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Deathwalker / Jha'Dur
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A war criminal scientist who is the last of the notorious Dilgars is discovered on B5 bearing an extraordinary medication that all the powers want.

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20 April 1994 (USA)  »

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The plot of working with a war criminal for the information they have has parallels with the real world Operation Paperclip. This was an American operation following World War 2 in which Nazi scientists were smuggled to the US in order to help with designs for missiles, rockets and even possible space exploration See more »

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Near the end of the episode, when Jha'Dur is leaving the station, jump-gate opens twice for her: first we see it via a monitor and then, several seconds later, directly. See more »

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[first lines]
Talia Winters: Ambassador Kosh, is there something I can do for you?
Kosh Naranek: I wish to engage your services.
Talia Winters: For what?
Kosh Naranek: Business.
Talia Winters: What sort of business?
Kosh Naranek: Important.
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Interesting Episode
28 December 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The episode has best of both worlds, humour regarding Tira winters tagging with the cryptic speaking kosh and drama regarding the arrival of the infamous 'Deathwalker' Sarah Douglas plays the character 'Deathwalker' very well, the character is arrogant, clever and very evil. I feel it was a wasted idea that rather then have the doomed spin off series 'crusade' they should had made a prequel series about the Dilgar war. In terms of background history regarding earth, the dilgar is essential and this episode helps give you the info in the form of the tyrant 'Deathwalker' The moral arguments is an interesting one but furthermore, the reasons why this woman chooses shelter with the humans (the race that defeated the dilgar) was perfect and cruel in irony and of her twisted humour.

I feel it was a shame that a attempt in creating a prequel regarding the Dilgar was never made as 'Death walker' has all the traits for a classic scfi villain.

Good episode.


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