Lyta Alexander returns to the station with news that one of the officers on the station is an undercover operative.

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Lyta Alexander returns to the station with news that one of the officers on the station is an undercover operative.

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This takes place from October to December 2259. See more »

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In an early scene in "Divided Loyalties" (2.19), what is presumably the director's hand is visible at the bottom of the screen giving Bruce Boxleitner a quick stage direction. See more »

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Capt. John Sheridan: Good morning, ambassador.
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Delenn: After our last encounter with your reporters, I felt that I should be more prepared in the future. I find this notion of the press a fascinating but sometimes troubling concept.
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Majorly Cool Episode!!!
9 January 2007 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This is one of the best episodes of Season Two. This is because unlike shows like Star Trek, on B-5, you never know for sure what will happen to the major characters. They may be killed off, they may become brainwashed or they might just be evil--and this is something about this series that elevate it to greatness. The bottom line is that the characters are subservient to the overall plot--and this is something that truly makes the series unique. There are, on B-5, no "red shirts" who you know are the only ones who can die or be replaced! In this episode, work comes to the station from the original B-5 Telepath (from the pilot movie), Lyta, that there is SOME traitor aboard--someone who is a "mole" who can only be detected through a telepathic scan. One by one, she scans the crew and as the episode ends, it turns out that indeed one of the crew has another personality that, once activated, is totally evil and a slave to the dark forces! Who this is and all the details are something you can find out for yourself, but this unflinching look at evil among your favorite actors is an interesting and novel idea.

FYI--In a daring move, there's some indication in this episode that Ivanova and Talia's relationship is potentially becoming MORE than "just friends" and in a later Season 3 episode, this is confirmed.


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