A Colonel investigates Sinclair and his command staff for recent station actions.

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Na'Toth (as Caitlin Brown) (credit only)
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Marie Chambers ...
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A Colonel investigates Sinclair and his command staff for recent station actions.

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The scene of Garibaldi (Jerry Doyle) and Lennier (Bill Mumy) riding on the motorcycle had to be done with CGI because Doyle said he'd had bad experiences with motorcycles, and refused to drive one. See more »

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Michael Garibaldi: [interrupted assembling a motorcycle by beeping] Stop program. Open.
Lennier: Forgive me for disturbing you in your quarters, Mr. Garibaldi. But I've had urgent orders from Ambassador Delenn.
Michael Garibaldi: What can I do for the Minbari?
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A definite improvement over the last two episodes
3 January 2007 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

After two wretched episodes that did NOTHING to further the plot and featured really stupid plots, it's nice to see a show like this that returns to what made BABYLON 5 the great show that it was. In many ways, this episode is similar to an earlier one where Sinclair was kidnapped by a rogue group that tried to determine what this "hole in Sinclair's mind" was and why he'd survived an attempt to ramp a Centauri cruiser. However, instead of a rogue group, this is an official investigation by Earth-Gov and a hard as nails Colonel arrives to grill Sinclair along with the help of a telepath. However, it quickly becomes obvious that this really is a personal vendetta and the Colonel is more interested in destroying Sinclair than uncovering the truth. An excellent episode with some exciting moments.


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