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"Babylon 5" Into the Fire (TV Episode 1997) Poster

(TV Series)

(1997)

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[One of the ministers has just been appointed regent]

Londo Mollari: The royal court awaits your orders, Regent. If you need any advice, I'll be on Babylon 5. Good day.

[He leaves]

Minister: [to the royal court] I'm thinking...

[He walks over to the window and examines a curtain]

Minister: ...pastels.

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Capt. John Sheridan: Morning gentlemen, this is your wake up call.

[detonates a couple bombs, destroying Vorlon, and Shadow Vessels]

Lyta Alexander: Captain?

Capt. John Sheridan: Hmmm?

Lyta Alexander: They're pissed.

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Marcus Cole: Did we just win?

Cmdr. Susan Ivanova: Don't jinx it.

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Morden: So what are you going to do, Mollari? Huh? Blow up the island.

Londo Mollari: Actually, now that you mention it.

[reveals a remote detonator]

Morden: Noooooo!

[Londo blows up the island]

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[first lines]

Cmdr. Susan Ivanova: Commander's personal log: We're still searching for First Ones to use in our war with the Vorlons and the Shadows. There's less that 24 hours left before everything hits the fan...

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Vir Cotto: I think you should feel happy.

Londo Mollari: Yes perhaps. But every time I have been happy the universe has conspired to do something nasty to me.

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Capt. John Sheridan: It's a new age, Delenn. A third age.

Delenn: Why third?

Capt. John Sheridan: Well, we began in chaos, too primitive to make our own decisions. Then we were manipulated by forces from outside that thought *they* knew what was best for us. And now, - Now we're finally standing on our own.

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[last lines]

Delenn: Strange. The galaxy seems somehow smaller now that the First Ones are gone forever.

Capt. John Sheridan: Feels like the magic's gone.

Delenn: No. Not gone. Now we make our own magic. Now we create our own legends. Now we build the future. Now we stop...

Capt. John Sheridan: Being afraid... of Shadows.

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[in the Centauri throneroom, Palace Guards kill the Shadows accompanying Mr. Morden, which takes heavy fire from their special weapons]

Londo Mollari: [looking at the collateral damage] I will have to have that painted over, I suppose.

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Lyta Alexander: I've heard that some of the Vorlons would be within striking distance of Centauri Prime about the same time we reach Coriana 6. So... why are we here instead of there?

Marcus Cole: 6 billion lives on Coriana. 3 billion lives on Centauri Prime. We have enough ships to make a stand at one of them, so which do you choose? It's numbers - cold, unsympathetic numbers. Let's just hope we pulled enough of the Vorlons away to give the Centauri a chance, or if they've gotten rid of any Shadow influences by now. Otherwise, I wouldn't give you 2 cents for their chances.

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Lorien: Only those whose lives are brief can imagine that love is eternal. You should embrace that remarkable illusion. It may be the greatest gift your race has ever received.

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