A Minbari military leader's dead body disappears on the station.

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Vir Cotto (credit only)
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Lennier (credit only)
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Na'Toth (as Caitlin Brown)
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Londo Mollari (credit only)
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A Minbari military leader's dead body disappears on the station.

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20 July 1994 (USA)  »

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This takes place in July 2258. See more »

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Michael Garibaldi: I still don't understand why we have to lay out the welcome mat for these guys.
Cmdr. Jeffrey Sinclair: When the greatest warrior leader the Minbari ever had dies suddenly while on a diplomatic tour, it's natural they want to honour him on his journey home.
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Only okay
3 January 2007 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This is only an okay episode, as the biggest problem with the show is that the solution to the theft of a dead Minbari leader's body is pretty obvious and because of this, the writing wasn't all that great. Considering that the humans were NEVER allowed to be near the body or guard it, for the Minbari to later blame Sinclair and make a big fuss about how the humans stole it seems really silly. The only possible explanation is that a Minbari stole it, so the ultimate resolution is no surprise at all!! Also, there is a lot of silly macho posturing in this show--something that seems silly for people as supposedly advanced as the Minbari. However, in general, the antagonism of the Warrior Caste towards the humans is an interesting plot element and does quite a bit to further the ongoing plot. Not a terrible episode, but certainly a bit below average

By the way, my daughter also saw this episode and was really annoyed by the acting of the young telepath. In her words (after I removed the expletives) she was really terrible. But given her age, she hopes that she later improved her craft and was able to deliver better performances.


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