The Psi-Cops arrive at the station to capture Talia's old Psi Corps instructor. Catherine is warned not to survey a sector of space by G'Kar.

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Delenn (credit only)
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Dr. Steven Franklin (credit only)
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Vir Cotto (credit only)
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Lennier (credit only)
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Na'Toth (as Caitlin Brown) (credit only)
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Londo Mollari (credit only)
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The Psi-Cops arrive at the station to capture Talia's old Psi Corps instructor. Catherine is warned not to survey a sector of space by G'Kar.

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2 March 1994 (USA)  »

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The special goodbye salute used by Alfred Bester (Walter Koenig ) in the episode "Mind War" is the same one used in the short-lived series, The Prisoner (1967). The salute - and the catchphrase "Be seeing you" from the same show - were also used by other characters throughout the first season, all of whom turned out to be Earthdome "mole" agents or affiliated with PsiCorps. See more »

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Ironheart mispronounces the term serotonin. See more »

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starfury pilot: This is Earth Alliance Squadron Black Omega to stolen transport. You are ordered to surrender and prepare to be boarded...
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References The Prisoner (1967) See more »

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The making of the show
14 November 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Up until this episode the fact is it had all been a bit silly. Not the concept .... that was really quite good, but some of the story lines and scripting was a bit ... well ... childish. But this episode ... wow ... took two great concepts, the psi corps, and some alien life form so advanced we were little more than ants ... well that's great sci-fi. For me this was the making of this series, and although it could never escape it's cliché-ed scripting, it now had a quality that made it worth watching, and the Sinclair and Shadow War made for a good story. B5 became quality Sci-Fi, and I can think of no greater acknowledgement from my point of view ... (to follow Uncle Albert's lead.)


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