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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Zack Allen (credit only)
Lt. David Corwin (as Joshua Cox)


Londo and G'Kar return to Centauri Prime to figure out who in the government started the attacks, and are put in jail. G'Kar eventually figures a way for Londo to get out, and Londo tries to gather support. Garibaldi learns of two member worlds's plans to attack Centauri Prime. He informs Sheridan, who rushes off to try and stop the attack. Delenn and Lennier head back to Minbar to convince the council to build new ships, but are attacked in hyperspace. Lyta and Franklin find out what's been controlling the Centauri attack fleet. Written by Jesse Sanchez

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17 June 1998 (USA)  »

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Londo's line about the burning of his eyes, after G'kar upchucks to get him out of the prison, is a reference to a similar quote from the "7 Dirty Words" sketch by George Carlin. See more »


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Capt. Elizabeth Lochley: Personal journal, Captain Elizabeth Lochley, addendum. The Centauri war continues to spiral out of control. The threat of retaliation has already reached Babylon 5. Over a half dozen Centauri have been murdered in just the last three days.
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This arc is great but why didn't they do this earlier in the season?
26 September 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This multi-episode arc begins to unfold excitingly. But my question is: What took you so long? Most of season 5 has been disappointing, with silly or filler episodes that probably led to the series being canceled.

There wasn't going to be a season 5, which is what led to Ivanova (Claudia Christian) leaving the show and not returning for this season. So if you're rolling the dice on a series that is probably headed for future syndication rather than future production, spin-offs and a fruitful franchise (See Star Trek, see Stargate), why not go all in, and throw everything you have at fans and viewers?

This is the kind of sci-fi action thrill that always draws viewers and keeps them tuning in week after week. Sci-fi writers and producers need to understand something: Most sci-fi action fans are men. As such, most viewers don't want to see an evening soap opera in space and for much of season 5, that's what B5 had become.

Now however, it appears that the folks in charge finally got it, and finally get into some action, intrigue and excitement. My only regret is that this arc of episodes could have come much earlier in the season, and had the writers been able to develop a richer fabric for this whole storyline, the season could have ended with a cliffhanger rather than a wrap party, and production plans made for season 6.

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