Kosh's ship arrives at the station bearing a surprise visitor, Lyta Alexander returns after visiting the Vorlon home world. Brother Edward, a monk with Brother Theo visits with Delenn to ... See full summary »

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Kosh's ship arrives at the station bearing a surprise visitor, Lyta Alexander returns after visiting the Vorlon home world. Brother Edward, a monk with Brother Theo visits with Delenn to discuss religion. Soon he begins to hear voices. They discover that Edward is experiencing repressed memories, someone is forcing him to relive past moments. Why would someone make a monk relive such horrors? Written by Jesse Sanchez

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27 November 1995 (USA)  »

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This takes place from January 18 to February 4, 2260. See more »

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Cmdr. Susan Ivanova: You realize this is an extremely dangerous situation.
Brother Edward: He's been through much worse.
Cmdr. Susan Ivanova: I think he's doomed.
Brother Edward: Not a chance.
Cmdr. Susan Ivanova: Care to put money on that?
Brother Edward: Gambling is one of the lesser sins. I've always thought if you're gonna sin you may as well go for one of the really big ones.
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Filler,...but EXCELLENT filler nevertheless that will make you think!
11 January 2007 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This episode is highly reminiscent about an earlier one about a the 23rd century's answer to capital punishment. The previous one starred June Lockhart and introduced the idea of "death of personality"--when a convicted murderer has has personality erased by a telepath and the new personality is devoted to a lifetime of service to others. This time, this theme is only revealed towards the end. Up until that time, a nice monk who is serving aboard the station is being terrorized by horrific images of murder and bloodshed. Eventually, you learn that this sweet-natured monk was in fact a recipient of a brain wipe--as he had been convicted of murder years earlier! This is a wonderful moral quandary that is explored, as he is NOW a decent man but the families of his victims STILL want revenge! The best part of the show, though, is the super-ironic twist at the end that make this an episode not to be missed!!


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