Babylon 5: Season 2, Episode 2

Revelations (9 Nov. 1994)

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G'Kar brings news of an old enemies return. Dr. Franklin tries to bring Garibaldi out from his coma. Delenn returns, quite changed.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Richard Biggs ...
Vir Cotto (credit only)
Warren Keffer (credit only)
Mary Kay Adams ...
Elizabeth Sheridan


G'Kar brings news of an old enemies return. Dr. Franklin tries to bring Garibaldi out from his coma. Delenn returns, quite changed.

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The poem G'Kar reads to his assistant is "The Second Coming" by William Butler Yeats. See more »


[first lines]
Man #1: [over radio] This is Team 3. We are in position and ready for transport.
Man #2: [over radio] Team 3, ready that.
Londo Mollari: This is madness! How much longer will this Council be held hostage to its missing members? Their behavior in inexcusable.
Lennier: Ambassador Delenn remains indisposed.
Londo Mollari: Indisposed. She's in a cocoon!
Lennier: Yes?
Londo Mollari: [to Na'Toth] And you. Do you have any idea when Ambassador G'Kar will decide to grace us with his presence? For that matter do you have any idea where he is? - There you see. One deserts ...
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pretty much a follow-up from the last episode
5 January 2007 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This episode is pretty much a continuation of the last episode and it is a purely transitional episode--linking season 1 with season 2 and setting the stage for future episodes. As a result, not a lot is accomplished per se in the episode--it's more like sitting back and watching everything being put in place for future action. For example, Garibaldi is STILL in a coma from the end of season 1, people are still trying to get used to the replacement of Commander Sinclair and G'Kar is off on some unknown mission and you are waiting to find out what he is up to. While this makes for a not especially satisfying episode by itself, it did a good job of getting the ball slowly rolling.

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