A mysterious alien who steals the souls of the living arrives on the station putting Delenn's life in danger.

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Talia Winters (credit only)
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Londo Mollari (credit only)
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A mysterious alien who steals the souls of the living arrives on the station putting Delenn's life in danger.

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The red tube and plunger of the soul hunter's apparatus located at Delenn's ankle is a 'solder-sucker' used by electronic technicians to de-solder circuit board components. See more »

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When the Soul Hunter is on his way to find the commander, he passes a sign on the wall that says (sic) "Securty Area" See more »

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Not a terribly important episode, but worthy nonetheless
20 September 2011 | by (White Plains, NY) – See all my reviews

The universe of Babylon 5 is rich and full of depth. So many cultures, all with different beliefs on life, death, the soul, the afterlife. The clash of these ideals is nicely displayed in this episode, and profound questions are raised about who is right regarding these philosophical questions in such a heterogeneous universe. And, as with all good sci-fi, it parallels the human condition with our own wildly differing ideas on these questions.

This episode is not without its faults, but this can be expected and forgiven in the first season. The conflict between the soul hunter and Delenn was well done, as was the acting by both characters. There are a couple of episodes that could be skipped in season 1; this is not one of them.


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