Babylon 5 (1994–1998)
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Visitors to the station include Londo's three wives and Talia's ex-husband. Delenn has a bad hair day.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Capt. John Sheridan
Michael Garibaldi
Talia Winters
Warren Keffer (credit only)
Na'Toth (credit only)
Matthew Stoner
Blair Valk ...


Visitors to the station include Londo's three wives and Talia's ex-husband. Delenn has a bad hair day.

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14 December 1994 (USA)  »

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Mira Furlan begged Peter David to take out the scene where Delenn asks Ivanova why she's suddenly beginning to have abdominal cramps, as she felt it was very infantile humor, but David thought it was necessary to the overall story arch of Delenn's change, and a possible hint that Delenn may now be capable of bearing a human child. See more »


During the scenes in Molari's quarters where Vir is delaying Molari's wives, the door to his quarters is standing wide open for no reason, and when Molari finally does show up, the door opening sound plays even though the door was already open, and then finally shuts. See more »


[first lines]
Vir Cotto: [practicing to welcome Mollari's wives] It is a *pleasure* to meet you. It *is* a pleasure to meet you. It is a pleasure to meet you.
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So much "filler"--this episode is worth seeing, but on just,...
5 January 2007 | by See all my reviews

Ho-hum. This is one of the type of episodes that I don't particularly love on BABYLON 5--the overall series plots aren't particularly explored and the "action" in the episode is pretty muted. It really seems like an excellent example of a "filler episode"--one that is okay but isn't especially memorable.

The first plot involves Talia and her never before mentioned ex-husband. While the idea of the Psi Corps arranging marriages JUST for the genetic possibilities of their offspring, this interesting plot idea never really gets fully explored and is pretty much dropped after this episode.

The second plot is a funny one, as Londo is granted a special favor from the Emporer for his great service to the Empire--he's being allowed to divorce all but one of his worthless wives. So, he brings all three to the station and works on deciding which one to keep--the super-suck up who pretends to care about him, the shrew who tries to act nice when he's around or the one who is brutally honest and could care less which wife Londo picks! This last one is a big contrast to the other two because they spend so much time in the episode trying to convince Londo to keep them--thus keeping their perks and prestige as his wife. How this is all worked out is pretty good. By the way, the ambivalent wife is played by Jane Carr--the voice of Cosmo's mother in "Fairly Odd Parents" as well as many other cartoons.

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