Garibaldi is blamed for an accident aboard B5, leading to his return to the bottle.
Did You Know?
In the back of the Happy Daze bar in Down Below that Garibaldi went to hide, there is a neon sign for Zima, a carbonated alcoholic beverage. The set designers included it as a joke, reasoning it was one of the few products from the 20th century still available during the time frame the series was set, the mid-23rd century. Unfortunately the beverage was discontinued in 2008. See more
We later discover that all Earthforce personnel's Comlinks are genetically engineered to each specific user, so Garibaldi should not have been able to use another person's link to call Ivanova. (When Marcus later tried to use another person's link later to contact Security, it would not work for him.) See more
Rumors are still running rampant in Earth Dome as President Luis Santiago continues his journey to Babylon 5. While the president is scheduled to present a new fighter wing to the station, many believe his real reason for the visit is to build support for his new alien immigration and trade agreements, which have met with strong opposition in the Senate.