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"Babylon 5" The Hour of the Wolf (TV Episode 1996) Poster

(TV Series)

(1996)

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Susan Ivanova: Lennier, get us the hell out of here!

Lennier: Initiating "getting the hell out of here" maneuver.

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G'Kar: Our thoughts form the universe. They *always* matter.

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Susan Ivanova: Have you ever heard of the hour of the wolf?

Lyta Alexander: No.

Susan Ivanova: My father told me about it. It's the time between 3:00 and 4:00 in the morning. You can't sleep, and all you can see is the troubles and the problems and the ways that your life should've gone but didn't. All you can hear is the sound of your own heart. I've been living in the hour of the wolf for seven days, Lyta. Seven days. The wolf and I are now on a first-name basis. In times like this, my father used to take one large glass of vodka before bed. 'To keep the wolf away,' he said. And then he would take three very small drinks of vodka, just in case she had cubs while she was waiting outside.

[she takes a drink]

Susan Ivanova: It doesn't work.

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G'Kar: [Zack Allen finds G'Kar in Garibaldi's quarters] I was studying this image. Is it one of his household gods?

[G'Kar points at a framed portrait of Daffy Duck]

Zack Allan: No. THat's Daffy -

[laughs]

Zack Allan: yeah, well, in a way, I suppose it is. It's sort of the Egyptian god of frustration.

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[first lines]

Delenn: Previously on Babylon 5:

Kosh: If you go to Z'Ha'Dum, you will die.

G'Kar: Each of these devices carries terrible destructive force. In human terms, they can deliver a thermonuclear blast of five or six hundred megatons.

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[last lines]

Capt. John Sheridan: Who are you?

Lorien: Who are you?

Capt. John Sheridan: How did I get here?

Lorien: You were born.

Capt. John Sheridan: Why am I alive?

Lorien: Well, that is the question, isn't it? - Do you mind if I share your fire?

Capt. John Sheridan: No.

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Londo Mollari: Of course the others know, but they are afraid to move against him. Whoever does so will almost certainly be killed.

Vir Cotto: That would be a drawback.

Londo Mollari: These creatures must be driven away before it's too late. We must stop Cartagia, no matter the cost.

Vir Cotto: "The cost?" That would be the dying thing, right?

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G'Kar: She blames herself. It is foolish, it is destructive, it is... human.

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Susan Ivanova: Lennier, get us the hell out of here.

Lennier: Initiating "getting the hell out of here" maneuver.

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Londo Mollari: Vir, it is a terrible truth but as one accumulates power, one loses friends. One only has those who wish to use you and those you wish to use. And yet, in all of this, you have somehow managed to walk through the corridors of power and not be touched. I can only assume you have not been paying attention. And still, the hideous truth is: you are the closest thing I have to a friend. I'm as shocked and dismayed by this as you are, but there it is.

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