Garibaldi is sent to retrieve a witness to the shipping line attacks from the Drazi homeworld.

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Lennier (credit only)
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Capt. Elizabeth Lochley (credit only)
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Vir Cotto (credit only)
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Lyta Alexander (credit only)
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Ta'Lon (as Marshall Teague)
John Castellanos ...
Tafiq Azir
Mirron E. Willis ...
Brannagan
Mark Hendrickson ...
Narn Acolyte
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Garibaldi is sent to retrieve a witness to the shipping line attacks from the Drazi homeworld.

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8 April 1998 (USA)  »

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When Garibaldi's transport is landing on the Drazi home world, the terrain below is actually the Kuril Islands off eastern Siberia, and the north coast of the Japanese island of Hokkaido. See more »

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[first lines]
Delenn: Ready?
President John Sheridan: Not yet. I've got two dozen more copies of this treaty to sign before the meeting. Who knew that presidency was 50% panic and 50% paperwork?...
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JMS buried the lede
24 September 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"Andy K" delivers a powerful performance in this episode's subplot. While the main plot line of Garibaldi's alcohol-induced mistakes is good, it's Katsoulas who steals the show in this one.

In journalism, "burying the lede" means the writer and editor failed (or deliberately intended not to) bring the most important part of the story up front. That, I think, is the case in this episode.

Unlike the buffoon character of Londo, the character of G'Kar has developed quite well in this series. He's a tough guy, but he's not without his intellectual, philosophical and even religious qualities.

Katsoulas was such a fine actor, and he really does show his range in this episode. Even though this installment can be properly described as a filler, and even though this episode shows that the budget for the series was getting close to empty, it's still well acted and well worth watching.

Andy K, we're gonna miss ya.


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