Babylon 5 (1994–1998)
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Phoenix Rising 

A group of telepaths hold Garibaldi and others hostage on Babylon 5.

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David J. Eagle
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Bruce Boxleitner ... President John Sheridan
Jerry Doyle ... Michael Garibaldi
Mira Furlan ... Delenn (credit only)
Richard Biggs ... Dr. Stephen Franklin
Bill Mumy ... Lennier (credit only)
Tracy Scoggins ... Capt. Elizabeth Lochley
Stephen Furst ... Vir Cotto (credit only)
Jeff Conaway ... Zack Allan
Patricia Tallman ... Lyta Alexander
Peter Jurasik ... Londo Mollari (credit only)
Andreas Katsulas ... G'Kar (credit only)
Robin Atkin Downes ... Byron
Jack Hannibal Jack Hannibal ... Peter
Victor Love ... Telepath
Leigh McCloskey ... Thomas (as Leigh J. McCloskey)
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A group of telepaths hold Garibaldi and others hostage on Babylon 5.

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TV-PG
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 April 1998 (USA) See more »

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Dolby

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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This takes place on June 19, 2262. See more »

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Byron confiscated the ID's of all of his people, so why wouldn't he take the weapons too? See more »

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Alfred Bester: A few words for those who've just arrived: A colony of rogue telepaths have been unwisely allowed to take up residence here. Since they are all humans, they fall under the jurisdiction of Earth law. The Alliance has agreed to respect the rights of each member world to control its own people. This leaves it to us. The rogues have engaged in unauthorized scans of several dozen ambassadors. They have extracted an unknown amount of privileged information intending to exchange those ...
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Nice episode arc
24 September 2014 | by Mischief810See all my reviews

This episode and the two before it lay out a pretty nice story. The Shadows and Vorlons are gone, and Earth has been reclaimed. So the series needed a new story to tell and this arc delivers a decent one.

Byron makes for a heroically tragic character. Lyta, his star-crossed lover, also delivers an almost Shakespearean portrayal of a woman caught in circumstances she can't control but wants to avoid.

Add Walter Koenig's stellar portrayal of the slimy, sneaky Bester and you have three-hour long entertainment.

This arc gets a 7 only because the plot line is quite predictable. You kind of know what's coming before it comes. Also, the special effects-- while good--are not up to par with previous episodes in this season.

This episode arc is good and worth watching, but don't feel like it's must-see. You can always come back to it.


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