A week long cultural festival is takes place on board the station. Catherine Sakai, Sinclair's old girlfriend, arrives on the station and G'Kar receives a death threat.
Did You Know?
The actors played a prank on Michael O'Hare as he showed up to display Earth's dominant religion. When he told them to follow him, everyone turned and walked in the opposite direction. See more
Sinclair introduces several tribal members and even an "aborigine" in the religious line up. These groups are "races", not religions, and "aborigine" isn't even a race. "Aborigine" is a plant, animal, or or human who is the original inhabitant of a land, before colonists arrive.
If taken in the context of an Australian Aborigine, as it appears to be (with a capitalised A) they have their own religious beliefs, such as the Dreaming (or Dreamtime) and other beliefs. And this is 250 years in the future, remember. See more
You don't understand. This is my ceremonial blade. I am a pilgrim here for the sacred day of Chu'dag.
I don't care if you're the Easter Bunny. You're not bringing this on the station.