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The Ragged Edge 

Garibaldi is sent to retrieve a witness to the shipping line attacks from the Drazi homeworld. G'Kar becomes a figure of veneration among the Narn. Stephen comes to a difficult decision.

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John Copeland
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Bruce Boxleitner ... President John Sheridan
Jerry Doyle ... Michael Garibaldi
Mira Furlan ... Delenn
Richard Biggs ... Dr. Stephen Franklin
Bill Mumy ... Lennier (credit only)
Tracy Scoggins ... Capt. Elizabeth Lochley (credit only)
Stephen Furst ... Vir Cotto (credit only)
Jeff Conaway ... Zack Allan
Patricia Tallman ... Lyta Alexander (credit only)
Peter Jurasik ... Londo Mollari
Andreas Katsulas ... G'Kar
Marshall R. Teague ... Ta'Lon (as Marshall Teague)
John Castellanos John Castellanos ... Tafiq Azir
Mirron E. Willis ... Brannagan
Mark Hendrickson Mark Hendrickson ... Narn Acolyte
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Garibaldi is sent to retrieve a witness to the shipping line attacks from the Drazi homeworld. G'Kar becomes a figure of veneration among the Narn. Stephen comes to a difficult decision.

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Trivia

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 »

Goofs

In Garibaldi's balcony fight scene, when he is thrown against the railing, it quivers and wobbles, revealing the low-quality structural integrity of the set piece. See more »

Quotes

[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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Connections

References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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Not bad, but also not much accomplished
20 June 2007 | by MartinHaferSee all my reviews

This is a decent episode but not one in which much is resolved--and in many ways it's like filler. The episode begins with Garibaldi still feeling sorry for himself and using alcohol--even though he's an alcoholic and even though this topic has been explored a little too often on the show (with him and the doctor). When he goes on an undercover mission to find out about who is nearly causing the alliance to fall apart, because he is drinking and lets his guard down, he makes some HUGE mistakes. This plot didn't do a lot for me.

On the other hand, I did like the plot involving G'kar. Apparently his writings that he's been working on so patiently for the last two years were secretly published without his consent. As a result, G'kar must accept his new and unwanted position as a religious sage, best-selling author and philosopher. I loved how his character changed and grew so much throughout the series and this is a great direction for this lovable guy.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 April 1998 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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