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Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:14,666 --> 00:00:16,625 'This is Earth Alliance DestroyerAcheron' 2 00:00:16,712 --> 00:00:19,367 'to Babylon 5. We've got your package.' 3 00:00:19,454 --> 00:00:20,672 'Confirmed,Acheron.' 4 00:00:20,759 --> 00:00:21,934 'Lieutenant Corwin is standing by' 5 00:00:22,022 --> 00:00:23,806 'for delivery in Docking Bay 4.' 6 00:00:23,893 --> 00:00:25,677 'Roger that, Babylon control.' 7 00:00:28,637 --> 00:00:30,552 'Maintenance, go to Docking Bay 7.' 8 00:00:30,639 --> 00:00:32,467 'Maintenance, to Bay 7.' 9 00:00:42,607 --> 00:00:43,956 Captain Lochley. 10 00:00:44,044 --> 00:00:45,828 Lieutenant David Corwin at your service. 11 00:00:45,915 --> 00:00:48,396 Lieutenant. I thought I was going to be met 12 00:00:48,483 --> 00:00:49,484 by the entire command staff. 13 00:00:49,571 --> 00:00:50,789 Yes, ma'am, but, uh 14 00:00:50,876 --> 00:00:53,053 Mr. Garibaldi just got back from Mars 15 00:00:53,140 --> 00:00:55,403 and even though he's not technically on staff anymore 16 00:00:55,490 --> 00:00:58,014 Zack Allan is our new chief of security these days. 17 00:00:58,101 --> 00:01:00,060 He's up to his ears helping Zack get ready 18 00:01:00,147 --> 00:01:01,713 for Sheridan's inauguration 19 00:01:01,800 --> 00:01:03,672 as president of the New Alliance. 20 00:01:03,759 --> 00:01:05,630 And Dr. Franklin had an emergency in Medlab-- 21 00:01:05,717 --> 00:01:07,458 Lieutenant, lieutenant. 22 00:01:07,545 --> 00:01:08,720 Is it always like this around here? 23 00:01:08,807 --> 00:01:10,548 No. No, it, well.. 24 00:01:10,635 --> 00:01:12,463 Actually, yes. 25 00:01:12,550 --> 00:01:14,291 It's-it's hectic, ma'am. 26 00:01:14,378 --> 00:01:15,945 Well, a hectic station is the first sign 27 00:01:16,032 --> 00:01:17,338 of a poorly run station. 28 00:01:17,425 --> 00:01:18,774 We'll change that. 29 00:01:18,861 --> 00:01:20,863 I've got everyone standing by in C and C 30 00:01:20,950 --> 00:01:22,647 waiting to meet you as soon as you're settled in. 31 00:01:22,734 --> 00:01:24,780 Good, good. I wanna jump right in. 32 00:01:24,867 --> 00:01:27,130 Always takes a while when you have a change in CO. 33 00:01:27,217 --> 00:01:29,176 The sooner we get on with the transition, the better. 34 00:01:29,263 --> 00:01:31,265 If there's anything you need to know about the station.. 35 00:01:31,352 --> 00:01:33,789 Just personalities, any internal conflicts 36 00:01:33,876 --> 00:01:35,443 I need to be made aware of. 37 00:01:35,530 --> 00:01:36,835 Beyond that, I've thoroughly researched 38 00:01:36,922 --> 00:01:39,273 Babylon 5's operational procedures 39 00:01:39,360 --> 00:01:40,883 personnel records.. 40 00:01:40,970 --> 00:01:43,015 I'm, uh, pretty much up to speed on all the reports. 41 00:01:43,103 --> 00:01:44,887 Uh, with all due respect 42 00:01:44,974 --> 00:01:47,933 there's a lot that doesn't fit into a report. 43 00:01:48,020 --> 00:01:50,414 Then the report is incomplete. 44 00:01:52,112 --> 00:01:55,115 Just trying to save you trouble, captain. 45 00:01:57,117 --> 00:01:59,206 It's been my experience that as long as you run 46 00:01:59,293 --> 00:02:00,946 an efficient operation 47 00:02:01,033 --> 00:02:03,210 don't go looking for trouble, you'll do just fine. 48 00:02:03,297 --> 00:02:05,037 Oh, that's one of the things I was trying to tell you. 49 00:02:05,125 --> 00:02:06,735 Around here we don't have to look for trouble. 50 00:02:06,822 --> 00:02:08,693 On B-5, trouble comes looking for us. 51 00:02:30,062 --> 00:02:31,368 Time to go. 52 00:02:33,153 --> 00:02:35,590 I just want you to know it's nothing personal.. 53 00:02:35,677 --> 00:02:37,374 ...but I need to send a message to Babylon 5. 54 00:02:39,420 --> 00:02:41,596 That's what you rangers are for, right? 55 00:02:41,683 --> 00:02:44,512 Carrying messages from one place to another. 56 00:02:44,599 --> 00:02:45,904 So you're the right person in the right place 57 00:02:45,991 --> 00:02:46,949 at the right time. 58 00:02:48,559 --> 00:02:49,691 For me, anyway. 59 00:02:53,477 --> 00:02:54,739 Oh! 60 00:02:54,826 --> 00:02:56,654 Almost forgot. 61 00:02:56,741 --> 00:02:58,874 Any final words? 62 00:02:58,961 --> 00:03:00,963 We live for the one. 63 00:03:02,007 --> 00:03:03,922 We die for the one. 64 00:03:05,272 --> 00:03:07,012 Well, one out of two ain't bad. 65 00:03:35,084 --> 00:03:36,868 And so it begins.. 66 00:03:36,955 --> 00:03:39,219 - There is a hole in your mind. - What do you want? 67 00:03:39,306 --> 00:03:42,744 No one here is exactly what he appears. 68 00:03:42,831 --> 00:03:45,137 Commander Sinclair is being reassigned. 69 00:03:45,225 --> 00:03:46,878 Why don't you eliminate the entire Narn homeworld? 70 00:03:46,965 --> 00:03:48,576 I see a great hand 71 00:03:48,663 --> 00:03:49,881 reaching out of the stars. 72 00:03:49,968 --> 00:03:51,709 Who are you? 73 00:03:51,796 --> 00:03:53,885 President Clark signed a decree today declaring.. 74 00:03:53,972 --> 00:03:56,018 These orders have forced us to declare independence. 75 00:03:56,105 --> 00:03:57,759 Unless your people get off 76 00:03:57,846 --> 00:03:59,195 their encounter suited butts and do something. 77 00:03:59,282 --> 00:04:00,805 You're the one who was. 78 00:04:00,892 --> 00:04:03,852 If you go to Z'ha'dum, you will die. 79 00:04:03,939 --> 00:04:05,419 Why are you here? 80 00:04:05,506 --> 00:04:07,638 Do you have anything worth living for? 81 00:04:07,725 --> 00:04:08,944 I think of my beautiful city in flames. 82 00:04:09,031 --> 00:04:10,424 Giants in the playground. 83 00:04:10,511 --> 00:04:11,903 Now get the hell out of our galaxy! 84 00:04:11,990 --> 00:04:13,644 We are here to place President Clark 85 00:04:13,731 --> 00:04:14,689 under arrest. 86 00:05:19,536 --> 00:05:21,103 Hey. 87 00:05:21,190 --> 00:05:22,757 I thought you were gonna sleep in a little. 88 00:05:22,844 --> 00:05:24,454 I was about to make breakfast. 89 00:05:24,541 --> 00:05:26,064 I can't. 90 00:05:26,151 --> 00:05:28,458 'I have to get back to my quarters and change.' 91 00:05:28,545 --> 00:05:30,199 'The new Gaim ambassador has asked for a meeting' 92 00:05:30,286 --> 00:05:31,243 as soon as possible. 93 00:05:31,331 --> 00:05:32,636 He wants to introduce himself 94 00:05:32,723 --> 00:05:34,638 before the inauguration. Less awkward that way. 95 00:05:38,294 --> 00:05:40,427 May I ask you a question? 96 00:05:40,514 --> 00:05:42,733 Delenn, you're-you're living here now 97 00:05:42,820 --> 00:05:43,821 at least part of the time. 98 00:05:43,908 --> 00:05:45,649 Ask whatever you want. 99 00:05:45,736 --> 00:05:47,347 Why are there wet socks 100 00:05:47,434 --> 00:05:49,566 hanging in the shower? 101 00:05:49,653 --> 00:05:51,002 I just washed them. 102 00:05:51,089 --> 00:05:52,961 Don't you use the thermal unit? 103 00:05:53,048 --> 00:05:54,354 For everything else, yes. 104 00:05:55,877 --> 00:05:57,226 I, uh.. 105 00:05:57,313 --> 00:06:00,316 I guess it's kind of a tradition. 106 00:06:00,403 --> 00:06:02,274 See, when I first joined Earthforce 107 00:06:02,362 --> 00:06:05,539 I was assigned to the 54th North American unit 108 00:06:05,626 --> 00:06:07,323 and the sergeant of our squadron.. 109 00:06:07,410 --> 00:06:09,978 We used to call him Sergeant Slaughter 110 00:06:10,065 --> 00:06:13,024 was the toughest, meanest DI we ever saw 111 00:06:13,111 --> 00:06:16,245 and he used to wash his own socks every morning. 112 00:06:16,332 --> 00:06:17,899 He told us 113 00:06:17,986 --> 00:06:20,162 "I'm gonna live forever. You know why? 114 00:06:20,249 --> 00:06:23,121 "Because I never leave the barracks unless I know 115 00:06:23,208 --> 00:06:26,081 "I've got something to do when I get back. 116 00:06:26,168 --> 00:06:27,865 "The only kind of man that gets killed 117 00:06:27,952 --> 00:06:29,606 "is the man who is done doin' 118 00:06:29,693 --> 00:06:30,999 "whatever it is he's doin'. 119 00:06:31,086 --> 00:06:33,175 "And I know I'm gonna come back alive 120 00:06:33,262 --> 00:06:35,220 "'cause I got socks to wash. 121 00:06:35,307 --> 00:06:36,831 Any of you maggots got a problem with that?" 122 00:06:36,918 --> 00:06:37,962 I assume you said no. 123 00:06:38,049 --> 00:06:40,008 Ooh, loud and clear. 124 00:06:40,095 --> 00:06:42,184 The next morning at reveille, we-we came up with 125 00:06:42,271 --> 00:06:44,273 this big ceremony and we all took a vow 126 00:06:44,360 --> 00:06:46,623 that for as long as we were in uniform 127 00:06:46,710 --> 00:06:50,235 we would wash our own socks every morning. 128 00:06:50,322 --> 00:06:52,324 You know, I think it's the first time I ever saw 129 00:06:52,412 --> 00:06:56,067 old Sergeant Slaughter actually smile. 130 00:06:56,154 --> 00:07:00,332 The newly elected president of the Interstellar Alliance 131 00:07:00,420 --> 00:07:02,204 about to be officially sworn in 132 00:07:02,291 --> 00:07:05,163 washing his own socks? 133 00:07:05,250 --> 00:07:08,297 You're a very strange man, even for a human. 134 00:07:08,384 --> 00:07:09,429 Why, thank you. 135 00:07:12,693 --> 00:07:14,129 Sheridan. Go. 136 00:07:14,216 --> 00:07:15,565 'Captain Lochley's aboard, sir.' 137 00:07:15,652 --> 00:07:18,786 'We just got her settled in.' 138 00:07:18,873 --> 00:07:20,831 Uh, good, uh, have her meet me in my office 139 00:07:20,918 --> 00:07:22,180 in 20 minutes. 140 00:07:22,267 --> 00:07:23,573 Lochley? 141 00:07:23,660 --> 00:07:24,966 Ivanova's replacement. 142 00:07:26,794 --> 00:07:28,404 So much for breakfast. 143 00:07:28,491 --> 00:07:29,884 My place tonight? 144 00:07:29,971 --> 00:07:31,799 Yeah, I guess. 145 00:07:31,886 --> 00:07:34,192 Uh, I am gonna be working late here, though, tonight. 146 00:07:36,368 --> 00:07:37,718 You know, I hope this is going to work 147 00:07:37,805 --> 00:07:39,197 alternating between your place and mine. 148 00:07:39,284 --> 00:07:40,982 Oh, I know, I know. 149 00:07:41,069 --> 00:07:43,811 But, uh, there is no room here for my belongings 150 00:07:43,898 --> 00:07:45,465 I don't have room for yours 151 00:07:45,552 --> 00:07:47,031 and I should conduct Minbari business 152 00:07:47,118 --> 00:07:48,380 in Minbari surroundings. 153 00:07:48,468 --> 00:07:49,686 Yeah. 154 00:07:49,773 --> 00:07:51,949 It's good to keep things separate for now. 155 00:07:52,036 --> 00:07:55,692 Until we can move to the new facilities on Minbar. 156 00:07:55,779 --> 00:07:57,868 Assuming you're still comfortable 157 00:07:57,955 --> 00:07:59,174 with that prospect. 158 00:07:59,261 --> 00:08:01,742 I won't lie. 159 00:08:01,829 --> 00:08:03,439 I'm gonna miss this place when that time comes. 160 00:08:03,526 --> 00:08:04,788 It's going to take me a while 161 00:08:04,875 --> 00:08:07,008 to get used to living on your world 162 00:08:07,095 --> 00:08:09,097 but we do need a permanent headquarters 163 00:08:09,184 --> 00:08:11,055 for the Alliance, and that's the logical choice. 164 00:08:13,971 --> 00:08:15,277 The bottom line is.. 165 00:08:17,105 --> 00:08:18,759 ...wherever you are.. 166 00:08:18,846 --> 00:08:20,587 ...is home enough for me. 167 00:08:40,215 --> 00:08:41,346 Captain. 168 00:08:43,000 --> 00:08:44,219 Mr. President. 169 00:08:44,306 --> 00:08:46,177 It's good to see you again. 170 00:08:46,264 --> 00:08:48,310 Thank you, sir. 171 00:08:48,397 --> 00:08:51,618 I assume you've received my orders from Earthdome. 172 00:08:51,705 --> 00:08:54,403 I have. The orders have been authenticated. 173 00:08:54,490 --> 00:08:56,013 Effective this date, you have full 174 00:08:56,100 --> 00:08:58,929 and complete authority in running Babylon 5. 175 00:08:59,016 --> 00:09:01,584 The station is under your direct command. 176 00:09:01,671 --> 00:09:02,977 Welcome aboard. 177 00:09:03,064 --> 00:09:04,239 Thank you. 178 00:09:06,241 --> 00:09:07,851 Uh, please, be seated. 179 00:09:07,938 --> 00:09:10,158 Uh, do you have any questions about the arrangement? 180 00:09:10,245 --> 00:09:13,944 Uh, yes, sir, it's my understanding that 181 00:09:14,031 --> 00:09:16,077 Babylon 5 is to remain an independent state 182 00:09:16,164 --> 00:09:17,731 pending decision by the Alliance 183 00:09:17,818 --> 00:09:19,080 to formally buy it from Earth. 184 00:09:19,167 --> 00:09:20,647 That's correct. 185 00:09:20,734 --> 00:09:21,952 Then why bring in someone from Earthforce 186 00:09:22,039 --> 00:09:23,780 to run things? Why not someone else? 187 00:09:25,477 --> 00:09:27,610 Tradition, for one thing. 188 00:09:27,697 --> 00:09:29,743 For another.. 189 00:09:29,830 --> 00:09:31,179 ...we're still trying to heal the wounds 190 00:09:31,266 --> 00:09:33,311 from the civil war back home. 191 00:09:33,398 --> 00:09:35,966 'Putting someone from Earthforce in charge of B-5' 192 00:09:36,053 --> 00:09:38,099 will help cement us with the folks back there. 193 00:09:38,186 --> 00:09:39,840 Military and civilian. 194 00:09:39,927 --> 00:09:41,581 That's why I wanted to make sure you got here 195 00:09:41,668 --> 00:09:45,497 before we started this silly inauguration business. 196 00:09:45,585 --> 00:09:47,848 In a way, it's saying.. 197 00:09:47,935 --> 00:09:49,850 ...we're independent. 198 00:09:49,937 --> 00:09:51,852 But we'll always remember where we came from. 199 00:09:54,158 --> 00:09:56,944 I hear you asked for me in particular. 200 00:09:57,031 --> 00:09:58,206 Why? 201 00:10:00,164 --> 00:10:03,037 You have handled a number of potentially dangerous missions 202 00:10:03,124 --> 00:10:05,256 without resorting to force. 203 00:10:05,343 --> 00:10:07,345 You're good with diplomacy when possible 204 00:10:07,432 --> 00:10:09,870 but you know how to fight when you have to. 205 00:10:09,957 --> 00:10:12,960 And you speak your mind. 206 00:10:13,047 --> 00:10:15,571 Now, whoever's running B-5 for the next year 207 00:10:15,658 --> 00:10:18,835 is going to be on the hot seat. 208 00:10:18,922 --> 00:10:20,620 I chose you strictly on your background. 209 00:10:20,707 --> 00:10:22,970 You are the perfect choice. 210 00:10:23,057 --> 00:10:25,015 'Anything else?' 211 00:10:25,102 --> 00:10:26,538 Just one thing. 212 00:10:29,411 --> 00:10:31,108 Obviously, as head of the Alliance 213 00:10:31,195 --> 00:10:33,676 you call the shots around here. 214 00:10:33,763 --> 00:10:36,026 But I can't be just a mouthpiece for your decisions. 215 00:10:36,113 --> 00:10:38,855 I'll run this station my way, or not at all. 216 00:10:38,942 --> 00:10:40,422 'If I'm to carry the responsibility' 217 00:10:40,509 --> 00:10:42,380 I want the authority to go with it. 218 00:10:42,467 --> 00:10:44,165 I won't be interfered with or second-guessed 219 00:10:44,252 --> 00:10:45,645 or micro-managed.. 220 00:10:46,863 --> 00:10:49,257 ...sir. 221 00:10:49,344 --> 00:10:51,215 Like I said, you speak your mind. 222 00:10:52,913 --> 00:10:54,262 'Fair enough, captain.' 223 00:10:54,349 --> 00:10:56,307 If it's a political decision 224 00:10:56,394 --> 00:10:58,179 or a decision on behalf of the Alliance 225 00:10:58,266 --> 00:10:59,920 that's my turf. 226 00:11:00,007 --> 00:11:01,269 The rest is yours. 227 00:11:02,662 --> 00:11:04,011 Thank you. 228 00:11:05,186 --> 00:11:06,927 Lochley. Go ahead. 229 00:11:07,014 --> 00:11:08,711 'Captain, you'd better get down to Bay 3.' 230 00:11:08,798 --> 00:11:10,147 'There's something here you should see.' 231 00:11:10,234 --> 00:11:11,845 On my way. 232 00:11:11,932 --> 00:11:12,976 - I've got-- - I know. Believe me. 233 00:11:13,063 --> 00:11:14,369 I handled a few of those myself 234 00:11:14,456 --> 00:11:15,892 when I was captain here. 235 00:11:15,979 --> 00:11:17,546 We'll talk again later. 236 00:11:20,810 --> 00:11:23,117 Sir.. 237 00:11:23,204 --> 00:11:25,902 ...I noticed you didn't ask me which side I was on 238 00:11:25,989 --> 00:11:27,991 during the big fight back home. 239 00:11:28,078 --> 00:11:29,993 You're right. I didn't. 240 00:11:30,080 --> 00:11:31,952 Good day, captain. 241 00:11:45,792 --> 00:11:47,489 'So I don't want anything to go wrong.' 242 00:11:47,576 --> 00:11:49,665 Now, you gotta seal off this whole area through to Blue 5. 243 00:11:49,752 --> 00:11:51,362 It's the only way to make sure that the rotunda is secure. 244 00:11:51,449 --> 00:11:53,103 Yeah, I know. I know. 245 00:11:53,190 --> 00:11:55,366 Last year we had one guy slip through because the place wasn't 246 00:11:55,453 --> 00:11:57,281 sealed up right. You don't want that to happen here. 247 00:11:57,368 --> 00:11:58,805 Now, you got diplomats and ambassadors 248 00:11:58,892 --> 00:12:00,981 from half the old league of non-aligned worlds here. 249 00:12:01,068 --> 00:12:02,722 - You can't-- - Afford to let that happen. 250 00:12:02,809 --> 00:12:04,854 Michael, will you please let us handle this? 251 00:12:04,941 --> 00:12:06,247 Not a chance, Zack. 252 00:12:06,334 --> 00:12:07,727 I know this place better than anybody 253 00:12:07,814 --> 00:12:09,163 and I'm determined that nothing's gonna go wrong 254 00:12:09,250 --> 00:12:10,381 with Sheridan's inauguration. 255 00:12:10,468 --> 00:12:11,948 - I owe him that much. - Okay. 256 00:12:12,035 --> 00:12:12,993 Alright, now, the new Gaim ambassador 257 00:12:13,080 --> 00:12:14,516 make sure he has the right ID. 258 00:12:14,603 --> 00:12:15,604 - 'Check.' - 'And whatever you do.' 259 00:12:15,691 --> 00:12:16,648 'Don't let him go on and on' 260 00:12:16,736 --> 00:12:18,738 'about those damn Gaim hive..' 261 00:12:31,315 --> 00:12:32,882 We found him floating outside the station. 262 00:12:32,969 --> 00:12:34,623 He's definitely a ranger. 263 00:12:34,710 --> 00:12:37,234 He was in a commercial stasis bubble when we picked him up. 264 00:12:37,321 --> 00:12:39,062 But he didn't die from exposure to space. 265 00:12:39,149 --> 00:12:40,716 - Let me see. - You might not want to. 266 00:12:40,803 --> 00:12:42,631 I said, let me see. 267 00:12:47,767 --> 00:12:49,986 He had this around him when he was found. 268 00:13:56,487 --> 00:13:58,185 Hello. 269 00:13:58,272 --> 00:14:00,056 - I'm sorry, but I'm-- - 'Working.' 270 00:14:00,143 --> 00:14:01,623 Yes, I can see. 271 00:14:01,710 --> 00:14:06,193 Books, manuals, directives regulations.. 272 00:14:06,280 --> 00:14:09,196 The geometries that circumscribe your waking life. 273 00:14:09,283 --> 00:14:10,762 Drawn narrower and narrower 274 00:14:10,850 --> 00:14:14,070 until nothing fits inside them anymore. 275 00:14:14,157 --> 00:14:16,290 My name is Byron. 276 00:14:16,377 --> 00:14:19,293 It's important that you meet me in Brown 3 in two hours. 277 00:14:19,380 --> 00:14:20,685 Come alone. 278 00:14:20,772 --> 00:14:22,731 Why should I do that? 279 00:14:22,818 --> 00:14:24,733 My people are coming. 280 00:14:38,965 --> 00:14:40,227 - Lochley. Go ahead. - 'Captain Lochley.' 281 00:14:40,314 --> 00:14:42,055 'This is Dr. Franklin.' 282 00:14:42,142 --> 00:14:43,534 'I've finished the autopsy, and I have the results' 283 00:14:43,621 --> 00:14:44,535 'you were waiting for.' 284 00:14:44,622 --> 00:14:45,972 On my way. 285 00:14:58,549 --> 00:15:00,377 Just a moment. 286 00:15:00,464 --> 00:15:01,683 Ah. 287 00:15:07,558 --> 00:15:08,908 Yes? 288 00:15:11,388 --> 00:15:14,174 Ah, cap, uh.. That is, Mr. President. 289 00:15:14,261 --> 00:15:15,827 You're up late? 290 00:15:15,915 --> 00:15:17,873 You know, I'm not sure I'll ever get used 291 00:15:17,960 --> 00:15:20,006 to being called Mr. President. 292 00:15:20,093 --> 00:15:21,616 I understand completely. 293 00:15:21,703 --> 00:15:23,574 Did I ever tell you that I was not born 294 00:15:23,661 --> 00:15:24,924 with the name G'Kar? 295 00:15:25,011 --> 00:15:26,838 No, you didn't. 296 00:15:26,926 --> 00:15:28,666 It is tradition on my world 297 00:15:28,753 --> 00:15:31,365 to give newborn Narns temporary names 298 00:15:31,452 --> 00:15:33,889 for the first ten years of their lives. 299 00:15:33,976 --> 00:15:35,543 The practice came out of the reality 300 00:15:35,630 --> 00:15:37,849 that life on Narn is very hard 301 00:15:37,937 --> 00:15:40,243 and in the past, many of us died quite young. 302 00:15:40,330 --> 00:15:42,158 When we reach ten 303 00:15:42,245 --> 00:15:45,074 we choose which of our many beliefs we want to follow. 304 00:15:45,161 --> 00:15:47,903 G'Quon, G'Lan, Na'Kili, others.. 305 00:15:47,990 --> 00:15:50,384 And from that we pick our true name. 306 00:15:50,471 --> 00:15:52,342 Well, perhaps the name we call you now 307 00:15:52,429 --> 00:15:54,431 is your true name. 308 00:15:54,518 --> 00:15:58,218 So, Mr. President ...what can I do for you? 309 00:15:58,305 --> 00:16:01,090 Well, I was thinking about that book you're writing. 310 00:16:01,177 --> 00:16:03,136 I've already heard several of your people 311 00:16:03,223 --> 00:16:05,007 quoting it, and, uh.. 312 00:16:05,094 --> 00:16:06,791 Well, Mr. Garibaldi says it's very well written. 313 00:16:06,878 --> 00:16:08,576 Well, I-I'm sorry, there's just 314 00:16:08,663 --> 00:16:11,709 the one copy for now and, well.. 315 00:16:11,796 --> 00:16:13,450 ...when I loaned it to Mr. Garibaldi 316 00:16:13,537 --> 00:16:15,975 it came back with coffee stains. I can't-- 317 00:16:16,062 --> 00:16:17,585 No, no, no. That's-that's alright, that's alright. 318 00:16:17,672 --> 00:16:20,849 Don't worry. It's not why I'm here. 319 00:16:20,936 --> 00:16:22,982 I was going over the swearing-in ceremony 320 00:16:23,069 --> 00:16:24,331 that we've got coming up 321 00:16:24,418 --> 00:16:26,855 and there are two things we still don't have. 322 00:16:26,942 --> 00:16:28,726 An oath of office.. 323 00:16:28,813 --> 00:16:30,511 ...and for lack of a better term 324 00:16:30,598 --> 00:16:34,210 a declaration of principles for the New Alliance. 325 00:16:34,297 --> 00:16:35,516 Now, this kind of job is going to require 326 00:16:35,603 --> 00:16:37,866 a very special kind of writing. 327 00:16:37,953 --> 00:16:39,868 Many times you have spoken 328 00:16:39,955 --> 00:16:42,218 with tremendous eloquence in the council chambers. 329 00:16:42,305 --> 00:16:44,916 When your world fell to the Centauri 330 00:16:45,004 --> 00:16:46,527 the words you spoke made the hair 331 00:16:46,614 --> 00:16:48,920 on the back of my neck stand up. 332 00:16:49,008 --> 00:16:50,052 So.. 333 00:16:51,619 --> 00:16:53,447 ...I would like you to write the oath 334 00:16:53,534 --> 00:16:55,318 and the declaration of principles. 335 00:16:55,405 --> 00:16:57,886 Well, I'm flattered. 336 00:16:57,973 --> 00:17:01,150 Also terrified. Th-this is a great responsibility. 337 00:17:01,237 --> 00:17:03,152 I know, but I can't think of anyone 338 00:17:03,239 --> 00:17:04,719 more suited to the job. 339 00:17:04,806 --> 00:17:06,373 Well, then you shall have it! 340 00:17:06,460 --> 00:17:08,114 I shall dedicate myself to nothing else 341 00:17:08,201 --> 00:17:09,593 from now until the inauguration. 342 00:17:09,680 --> 00:17:11,030 Well, thank you. 343 00:17:11,117 --> 00:17:14,337 I will not sleep, eat, drink, nothing! 344 00:17:14,424 --> 00:17:16,687 The words and I will be locked in mortal combat 345 00:17:16,774 --> 00:17:18,211 until one of us surrenders. 346 00:17:18,298 --> 00:17:20,169 - Well-- - Now go. Go on. 347 00:17:20,256 --> 00:17:22,563 I have to give myself over to my muse. Goodbye. 348 00:17:22,650 --> 00:17:24,739 'I'll be in touch. Bye.' 349 00:17:35,010 --> 00:17:36,490 So, what killed him? 350 00:17:36,577 --> 00:17:38,927 Well, a single shot from a PPG at close range 351 00:17:39,014 --> 00:17:40,363 directly to the heart. 352 00:17:40,450 --> 00:17:42,191 Superheated helium tore through his ribcage 353 00:17:42,278 --> 00:17:43,410 incinerated most of his heart 354 00:17:43,497 --> 00:17:44,585 and fused the 15th and 16th vertebrae. 355 00:17:44,672 --> 00:17:46,369 How long? 356 00:17:46,456 --> 00:17:48,719 Pending more tests, I'd have to say less than a week. 357 00:17:48,806 --> 00:17:50,243 But Maint-Bot records indicate that the body 358 00:17:50,330 --> 00:17:52,288 wasn't out in space, more than 359 00:17:52,375 --> 00:17:54,595 six or seven hours before it was found. 360 00:17:54,682 --> 00:17:57,859 Meaning he was killed elsewhere and then dumped outside. 361 00:17:57,946 --> 00:17:59,904 That's correct. 362 00:17:59,991 --> 00:18:02,646 So somebody wanted him to be found here. 363 00:18:02,733 --> 00:18:04,083 The question is why. 364 00:18:04,170 --> 00:18:05,780 Unknown, but what I do know 365 00:18:05,867 --> 00:18:07,521 is that everything I've seen here 366 00:18:07,608 --> 00:18:10,045 points to a disciplined, careful, well-trained killer. 367 00:18:10,132 --> 00:18:11,742 Now, that PPG hit to the chest 368 00:18:11,829 --> 00:18:14,789 was in the exact spot to cause instantaneous death. 369 00:18:14,876 --> 00:18:16,660 Whoever did this, is very good at what he does. 370 00:18:16,747 --> 00:18:18,314 Do you think this has anything to do 371 00:18:18,401 --> 00:18:20,403 with Sheridan's inauguration? 372 00:18:20,490 --> 00:18:22,275 I don't know. Maybe. 373 00:18:23,406 --> 00:18:24,929 Go ahead. 374 00:18:25,016 --> 00:18:26,279 'Captain, you said you wanted me' 375 00:18:26,366 --> 00:18:27,541 'to remind you about an appointment.' 376 00:18:27,628 --> 00:18:29,151 On my way. Uh, if you get 377 00:18:29,238 --> 00:18:30,587 any more information. Be sure and let me know. 378 00:18:30,674 --> 00:18:33,329 I will. Uh-uh, hey, captain, it's nice to meet you. 379 00:18:51,217 --> 00:18:52,392 Hello. 380 00:18:57,440 --> 00:18:58,963 Thank you for coming. 381 00:18:59,050 --> 00:19:00,965 I came because your little performance earlier 382 00:19:01,052 --> 00:19:03,229 was pretty clear indication that you're a telepath. 383 00:19:03,316 --> 00:19:04,665 A strong one. 384 00:19:04,752 --> 00:19:06,406 Therefore potentially dangerous 385 00:19:06,493 --> 00:19:08,538 which is why I didn't come alone. 386 00:19:13,978 --> 00:19:15,328 We are unarmed. 387 00:19:15,415 --> 00:19:17,591 And I assure you we mean you no harm. 388 00:19:17,678 --> 00:19:18,766 We refuse to have anything to do 389 00:19:18,853 --> 00:19:21,247 with violence or technology. 390 00:19:21,334 --> 00:19:24,424 Ours is a simple way, as you will discover. 391 00:19:24,511 --> 00:19:26,339 - They're clean. - Alright. 392 00:19:28,993 --> 00:19:30,386 So what do you want? 393 00:19:30,473 --> 00:19:32,910 A place to call home. 394 00:19:32,997 --> 00:19:35,130 My friends and I are all telepaths. 395 00:19:35,217 --> 00:19:36,697 'More will come soon.' 396 00:19:36,784 --> 00:19:38,220 Rogues? 397 00:19:38,307 --> 00:19:41,397 We refused to join the Psi Corps, yes. 398 00:19:41,484 --> 00:19:43,443 We tried working through the resistance 399 00:19:43,530 --> 00:19:45,140 but their ways are not ours 400 00:19:45,227 --> 00:19:46,750 so we slipped away. 401 00:19:46,837 --> 00:19:50,406 Quietly, creating our own lives on other worlds. 402 00:19:50,493 --> 00:19:51,973 Because, we can never go home. 403 00:19:52,060 --> 00:19:53,757 Our lives have been spent in constant transit 404 00:19:53,844 --> 00:19:56,020 wandering from world to world. 405 00:19:56,107 --> 00:19:57,674 'We have come here.' 406 00:19:57,761 --> 00:20:00,547 Because an independent Babylon 5 may be the closest thing 407 00:20:00,634 --> 00:20:03,071 we will ever find to our home. 408 00:20:03,158 --> 00:20:06,161 We want to put out the word to others of our kind 409 00:20:06,248 --> 00:20:08,468 have them gather here in safety. 410 00:20:08,555 --> 00:20:09,817 In time.. 411 00:20:09,904 --> 00:20:11,993 ...we will create a small colony 412 00:20:12,080 --> 00:20:15,083 until one day, when we go out to create a world of our own. 413 00:20:15,170 --> 00:20:16,954 A homeland.. 414 00:20:17,041 --> 00:20:19,392 ...for those who have no other home. 415 00:20:19,479 --> 00:20:21,655 That's a tall order. 416 00:20:21,742 --> 00:20:23,657 Perhaps. 417 00:20:23,744 --> 00:20:25,615 But where is it written that all our dreams 418 00:20:25,702 --> 00:20:27,008 must be small ones? 419 00:20:28,531 --> 00:20:30,229 Do you speak for all of them? 420 00:20:30,316 --> 00:20:34,015 These. And more yet to come. 421 00:20:34,102 --> 00:20:35,973 This is Sarah. 422 00:20:36,060 --> 00:20:38,149 Bright and beautiful. 423 00:20:39,847 --> 00:20:41,457 'The somber David.' 424 00:20:41,544 --> 00:20:43,111 'The last of his family' 425 00:20:43,198 --> 00:20:46,941 'the rest hunted down and murdered by Psi Corps.' 426 00:20:47,028 --> 00:20:48,856 'William.' 427 00:20:48,943 --> 00:20:51,554 'Shy but really quite interesting' 428 00:20:51,641 --> 00:20:53,948 'once you get to know him.' 429 00:20:54,035 --> 00:20:55,993 'Cynthia and Rosa.' 430 00:20:56,080 --> 00:20:57,734 'Closer than sisters.' 431 00:20:57,821 --> 00:20:59,388 And Simon. 432 00:20:59,475 --> 00:21:01,608 Special Simon, we call him. 433 00:21:01,695 --> 00:21:03,174 'Say hello, Simon.' 434 00:21:16,710 --> 00:21:17,885 Flowers. 435 00:21:20,322 --> 00:21:22,063 I saw flowers. 436 00:21:22,150 --> 00:21:24,152 'Then he likes you.' 437 00:21:24,239 --> 00:21:25,284 'He only gives flowers as a gift' 438 00:21:25,371 --> 00:21:27,721 'to the people he likes.' 439 00:21:27,808 --> 00:21:29,810 'He can remember everything he's ever seen' 440 00:21:29,897 --> 00:21:31,377 heard, smelt, or touched 441 00:21:31,464 --> 00:21:33,466 from the moment he was born. 442 00:21:33,553 --> 00:21:34,771 And he can project those memories 443 00:21:34,858 --> 00:21:37,034 into someone else's mind. 444 00:21:37,121 --> 00:21:38,297 Share a part of himself 445 00:21:38,384 --> 00:21:41,474 in the most intimate way imaginable. 446 00:21:41,561 --> 00:21:43,693 I saw the flowers he gave you. 447 00:21:43,780 --> 00:21:45,347 I'd say he's quite fond of you. 448 00:21:48,176 --> 00:21:49,830 Thank you. 449 00:21:51,788 --> 00:21:53,312 'He doesn't talk.' 450 00:21:53,399 --> 00:21:55,096 Not even to us. 451 00:21:55,183 --> 00:21:57,359 Not even in here. 452 00:21:57,446 --> 00:21:59,230 He doesn't look well. 453 00:21:59,318 --> 00:22:01,058 'It's been a long trip.' 454 00:22:01,145 --> 00:22:02,625 Well, bring him to Medlab. 455 00:22:02,712 --> 00:22:04,758 He's a minor. He should be checked out. 456 00:22:04,845 --> 00:22:06,977 Of course. 457 00:22:07,064 --> 00:22:09,371 We can do a lot for you, captain. 458 00:22:09,458 --> 00:22:10,938 'We can earn our keep.' 459 00:22:11,025 --> 00:22:13,593 Work for you. Help you. 460 00:22:13,680 --> 00:22:15,377 All we need is a place to stay. 461 00:22:15,464 --> 00:22:17,771 A place to call home.. 462 00:22:17,858 --> 00:22:19,163 ...until we one day can find a place 463 00:22:19,250 --> 00:22:21,035 to make our home. 464 00:22:24,517 --> 00:22:27,476 The queens thank you for your help in this, Delenn. 465 00:22:27,563 --> 00:22:29,435 It's not a problem, Lesharr. 466 00:22:29,522 --> 00:22:30,784 The Gaim were a great help to us 467 00:22:30,871 --> 00:22:32,568 in our fight against the shadows 468 00:22:32,655 --> 00:22:35,528 and will continue to be strong allies under the Alliance. 469 00:22:35,615 --> 00:22:37,617 If we can offer any further help to your colonies 470 00:22:37,704 --> 00:22:39,183 please let us know. 471 00:22:39,270 --> 00:22:41,751 Thank you. The queens be with you. 472 00:23:16,569 --> 00:23:19,006 Computer, play waiting messages. 473 00:23:19,093 --> 00:23:21,661 'Stand by. Text message number one.' 474 00:23:29,973 --> 00:23:31,758 'Voice message number two.' 475 00:23:33,760 --> 00:23:36,066 'Hello, Sheridan.' 476 00:23:36,153 --> 00:23:39,069 'I-I know that you're supposed to be a big history buff.' 477 00:23:39,156 --> 00:23:41,681 'I know that you're a fan of President Lincoln.' 478 00:23:41,768 --> 00:23:45,772 'Did you know that he was sure that he would die in office?' 479 00:23:45,859 --> 00:23:47,861 'That as president, he had to pay the price' 480 00:23:47,948 --> 00:23:50,124 'for the lives of all the soldiers who died' 481 00:23:50,211 --> 00:23:53,170 'fighting his war?' 482 00:23:53,257 --> 00:23:55,346 'Some say that Roosevelt felt that he would not make it' 483 00:23:55,434 --> 00:23:57,348 'out of office alive with so many dead' 484 00:23:57,436 --> 00:23:59,960 'under his leadership.' 485 00:24:00,047 --> 00:24:01,309 'President Kyoshi' 486 00:24:01,396 --> 00:24:03,703 'of the Eastern Block, 50 years ago' 487 00:24:03,790 --> 00:24:05,574 'dying in office three days' 488 00:24:05,661 --> 00:24:07,750 'after the war of the Shining Star ended.' 489 00:24:09,665 --> 00:24:11,667 'It is the job of a president' 490 00:24:11,754 --> 00:24:13,843 'to pay the price for his people..' 491 00:24:15,671 --> 00:24:18,718 '...and his decisions.' 492 00:24:18,805 --> 00:24:21,547 Computer, what's the source of these transmissions? 493 00:24:21,634 --> 00:24:25,812 'Unknown. System records altered. Unable to trace.' 494 00:24:25,899 --> 00:24:29,293 'You started the civil war back home, Sheridan.' 495 00:24:29,380 --> 00:24:33,036 'The people who died are your responsibility' 496 00:24:33,123 --> 00:24:35,125 and I'm here to make sure you pay the price 497 00:24:35,212 --> 00:24:39,042 for your actions, and to make sure you know why. 498 00:24:40,783 --> 00:24:42,306 You won't know where it's coming 499 00:24:42,393 --> 00:24:46,920 or when. But it's coming. 500 00:24:47,007 --> 00:24:49,749 And as strong as you think you are.. 501 00:24:49,836 --> 00:24:52,055 ...the one thing you can't stop is the lone gunman 502 00:24:52,142 --> 00:24:53,970 determined to kill you 503 00:24:54,057 --> 00:24:56,799 even if he gets killed in the process. 504 00:24:59,715 --> 00:25:01,587 I'm that man, Sheridan. 505 00:25:05,112 --> 00:25:08,289 Maybe I'll go to hell for that, but if I do 506 00:25:08,376 --> 00:25:10,117 I'm taking you to hell with me. 507 00:25:14,817 --> 00:25:17,124 'He's slightly dehydrated.' 508 00:25:17,211 --> 00:25:19,692 'And malnourished for some time now.' 509 00:25:19,779 --> 00:25:21,389 We are refugees, doctor. 510 00:25:21,476 --> 00:25:24,218 Eating out is not a luxury we can afford. 511 00:25:24,305 --> 00:25:27,047 As you know. You treated many of my kind. 512 00:25:27,134 --> 00:25:29,484 Vocal cords are intact but atrophied. 513 00:25:31,181 --> 00:25:33,532 No apparent nerve damage, so he can speak. 514 00:25:33,619 --> 00:25:36,709 He just chooses not to. And why is that? 515 00:25:36,796 --> 00:25:39,015 Simon came to us last year on Mars. 516 00:25:39,102 --> 00:25:40,843 He was a tunnel rat living in the ducts 517 00:25:40,930 --> 00:25:43,367 and pipelines beneath Mars One. 518 00:25:43,454 --> 00:25:45,282 'We know he endured some terrible trauma' 519 00:25:45,369 --> 00:25:47,502 'during those years.' 520 00:25:47,589 --> 00:25:49,156 We've never asked. 521 00:25:49,243 --> 00:25:51,506 When he chooses to speak of it, he will. 522 00:25:51,593 --> 00:25:53,334 And if he doesn't? 523 00:25:53,421 --> 00:25:56,076 Then he alone will bear the pain of it. 524 00:25:56,163 --> 00:25:57,773 But we are here for him 525 00:25:57,860 --> 00:25:59,819 if he should ever change his mind. 526 00:26:05,041 --> 00:26:07,304 - I saw-- - 'Yes.' 527 00:26:07,391 --> 00:26:09,176 And that is all he will let any of us see. 528 00:26:11,004 --> 00:26:13,615 We have no idea who she was. 529 00:26:13,702 --> 00:26:16,313 Only that he feels guilt for her death 530 00:26:16,400 --> 00:26:18,141 and hopes to make up for it someday. 531 00:26:20,666 --> 00:26:24,191 Alright, I'm going to, uh, set up a series of treatments 532 00:26:24,278 --> 00:26:27,281 to get him back up to snuff. Vitamins, hormone therapy. 533 00:26:27,368 --> 00:26:28,674 - 'We can afford little.' - That's alright. 534 00:26:28,761 --> 00:26:30,371 We'll take care of it. 535 00:26:30,458 --> 00:26:33,156 - Then we can go? - Yes, you can go. Franklin. 536 00:26:33,243 --> 00:26:34,462 'Doctor, we're having an emergency meeting' 537 00:26:34,549 --> 00:26:36,638 'in 20 minutes. Can you attend?' 538 00:26:36,725 --> 00:26:38,597 Yeah, I'll be right there. Now, e.. 539 00:26:51,697 --> 00:26:53,350 'We can't go stumbling around in the dark here.' 540 00:26:53,437 --> 00:26:55,135 We know there is a danger. 541 00:26:55,222 --> 00:26:57,790 I can't go along with postponing the ceremony. 542 00:26:57,877 --> 00:26:59,530 Just for a few days until we can bring in more security. 543 00:26:59,618 --> 00:27:00,967 Now, whoever this guy is 544 00:27:01,054 --> 00:27:02,795 we know he's killed one person already. 545 00:27:02,882 --> 00:27:04,405 The message he sent you was untraceable. 546 00:27:04,492 --> 00:27:06,799 That tells me he knows our system inside and out. 547 00:27:06,886 --> 00:27:09,279 He's smart, he's deadly, and he's after you. 548 00:27:09,366 --> 00:27:11,412 That's good enough for me. 549 00:27:11,499 --> 00:27:13,457 I refuse to go through life 550 00:27:13,544 --> 00:27:15,155 trapped inside of a bubble! 551 00:27:16,939 --> 00:27:18,637 With all due respect, Mr. President 552 00:27:18,724 --> 00:27:21,901 you chose that life the moment you accepted this position. 553 00:27:21,988 --> 00:27:23,946 On my world, we have learned 554 00:27:24,033 --> 00:27:26,688 an inauguration is simply a signal to assassins 555 00:27:26,775 --> 00:27:28,168 that a new target has been set up 556 00:27:28,255 --> 00:27:30,387 on the firing range. 557 00:27:30,474 --> 00:27:32,912 Uh, I-I am not going to argue the point. 558 00:27:32,999 --> 00:27:35,697 But I am as much a target today as I am tomorrow 559 00:27:35,784 --> 00:27:38,874 and the day after that, and the day after that. 560 00:27:38,961 --> 00:27:41,268 'Now, I am supposed to lead this Alliance' 561 00:27:41,355 --> 00:27:43,574 and for my money, that means hands on. 562 00:27:43,662 --> 00:27:45,315 It means that I should be out there 563 00:27:45,402 --> 00:27:47,535 where I can be seen, where I can do some good. 564 00:27:47,622 --> 00:27:49,755 It's not the way things are done! 565 00:27:51,887 --> 00:27:53,106 Well, then maybe it's time 566 00:27:53,193 --> 00:27:55,282 some of those things were done differently. 567 00:27:57,153 --> 00:27:58,633 If more of our so-called leaders 568 00:27:58,720 --> 00:28:00,200 would walk the same streets 569 00:28:00,287 --> 00:28:01,810 as the people who voted them in 570 00:28:01,897 --> 00:28:03,986 live in the same buildings, eat the same food 571 00:28:04,073 --> 00:28:06,032 instead of hiding behind glass and steel 572 00:28:06,119 --> 00:28:07,598 and bodyguards. 573 00:28:07,686 --> 00:28:09,165 Maybe we'd get better leadership 574 00:28:09,252 --> 00:28:11,037 and a little more concern for the future. 575 00:28:11,124 --> 00:28:12,734 John, that's a commendable idea 576 00:28:12,821 --> 00:28:14,475 but it's very dangerous. 577 00:28:14,562 --> 00:28:16,825 Is it? 578 00:28:16,912 --> 00:28:18,697 Our new friend just said 579 00:28:18,784 --> 00:28:20,873 all the security in the world 580 00:28:20,960 --> 00:28:22,701 can't stop a lone gunman 581 00:28:22,788 --> 00:28:25,225 dedicated to exchange his life for the target 582 00:28:25,312 --> 00:28:27,444 and he is right. 583 00:28:27,531 --> 00:28:30,578 So you may as well live instead of being a prisoner. 584 00:28:30,665 --> 00:28:32,058 I agree with Sheridan. 585 00:28:34,364 --> 00:28:35,931 How can you say that? 586 00:28:36,018 --> 00:28:39,326 Because he's making perfect sense. 587 00:28:39,413 --> 00:28:41,371 He's talking a political agenda. 588 00:28:41,458 --> 00:28:43,591 You're talking about protecting your friend. 589 00:28:43,678 --> 00:28:44,897 Which is more important? 590 00:28:44,984 --> 00:28:46,942 They're the same thing. 591 00:28:47,029 --> 00:28:48,291 Are they? 592 00:28:50,163 --> 00:28:52,382 It's your vote and mine, Mr. President. 593 00:28:52,469 --> 00:28:55,168 On behalf of Babylon 5 command and control 594 00:28:55,255 --> 00:28:57,300 I vote the ceremony goes ahead on schedule. 595 00:28:57,387 --> 00:28:59,259 We can handle it. 596 00:29:05,395 --> 00:29:07,267 I concur. 597 00:29:07,354 --> 00:29:08,703 'Good. It's done.' 598 00:29:08,790 --> 00:29:10,574 I'll go tell Zack. 599 00:29:20,497 --> 00:29:21,934 Just a second. 600 00:29:22,021 --> 00:29:23,631 - I'm in rather a hurry. - Tough. 601 00:29:23,718 --> 00:29:24,806 What the hell was that all about? 602 00:29:24,893 --> 00:29:26,939 Excuse me, but by all rights 603 00:29:27,026 --> 00:29:28,941 you shouldn't even have been in that meeting. 604 00:29:29,028 --> 00:29:30,333 You're not technically head of security. 605 00:29:30,420 --> 00:29:31,900 You're a civilian. 606 00:29:31,987 --> 00:29:34,642 A consultant at best, an annoyance at worst. 607 00:29:34,729 --> 00:29:35,948 Look, Sheridan's the kind of guy 608 00:29:36,035 --> 00:29:37,514 who looks for something to challenge him. 609 00:29:37,601 --> 00:29:39,342 Sometimes, I think he's a martyr in training. 610 00:29:39,429 --> 00:29:40,953 Great motives, lousy ending, just in case 611 00:29:41,040 --> 00:29:42,345 you missed the whole Joan Of Arc story. 612 00:29:42,432 --> 00:29:43,738 Now, in a situation like this 613 00:29:43,825 --> 00:29:45,653 we have to protect him against himself. 614 00:29:45,740 --> 00:29:47,089 Really? 615 00:29:47,176 --> 00:29:48,743 Well, then perhaps you should re-enlist 616 00:29:48,830 --> 00:29:51,137 to ensure his protection, Mr. Garibaldi. 617 00:29:51,224 --> 00:29:53,139 'cause otherwise, your opinion doesn't really count for much. 618 00:29:53,226 --> 00:29:55,315 Look, damn it, I was here a hell of a long time 619 00:29:55,402 --> 00:29:56,969 before you ever showed up. 620 00:29:57,056 --> 00:29:59,710 Yes, you were, and then you left. 621 00:29:59,798 --> 00:30:00,929 I really don't think there's much more 622 00:30:01,016 --> 00:30:02,670 that needs saying, do you? 623 00:30:50,674 --> 00:30:52,676 Do you.. 624 00:30:52,763 --> 00:30:54,940 ..John J. Sheridan.. 625 00:30:55,027 --> 00:30:56,767 Uhh! 626 00:30:56,855 --> 00:30:58,334 Uhh! Uh.. 627 00:32:13,279 --> 00:32:15,672 I just finished writing the oath of office this morning. 628 00:32:15,759 --> 00:32:18,371 I spent all night on it. I-I hope you'll approve. 629 00:32:18,458 --> 00:32:20,677 I have every confidence in your words, G'Kar. 630 00:32:23,506 --> 00:32:25,204 I thought we agreed 631 00:32:25,291 --> 00:32:27,684 on a discreet presence by security. 632 00:32:27,771 --> 00:32:30,339 This is discreet, at least far more discreet 633 00:32:30,426 --> 00:32:32,472 than Mr. Garibaldi would have preferred. 634 00:32:32,559 --> 00:32:34,778 Having each guest strip-searched 635 00:32:34,865 --> 00:32:36,606 on his way in. 636 00:32:36,693 --> 00:32:37,956 I'm glad you talked him out of it. 637 00:32:38,043 --> 00:32:39,914 I have no desire to be struck blind 638 00:32:40,001 --> 00:32:41,742 by the sight of Londo naked. 639 00:32:46,442 --> 00:32:48,009 Anything new from Mr. Garibaldi? 640 00:32:48,096 --> 00:32:49,924 He's still analyzing the voice mail 641 00:32:50,011 --> 00:32:51,143 from my computer system. 642 00:32:51,230 --> 00:32:53,362 With luck, he's got something by now. 643 00:32:53,449 --> 00:32:55,234 'Negative on voice match' 644 00:32:55,321 --> 00:32:57,976 'to human criminal subjects on file.' 645 00:32:58,063 --> 00:32:59,673 Alright. Then try the alien files. 646 00:32:59,760 --> 00:33:01,109 Maybe he just sounded human. 647 00:33:02,850 --> 00:33:04,286 'Negative on voice match' 648 00:33:04,373 --> 00:33:07,246 'to alien criminal subjects on file.' 649 00:33:07,333 --> 00:33:08,987 Damn it. 650 00:33:16,995 --> 00:33:19,171 'I know that you're a fan of President Lincoln..' 651 00:33:21,738 --> 00:33:23,784 'Some say that Roosevelt felt he would not make it' 652 00:33:23,871 --> 00:33:25,090 'out of office alive..' 653 00:33:26,656 --> 00:33:28,571 'President Kyoshi of the Eastern Block' 654 00:33:28,658 --> 00:33:30,617 '50 years ago, dying..' 655 00:33:33,924 --> 00:33:37,537 Roosevelt died of natural causes. 656 00:33:37,624 --> 00:33:39,278 Lincoln and Kyoshi were killed by soldiers 657 00:33:39,365 --> 00:33:41,889 who fought for the other side in a civil war. 658 00:33:45,371 --> 00:33:46,633 Computer, check voice pattern against 659 00:33:46,720 --> 00:33:49,157 current Earthforce personnel on file. 660 00:33:49,244 --> 00:33:50,811 'Negative on voice match.' 661 00:33:50,898 --> 00:33:53,335 'Only partial list of records available.' 662 00:33:53,422 --> 00:33:56,077 Cross-check with files in Earthdome central office. 663 00:33:56,164 --> 00:33:59,733 'Initiating tachyon download. Stand by.' 664 00:34:06,609 --> 00:34:07,784 Security. Go. 665 00:34:07,871 --> 00:34:09,743 Zack, I got it. Go private. 666 00:34:12,528 --> 00:34:14,835 His name's John Clemens formerly Major Clemens. 667 00:34:14,922 --> 00:34:16,358 He ran the Beta 7 prison system 668 00:34:16,445 --> 00:34:18,056 under President Clark. 669 00:34:18,143 --> 00:34:20,971 When Clark was kicked out of office, he went underground. 670 00:34:21,059 --> 00:34:22,495 Now, this guy's wanted for the murder and torture 671 00:34:22,582 --> 00:34:24,192 of dissidents on Beta 7 and elsewhere. 672 00:34:24,279 --> 00:34:25,585 If he shows his face anywhere in the Alliance 673 00:34:25,672 --> 00:34:27,021 he's a dead man. 674 00:34:27,108 --> 00:34:28,501 Yeah, which means he's got nothing to lose 675 00:34:28,588 --> 00:34:29,719 and blames Sheridan. 676 00:34:29,806 --> 00:34:31,199 Exactly. 677 00:34:31,286 --> 00:34:32,679 Zack, this guy's a trained infiltrator. 678 00:34:32,766 --> 00:34:34,507 He could be anywhere or anybody. 679 00:34:36,117 --> 00:34:37,684 Just get me a description, will you? 680 00:34:37,771 --> 00:34:39,077 I'm workin' on it. 681 00:34:51,306 --> 00:34:52,829 Hold it. You can't come in here. 682 00:34:52,916 --> 00:34:54,309 No, no, no. Let him go. Let him go. 683 00:34:56,094 --> 00:34:57,182 Oh.. 684 00:35:06,539 --> 00:35:07,888 No! 685 00:35:18,942 --> 00:35:20,596 There! 686 00:35:20,683 --> 00:35:21,902 Get down! 687 00:35:25,558 --> 00:35:27,821 Back off. Back off! Or I'll kill her. 688 00:35:35,655 --> 00:35:37,918 - Are you alright, dear? - I'm fine. 689 00:35:38,005 --> 00:35:40,268 Zack, put out an all-points bulletin. 690 00:35:40,355 --> 00:35:41,748 Already done. He won't get very far. 691 00:35:41,835 --> 00:35:43,489 We sealed off all the docking bays. 692 00:35:43,576 --> 00:35:45,491 His picture's gonna be all over the station in a few minutes. 693 00:35:45,578 --> 00:35:48,537 I assume this will postpone the rest of the ceremony. 694 00:35:48,624 --> 00:35:51,061 No. He had his chance, and he blew it. 695 00:35:51,149 --> 00:35:53,020 He won't get this close again. 696 00:35:53,107 --> 00:35:54,978 We need to make sure they all understand 697 00:35:55,065 --> 00:35:57,285 we will not be intimidated. 698 00:35:57,372 --> 00:35:59,331 We continue. 699 00:35:59,418 --> 00:36:02,638 'Initiating station-wide security check.' 700 00:36:02,725 --> 00:36:06,816 'All security personnel, report to your unit commanders.' 701 00:36:06,903 --> 00:36:09,993 'A level-one APB is in progress.' 702 00:36:10,080 --> 00:36:11,343 Come on. 703 00:36:18,480 --> 00:36:20,613 We'll get him. Don't worry. 704 00:36:22,310 --> 00:36:24,269 I mean, where the hell's he gonna go? 705 00:36:32,320 --> 00:36:33,626 Unh! 706 00:37:01,784 --> 00:37:03,177 Oh, hell. 707 00:37:21,978 --> 00:37:24,242 Whoever speaks for the Alliance 708 00:37:24,329 --> 00:37:26,287 speaks with one voice for many. 709 00:37:27,810 --> 00:37:30,465 Consequently, this contains the first page 710 00:37:30,552 --> 00:37:33,076 of every holy book of every race 711 00:37:33,163 --> 00:37:35,035 that has joined the New Alliance. 712 00:37:37,298 --> 00:37:38,908 'Whoever speaks for the Alliance' 713 00:37:38,995 --> 00:37:41,346 'does so with the understanding' 714 00:37:41,433 --> 00:37:42,956 that it is the inalienable right 715 00:37:43,043 --> 00:37:47,265 of every sentient being to live free. 716 00:37:47,352 --> 00:37:49,441 To pursue their dreams. 717 00:37:49,528 --> 00:37:51,660 To address wrongs within their own society 718 00:37:51,747 --> 00:37:54,054 without fear of retribution. 719 00:37:54,141 --> 00:37:58,363 To believe as their conscience requires in matters of faith. 720 00:37:58,450 --> 00:38:00,234 But also to respect the rights of others 721 00:38:00,321 --> 00:38:02,628 to believe differently. 722 00:38:02,715 --> 00:38:03,933 Or not at all. 723 00:38:05,544 --> 00:38:07,937 Do you, John J. Sheridan.. 724 00:38:12,768 --> 00:38:14,509 'Everybody else can go.' 725 00:38:14,596 --> 00:38:15,771 'You have ten seconds.' 726 00:38:18,513 --> 00:38:19,906 'Let's go! Let's go!' 727 00:38:24,171 --> 00:38:26,826 Fire at that range, you're just as dead as I am. 728 00:38:26,913 --> 00:38:28,044 'That's okay by me.' 729 00:38:29,132 --> 00:38:30,830 'You ruined my life.' 730 00:38:30,917 --> 00:38:33,093 My career. 731 00:38:33,180 --> 00:38:36,096 My family, and my world, Sheridan. 732 00:38:36,183 --> 00:38:37,837 Time to pay the piper. 733 00:38:37,924 --> 00:38:39,447 And what will this accomplish? 734 00:38:39,534 --> 00:38:41,623 Even if you kill me, the Alliance will go on. 735 00:38:43,799 --> 00:38:45,845 'Maybe it will, maybe it won't.' 736 00:38:45,932 --> 00:38:49,065 'It doesn't matter much to me either way.' 737 00:38:49,152 --> 00:38:50,458 'Just as long as you're dead.' 738 00:38:52,939 --> 00:38:54,332 Goodbye, Sheridan. 739 00:38:57,944 --> 00:38:59,728 C and C, I can't hold him. 740 00:38:59,815 --> 00:39:01,948 If this cockpit breeches, I'm screwed. 741 00:39:02,035 --> 00:39:03,819 'Assailant's ship is targeted.' 742 00:39:06,039 --> 00:39:07,214 Are we clear? 743 00:39:07,301 --> 00:39:09,390 'All clear.' 744 00:39:09,477 --> 00:39:10,739 Here he comes. 745 00:39:13,002 --> 00:39:14,308 'Fire at will.' 746 00:39:29,236 --> 00:39:31,369 You want to be president? 747 00:39:31,456 --> 00:39:32,674 Yes. 748 00:39:32,761 --> 00:39:35,329 Put your hand on the book and say, "I do." 749 00:39:35,416 --> 00:39:36,765 - I do. - Fine. Done. 750 00:39:36,852 --> 00:39:38,158 Let's eat. 751 00:39:53,826 --> 00:39:56,219 - You're Mr. Byron? - Just Byron. 752 00:39:59,092 --> 00:40:02,400 I saw what your friend did on my behalf. 753 00:40:02,487 --> 00:40:03,966 I'm sorry for your loss. 754 00:40:06,534 --> 00:40:08,667 Now, Captain Lochley informed me that.. 755 00:40:08,754 --> 00:40:11,974 ...you requested to start a small colony here. 756 00:40:12,061 --> 00:40:14,150 I assume she's told you her decision. 757 00:40:14,237 --> 00:40:16,326 She told us no. 758 00:40:16,414 --> 00:40:18,981 It's a word we've become accustomed to. 759 00:40:19,068 --> 00:40:21,375 We'd hoped for something better here. 760 00:40:21,462 --> 00:40:24,247 - We were wrong. - Not entirely. 761 00:40:24,334 --> 00:40:27,294 See, our arrangement is that I handle any political decisions 762 00:40:27,381 --> 00:40:30,297 that affect the Alliance and Babylon 5. 763 00:40:30,384 --> 00:40:33,213 I'm putting this decision in that category. 764 00:40:33,300 --> 00:40:35,998 You have my authority to start a colony here. 765 00:40:36,085 --> 00:40:38,566 'And we'll set aside part of Brown sector.' 766 00:40:38,653 --> 00:40:41,656 It's not much, and it's not pretty. 767 00:40:41,743 --> 00:40:43,049 But it's a start. 768 00:40:44,485 --> 00:40:47,140 Thank you. I will tell the others. 769 00:40:52,493 --> 00:40:55,844 I hope you made the right decision. 770 00:40:55,931 --> 00:40:59,239 We both know a telepath war is coming one of these days. 771 00:40:59,326 --> 00:41:00,936 It won't hurt to have some of our own on hand 772 00:41:01,023 --> 00:41:02,372 when things get ugly. 773 00:41:02,460 --> 00:41:04,984 Besides, one of his people saved my life. 774 00:41:05,071 --> 00:41:06,638 I owe them. 775 00:41:06,725 --> 00:41:08,509 I suppose so. 776 00:41:08,596 --> 00:41:10,685 So, how'd the meeting with Garibaldi go? 777 00:41:10,772 --> 00:41:13,601 Fine. He said he'd notify the captain ASAP. 778 00:41:25,918 --> 00:41:28,094 Huh. It's a little crooked. 779 00:41:29,443 --> 00:41:30,705 Yes? 780 00:41:30,792 --> 00:41:32,881 Well, I just, uh, wanted to stop by 781 00:41:32,968 --> 00:41:34,404 see how you're settling in. 782 00:41:34,492 --> 00:41:36,102 Just fine, thank you. 783 00:41:37,886 --> 00:41:39,453 So, what do you want? 784 00:41:39,540 --> 00:41:41,760 Uh...nothing. 785 00:41:41,847 --> 00:41:44,327 Nothing really. 786 00:41:44,414 --> 00:41:46,199 I just wanna let you know I thought about 787 00:41:46,286 --> 00:41:48,506 what you said earlier about re-enlisting and.. 788 00:41:48,593 --> 00:41:49,898 Well, the bottom line is I've never been 789 00:41:49,985 --> 00:41:52,771 big on uniforms from the get-go and.. 790 00:41:52,858 --> 00:41:54,250 ...I've got someone on Mars that needs me 791 00:41:54,337 --> 00:41:57,079 so I can't re-sign with Babylon 5. 792 00:41:57,166 --> 00:41:58,559 Hmm, I understand, I-- 793 00:41:58,646 --> 00:42:00,996 However, I talked to the president earlier, and.. 794 00:42:01,083 --> 00:42:04,478 You know, I like the sound of that. 795 00:42:04,565 --> 00:42:06,828 "I talked to the president." 796 00:42:06,915 --> 00:42:08,003 Anyway, he agreed we should set up 797 00:42:08,090 --> 00:42:09,483 a covert intelligence division 798 00:42:09,570 --> 00:42:10,789 mostly to be used to keep track 799 00:42:10,876 --> 00:42:12,007 of what everybody else is doing 800 00:42:12,094 --> 00:42:13,487 and, well, hell, we might even need 801 00:42:13,574 --> 00:42:15,707 a little of our own from time to time. 802 00:42:15,794 --> 00:42:17,273 But, uh, you know, granted 803 00:42:17,360 --> 00:42:20,363 military intelligence is kind of an oxymoron 804 00:42:20,450 --> 00:42:22,801 but, uh, anyway, the new head 805 00:42:22,888 --> 00:42:25,934 of covert intelligence for the Alliance.. 806 00:42:26,021 --> 00:42:28,763 ...is pleased to meet you. 807 00:42:28,850 --> 00:42:30,243 Now, we haven't decided on a title yet. 808 00:42:30,330 --> 00:42:32,854 There's time for that. So, uh, anyway, captain. 809 00:42:32,941 --> 00:42:36,815 I guess...I'll be seeing you at the next meeting. 810 00:42:36,902 --> 00:42:38,817 - I guess so. - Mmm-hmm. 811 00:42:38,904 --> 00:42:40,209 By the way, I finished running the stats 812 00:42:40,296 --> 00:42:42,777 on our late, lamented assassin. 813 00:42:42,864 --> 00:42:45,258 I noticed you served with him a few years back. 814 00:42:45,345 --> 00:42:47,173 Yes, I did. 815 00:42:47,260 --> 00:42:49,741 He was a good soldier, a fine officer. 816 00:42:49,828 --> 00:42:52,787 But I guess...guess time can change people. 817 00:42:55,094 --> 00:42:57,705 Yeah. I guess it can at that. 818 00:43:00,099 --> 00:43:02,449 By the way.. 819 00:43:02,536 --> 00:43:04,930 Just curious. 820 00:43:05,017 --> 00:43:07,236 Which side were you on during the big fight back home? 821 00:43:11,066 --> 00:43:14,417 I was on the side of Earth, Mr. Garibaldi. 822 00:43:14,504 --> 00:43:16,637 Weren't we all? 823 00:43:16,724 --> 00:43:18,291 Hmm. 59540

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