Babylon 5 - 2x13 - Hunter Prey
- Can I help you?|- I'm looking for the captain and Ivanova.
They went down to Bay 13.|I can link in if you want.
No, that's okay. I need to talk|to them in person. Thanks.
Bay 13? Nobody goes into Bay 13.
That's what the commander|tried to tell him.
I've never seen anything like it.
There's no sign of instrumentation.|No visible way in or out.
It's absolutely seamless. Amazing.
What kind of propulsion system|does it have?
In the two years since Ambassador Kosh|arrived in this thing...
...we've run a few surface scans,|as much as we could get away with.
We could barely even|get through the skin.
It's just been sitting here|this whole time?
Mostly. He's taken it out|once or twice...
...but just to the Vorlon Homeworld|and then back again.
...late at night...
...I just come here and watch it.
If you look carefully...
...you can actually see the patterns|on the skin changing slightly.
I can't even imagine the kind of science|that's behind something like this.
Why, they must be at least|a thousand years ahead of us.
I'd give a year's pay to see|what's inside this thing.
Back away slowly.
You can see why we've had|to quarantine this whole area.
The last maintenance crew|we had in here...
...wouldn't come back.
They kept having dreams|about this thing.
They said it talked to them|in their sleep.
He's been here for two years...
...and we don't know anything|more about him...
...his people, or even this ship.
It's time that changed.
I think I'm gonna make it|my personal project.
Captain, I need to talk to you.|You too, commander.
Not here.|I don't want this on the links...
...and I sure as hell won't talk|in front of this thing.
- Come on.|- Let's go.
Earthforce Intelligence has posted a|fugitive alert for Dr. Everett Jacobs.
- Jacobs?|- He's on the president's personal staff.
Past tense. He's on the run,|carrying a fake ID...
...and enough stolen information to tear|the whole Earth Alliance to pieces.
- He's coming here?|- They think he's already here.
And they want him. Alive, if possible.|Dead, if necessary.
They authorized extreme sanction|against a civilian?
My God. What does this guy know?
They didn't say. They're sending|somebody to coordinate the search.
All I know is this: Armed or otherwise,|if he gives any resistance...
...our orders are shoot to kill.
The Babylon Project was our last,|best hope for peace.
A self-contained world, five miles long,|located in neutral territory.
A place of commerce and diplomacy...
... for a quarter of a million|humans and aliens.
A shining beacon in space,|all alone in the night.
It was the dawn|of the Third Age of mankind.
The year the Great War|came upon us all.
This is the story of the last|of the Babylon stations.
The year is 2259.|The name of the place is Babylon 5.
Tell me, Agent Cranston...
...what does Earth Special Intelligence|want with Dr. Jacobs?
I assumed you had been briefed.
I know he is, or was,|the president's personal physician.
I didn't know that gave him|access to classified material.
Apparently, he misused his clearance|to dip into highly secret information.
New technology we're developing...
...certain black projects,|covert missions.
Enough to send|the entire government into chaos...
...and to ruin our agreements|with half the Non-Aligned Worlds.
We cannot allow him to offload|the information he's carrying.
- What's he doing here?|- Probably meeting his buyer.
Or arranging travel outside|Earth-controlled space.
This is our last chance to catch him|before he's out of our jurisdiction.
All right. We'll put security at your|disposal to coordinate the search.
Excellent. I'll have my men plug|into your intellinets immediately.
We'll go level by level,|until we flush him out.
Commander, I want all outgoing ships|checked out before they leave.
Slow down jump clearances|as much as you can.
- Say we're having mechanical problems.|- That they'll believe.
If you'll show Agent Cranston|and his people to their quarters...
...I'll get Mr. Garibaldi|moving on the search.
Captain, thank you.|We appreciate your cooperation.
He knows all the right things to say.|Nothing sounded really bogus...
...as to raise any red flags,|but he's not telling us everything.
His type never does.|But he is worried, that's for sure...
...which inclines me to go along with|this until, and unless, we hear otherwise.
But if he is right, we can't let|Dr. Jacobs get off this station.
Don't worry.|If he's here, we'll find him.
And I think I know where|to start asking some questions.
That's the most ridiculous thing|I've ever heard.
- Then you do know him?|- Know him?
Michael, you ever consider climbing out of|the barracks and looking at the world?
I will, when people stop|shooting at me.
Dr. Jacobs is a decent human being.|He's a humanitarian.
I studied under him at Harvard. A Lot|of us looked up to him as a role model.
When I had trouble with xenobiogenics,|he was the only one to help me.
I might not even be here|if it hadn't been for him.
He's the best there is.
The last time you vouched for a doctor,|we had three dead bodies...
...the station was trashed...
...and an Ikarran war machine was|shooting at everything.
Fine. You don't want my advice,|don't ask for it...
...but I'm telling you,|there's been a mistake.
Dr. Jacobs that I knew|would never sell out Earth.
Maybe he's not the same|Dr. Jacobs you knew anymore.
You looking for anything|in particular?
No, no. Just...
Excuse me, I...
I hear that you're the man|to talk to about special orders.
Well, it depends how special.
I need an Identicard.
You got expensive needs.
Well, whatever it is, I'll pay for it.
- But you just said that...|- I didn't say anything.
All I did was ask you|a couple of questions. That's all.
- Lf it's the money, I have...|- No, you want it too much.
You're either working for security...
...or you're on the run|from some really bad people.
- Either way, I'm out of it.|- No, please. Please...
Afternoon, Ambassador Kosh.
Just thought I'd make sure you knew|about the conference tomorrow...
...to discuss the Narn refugee problem.
I found myself near Bay 13 earlier.
I got a look at your ship.|It's an amazing piece of work.
Made me realize just how much|we still don't know about you...
...your culture, your people.
And I was thinking maybe we should|spend some time together soon.
Build some bridges.
Work toward a greater understanding|of one another.
- Why?|- You tell me.
You're the one who popped in my dream|when I was in that alien ship.
It felt like...
I don't know, like you called to me.
I sought understanding.
I listened to the song.|Your thoughts became a song.
Has this ever happened before?
We'll operate in rotating shifts.|Ten hours on, ten hours off.
Have your squads check every level|down the air ducts.
And as we clear each sector,|we'll place guards behind us...
...so that we'll be sure|that he's not doubling back.
With all due respect, sir, what you're|suggesting could take weeks or months.
This place is five miles long.|He could be hiding anywhere.
These will help cut|the odds down a little.
All high-ranking|Earth Dome personnel...
...are injected with a coded|identification crystal...
...as a precaution against kidnapping.
Now, it emits a very low-level signal.|Strictly short-range.
I've stationed guards with scanners|at all the docking bays.
He's locked in.
All we need to do is close the noose.
- Any problems yet?|- No, sir.
These guys aren't very subtle,|but they know their stuff.
I'd hate to be on the wrong side|with this bunch against me.
Yeah, well, keep on top of them.
Just once, I'd like to make it through|a crisis with a minimum of grief.
There's something I remembered|I have to do.
Keep me posted on what Cranston|and his people are up to.
I'll check in with you later.
The general sent me.
I have a message.
You're in great danger, captain.
We know what you've been told.
But Dr. Jacobs is not a traitor.
Then why is half the intelligence|community out looking for him?
Earth Special Intelligence is under|President Clark's direct control.
Jacobs represents a threat, and he's using|whatever resources he has to stop it.
What's the situation?
Before President Santiago was killed|aboard Earthforce One...
...Clark got off the ship,|claiming he had some kind of virus.
Twenty-four hours later, Earthforce One|is destroyed in an accident...
...and Clark assumes the presidency.
Pretty damn convenient illness.
As Clark's personal physician,|Jacobs knew it wasn't true.
If he testified to that, it would prove that|Clark knew what was going to happen.
They couldn't allow that.
But if they killed him right away, it would|look suspicious, so they watched him...
...until they figured it was safe|for the good doctor to have an accident.
We heard about it,|and we helped him escape.
It's not much of an escape.|He's trapped here.
This wasn't according to plan.
He was supposed to rendezvous|with his contact on Io.
That meeting didn't go off.
They were closing in on him, so he|jumped the first transport he could find.
And came here.
So now you're improvising. Terrific.
Cranston and his boys have my entire|security force out looking for Jacobs.
If I pull them back now,|Cranston will know I've been tipped off.
It'll expose everything|we have started to build here.
I don't have any easy answers, captain.|But it has to be done.
His testimony alone isn't enough|to bring up charges, but it's a start.
We need to accumulate|as much evidence as we can...
...so when we go public with this...
...we'll hit the target.
Because in this game, captain,|you only get one shot.
Find Jacobs before they do,|have him dictate a sworn statement...
...and get him off this station... alive.
Fine. No problem.|You want mayo on that?
I know. I know.|I just don't like the odds, that's all.
If we'd heard about this sooner,|we could've handled it quietly.
Now the whole station's involved, and|we'll have to circumvent our own people.
If the other side gets their hands|on Jacobs, they'll disappear him.
They'll do the same|to anyone he talks to.
So whatever you're going to do,|I suggest you do it quickly.
Sheridan to Garibaldi.|Meet me in my quarters in 10 minutes.
You're gonna love this.
A routine scan of the eye shows|the usual number of rods and cones...
...with the addition of small cells designed|for seeing into the ultraviolet frequency.
If you should have to operate|on this area...
If you should have to operate|on this area, I recommend...
Set up the scanners to move into the|optic cavity so we can proceed.
Hi, doc. Just wanted|to say happy birthday. That's all.
- What you saying? It's not my birthday.|- Catch you later.
What the hell is...?
- Do you mind?|- Let's go.
Computer, play back last message frame|by frame. Look for any abnormalities.
I'm nearly out of stims.
I have to keep moving.
If I fall asleep,|they'll get me and...
If they get me, I...
I don't know if this|will get to you, Mary, but...
I'm just desperately tired.
I don't know who to turn to,|whom I can trust.
What the hell do you think|you're doing, man?
Hold on. Hold on.
You got something?
I don't know.
It's gone now.
Think we should we report it,|just in case?
Yeah, let's go. Come on.
Maybe now you'll admit|you were wrong about Jacobs?
- I didn't say I believe them.|- You didn't say you believed me.
- I don't believe anybody.|- What a wonderful world you live in.
Well, the rent is cheap, the pay is decent|and I get to make my own hours.
Are you gonna help me,|or spend two days analyzing my lifestyle?
All right, go ahead.
My people reported a blip on their|scanners an hour ago in Brown 2.
Maybe it's Jacobs, maybe not.|Either way, it's a good place to start.
We can't bring my people in on this.|We don't wanna place them in jeopardy...
...so we're gonna have to go in|after him ourselves. Unofficially.
Which means you have to go up|against your own security force.
It won't be easy.|I trained them myself.
I do have one advantage that they don't:
I've got you, and you know Jacobs.|If anybody can help me find him, it's you.
- Won't you be recognized?|- I don't get into Downbelow a lot.
When I do, they don't see me,|they see the badge.
And I have an excellent disguise.
Why is my life suddenly passing|in front of my eyes?
You don't belong here.
Your clothes say money.
I don't know what you're talking about.|Get out of my way.
What is it?
You buying or selling?
Or running away?
Is somebody chasing you?
Now, why would that be?
Unless maybe you got something|somebody wants.
I don't want any trouble.|I'll pay you whatever you want.
Yeah, you will.
Why don't you just listen to what I say?|There's nothing of value in there.
Mary, I don 't know if you'll get this.|But I wanted to make sure...
Nice. I could pick up|a few credits for this one.
What's this? A fake pocket?
You've been holding out on me.
What's on it?
Account numbers? Files?
There's nothing there|that would interest you.
Everything interests me.
It looks like a real antique,|not one of those knockoffs.
"Office of the President|of the Earth Alliance"?
It was a gift.
I knew you didn't belong down here.
Keep him here.|Don't hurt him unless you have to.
I'm gonna find out what's on here.
Maybe someone will pay good money|to get it back.
If not, maybe somebody|will pay good money for him.
And we've made complete scans|of levels one through 15...
...starting with Blue Sector, moving|across to this part of Brown Sector.
He has to be in this area,|the area you call "Downbelow."
- Unless you've missed something.|- Unlikely.
- Your security forces are very efficient.|- Good.
The sooner we get him out of here|and into an interrogation room...
...the happier I'll be|about the whole thing.
You're right.|He's got to be in Downbelow.
- Sir, you don't know that for sure.|- Commander, where else could he be?
Come on. Next thing you'll be saying|he's Downtown.
- I didn't see anything called "Downtown."|- It's the unofficial name for this area here.
It's between the hull|and the water-reclamation system.
It's the most unpleasant part|of the station...
...not counting|the methane bathrooms.
It's full of heavy machinery, lead walls|and pipe, all over the place.
Lead? That is just the kind of thing|he'd use to block the scanners.
- You think so?|- Cranston here. Take the search team...
...out of Downbelow for now.|Check levels 50...
...and 51, between the Blue|and Grey Sectors.
And post guards at all the entrances|and exits to Downbelow.
- Confirmed.|- Good thinking, Sheridan.
I'll keep you informed on what we find.
- "Downtown"?|- Seemed like a good name.
Those levels have been sealed,|welded shut...
...since the station went online|three years ago.
Do you know how many pressure doors|they'll have to burn through?
Forty-seven, not counting|the two big ones on either side...
Of the waste-recycling plant.
Mr. Cranston and his associates will be|ripe when they return from Downtown.
Yeah. With luck, it'll buy Garibaldi|five or six hours.
Let's just hope that's enough.
Sheridan. What is it?
Captain, one of the ambassadors|is asking to see you.
- Can it wait until morning?|- I don 't know, sir. It's Ambassador Kosh.
Captain, since I've been here, Kosh|has never asked to speak to anybody.
Tell him I'll be there as soon as I can.
- Find anything?|- No. He thinks he saw someone...
...matching Jacobs' description,|but he's not sure.
- You?|- My people have been over this section...
...so they're skittish. They don't want|to answer too many questions.
It's funny how all the guards|disappeared so fast.
- Captain?|- Yeah. Probably.
I don't know how, but if anybody could|distract Cranston's bloodhounds, it's him.
- Come on, let's sit.|- Wait.
I thought we were supposed to be|looking for Jacobs?
We have been walking for six hours.|My feet hurt.
It's probably midnight or 1, topside.
You've got to keep your strength up|on a stakeout...
...so I strongly suggest you eat something.|You know, you're a doctor.
You should know better.
- So you and Jacobs go back a ways?|- Yeah.
Before the Big War.
Best teacher on campus. Been everywhere.
Used to spend all day between classes|talking about all the things he'd seen.
Quite a time.
Earth had beaten the Dilgar, and we were|setting up outposts all over the place.
Looking to the future with that reckless|enthusiasm you have when you're 22...
...when your whole life's ahead of you.|- Oh, yeah. I remember.
Back then, it was like|some long summer night.
Crazy. Innocent.|Optimistic as hell.
I don't know. Somewhere along the line|we lost something somewhere.
We lost interest in the future when all the|things we were told were coming got here.
Wasn't what we thought|it was gonna be.
It's like when you keep bugging your folks|for that one special toy for Christmas...
...and when you finally get it, it's not|as great as the vids made it look.
It just doesn't run right.
And you're so disappointed you shove it|in the closet and never take it out again.
Maybe someone should have labeled|the future, "Some assembly required."
Finest workmanship.|This is a real antique.
I'm talking 19th, 20th century.|It's somethin...
Hey, what are you doing?
This is Jacobs'. I recognize it.|Where did you get this?
I bought it. What's it to you?|You wanna buy it, you make me an offer.
- Who sold it to you?|- Some guy. I don't know.
- What did he look like?|- What am I, a camera?
What you're gonna be is a smear|on the deck if you don't answer.
I don't want any trouble here.
I just buy merchandise.|I don't ask where it comes from.
Station rat like you always knows who|he's doing business with. I want a name.
I don't give out names.|It's bad for business.
So is having your eyeballs spooned out|and served on toast.
Make up your mind, and do it fast, because|it's getting close to my breakfast time.
Sir, there's someone on the line|who says he's seen Jacobs.
Put him on.
I understand you have something for me,|Mr...?
Who I am doesn 't matter. I heard things.|I think I got the guy you're looking for.
- Where is he?|- Safe. He'll stay that way too.
But I want a finder's fee.|10,000 credits on delivery.
- I think I can arrange that.|- Good.
I'll call you when I'm ready|to make the exchange.
You wanted to see me?
- You wanted to see me.|- Well, I guess everybody does.
To see what you really are|inside that encounter suit.
They are not ready.|They would not understand.
Am I ready?
- No, you do not even understand yourself.|- Could you help me to understand you?
- Can you help me to understand you?|- Well, I can try.
Is that what you want?|An exchange of information?
I tell you something about me,|and you tell me something about you?
No. You do not understand.
- Go.|- Damn it. What do you want?
What do you want from me?
You know, ever since I got here, I've had|the feeling that you've been watching me.
You hardly ever went to council meetings|until I showed up.
When I was captured, it was you...
...reached out and touched my mind.
And now you call me here. Why?|Just to throw me out?
Are we just toys to you? Huh?|What do you want?
Never ask that question.
At least I got a response out of you.
So, what'll it be, ambassador?
- I will teach you.|- About yourself?
About you, until you are ready.
- For what?|- To fight legends.
Inside, nice and slow. Keep your hands|where I can see them. Untie him.
- Are you all right? Let me see it.|- Yeah, I'm fine.
Come on, we gotta get out of here.|Go on.
- Come on. Up.|- Stephen.
No names until we're topside.|We've been sent to find you. You're safe.
No, I mean, that doesn't matter.|I mean, it's that other man.
It's that Max. He's got a data crystal.
It's crucial evidence.
Copies of all the examinations|I made of the president.
Nuts. Okay, doc, change of plans.
- You've got to get him out of here.|- No.
You're the only one that knows|the back way out of here.
We can't lose you.
You won't. We don't have time to argue.
There's an old storage locker one level up.|Wait there. I'll get the crystal.
Hey, Max, give me the data crystal.
- I don't know what you're talking about.|- Look...
...I don't have time for this.|It's because I've had a really bad day.
And I'm in a really bad mood.
In fact, I'm damn cranky.
So why don't you give me the fraggin'|data crystal before I start to get surly.
Which is something that you|really, really...
...really don't want.
I've checked the station logs.|Twice before...
...you've used|the internal scanners to pinpoint...
...a radiation source inside Babylon 5.
- It took a lot of rewiring to make it work.|- Yes. But it is doable.
I'd like to know why you didn't mention|this possibility when we came aboard.
We've run into a crisis with Dr. Franklin.|He needs to see you as soon as possible.
If you will excuse me, Mr. Cranston,|this will only take a moment.
Perhaps you can answer my question.
I want to know why I was not told|about the internal scanners before.
And how long will it take to interface it|with our system, now that I do know?
A: You didn't ask.
B: We don't know|the systems are compatible.
C: Assuming they are, 2.3 hours.
D: At an early age|someone should've told you...
...you can attract a lot more flies|with honey than with vinegar, sir.
Well, there it is. Contains the records|of my examinations...
...of then Vice President Clark...
...before and after he supposedly|contracted a viral infection.
I've already given Mr. Garibaldi|the code to unlock the data.
They show no indication that he was|suffering from medical problems?
None. Which helps us prove|he deliberately did not want...
...to be on Earthforce One|just one day before it exploded.
All right. We'll also need to get|a statement from you...
Do you mind? You were his teacher.|What did he get in first-aid class?
- 4.0.|- 3.7.
- What?|- Forget it. Never mind. Forget I asked.
- We could go to Medlab.|- I'd have to answer too many questions.
Just try to keep both arms|the same length, all right?
We've still got one other problem|facing us, people.
Cranston's figured out that they can patch|their scanners through our system.
- Nuts.|- What does that mean?
It means that as soon as they're online,|they can just flip a switch and find you.
Can we get him off the station?
Not a chance.|Every docking bay's covered.
Not entirely correct, Mr. Garibaldi.
He's got a plan. I can tell.|He's got that look.
Internal scanners are now|configured with yours.
Just double-checking the interface|to be sure it's working.
Ambassador Kosh requesting permission|to depart.
- Tell him to wait. Begin scan.|- Scanning.
- Scanning complete. Subject not found.|- What?
- Sure the interface is working properly?|- Five by five. It's reaching every level.
The only reason he wouldn't show up|is if he isn't here.
Mr. Cranston, I took you at your word|that Dr. Jacobs was here.
If you've turned my entire station|upside down...
- Ambassador Kosh again requests...|- Fine. Tell him he can go.
I don't understand it. Our best information|said that he was coming here.
The man who tried|to sell the information...
Around here, if you offer to pay|for something or someone...
...you'll get 10 people claiming to have it.|They'll try to scam you out of the money.
- Kosh ready for jumpgate sequence.|- Okay, tell...
Just a minute!|Now, I was not informed about a launch.
The Vorlon ambassador's ship is in Bay 13.|No one goes there except him.
I want this ship scanned|before it's allowed to jump.
Maybe you didn't hear me.|That's an ambassadorial vessel.
He won't know! I want it scanned!
Now, that shouldn't be a problem for you,|captain, if there's nothing to hide.
Computer, analyze ship.|Are there any life forms present?
- Confirmed. One life form detected.|- Is it human?
Negative. Registering non-human life form.
Maybe we can call it back, escort|Ambassador Kosh off his own ship...
...and search it, even if it does mean|violating Vorlon territory.
I mean, I'm up for it if you are.
I'm sure it would cause a major diplomatic|incident without cause.
It would be all over the news, with|everyone wanting to know why we did it.
- But still, I'm...|- No, no.
It's all right. Let it go.
Commander Ivanova,|now that it's been established...
...that Dr. Jacobs is not, and|never has never been, on Babylon 5...
...we should do all we can to help out|Agent Cranston.
Backtrack from Jacobs'|last known position.
Determine which other ships|he might have boarded.
Give him their destinations, ETAs,|anything he wants.
...now that you've turned my station|upside down with this wild-goose chase...
...I expect you'll be leaving us|as soon as you have Ivanova's report.
- You enjoyed that, didn't you?|- How could you suggest such a thing?
- A foolish thought.|- Well, I'll forgive it...
Doctor, good.|You've got everything, I assume?
Ready when you are.
So, what do we do now?
He said wait until it recognizes us.
How does it know?
The same reason our scanners|indicated one alien life form...
...when Kosh wasn't around.
It's what we've suspected all along|but could never prove.
The Vorlons use organic technology.
It's a living ship. Conscious. Aware.
This should bring him out|of the artificial coma anytime now.
The only way Kosh would allow|a human inside his ship...
...was in an unconscious state.
- Dr. Jacobs, are you all right?|- Yes, yes. Fine.
It's strange. While I was asleep...
...the ship, it sang to me.
Do you have it?
His testimony, records, all of it.
It's not enough to go public with yet,|but it's a start.
We'll get Jacobs onto one of our ships|as soon as possible.
Thank you again for your help.
You've just scored a major victory|for the good guys.
You should be proud.
- Until next time, captain.|- There's always a next time, isn't there?
You better pray it stays that way,|captain.
Because as long as there is a next time,|at least there's a chance we'll win.
Because in this war, captain...
...we need all the chances we can get.
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Babylon 5 - 2x02 - Revelations
Babylon 5 - 2x03 - The Geometry of Shadows
Babylon 5 - 2x04 - A Distant Star
Babylon 5 - 2x04 - The Long Dark
Babylon 5 - 2x06 - Spider in the Web
Babylon 5 - 2x07 - Soul Mates
Babylon 5 - 2x08 - A Race Through Dark Places
Babylon 5 - 2x09 - The Coming of Shadows
Babylon 5 - 2x10 - Gropos
Babylon 5 - 2x11 - All Alone in the Night
Babylon 5 - 2x12 Acts of Sacrifice
Babylon 5 - 2x13 - Hunter Prey
Babylon 5 - 2x14 - There All the Honor Lies
Babylon 5 - 2x15 - And Now For A Word
Babylon 5 - 2x17 - Knives
Babylon 5 - 2x18 - Confessions and Lamentations
Babylon 5 - 2x19 - Divided Loyalties
Babylon 5 - 2x20 - The Long Twilight Struggle
Babylon 5 - 2x21 - Comes the Inquisitor
Babylon 5 - 2x22 - The Fall Of Night
Babylon 5 - 3x03 - A Day in the Strife
Babylon 5 - 3x05 - Voices of Authority
Babylon 5 - 3x06 - Dust to Dust
Babylon 5 - 3x07 - Exogenesis
Babylon 5 - 3x08 - Messages from Earth
Babylon 5 - 3x09 - Point of No Return
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