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Well, that's the first. It'll take|a long time to get the level of trade...
...back to where it was|before we broke away from Earth.
Right now, we need the docking fees|more than ever, but we can't catch a break.
One thing's sure.
We can't keep relying on the Minbari|for protection.
We have to create|a broader base of support.
- And you have an idea.|- Always, commander. Always.
What do you mean, 100 credits?
I mean more than 99, less than 101.
What, you got a hearing problem|or a math problem?
Look, I can't get into conceptual arguments|with you. I got people waiting.
That's three times the delivery charge|for a package this size.
That was before we had a revolution|around here.
Now, in my little corner of Earthforce,|the mail still gets delivered.
If I gotta use trap doors, alien transports and|back channels to get the mail in and out...
...then that's what I'll do|because that's my job.
Neither rain, nor snow, nor meteors,|nor alien invasion, nor--
- Look, this is extortion.|- It's business.
You see, when my costs go up,|I have to pass that along to the consumer.
That's-- That's you.
Just in case that's another one of those|concepts you got a problem with.
That's my box.
No, it's the property of|Earth Alliance Postal Service.
You pony up 100 credits,|then it's your box.
All right, look, it's the last package|I'm gonna get from Earth for a long time.
Now, it's got mozzarella, anchovies...
...garlic cloves, pepperoni.
Yeah?
What kind of pepperoni?|Is it the big sticks or the small ones?
- Oh, we're talking big sticks like this:|- Oh, yeah?
Give me the box.
And break my oath to the post office?|I'd die first. Next.
{y:i}All passengers debarking at Babylon 5,|{y:i}please report to Shuttle Bay 7.
{y:i}All passengers debarking at Babylon 5,|{y:i}please report to Shuttle Bay 7.
{y:i}The Babylon Project was our last,|{y:i}best hope for peace.
{y:i}It failed.
{y:i}But in the year of the Shadow War,|{y:i}it became something greater...
{y:i}...our last, best hope for victory.
{y:i}The year is 2260.|{y:i}The place, Babylon 5.
You're right.|Looks like Banta flu.
All right, I want everyone|on this level inoculated.
I think we caught it early enough|to keep it from spreading.
But these two will have to go|into Isolab...
...until I know they're past|the contagious point.
Mind if I come along?
They're nervous around strangers.
Yeah, no problem.
How'd you catch this|so fast anyway, Marcus?
Normally, signs of Banta flu don't show|until you're already contagious.
Most of these symptoms|wouldn't have been visible yesterday.
Banta flu is normally contracted|by eating...
...alien food that's been mixed in|with human food and fermented.
I saw them eating|out of a waste bin...
...recognized the nastier bits|from the year I spent on a Drazi colony.
It's bad enough they have to live that way in|the first place, without it making them sick.
A lot of folks around here seem to think|that Lurkers deserve what they get.
- They figure it's better to let them die and--|- And thus deplete the surplus population.
Dickens.
You know, I used to think it was awful|that life was so unfair.
Then I thought,"Wouldn't it be much|worse if life were fair?
And all the terrible things that happen to us|come because we actually deserve them?"
So now I take great comfort in the general|hostility and unfairness of the universe.
{y:i}Confirmed, Shuttle 1.|{y:i}You're cleared for docking.
Don't worry, they'll be fine.
You know, I was noticing that pin|you wear.
All the other Rangers wear one just like it,|but I don't know what it means.
The two figures on either side...
...one human, the other Minbari.
They blend together in the middle|to signify...
...the two halves of our souls uniting|against the common enemy.
This jewel?
Minbari call that Isil'zha.|It means "the future."
Birth. Beginnings.|Dawn of a new age.
Isil'zha.
I like it.
It's a subtle language|for subtle people.
Took me a year of studying|to get the fundamentals down.
The Minbari say the only way to understand|the battle is to understand the language.
War is as much concept as execution.
What else did they teach you?
Delight.
Respect.|Compassion.
That for your actions to be pure,|they must proceed...
...from direction, determination, patience|and strength.
I'm afraid I'm still working on patience.
They taught me how to live...
...how to breathe, how to fight|and how to die.
And they taught me terror.
How to use it.
And how to face it.
Think I'd like to hear more about that.
No, you wouldn't.
I'm sorry, sir. Our scanners just picked up|a weapons violation.
Could you step back, please?
What the hell?
Look, we don't want to hurt you.
Just give us the sword, mister.
Mister? Mister?
Have I been gone that long?
Have you forgotten everything?
I am Arthur, son of Uther Pendragon|and king of the Britons.
No man takes Excalibur from me|and lives.
Wait!
Leave him to me.
It's all right. Let him try.|It's all right.
Apologies, my lord.
We weren't notified of your return.
These men mean you no harm.
Your accent.|You're a Briton.
Yes, my lord. Several generations removed|from our splendid island...
...but the roots run deep nonetheless.
Please, come with us.
We'll send word to Galahad|and Lancelot--
Galahad is dead.
Lancelot is dead.
Guinevere and Percival, even Mordred,|all of them are dead.
I have been gone a long time,|a very, very long time, but I am not mad.
Then set aside your sword.
You're among friends here, Arthur.
It's all right.
I'll take it from here.
- You're sure?|- I assume full responsibility.
- Who is this?|- A doctor.
I am in no need of a doctor,|so take your leeches elsewhere.
I'm....
I'm just a little late, that's all.
Your journey has been long.
He just wishes to ensure|that you are in good health.
Our captain requires this of him.
In deference and honor to your position.
If you refuse...
...my friend will be penalized harshly|for failing to obey orders.
Very well.
I've been treated, prodded and healed by the|nine sisters since the year of our Lord 5 15.
What is another healer after that?
Lead on, I will follow you.
- You had a chance to go over his stuff?|- Yes, doctor.
No identification, no travel papers.
Nothing that could tell us|who he really is.
He must've ditched his ID|before the "Asimov" docked.
Why don't you run his fingerprints and DNA.|Maybe we'll get lucky.
Yes, doctor.
Is there a problem?
No. No problem.
You don't believe I am who I say I am,|do you?
Well, it's not for me to say.
Yes, it is.
Speak plainly.
All right.
If you are who you say you are...
...how did you get here?
Seventeen hundred years after|you supposedly died.
I'm not sure.
The last thing I remember|is lying on the field of battle at Camlan.
My brother, Sir Bedivere, had...
...pulled me away from these peasants who|were looting the bodies of my fallen knights.
It was all King Maelgwn's fault.
If he hadn't sided with Mordred,|with Lancelot out of the country...
...and Sir Gawain dead...
...the old wound...
...re- opened.
I was dying.
Three times I asked Bedivere to return|Excalibur to the Lady of the Lake.
I could not be taken till then.
By the time he finally did as I asked,|it was almost too late.
Then...
...a barge appeared offshore...
...with three queens and the nine sisters.
They took me to the island of Avalon|to heal.
They said that I would sleep for a time...
...but that I would return|when I was most needed.
I'm not sure how I came here.
But if I am here now, it's because I am|most needed here and now.
{y:i}He thinks he's who?
Arthur.|King of the Britons.
Son of Uther Pendragon,|heir to the throne of England...
...and the only man allowed|to wield Excalibur.
There was no King Arthur.|It's a story, that's all.
Well, not exactly. There's enough evidence|to suggest there may have been...
...a real person|behind those stories.
Well, either way, it's pretty obvious|this guy is not Arthur.
So, as interesting a diversion as this|might be, our first concern right now...
...has to be getting this treaty worked out.|Now, Michael--
You know, the Vorlons|have been to Earth.
And from time to time, they have taken|someone out of their time...
...preserved him until he was needed|and revived him.
Your recent encounter|with a Mr. Sebastian, for instance.
You're not serious.
A ship appeared and took Arthur to a place|where he would be healed and preserved.
A place from which he would return|when he was most needed.
Legends are legends|because they have a certain power over us.
And the idea of a legend|walking in the front door, it's....
No, no. He is not Arthur.
His speech patterns are too contemporary,|his vocabulary is all wrong.
The question we should be asking is,|what made him tip over?
I scanned his neural system,|it's intact.
So whatever's wrong is functional.|It's not organic.
May be the result of a trauma|or a breakdown or....
What terrible thing could have happened|to drive him 1700 years into the past...
...to find peace and meaning?
- Franklin.|- "Doctor..."
{y:i}...the patient you were holding in Isolab 1,|{y:i}I don't know what happened. He's escaped.
- What troubles you, old mother?|- They took it.
I suppose I should have known they would|sooner or later.
They're always taking from us.
They know Security won't get involved.
It was a picture of my husband.
He died just after we came here|looking for something better.
When they took the rest,|they found it.
Why would they take a picture?
Oh, for the frame.|It's very expensive.
He told me to sell it, but I couldn't.
It's the last of him I had left.
Eyes as lovely as yours|were never meant for tears, dear lady.
Withdraw them,|and tell me where I might find these men.
Everything you asked for.|Right in there.
How can I be sure|you've contacted everyone?
I'm a man of my word.
Want to pay half now,|half when you looked it over? That's fine.
Look, I ain't gonna mess this up.
I bring messages back and forth|from your people on Narn...
...and none of it's secret info or anything.
That's a sweet deal.
I should think so, given the price we pay|to get this past the Centauri.
I--
I told you...
...a hundred credits by yesterday,|or we beat the crap out of you.
Now, why do you make me do this?
Why do you make me do|what we both know I'm gonna do?
Release that man!
What manner of men prey on the weak|and the poor?
Stealing from old women?
Cowards, I think.
You better put that pig- sticker away|before you end up eating it.
You have something|that does not belong to you.
Actually, I suspect that you have|quite a few things that do not belong to you.
But let's start with a picture|and a frame.
I command you to hand that over|or face the consequences.
Consequences?
Yeah, I got your consequences|right here.
Yield.
Or die.
Not a chance.
I got friends.|See?
That's all right!
So does he.
I want every level checked. He may|be trying to find his way off the station.
He's armed, so consider him dangerous.|Don't get too close.
You find anything, let me know.
I got something to do.
By G'Quan, I can't recall the last time|I was in a fight like that.
No moral ambiguity.
No hopeless battle against ancient|and overwhelming forces.
They were the bad guys,|as you say.
We were the good guys.
And they made a very satisfying thump|when they hit the floor.
It's wrong for the strong to prey|on the weak.
That idea was at the very heart|of the Round Table.
To correct injustice.
To promote a society of laws,|not arms.
Well said!
That is the purpose which God and the crown|have set before me.
I cannot achieve that locked away|in some room.
No, of course not. What room?
I sense in you a warrior born,|but a priestly manner and refined education.
- Oh, well....|- My knights were such men as you.
Well, not exactly such as you.
Well, the eyes were not as....
It matters not.
You were the first to lend your good arm|to my defense.
And you shall sit at my right hand|at the new Round Table.
And...
...you shall be known as Sir G'Kar.
The Red Knight.
I don't know.|I don't know if we should be doing this.
It's my stuff.
Don't worry, I'll leave the money behind|for what it should've cost.
What are you so nervous about?
We went up against the entire Earth Alliance|and two carrier groups.
Yeah, but this is the post office.|This could get us in real trouble.
That'll be another 20 credits|for the lock.
And I am reporting this|to the postmaster general.
Oh, yeah.
Told you.
Do you mind if I ask you...
...a question?
Not at all, my good comrade in arms.
You seemed to take our battle|quite personally.
As if what they had done offended you.
It did. At Camlan field,|my knights lay dying or dead.
As dawn spread across|the bloody ground...
...I saw others moving among them...
...like specters risen|from some unholy grave.
Stealing their swords, their jewels,|their crests, their rings.
My knights were there because of me.
I was responsible.
I was responsible.
Are you all right?
Oh, yes.
Yes.
It was a dream, that's all.
Battle was not intended.
With our forces halved,|we could not stand against Mordred, so...
...I met with Mordred at Camlan|to arrange a truce...
...and buy time for Lancelot to return|with reinforcements.
We stood there out in the open.
Each of us had 14 knights at his side.
Our armies had been told to watch|and attack if someone drew a sword.
We'd just finished our negotiations...
...when one of Mordred's knights saw an|adder about to strike, so he drew his sword.
The others saw it...
...and the killing started.
It was a misunderstanding.
A misinterpretation.
See what it cost us.
Arthur? We've been looking for you.
Mr. Garibaldi is quite put out.
Mr. Garibaldi is always put out.
I heard what you did, and I respect it.
But if you don't come with me,|there will be trouble.
I will vouch for his character.
I saw the entire thing.|Because I was there.
I was in it. I was....
And they made a very agreeable thump.
Or did I mention that?
Arthur, it's the only way.
Very well.
I am somewhat tired anyway.
I could do with some rest.
Will you come with us,|Sir G'Kar?
Of course, lead on.
Sir Gawain had the same problem,|you know.
- Did he?|- Oh, yes.
Come the morning,|we'd often take one look at him...
...and called him the Green Knight.
Come, let's to it.
{y:i}A lot has happened since the last time|{y:i}we met here.
We declared independence from Earth...
...and many of you are at war|with one another.
So the question becomes...
...can this place|continue to serve its purpose?
Well, the answer is yes.
But only with your assistance.|Commander?
We're willing to put a deal on the table.
Babylon 5 still has a lot to offer.
We're a hub for travel, commerce,|finance.
We're still considered neutral territory.
As your wars continue, some of you may|even want to use us for peace negotiations.
We'd be happy to do that.
In exchange for our cooperation...
...we ask that your governments take part|in the ongoing defense of Babylon 5.
Obviously, we'll do all we can|to make sure that ships from two sides...
...actively engaged in hostilities|are not providing defense at the same time.
The Babylon Treaty serves your interests|as well as ours.
The details are spelled out|in the folders I've given you.
We hope that you'll take a look at them|and think it over.
Thank you very much.
I think I've managed to calm Mr. Garibaldi|about our friend.
G'Kar confirms he didn't commit|any crimes.
Actually, solved one|and prevented another.
Something wrong?
I took some DNA samples from Arthur...
...in case we might find something|in the genetic- record files.
You see, everyone who joins Earthforce|has his unique DNA sequence...
...mapped and logged for identification--
He was in Earthforce?|Doing what?
Take a look.
You can't show him this.
Marcus, it's who he is.
I don't care. It'll kill him.
Wait. Let's be sensible, all right?|This is the first step towards healing.
We can't just let him wander around|thinking he's King Arthur.
- Why not?|- Because this is the truth.
"Better the illusions that exalt us|than 10, 000 truths."
- Aleksandr Pushkin, yes.|- Let this one truth die, Stephen.
- Let him be Arthur. Let him be anyone!|- I have an obligation to help.
If I confront him with this,|it may snap him out of this delusion.
Your Hippocratic oath says,|"Do no harm."
If you do this,|you'll be doing great harm, Stephen.
- Stephen!|- Look, I'm sorry.
I have to.
Arthur?
Oh, I'm sorry.|I didn't sleep well last night.
The dreams again.
Terrible dreams.
The old wounds are not as well- healed|as I'd thought.
I asked you about the picture.
Well, he seems a decent and honorable man,|but I don't know him.
It's you.
No, I....
I don't think so.
David Mclntyre, age 52...
...serial number R27 A59.
Honorable discharge from Earthforce,|February 9, 2253.
Silver Star for valor.
You were at the Battle of the Line.
Twenty thousand of our best went in,|and a little over 200 survived.
It also shows you were gunnery sergeant|on the "Prometheus."
"Prometheus"?
There were Romans still living in my country|whose family married Britons...
...and they carried with them|legends from Greece.
Prometheus brought fire from the gods.|He--
This "Prometheus" was the first ship|to encounter the Minbari...
...fifteen years ago today.
Now, there was a misunderstanding.
The Minbari approached|with their gun ports open.
It's a sign of respect.
The captain, he interpreted this as a threat.|He panicked.
{y:i}Eight thousand klicks,|{y:i}7000....
{y:i}They're coming in, gun ports are open.|{y:i}Repeat, gun ports are open.
{y:i}Presume attack vector.
{y:i}Because of this misinterpretation,|{y:i}he ordered his crew to attack.
{y:i}Forward batteries, open fire.
This has nothing to do with me.
The attack destroyed two Minbari vessels|and killed their leader, Dukhat...
...and started the Earth- Minbari War.|You were gunnery sergeant.
- You fired those shots.|- No!
It was the sword that struck the adder|that started the battle.
No, it was not a sword,|it was a ship.
A sword!|The light shining off it!
The review board absolved you|of all responsibility...
...for following the orders|of your commanding officer.
Now, despite bouts of depression that|continued to get longer and more intense...
...you were put back into active duty.
We needed everyone we could get|back then.
And you made it all the way.
You volunteered|for the Battle of the Line...
...even though you knew|it was a suicide mission.
This...
...man you describe.
He had no business surviving.
A quarter of a million men and women|dead on the battlefield...
...at...
...Camlan.
- No, not Camlan.|- No, not Camlan.
They died in the Minbari War.
- I was responsible.|- No.
Responsible for my knights|and for those who followed me into battle.
And their armor was not strong enough|to protect them.
Their horses....
Their horses were on fire!
The old wound....
The old wound, yes.
The pain of memory.|It's all right now.
You can face it.|We can face it together.
No, I can never rest.
The pain will never go away.
I must return Excalibur|to the Lady of the Lake.
I didn't....
I didn't know.
We didn't know.
You couldn't know.
Bodies....
The slain....
The dying....
Bodies drifting...
...like stars.
My fault.
He deserves to die.
My fault.
{y:i}David?
David?
Can you hear me?
Can you hear me?
David?
David?
- Anything yet?|- I just got word from the Drazi ambassador.
- He's spokesman for the League.|- Yeah.
A number of them refused to sign|the mutual- defense treaty...
...but the rest of them signed on.
- Do we have enough to make it work?|- With room to spare.
God, it's almost enough to make you|start believing in miracles, isn't it?
Yes, sir. Almost.
Why? What happened?
You'd think I'd learn one of these days that|I can't fix everything, but it never happens.
And now....
I gave him back the sword.|I figured maybe it'd help, but it didn't.
One thing I don't understand...
...why did he come here?
It wasn't an accident.
He got onboard a transport,|bought a ticket.
Must've been a reason,|even if he couldn't admit it to himself.
Obviously, it had something to do with|the anniversary of his attack on the Minbari.
- That's where it all started.|- According to you, yes.
He still thinks it was a sword.
Well, a ship, a sword,|what's the difference?
None. None at all.
- Excalibur.|- Symbol of the king.
But in this case...
...the symbol of the ship|and his pain.
What's the story of Sir Bedivere?
Arthur's journey began when|the Lady of the Lake gave him Excalibur.
As he lay dying, he asked Bedivere|to return Excalibur to the Lady of the Lake.
The ladies couldn't take him to Avalon,|couldn't heal him until this was done.
He had to go full circle,|right back to where he started.
Now, he said he couldn't know|peace or rest...
...until the Lady took back Excalibur...
...the king's burden.
The king's pain.
That's why he came here.
To find someone|willing to take away his pain.
But...
...if that's Excalibur, and you're Bedivere,|who's the Lady of the Lake?
I knew you'd come to your senses|sooner or later.
Hundred credits ain't too much|when you stop to think about it, now, is it?
Yes, sir, first thing I learned is,|never mess with the post office.
You'll come a cropper every time.
Okay, let's see, where's that...?
Where's that box?
There we go.
Sorry, little post- office humor.
Hang on.|I'll get your one.
There.
There we go.|There you are.
Anything else I can do for you?|Some stamps?
Thanks, no.
Oh, before I forget.
You realize we've cut off all contact|with Earth, right?
Of course I realize that. You're not dealing|with a chimp here, you know.
And if you hadn't done that, the prices|wouldn't have gone up, would they?
I was just thinking,|before we broke away...
...the rent on this place, your quarters,|all that was being paid for by Earth, right?
But since they're out of the picture,|who's paying for all this now?
Well, I....|If-- You know--
Now...
...I might be inclined to overlook this|in light of the morale boost it gives folks...
- ...to get mail from back home, but--|- How much?
One hundred and one credits.
That ain't so much when you stop|to think about it, now, is it?
Well, I wish I could say|this was a good idea.
It's what I want to do.
I think it's what I need to do.
My people will treat him well, doctor.
He will be welcomed and put in a position|of authority in the resistance.
He has good ideas|about raising up those in need...
...about organizing others into something|better and nobler than they had been before.
We are in great need of such ideas.|And such men.
A new Round Table.
Well, I guess I've heard worse ideas|in my time.
I just wish you could stay a little longer|until we're sure you're okay.
Doctor...
...I'm healed.|Soul and body knitted together.
One journey is ended,|another beckons.
"Transport" Bokalla "is now boarding"|{y:i}outbound passengers.
That's your ship.|I'll walk you out.
Thank you, doctor.
Take care.
And you.
And you.
- Where were you?|- I hate goodbyes.
Just wanted to watch him go,|remembering Arthur.
Where my people come from,|his story has great power.
I'll miss him.
Even if he wasn't Arthur?
Now, now.
Next thing you'll be saying is|he's not Merlin.
Merlin was a great teacher,|you know.
- I'm not hearing this.|- They say he aged backwards.
That was how he was able to foretell|the future, by remembering it.
Which means he came|from the future.
Maybe he had Arthur form the Round Table|by remembering us.
We're forming one of our own,|after all.
Which makes you Percival,|I'm Galahad, him being sinless and all.
Sheridan as Arthur.
Ivanova, perhaps Gawain.
I think we both know|who Mordred is.
So the question is,|who is Morgana le Fay?
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