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{y:i}A Narn heavy cruiser?|{y:i}This is intolerable!
By treaty, all Narn warships|will be turned over to Centauri forces.
We didn't sign that treaty.|You got a problem, call Earth.
If they hadn't forced us to break away,|we wouldn't need protection.
- We take every ship we can get.|- And what guarantees will you give me...
...the cruiser will not open fire on a Centauri|vessel as it approaches Babylon 5?
The same guarantee I gave when I said|that none of the Narns...
...would break into your quarters|in the night and slit your throat.
Mr. Garibaldi, you have|never given me that promise.
You're right.
Sleep tight.
- Can I help you?|- Yes, I'm looking for Dr. Franklin.
I'm afraid he's not here.
He's taken a personal leave of absence|from his post as chief of staff.
Is there something I can do for you?
I just arrived, and I heard|about Ambassador Kosh.
I was hoping someone|could tell me what happened.
I'm afraid that information is confidential.
Look, I know he is dead.|I'm not gonna say anything to anyone.
I was just--|I am his--
I was his aide.
I was wondering if anyone was there|when it happened. If--
- Did anyone speak to him?|- No, I'm sorry.
By the time we were called in,|it was too late.
All right. Thank you.
Chief, you're just in time.
The Vorlon transport carrying their new|ambassador came through the jumpgate.
- What's up?|- Captain wants to convene...
...the War Council.|Figured I'd give you a heads up.
The way the day has been going,|I'll take whatever advance warning I can get.
Get the captain on the link.|Tell him the Vorlon ship's about to dock.
- I can do that.|- Why?
I'd just prefer to. That's all.
Okay. What is it?
With everything that's been going on...
...he just needed to get out a little,|stretch his legs a bit. So he took a walk...
...outside on the forward cargo stabilizers.
{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.
{y:i}I thank you for this, G'Kar.
We've been on the run for so long,|I haven't tasted fresh food for months.
Well, it's not the hero's welcome|you deserve, but it will do for now.
Breen.
You've managed to import breen|from Homeworld. How?
It isn't actually breen.
- The smell, the taste--|- It's an Earth food.
They are called Swedish meatballs.
It's a strange thing,|but every sentient race...
...has its own version|of these Swedish meatballs.
I suspect it's one of those|great universal mysteries...
...which will either never be explained|or which would drive you mad...
...if you ever learned the truth.
So, Na'Kal, have you been able to determine|how many of our ships survived the war?
The Centauri and their allies|were quite thorough, G'Kar.
We estimate no more than 10.|A mix of dreadnoughts...
...heavy cruisers, medium warships.
Fortunately, the Centauri|were in such a hurry to reach Homeworld...
...they left some of our ships disabled,|but not destroyed.
Most are being repaired now,|cannibalizing one to fix another.
- What of your ship, Na'Kal?|- The "G'Tok" is fully functional.
Had we not been given shelter|by Capt. Sheridan...
...during the last days of the war,|the story might have been very different.
When do we strike back?
We don't.
Not until we have repaired|the other ships.
For now, the most important thing we can do|is lend our forces to protect this place.
Because if Babylon 5 falls,|we all fall with it.
I thought Garibaldi was going to be here.
He was, and then I told him|what I noticed in the maintenance log.
Dr. Franklin hasn't been in or out|of his quarters in three, almost four days.
- Has anyone seen him lately?|- No, that's what's got Garibaldi worried.
Ever since he resigned Medlab,|he just hasn't been the same.
- I think he's in a lot of pain.|- Damn, I should have gone to see him.
Well, when he told me he was|hooked on stims, I didn't know what to say.
I was floored.
Then everything got nuts,|as it always does.
That's no excuse. I hope he's okay.
Garibaldi said he'd link in|as soon as he found out anything.
Welcome to Babylon 5, ambassador.|I'm Capt. John Sheridan.
This is my second,|Cmdr. Susan Ivanova.
Thank you for coming.
I wish we could have met|under better circumstances.
I didn't know Ambassador Kosh|as well as I might have wished.
I'm not sure anyone did, really.
But we were enriched by his presence,|and we are all diminished by his loss.
As per your government's request,|we've kept Kosh's death a secret...
...known only to the command staff|and those Medlab personnel directly involved.
To avoid damaging the fragile alliance|that we've created here...
...they have asked us|to maintain that secret.
So now I understand,|for all intents and purposes...
...you are to take Kosh's place.
You will occupy his quarters,|and we are to refer to you...
...by his name when we're in public.|Is that correct?
Well, then, we will show you the way.
Ivanova will brief you on anything|you need to know.
Before you go...
...your government neglected|to tell me your name.
How should I refer to you|when we're alone?
Kosh.
Yes, I understand that's how we're|to refer to you publicly, but privately?
- Kosh.|- Ambassador Kosh is dead.
We are all Kosh.
- Well, he's a Vorlon, all right.|- Yep.
- Stephen.|- Michael.
I was wondering when you'd|get around to looking for me.
How'd you find me?
You've been using your credit chit|to buy food, supplies...
...and traveling in a straight line.
So I figured I'd jump ahead of that line|and hit the first open market.
- What the hell are you doing?|- Well, it's a long story. You want some?
No. Why is everything|around here a long story?
Why isn't anything|ever a short story, a paragraph?
- Look, just give me the short version, okay?|- All right. Walkabout.
- That's it?|- Hey, it's that or the long version.
So, you know, you take your pick.
Oh, okay. Okay.
As a Foundationist,|I was always taught...
...that if you're not careful,|you can lose yourself in the world.
You get too busy with things,|not busy enough with yourself.
Spend your days and nights|living someone else's agendas...
...fighting someone else's battles|and doing the work...
...you're supposed to be doing, but every day|there's less and less of you in it all.
Till one day you come|to a fork in the road...
...and because you're distracted,|you're not thinking. You lose yourself.
You go right, and the rest of you,|the really important part of you, goes left.
You don't even know you've done it|till you realize, you finally realize...
...that you don't have any idea who you are|when you're not doing all those things.
Stephen, you don't really believe|there are two of you. Do you?
No, it's a metaphor. All right?
There isn't another me|walking around the station...
...but the principle is real.
I realized I didn't have any idea who I was|when I wasn't being a doctor...
...and I think I was using the stims|to avoid facing that.
Now I gotta fix it.
- How?|- By going walkabout.
You just leave everything,|and you start walking.
I mean, the Foundation adopted the idea|from the aborigines back on Earth.
The theory is,|if you're separated from yourself...
...you start walking|and you keep walking till you meet yourself.
Then you sit down,|and you have a long talk.
Talk about everything that you've learned,|everything that you've felt...
...and you talk until you've run out of words.|Now, that's vital...
...because the real important things|can't be said.
And then, if you're lucky,|you look up and there's just you.
Then you can go home.
You know how crazy this sounds?
You're a doctor, a scientist.
- And?|- And what?
Exactly.
I had heard you arrived.|I was just coming to see you.
- Where?|- I'm sorry.
I wasn't here.
I was doing what he told me to do.
He wasn't with me when I left...
...not even a piece of him.
I swear!
Failed.
Gone.
I know. I'm sorry.
It's my fault.
There was no other?
No.
Not that I knew of.
I'm sorry.
He's gone.
Follow.
How are you settling in|with the new ambassador?
Fine.
Fine.
I sense a little hesitation.
Despite their strengths,|the Vorlons are a delicate people.
They do not react well to change,|and they're not very forgiving of mistakes.
It's been a long time since one of them|has died. They're taking it pretty hard.
It's understandable.
I had a hunch this was the case.
Who knows how long|one of them lives normally?
I mean, if anything about them|can be called normal.
Well, if you do have any problems|with the ambassador...
...I hope you will let me know.
{y:i}Is there a problem?
What?
- I said, is there a problem?|- No, no.
- Everything's fine. Is there anything else?|- Yes.
There is something I need you to do.
Hi, I'm gonna have this.
Thank you for coming.|Please be seated.
As you know...
...Mr. Garibaldi recently|uncovered information...
...which seems to indicate|the Shadows have a weakness.
Now, their ships|are based on organic technology...
...which may be vulnerable|to telepathic interference.
In theory, a telepath|might be able to jam...
...their central operating system,|leaving them vulnerable to attack.
I noticed a number|of conditional phrases in that:
"Seems to indicate a weakness,"|"may be vulnerable," "in theory."
Exactly. Maybe we're right,|maybe we ain't.
Unfortunately, war doesn't|tolerate ambiguities.
We have to find out if we're right.
So I have decided to test the proposition.
In a few hours,|I'll be leaving on the "White Star".
I've asked our only resident telepath, Lyta|Alexander, to come along. She has agreed.
We'll take up position in hyperspace.|As soon as we hear of a Shadow attack...
...we'll jump out and engage|one of their fleet ships.
We will attempt to jam it...
...and then destroy it.
The last two times that we ran|into Shadow vessels...
...the only way we got out alive|was by outsmarting them.
We used Jupiter's gravity to destroy one|and blew up a jumpgate to kill another.
- We've never tried a head- on confrontation.|- Which makes this mission essential.
Now, to minimize our losses,|I'll take a skeleton crew.
Mr. Lennier, since I'll need a translator,|you'd be an asset...
...but the choice is yours.
Of course. I would be honored.
There is a second part|to this experiment.
Even if we succeed in jamming|one of those ships...
...the "White Star" may not have|the firepower to destroy it.
If any of you could send along|one of your ships as escort....
Only the "G'Tok" is capable|of a mission of this nature.
I will have to discuss this|with her captain.
Fair enough.
- Delenn?|- Consider it done.
Good.
Anyone else?
Captain, I do have one concern.
We do not know how strong|a telepath has to be...
...to jam a Shadow vessel,|or how many are necessary.
- Lyta is a P- 5. She may not be strong enough.|- I agree.
If you're determined to do this,|I recommend backup.
Bring along a couple of Minbari telepaths|on the other ship.
If things aren't working, bring them|into range and see if it makes a difference.
I'm trying to minimize the risks.
You're not minimizing any risk|if you don't bring back solid information.
This way, we'll know what we need|to shut these things down.
- I agree.|- Good.
- All agreed say aye.|- Aye.
- Opposed?|- Nay.
The ayes have it. The War Council|has spoken. You'll do it our way.
You look like you're waiting|for somebody.
I was.
Well, what happened?
She just got here.
It doesn't look like|you're from this part of town.
What's your story? Thanks.
You a businessman?
Are you flying in, checking out|the low- rent spots for action-- ?
- I live here.|- Oh, yeah?
- I'm a doctor.|- Yeah?
Yeah, my mama always told me|to marry a doctor.
I just could never find one|with the right equipment.
You know, I saw you watching me|up there...
...and it was like two lasers|shining out in the night.
- I'm sorry.|- No, don't be.
I mean, once I got used to the glare,|you know, I kind of liked it.
You know, you're good.
I mean, you are really good.
You're too good for a place like this.|That's for sure.
- So, what's your name?|- Stephen.
I had a old boyfriend named Stephen...
...and he tore my heart|down one side and up the other.
- So you're gonna be Steve.|- Steve. All right.
- And I'm Cailyn.|- Cailyn.
And I am proud and honored|to make your acquaintance.
Na'Kal, good.|Thank you for coming. I know it's late.
- Did you get my message?|- I did.
- Your opinion?|- Sheridan is embarking upon a fool's mission.
We recovered records from our fleet's|last battle with these Shadow vessels.
- They never had a chance.|- He thinks he has one now.
Perhaps...
...but our few remaining ships are our|only hope of ever reclaiming Homeworld.
We cannot waste them on fool's missions.
But if we withdraw our support...
...the odds of his returning to Babylon 5|are considerably smaller.
We cannot squander our resources, G'Kar.
If he dies...
...then he dies.
{y:i}Ship's log:
{y:i}We're en route to Sector 90|{y:i}by 110 by 47.
{y:i}There have been three Shadow attacks|{y:i}in this area in the last week...
{y:i}...so the odds are good|{y:i}they'll hit again soon.
{y:i}The second we hear anything,|{y:i}we will jump to normal space.
{y:i}I'd feel better about this if we had a few|{y:i}more ships, but we can't wait any longer.
{y:i}I just hope this works.
Why do you keep doing that?
I'm looking at your soul.|I have a theory...
...that light passes through us, refracting|our soul, mind and body like a rainbow.
And if I get the glass at the right angle...
...I can see through to someone's soul.
- What do you see?|- Just pieces.
It hasn't worked yet.
Well, maybe it worked better|than you think it did.
What are you doing here?
I don't quite know myself.
That's the wrong answer.
You're supposed to say that you're here|to spend the night with a beautiful woman.
I am?
You could be.
Yes, yes! What? Come in!
- I brought back your damn book.|- Surely this can wait until--
- Why should I care what is in it if you don't?|- You're not making sense.
No? What the hell|is that Narn ship still doing here?
I discussed the situation|with Warleader Na'Kal.
He felt it was better|to conserve our resources.
- Did he? Well, how practical of him.|- Oh, now--
No, no, no! Never mind. You're right.|He's right. Everybody's right.
Let's just look out for ourselves.
When that cruiser came out of hyperspace,|we should've done the same.
We should have just let the Centauri|take custody of it...
...instead of sending out our ships|and our pilots to defend it.
- Well, he doesn't want to go.|- Of course he doesn't.
It's easy to fight|when you got a lot of ships.
The real crunch comes|when you're down to almost nothing.
Then you either play it safe and you|probably lose it all, or you take a chance.
After what we've been through|with your people...
...Sheridan was crazy to send|our pilots to fight for you.
They didn't want to get|blown out of the sky...
...and leave B5 defenseless,|and they sure didn't want to die!
But they did it because Sheridan|told them to do it and because it was right.
- This time it is possible he could be wrong.|- Yeah, it's possible...
...but you don't follow orders because|you know it's gonna work.
You do what you're told|because your CO...
...has the moral authority|that says you may not come back.
But the cause is just and fair|and necessary.
That's why Sheridan is out there...
...and, damn it, that's where|that cruiser should be too.
It's not Na'Kal's decision, G'Kar.|He doesn't see the big picture. You do.
So in my book...
...and your book, that makes it|your responsibility. Deal with it.
It's not right, you living here like this.
- You could do so much better.|- No.
I am where I am, and it is what it is.
But I could help.
Look, I'm okay.
I'm not a wounded bird.
I know.
I know.
I just wish there was something I could do.
Well, there is.
What?
- Metazine.|- Metazine?
- That's prescription only. It's a narcotic.|- I know. It helps me sleep.
Well...
...you could sleep a lot better|if you didn't drink as much as you do.
Look, you asked if there|was anything you could do.
No. Look, ask me anything|else but that. Okay?
Okay.
Worried?
A little.
I've never done anything like this before.
Well, if it helps, neither have I.
In the grand scheme of things,|this is one hell of a lab experiment.
While we're waiting,|can I ask you a question?
Shoot.
How did you find out Kosh had died?
It was strange.
I woke up out of a dream,|and I just knew somehow.
At least once before,|Kosh had touched my mind.
I guess it left me sensitive enough|to feel it when he was killed.
Why?
No reason.
I guess...
...I'm just feeling guilty|because I wasn't there when it all happened.
You couldn't have done anything.
No one could.
Captain, we're picking up a distress signal|from a relay post in the target area.
Is it them?
- Yes.|- All right.
Stand by to jump|to normal space on my mark.
Tell the Minbari ship to stand by|in hyperspace until we signal.
You ready?
As ready as I'll ever be.
Take us in, Mr. Lennier.
I need to be on a line of sight|for this to work.
Bring us around.
Lyta?
No! No! No! No! No!
Captain, the ship is changing course,|coming in on attack vector.
I think it knows we're here.
The Shadow vessel is approaching|optimum firing range.
- Lyta, listen to me. I need you to focus.|- I can't.
Should we jump to hyperspace|or call in our other ship?
Lyta. Lyta.
Kosh!
They killed him.
They tore him apart.
Burn, you bastard.
- Mr. Lennier?|- It's not moving.
If you're gonna do something,|do it now.
All power to the forward batteries,|Mr. Lennier.
One focused continuous burst.
Now.
More power to the weapons system,|Mr. Lennier.
Let's see what it takes|to kill one of these things.
I'll have to take the jump engines off- line...
...but if I do, we won't be able|to make a jump for 20 standard minutes.
Proceed.
Keep it going, Mr. Lennier.
I'm all right. I'm all right.|I just need a moment.
Yeah.
Can you tell me what you felt?
I could feel it shifting around|in my mind, trying to slip away.
- I almost lost it twice.|- It's all right now.
- We found out what we came to find out.|- No, it's not all right.
I tried to stop it, but I think it got off|a distress call before we killed it.
- How much longer before we can jump?|- Another 10 standard minutes.
I'm still building the power back up.
I'm picking up a local disturbance.|It reads like a jump point opening.
- Is it the Minbari ship?|- I don't think so.
We've got four, repeat,|four Shadow vessels.
They don't want us to get out of here alive|with what we know.
- Are you sure we can't jump?|- Positive.
- Then we have a problem.|- Yes, sir.
Run for it.
{y:i}Capt. Sheridan.
- Yes, captain.|- "We've monitored your situation."
{y:i}Moving to intercept.
- How many telepaths do you have onboard?|- "Three."
- There are four of those ships.|- "We'll do what we can."
One's getting through. Evasive action!
- Can we fire?|- Weapons system at 60 percent of normal.
- Not enough to hurt it.|- lf there is anything you can do...
...now would be a good time.
That last one took everything I had.
I can't get through.
Shadow vessel locking on.|Their weapons are at full strength.
We're not gonna make it.
Bring us around fast.
- lf we can add our firepower to theirs....|- Coming about.
"This is G'Kar to" White Star.|{y:i}Are you all right?
Yes, for now. Thanks for coming.
"Oh, I'm not on the" G'Tok", captain."
And I brought some friends.
They ran.
Yes, they did, Mr. Lennier.
They did indeed.
{y:i}And so it begins.
Cailyn?
Hey, Cailyn?
Come on, Cailyn. Wake up.|Wake up, Cailyn!
Cailyn, come on now. Wake up.|Cailyn, you hear me?
Come on, Cailyn!
- It's good to see you back, doctor.|- I'm not.
I'm just making sure that she's okay.|What's the prognosis?
She'll be okay.|We've got her on a Metazine drip now--
Metazine? Are you out of your mind?|That's what put her here.
Doctor, it wasn't an overdose.
What are you talking about? I saw the vial.|I found her unconscious.
The vial hadn't been opened yet.
She used your Identicard|to get the Metazine...
...from a dispensary|because she couldn't afford it.
Then she came back to her quarters|and passed out before she could use it.
Passed out from what?
The pain.
- I'm sorry. I thought you knew.|- Knew what?
She was diagnosed with terminal neural|paralysis a little over two years ago...
...just before you got here. Incurable.
She took it pretty hard.
She had a pretty good career|going back home as a singer.
Dr. Kyle handled the diagnosis.
Why...? Why wasn't I told?
We assumed she'd gone back to Earth.
We don't generally track patients|after they leave here.
I mean, what she's still doing here|is anybody's guess.
How much time does she have left?
Given her current condition...
...six months, maybe seven.
- Hey.|- Hey.
- How you doing?|- They're giving me the VIP treatment.
You didn't tell me you were|such a big shot around here.
Well....
- How do I look?|- Like hell.
Why didn't you tell me, Cailyn?
Singing is the only thing|that's ever meant a damn to me.
It let's me know I'm alive.
I see what it does to people.
I can touch them|all the way from the stage.
I can make them laugh|and cry and fall in love.
You can do that at home just as well as here,|and you can get better care too.
It wouldn't make a difference.
Good care or bad, with the time|I've got left, it won't change much.
But the people you got living|in Downbelow, Steve...
...they're at the end of their ropes...
...maybe some of them,|the end of their lives.
They came out here with hope,|and they saw it die right before their eyes.
But they come and they listen to me...
...and for a moment, you can see|the hope in their eyes again.
- I can make a difference.|- Till you die.
Yeah, but we are all|gonna die from something.
I just needed something|to help me get through the pain.
And that's why I took your card.
Don't send me away, Steve.
I couldn't bear it.
You give her whatever she needs|for as long as she needs it. All right?
- You're sure you're all right?|- I'm fine.
Well, I'd still like you to stop by Medlab|and let them take a look at you.
All right. I will. Excuse me.
Before, I told you|I don't have a piece of Kosh.
But it's possible-- I don't know for sure,|but it may be someone else does.
(ENGLISH)
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