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Crews report they'll be finished|by 1500 hours.
Good. I want to send a message|to Babylon 5...
...attention of Capt. John Sheridan.
And take this down exactly.
Captain, I was about to call.|We received a message for you.
It's from Capt. Maynard of the "Cortez."
-It's rather rude, sir.|-Rude?
Unless all your friends call you|"Swamp Rat."
That's an old nickname and a long story.|I'll have to tell you about it sometime.
The "Cortez" is coming here for resupply.
Yes, she just sent in the requisition|separately. She's asking for a lot.
-Must've been out a long time.|-At least five years.
How many Explorer-class ships|have visited Babylon 5?
-None. Until now.|-Well, you're in for a real treat.
Explorer ship coming through the gate,|commander.
Take a good look, people.|If you're supremely lucky... may see two ships like her|in your lifetime.
Captain, I believe your friend Stinky|has arrived.
{y:i}The Babylon Project was our last,|{y:i}best hope for peace.
"A self"-"contained world, five miles long,"|{y:i}located in neutral territory.
{y:i}A place of commerce and diplomacy...
{y:i}...for a quarter of a million|{y:i}humans and aliens.
{y:i}A shining beacon in space,|{y:i}all alone in the night.
{y:i}It was the dawn|{y:i}of the Third Age of mankind.
{y:i}The year the Great War|{y:i}came upon us all.
{y:i}This is the story of the last|{y:i}of the Babylon stations.
{y:i}The year is 2259.|{y:i}The name of the place is Babylon 5.
-It's really great to see you, Jack.|-Yeah, you too, John.
Last I heard, you were heading|for the Rim.
Yeah, yeah, we spent two years|mapping most of Sector 900.
You'll probably get the updated|star charts in about a month.
Saw you on the news|when they announced your posting here.
Don't tell me you get ISN|all the way out on the Rim now.
Hell, no. No, we got called back in to do|a repair on one of the Euphrates gates.
Well, we had to do a resupply anyway,|so when I heard the news...
...I thought we ought to stop in.
Captain, there you are.
Yes, ambassador.
Jack, this is Ambassador Delenn|of the Minbari Federation.
-Ambassador, Capt. Jack Maynard.|-Ambassador.
Captain, I was hoping to convene a|meeting of the Council later this week... discuss the problems in Sector 19.|-No problem.
I'll rearrange my calendar.|Let me know when, and I'll be there.
Thank you. Captain.
John, she's Minbari?
She doesn't look like one.|I mean, she does but she doesn't.
-I mean, what's the deal?|-We're still trying to figure that out.
There's the story she told us...
...but then, the Minbari never tell you|the whole truth.
I know what you mean.
This is some kind of setup|you're running here, John.
Yeah, it's big, beautiful|and crazy-making.
There's more going on here every minute|of every day...
...than anywhere else I've ever served.
Yeah, it's quite a job.
Never thought I'd see you in one like it.
Listen, doc, I appreciate your concern,|but I eat what I want, when I want...
-...and as much as I want.|-That was before you were shot.
You still have iron deficiency.|Your blood pressure's always been high.
I'm prescribing presslocomp and|putting you on a diet... you mend faster.|-But it's time...
...for me to make my favorite meal,|bagna cauda.
What is it?
It's kind of an ltalian fondue.
See, you start off with a pint of olive oil,|extra virgin. Yeah.
And then you melt about a quarter pound|of butter into it.
Then you take garlic, lots and|lots of garlic and anchovies--
Anchovies? Forget it. Too much salt.|And no bread.
Come on, doc. No salt, no bread,|no anchovies? No bagna cauda.
This is a list of things I want you|to try to avoid.
But I like all this stuff.|Especial--
Oh, come on, not--|Doc, doc, doc...
-...there's nothing left.|-Well, sure there is.
Here, this is what you can eat, see?|All kinds of things.
-You're serious about this?|-I'm not only serious about the plan...
...but this gives me an excuse to call|all ranking station personnel...
...for an atherogenic factor profile.
People don't eat right, skip meals,|eat strange things at odd hours.
I mean,|someone has to look after your health.
Okay, fine. Diet.
-No, no, no. Food plan.|-Got it.
Mr. Garibaldi.
You'll be needing these.
And Mr. Garibaldi?|I will be monitoring you closely.
The Narn and Centauri|were at each other's throats...
...the Vorlons had some kind of an|agenda that no one can understand...
...the Minbari leadership hated me|immediately and unconditionally...
...and Ambassador Delenn was|hibernating in some kind of a cocoon.
And that was just the end of the first day.
So are you handling it?
One day at a time.
I always figured we'd be having|this drink out on the Rim somewhere.
You always said|you wanted an Explorer ship.
Yeah, well, when the president calls,|it's kind of hard to say no.
Funny he should pick someone|that the Minbari don't particularly like.
Well, I try to accord them every courtesy|so they can't complain.
-Not too much anyway.|-What about you, Johnny?
This isn't exactly what you trained for.|It's not really what you wanted.
Jack, I can make a difference here.|It's important.
I suppose.
I just never figured that|a die-hard spacer like you...
...would wind up tied to a desk.
Well, it's a hell of a desk to be tied to.
-To a good visit on Babylon 5.|-Babylon 5.
The Glory Shop, Green Tiger, Finagle's|Place all filed written complaints.
The cart vendors have been bending|my ear as I walk through the Zocalo.
So, what are you doing about it?
We're checking security-system videos in|stores to see if we pick up familiar faces.
I've doubled the Zocalo watch|in the rush hours. Hasn't helped so far.
Sounds like a petty shoplifting wave,|Mr. Garibaldi. Surely you can handle it.
Yes, I can. I just thought you'd want|to be informed.
I appreciate that, but it's your job.
I expect a full report when|you apprehend the thieves. Understood?
But I thought you wanted|to know everything.
Everything important, Mr. Garibaldi.
I expect you to handle the details|in terms of security.
Yes, sir.
But I'd rather hear your stories.|I mean, you gotta remember...
...I hear the same ones over|and over again for years on my ship.
The only relief I get is when|we make a stop.
-But your stories are more interesting.|-Not necessarily.
-Well--|-Well, there was that time...
...that you took leave on Mars, and|that dancer, as I recall--
-Capt. Sheridan?|-Yes, Capt. Maynard?
-July 12, 2253.|-Forget I said anything.
Forget I said anything.
-So where are you headed next, captain?|-Oh, back out to the Rim.
The new Rim, now that we've finished|mapping Sector 900.
We're hoping to build two new jumpgates|by the end of the year...
...and have Earth follow up|with survey ships.
Captain, you've done a lot more traveling|in hyperspace than anybody else here.
-Is there any truth to the stories?|-What stories?
Well, you know things happen out there.|People see weird things.
"Universe Today" had a story asking|if something was living in hyperspace.
-Nothing can live in hyperspace.|-Well, what do you say, captain?
Well, living?|I don't know about that, lieutenant.
But there's something out there.
And I think it's stranger|than any one of us can imagine.
Were you serious when you said|something was out there in hyperspace?
Serious? What do you mean?
You weren't just yanking their chains|a little...
...building up a story|to tweak their imaginations?
No, no. I saw something once.
-Go on.|-Well, it wasn't in hyperspace, though.
But you know, things can get|kind of weird out on the Rim too.
It's funny. You never know|what you're gonna find...
...when you look over the edge|of what's known and into what's not.
We were in Sector 857. I took|my nav officer, Lieutenant Patrick...
...with me for a look-around|in one of our scout ships.
-And?|-Well, I noticed...
...that we'd gotten out of sight|of the "Cortez..."
...and I was just about ready to turn back|when I saw something.
It was maybe 1000 kilometers away,|black against space.
Now, the reason that I know it was there|is that it blotted out the stars behind it.
I don't know the exact shape of it,|but it was big.
I turned to Pat,|asked him if he could see it...
...and when I looked back,|it had vanished.
You are the second person in a month|to tell me...
...that there's something strange|going on out on the Rim.
Did your nav officer see it?
Oh, he says he saw a blink,|a change in space.
He doesn't know what it was|any more than I do.
But it's there. And it was real.
Oh, it still sends a shiver up my back|when I think about it.
No, no, no. I don't see how I can do this,|Garibaldi.
If it's the credit,|my account can handle it.
Money's not the issue. You know it.|What you want is heavy.
You won't use substitutes.|The stuff's hard to come by.
Freighters don't like to carry this 'cause|they can give space to lighter items.
I'm gonna have to hump to get this,|if I even can.
All right, all right, look.|There's a bonus in it.
-I'm working on it. That's all I can say.|-All right, good enough.
One last thing.|Don't mention this to Dr. Franklin, okay?
Okay, no problem.|But that's gonna cost you.
It's gonna cost me for you to say nothing|to somebody?
How much for you to say nothing|to everybody?
You couldn't afford it.
-Ten pounds?|-Well, a 10-pound gain isn't too bad.
But you could afford to lose it.|Here's a list of foods I want you to avoid.
No meat, low fat, lots of vegetables.
-That's rabbit food.|-Well, it's only for a little while, captain.
We'll get those 10 pounds off in no time.
Who's we?
Well, a doctor and his patient are a team,|captain. Don't you agree?
Sure. And since we're a team,|why don't you do the diet part?
I'm not sure I understand the intent|of this meeting, Teronn.
I have been delegated by others who....
Delenn, there is concern|among our people here on Babylon 5.
Meaning no disrespect, they worry|that you are no longer one of us.
I am more "one of us" at this moment|than I have ever been.
More than you will ever know.
I appreciate your concern, but there|is nothing I can tell you at this time.
-Later--|-This cannot wait.
We need to understand|what is happening.
Understanding is not required,|only obedience.
To our own kind, yes.|But that is the question.
Are you any longer our own kind?|We have a right to know.
If you cannot give us what we need,|we will ask permission... send a representative|to speak directly with the Grey Council.
Unless you object?
No. No, I have no objections.|Is there anything else?
No. Thank you.
If everything's satisfactory,|I'll return to my duties.
Just one last thing, commander.|I worked out this food plan for you.
-Are you telling me to go on a diet?|-Well--
I don't have an ounce of fat on my body.
I exercise vigorously once a day and--
But when you eat,|you don't eat enough of the right things.
You have deficiencies in calcium,|iron and several other minerals...
...and it's hampering recovery.|I recommend iron supplements...
...and an increased diet-- Food plan... replenish your system.
-I'll gain weight!|-Briefly, yes.
Figures. All my life|I've fought against imperialism.
Now suddenly,|I am the expanding Russian frontier.
But with very nice borders.
{y:i}Central Supply, we need|{y:i}a final data check on issued supplies.
"Roger that," Cortez. "We've got...."
I'll see you when you come back|this way again.
-Well, it might be a few years.|-I sure wish I were going with you.
Yeah, the Big Empty|has a way of grabbing at a man.
It's still just a job to get done, you know.
Duty hours, routine.|Dull stuff half the time.
Once in a while,|something interesting happens...
...but you know,|the adventure's all in the mind.
Well, as my chief of security would say,|that is a load of horse hockey.
The adventure is out there, Jack.|A man has to go meet it.
Well, sometimes it comes to you.|Wait for it, Johnny.
{y:i}Capt. Maynard,|"please report to the" Cortez.
{y:i}You are wanted aboard.|"Capt. Maynard, to the" Cortez, "please."
That'll be my exec,|pestering me with paperwork.
Yeah, I know the feeling.
Now, listen, Swamp Rat. You hold|this place together, you hear me?
I'd like to come back to it.
"Babylon Control, this is the" Cortez.|"C"- "1, niner"-"niner. We are ready for jump."
May I?
This is Babylon Control, "Cortez."|You are cleared for jump.
I thought this was supposed to be|your area of concern, commander.
Yes, sir. Ordinarily it would be.
The Tokati ambassador objects to having|a new consular group from Pak'ma'ra...
...quartered next to him.|He claims they smell bad.
Which of course, they do.|And that he's downwind of them.
I assume you explained|that our air is recycled...
...and there is no wind up or down|on the station?
Repeatedly, but he insists|something smells offensive...
...and that something|must be his neighbors.
He also insists only you can straighten|out this matter to his satisfaction.
The Abbai delegation is as large as|the Pak'ma'ra group...
...and they're two corridors over.|Have them swap quarters.
And you tell the ambassador|that's as upwind as it gets on Babylon 5.
Done and done.
Is there something else, commander?
-If I may speak frankly?|-Yeah.
Ever since the "Cortez" arrived,|you just haven't been yourself.
I thought perhaps you'd like|to talk about it.
I command starships, Susan,|not cities in space.
These problems, the petty complaints...
...the endless bickering,|the constant negotiations.
Jack Maynard said this isn't what|I was trained for, and he's right.
I mean, I am constantly sandbagged,|swamped, drowned...
...and snowed under by nothing|but trivia!
I mean, look at this desk.
I can't find a thing on it.|You know me. Is this me?
Starships run on details. You've always|run a tight ship. That's an admirable trait.
B5 can never run|in quite the same way.
But you had to settle|your share of crew squabbles... forgive me for saying this, but|it must be something more than just that.
Maynard is right. I've been beached.
Hardly. Running B5 takes just as much|energy, intelligence and patience... it does to command a starship.|-But there is a difference.
They have turned me into a bureaucrat,|a politician.
I'll tell you one thing. If the primates|that we came from had known...
...that someday politicians|would come out of the gene pool...
...they'd have stayed up in the trees|and written evolution off as a bad idea!
Hell, I always thought|the opposable thumb was overrated.
You're here because the president|thought you could handle it.
As your executive officer,|I have the right to know...
-...was he wrong?|-I don't know.
Maybe he was,|and it's just taken this long to sink in.
...take those alien delegations|and switch them around.
And see if you can smooth|any ruffled feathers.
Refresh my memory.
Does the Tokati ambassador|have feathers?
No, sir. I'll take care of it.
What's our ETA|on the other side of the--?
-Emergency power! All stations report.|-X.O.'s hurt bad, sir!
Get Dr. Hunter up here on the double|and check for more casualties.
-Pat, what's our flight status?|-Power's down 30 percent!
We're flying blind. After we jumped...
...the fusion reactor spiked|when it came back online.
The system wasn't ready to handle it.|The EMP blew out the tracking system.
Meaning we lost the lock-on signal|from the jumpgate.
Yes, sir. Without it,|we can't find our way out of hyperspace.
It turned out to be kids|stealing on a dare.
Some kind of initiation.|We couldn't get a lock on them...
...because it was never the same one.
I slipped some security guards|in as salespeople...
...and they nailed one of the kids.|He talked his mouth off. That was it.
-What did you do with them?|-I spaced them.
I made them give back the stuff|and assigned community service.
Seems rather mild punishment.
Not if the community service is cleaning|out the garbage recycling unit.
-This is all his fault, you know.|-Wait a minute--
I agree.|This whole diet thing is your fault.
-Food plan.|-Whatever.
Well, what are we gonna do about it?
Do it nicely.
-Anything?|-Power's back.
-The navigation's shot, captain.|-Can you fix it?
We have the parts, not the time.|It'll take 48 hours.
By that time, we'll be so off-course,|we'll never find the lock-on signal.
-Stay with it.|-Yes, sir.
Start transmitting a mayday.
Our transmission's iffy|this far into hyperspace.
Well, send it anyhow.|Something may get through.
We're getting a message from the "Cortez."
It's a mayday.
Put it on the speaker.
"This is the" Cortez-- "There's been an"--|"Accident"-- "To navig"-- "Instruments"--
"No lock"-"on signal"-- "We are"--|"Stranded in hyperspace"-- "Lost"--
"Please respond. Mayday. May"--|{y:i}Please respond.
{y:i}Mayday. Mayday. Mayday.
Take it off speaker. Keep recording.
Some other pieces|may come through in the clear.
Send this response immediately:
"Your signal has been received and help|is on the way." Keep sending that.
-Yes, sir.|-I want available pilots... the squadron bay in 20 minutes.|-I shouldn't need to remind you... ship lost in hyperspace|has ever been found again.
I know.
I do not understand the necessity|of these frequent examinations, doctor.
I am fine.
Ambassador,|you've been through quite a change.
Even if I weren't curious from a scientific|point of view, I'm a doctor.
You're my patient. I have to make sure|you're not suffering any side effects...
...of your transition.
-So....|-Nothing of consequence.
Momentary dizziness. Fatigue. That's all.
Nothing else is bothering you?
How are the other Minbari|reacting to your situation?
-Fine.|-They accept this without question?
Of course.
So when does the new delegation arrive?
-What new delegation?|-I don't know.
I only heard Mr. Garibaldi|mention to someone...
...that he was awaiting their arrival.
I believe they're called "bagna cauda"?
Cmdr. Ivanova has briefed you|on the situation.
All we know from the "Cortez"'s mayday... that something|has brought her down in hyperspace.
As the commander has reminded me... one has ever recovered a ship|from hyperspace.
-But I'm determined to try.|-How far out is she?
Unknown. We can't pick up a trace|of her lock-on signal.
The further off|the lock-on signal a ship is pulled...
...the more distorted her signals.|The first message we got...
...from the "Cortez" was fairly strong,|but it's fading.
So we have to move on this fast.
But if we don't know where she is,|how do we find her?
I have an idea on that. But it's risky.
There's a strong chance|that some or all of the rescue ships...
...might not make it back.
We know there is a drift in hyperspace...
...that can pull a powerless ship|down the gravitational incline.
The "Cortez" still has power.|She can hold her position a little longer.
...we are going to borrow a page|from the lifeboat service.
When a ship foundered in bad weather...
...they'd go in dories|to save the crew and passengers.
They'd form a line of lifeboats|from the ship to the shore.
A kind of lifeline.
The first fighter will stop just inside|the gate and lock on to the gate signal.
The second fighter will proceed|1000 kilometers further in...
...and lock on to the signal|of the first one.
The third fighter will lock on to the signal|of the second one, and so on.
Which leaves the last man|hanging in midair.
If he's broadcasting a search signal,|there's a chance the "Cortez" will pick it up.
If they're still in range.
We extend the range by moving the|fighters out like an expanding telescope.
It's a long shot.
But it's their only chance.
Any questions?
No, sir.
Good. You'll hit space in five minutes.|Good luck.
I'd give anything|to be going with them right now.
So would I.
{y:i}Zeta Wing,|"commence drop"-"sequence check."
{y:i}Power up to standby.|{y:i}Initiate drop sequence.
-"Zeta Squadron."|-Zeta Squadron, standing by.
An old friend of mine once quoted me|a ancient Egyptian blessing.
"God be between you and harm... all the empty places|where you must walk."
Bring the "Cortez" home.
-Communication status?|-Nothing from the "Cortez" now, sir.
Your message is being relayed|from fighter to fighter in hyperspace.
The pilots report no response yet.
Captain.|I'm getting a signal from Babylon 5.
-It's very faint, sir.|-On speaker.
Cortez, "this is Babylon Control."|{y:i}If you can hear us, please respond.
{y:i}We are sending help.|Cortez, "this is Babylon Control."
-"lf you can hear us, please respond."|-Send this.
"Babylon Control, this is the" Cortez.
"Babylon Control, this is the" Cortez.|"Lock"-"on still not functioning."
"Cortez," this is Babylon Control.|Keep on broadcasting your mayday.
We're homing in on it and sending|a sheepdog to lead you home.
You got the signal, Warren?
It's hard to get a beat on it, sir.|Radio locator doesn't want to settle.
-Keep scanning.|-Yes, sir.
-All right, what's happening?|-It's gotten scratchy again, sir.
I can't even hear the pilots now.
All right. Carry on.|Why don't you take a break?
Why don't you? Sir.
I can't.
Jack's too old a friend.
If this turns into a wake,|I want to be here.
Is he the one that told you|about the Egyptian blessing?
He was my first commanding officer.
The old Moon-Mars Patrol|before the war.
Damn, I thought he knew everything.
He did too.
Capt. Maynard knows the risks he|takes every time he orders his ship out.
So if it's a wake, I'll drink with you.
But until it is, why don't we just|remember that blessing?
-"Mayday. May"-- "This is the" Cortez.|-Commander, I've got the signal.
-And locking on.|-Go. I'll hold here.
Yes, sir.
Captain, captain!
I do believe that's our sheepdog.
{y:i}Navigation system inoperative.|{y:i}Communication disrupted.
Engaging lateral thrusters.
{y:i}Negative function.
-Where is he? Where's the fighter?|-Increasing range and scanning.
Scanning. Got him.
What's going on?
Come on, come on. Figure it out!
What the hell's he doing?|What's he shooting at?
I don't know.|He keeps firing in the same direction.
But there's nothing out there.
...the way home. He's firing|in the direction he wants us to go.
-Can you calculate that?|-I'm on it.
Communication to "Starfury" restored.
Cortez, "get out of here now!"
"Starfury," this is the "Cortez."|We can come after you. Do you copy?
Nav system not functioning.|Engines down. If you come after me...
...we'll both get lost. Go!
Thanks, "Starfury."
-Lay in the course. Follow the trail.|-Yes, sir.
-Ships coming through.|-How many?
Three. No, four.
"Cortez," this is Babylon Control.|Where are the other two fighters?
I'm sorry, Johnny. They didn't make it.
-Nice of you to join me finally.|-Yeah, yeah, I'm late. I know.
-Did you get it?|-Look, the supply-ship cargo master...
...begrudged every extra ounce|of every inch of space.
But I called in some favors. You're lucky|I have a few to spare, Garibaldi.
Yeah, so bill me. Where is it?
-Yes, yes.|-Okay? All right?
So I asked myself,|now, who on the station...
...could pull together the ingredients|of bagna cauda so far from Earth?
Your qualifications precede you,|Mr. Orwell.
Mr. Garibaldi.
Doc. Give me a minute.
It's for my birthday. Honest.|You can check the date.
All right, it's your birthday, so what?
So... father always made bagna cauda|for me on my birthday.
Pop was a great cook,|and bagna was his specialty.
And when he used to cook it,|I mean, the smell...
...oh, man,|the smell would fill the whole place.
It's funny, you know,|when I watched him cook...
...I knew he was doing it because|he loved me. He just could never say it.
And so he did that instead.
He's been gone a long time.
So now I make it myself|once a year.
Honoring him, you know?
It's the only part of him I got left.
Well, in that case...
...why don't you make enough for two.
-I can come back if you wish to be alone.|-No, no, no. Please.
I heard the news. I'm sorry for your loss.
That's the hard part, isn't it?
-Sending young people out to die.|-But they saved others.
At the right moment, they were|in the right place and knew what to do.
As you did.
What makes you think|this is the right place for me?
The universe puts us in places|where we can learn.
They are never easy places,|but they are right.
Wherever we are is the right place|and the right time.
The pain that sometimes comes... part of the process|of constantly being born.
You sound like you've been doing some|thinking about this on your own.
We are both, I suppose,|going through transitions.
But the universe knows what it's doing.
I wish I had your faith in the universe.
I just don't see it sometimes.
Then I will tell you a great secret,|captain.
Perhaps the greatest of all time.
The molecules of your body are the same|molecules that make up this station...
...and the nebula outside|that burn inside the stars themselves.
We are star stuff.|We are the universe, made manifest...
...trying to figure itself out.|And as we have both learned...
...sometimes the universe|requires a change of perspective.
{y:i}Thrusters back online.|"No lock"-"on signal detected."
-Estimate remaining oxygen.|-"32.5 minutes."
We've been through a lot together,|haven't we?
Who would've thought?
Computer,|analyze flight path of unknown object.
-Correlate to last sighting.|-"Stand by."
Sorry, captain.
{y:i}Jumpgate activated.
Babylon Control...
-...request permission to dock.|-Permission granted.
-Welcome home.|-Thank you, sir.
Cmdr. Galus.|The best squadron leader I ever had.
-To Galus.|-To Galus.
Lieutenant, do you have any idea at all|what caused the disruption...
-...that nearly wrecked you?|-And saved me.
When I saw it again,|just for a second...
...I figured it must be riding|its lock-on...
...even though the direction|was nothing like I've ever seen before.
When it came through the first time,|it was on a right angle to the gate.
Once I figured that out, I just struck out|in what seemed like the right direction.
As for what it was, I don't know.
There was just this feeling something|dark and dangerous had gone by.
You know that feeling, like somebody|just walked on your grave?
-That's the way I can describe it.|-This feeling something's out there.
You just never forget it.
-I wanna know what it is.|-I'm sure we'll find out one of these days.
At the moment, that investigation|isn't our first order of business.
There is one other.
Lieutenant, I know|this isn't a very good time for this...
...but Zeta Squadron|needs a new commander.
-I've decided to give it to you.|-Congratulations.
Say, isn't John supposed to be here?
Yes, he is. That reminds me,|where's Garibaldi?
Trust me, doc.|You are gonna love this.
I can feel my arteries hardening just|being in the same room with it.
All right.
-That's good.|-Told you.
-That is very good.|-You think that's good. Wait till dessert.
Wait a minute.|I didn't authorize dessert.
-No? Then you can't have any.|-What is it?
-Doesn't matter. You're not getting any.|-No, no, no. Let's not be hasty.
-No, no, no. Too late.|-This is great.
I see you're hard at it, sir.
I've decided it's time to get back to work.|The station doesn't run itself.
Capt. Maynard, Lt. Keffer and|the pilots would like you to join them.
Give me an hour, and|I'll have everything under control.
-Yes, sir.|-Ever had a long talk...
...with Ambassador Delenn, commander?
From time to time. Why?
She and the universe seem to have|a special relationship.
Don't we all?
Star stuff.
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