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These weekly meetings|are a pain in the butt.
Yeah, I know, I know, but it's the regs.|Would you stop that?
- You've been doing that all day.|- The jacket doesn't fit right.
I've taken it to five tailors. Nobody gets|the fit right. Pulls, rides, it's itchy.
- I need a silk lining.|- Zack.
I have sensitive skin. Feel this|material, it's like a winter coat--
I don't wanna feel it.|Leave me alone, okay?
Women like a guy|who looks trim and neat.
You gotta be sharp.|I look like I'm wearing a circus tent.
Any minute, a little car with 16 clowns|in it is gonna come flying out of my butt.
- Garibaldi's Fashion Express. Go.|- "We've got a code 7"- "R. You free?"
Yeah. Be right there.|I gotta go. You take notes for me.
No problem. Chief, what's a code|7- R? I never heard of that one before.
It's nothing important. You know how the|bureaucracy is always changing everything.
Catch you later.
Sorry, I got here as fast as I could.
It's all right. Go on, Delenn.|You were saying?
Wars are won or lost before|they are fought...
...through preparation, attitude, strategy|and the selection of proper allies.
In the growing war|against the Shadows...
...there may be some allies we|haven't approached yet.
Many times over the last million years...
...the Shadows were fought to a|standstill by the First Ones...
...races immeasurably older|than our own.
After the last war 1000 years ago,|we believed the First Ones went away...
...passing beyond the Galactic Rim where|no human or Minbari has ever ventured.
But the Vorlons remained.
It is possible that some of|the others may still be around.
If this is true, why haven't|we heard from them before?
They have grown tired|of constant warfare...
...lost interest in the affairs|of the younger races.
According to legend, some went|to sleep in secret places...
...deep beneath their ancient cities|where no one can bother them.
The rest walk among the stars on errands|we can never hope to understand...
- ...barely aware of our existence.|- Maybe it's time we got their attention.
Is it? When I was being|trained on Minbar...
...we were taught that the First Ones|are beyond anything we've experienced.
They don't think like we do.
They're old, powerful and dangerous.|And they don't like to be bothered.
A combination like that, you may not|want to get their attention.
Some of the First Ones could swat this|station as if it were a fly, and not notice.
Marcus is correct. Until now|we have warned the Rangers... avoid those places where|the First Ones still walk.
They're dangerous and unpredictable.
But we are reaching a point where we|can no longer avoid taking risks.
So how do we go about|sending them a message?
If you send a signal, they will not answer.|They must be contacted personally.
The danger is considerable and|the odds of success are very small.
So I have invited one other|person to our meeting today.
Good afternoon, everyone. Captain.
Delenn tells me that you're going|to try contacting the First Ones.
It is a magnificent idea,|a daring and splendid idea.
In doing so, you will see things no|human has ever seen before.
It will be fun. Assuming you're not|vaporized, dissected...
...or otherwise killed in an assortment of|supremely horrible and painful ways.
Exciting, isn't it?
{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.
I have checked the data records of the|great machine running the planet below.
It contains information|which might help.
Reports of encounters with alien forces|beyond description...
...stories of vast and nameless forces|that prowl the ruins of ancient cities.
Each report carried with it a warning:
Do not approach.
To quote a human phrase,|it gives me the screaming willies.
But I am willing to do all I can to help.
I recommend that you come|down to the planet.
We can go over it all and select|the most likely prospect for contact.
- Say, four standard hours?|- I'll be there.
Mr. Allan? Julie Musante,|Ministry of Peace.
Thank you for meeting me.|Is the captain with you?
No, sorry. I tried to reach him,|but he's in a meeting.
Oh. Well, no matter.|We'll catch up to him at his office.
Could you have my bags taken to|some appropriate quarters?
- I'll be here for a while.|- Sure. It's right this way.
I studied the station map before|I arrived, Mr. Allan. I know the way.
- Good day, ambassador.|- And to you, G'Kar.
- You are well, I trust?|- Yes, thank you.
No problems back home,|nothing troubling you?
Not that I am aware of.
- Thank you.|- Thanks.
Good day.
Well, I'm happy to hear it.|I was getting concerned.
I've noticed that you've been|spending quite a bit of time... closed meetings|with Captain Sheridan.
One might almost get the|impression that something was up.
Just the usual diplomatic exchanges|between our two governments.
Yes, of course, of course. Well,|as I'm no longer on the council...
...I suppose I've forgotten how|to tell the difference between...
...a political session|and a private meeting.
I heard an interesting word the other|day. A word I hadn't encountered before.
I'm pleased that you are continuing to|expand your frame of reference, G'Kar.
What do you know about Rangers?
- Nothing. Why? Should I?|- Well, it's a curious thing, Delenn.
My contacts have mentioned the word|to me from time to time...
...and sometimes they're speaking of a|human and sometimes of a Minbari.
If one didn't know better, one might|conclude that these humans and Minbari...
...are both part of|the same organization.
But that seems extremely unlikely,|does it not, Delenn?
Yes. Extremely.
Well, thank you for your time, Delenn.
Since you aren't able to help me, I'll just|continue making inquiries on my own.
Eventually I will figure it out.
I'll let you know what I find.
Ms. Musante, I'm sorry, I got tied up.|If I'd known you were coming--
You have some very impressive|objects here, captain.
Earthforce Silver Star for|Valor in the Minbari War...
...commendations,|your orders of promotion.
Except for the seal of the Earth Alliance,|I really don't see much that gives...
...a sense of walking into the heart of|the Earth Government on Babylon 5.
Well, I prefer a more informal office.
And as it is my office....
Yes, of course it is. Well, I was|simply trying to be of assistance.
I've been assigned here by the Ministry|of Peace, the Nightwatch Division...
...under the direct authority of the|Babylon 5 Senate Oversight Committee.
- I'm to be your new political officer.|- I don't need a political officer.
Oh, but the Senate disagrees. Things|are very touchy back home, captain.
Some of your actions haven't been|as politically astute as they might've been.
- Now, just a minute, I don't--|- I'm only repeating what I've been told.
No need to kill the messenger.
Your decisions might|have been correct on some level...
...but there are ways of doing things so|they reflect favorably on Earth Government.
And so it was decided that|you needed a political officer.
Someone who can whisper in your ear...
...who could warn you about governmental|policies you might bump into.
Someone who could keep you from|making costly political mistakes...
...that might jeopardize|your career back home.
- Zack?|- Yes, sir?
- Take a walk.|- Yes, sir.
Get this straight, Ms. Musante.|This is my command.
My position is guaranteed under|the charter of the Babylon Project.
Yes, I've read it. It does not exclude|the presence of a political officer.
Perhaps you could show me|the paragraph that I missed.
- This is a military outpost.|- Which answers to a civilian government.
Decisions made by military officers must|reflect the current governmental policies.
The president proposes|and the military disposes.
Unless there's been a coup|and no one told me.
The president invested me|with sole authority here.
Unless I receive orders to the contrary...
...I refuse to share that authority|with an unqualified civilian.
And no one is asking you to.|I am simply here to advise.
Captain, the decision's been made.|There's nothing we can do about it.
So I suggest that we do what we can|to live with it amicably.
For starters, I need you to fill me in|on what's been happening here.
And I suggest dinner at the Fresh Air|Restaurant in a couple of hours...
...around 1800 hours.
- I can't. I have another appointment.|- Really?
There's nothing posted on your schedule.|What is it? Perhaps I could help.
- It's nothing I can't cancel.|- Good.
In time you'll find I'm not|as bad as you might think.
I'll see you at 1800 hours.
Commander, I've got the captain|on channel one for you.
I'll take it in his office.
Captain. What's up?
{y:i}I just had the entire Earth bureaucracy|{y:i}land right on my back.
{y:i}Look, I can't make my appointment on|{y:i}Epsilon 3. You'll have to go in my place.
{y:i}Get the information and get|{y:i}back as soon as you can.
- Not a problem. Anything else you need?|- "A glass of whiskey, a gun and two bullets."
Understood. I'll call you|when I get back.
- Your quarters are right this way.|- Thank you.
- So how'd it go with the captain?|- Fine.
He's a loyal soldier, he knows where|his priorities are. He'll come around.
In the meantime,|I'll need you to fill me in.
On what?
On whatever the captain|chooses not to tell me.
Just until he does come around.|Zack, you're a member of Nightwatch.
You have priorities as well. Never make|the mistake of forgetting that.
Are you coming?
- I asked for Captain Sheridan.|- He's busy.
- I don't like surprises.|- Really?
Love them myself.|To me, everything's a surprise.
You're a surprise.|This place is a surprise.
You see this? Paper cut. Hurts like hell.
Anybody else would be upset, but to|me, it's one more wonderful surprise.
I surprise myself sometimes.
So I guess there's nothing wrong|with me surprising you. Right?
I like you.
- You're trouble.|- Well, thank you.
That's the nicest thing anybody's|said about me in days.
This way.
So right now we're in the lull between|storms. Now, unless they're stopped...
...the Centauri will keep moving in on|the League of Non- Aligned Worlds.
Well, I'm sure that's the rumor,|but you know how rumors are.
Earth would never ally itself with|a government that's bent on war.
But we have signed|a treaty with the Centauri.
Exactly. Which proves my point.|These noodles are wonderful.
- Do you want some?|- No. No, thank you, I'm fine.
This is just the thing I was|trying to explain earlier.
All right, so you have some concerns,|but there are ways of expressing these...
...which won't cause problems|for our leaders back home.
- Is that soy sauce?|- Yeah.
Well, enough politics. How are|things here on the station?
Fine, fine. Status quo.
We have had problems with|the lurkers, but nothing--
- Lurkers?|- It's our version of the homeless.
In many ways, we have|the same problem Earth does.
- Earth doesn't have homeless.|- Excuse me?
We don't have the problem.
Yes, there are some displaced|people here and there...
...but they've chosen|to be in that position.
They're either lazy or they're criminal|or they're mentally unstable.
They can't get a job.
Earthgov has promised a job|to anyone that wants one.
So if someone doesn't have a job,|they must not want one.
- Poverty?|- It's the same.
- Crime?|- Yes, there is some...
...but it's caused by|the mentally unstable.
We've instituted correctional centers|to filter them out at an early age.
No, we're just one happy planet.
Well, all right, there's the Marsies...
...but that won't change until they|stop fighting the Earth rule.
- And when exactly did all this happen?|- When we rewrote the dictionary.
Captain, you're a good man.|You're a fine soldier. A leader.
You understand that sometimes|before you can deal with a problem... have to redefine it.
But you can't deal with the problems|by pretending they don't exist.
There's no need|to embarrass our leaders... pointing out the flaws that they're|aware of and dealing with in their own way.
Some people just enjoy finding fault|with our leaders...
...they're anarchists, troublemakers,|or they're simply just unpatriotic.
None of which describes you. Now, do|you want people thinking otherwise?
These are the areas that I|want to help you with.
I want to feel like I'm needed, that|I'm doing my part to help bring...
...the Earthgov back to the decent,|hard- working people that created it.
I am here to protect you.
I admire your honesty and your record|and your attitude.
And I don't want to see|anyone use those against you.
Quite frankly, I think I could come|to like you, quite a lot.
Well, here we are.
If you'll just plug yourself into|the matrix, we'll take it from there.
- It's occupied.|- Oh. Yes, of course, my mistake.
I spend so much time out of my body,|I sometimes forget where it is.
If you'll excuse me.
It will only take a moment|for me to disentangle myself.
I must remember to dust myself once|in a while. This is hardly appropriate.
Well, here you go. Your jacket.
It really is quite safe. I have set the|machine so it can handle humans...
...and I've made sure it can deal with my|absence for several hours if necessary.
- So, what do I do?|- Just relax.
The program will take you from there.
Open your mind.
But whatever you do,|do not stray from the path.
- I can't breathe.|- It's all right.
Try to calm your mind. Focus.
All life forms are connected.|Look for the path.
Look for the path.
- I see it.|- It is the power that binds us.
One to another,|across the darkness of space.
Focus on the First Ones,|on the most ancient of ancients.
Let the path take you to them.
I know this place.|I've seen it on the star charts.
Sigma 957.
They were here.
I can feel their footprints in the sand.
Hear their words,|whispered in the wind.
It's beautiful.
They're coming back again.
I can--
Draal. Draal, something's wrong.
Draal, I'm not alone.
It sees me.
It knows I'm here.
It's pulling me in. I can't stop it.
It is the enemy. Pull away.|Go back to the path!
I can't. It knows I'm here.|It knows my name!
Break off! I can't pull you|out without killing you.
Turn away! Don't look at it!
That's it.
Come back now.
There's something else.
That's Earthforce One|before it exploded.
I can warn them.
- I can save the president.|- No. It's too late.
You're seeing the shadow|of things long gone.
{y:i}I've wanted Santiago dead for so long.
{y:i}I wasn't sure we could really pull it off.
- "You're sure it's done?"|- "Earthforce One will never return from Io."
{y:i}The power is now yours, Clark.|{y:i}Mr. President.
I do not understand. A normal human mind|should not have been able to do that.
I saw it. I saw it all.
The image I saw, the message,|can you record it?
- Yes, but how-- ?|- Do it. Please.
It's the proof that President|Santiago was assassinated...
...that Clark was behind everything.
We've got it.
We've got it.
I appreciate the help, captain.
I can't imagine what happened|to scramble my lock code.
Well, Security should have it open|in a little while. Can I fix you a drink?
Oh, God. Yes, please.
Oh, I like your quarters. It's a bit|larger than standard, isn't it?
Yeah, a little. They tried to hit me up|for rent on this place last year...
- ...can you believe it?|- Well, we must all do our part.
I don't mind doing my part, I just object|to doing their part as well. It's....
As I said, we must all do our part.
Perhaps now you find the presence of|a political officer a bit more appealing?
- I don't think--|- Good. Don't.
- Better. But there's no need to rush.|- No.
No, there's not.
So if you could just wait|two seconds, I'll be right back.
My usual timing. Sorry.
It's not what it seems.|Now, what're you doing?
I'm using Draal's holographic system.|I've got a lead on some of the First Ones.
There's a chance we can catch them,|but it means leaving now.
Damn it. I can't leave without an|explanation, she'll be all over me.
It looks to me like she's|already all over you.
I can't risk exposing the operation to an|outsider. You'll have to go without me.
Get ahold of Garibaldi, you'll need|someone on board who speaks Minbari.
- And be careful.|- Same to you.
Oh, and captain, while I was|in his computer system...
- ...I found something you'll find interesting.|- What?
It's a long story. I'll uplink the data|to Garibaldi before I leave.
- John?|- Good luck, captain.
I think you're about to go where|everyone has gone before.
Well, it must be colder|in here than I thought.
I'll fix it.
Mr. Garibaldi, could you tell me where|to find Commander Ivanova?
We had a meeting,|but she never showed up.
She got called off station on business.|Very last minute. I gotta go.
There have been many last- minute things|happening around here, Mr. Garibaldi.
I once believed the Centauri had the|market on secret meetings on Babylon 5.
It appears they have some competition.
I have no idea what you're talking|about. Everything's status quo.
Mr. Garibaldi, stop!
The Centauri took my world,|my government, my title.
They did not take my self- respect.
And I thought they had not taken|the respect I had earned from others.
Was I wrong in thinking that?
Something is going on, Mr. Garibaldi.
I sense a gathering of forces that|could perhaps help my people.
I know we have never|exactly been friends.
But until now,|we have never been strangers.
G'Kar, look, if there were anything I|thought could help you or your people...
- ...I'd tell you.|- Then perhaps I could help you.
I appreciate that, but I don't see how.
Well, then maybe that's something|you should work on.
- Morning.|- Oh, good morning, Mr. Allan.
So how'd your meeting go|with the captain last night?
Fine, fine.
When it comes to your union situation|here, he must be a very good negotiator.
I've never seen anyone come up|with so many creative ways...
...of saying no to a simple proposition.
Well, I've always liked|the sound of "yes" myself.
Did you know that your jacket|doesn't fit, Mr. Allan?
I suggest you have it adjusted.
I've called a meeting in three hours|to go over the new political protocol.
- I expect to see you there.|- Yes, ma'am.
- He couldn't make it.|- I need someone who speaks Minbari.
You've found him.
I did spend almost a year there.|But if you'd rather I left, fine.
I'm sure they must have an Earth-|Minbari dictionary lying around somewhere.
Tell them to set course for Sigma 957.
Before coming here, I was authorized|to begin implementing certain changes.
From this point on, it will be|inappropriate for Earthforce personnel... publicly criticize the government|or its decisions.
Violations of this will result in|immediate fines and penalties.
What about civilians?
That's not something|you need to worry about.
Just take down the information and|pass it along. We'll take it from there.
The new policies expand the range of|investigation to past associations...
...families and friends who might draw|others into compromising situations.
Is there a problem, Sergeant Allan?
Well, yeah. Babylon 5 Security|is supposed to act according...
- the rules of due process.|- When enforcing criminal law, correct.
But you are now an arm|of the political office...
...and this widens the scope|of your authority.
You are to examine station publications|to ensure they're ideologically correct.
We've revised the rules of evidence|to make them more flexible.
- lsn't all this a little extreme?|- Yes. Yes, it is.
I shouldn't be telling you this yet,|but in the coming months...
...certain individuals will be purged from|their positions on charges of sedition...
...immoral conduct, even|spying for alien governments.
With our basic freedoms at stake,|no response can be too extreme.
There may be some minor and temporary|abridgments in the protected areas...
...of speech and association,|but only until this crisis is over.
We have been betrayed|on nearly every level.
And it is going to take the efforts of|every loyal citizen to keep Earth safe...
...and ideologically pure.
- Anything yet?|- Nothing. Same as I told you an hour ago.
Maybe we can adjust the scanners.
They've been adjusted five times.|All we can do now is wait.
How long has it been since|you've had nothing to do?
- I have responsibilities.|- And what of responsibilities to yourself?
You don't have to keep busy|every moment of every day.
I don't remember authorizing a change|in discussion to my personal life.
I have to be authorized to talk|to you like a person?
- What is it you're running from?|- Don't you have anything to do?
Nope. I'm all yours.
What's that?
I think we just found them.
Transmitting recognition signal.|Let's see if Draal's information is right.
- What's happening?|- Energy drain.
- It started as it came towards us.|- Move us away.
My name is Susan Ivanova.|Commander, Earthforce.
This ship is the "White Star."|We've come to find you.
The enemy that you fought|before has returned.
In order to fight the Shadows, we've|formed an alliance with others...
...the Great Machine on Epsilon 3,|the Minbari, the Vorlons--
I think you just hit a nerve. The Vorlons|must owe them money or something.
At least they understand our language.|They're just not willing to speak it.
Who knew they were French? Sorry.
We've come to ask you for your help.
Will you join us in a fight|against the Shadows?
Is that a yes or a no?
They're not moving away.|I'd say they were thinking it over.
{y:i}I've wanted Santiago dead for so long.
{y:i}I wasn't sure we could really pull it off.
{y:i}You're sure it's done?
{y:i}Earthforce One will never return from Io.
{y:i}The power is now yours, Clark.|{y:i}Mr. President.
God. That's it, isn't it?
The proof we've been looking for and|it practically walks in the front door.
Problem is, what are|we gonna do about it?
We can't release it ourselves,|it'll raise questions... how we got it,|and why we were looking for it.
I'll send it to General Hague. He'll get it to|the right people without it being tracked.
- They'll say it's a fake.|- All high- ranking Earthforce com systems...
...carry an identifier code|on a subchannel.
That code is kept top- secret to prevent|false orders. It can't be faked.
And that code will tie|this right back to President Clark.
This is the best chance we ever had,|Michael. We have to take it.
Do you always pace like that?
Is there some way you'd|prefer me to pace?
- I really don't want to screw this up.|- Then don't.
The Minbari taught me: Claim victory in|your heart and the universe will follow.
Fine, great. Claim victory|in your heart and up your--
Zog? What do you mean, Zog?|Zog what? Zog yes? Zog no?
- It's leaving. My guess is Zog means no.|- Like hell.
I am not letting them leave|without saying yes.
Really? And how do you|propose stopping them?
Perhaps a big red- and- white sign|with the word "stop" on it?
I'll put a bucket on my head and pretend|to be the ancient Vorlon god Boogee.
- That's it!|- Fine, I'll get a bucket.
No, I meant the Vorlons.|Open a com channel. Now.
This is the "White Star"|to the departing ship.
I just want to say I appreciate your|response and I fully understand.
The Vorlons said that you wouldn't|be up for a fight like this.
In fact, they said in the last war they|carried you and did most of the work...
...while you took most|of the credit for it.
They said that if you got involved|with this one you'd just get hurt.
Come to think of it,|we've got the Vorlons.
We don't need much more help, do we?
I mean, the Vorlons are pretty close|to perfect, aren't they? And strong.
Yeah. Well, whatever.
I'll be sure and give them your|message as soon as I get back.
In the meantime, you have a nice flight.
We'll send you a message as soon as|the fighting's over... you can come back out again.
I think you're making him mad.
- It's bigger than we are.|- I know.
When it is time. Come to this place.
Call our name. We will be here.
{y:i}With the stunning revelation today of|{y:i}evidence purporting to show...
{y:i}...that the death of President|{y:i}Santiago was not an accident...
{y:i}...but an assassination|{y:i}planned from within...
"...and that then"- "Vice President Clark"|{y:i}was involved in this alleged conspiracy...
{y:i}...the evidence is undergoing tests|{y:i}designed to determine its authenticity.
{y:i}Several Senate committees|{y:i}in Earth Dome...
{y:i}...will hold closed hearings|{y:i}to discuss the issue...
{y:i}...and urge the appointment of a special|{y:i}prosecutor to evaluate the evidence.
Off. Okay, you heard the news.
I expect it to be tense out there today.|Just keep everybody calm.
Oh, and because of this situation, our|new political officer, Julie Musante...
...has been recalled to Earth to help|deal with the crisis in public morale.
So without her guidance...
...if anyone asks, say that we're|waiting for the truth to come out...
...because sooner or later,|it always does. That's all.
That's amazing. I can't believe it.|It's gotta be a mistake, right?
- Yeah, well, we'll see.|- Is there something wrong, chief?
Yeah. Yeah, there's something wrong,|Zack. What did you tell her?
What, Musante? Nothing.
I know you had a private meeting with|her. I know she's been asking questions.
Look, I didn't tell her anything.
Okay, little stuff, stupid stuff.
What am I supposed to do, play|dumb? I work for these people.
Yeah, well, you were working for me a|long time before you joined Nightwatch.
After what happened to me, it took a long|time before I could trust anyone again.
I thought I could trust you. Don't make|me have any second thoughts, huh?
- You don't trust me, chief.|- What are you talking about?
What's a code 7- R, huh? I looked it|up in the books. It ain't there.
So I have to wonder, what's going on?
Nightwatch says the people who worry|are the ones with something to hide.
- You got something to hide, chief?|- You got a charge to make, make it.
- Otherwise, I don't have time for this.|- No, I don't have a charge to make.
I'm trying to get through this,|and it ain't easy.
I'm walking a tightrope here,|and I thought you'd understand.
Boy, was I a jerk.
All right, I know you're my superior|officer and we have to work together...
...but for the rest of the day, just|don't talk to me. We'll both be happier.
It went okay then?|No problem making first contact?
No problem at all. They'll be|there when we need them.
That's one down and, what,|several thousand more to go?
Yeah, well, if this war is going|to be as bad as Delenn says...
...we'll need all the First Ones|we can find.
Any more word on the situation|with President Clark?
Earth Dome is going nuts over this.
Clark is saying it's an alien plot|to discredit him.
Santiago's family is demanding an|investigation. I mean, it's a mess.
But, the truth is out. All we can|do is hope it does some good.
I can't imagine I'll be gone very long.|It's all nonsense about the president.
This is exactly the kind of thing|that I was warning you about, Zack.
I hope you can see now|that I had a point.
Yes, ma'am. Does seem that way.
Just curious, you ever hear|of a code 7- R?
I thought it was a new security code,|something I might not have access to.
No, I've never heard of it. Why?
I don't know. I thought maybe I heard it|somewhere. I guess I was wrong.
"Earth passenger liner" Loki|{y:i}now boarding through Gate 17.
That's my ship. So I'll see you when we|finish cleaning up this mess back home.
Damage control is a great waste of|time, effort and resources, Mr. Allan.
But sooner or later, we'll find whoever|is responsible for this outrage.
And they'll be punished.|Severely, publicly and permanently.
Oh, hell. Just a second.
Damn, damn, damn. Jeez.|Okay, okay! Lights. Low.
I told you I could help. The Book of|G'Quan. Read it. We'll talk afterward.
- I don't read Narn.|- Learn.
He hates me.
They all hate me.|That's why they're doing this.
To make me crazy. Lights.
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