Babylon 5 (1993–1998)
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The Wheel of Fire 

Back on Babylon 5, G'Kar finds himself the focus of a Narn religious movement while Garibaldi and Lyta have their own personal problems.

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Janet Greek
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Bruce Boxleitner ... President John Sheridan
Jerry Doyle ... Michael Garibaldi
Mira Furlan ... Delenn
Richard Biggs ... Dr. Stephen Franklin
Bill Mumy ... Lennier (credit only)
Tracy Scoggins ... Capt. Elizabeth Lochley
Stephen Furst ... Vir Cotto (credit only)
Jeff Conaway ... Zack Allan
Patricia Tallman ... Lyta Alexander
Peter Jurasik ... Londo Mollari
Andreas Katsulas ... G'Kar
Monique Edwards ... Officer
Denise Gentile ... Lise Hampton-Edgars
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Storyline

G'Kar returns to the station to find he has become a religious icon. Sheridan confronts Garibaldi about his drinking problems. Lyta is taken into custody for planning attacks on Psi Corps. Delenn collapses, and they find out she's pregnant. Written by Jesse Sanchez

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Certificate:

TV-PG
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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 November 1998 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

This takes place from August 19 to August 21, 2262. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Man: [over PA] HAZMAT team to Cargo Bay 7. HAZMAT team to Cargo Bay 7.
Capt. Elizabeth Lochley: Ambassador G'Kar. Welcome back.
G'Kar: Captain Lochley. Well, this is an honor.
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References Babylon 5: Shadow Dancing (1996) See more »

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The genre of science fiction
5 December 2019 | by merryl_gibbsSee all my reviews

In my opinion, Mischief810 who wrote the review "Soap opera in space," completely misunderstands the genre of science fiction. I'm female and a good deal older than 54 (actually 68) so my opinion may be unimportant to Mischief810. However, I have been a fan of science fiction since high school and have read and watched a lot of the genre, perhaps more than Mischief810. Science fiction is not about space battles, it's about ideas. It's about the possible variations in intelligent life, interactions between different types of intelligent life, and different types of societies. It's about "what would happen if..." Babylon 5 is, and I think will always be, my favorite science fiction TV series. As TV series go, it is an outstanding example of the genre of science fiction.


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