And All My Dreams, Torn Asunder

Babylon 5Londo is left speechless when Sheridan reveals, in a closed session of the Alliance, the evidence Lennier recorded which confirms that Centauri ships are responsible for numerous attacks on almost every member of the Alliance. As a result, Londo delivers his government’s response – total withdrawal from the Alliance – and returns home with G’Kar in tow to try to find out why the Centauri are bringing a war upon themselves. Londo’s return is met with imprisonment. Zack discovers Garibaldi’s return to drinking, but holds his silence to try to give his former boss a chance, and Sheridan personally entrusts Garibaldi with the command of the White Star fleet in an effort to prevent the tension from escalating into a full-scale war. But unfortunately for billions of people on both sides of the conflict, Garibaldi fails both of his friends.

Order now!Download this episodewritten by J. Michael Straczynski
directed by Goran Gajic
music by Christopher Franke

Guest Cast: Thomas MacGreevy (Minister), Kim Strauss (Drazi Ambassador), Jonathan Chapman (Brakiri Ambassador), Vincent Deadrick Jr. (Brakiri)

Notes: Director Goran Gajic is a Yugoslavian native, and the husband of Mira “Delenn” Furlan.

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