Comes The Inquisitor

Babylon 5Delenn is summoned by Kosh, who cryptically informs her that he has called for an inquisitor from the Vorlon homeworld, an interrogator who will determine Delenn’s true allegiances and motivations in her preparation for the coming war. Sheridan greets the visitor, who presumably will be another Vorlon – though the newcomer turns out to be human. And not just any human, but a human from the 19th century who claims to have been whisked away from Earth by the Vorlons. The interrogation of Delenn begins, and turns out to be a far more brutal affair than expected as Sebastian tortures her for what he deems “inadequate” answers to his very ambiguous, nearly metaphysical questions. While Delenn barely endures the test she does not understand, G’Kar is quietly struggling to maintain control of the Narn on the station, who are pooling all their resources to build an underground resistance on the conquered Narn homeworld. Finally, Sheridan interferes in Delenn’s inquisition – and his intervention has been anticipated.

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

Babylon 5Guest Cast: Wayne Alexander (Sebastian), Jack Kehler (Mr. Chase), Diane Adair (Narn Mother), Ardwight Chamberlain (Kosh), Jim Chiros (Centauri #1), Joshua Cox (Tech #1), Mark Hendrickson (Narn #1), Michael Francis Kelly (Guard), Kim Strauss (Narn #2), Craig Thomas (Human)

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