Convictions

Babylon 5A group of priests arrive on Babylon 5, intending to talk to members of the various alien races in order to chronicle their religious traditions. Many of the priests are skilled computer programmers and technicians, and Garibaldi is soon able to put their skills to use. Chaos is hours away, according to a series of messages anonymously sent to C&C – and when a bomb detonates in Downbelow, the hunt is on for a terrorist somewhere on the station. A second bomb destroys a docking bay and almost kills Lennier, who is trapped in the explosion while trying to help Londo to safety. Londo naturally blames the Narns, and of course G’Kar fingers the Centauri for the bombings, but when the two of them are trapped, badly wounded, in an elevator after another explosion, they must rely on setting aside their differences to escape – but neither of them is willing to do so, and they remain trapped. What no one suspects is that the reason chaos has come to Babylon 5 could be a total lack of reason, and terror could be its own motivation.

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

Guest Cast: Patrick Kilpatrick (Robert Carlson), Louis Turenne (Brother Theo), Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa (Morishi), John Flinn (Obnoxious Man), Rick Johnson (Security Guard #1), Jason Larimore (Lurker), Gwen McGee (Med Tech), Mike McKenzie (Drazi #1), Tom Simmons (Security Guard #2)

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