Whatever Happened To Mr. Garibaldi?

Babylon 5Sheridan experiences strange visions of being questioned by something unknown. He is still in an unspecified underground location on Z’ha’Dum, with the mysterious alien called Lorien, who proves beyond most reasonable doubts that Sheridan is dead…maybe. G’Kar has left the station to investigate a possible lead into Garibaldi’s whereabouts, and Marcus follows him quietly, since G’Kar’s amnesty ends at the hull of Babylon 5. G’Kar, enquiring about a recovered fragment of Garibaldi’s Starfury, makes too much of a stir at an offworld bar and attracts the attention of Centauri bounty hunters. G’Kar sends Marcus back to the station to follow up on some new information, but is captured by the Centauri and taken to their homeworld, where the Emperor presents G’Kar to Londo as a gift. Londo accepts his new slave graciously, but also sees the potential to use G’Kar as the means to remove Cartagia from the throne. Sheridan eventually digs through Lorien’s riddles to learn that Lorien is not only one of the First Ones, he is the First One himself. With no guarantees that Sheridan can survive, Lorien offers the captain an opportunity to return to the world of the living. And somewhere, Garibaldi finds himself imprisoned, unable to remember what happened to him after being captured by the Shadows…

Order now!Download this episodewritten by J. Michael Straczynski
directed by Kevin James Dobson
music by Christopher Franke

Guest Cast: Wayne Alexander (Lorien), Lenny Citrano (Issac), Anthony DeLongis (Harry), Wortham Krimmer (Emperor Cartagia), Damian London (Minister), Ardwight Chamberlain (Kosh), Rick Scarry (Centauri)

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