If you have a request, I'll consider it. Kemmer : Very well, then. I request that you open a channel to Earthdome! Ivanova : Request denied. Have a nice day. G'Kar : The Universe is run by the complex interweaving of three elements: energy, matter, and enlightened self-interest. By Any Means Necessary [ edit ] [upon being told that Londo is the only one on the station who can provide him with a flower he needs for a religious ceremony] G'Kar : Oh, why does the universe hate me so? Jeffrey Sinclair : Correction: I couldn't. Until you invoked the Rush Act. You should never hand someone a gun unless you're sure where they'll point it.
Your mistake. You are not the most popular person in government circles right now. Signs and Portents [ edit ] Susan Ivanova : I've always had a hard time getting up when it's dark outside. Jeffrey Sinclair : But in space, it's always dark. Ivanova : [morosely] I know. I know. On my first birthday, she said that someday I would be killed by… shadows.
Lord Kiro : Doesn't exactly make sense, does it? And without mourning, you can never let go of the pain. Walker Smith : Any ideas on how I should fight this guy? Rabbi Koslov : Oy! Your father felt that Kasharev would be personally responsible for the destruction of Russian culture!
Ivanova : Exactly! But he was invited to a reading by Kasharev, and I begged him to take me. Of course, he had no intention of going, but I whined and pouted as only a thirteen-year-old can, and eventually, he was forced to surrender. So, after the reading there was a question and answer session, and for days I had been formulating the perfect question with which to impress my idol. So the time comes, and I stand up, I'm trembling, and I ask my question. Rabbi Koslov : And? Ivanova : He promptly said that it was the most foolish thing that he had ever heard, and that he had no intention of bandying words with a bourgeois little twit who was barely out of diapers.
But then Papa stood up. And he said that his daughter was neither bourgeois, nor a little twit, and had been out of diapers for many, many years, while Kasharev's writings had yet to rise above the contents of those garments!
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Rabbi Koslov : That sounds exactly like Andrei! Ivanova : He then added that were he not a man of peace, he would have horsewhipped Kasharev through the streets of St. Petersburg, as his own father should have done many years ago! Rabbi Koslov : Bravo, bravo! Ivanova : Well, of course I was mortified. But then Papa took my hand and he turned, and as we walked out, he said to me: "It was a good question, dushenka.
Michael Garibaldi : Don't talk, I've seen you eat. Does the term " Doppler effect " ring a bell? Frankly, Your Honor, we want damages! Ombuds Wellington : [to alien] How do you plead? Only me? The day I went to work on the Babylon Station—we didn't number them at first, you know—I thought that was the best day of my life! I worked a few months, had some leave, so I took it. And the station's infrastructure collapsed. They never found out who. Aldous Gajic : I remember. Jinxo : So I went to work on the second one.
The firm still owned my contract until the station was finished. I took leave a second time, and that station was sabotaged. And then when B3 blew up, well, that's when I got the name Jinxo. When I went to work on B4, I didn't take any leave! I was there every minute until we finished it.
I thought the Curse was gone.
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But as I was leaving on the shuttle, I looked back…and the station just sort of… wrinkled , twisted like putty, and then just disappeared. The minute I left. So then when they decided to build B5, I had to work on it. And I have to stay. I have to! Aldous : I'd say that you have the wrong nickname. They should have called you Lucky! Jinxo : How do you figure? Aldous : To have escaped the worst each time, that's a blessing. You're a very lucky man. Perhaps each time, you were exactly where you were meant to be.
Jinxo : [slowly smiling] I never thought of it like that. Aldous : We never do. Vir : Ah. Being efficient, sir. Londo : A few more like you, Vir, and the entire Centauri Republic will efficient itself to extinction! I mean, with the war and all, I figured you folks would…well, you know. Lennier : There are two castes of Minbari, the warrior caste and the religious caste. The warrior caste would not understand. It is not their way.
Delenn : [slyly] So we will not tell them, and spare them the confusion. Aldous : These two sides of your culture, do they ever agree on anything? Delenn : [soberly] Yes.
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And when they do, it is a terrible thing. A terrible power, as recent events have shown us. Let us hope it never again happens in our lifetime. Sinclair : We've confiscated the fake encounter suit.
It's a pretty close match to your own, at least from the outside. Kosh : Why? Sinclair : Deuce wanted to make people think he had the Vorlons working for him. He figured it would add to his image and intimidate people. Sinclair : Well, after all, no one knows exactly what you look like. That makes some people a little nervous. Kosh : Good. Garibaldi : There he goes—Jinx-…Thomas.
Sinclair : Mm-hmm. Susan Ivanova : You never did tell me what you think about that curse. Sinclair : What curse? Garibaldi : You know. That bit about if he leaves Babylon 5, the same thing that happened to Babylons 1, 2, 3 and 4 would happen to us. Sinclair : Oh, that curse. You're not taking it seriously, are you? Garibaldi : Me? No, of course not. Garibaldi : So, how long until he hits jump? Ivanova : [working her console] Oh, right about…now!
Sinclair : [slightly disappointed] No boom. Ivanova : No boom today. Boom tomorrow. There's always a boom tomorrow. Look, somebody's got to have some damn perspective around here. Sooner or later. I'm grateful the Psi Corps has given you a purpose in life. As for fear, if you enter my mind for any reason, I will twist your head off and use it for a chamber pot! Garibaldi : No way! I wanna live to see the future. Legacies [ edit ] Jeffrey Sinclair : We've fought long enough.
Maybe it's time we started talking to one another. Branmer's life was more significant than his battles. Let the warrior caste praise his courage in war, and let the rest praise him for what he truly was—a man of peace. Neroon : You talk like a Minbari, Commander! Perhaps there was some small wisdom in letting your species survive. Sinclair : We like to think so. Susan Ivanova : There's nothing more annoying than Mr. Garibaldi when he's right. Talia Winters : No, not really. It seems like every time I get into the tube, Mr.
Garibaldi's there! It's like he knows! Sinclair : Talia, Mr. Garibaldi is many things, but he's not omniscient. Sinclair : I think I'll join you. Draal : Incorrect answer! The third principle of sentient life is the capacity for self-sacrifice: the conscious ability to override evolution and self-preservation for a cause, a friend, a loved one. It has been too long, Delenn. You have forgotten your training. Soon you will have forgotten all about your old friend Draal.
Delenn : Not if I live to be a thousand and one. Tasaki : Survey 1 to Babylon Control, we're clear. Returning to base. Susan Ivanova : Confirmed, Survey 1. Upon arrival, you will report for debriefing. On your trip back, I'd like you to take the time to learn the Babylon 5 mantra: "Ivanova…is always right. I will listen to Ivanova. I will not ignore Ivanova's recommendations.
Ivanova…is God. And, if this ever happens again, Ivanova will personally rip your lungs out! No offense. Michael Garibaldi : Aw, that's sweet. Londo : No, no! She had a voice that could curdle fresh milk. It is a terrible responsibility but I have learned to live with it.
Sinclair : Yeah? Ivanova : I think I've got to go to the bathroom. Sinclair : Tell me about it! I try to find out as much as I can about them to try to make some sense of them, but it never seems to come together. Delenn : They do seem to be a mass of contradictions. Londo : Exactly my point! Here—six thousand years of recorded history, a history that includes remarkable composers, astonishing symphonies! But what is the one song that half of them sing to their children generation after generation?
You put your right hand in, You put your right hand out. You put your whole self in, And you turn yourself about. You do the hokey-pokey, You give a little shout. That's what it's all about! It doesn't mean anything! I have been studying it for seven days! I had the computer analyze it! I swear to you, it does not mean a thing! Delenn : We've come at a bad time, haven't we? We're cut off from the way we came in, we don't know if we can find another way back to the ship before we run out of air… Sinclair : We can't leave him like this!
Ivanova : I know, I know. It's a Russian thing. When we're about to do something stupid, we like to catalog the full extent of our stupidity for future reference. A Voice in the Wilderness , Part 2 [ edit ] Delenn : The third principle of sentient life is its capacity for self-sacrifice, for a cause…a loved one…for a friend.
Just like magic. Michael Garibaldi : Magic? Want to see magic? I got a little magic trick for ya. I got a little magic that'll make you pass through the top of the bar! Garibaldi : I'll need complete silence or I'll have to ask for another volunteer from the audience. Let's see, what was that magic word again? I'll tell you what, I'll go home and look at my books, then I'll come back. If you're still talking trash about killing Marsies, we'll try it again and again [slams him again] until we get it right, huh?
Susan Ivanova : Ambassador, do you really want to know what's going on down there right now? Londo Mollari : Yes, absolutely. Ivanova : Boom. Boom, boom, boom. Boom, boom. You can never get a straight answer from anyone around here! Jeffrey Sinclair : We noticed.
Personally, I find it the best part of the day. Michael Garibaldi : Ah, me too. Ivanova : [sighs] We all have our cross to bear. Sinclair : The time I really learned to appreciate mornings was during the three years I spent being taught by Jesuits. Then an hour of meditation before class. We would sit, quiet, at peace. Breathing in, breathing out.
Ivanova : [snapping awake] What? Garibaldi : Oh, that was great! Boy, just hit the spot! Guess I'd better get going. Sinclair : Me too, it's nearly seven-thirty. Ivanova : Sev—seven-thirty? I…I didn't even…I slept through breakfast? This isn't fair! It's n… Sinclair : Something, Lieutenant Commander? Ivanova : No! Nothing, I'm fine! I'm fine, you'll have to excuse me. I realize I'm late, but I'm on my way! Delenn : Summoned, I come. In Valen's name, I take the place that has been prepared for me.
I am Grey. I stand between the candle and the star. We are Grey. We stand between the darkness and the light. Major Krantz : What if we take you with us? Put you on trial? Zathras : Zathras not of this time. You take, Zathras die. You leave, Zathras die. Either way, it is bad for Zathras. Garibaldi : This is the part I hate most. The waiting.
Sinclair : Hmm. Sinclair : Sure. Garibaldi : Okay, it's morning, you're getting ready for work, you pull on your pants—do you fasten and zip, or zip and then fasten? Sinclair : What kind of question is that?
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Garibaldi : Well, look, we've got two hours to kill— Sinclair : Forget it. Garibaldi : Just a question. Sinclair : Why do you want to know? Garibaldi : Why do I want to know? Because I think about these things sometimes. I was getting dressed this morning, I couldn't remember how I did it, and I started thinking about it. Does everyone do it the same way? Sinclair : [incredulous] You think about this stuff a lot? Garibaldi : Yeah. Look, okay, I'm sorry I asked. You're always so serious all the time. Not every conversation has to be the end of the world as we know it. Sinclair : I didn't mean to— Garibaldi : Never mind.
It's okay. I'll just…watch my console. Don't worry about it. After a long pause, Sinclair sighs. Sinclair : Fasten, then zip. Garibaldi : Fasten zip. Garibaldi : One hour, fifty seven minutes. Sinclair : I'm not having this conversation. The Quality of Mercy [ edit ] [Ivanova barges into Dr.
Franklin's illicit free clinic. He is bent over a notepad, distracted. Susan Ivanova : Not without dinner and flowers. Jeffrey Sinclair : I'm still waiting for an explanation, gentlemen. Londo Mollari : Yes. And I'm prepared to give you one, Commander, as soon as the room stops spinning. Sinclair : This station creates gravity by rotation. It never stops spinning. Londo : Well, you begin to see my problem. I was inside a killer's mind before, on the Mars Colony. There's got to be another way. Karl Edward Mueller : So you're going to walk around in my head, eh?
I'd think twice if I were you. Something might just jump out of the shadows and bite you. Mueller : How many worlds are there? How many banquets? How many flowers waiting to be harvested? How many new voices, waiting to be recruited into my choir? You would not have lost. Chrysalis [ edit ] Londo Mollari : But this…this, this, this is like… being nibbled to death by, uh…Pah! What are those Earth creatures called? Feathers, long bill, webbed feet…go "quack".
Vir Cotto : Cats. Londo : Cats! I'm being nibbled to death by cats. Then you accept it, or you kill yourself. Or you stop looking into mirrors. I think he's ready. He suspects nothing. Season 2: The Coming of Shadows [ edit ] [Opening credits voiceover. A self-contained world five miles long, located in neutral territory. A place of commerce and diplomacy for a quarter of a million humans and aliens. A shining beacon in space, all alone in the night. It is now eight days since the death of Earth Alliance President Luis Santiago, and five days since Commander Sinclair was recalled to Earth without explanation.
And the whole place has gone straight to hell. And if you're not happy with the seating arrangements, I will personally order your seats to be moved outside , down the hall, across the station, and into the fusion reactor! Am I absolutely, perfectly clear on this? Franklin tells Ivanova about Garibaldi's coma. Stephen Franklin : He's agnostic. Ivanova : Then I'll say half a prayer.
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Sheridan : What's our status? He thinks there's a conspiracy concerning the President's death. Ambassador G'Kar has mysteriously vanished, after two years we still don't know what Ambassador Kosh looks like inside his encounter suit, and Ambassador Delenn is in a cocoon. Sheridan : A cocoon? As in, a moth or a butterfly. Ivanova : Yes sir. Sheridan : Interesting place you have here.
I went to see the new Dalai Lama. Uh, you do that sort of thing when you're 21 and the son of a diplomatic envoy. We had a simple dinner.
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Rice, raisins, carrots—steamed, not boiled—and green tea. When it was over, he looked at me and said, "Do you understand? But I couldn't wish for a more capable and skilled group of people to learn from. It was an early Earth President, Abraham Lincoln, who best described our current situation. He said… [he gets interrupted by a security alarm].
The occasion is piled high with difficulty, and we must rise to the occasion. We cannot escape history. We will be remembered in spite of ourselves. The fiery trial though which we pass will light us down in honor or dishonor to the last generation. We shall nobly save or meanly lose our last, best hope of Earth. One deserts his post without any explanation, the other one picks the most breathtakingly inconvenient moment possible to explore new career options, like becoming a butterfly!
One thing at a time. Michael Garibaldi : [waking up from his coma] Oh, God. I'm out of it for a few days, the whole place goes to hell! John Sheridan : Well, I hope I can prove otherwise. Captain John Sheridan, your new CO. Garibaldi : I don't know you. Sheridan : No, but I think we'll get along just fine. G'Kar : [quoting Yeats' "Second Coming"] Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold ; Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world, The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere The ceremony of innocence is drowned; And what rough beast , its hour come round at last, Slouches towards Bethlehem to be born?
The Geometry of Shadows [ edit ] [A Technomage uses an illusion of a massive robotic creature to scare Vir away. My name is… Elric : Stop program. Vir : I work for Ambassador Mollari. After a while, nothing bothers you. Elric : There is an old saying: "Do not try the patience of wizards, for they are subtle and quick to anger. Franklin is treating Ivanova's broken foot. Now you can give me something for the pain. Franklin : What? Ivanova : Where were you when I was going through puberty? If it gets too bad, I'll just…gnaw it off at the ankle. Elric : We are dreamers, shapers, singers, and makers.
We study the mysteries of laser and circuit, crystal and scanner, holographic demons and invocation of equations. These are the tools we employ, and we know many things. John Sheridan : Such as? Elric : The true secrets, the important things. Fourteen words to make someone fall in love with you forever. Seven words to make them go without pain. How to say good-bye to a friend who is dying.
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