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Lennier risks his life to uncover the proof needed to implicate the Centauri in the attacks on shipping lanes. Lise arrives on the station and confronts Garibaldi about his relapse.
- Production Number: 516
- Originally Aired: June 3, 1998
- Written By: J. Michael Straczynski
- Directed By:
- Executive Producers: Douglas Netter & J. Michael Straczynski
- Producer: John Copeland
- Director of Photography: John C. Flinn, III A.S.C.
- Production Designer: John Iacovelli
- Edited By:
- Music By: Christopher Franke
- Bruce Boxleitner as President John Sheridan
- Jerry Doyle as Michael Garibaldi
- Mira Furlan as Ambassador Delenn
- Richard Biggs as Dr. Stephen Franklin
- Bill Mumy as Lennier
- Tracy Scoggins as Captain Elizabeth Lochley
- Stephen Furst as Vir Cotto
- Jeff Conaway as Security Chief Zack Allan
- Patricia Tallman as Lyta Alexander
- Peter Jurasik as Ambassador Londo Mollari
- Andreas Katsulas as Ambassador G'Kar
- Denise Gentile as Lise Hampton-Edgars
- Thomas MacGreevy as Minister
- Wesley Mask as Maitre D'
- Edmund Shaff as Business Man
- Richard Yniguez as Montoya
- Regular characters who appear in this episode are John Sheridan, Michael Garibaldi, Delenn, Stephen Franklin, Lennier, Vir Cotto, Zack Allan, Londo Mollari and G'Kar.
- Curiously, there are two date related continuity errors in this episode. Specifically, Lyta mentions the last time she & G'Kar sat and spoke was "Summer, 2257", when it had been previously established in ("Divided Loyalties") that Lyta came aboard "January 3, 2257" and "left about six weeks later". Secondly Garibaldi mentions that Catherine Sakai "disappeared over a year ago", which while technically correct is misleading as the events of her disappearance as depicted in ("To Dream in the City of Sorrows") take place in November 2259, fully two and a half years prior to this episode.
- The Terry Jones timeline printed in Across Time and Space, has the events occurring on July 13th - 15th, 2262.
- The I. Marc Carlson timeline has the events occurring in September.
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