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- Bruce Boxleitner as Captain John Sheridan
- Claudia Christian as Commander Susan Ivanova
- Jerry Doyle as Security Chief Michael Garibaldi
- Mira Furlan as Ambassador Delenn
- Richard Biggs as Dr. Stephen Franklin
- Bill Mumy as Lennier
- Jason Carter as Marcus Cole
- Stephen Furst as Vir Cotto
- Jeff Conaway as Zack Allan
- Andreas Katsulas as G'Kar
- Peter Jurasik as Ambassador Londo Mollari
Special Guest StarEdit
- Robert Englund as Jeremiah
- Katherine Moffat as Supervisor
- Eamonn Roche as First Man
- John Vickery as Neroon
- Time Winters as Rathenn
- Thom Barry as Maintenance Worker
- Regular characters appearing in this episode are John Sheridan, Susan Ivanova, Michael Garibaldi, Delenn, Stephen Franklin, Lennier, Marcus Cole, Zack Allan and G'Kar.
- G'Kar has no lines and appears only briefly at Delenn's ceremony.
"I like mysteries, but I hate Grey Sector. I swear, it's like the Centauri Triangle in there. There's always some damn thing going wrong."
"I'm in awe, Lennier--the way you can take a straightforward, logical proposition and turn it inside out so that in the end it says what you want it to say instead of what it actually means. Did this come naturally, or did you attend some special martial arts class for the philosophically inclined?"
- – Marcus Cole speaking to Lennier
"I hate Grey Sector."
- – Michael Garibaldi
Behind the ScenesEdit
J. Michael Straczynski has admitted that this episode did not work. He is especially critical of the Zarg, both in terms of appearance and in how it was handled. He has expressed a desire to apologize to fans for the episode.
In the weeks leading up to this episode, JMS played a prank on Jason Carter by asking Bill Mumy and several other cast members to imply that Marcus was going to die in the season. Carter becoming increasingly panicked and concerned, especially as he read the scene about Marcus's fight with Neroon. In the final scene, as Marcus wakes up in medlab, JMS wrote into the script, "You can relax now, Jason."
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