"Command-- Commander Sinclair. There's... There's something in my head. It says... maybe you're still inside. Maybe we're both still inside."
- – Knight Two to Sinclair just before he's taken away
Knight Two (real name unknown) worked for a covert Earth organization.
Knight Two entered a virtual reality with Sinclair to find out exactly what occurred. Knight Two accused Sinclair of being a traitor--believing that the Minbari realized they could not win at the Line, so instead they decided to invade Earth through covert means, using agents such as Sinclair who betrayed Earth to save their own lives. Sinclair rebuked Knight Two's claims, but during the interrogation he remembered the words of the Minbari Assassin. Knight Two's device helped Sinclair break through the memory blocks and he remembered at last that he had been taken aboard a Minbari vessel.
Before Knight Two can process this information, however, his brain was scrambled by Sinclair when he attempted to escape. He was then taken back to Earth with no knowledge of who he was or why he was there.
Behind the ScenesEdit
- The part of Knight Two was originally written with Walter Koenig in mind to play the part, however in early 1993 Koenig suffered a heart attack and would still be recovering from surgery when ("And the Sky Full of Stars") was due to start shooting in September. J. Michael Straczynski initially tried to have the shooting postponed to accommodate Koenig's recovery time but when this didn't pan out, Straczynski instead promised to write another new character, which became Alfred Bester.
- According to Lawrence G. DiTillio, when writing the season two episode ("A Spider in the Web"), he imagined Bureau 13 to be the same organisation as the one that Knight One and Two were working for in ("And the Sky Full of Stars").