History Recap / BabylonFiveS01E20BabylonSquared

21st May '15 7:53:24 AM Tallens
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* OfficialPresidentialTransport: We get our first look at the ''Valen'tha'', the war cruiser that the Grey Council meets aboard. Delenn's comment suggest that if she were named their Chosen One she would never leave the ship ''at all''.

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* OfficialPresidentialTransport: We get our first look at the ''Valen'tha'', the war cruiser that the Grey Council meets aboard. Delenn's comment suggest suggests that if she were named their Chosen One she would never leave the ship ''at all''.
21st May '15 7:52:15 AM Tallens
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* OfficialPresidentialTransport: We get our first look at the ''Valen'tha'', the war cruiser that the Grey Council meets aboard. Delenn's comment suggest that if she were named their Chisen One she would never leave the ship ''at all''.

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* OfficialPresidentialTransport: We get our first look at the ''Valen'tha'', the war cruiser that the Grey Council meets aboard. Delenn's comment suggest that if she were named their Chisen Chosen One she would never leave the ship ''at all''.
21st May '15 7:51:07 AM Tallens
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* OfficialPresidentialTransport: We get our first look at the ''Valen'tha'', the war cruiser that the Grey Council meets aboard. Delenn's comment suggest that if she were named their Chisen One she would never leave the ship ''at all''.
2nd Jul '14 11:14:59 AM Slarti
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Some time later, Ivanova is on the command deck receiving a transmission from the fighter she'd sent to investigate Sector 14. The pilot sees something that he can't believe, but before he can say what it is, he breaks off in a scream. Nothing is heard from him after that, but the homing beacon on his fighter is heading back. When it gets into range a scan shows negative on life signs. The pilot is dead. A medical exam finds a perplexing cause of death, old age. The man had just turned thirty. Sinclair orders traffic rerouted around Sector 14 and a thorough inspection of the fighter.

The search turns up a strange clue. Scratched into the harness buckle is "B4". Babylon 4 was Babylon 5's predecessor and vanished in that same sector. A call comes down from C&C saying they are receiving a distress call...from Babylon 4. They head up to C&C and Sinclair orders the transmission's ID code to be compared to Babylon 4's stored in the archive. IT matches and the computer identifies it as genuine. Despite Garibaldi's skeptical reaction, Sinclair orders the transmission put on the screen.

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Some time later, Ivanova is on the command deck receiving a transmission from the fighter she'd sent to investigate Sector 14. The pilot sees something that he can't believe, but before he can say what it is, he breaks off in a scream. Nothing is heard from him after that, but the homing beacon on his fighter is heading back. When it gets into range a scan shows negative on life signs. The pilot is dead. A medical exam finds a perplexing cause of death, death: old age. The man had just turned thirty. Sinclair orders traffic rerouted around Sector 14 and a thorough inspection of the fighter.

The search turns up a strange clue. Scratched into the harness buckle is "B4". Babylon 4 was Babylon 5's predecessor and vanished in that same sector. A call comes down from C&C saying they are receiving a distress call...from Babylon 4. They head up to C&C and Sinclair orders the transmission's ID code to be compared to Babylon 4's stored in the archive. IT It matches and the computer identifies it as genuine. Despite Garibaldi's skeptical reaction, Sinclair orders the transmission put on the screen.



Delenn is with the Grey Council again, to make her case. She recounts the end of the Earth-Minbari War and why they ordered the surrender. She was to study them, to determine if they are truly the ones the prophecies have spoken of, and she is certain they are. The others are doubtful, and list off humanity's shortcomings, but Delenn sees them as strengths. They do not give up or back down, and come back stronger. Despite her arguments, the council still does not see why it has to be her, and not another.She tells them it is the calling of her heart. Eventually the Council puts it to a vote on whether to support her. Four lights wink out, but the rest stand in her favor. They withdraw the offer; another will be chosen as their leader.

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Delenn is with the Grey Council again, to make her case. She recounts the end of the Earth-Minbari War and why they ordered the surrender. She was to study them, to determine if they are truly the ones the prophecies have spoken of, and she is certain they are. The others are doubtful, and list off humanity's shortcomings, but Delenn sees them as strengths. They do not give up or back down, and come back stronger. Despite her arguments, the council still does not see why it has to be her, and not another. She tells them it is the calling of her heart. Eventually the Council puts it to a vote on whether to support her. Four lights wink out, but the rest stand in her favor. They withdraw the offer; another will be chosen as their leader.
29th Dec '13 1:07:58 AM Tallens
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->Great War. Terrible War. There is much killings. Everyone fighting. A great darkness. It is the end of everything. Zathras warned but, oh no, no one listened to poor Zathras, no. Great War, but great hope of peace. Need place. Place to gather, to fight, to organize.

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->Great ->''Great War. Terrible War. There is much killings. Everyone fighting. A great darkness. It is the end of everything. Zathras warned but, oh no, no one listened to poor Zathras, no. Great War, but great hope of peace. Need place. Place to gather, to fight, to organize.''
20th Oct '13 12:50:21 PM jokergirl
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* UnstuckInTime: Mentioned word by word.
10th Oct '13 9:34:45 AM Eegah
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** When Sinclair is revealed as the One, we don't see the person he's talking to, despite the voice being easily recognizable as Delenn's. The fans immediately caught on that she would be somehow visibly different by the time we caught up to this side of the story.
4th Sep '13 3:09:58 PM MarsJenkar
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The search turns up a strange clue. Scratched into the harness buckle is "B4". Babylon 4 was Babylon 5's predecessor and vanished in that same sector. A call comes down from C&C saying they are receiving a distress call...from Babylon 4. They head up to C&C and Sinclair orders the transmission's ID code to be compared to Babylon 4's stored in the archive. IT matches and the computer identifies it as genuine. Despite Garibaldi's skeptic reaction, Sinclair orders the transmission put on the screen.

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The search turns up a strange clue. Scratched into the harness buckle is "B4". Babylon 4 was Babylon 5's predecessor and vanished in that same sector. A call comes down from C&C saying they are receiving a distress call...from Babylon 4. They head up to C&C and Sinclair orders the transmission's ID code to be compared to Babylon 4's stored in the archive. IT matches and the computer identifies it as genuine. Despite Garibaldi's skeptic skeptical reaction, Sinclair orders the transmission put on the screen.



Throughout all this, Delenn has left the station in her private ship. She travels to a remote sector of space and there is met by a Minbari warcruiser. Onboard, she is dressed in a grey hooded cloak and enters the darkened chamber where she takes her place as on of the Grey Council. Her colleagues welcome her back, and tell her that the time has come to choose a new leader, and, after much deliberation, they have decided on her. She asks about the prophecy, but they try to placate her by telling her it will attend to itself.

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Throughout all this, Delenn has left the station in her private ship. She travels to a remote sector of space and there is met by a Minbari warcruiser. Onboard, she is dressed in a grey hooded cloak and enters the darkened chamber where she takes her place as on one of the Grey Council. Her colleagues welcome her back, and tell her that the time has come to choose a new leader, and, after much deliberation, they have decided on her. She asks about the prophecy, but they try to placate her by telling her it will attend to itself.


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* CallBack: Garibaldi revisits his acrimonious breakup with [[Recap/BabylonFiveS01E19AVoiceInTheWildernessPart2 Lise Hampton]].
* ChekhovsGun: The triluminary.
29th Jul '13 2:54:51 PM AFP
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* NothingIsScarier: We don't actually get to see what the Security troops are fighting in the BadFuture, but it's clear they're losing.
29th Jul '13 2:52:59 PM AFP
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* AbandonShip: Babylon 4 is drifting back and forth in time. When it appears in 2258, Babylon 5's crew begins evacuating B4's crew to safety. After a short [[DiscussedTrope discussion of the trope]], Sinclair and Garibaldi escape on the last shuttle out.


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* {{BFG}}: Garibaldi in the BadFuture is fighting off some unseen enemy, while firing a huge gun from the hip.


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* SuspiciouslySpecificDenial: Sinclair is '''NOT''' the One!
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