Vorlan-Enhanced Telepath Lyta Alexander finds herself long on powers and short on cash. Enter Al Bester with a deal: Re-join PsyCorps and give us your corpse (eventually), and rake in a hefty paycheck. Meanwhile on Minbar, Delenn enters the Starfire Wheel, and stares down the Warrior caste with the steely gaze of pure righteous conviction. Will Neroon save the day? Will Zach EVER be comfortable? Just how badly did Bester scramble Garibaldi's brains? Find out, this week on Jumpgate!
Delenn decides to take a dangerous meeting with Neroon to negotiate a way out of the rising Minbari civil war, while the religious caste aboard her ship plots a highly misguided mass suicide in protest. Meanwhile, back on B5, Sheridan discovers the Joy of Trolling, as he uses nothing but the truth to inspire the Non-Aligned Worlds to agree to Whitestar patrols along their borders. Join the Minbari religious caste as they say "You'll be SORRY when we're DEAD!" This week on Jumpgate!
Susan heads down to the Great Machine to ask DRAAL for enough power to serve the Voice of the Resistance, and meets a familiar squirrelly friend. Meanwhile Garibaldi takes on a new client - Lise Hampton-Edgars, his old fiance - who's mission to deliver a vital biological sample back to Mars puts him at odds with Zach and B5 security, as well as team of tenacious telepaths. For the record, it's pronounced "ZATHRAS!", this week on Jumpgate!
Steven and Marcus are having one hell of a honeymoon on Mars, as they bring Resistance forces to a common cause with Babylon 5. Sheridan decides to instigate a counter-attack against Clarke's propaganda across new battle lines (clever episode title reference here). Meanwhile, Delenn goes to investigate recent attacks on B5 shipping, only to encounter her blurriest enemy yet: the terribly mysterious DRAKH! This week, on Jupmgate!
Ivanova kicks Sheridan out of his office for some well-deserved R&R, while Stephen and Marcus race towards Mars to meet their contact in the Resistance, a man calling himself Captain Jack. Meanwhile, Garibaldi's secret Psi-Corp conditioning drives him even more rogue, and he agrees to hand over Sheridan to Earthforce agents. Rituals of verification run in parallel as the Resistance checks out Our Heroes' credentials, and Delenn and John check out each other's pleasure centers... under the strict observation of a cadre of very sex-positive Minbari. Join us as we shout WOO-HOO! This week, on Jumpgate!
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Ivanova finds an alien artifact floating in hyperspace that is as mysterious as it is enormous. When it's brought back for study IPX shows up, agreeing to share their research with Sheridan. And like every other eldritch artifact constructed by an evil and unknowable entity from beyond the stars, eventually this one wakes up, driving half the station violently insane! THIRDSPACE is the first Babylon 5 TV movie we've covered since The Gathering, and stands as special extra bonus episode of Jumpgate this season! Join us in two weeks for the next regularly scheduled episode: Racing Mars!
Delenn is summoned back to Minbar to face her clan. Driven to righteous apoplexy by a thousand years of inflexible dogma, they force her to find mnemonic proof in the Whisper Gallery that marrying John Sheridan will not besmirch their sacred honor, and their even *more* sacred DNA. Meanwhile, Marcus and Stephen are ordered to make contact with allies on Mars... and they have to take the l-o-n-g way around, due to the Earthgov blockade. Oh, yeah, and Zach uniform STILL doesn't fit! This week on Jumpgate!
When Zach catches an ISN news crew trying to sneak camera equipment aboard the station, Sheridan and Ivanova come *this close* to throwing them out an airlock. Dan Randall, ISN's slimiest reporter, convinces the command staff that he will be Fair and Balanced in how he portrays conditions on the rebellious station. But the Clarke Regime's truth is a brutal karate melee, and Randall is a master of Tongue Fu. Join us in righteous burning outrage, this week on Jumpgate!
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