Babylon project was our last best hope for peace. A self-contained
world five miles long, located in neutral territory. A place of
commerce and diplomacy for a quarter of a million humans and aliens. A shining
beacon in space, all alone in the night.
Sheridan assumes command of Babylon 5. A renegade Minbari warship arrives, threatening the lives of everybody on the space station, and threatening a smooth transfer of power.
G'Kar brings news of a terrible new enemy in the galaxy. The arrival of Sheridan's sister opens old wounds for the new commander. Dr. Franklin employs an unorthodox procedure to try to bring Garibaldi out of his coma. Delenn's mysterious change is complete.
Londo seeks political support from the mysterious and powerful technomages who arrive at the station. Ivanova is promoted to Commander, but her first diplomatic assignment is nearly her last.
Disaster strikes an old friend of Sheridan, just as he begins to grow comfortable in his role as commander. Dr. Franklin offers nutritional advice to some reluctant patients.
When a mysterious cryonic sleeper is awakened, a deadly, evil force is unleashed on the station, and only Amis, a half crazed lurker, seems to have any idea what is happening.
Amis: Dwight Schultz
Talia is caught in a treacherous web of intrigue after she witnesses a murder. She is hunted by a dangerous cyborg who might be connected with a radical Free Mars group.
Londo summons his three wives to the station, in order two divorce two of them. But which one will he keep? The young and sexy one, the one who flatters him, or the argumentative one who shows him as much respect as a piece of space garbage? The trio proceed to make everyone's life as miserable as possible. A rogue telepath from Talia's past appears with trouble in mind -- is he just a harmless maverick, or does he intend to use some sinister power to transform Talia?
Bester requests that Talia investigate an "underground railroad" that is shuttling unregistered telepaths through Babylon 5.
When the elderly Centauri Emperor Turhan visits the station, Sheridan tries to keep G'Kar from attacking him. Londo and Refa plot to increase their power, and Londo initiates war with the Narn. A man with a surprising message seeks out Garibaldi.
Dr. Franklin's father, General Richard Franklin, arrives, leading 25,000 "gropos" (Ground Pounding infantry Soldiers) on the station. The troops' arrival elicits fear from both humans and non-humans that the troops may be going on a secret and very dangerous mission.
General Richard Franklin: Paul Winfield
Sheridan is kidnapped and taken to an alien ship, where he is tortured and subjected to a series of experiments, during which he befriends a Narn captive, Ta'lon. Meanwhile, the Grey Council summons Delenn to explain her transformation. General Hague makes an unofficial visit to the station.
General Hague: Robert Foxworth
G'Kar asks Sheridan for military intervention in the Narn's war with the Centauri. But he finds his attempts undermined by a young Narn eager to launch an offensive against the station's Centauri occupants. Can G'Kar exert his authority before Babylon 5 becomes a war zone? Meanwhile, to further her diplomatic training, Ivanova must institute an ambassadorship with a visiting alien.
A fugitive with information about wrongdoing in the Earth government flees to Babylon 5. Sheridan and the others are called on to help.
Max: Richard Moll
Sheridan finds himself entangled in a murder case. Ivanova and Londo protest when Earth Force tries to open a souvenir shop specializing in Babylon 5-themed hats, T-shirts and dolls.
ISN, the Inter-Space Network, does a 36-hour special on Babylon 5. While covering the station, a hard-hitting ISN reporter quickly finds herself in the middle of a deadly feud between Mollari and G'Kar that threatens the lives of everyone on the station.
When he discovers that Morden was on the same ship as his wife, Sheridan detains and interrogates the mysterious man. Delenn and Kosh have some startling news for Sheridan, and the station is inundated by Narn refugees.
While investigating a strange murder, Sheridan is infected with an ethereal alien parasite, causing him to be plagued by terrible visions. Dr. Franklin races against time to find a cure. Londo is reunited with an old friend in need of his political influence.
A lethal Markab disease threatens to wipe out the entire race and perhaps everyone on the station, unless Franklin and a Markab scientist can find a cure.
Sheridan and Delenn are summoned to visit the keeper of the planet around which the station orbits. In a bold move, the Centauri and Shadowmen simultaneously destroy the Narn fleet and invade the Narn homeworld. Rioting breaks out on the station. Eventually the Narn republic is crushed. Londo relieved G'Kar of his duties as Ambassador.
Lyta Alexander, renegade telepath, returns to Babylon 5 with startling news: one of the station's senior personnel is a Psi-Corps spy. During the investigation, Ivanova must come to terms with the reason for her fear and hatred of telepaths.
The Centauri bomb the Narn homeworld "back to the stone age". Delenn gives Sheridan command of B5's rangers.
Kosh arranges a test of loyalty for Delenn and Sheridan that turns into a trial-by-fire at the hands of a mysterious foreign gentleman.
Sheridan uses his power and influence to help save the last surviving Narn cruiser from the Centauri. Centauri radicals protest by trying to kill Sheridan; Kosh leaves his encounter suit to save him.