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No Compromises

Lochley - "Lieutenant, Lieutenant. Is it always like this around here?"
Corwin - "No. No, well, actually yes. It's ... it's hectic, ma'am."
Lochley - "Well, a hectic station is the first sign of a poorly-run station. We'll change that."

Lochley - "I'm pretty much up to speed on all the reports."
Corwin - "With all due respect, there's a lot that doesn't fit into a report."
Lochley - "Then the report is incomplete."
Corwin - "Just trying to save you trouble."
Lochley - "It's been my experience that as long as you run an efficient operation and don't go looking for trouble, you'll do just fine."
Corwin - "Well that's one of the things I was trying to tell you. Around here, we don't have to look for trouble. On B5, trouble comes looking for us."

Ranger - "We live for the One. We die for the One."
Assassin - "Well, one out of two ain't bad."

Delenn - "Why are there wet socks hanging in the shower?"

Sheridan - "Effective this date, you have full and complete authority in running Babylon 5. The station is under your direct command. Welcome aboard."
Lochley - "Thank you."

Message - "Dear Mr. President. As of this date, you are officially a dead man. Have a nice day."

G'Kar - "There's just the one copy for now, and when I loaned it to Mr. Garibaldi, it came back with coffee stains!"

G'Kar - "I have to give myself over to my muse. Goodbye. I'll be in touch. Bye."

Lochley - "What do you want?"
Byron - "A place to call home."

Byron - "Where is it written that all our dreams must be small ones?"

Londo - "On my world, we have learned an inauguration is simply a signal to assassins that a new target has been set up on the firing range."

Garibaldi - "I was here a hell of a long time before you ever showed up."
Lochley - "Yes, you were. And then you left. I really don't think there's much more that needs saying, do you?"

Simon - "NO!"

Sheridan - "We will not be intimidated."

Sheridan - "Even if you kill me, the Alliance will go on."

G'Kar - "You want to be President?"
Sheridan - "Yes."
G'Kar - "Put your hand on the book and say 'I do'."
Sheridan - "I do."
G'Kar - "Fine. Done. Let's eat."

Byron - "She told us no. It's a word we've become accustomed to. We'd hoped for something better here. We were wrong."

Dr. Franklin - "I hope you made the right decision."
Sheridan - "We both know a telepath war is coming one of these days. It won't hurt to have some of our own on-hand when things get ugly. Besides, one of his people saved my life. I owe them."

Garibaldi - "Which side were you on during the big fight back home?"
Lochley - "I was on the side of Earth, Mr. Garibaldi. Weren't we all?"

The Very Long Night of Londo Mollari

Ruell - "The message is a request, you see, in your name, for the replacement of your assistant Lennier. He has made arrangements to return home."
Delenn - "What? For how long?"
Ruell - "Well, I believe the request stated that his return would be permanent."

Londo - "Do you know what this is, hmm? No, I can see you do not. You have this vacant look in your eyes that says 'Hold my head to your ear; you'll hear the sea'. This is Brevari. Very old Brevari. Very expensive Brevari. Do you understand Brevari?"

Londo - "Here, take my shoe. It will be as useful to you as he is."

Delenn - "When were you going to tell me?"
Lennier - "Tell you what?"
Delenn - "That you are leaving? Ruell called me this morning about helping me find your replacement."
Lennier - "I did not think they would move so fast. I was going to tell you tonight, Delenn, after dinner."

Lennier - "I've contacted the Rangers and asked to join them. They said yes. I'll leave for Minbar tomorrow."
Delenn - "The Rangers? Why?"

Lennier - "This is the calling of my heart, Delenn. I have to follow it. You, above all, should understand that."

Garibaldi - "He's had a heart attack, Vir. A bad one."

Sheridan - "As we say back on Earth, three's a crowd."
Delenn - "On Minbar, three is sacred."
Sheridan - "Well I don't think I'm ready to handle that one, Delenn."

Dream Delenn - "You are dying, Londo."

Dream Delenn - "Do you want to live?"
Londo - "What difference does it make? Is there anyone back home who truly cares if I live or die?"
Dream Delenn - "Almost certainly not."

Vir - "As Mr. Garibaldi would say, it's been one hell of a day."
Lennier - "Yes, a hell of a day."
Vir - "A hell of a year."
Lennier - "A hell of a five years."
Vir - "A hell of a life."
Lennier - "You win."

Lennier - "What kind of drink is that?"
Vir - "I'm not sure. The bartender called it a Shirley Temple."
Lennier - "Interesting. I've studied many Earth religions, and I don't think I've ever heard of that particular temple."
Vir - "Me neither. But it's real good!"
Lennier - "Well then I shall make it a point to visit it on my next trip to Earth."

Londo - "All of the bottles here are empty? The metaphor's getting a bit thick, don't you think?"

Death Sheridan - "Goodbye, Londo. I'll see you soon."

Dr. Franklin - "Might as well stay here and see what happens."
Vir - "A Death Watch?"
Dr. Franklin - "Maybe. We'll just have to wait and see."

Dream Vir - "Prophecy is a guess that comes true. When it doesn't, it's a metaphor. You could put a gun to your head tomorrow, and the dream is just a dream. And the prophecy is just a metaphor. And so are you."

Dr. Franklin - "He's going into shock. This could be it!"

Dream G'Kar - "Now, Mollari. Now we end this."

Londo - "I said-"
Dream G'Kar - "You said nothing!"

Dream G'Kar - "You're not sorry for what you did! You're just sorry that you got caught!"

Londo - "I've never apologized for anything in my life."

Londo, to G'Kar - "I'm sorry, G'Kar. I'm sorry."

Delenn - "Not even a goodbye, Lennier?"
Lennier - "No. Never goodbye. I'm yours forever, Delenn. Heart, body, and soul. I will see you again in a little while, and with luck, I will perhaps be a better person."
Delenn - "That is not possible, Lennier. But you are welcome to try. Be well, my good and dear friend."
Lennier - "And you."

The Paragon of Animals

Drazi - "You cannot legislate morality, Delenn."

Garibaldi - "Writers. They are a sensitive bunch."

Sheridan - "G'Kar..."
G'Kar - "Just a moment. My muse is speaking to me."

Garibaldi - "Never met a fact yet I didn't like."

G'Kar - "Oh, go away. Repress someone else!"
Londo - "As you wish."

Sheridan - "Garibaldi was right."
Delenn - "I know. I hate it when he's right."

Byron - "The White Stars they have sent to help the Enphili are going into a trap. In a little while they will all die, and all those they sought to protect will also be dead."

G'Kar - "I revised it again. It's better."
Sheridan - "G'Kar!"
G'Kar - "Well look."
Sheridan - "It's better."
G'Kar - "I'll be in touch."
Sheridan - "Some days, it's like living in a madhouse. Where was I?"

Lyta, to Byron - "I'd like to hear a little more about your ideas."

The View From the Gallery

Bo - "I heard he was dead once."
Mack - "Yeah, well, nobody's perfect, Bo."

Mack - "It doesn't taste like chicken."

Byron - "Nature did not leave us entirely without protection."

Londo - "I wasn't talking to you. I was talking to the universe. The universe. The universe hates me, you know. I don't know why. I have never done anything to the universe to ... well ... all right, a few things. But after awhile, you would think it would be enough!"

G'Kar, to Londo - "You did not grow up. You grew old."

Delenn - "Hello, Mack, Bo."
Mack - "Bo?"
Bo - "Yeah?"
Mack - "She remembered my name."
Bo - "Our names."
Mack - "I think I'm in love."
Bo - "She's married."
Mack - "Ah, we can work something out."

Learning Curve

Durhan - "There are some things that even a Pak'ma'ra won't eat."
Turval - "We think."
Durhan - "We think, yes. We haven't actually discovered what that is yet."

Lochley, to Delenn - "You're pulling rank?"

Strange Relations

Lyta - "Thank you. That was probably the most elegant attempt to change the topic I have ever heard."

Lyta - "Bloodhound units."
Byron - "Yes. He's here."
Lochley - "What the hell is your problem?"
Garibaldi - "For starters, I don't know you, therefore I don't trust you."
Lochley - "The world is full of people you don't know."
Garibaldi - "I worry about that all the time."

Lochley - "A very long time ago, Sheridan and I were married, for all of about 3 months."
Garibaldi - "Get out of town! How many wives has he got?"
Lochley - "Just three."

Lochley, to Garibaldi - "It's not that I don't trust you, but I don't trust you."

Lochley - "Thank Delenn for the idea. I gotta go ruin somebody's day."

Lochley - "I have this nagging feeling that I'm forgetting something."

Strange Relations - The Song of the Telepath

"And we will all come together in a better place, a better place than this. My love will guide you. My love will hold you, and my love will show you the way.

"There will come a tomorrow, where we're free from our sorrows, and our love will show us the way. We are strong in each other, we are sister and brother.

"And we all come together in a better place, a better place than this. My love will guide you. My love will hold you, and my love will show you the way.

"There will come a tomorrow, where we're free from our sorrows. And our love will show us the way."

Secrets of the Soul *

Zack - "You don't understand."
Lyta - "No, I understand, Zack. I understand plenty. You and the others needed my help during the Shadow War and I did that. I put my life on the line and what did I get? You were going to boot me into smaller quarters because I couldn't afford anything better? The only way I got out of that was to rejoin the Psi Corps, and you don't even want to know the deal I had to make to pull that one off."
Zack - "Lyta -"
Lyta - "I'm not finished. After all that, you had the never to ask me to risk my life a second time during the Civil War back home, and stupid me, I did it. And what did I get out of that? Nothing. Nada. Zip. Zilch. I got no life, no hope, no prospects. Now along comes Byron, and for the first time in a long while, I feel like someone actually cares about what happens to me."
Zack - "I care what happens to you, Lyta."
Lyta - "Yeah, well.. maybe that's true. Talk is cheap, Zack. Byron is putting his life on the line to create something for his people. And I'm one of them. He's given us back a sense of dignity, and community. I'm proud of that, and I'm proud of him. If you can't handle that, I'm sorry, but there's nothing I can do about it."

Byron - "There's much more to you than meets the eye."
Lyta - "If you only knew."

Lyta - "Byron, the Vorlons ... changed me. More than you could possibly know, and I don't know what it'll do once you get past my barriers and I get past yours. I could burn you."
Byron - "Then let it burn."

Shadow-Lyta - "I can feel them!"

Day of the Dead

Security - "Anything to declare?"
Rebo - "I have nothing to declare, my dear man, except my genius."

Brakiri - "Tonight is the Day of the Dead. Tonight, the dead return."

Lennier - "Your partner ... he is well?"
Delenn - "My husband. Yes, he's very well."

Sheridan - "Oh, this is a moment you can tell your children about, Captain."
Lochley - "I'll get on to having some right away."
Sheridan - "What?"
Sheridan - "I said I have an appointment with the Brakiri Ambassador. I'm on my way."

Londo - "The dead stay dead."

Adira - "Hello, Londo. I came back."

Garibaldi - "I thought you were dead."
Dodger - "Ah. Ya know, the reports of my death ... they weren't even exaggerated a little bit. Yeah, I'm dead."

Lochley - "Zoe? Oh my God, Zoe!"

Morden - "Looking back, on it, though, I think I just tried to make people happy."

Morden - "Delenn does not love you as you love her, and she never will."
Lennier - "I know that."
Morden - "No you don't. Not in your heart."

Morden - "I'm surprised he's not here tonight, since he died at Z'Ha'Dum. Is there any coffee here or not?"

Morden - "You will betray the Anla'Shok."
Lennier - "You are lying."

Lennier - "You have shown me that there is life beyond death."
Morden - "Not necessarily. But you'll find that out soon enough."

Computer - "Pass Code requested."
Lochley - "Captain Elizabeth Lochley. Pass Code two words: Zoe's dead."

Zoe - "Lizzy, I do remember my dead. I didn't want to hurt you, but yeah I did it on purpose."

Lochley - "I have a message for you. It's from someone named Kosh."
Sheridan - "What's the message?"
Lochley - "When the long night comes, return to the end of the beginning."

Londo - "If Vir can be Emperor, a small Earth cat can be Emperor."

Rebo, to Zooty - "For you, fifty thousand years of Human evolution was something that happened to other people, wasn't it?"

In the Kingdom of the Blind *****

Regent - "Once, I would have though pastels for the curtains. But I think we are well beyond pastels now. No, no bright colors anymore. Just darkness."

G'Kar - "It's bad luck to die on an empty stomach."

A Tragedy of Telepaths

Lochley - "This place is one long exercise in frustration."

G'Kar - "Would you like some spoo? It's fresh."

Londo - "Do I look like a chef to you?"
G'Kar - "Na'Toth!"

G'Kar - "She was my aide, Mollari. And my friend."

G'Kar - "Order her release at once!"
Londo - "No! I can't do that."
G'Kar - "Don't you tell me you can't do it."

G'Kar - "One way or another, we will leave here with Na'Toth. Or, by G'Quan, I swear I will see this palace in flames and I will see you burning with it!"

Londo - "For my next trick, I shall fly around the room under my own power."

G'Kar - "It's animal magnetism. What can I say?"

Centauri Female - "What would you like to do now, Prime Minister?"
Londo - "Borrow your clothes for a while."
Centauri Female - "Ah, of course. Emperor Cartagia also played this game with me. But, I'm not your size Prime Minister."
Londo - "Oh, I'll make due."

Na'Toth - "Have you come to kill me, Mollari?"
Londo - "No."
Na'Toth - "Pity. For I will kill you at the very first opportunity."
Londo - "Yes, I suspect you will have to get in line for that honor."

Londo - "I can't believe I'm doing this."
G'Kar - "Neither can I."

Londo - "Oh, Great Maker. I will be glad to be back on Babylon 5."

Thomas - "Free Byron!"

Bester - "Several others just tried to kill me, but then what family doesn't have its difficulties?"

Phoenix Rising

Bester - "It's over, Byron."

Sheridan - "There's only one thing more dangerous than Mr. Garibaldi when he's loud. It's when he's dead silent."

Bester - "How stupid do you think I am, anyway?"

Bester - "People like talking to me. I guess I just have that kind of face."

Lochley - "And if Garibaldi is killed?"
Bester - "Zack gets his room."

Lyta - "I love you, Byron."

Byron, to Lyta - "I need you to be strong for me one last time. Go. Don't look back."

Lyta - "Remember Byron."

ISN Male Anchor - "In other breaking news, ISN has just learned that the main headquarters for the Psi Corps was bombed early this morning by unknown parties. The only clues found at the scene were the words 'Remember Byron' painted on the side of the building..."

The Ragged Edge

Londo - "I do not know what to call home anymore."

Zack - "You look like crap."
Garibaldi - "Why thank you, Zack. I think you look pretty cute too."

Ta'Lon - "Congratulations, Citizen G'Kar. You are now a religious icon."

Tafiq Azir, to Garibaldi - "What happened to your hair?"

Dr. Franklin - "Effective January 1, 2263, I will be the new Head of Xenobiological Research at EarthDome."

G'Kar - "Ta'Lon, is that you?"
Ta'Lon - "It's me most days, except for those days when I don't feel quite like myself, and I suppose that I am someone else. But for now, yes, it's me."

The Corps is Mother, The Corps is Father

Chen - "It's an honor. I've followed you for years."
Bester - "So you're the one that's been peeking in my window at night."
Chen - "No, no, no. I meant I've been following your work. I didn't mean -"
Bester - "Just playing, Chen."

Lauren - "I thought Babylon 5 was your main assignment these days?"
Bester - "No. Though, I'm sure they think so. They have a tendency to put their station at the center of the universe."

Bester - "No, much as it might offend their sense of perspective, not everything is about Babylon 5."

Bester - "There's, uh, been a problem."

Zack - "Don't you ever go away? Haven't you caused enough trouble for one lifetime?"
Bester - "It's a pleasure to see you, too, Mr. Allen."

Zack - "I never let the facts get in the way of a good grudge."

Bartender - "I seen a naked Pak'ma'ra once. You know that hump on their back? That's not a hump at all."

Bester, to Dr. Franklin - "You're an optimist. Thank you. I'd almost forgotten what one of your kind looked like."

Bester - "Be seeing you, Doctor."

Meditations on the Abyss

Man - "You broke my finger!"
Delenn - "True. But you have nine others. For the moment."

Lennier - "Delenn, during the Day of the Dead, Morden appeared to me. And he said ... he told me that I would one day betray the Rangers."

Londo, to Vir - "Are we stocking up supplies for the end of the universe?"

Londo - "It's politics, Vir. Never take it personally."

Londo - "Yes, Vir, I have decided that when I am gone, the new Ambassador to Babylon 5 will be you."

Lennier - "It is not necessary to know. It is only necessary to try."

Vir - "Want to finish our little conversation, spoo-for-brains?"

Zack - "What happened to Vir?"
Londo - "I promoted him."

Darkness Ascending

Garibaldi - "Lyta! What are you doing here?"
Lyta - "I've decided to stop hiding what the Vorlons did to me. I'm testing to see what I can do, how far I can go. I had no idea. You shouldn't have woken up. This is just a dream. This never happened."

Garibaldi - "Don't move."
Lise - "Is that any way to welcome the love of your life, Michael?"

Lennier - "We live for the One. We die for the One."

Garibaldi - "By this time tomorrow, we're going to be at war with the Centauri."

And All my Dreams, Torn Asunder

Sheridan - "As of right now, the Centauri Republic stands alone."

Londo - "Effective immediately, we are withdrawing from the Alliance."

Minister - "I'm sure you'd like to freshen up. Both of you."
G'Kar - "It's a natural musk. I rather enjoy it."

Londo - "We don't normally treat our guests so badly."
G'Kar - "Yes you do."
Londo - "Shut up."
G'Kar - "Just trying to help."

Minister - "We are now officially at war with the Alliance."

Movements of Fire and Shadow

Lyta - "Consider this a charitable donation. Hell, it might even be deductible."

Vir - "Has she changed, or is it me?"
Dr. Franklin - "Oh, she's changed."

G'Kar, to Londo - "Did you know that you snore?"

Londo - "Something is terribly wrong."
G'Kar - "You are at war with everyone in the known universe. Perhaps you were thinking of that?"

Lyta - "Why are you lying to us?"

Regent - "It's going to be a pretty night. The last one I will ever see."

The Fall of Centauri Prime

Regent - "They say it's your time now, Londo."

Regent - "I am still Centauri, and I am not afraid."

G'Kar - "You risked your life to save mine."
Londo - "You would have done the same."
G'Kar - "Yes, but I am a better person."

G'Kar, to Londo - "Understand that I can never forgive your people for what they did to my world. My people can never forgive your people. But I can forgive you."

Lennier - "Delenn?"
Delenn - "Yes?"
Lennier - "I love you."
Delenn - "I know."

The Wheel of Fire

Sheridan - "When did you start drinking again?"

Officer - "At the sight of every bombing we found the words 'Remember Byron' painted on the walls."

Lyta - "Am I under arrest, Zack?"

Lyta - "What if I don't want to go?"
Lochley - "I don't think you have a lot of choice."
Lyta - "Are you sure about that, Captain?"
Lochley - "Lyta..."
Lyta - "I'm tired of being pushed around, Captain. I do not choose to be arrested. I've done a lot for this place. And just once, I think a little gratitude would be in order. Don't you?"
Lochley - "Lyta, don't force us to -"
Lyta - "To what?"
Lochley - "Zack?"
Lyta - "You can not harm me. You can not stop someone who's been touched by Vorlons."
Sheridan - "You're not the only one that's been touched by the Vorlons."

Lise - "Michael! Where are you going?"
Garibaldi - "To kill two teeps with one stone."

Sheridan - "What is wrong with her?"
Dr. Franklin - "She's pregnant."

Lyta - "How much is your revenge worth to you, Michael?"

G'Kar - "I have decided to go away."

Garibaldi - "What'd the Vorlons do to you, Lyta? Who... What are you?"
Lyta - I've only recently begun to understand it myself. You know the Vorlons used telepaths as weapons during the Shadow War, but what no one stopped to consider was that, in a war, you have a certain number of small weapons, a certain number of medium weapons, and one or two big ones. The kind of weapons you drop when you are out of small weapons and medium weapons and you've got nothing left to use."
Garibaldi - "Someone like that would be the telepathic equivalent of a thermonuclear device. A doomsday weapon."
Lyta - "Pleased to meet you, Mr. Garibaldi."

Objects in Motion

Garibaldi - "Man, when is this gonna stop, Lise?"
Lise - "When you finish detoxing and get all that alcohol out of your system. You should know the routine, you've been through it enough."

Number One/Tessa Holloran - "I wanted to give you the news myself."
Garibaldi - "What news?"
Number One/Tessa - "In the next couple of days, someone's going to try to kill you. Both of you."

Garibaldi - "Lise and I are getting married."

Lyta - "Nighty-night."

G'Kar - "Goodbye, John."
Sheridan - "You know what? That is the first time that you have ever called me John."

G'Kar - "Computer, I would like to dictate a message for later delivery."
Computer - "Stand by."

Lyta - "I smell another book coming."
G'Kar - "What a wonderful idea!"

Garibaldi, to the Edgars Board of Directors - "Let me introduce you to the new Head of Intelligence for the InterStellar Alliance."
Number One/Tessa - "Hi. Nice to meet you."

Number One/Tessa - "Does the expression 'skinned alive' ring a bell?"

Number One/Tessa - "Check! Check please!"

Sheridan - "I've had an idea. And you know how dangerous that can be."

Objects at Rest

Sheridan, to Lochley - "Knowing that this place is in good hands makes the leaving easier."

G'Kar, to Ta'Lon - "Now that I am gone, someone else must speak for our people. I would like for that person to be you."

G'Kar, to Ta'Lon - "You may believe you are not ready, but you are as ready as I was when I first came to Babylon 5. Check the records. I think you'll be amused."

Zack - "I'll probably still be here when they turn off the lights."

Sleeping in Light

Garibaldi - "Those of us who've survived have seen it all. And those of us who understand have been waiting, and dreading, the arrival of this day."

Lorien - "Step into the Abyss, and let go."
Sheridan - "What if I die?"
Lorien - "I can not create life, but I can breathe on the remaining embers. It may not work."
Sheridan - "But I can hope."
Lorien - "And hope is all we have."

Delenn - "How long?"
Lorien - "In Human terms, barring injury and illness, perhaps twenty years, but no more than that. And then, one day, he will simply ... stop."

Entil'Zha Sheridan, to Delenn - "I just want to sit here and watch the sun come up. It occurred to me that in all my time here, I've never done that. I want to know what it looks like when it comes up over the horizon, so I can carry a picture of it in my head."

Sheridan - "It was ... twenty years ago that I died on Z'Ha'Dum. Lorien said that he could extend my life twenty years, but no more. I'm almost out of time, Delenn."

Assistant - "General, you're an important person."
General Susan Ivanova - "I feel like an old war horse trotting out in the parade so all the kids can point at it. Besides, nobody gives a damn about anything I have to say. Why should they? I don't."
Assistant - "You're being much too modest."
Susan - "No, I'm not. And if I hear one more patronizing 'pat her on the head and everything will be fine' word out of your mouth, I'll kick your -"

Guard - "You didn't even read what the note says."
Emperor Vir Cotto - "I don't have to. I already know."

Dr. Franklin - "Is that what I think it is?"
Garibaldi - "Sheridan's dying."

Susan - "I've buried so many friends, Delenn. I'm beginning to resent it. And I don't want to. It seems like some days, there's no one left to play with. No joy anymore."

Sheridan - "Tomorrow is Sunday, Delenn. And I'm going out for a drive."
InterStellar Alliance President Delenn - "What about the others?"

Sheridan - "I want to feel space beneath me one last time. It's where I belong. It's where I've always belonged."

Nills - "No one comes here anymore. It's become sort of ... redundant."

Hyach - "Sheridan died trying to attack Z'Ha'Dum. No one who goes there comes back alive."

Sheridan - "We can end this. Not just for now, not just for the next thousand years, but forever! Will you stand together?"

Lorien - "And then, one day, he will simply ... stop."

Zack - "Where ya headed?"
Sheridan - "Coriana system, where we won the Shadow War."

Lorien - "Who are you? What do you want? Why are you here? Where are you going?"
Sheridan - "Lorien!"
Lorien - "Did you think we had forgotten you? We have been waiting, for you."
Sheridan - "Beyond the Rim."
Lorien - "Yes."
Sheridan - "There's so much I still don't understand."
Lorien - "As it should be."
Sheridan - "Can I come back?"
Lorien - "No. This journey is ended. Another begins. Time... to rest, now."

Entil'Zha Susan Ivanova - "An expedition to Coriana space found Sheridan's ship a few days later, but they never found him. All the airlocks were sealed, but there was no trace of him inside. Some of the Minbari believe he'll come back someday, but I never saw him again in my lifetime."

Susan - "Babylon 5 was the last of the Babylon Stations. There would never be another. It changed the future, and it changed us. It taught us that we have to create the future, or others will do it for us. It showed us that we have to care for one another, because if we don't, who will? And that true strength sometimes comes from the most unlikely places. Mostly though, I think it gave us hope that there can always be new beginnings, even for people like us. As for Delenn, every morning for as long as she lived, Delenn got up before dawn, and watched the sun come up."