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Londo: I was there at the dawn of the third age of mankind. It began in the earthyear 2257 with the founding of the last of the Babylon stations located deep in neutral space. It was a port of call for refugees, smugglers, businessman, diplomats and travellers from a hundred worlds. It could be a dangerous place but we accepted the risk because Babylon 5 was our last best hope for peace. Under the leadership of its final commander Babylon 5 was a dream given form. A dream of a galaxy without war when species from different worlds could live side by side in mutual respect.
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Londo: Babylon 5 was the last of the Babylon stations. - This is its story.
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Delenn: I look forward to meeting a Vorlon. I've heard much about them that is strange.
Sinclair: Such as?
Delenn: Do you not have files onto Vorlons?
Sinclair: Absolutely, very large files. There's nothing in them of course.
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Delenn: Here is a copy of everything I have. It may be of use. If anyone asks... say it fell from the sky.
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Londo: Now c'mon, c'mon, c'mon. Go! You're a security chief. Shouldn't you be out SECURING something?
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Londo: Garibaldi. My good, close friend, GARIBALDI!
Garibaldi: No. No, you don't. Not again!
Londo: Lend me your support, your good cheer...
Garibaldi: ... my wallet?
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G'Kar: [to Lyta] As the only race without telepaths we are at a tactical disadvantage. YOU could change that! - Now, would you prefer to be conscious or unconscious during the mating...?
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G'Kar: Yours is the oldest of the five federations, ours is the youngest. Technologically you're centuries ahead of everyone else. We have unlimited manpower and the will to use it! Can you imagine what we could achive together?
Delenn: I can. Which is why it must never be allowed to happen!
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Londo: We were pretty good sharks ourselves once. But somehow along the way we forgot how to bite!
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Londo: We've become a tourist attraction! -- See the great Centauri Republic! Opened 9 to 5, earthtime!
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Sinclair: Michael, I picked you because you're right for the job. You're not politic, you're not subtle and sometimes you're a pain in the ass! And I wouldn't have it any other way. Do what you have to... just nail whoever is responsible!
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Sinclair: We never had a chance. The sky was full of stars! And every star an exploding ship. One of ours... My team was blown out of the sky in less than a minute... Twelve ships.
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Sinclair: When I came to 24 hours later the cruiser was gone. I checked in... they told me the war was over. The Minbari had surrendered.
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Sinclair: Why did you do it?
Minbari assassin: There is a hole in your mind!
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Garibaldi: Commander, this little breach of security isn't gonna affect my Christmas bonus, is it?
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Delenn: Do you need anything?
Sinclair: Coffee. Two sugars, cream... and aspirin!
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Sinclair: [to G'Kar] What you do here is your own business. You can scheme and plan and play all the games you want but get this straight: If you ever endanger the station again my people will find you and the results will be most unpleasant.
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Garibaldi: [to G'Kar] Beep Beep!
Londo: Beep Beep?!? It must be earth humor! Who can figure a species like that? Beep Beep?
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Garibaldi: Commander, do you have any idea of the tests they'll put him through the things they'll do to him trying to find a transmitter that's not there?
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Delenn: Why Babylon 5? If the prior four stations were lost or distroyed -- why built another?
Sinclair: Wild human stubborness, I guess. When something we value is destroyed we rebuilt it. If it is destroyed again we rebuilt it again. And again, and again and ... again. Until it stays.
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Sinclair: That is, our poet Tennyson once said, the goal: To strive, to seek, to find and not to yield.
Delenn: A poet?
Sinclair: Someone who writes poems. A poem, a story in meter or rhyme.
Delenn: Ah. There once was a man from Nantucket...
Sinclair: You've been talking to Garibaldi again, haven't you?
Delenn: Yeah. How did you know?
Sinclair: Oh, just a wild guess...
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Lieutenant: Babylon 5 is opened for business.
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