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Babilonas 5 Convictions (1994–1998) HD online
Language: English
Category: TV Episode / Action / Adventure / Drama / Sci-Fi
Original Title: Convictions
Director: Michael Vejar
Writers: J. Michael Straczynski,J. Michael Straczynski
Released: 1994–1998
Duration: 43min
Video type: TV Episode
A mad bomber is loose on Babylon 5. When they find him, he threatens to detonate the station, if his demands are not met. Meanwhile G'Kar and Londo are trapped in an elevator. Londo wants to work together so they can escape, but G'Kar refuses to aide his nemesis.
Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Bruce Boxleitner Bruce Boxleitner - Capt. John Sheridan
Claudia Christian Claudia Christian - Cmdr. Susan Ivanova
Jerry Doyle Jerry Doyle - Michael Garibaldi
Mira Furlan Mira Furlan - Delenn
Richard Biggs Richard Biggs - Dr. Stephen Franklin
Bill Mumy Bill Mumy - Lennier
Jason Carter Jason Carter - Marcus Cole
Stephen Furst Stephen Furst - Vir Cotto (credit only)
Jeff Conaway Jeff Conaway - Zack Allan
Peter Jurasik Peter Jurasik - Londo Mollari
Andreas Katsulas Andreas Katsulas - G'Kar
Patrick Kilpatrick Patrick Kilpatrick - Robert Carlson
Louis Turenne Louis Turenne - Brother Theo
Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa - Morishi
John C. Flinn III John C. Flinn III - Obnoxious Man (as John Flinn)

The scenes in med-lab feature a mock-up of Bill Mumy. His father had recently died and he did not feel that he could cope with doing the scenes as it reminded him too much of the loss of his father.

Lennier claims to be suffering from "Netter's Syndrome" to get away from the Obnoxious man. Netter's syndrome is a reference to executive producer Douglas Netter.

Andreas Katsulas was not aware that a mock-up of Lennier was being used in the Med-Lab scenes. He later congratulated Bill Mumy on how still he managed to be during those scenes.

This takes place from January 13 to January 14, 2260.

John C. Flinn III, the series' main cinematographer and occasional director, gives a cameo performance as The Obnoxious Man.

Reviews: [3]

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    The Apotheoses of Lacspor

    This is a filler but does add to the characters a lot. I really loved this episode as it was both funny and had action too. Londo and G'Kar are amazing in this! Even though there is a bigger picture to them I always find a love hate relationship with them... They are a great double act.

    I see a few reviews here that I think take away from many of the episodes and if people follow many of them I think they will judge the shows before even watching them, which is a shame as many that have low ratings are very good, but some are just OK... This one I would say is great for character development.

    I would say this is my best filler to date :D
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    The best part of this episode is a hilarious exchange between Ambassador's G'Kar and Mollari. It's pretty much the only reason worth watching, other than Lennier's part.
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    The episode begins with an explosion on B-5. Later, more explosions occur and there seems to be little sense to the attacks--the locations were not strategic but seemed only intent on maximizing the number of deaths! While it seems this COULD be the product of a Shadow conspiracy to create terror and chaos (this WOULD have been better), it was instead from an isolated loony that eventually tries to destroy the entire station with a well-placed bomb. In a taught conclusion, Sheridan meets with the nut one-on-one and tries to both stall for time and get him to give himself up--thus sparing the station. Well made and interesting, I was not as impressed as I could have been since the show really didn't fit in with the overall themes that ran through most episodes--making this more a good bit of "filler" than anything else!