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'''Ko D'Ath''' was a Narn who briefly served as [[G'Kar]]'s attache.
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'''Ko D'Ath''' was a Narn who briefly served as [[G'Kar]]'s attaché.
   
 
==History==
 
==History==
Ko D'Ath was G'Kar's first, short-lived ambassadorial assistant. She arrived earlier than G'Kar expected, eager to begin her assignment. Aggressive and very serious about her duties, she did not tolerate much foolishness. When [[Londo Mollari]] failed consistently to show up to negotiate the [[Euphrates Treaty]], he eventually sent [[Vir Cotto]] to negotiate in his stead. G'Kar, insulted by the gesture, declared that Ko D'Ath would in turn operate in his place. Ko D'Ath is delighted about the opportunity, but G'Kar admonishes her with the same warning Londo gave Vir not to "give away the homeworld." <ref>[[Born to the Purple]]</ref>
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In [[2258]] Ko D'Ath was G'Kar's first, short-lived ambassadorial assistant. She arrived on [[babylon 5]] several earlier than G'Kar expected, having booked an early transport, eager to begin her assignment. Aggressive and very serious about her duties, she did not tolerate much foolishness. When [[Londo Mollari]] failed consistently to show up to negotiate the [[Euphrates Treaty]], he eventually sent [[Vir Cotto]] to negotiate in his stead. G'Kar, insulted by the gesture, declared that Ko D'Ath would in turn operate in his place. Ko D'Ath is delighted about the opportunity, but G'Kar admonishes her with the same warning Londo gave Vir not to "give away the homeworld." <ref>[[Born to the Purple]]</ref>
   
She died in an "airlock accident" shortly after arriving on the station in [[2258]]. <ref>[[The Parliament of Dreams]]</ref>
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She died in an "airlock accident" shortly afterwards . <ref>[[The Parliament of Dreams]]</ref>
   
==Notes==
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==Behind the Scenes==
Ko D'Ath was portrayed by [[Mary Woronov]]. Intended to be a regular character, Woronov could not cope with the extensive make-up and prosthetic requirements, necessitating her character's replacement.
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Ko D'Ath, who was portrayed by [[Mary Woronov]] was intended to be a regular character on the show, though ultimately Woronov could not cope with the extensive make-up prosthetics and would not wear the contact lenses (hence Ko D'Ath's atypically blue eyes), necessitating her character's replacement with a new attaché [[Na'Toth]], after just a single appearance in ("[[Born to the Purple]]").
   
 
==References==
 
==References==

Revision as of 19:00, April 17, 2010

"Thank you, ambassador! I shall represent our people to the best of my ability."
"Just don't give away the homeworld."

Ko D'Ath and G'Kar during the Euphrates Treaty negotiations


Ko D'Ath was a Narn who briefly served as G'Kar's attaché.

History

In 2258 Ko D'Ath was G'Kar's first, short-lived ambassadorial assistant. She arrived on babylon 5 several earlier than G'Kar expected, having booked an early transport, eager to begin her assignment. Aggressive and very serious about her duties, she did not tolerate much foolishness. When Londo Mollari failed consistently to show up to negotiate the Euphrates Treaty, he eventually sent Vir Cotto to negotiate in his stead. G'Kar, insulted by the gesture, declared that Ko D'Ath would in turn operate in his place. Ko D'Ath is delighted about the opportunity, but G'Kar admonishes her with the same warning Londo gave Vir not to "give away the homeworld." [1]

She died in an "airlock accident" shortly afterwards . [2]

Behind the Scenes

Ko D'Ath, who was portrayed by Mary Woronov was intended to be a regular character on the show, though ultimately Woronov could not cope with the extensive make-up prosthetics and would not wear the contact lenses (hence Ko D'Ath's atypically blue eyes), necessitating her character's replacement with a new attaché Na'Toth, after just a single appearance in ("Born to the Purple").

References

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