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The ISN sends reporters to make a video report on Babylon 5. Explaining that he will try to tell as much of the truth as he can, the lead journalists refuses to promise that he can be in any way impartial, but implores Babylon 5 to tell their side of the story, anyhow. The results turn out to be even worse than what they expected.
 
The ISN sends reporters to make a video report on Babylon 5. Explaining that he will try to tell as much of the truth as he can, the lead journalists refuses to promise that he can be in any way impartial, but implores Babylon 5 to tell their side of the story, anyhow. The results turn out to be even worse than what they expected.
   
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Revision as of 21:33, September 15, 2014

Cast

Starring

Guest Starring

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Cast Notes

Summary

The ISN sends reporters to make a video report on Babylon 5. Explaining that he will try to tell as much of the truth as he can, the lead journalists refuses to promise that he can be in any way impartial, but implores Babylon 5 to tell their side of the story, anyhow. The results turn out to be even worse than what they expected.

Introduction

Act I

Act II

Act III

Act IV

Act V

Memorable quotes

Continuity

While the special presentation on Babylon 5 was ultimately propaganda, attentive viewers will notice that Dan Randall may have kept his promise to Sheridan. This moment of truth can be seen when Randall mentions that Sheridan's father, David has gone missing and the family farm has been destroyed.

DVD release

This episode, along with the other episodes from season four, has been released on DVD with extensive special features.

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