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Conflicts of Interest
Babylon 5, episode 78 (4.12)

Last Modified: 28 Jun 2006 13:30:03

Bruce Boxleitner   IMDB   Captain John Sheridan
Claudia Christian   IMDB   Lt. Commander Susan Ivanova
Jerry Doyle   IMDB   Security Chief Michael Garibaldi
Mira Furlan   IMDB   Ambassador Delenn
Andreas Katsulas   IMDB   G'Kar
Peter Jurasik   IMDB   Londo Mollari
Richard Biggs   IMDB   Doctor Stephen Franklin
William John Murphy   IMDB   Man
Ebony Monique Solomon   IMDB   Young Woman
Wiley Pickett   IMDB   Man
Tim Choate   IMDB   Zathras
Denise Gentile   IMDB   Lise Hampton
Mark Schneider   IMDB   Wade
Charles Walker   IMDB   Ben
Richard S. Horvitz   IMDB   Mark

Garibaldi takes on a new job. The resistance's counter-propaganda broadcasts begin. Sheridan proposes a plan to protect the Non-Aligned Worlds from raiders.
Zack enters Sheridan's office to find the Captain staring, silently, at a painting hanging on his wall. Sheridan explains that he has been doing some thinking, and that there are some unpleasant things he needs to take care of, which he can do now that Delenn is gone. He tells Zack that, when Garibaldi resigned as Chief of Security, he didn't turn in his link, identicard, or PPG. Zack tells Sheridan that he doesn't think Garibaldi would take it very well, and that it doesn't make sense that Garibaldi is acting the way he is. Sheridan says that he wants this taken care of that same day. Zack agrees, but wants to know why Sheridan is in such a hurry. "I don't like the company he's been keeping," the Captain replies. Zack leaves.

As Ivanova's shuttle leaves Babylon 5, Garibaldi is in his quarters, dressing, and watching an old Daffy Duck cartoon, in which Daffy is continually tormented by an unseen assailant, who is controlling his every move and the world around him. As the assailant is revealed to be Bugs Bunny, Garibaldi's door chimes and Wade enters. Wade tells Garibaldi that he has a job for him. He says he wants to hire Garibaldi as a bodyguard and expedite something secret. Wade explains that his contact has to perform important business on Babylon 5, which might involve security - all Garibaldi has to do is to keep the contact out of security's way while they are on board. Wade asks him if going against his own security force will be a problem, and Garibaldi tells him that - if he had asked that question the day before - he would have, but now he doesn't. Garibaldi agrees to the job.

Ivanova returns from Epsilon III to find Franklin waiting for her. He asks how it went, and she explains that she thinks she has the interface figured out. She wants to tell the Captain, but Franklin says he doesn't think it would be a good time at the moment - Sheridan is in a bad mood right now. As they leave, they pass Lise, who did arrive safely.

Later, Garibaldi receives a transmission from William Edgars himself. Edgars tells him that Lise has arrived home safe, and that he heard about what Garibaldi did and how, and that he is appreciative for what he did. Edgars says that his organization could use Garibaldi, and that he would like to hire Garibaldi on retainer, though he would have to come to Mars, but it would definitely be worth his while. Edgars thinks there wouldn't be much problem getting him past the quarantine, and Edgars is sure he can work things out if Garibaldi is interested. "Yeah," Garibaldi says. "I'm interested."

There is a brief flash of static, and then a test pattern appears on the screen, followed by Ivanova's face, in the war room.
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