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Babylon 5: Acts of Sacrifice

The Narn-Centauri war continues with many casualties. G'Kar is surprised that Sheridan and his crew will try to aid their cause and intervene in some manner. With the war heating up, Sheridan must walk a fine line between helping and controlling the situation. Delenn is finding it difficult to come to G'Kar's aid as he has on countless occasions claimed to want to see all Centauri dead. The Minbari are tired of war, but are willing to mediate. Ivanova faces another challenge when dealing with a race that seal alliances by intercourse.


Episode Info


Episode number: 2x12
Production Number: 212
Airdate: Wednesday February 22nd, 1995



  • Currently 7.3/10
7.3/10 (3 Votes cast)
Guest Stars
David Sage
As Centauri Merchant
Recurring
Jeff Conaway
As Sgt. Zack Allen
Recurring
Jennifer Anglin
As Narn Second
Recurring
Kathryn Cressida
As Bartender
Recurring
Sandey Grinn
As Narn Captain
Recurring
Ian Abercrombie
As Correlilmurzon
Paul Ainsley
As Centauri # 1
Main Cast
Bruce Boxleitner
As Captain/President John Sheridan
Claudia Christian
As Lt. Commander Susan Ivanova
Jerry Doyle
As Security Chief Michael Garibaldi
Mira Furlan
As Delenn
Richard Biggs
As Dr. Stephen Franklin
Stephen Furst
As Vir Cotto
Peter Jurasik
As Londo Mollari
Other Episode Crew

CreatorJ. Michael Straczynski
Executive ProducerDouglas Netter  |  J. Michael Straczynski
ProducerJohn Copeland
Production DesignerJohn Iacovelli
EditorDavid W. Foster  |  Suzanne Sternlight
CastingMary Jo Slater
MusicChristopher Franke
CinematographerJohn C. Flinn III
Conceptual ConsultantHarlan Ellison
 
Warning: Babylon 5 season 2 episode 12 guide may contain spoilers
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