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Babylon 5: And the Rock Cried Out, No Hiding Place

The big battle with the Shadows are growing closer and Sheridan is working himself hard. The Narns have taken upon themselves to protect all the telepaths that are being sent out to participate in the war. Londo is plotting, as per usual, and he plans to get G'Kar out of his way. Poor Vir is the tool by which G'Kar is going to be lured into an ambush. The monk Theo becomes uncharacteristically annoyed as an ecclestical group from Earth arrives.


Episode Info


Episode number: 3x20
Production Number: 320
Airdate: Monday October 14th, 1996



  • Currently 7.3/10
7.3/10 (3 Votes cast)
Guest Stars
Louis TurenneLouis Turenne
As Brother Theo
Recurring
Wayne AlexanderWayne Alexander
As G'Dan
Recurring
William ForwardWilliam Forward
As Lord Refa
Recurring
Marva HicksMarva Hicks
As Singer
Mel WinklerMel Winkler
As Reverend Will Dexter
Paul KeithPaul Keith
As Drigo
Main Cast
Bruce BoxleitnerBruce Boxleitner
As Captain/President John Sheridan
Mira FurlanMira Furlan
As Delenn
Jerry Doyle (1)Jerry Doyle (1)
As Security Chief Michael Garibaldi
Claudia ChristianClaudia Christian
As Lt. Commander/Commander Susan Ivanova
Peter JurasikPeter Jurasik
As Londo Mollari
Richard BiggsRichard Biggs
As Dr. Stephen Franklin
Stephen FurstStephen Furst
As Vir Cotto
Bill MumyBill Mumy
As Lennier
Other Episode Crew

Executive ProducerDouglas Netter  |  J. Michael Straczynski
ProducerJohn Copeland
Production DesignerJohn Iacovelli
EditorSuzanne Sternlight  |  David W. Foster
CastingMary Jo Slater
MusicChristopher Franke
CinematographerJohn C. Flinn III
Created ByJ. Michael Straczynski
Conceptual ConsultantHarlan Ellison
 
Warning: Babylon 5 season 3 episode 20 guide may contain spoilers
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