||Points of Departure
||New Station Chief Capt. John Sheridan is tested by a warship leader (Richard Grove) Who wants to goad him into initiating a battle so that minbari forces can justify a counter-attack on babylon 5.
||The Coming Of Shadows
||He comes in peace - but bringes conflict. The arrival of aged Centauri (Turhan Bey) puts rival ambassadors Mollari and G?kar at the forefront of a string of schemes, murders and misunderstandings
||Somewhere in the stations five-mile expanse. a fugitive doctor (Tony Stedman) Hides. Earth Alliance?s orders are clear, Shoot to kill. But Sheridan suspects the runaway might be innocent of the charges against him.
||And Now For a Word
||Who could have imagined an Interstellar News Network crew would be present as Centauri/Narn relations erupt into deadly conflict? Keep those cameras rolling: this ought to be a ratings smash!
||The Long, Twilight Struggle
||A final bloody battle determines the outcome of the Centauri/Narn conflict - and signals an even greater threat to all civilizations.
||Comes the Inquisitor
||G?kar rallies the Narn on the station to uphold the resistance effort against the Centauri. Delenn undergoes a torturous test of her alligeance to kosh by a bizzare emissary called Sebastian (Wayne Aleander).
||The Fall of Night
||Earth Reacts to the Centauri rape invasion of several worlds - but it?s not what sheridan expects. Amazing revalations are made about the Shadows and the Vorlons.