What song playing the background in the bar scene? there was slow ballad type singer and then a faster rock song. Anyone know? Lurkers Guide was no help...
Garibaldi feels his own actions as a betrayal, with his comment about the thirty pieces of silver - a reference to Judas Iscariot, the disciple who betrayed Jesus. How will he feel about himself now that he realizes he's been used?
The bar scene has some nice effects, both visually (like a strobe light) and the sound effects. The violence used is disturbing, especially in contrast with the lying news being sent by ISN. I wonder - how did Delenn feel that something was happening so far away?
The flashback given by Bester finally clears up the mystery of what happened to Garibaldi. I find it interesting to see Harlan Ellison as a PsiCop in that scene!
True. Events just keep rolling towards some inevitable ending.This is one of those episodes where you can see the trouble coming but there's seemingly no way to stop it.
What I've said before: why didn't anyone (except for Zack. Go Zack!!) suspect anything about Garibaldi? At least Ivanova had know him for several years. Did no-one notice his behaviour was weird?Estelyn said:People keep metioning that Sheridan has changed, gotten harder, since he came back from Z'ha'dum. Can that Sheridan really have been so naíve as to believe that Garibaldi was acting in his interest, or did he anticipate the inevitable betrayal?
Both are possible, absolutely. The latter because of Bester is mischievous enough to do that. The first - well, this option was foremost on my mind when I watched that scene. If G were to save Sheridan, it would actually serve Bester's interests as it would surely upset Clark.Alioth said:I sometimes wonder if Bester told Garibaldi what he did, right after he fulfilled his objective with Edgars, in some hope that he may actually try to rescue Sheridan.
Or, he told Garibaldi as soon as he could, just to taunt him. Maybe for both reasons though.