Sheridan visits Babylon 5 for the last time; close friends celebrate his life.
Sheridan and Delenn leave for Minbar; Franklin has a new post on Earth; Morden's prophecy.
Disturbing news arrives from Mars; old friends say goodbye.
G'Kar returns to a huge Narn following; Sheridan confronts Garibaldi.
Delenn's disabled ship drifts in space; Centauri Prime defenses go down as the Alliance approaches.
Delenn goes to Minbar on a peace mission; Londo and G'Kar are imprisoned on Centauri Prime.
Sheridan's plan to avert war hinges on Garibaldi; a distressed Londo returns to Centauri Prime.
Lennier's findings are unwelcome to the Alliance; Lyta seeks alternative aid for the telepaths; Garibaldi has a visitor.
Without Sheridan's knowledge, Delenn sends Lennier to get proof of who is behind the raids.
Psi Corps secrets come out during Bester's pursuit of a telepathic killer.
Garibaldi traces attacks on Alliance shipping to the Drazi Homeworld.
The telepath situation worsens; Bester faces enraged Garibaldi.
Alliance ships continue to disappear; Lockley calls on Bester to help with the telepaths.
Byron's telepaths give the Alliance an ultimatum; Londo and G'Kar make an unsettling visit to Centauri Prime.
Comedy team Rebo and Zooty (Penn & Teller) plan a visit; the Brakiri celebrate a religious holiday.
An alien race will kill to keep a centuries-old secret; Byron and Lyta reach an understanding.
Bester comes for the telepaths; Lochley sends Garibaldi to the brig; Delenn chooses a bodyguard for Londo.
Garibaldi confronts Lochley; Minbari Rangers enlighten Delenn about their training techniques.
Mack and Bo, two ordinary crewmen, follow routine during an intense alien attack.
G'Kar drafts the Declaration of Principles; role of refugee telepaths.
To recover from a heart attack, Londo must face his fears and heal his soul.
Ivanova's replacement arrives during Sheridan's inaugural preparations; a renegade telepath foils an assassination.
The future of the InterStellar Alliance.
Sheridan resigns from Earthforce; InterStellar Alliance; Mars gains independence.
The Resistance strikes to free Earth and Mars.
Lyta, Franklin and Garibaldi help Sheridan escape; Ivanova attacks Earth destroyers; Sheridan returns to Babylon 5.
Edgars interrogates Sheridan; Franklin and Lyta learn Garibaldi was altered by Bester.
Garibaldi joins Edgars in a plot to capture Sheridan; Lyta fears an impending war between telepaths and mundanes.
Garibaldi reaches Mars and faces a tough decision; Lyta makes telepathic contact with Franklin's unconscious patient.
Sheridan retaliates against Clark, while the Centauri and Narn governments offer support for the war against Earth.
A mystery man warns Garibaldi of a plot; Delenn makes a sacrifice; Lyta Alexander may return to Psi Corps; Sheridan faces war with Earth.
Sheridan jockeys the League into seeking White Star fleet's protection; civil war threatens Minbar.
Ivanova prepares a broadcast to Earth; Sheridan meets with Londo and G'Kar; Garibaldi leaves Babylon 5.
'Voice of the Resistance' counters ISN disinformation; Delenn must rebuild the Grey Council.
Sheridan confronts Garibaldi; Marcus and Dr. Franklin meet with Mars resistance leaders; Ivanova deals with smugglers for food and medicine.
To counter President Clark's propaganda war, Franklin and Marcus meet with martian allies; on Minbar, Delenn defends her relationship with Sheridan.
Sheridan's father sends disturbing news; a reporter beams a slanted story back to Earth.
Londo announces a regent; Garibaldi resigns; President Clark invokes an embargo against Babylon 5; Z'ha'dum is destroyed.
Sheridan's fleet gets caught between the Vorlons and the Shadows as a planet-killer bears down on Coriana 6.
Sheridan prepares a counteroffensive; Londo plots against evil Emperor Cartagia; Ivanova and Lorien search for the First Ones.
The struggle between the Vorlons and the Shadows escalates.
Zack finds Garibaldi on a life pod released by the errant transport vessel.
Sheridan finds himeslf suspended between life and death with an unusual stranger; Centauris capture G'Kar; Delenn gathers troops.
Londo returns to Centauri Prime as a guest of mad Emperor Cartagia; Lyta Alexander and Ivanova seek signs of Sheridan near Z'ha'dum.
Sheridan's wife wants him to return with her to Z'ha'dum; Londo gets a promotion.
Sheridan prepares for a major Shadow offensive; Dr. Franklin stops a mugging.
Londo and Lord Refa vie for power; Sheridan tries to make sense of Shadow strategy.
Delenn assumes leadership of the Rangers; a cult takes over Grey 17 sector.
Sheridan sets a telepathic trap for the Shadows; Dr. Franklin falls for a singer.
Babylon 4 moves back in time; Sheridan sees the future.
A message from the future sends Sheridan into the past to prevent the destruction of Babylon 5.
Kosh launches an attack on the Shadows; Dr. Franklin resigns; Londo has a visitor.
Bester helps Sheridan capture a Shadow ship carrying cryogenic tubes.
Sheridan seeks independence for Babylon 5; a man in knight's clothing arrives; with Michael York.
Without authorization, Vir transfers thousands of Narns so they can get medical treatment.
Nightwatch mercenaries hold Delenn hostage; Londo breaks with Mr. Morden.
President Clark sends elite forces to seize Babylon 5 and orders Mars bombed when the colony refuses to enact martial law.
Earth declares martial law on Babylon 5; a seer (Majel Barrett) has a surprising prophecy for Londo.
An archaeologist knows of Earth's plans for newly discovered Shadow ships; President Clark declares martial law.
A parasite that claims Lurkers has a unique purpose; Marcus is attracted to Ivanova.
A Psi-cop (Walter Koenig) comes after a dealer in dust, a mind-enhancing drug that could be a powerful weapon.
Ivanova contacts the First Ones, ancient enemies of the Shadows; Sheridan gets a new political officer.
A new punishment erases a criminal's memories and places him in service.
G'Kar is ordered back to Narn; Franklin behaves strangely; an alien pod demands answers to an IQ test.
A bomber targets Babylon 5; Londo and G'Kar are trapped in a transport tube.
Earthforce intelligence studies the Shadows; Londo tries to break the Centauri/Shadow alliance; Centauris blockade a Ranger camp.
Centauris invade Drazi and Pak'ma'ra territory; Earth sends a peace minister; Sheridan orders an escort for a battered Narn cruiser.
G'Kar rallies Narn resistance; Delenn's allegiance is tested.
A final battle ends the Narn/Centauri conflict; Delenn introduces Sheridan to the Rangers.
Lyta Alexander returns, convinced a Psi Corps spy is aboard.
Belief systems clash when a plague threatens the station.
Strange visions lead Sheridan to a dangerous discovery; Londo reluctantly accepts a challenge to duel.
Sheridan learns the truth about his wife's death; an ancient secret threatens the universe.
Sheridan defends Babylon 5's peace mission for a TV news magazine.
Sheridan kills a Minbari in self-defense, then faces murder charges.
An Earth Force agent seeks the former president's personal physician on a matter of security.
Sheridan tries to remain neutral as tensions mount between the Narns and the Centauri; Ivanova allies with the Lumati.
Sheridan fails to return from a scouting expedition; the nine replace Delenn.
Earthforce legions arrive on a secret mission; Delenn is threatened.
Sheridan's ceremonial welcome for the Centauri emperor angers G'Kar; Garibaldi gets a strange message.
Bester (Walter Koenig) enlists Talia to catch unregistered telepaths; Delenn asks Sheridan to dinner.
Londo gets permission to divorce two of his wives; Talia's ex-husband arrives; Delenn seeks beauty tips.
A Future Corp. executive monitoring Mars negotiations is murdered; witness Talia fears she may be next.
A 100-year-old Earth ship with two bodies aboard docks at Babylon 5.
An explorer ship commanded by Sheridan's old friend is caught in hyperspace.
A wizard interrupts a Centauri meeting; Sheridan sends Ivanova on a peace mission.
Londo owes the sinister Morden; G'Kar investigates Quad 37; Delenn emerges.
Capt. John Sheridan (Bruce Boxleitner) assumes command; Delenn's transformation continues.
The president is assassinated; Knight One returns; Londo and the shadowmen; Delenn transforms.
A healer (June Lockhart) claims an alien machine can cure; Londo and Lennier go out on the town.
The station gets a distress call from Babylon 4, which disappeared mysteriously many years before.
The doomsday machine is activated; Earthforce claims the technology; Garibaldi learns his martian lover's fate.
Sinclair and Ivanova discover a doomsday machine on Epsilon 3; rebellion sweeps Mars.
War looms when the body of a Minbari leader disappears; Talia Winters recruits a runaway with psychic powers for Psi Corps.
Earth Alliance investigates the station's ranking officers; Garibaldi and Lennier restore a rare antique -- a motorcycle.
A pilgrim seeks the Grail on Babylon 5; a criminal monstrously eliminates witnesses.
Rabbi Koslov (Theodore Bikel) bears a legacy for Ivanova; an Earth boxing champ wants to compete in an alien tournament.
Londo tries to return a priceless Centauri artifact; a visitor has a dangerous proposition.
A dockworkers strike cripples Babylon 5.
Framed for sabotage, Garibaldi turns fugitive.
Aliens refuse surgery for their dying child.
A war criminal has a serum for immortality; Talia Winters helps with an unusual project.
A pro-Earth group kidnaps Sinclair.
Pro-Earthers attack a Minbari dignitary; star-crossed lovers seek protection.
Talia Winters helps a former lover, a rogue telepath fleeing the Psi Corps; guest Walter Koenig.
Former lovers and enemies threaten Sinclair and G'Kar during a festival; guest Julia Nickson.
An ancient weapon transforms an archaeologist's assistant into a half-alien killing machine.
A Centauri slave seduces Londo for information that could destroy him.
An immortal soul-hunter is after Delenn.
The Narn attack a Centauri colony; telepath Winters affects Ivanova.
Commander Sinclair is accused of trying to murder an alien ambassador.