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BABYLON 5 1993 TV Series
  • Jeffrey Sinclair: Everyone lies, Michael. The innocent lie because they don't want to be blamed for something they didn't do. And the guilty lie because they don't have any other choice. (Season 1 episode And the Sky full of Stars)

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  • Activist Groups
    • Free Mars
      • Independence movement. (Season 1 episode Eyes)
  • Animals/Creatures
    • Fingle
      • The Shakespeare Corporation wants to trans-ship a load of fingle eggs to the station. Garibaldi denies the request due to it being a serious hazard. (Season 1 episode Believers)
    • Gloppit
      • Doctor Stephen Franklin gives the terminally ill alien child a container of industrial goo, telling him that it's a gloppit egg, a very rare creature from the planet Placebo. (Season 1 episode Believers)
    • Jovian Tree Worm
      • Londo Mollari: I would rather kiss a Jovian tree worm. (Season 1 episode Born to the Purple)
    • Treel
      • A sort of fish. The Centauri raise them. Susan Ivanova offers them to her Rabbi uncle. (Season 1 episode TKO)
    • Vorlon
      • Jinxo, come on out! We've got the geezer. You hear me? You got 10 minutes to reach Deuce. If you don't show, we feed your friends to the Vorlon. (Season 1 episode Grail)
  • Armed Forces
    • Black Omega
      • Earth Alliance Squadron Black Omega pursues a stolen transport. (Season 1 episode Mind War)
    • Star Riders
      • In ancient times the Star Riders were a mounted force that used the stars to help guide them. During the Earth-Minbari War, Shai Alyt Branmer, a Star Rider, served as the military commander of the Minbari Federation's forces.
      • When Shai Alyt Branmer died in 2258, the Star Riders were nearly dishonored when they disobeyed his wishes to simply be cremated and instead chose to give him a military funeral. (Season 1 episode Legacies)
    • Wind Swords
      • Warrior caste of the Minbari people that sheltered the DeathWalker. (Season 1 episode Deathwalker)
  • Artifacts
    • Sacred Vessel of Regeneration
      • Aldous Gajic is seeking the Sacred Vessel of Regeneration, known also as the Cup of the Goddess, or by it's more common name, the Holy Grail. (Season 1 episode Grail)
    • The Triluminary
      • Delenn visits the Grey Council for what she claims is the last time, taking with her the artifact known as the Triluminary when she leaves. (Season 1 episode Babylon Squared)
  • Bars and Night Clubs
    • Happy Daze Bar
      • Bar on the station.
      • Garibaldi hides out and gets drunk. (Season 1 episode Survivors)
  • Battles, Conflicts and Wars
    • The Battle of the Line
      • Battle during the MInbari War. Sinclair blacked out, can't remember what happened. It is revealed that Captain Sinclair was captured and interrogated by the Grey Council during the Minbari War. (Season 1 episode And the Sky full of Stars)
      • Jeffrey Sinclair mentions the Battle of the Line - he's been working to piece things together. He asks Garibaldi to help him investigate what happened during his memory blackout. (Season 1 episode Signs and Portents)
    • Dilgar Invasion
      • DeathWalker led the Dilgar Invasion, performing experiments on inhabitants of Latig Four, destroying entire population thru infection of Stafford's Plague. (Season 1 episode Deathwalker)
    • The Earth-Minbari War
      • The show Babylon 5 starts ten years after the Earth-Minbari War, during the Third Age of Mankind. (Season 1 episode Midnight on the Firing Line)
  • Beverages
    • Hot Jala
      • Londo prepares hot jala for Delenn and her friend. (Season 1 episode A Voice in the Wilderness Part 1)
  • Beverages-Beer
    • Traxian Ale
      • According to Garibaldi, Zoon burgers, Jovian tubers and Traxian Ale is the specialty of the house at the Dugout. "Add ketchup and you'll swear you're back on Cestus." (Season 1 episode TKO)
  • Bookstores
    • Book Universe
      • PA announces a signing at a book store on the station. (Season 1 episode Deathwalker)
  • Buildings and Landmarks
    • Earth Dome
      • The Earth Alliance is the official government of Earth and its colonies in the twenty-third century. The governing council is referred to as the Earth Alliance Central Government, Earthgov and Earth Central, founded in 2085 after the end of World War 3 with headquarters at Earth Dome in Geneva, Switzerland. (Season 1 episode Midnight on the Firing Line)
      • "Rumors are still running rampant in Earth Dome as President Luis Santiago continues his journey to Babylon 5." (Season 1 episode Survivors)
  • Churches, Religions and Religious Organizations
    • Foundationism
      • No description available
    • Obeah
      • Religion listed on young telepath Alisa Beldon's file. (Season 1 episode Legacies)
    • Third Fane of Chudomo
      • Minbari religious clan.
      • Delenn's new aide is Lennier of the Third Fane of Chudomo. (Season 1 episode The Parliament of Dreams)
  • Clothing Stores
    • Galactic Boutique
      • Adira tells Trakis that she'll meet him on the Zócalo, near the Galactic Boutique - but she doesn't show. (Season 1 episode Born to the Purple)
  • Colonies
    • Mars Colony
      • Mentioned on PA announcement. (Season 1 episode The Parliament of Dreams)
  • Conditions and Diseases
    • Stafford's Plague
      • DeathWalker led the Dilgar Invasion, performing experiments on inhabitants of Latig Four, destroying entire population thru infection of Stafford's Plague. (Season 1 episode Deathwalker)
      • Young telepath Alisa Beldon's mother Esperanza Beldon died of Stafford's Plague in 2250.(Season 1 episode Legacies)
  • Corporations
    • Quartermaster Corporation
      • Colonel Ari Ben Zayn of Earth Force Internal Affairs arrives on the station undercover as Aaron Franks, representing the independent military supplier Quartermaster Corporation hoping to supply the station. (Season 1 episode Eyes)
    • Shakespeare Corporation
      • The Shakespeare Corporation wants to trans-ship a load of fingle eggs to the station. Garibaldi denies the request due to it being a serious hazard. (Season 1 episode Believers)
  • Currency
    • Ducat
      • Centauri currency.
      • Garibaldi is found on Brown 5, level. He's been paying for things with Centauri ducats. (Season 1 episode Survivors)
  • Doctors
    • Dr. Ben Kyle
      • Saved Kosh’s life, transferred to Earth to work directly with the President. (Season 1 episode The War Prayer)
  • Electronics
    • Mo-Med Data Systems
      • Medical equipment monitoring the Soul Hunter's vital signs in the Medlab. (Season 1 episode Soul Hunter)
  • Elementary Schools
    • Malcolm X Elementary
      • Young telepath Alisa Beldon graduated from Malcolm X Elementary on Earth in 2256. (Season 1 episode Legacies)
  • Flowers, Plants and Trees
    • G'Quan Eth
      • The final ceremony of the Narn religious holiday the Holy Days of G'Quan involves followers of G'Quan burning the flower G'Quan Eth as incense as first rays of sunlight pass over the G'Quan Mountain on the Narn Homeworld. (Season 1 episode By Any Means Necessary)
    • Star Laces
      • Flowers that Londo gives Adira. (Season 1 episode Born to the Purple)
  • Food
    • Spoo
      • G'Kar offers Londo fresh spoo. (Season 1 episode Midnight on the Firing Line)
  • Fruits and Vegetables
    • Antarean Pickle
      • Abbut: Rest is good. So is a nice lean pastrami with just a little mustard and an Antarean pickle. (Season 1 episode Deathwalker)
  • Government Entities and Agencies/Bureaus/Councils
    • The Centauri Republic
      • Government of the Centauri people.
    • Earth Alliance
      • The Earth Alliance is the official government of Earth and its colonies in the twenty-third century. The governing council is referred to as the Earth Alliance Central Government, Earthgov and Earth Central, founded in 2085 after the end of World War 3 with headquarters at Earthdome in Geneva, Switzerland. (Season 1 episode Midnight on the Firing Line)
    • Earth Central
      • The Earth Alliance is the official government of Earth and its colonies in the twenty-third century. The governing council is referred to as the Earth Alliance Central Government, Earthgov and Earth Central, founded in 2085 after the end of World War 3 with headquarters at Earthdome in Geneva, Switzerland. (Season 1 episode Midnight on the Firing Line)
    • Earth Force Internal Affairs
      • Colonel Ari Ben Zayn of Earth Force Internal Affairs arrives on the station undercover as Aaron Franks, representing the independent military supplier Quartermaster Corporation hoping to supply the station. (Season 1 episode Eyes)
    • Earth Force Military Intelligence
      • (Season 1 episode Mind War)
    • Earth Force Public Relations
      • Earth Force Public Relations sets up an interview for an ISN reporter with Sinclair, commemorating Babylon 5's second anniversary. (Season 1 episode Infection)
    • Grey Council
      • The ruling body of the Minbari Federation.
      • The Soul Hunter refers to Delenn as one of the great leaders of the Minbari, a member of the Grey Council. (Season 1 episode Soul Hunter)
      • Delenn's new aide, Lennier of the Third Fane of Chudomo, mentions the honor of working with a member of the Grey Council. (Season 1 episode The Parliament of Dreams)
      • Battle during the MInbari War. Sinclair blacked out, can't remember what happened. It is revealed that Captain Sinclair was captured and interrogated by the Grey Council during the Minbari War. (Season 1 episode And the Sky full of Stars)
      • Delenn visits the Grey Council for what she claims is the last time, taking with her the artifact known as the Triluminary when she leaves. (Season 1 episode Babylon Squared)
    • Indonesian Consortium
      • News report: With new questions being raised about the cost of a presence in space, Senator Pot Quat of the Indonesian Consortium, upon leaving a hearing, asked why less affluent nations pay an equal share of the cost if they do not receive an equal share of the benefits. (Season 1 episode A Voice in the Wilderness Part 1)
    • Kha'Ri
      • The government of the Narn Regime known as the Kha'Ri consists of eight levels called circles: First Circle = the Ruling Circle, Second Circle = the Advisory Circle, Third Circle = the Diplomatic Circle, Fourth Circle = the Military Circle / Fifth & Sixth Circles = continental and regional governments, Seventh & Eighth Circles = the Scholars Circle.
      • G'Kar's old enemy Du'Rog send him a message that he has hired an assassin who will kill him within 48 hours, a long-awaited retribution exacted for G'Kar's political maneuverings against him in the Kha'Ri. (Season 1 episode The Parliament of Dreams)
    • The Narn Regime
      • Government of the Narn people.
    • Office of Planetary Security
      • Heavy cruiser Hyperion, commanded by Captain Ellis Pierce of the Earth Alliance, was in hyperspace, en route to the Vegan Outpost, when they received a countermand order from Earth Force Command. They were ordered to report to Babylon 5 and assume control on the authority of the Office of Planetary Security. (Season 1 episode A Voice in the Wilderness Part 2)
    • Psi Corps
      • Earth Alliance organization established to help human telepaths learn how to control and use their abilities. (Season 1 episode Midnight on the Firing Line)
      • Lyta Alexander is the only Psi Corps member to scan a Vorlon, and was transferred back a week later. (Season 1 episode The War Prayer)
    • The Eighth Circle
      • The government of the Narn Regime known as the Kha'Ri consists of eight levels called circles: First Circle = the Ruling Circle, Second Circle = the Advisory Circle, Third Circle = the Diplomatic Circle, Fourth Circle = the Military Circle / Fifth.
    • The Fifth Circle
      • The government of the Narn Regime known as the Kha'Ri consists of eight levels called circles: First Circle = the Ruling Circle, Second Circle = the Advisory Circle, Third Circle = the Diplomatic Circle, Fourth Circle = the Military Circle / Fifth.
      • The sponsor of G'Kar's new attache was selected by Counselor Li'Dak of the Fifth Circle. (Season 1 episode The Parliament of Dreams)
    • The First Circle
      • The government of the Narn Regime known as the Kha'Ri consists of eight levels called circles: First Circle = the Ruling Circle, Second Circle = the Advisory Circle, Third Circle = the Diplomatic Circle, Fourth Circle = the Military Circle / Fifth.
    • The Fourth Circle
      • The government of the Narn Regime known as the Kha'Ri consists of eight levels called circles: First Circle = the Ruling Circle, Second Circle = the Advisory Circle, Third Circle = the Diplomatic Circle, Fourth Circle = the Military Circle / Fifth.
    • The League of Non-Aligned Worlds
      • Collection of independent alien worlds which for various reasons had banded together for mutual military support, diplomacy and trade.
      • The council votes on sanctions against the Narn Regime following its attack on a Centauri outpost. (Season 1 episode Midnight on the Firing Line)
      • Council denies request for extradition of the DeathWalker war criminal. (Season 1 episode Deathwalker)
    • The Second Circle
      • The government of the Narn Regime known as the Kha'Ri consists of eight levels called circles: First Circle = the Ruling Circle, Second Circle = the Advisory Circle, Third Circle = the Diplomatic Circle, Fourth Circle = the Military Circle / Fifth.
    • The Seventh Circle
      • The government of the Narn Regime known as the Kha'Ri consists of eight levels called circles: First Circle = the Ruling Circle, Second Circle = the Advisory Circle, Third Circle = the Diplomatic Circle, Fourth Circle = the Military Circle / Fifth.
    • The Sixth Circle
      • The government of the Narn Regime known as the Kha'Ri consists of eight levels called circles: First Circle = the Ruling Circle, Second Circle = the Advisory Circle, Third Circle = the Diplomatic Circle, Fourth Circle = the Military Circle / Fifth.
    • The Third Circle
      • The government of the Narn Regime known as the Kha'Ri consists of eight levels called circles: First Circle = the Ruling Circle, Second Circle = the Advisory Circle, Third Circle = the Diplomatic Circle, Fourth Circle = the Military Circle / Fifth.
  • Historical Events
    • the Third Age of Mankind
      • The show Babylon 5 starts ten years after the Earth-Minbari War, during the Third Age of Mankind. (Season 1 episode Midnight on the Firing Line)
  • Holidays
    • Chu'dag
      • When Earth Central orders Babylon 5 to host a week-long series of festivities demonstrating the dominant religious beliefs of the various races aboard, a pilgrim with a very large ceremonial dagger arrives to celebrate the sacred day of Chu'dag. (Season 1 episode The Parliament of Dreams)
    • The Holy Days of G'Quan
      • The final ceremony of the Narn religious holiday the Holy Days of G'Quan involves followers of G'Quan burning the flower G'Quan Eth as incense as first rays of sunlight pass over the G'Quan Mountain on the Narn Homeworld. (Season 1 episode By Any Means Necessary)
  • Laws and Statutes
    • Article 52
      • A Commander found working against the interests of Earth Force may be summarily removed from his post by a superior officer. (Season 1 episode Eyes)
    • Euphrates Treaty
      • The new Euphrates Treaty between the Centauri and the Narn involves claims on the Euphrates sector. (Season 1 episode Born to the Purple)
    • Rush Act
      • Zento invokes the Rush Act, officially declaring the situation on Babylon 5 an illegal strike. Sinclair is ordered to move in with his troops and end it now. No negotiations, no delay. (Season 1 episode By Any Means Necessary)
  • Menu Items
    • Antarean Flarn
      • Catherine shows up at Jeffrey Sinclair's quarters after spending 500 credits for a loaf of bread, a jug of wine and some Antarean Flarn. (Season 1 episode The Parliament of Dreams)
    • Jovian Tuber
      • According to Garibaldi, Zoon burgers, Jovian tubers and Traxian Ale is the specialty of the house at the Dugout. "Add ketchup and you'll swear you're back on Cestus." (Season 1 episode TKO)
    • Yokdri
      • Fried Tree Worm. Snack boxer Walker Smith eats at the Mutai fight. (Season 1 episode TKO)
    • Zoon Burger
      • According to Garibaldi, Zoon burgers, Jovian tubers and Traxian Ale is the specialty of the house at the Dugout. "Add ketchup and you'll swear you're back on Cestus." (Season 1 episode TKO)
  • Menu Items-Drinks
    • Jovian Sunspot
      • Mr. Abbut offers to buy Talia Winters a drink. (Season 1 episode Deathwalker)
  • Methods, Procedures and Techniques
    • Minbari Rebirth Ceremony
      • When Earth Central orders Babylon 5 to host a week-long series of festivities demonstrating the dominant religious beliefs of the various races aboard, Sinclair and the command staff attend a Centauri feast and a Minbari Rebirth Ceremony. (Season 1 episode The Parliament of Dreams)
    • Ti'la
      • Delenn's friend Shaal Mayan performs ti'la, poem songs that attempt to recall memories and prompt new ideas. (Season 1 episode The War Prayer)
  • Mountains
    • G'Quan Mountain
      • The final ceremony of the Narn religious holiday the Holy Days of G'Quan involves followers of G'Quan burning the flower G'Quan Eth as incense as first rays of sunlight pass over the G'Quan Mountain on the Narn Homeworld. (Season 1 episode By Any Means Necessary)
  • Natural Areas
    • Ibendi Desert
      • Archeologist Dr. Hendricks mentions standing in the Ibendi Desert, watching all seven moons go into eclipse. (Season 1 episode Infection)
  • Newspapers
    • Universe Today
      • Newspaper that Garibaldi reads. (Season 1 episode And the Sky full of Stars)
  • Outer Space
    • Deneb Sector
      • Sinclair's old flame Catherine Sakai has to make a survey run through the Deneb sector. (Season 1 episode The Parliament of Dreams)
    • Euphrates Sector
      • The new Euphrates Treaty between the Centauri and the Narn involves claims on the Euphrates sector. (Season 1 episode Born to the Purple)
      • Jeffrey Sinclair: When the greatest warrior and leader the Minbari ever had dies on a diplomatic tour, it's natural they'd want to honor him on his journey home.
        Michael Garibaldi: The way they're doing it - displaying his body to every Minbari from the Euphrates sector to their home planet - sounds like war drums to me.
        (Season 1 episode Legacies)
    • Grid Epsilon
      • Catherine Sakai came across another likely candidate for her employer while completing a planetary survey in grid Epsilon with high levels of platinum and derinium. (Season 1 episode The Parliament of Dreams)
    • Quadrant 37
      • The Centauri and Narns quarrel about a Narn outpost in Quadrant 37, adjacent to Centauri space. (Season 1 episode Chrysalis)
    • Tigris Sector
      • When Captain Sinclair disappears, Lt. Cmdr. Susan Ivanova mentions notifying their base in the Tigris Sector to tracks ships leaving Babylon 5. (Season 1 episode And the Sky full of Stars)
  • Planets
    • Abba IV
      • Delenn introduces Mila Shar, head of the agricultural delegation from Abba IV, to Commander Sinclair. (Season 1 episode The War Prayer)
    • Arturas 4
      • PA Announcement: Alliance transport Southern Passage in in its final boarding stages for departure to Arturas 4 at boarding area 1-Alpha. (Season 1 episode The Parliament of Dreams)
    • Balos
      • Captain Jeffrey Sinclair's father flew for Earthforce during the Dilgar Invasion, He was there when they re-took Balos. He never forgot what he saw. (Season 1 episode Deathwalker)
    • Beta 12
      • When Garibaldi reminds Londo that the Centauri haven't been completely honest with humans, Londo claims that when they first met, they thought Earth was Beta 9, when it was actually Beta 12. (Season 1 episode Midnight on the Firing Line)
    • Beta 9
      • When Garibaldi reminds Londo that the Centauri haven't been completely honest with humans, Londo claims that when they first met, they thought Earth was Beta 9, when it was actually Beta 12. (Season 1 episode Midnight on the Firing Line)
    • Centauri Prime
      • Centauri home world.
      • Aria Tensus and Air Cotto's cousin Kiron Maray arrive from Centauri Prime and are taken into custody immediately by Earthforce Security. (Season 1 episode The War Prayer)
    • Cestus
      • According to Garibaldi, Zoon burgers, Jovian tubers and Traxian Ale is the specialty of the house at the Dugout. "Add ketchup and you'll swear you're back on Cestus." (Season 1 episode TKO)
    • Cyrus 3
      • Colonel Ari Ben Zayn: I got this leading people into battle, Sinclair. In Israel, on New Jerusalem, Cyrus 3, and a hundred more. I saw more death than you could ever conceive of, but I won my battles and I deserve this command. I deserve it! (Season 1 episode Eyes)
    • Davo
      • Adira plans to leave the station on a transport headed for Davo.
    • Epsilon 3
      • Planet near Babylon 5 - Sinclair and team discover a whole new and potentially revolutionary technology. (Season 1 episode A Voice in the Wilderness Part 2)
    • Fralis 12
      • Londo Mollari [piloting shuttle]: Just like Fralis 12! (Season 1 episode A Voice in the Wilderness Part 2)
    • Hylak 7
      • Na'Toth: When the Dilgar conquered Hylak 7, my grandfather's family were there. Death Walker used them in her experiments. They all died, except for my grandfather, who managed to escape back to Narn, but not before she implanted a machine in his brain. It slowly killed his mind and spirit. And we could do nothing but watch. (Season 1 episode Deathwalker)
    • Ikarra 7
      • Archeologist Dr. Hendricks and his assistant arrive on the station from their archeological dig on the dead world of Ikarra 7, sponsored by Interplanetary Expeditions, where they found organic technology from an ancient alien race. (Season 1 episode Infection)
    • Latig Four
      • DeathWalker led the Dilgar Invasion, performing experiments on inhabitants of Latig Four, destroying entire population thru infection of Stafford's Plague. (Season 1 episode Deathwalker)
    • Minbari
      • Home of the Minbari people.
    • New Jerusalem
      • Colonel Ari Ben Zayn: I got this leading people into battle, Sinclair. In Israel, on New Jerusalem, Cyrus 3, and a hundred more. I saw more death than you could ever conceive of, but I won my battles and I deserve this command. I deserve it! (Season 1 episode Eyes)
    • Orion IV
      • Garibaldo asks boxer Walker Smith where he's been since Orion IV. (Season 1 episode TKO)
    • Placebo
      • Doctor Stephen Franklin gives the terminally ill alien child a container of industrial goo, telling him that it's a gloppit egg, a very rare creature from the planet Placebo. (Season 1 episode Believers)
    • Proxima III
      • Archeologist Dr. Hendricks claims they put the alien artifacts through quarantine at the transfer station off Proxima III. (Season 1 episode Infection)
    • Ragesh 3
      • Location of a Centauri agricultural colony attacked by the Narn. (Season 1 episode Midnight on the Firing Line)
      • Londo: During the Narn occupation of Ragesh 3, some important scientific material was lost. (Season 1 episode Survivors)
      • Londo mentions the Narn attack on Ragesh 3 to G'Kar - he's still hasn't forgiven or forgotten. (Season 1 episode By Any Means Necessary)
      • Garibaldi mentions the attack on Ragesh 3. (Season 1 episode Eyes)
    • Sigma-957
      • Class 4 world where a sensor picked up diridium, byproduct of Quantium-40. (Season 1 episode Mind War)
    • Syria Planum
      • Psi Corp's got a classified intelligence operation in Syria Planum. Garibaldi wants to use their com relay to communicate with an old friend. (Season 1 episode A Voice in the Wilderness Part 1)
    • Thailateen
      • The terminally ill alien child's family are from the planet Thailateen. (Season 1 episode Believers)
  • Poetry
    • In the Light of Two Moons
      • Poem by Delenn's friend Shaal Mayan. (Season 1 episode The War Prayer)
  • Professional Organizations
    • Assassin's Guild of the Thenta Makur
      • G'kar receives a message from a dying enemy stating that he will be killed by somebody close to him during the next two days. His new aide Na'Toth points out that if Du'Rog had been serious about killing him, he would have gone to the Assassin's Guild of the Thenta Makur, whose trademark is to leave a black flower near to one of their impending victims so they will know to get their affairs in order. (Season 1 episode The Parliament of Dreams)
  • Programs and Projects
    • the Babylon Project
      • The Babylon Project was a development of the Earth Alliance that began in 2248, shortly after the resolution of the Earth-Minbari War. The project's goal was to prevent future wars by providing Humans and aliens neutral territory to settle their differences peacefully. The first four Babylon stations ended in disaster during construction or shortly after coming online. The fifth attempt, Babylon 5, came online in 2256. The cost of bringing Babylon 5 into service was enormous, but the station met and far exceeded its initial goal over the next twenty-four years.
  • Restaurants-Other
    • The Dugout
      • Garibaldi meets boxer Walker Smith at the Dugout. (Season 1 episode TKO)
    • Earhart's
      • The officers' club on Babylon 5, named after Amelia Earhart.
    • Fresh Air
      • Babylon 5's most expensive, high class and only five star restaurant.
      • Londo takes Adira to dinner at Fresh Air. (Season 1 episode Born to the Purple)
      • Sinclair takes Catherine to dinner at Fresh Air. (Season 1 episode The Parliament of Dreams)
      • Recently engaged, Jeffrey and Catherine ask Michael and Susan to be best man and maid of honor while dining at Fresh Air. (Season 1 episode Chrysalis)
  • Schools-Other
    • Psi Corps Training Academy
      • Jason Ironheart was Talia's instructor at the Psi Corps Training Academy. (Season 1 episode Mind War)
  • Shopping Centers
    • Zócalo
      • The central marketplace on the station.
      • Adira tells Trakis that she'll meet him on the Zócalo, near the Galactic Boutique - but she doesn't show. (Season 1 episode Born to the Purple)
  • Space Stations
    • Babylon 1
      • The Babylon Project was a development of the Earth Alliance that began in 2248, shortly after the resolution of the Earth-Minbari War. The project's goal was to prevent future wars by providing Humans and aliens neutral territory to settle their differences peacefully. The first four Babylon stations ended in disaster during construction or shortly after coming online.
      • Jinxo explains his "curse." He worked on all five of the Babylon stations. On the first three, each was destroyed during a period when he had taken leave. He took no leave during the building of Babylon 4, but as he departed the completed station, it mysteriously vanished without a trace. Thus, he believes he is the cause for all the misfortunes. Gajic, however, points out that he is actually lucky, having escaped misfortune at each stage along the way. (Season 1 episode Grail)
    • Babylon 2
      • The Babylon Project was a development of the Earth Alliance that began in 2248, shortly after the resolution of the Earth-Minbari War. The project's goal was to prevent future wars by providing Humans and aliens neutral territory to settle their differences peacefully. The first four Babylon stations ended in disaster during construction or shortly after coming online.
      • Jinxo explains his "curse." He worked on all five of the Babylon stations. On the first three, each was destroyed during a period when he had taken leave. He took no leave during the building of Babylon 4, but as he departed the completed station, it mysteriously vanished without a trace. Thus, he believes he is the cause for all the misfortunes. Gajic, however, points out that he is actually lucky, having escaped misfortune at each stage along the way. (Season 1 episode Grail)
    • Babylon 3
      • The Babylon Project was a development of the Earth Alliance that began in 2248, shortly after the resolution of the Earth-Minbari War. The project's goal was to prevent future wars by providing Humans and aliens neutral territory to settle their differences peacefully. The first four Babylon stations ended in disaster during construction or shortly after coming online.
      • Jinxo explains his "curse." He worked on all five of the Babylon stations. On the first three, each was destroyed during a period when he had taken leave. He took no leave during the building of Babylon 4, but as he departed the completed station, it mysteriously vanished without a trace. Thus, he believes he is the cause for all the misfortunes. Gajic, however, points out that he is actually lucky, having escaped misfortune at each stage along the way. (Season 1 episode Grail)
    • Babylon 4
      • The Babylon Project was a development of the Earth Alliance that began in 2248, shortly after the resolution of the Earth-Minbari War. The project's goal was to prevent future wars by providing Humans and aliens neutral territory to settle their differences peacefully. The first four Babylon stations ended in disaster during construction or shortly after coming online.
      • Jinxo explains his "curse." He worked on all five of the Babylon stations. On the first three, each was destroyed during a period when he had taken leave. He took no leave during the building of Babylon 4, but as he departed the completed station, it mysteriously vanished without a trace. Thus, he believes he is the cause for all the misfortunes. Gajic, however, points out that he is actually lucky, having escaped misfortune at each stage along the way. (Season 1 episode Grail)
      • Sinclair and Garibaldi travel to Babylon 4, which has become stuck in time. (Season 1 episode Babylon Squared)
    • Babylon 5
      • Space station. The last of the Earth Alliance space stations built in the aftermath of several major inter-species wars as a neutral ground for galactic diplomacy and trade. (Season 1 episode Midnight on the Firing Line)
    • Phobos
      • Mars Command has confirmed that the attack on station Phobos is tied to a series of terrorist incidents directed against Earth Force. (Season 1 episode Eyes)
    • Vegan Outpost
      • Heavy cruiser Hyperion, commanded by Captain Ellis Pierce of the Earth Alliance, was in hyperspace, en route to the Vegan Outpost, when they received a countermand order from Earth Force Command. They were ordered to report to Babylon 5 and assume control on the authority of the Office of Planetary Security. (Season 1 episode A Voice in the Wilderness Part 2)
  • Sporting Events
    • Mutai
      • Dangerous fighting event with no rules. Boxer Walker Smith becomes the first human to fight in the Mutai, which means "Trial of Blood". (Season 1 episode TKO)
  • Sports Associations
    • SportCorp
      • Company boxer Walker Smith mentions - sorts promoter that framed him and ruined his career. (Season 1 episode TKO)
  • Strip Clubs
    • Dark Star
      • Londo takes Lennier to the Dark Star strip club to show him the heart and soul of Babylon 5, as well as its spleen, kidneys, a veritable parade of internal organs. (Season 1 episode The Quality of Mercy)
  • Substances
    • Derinium
      • Catherine Sakai came across another likely candidate for her employer while completing a planetary survey in grid Epsilon with high levels of platinum and derinium. (Season 1 episode The Parliament of Dreams)
    • Diridium
      • Sensors pick up diridium on the Class 4 world Sigma-957, a byproduct of Quantium-40. (Season 1 episode Mind War)
    • Quantium 40
      • Catherine meets with two associates to discuss a survey she had recently completed. They inform her that the last planet she surveyed had large quantities of Quantium 40, entitling her to a very large commission. (Season 1 episode The Parliament of Dreams)
      • Sensors pick up diridium on the Class 4 world Sigma-957, a byproduct of Quantium-40. (Season 1 episode Mind War)
  • Terrorist Groups
    • Home Guard
      • Pro-Earth terrorist group responsible for the attack on Shaal Mayan. (Season 1 episode The War Prayer)
      • Officer Welch finds Home Guard pamphlets in Nolan's quarters. (Season 1 episode Survivors)
  • Time Travel
    • The Great Machine
      • Massive underground machine found in the Epsilon Eridiani solar system.
  • Tours
    • Vernacchio Tours
      • Travel service advertised on B5. (Season 1 episode A Voice in the Wilderness Part 1)
  • Travel Services
    • Interplanetary Expeditions
      • Archeologist Dr. Hendricks and his assistant arrive on the station from their archeological dig on the dead world of Ikarra 7, sponsored by Interplanetary Expeditions, where they found organic technology from an ancient alien race. (Season 1 episode Infection)
  • TV Stations-News
    • ISN
      • Interstellar Network News. Earth Alliance news network broadcasting from Geneva on Earth.
      • Coverage of the election "Election Center" (Season 1 episode Midnight on the Firing Line)
      • Earth Force Public Relations sets up an interview for an ISN reporter with Sinclair, commemorating Babylon 5’s second anniversary. (Season 1 episode Infection)
      • Coverage of the presidential trip and recent changes to immigration laws. (Season 1 episode Survivors)
  • Vehicle Manufacturing Companies
    • Sinclair Aircraft
      • Sign in Jeffrey Sinclair's quarters. (Season 1 episode Chrysalis)
  • Vehicle Models - Space
    • Frazi-class Heavy Fighter
      • G'Kar requests a Frazi-class heavy fighter for a mission. (Season 1 episode Mind War)
    • Minbari War Cruiser
      • Minbari vessel that arrives at the station. Sinclair mentions not having seen one in a long time, not since the war. Still big and ugly, according to Garibaldi. (Season 1 episode Legacies)
    • Starfury
      • The station's fighters.
  • Vehicles-Space
    • Achilles
      • Ship attacked by raiders near the station. (Season 1 episode Signs and Portents)
    • Agamemnon
      • Earth Alliance starship under John Sheridan's command when he is send to Babylon 5. (Season 2 episode Points of Departure)
    • Asimov
      • Starliner that arrives at the station. (Season 1 episode Soul Hunter)
      • The station receives a distress call from the starliner Asimov that has experienced a fire in the command and control center. They've lost access to navigation and communication channels. Lt. Commander Susan Ivanova escorts them through Raider territory. (Season 1 episode Believers)
    • Autara
      • PA announcement: Transport Autara bound for Jupiter colonies, boarding at Docking Bay 18. (Season 1 episode Deathwalker)
    • Calisto
      • Computer terminal: Liner Calisto will be docking in Bay 12 in seven minutes. (Season 1 episode Deathwalker)
    • Carbo
      • Centauri liner that arrives at the station with two detainees - Aria Tensus and Air Cotto's cousin Kiron Maray. (Season 1 episode The War Prayer)
    • Copernicus
      • Susan Ivanova: Earthforce ship Omega, proceed to jump gate. Shuttle Copernicus, you're clear for docking, Bay 4. Tal'Quith, please hold. Earthforce ship continue to hold. Minbari ship, hold. (Season 1 episode By Any Means Necessary)
    • Earthforce One
      • Earth Alliance president Luis Santiago's starship Earthforce One explodes on New Year's Day 2259. (Season 1 episode Chrysalis)
    • Hyperion
      • Heavy cruiser Hyperion, commanded by Captain Ellis Pierce of the Earth Alliance, was in hyperspace, en route to the Vegan Outpost, when they received a countermand order from Earth Force Command. They were ordered to report to Babylon 5 and assume control on the authority of the Office of Planetary Security. (Season 1 episode A Voice in the Wilderness Part 2)
    • Marie Celeste
      • Ship that leaves the station. "Transport Marie Celeste will depart in 10 minutes." (Season 1 episode Grail)
    • Omega
      • Susan Ivanova: Earthforce ship Omega, proceed to jump gate. Shuttle Copernicus, you're clear for docking, Bay 4. Tal'Quith, please hold. Earthforce ship continue to hold. Minbari ship, hold. (Season 1 episode By Any Means Necessary)
    • Skydancer
      • Catherine Sakai's spaceship used for investigating planets for minerals. (Season 1 episode Mind War)
    • Southern Passage
      • PA Announcement: Alliance transport Southern Passage in in its final boarding stages for departure to Arturas 4 at boarding area 1-Alpha. (Season 1 episode The Parliament of Dreams)
    • Spinoza
      • PA Announcement: Earth transport Spinoza will depart in one hour from Dock 9. (Season 1 episode The Parliament of Dreams)
    • Tal-Quith
      • Narn freighter seriously damaged during an accident docking at the station. (Season 1 episode By Any Means Necessary)
    • Trigate
      • Renegade Minbari warship The Trigate is spotted within two jumps of Babylon 5. Captain John Sheridan of the Earth Alliance starship Agamemnon is sent to Babylon 5. (Season 2 episode Points of Departure)
    • Van Braun
      • Ship that arrives at the station: “Transport Van Braun, lock onto beacon Alpha 5.” (Season 1 episode Grail)
    • Vancori
      • Ship that arrives at the station. "Starliner Vancori now arriving in docking area Theta 5." (Season 1 episode Grail)
    • White Star
      • Boxer Walker Smith arrives at the station on the liner White Star. (Season 1 episode TKO)
      • Susan Ivanova's Rabbi uncle almost departs from the station on the Earth liner White Star, until Susan asks him to stay. (Season 1 episode TKO)
    • Wolfbane
      • Announcer: Earth Alliance transport Wolfbane, you may proceed to jump gate. (Season 1 episode The War Prayer)
  • Weapons
    • Morph Gas
      • A guy at the bar mentions pumping in morph gas to quell the Mars rebellion. (Season 1 episode A Voice in the Wilderness Part 2)
    • Pain Giver
      • Thin metallic device placed around a person's neck or wrists to control and torture prisoners.
      • After being told he's going to be assassinated in 48 hours, G'Kar awakens in a remote corner of the station with pain givers around his neck and wrists. (Season 1 episode The Parliament of Dreams)
  • Words, Phrases, Slang
    • Frag
      • Babylon 5 version of fuck.
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