Dylan and the crew are put on trial by the Commonwealth. The Collectors now control the Commonwealth. The crew wants to escape, but Dylan wants to stick out the trial, to determine if he ...
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Dylan and the crew are put on trial by the Commonwealth. The Collectors now control the Commonwealth. The crew wants to escape, but Dylan wants to stick out the trial, to determine if he still has ANY allies in the Commonwealth he helped to rebuild.Written by
The comments about "truth is relative" was heavily explored in "Babylon 5". See more »
A smaller chunk of power is used to accelerate more hydrogen in a dozen magnetoplasma dynamic drives, which impart a thrust. A thrust of half a million Newtons or so. So, when you're pushing a kilogram with half a million Newtons of thrust, it's a good idea to keep one hand on your valuables, because you never know when you just might run straight into some two-faced lying jerk.
Take him away.
Boys, I'm not coming in with you, no matter what you try to say or do. I ride with Dylan to the end!
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This episode opens with Dylan being arrested and put on trial for treason against the Commonwealth he created! Leading the prosecution is Pish Tryan, a Collector who Dylan has crossed paths with before. Pish manages to requisition Rommie's files and proceeds to use recordings of previous events against Dylan. Meanwhile his friends back on Andromeda are planning to help him get out of this potentially dangerous situation. Ultimately though Dylan will discover who amongst the senior Commonwealth still supports him and who is happy to have The Collectors controlling the Commonwealth.
This isn't a bad episode but there is an over-reliance on clips from previous shows as part of the evidence against Dylan. Perhaps it is just nit-picking but since these are clips from episodes they don't look like realistic security recordings thanks to the way the camera moves. On the plus side this episode gives us an insight into how the Commonwealth has changed from the one Dylan was trying to recreate. It was also fun to see Ivar Brogger return as Pish Tryan. Overall not a great episode but it did set in motion things that should prove interesting later.
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