I can't recall a television series end with the great writing and acting I found in Babylon 5's final episodes. Parting is indeed a bittersweet sorrow; I doubt I have been more emotionally drained by the events chronicled in both episodes. In "Objects at Rest" President Sheridan (Bruce Boxleitner) and Delenn (Mira Furlon) bid farewell to Babylon 5, and head to Minbar's city of Tuzanor, the new headquarters of the Interstellar Alliance, aboard a Ranger White Star. En route, Lennier commits the act of betrayal prophesized by Mr. Morden (Eric Wasser) in the Season 5 episode "Day of the Dead". On Minbar, Sheridan and Delenn are greeted by Centauri emperor Mollari (Peter Jurasik), who speaks of his friendship, while leaving them with a deadly gift for their unborn child. In "Sleeping in Light", twenty years have passed since the end of the Shadow War and the formation of the Interstellar Alliance. Sheridan knows the end is near; he summons his surviving friends to visit him on Minbar for one last time. And so too is it the end for space station Babylon 5; fittingly enough, the station's lights are turned off by a technician played by series creator J. Michael Straczynski. "Sleeping in Light" is one of the finest affirmations of love and friendship I have seen on television; indeed, it is a splendid conclusion to the Babylon 5 saga.