Phoenix Rising -
The violent members of Byron's group really went full terrorist this episode. Using the dead body as a message was creepy. Garibaldi's confrontation with Bester was interesting. I figured Bester had done something to insure Garibaldi couldn't hurt him. His solution, comparing what he did to Asimov's three rules, was interesting. It was nice to learn more about Byron's backstory, and what specifically made him change his ways. I didn't know that Byron had it in him to kill one of his group members, regardless of what they did. The ending wasn't too surprising. While I didn't guess they'd blow themselves up, Byron seemed like a guy who would martyer himself. Its funny that, even though he died because of what was done in his name, people are still doing violence because of him (like the Psi corps HQ being blown up in his name). Overall, this was a good episode. It will be interesting to see what happens now that the telepath plot is mostly done with.