Unless you're a big fan of Babylon Five this won't mean anything at all. However, I know there are several posters here who have extensive knowledge of the series, not just in terms of the content but also in terms of its production. One point in particular has bugged me for some time in that niggling, unimportant way, and so now I'm finally going to bring it up for discussion here. It's the characters Na'kal and Na'Tok. Can anyone tell me: were they supposed to be the same guy? They're both played by the same actor and not only is there no good reason why they couldn't be the same character, there's actually a very good reason why they should have been. I know these shows often reuse actors for the heavy-makeup roles, and B5 is often confusing when it comes to actor/character relationships regarding the secondary aliens (apparently, the Brakiri ambassador in season 3 is the same guy as the familiar Brakiri ambassador in seasons 4-5 despire looking nothing like him, but the Brakiri ambassador in "Day of the Dead" is not that guy despite being played by the same guy who plays the usual ambassador. Or something). Basically, Na'Kal is the captain of the Narn cruiser G'Tok, who appears in the season two finale and then again in season three. In season five, the same actor shows up as a Narn general named Na'tok (Hmmm...Did they just confuse his name with that of his ship?). The thing is, as Na'Kal was the highest-ranking Narn military officer left after the Centauri disbanded/executed the Narn leadership, it makes perfect sense to me that he'd now be a general - that in the post-war climate he'd wind up highly placed in the new, rebuilt Narn military. There's also more weight to the character and a bit of a thematic arc (if it is the same guy) given Na'tok's general attitude in the episode he appears in. So does anyone know if it was intended to be the same guy, and they confused his name with his ship's or something?