And for that, I love it. We learn more about Marcus and see how he is a classic case of a "cheerful" yet world-weary disposition hiding great pain underneath; Lenier's "not romantic, but more noble" love for Delenn (a love that I have come to understand myself, so this means a lot to me); Sheridan's heart-warming confession of his more traditional love (which I feel has developed very naturally, although it's odd in that it does feel a little like it started with Sinclair); Ivanova facing that she loved who she thought Talia was (and thank you, nice natural no-fuss universal love being shown here, as it should be); the Doc admitting to his problem. Whilst rather a love theme seemed to be going on (not a bad thing), most/all characters seemed to get some nice development here.
I love character focused stories, and it continues on so well with the overall story too. I can't just keep throwing 10s around, so I'll call it a 9.5.