Isn't this exciting
I like the way G'Kar and Londo's story was resolved here. Given what he's gone through, it's no surprise that G'Kar initially rejected the proposal and did not suddenly become friends, but it also makes sense that he once again put the good of everyone above his own pride. And indeed, these two are just an amazing pairing of characters.
Meanwhile the fight against Earth's forces goes a little better than expected, with Sheridan's great points about soldiers not being robots blindly following illegal orders, finally resonating. It only makes you wonder how it's taken so long.
Finally, Douche Mode Garibaldi moves out to take his side, and we're left wondering how on Earth (or rather, how on Mars) he has changed so much, and whether it's his true self..
I think this one is worth a 10. Great stuff.