Boxey: Dead. Where’s yours?
[hands Baltar some recon photos]
Admiral Helena Cain: You know this thing used to sit in our mess and eat our food, and listen to our stories. Didn’t you? You just sat there… listening to us, pretending to be our friend, didn’t you?
[Cain kicks Gina in the ribs]
President Laura Roslin: [sarcastically] A new body. Perhaps, one of those young Cylon models from the Resurrection Ship.
Commander William Adama: I can’t see you as a blonde.
President Laura Roslin: You’d be surprised.
Billy Keikeya: [in falsetto] Cuckoo…
Billy Keikeya: The president thought you might be valuable.
Petty Officer 2nd Dualla: The president doesn’t know who I am.
Billy Keikeya: I told her. Sorry.
Petty Officer 2nd Dualla: [sarcastically] On the other hand, it is nice to get out of the CIC. Break up the day, move around, meet new people.
Lt. Kara ‘Starbuck’ Thrace: So life’s a bitch. What do you want to do, cry about it?
Racetrack: No, I just want it to end, okay? The bad food, the endless rotations, pretending that a card game is the high point of our day.
Lt. Kara ‘Starbuck’ Thrace: It’s not going to last forever, all right? Earth is out there.
Racetrack: Right. We could all be chasing our tails over some half-assed planetarium show.
Lt. Kara ‘Starbuck’ Thrace: And you guys can all go to hell. I’m going to go find Helo.
Racetrack: Good idea… maybe that Cylon whore taught him a few tricks!
[Starbuck calmly turns around, walks over to Racetrack, then violently grabs Racetrack by the neck and slams her head into the card table]
Commander William Adama: That’s why you don’t win.
Aaron Doral: True, but parents have to die. It’s the only way children can come into their own.
[None of them move]
Lt. Kara ‘Starbuck’ Thrace: That means on your feet, nuggets!
Col. Saul Tigh: The difference is my flaws are personal. Yours are professional.
Commander William Adama: The Cylons never asked us what we wanted. Welcome to the big leagues.
Lt. Kara ‘Starbuck’ Thrace: Lee, if you want to ask me to dance, just ask.
Captain Lee ‘Apollo’ Adama: You want to dance?
Lt. Kara ‘Starbuck’ Thrace: Me in a dress is a once in a lifetime opportunity.
Captain Lee ‘Apollo’ Adama: I pulled the trigger. That’s mine.
Lt. Sharon ‘Boomer’ Valerii: Embrace?
Doctor Gaius Baltar: Life can be a curse, as well as a blessing. You will believe me when I say that there are far worse things than death in this world.
Lt. Sharon ‘Boomer’ Valerii: So what you’re saying is…
Doctor Gaius Baltar: No, no. What I’m saying means nothing. Listen to your heart. Do that which you truly believe to be right.
[he kisses her on the forehead and walks out of the room, while he’s walking down the hall he hears a gun fire]
Captain Lee ‘Apollo’ Adama: Boy, when you take a souvenir, you don’t screw around.
Chief Petty Officer Tyrol: Are you kidding me? This whole thing is a bunch of veins and ligaments and sacks of goo!
Crewman Specialist Cally: “… Squeeze the ligament with your hand, while you slide your weight on your left hip, into the lymphatic sack… ”
Chief Petty Officer Tyrol: Well, that’s just stupid!
Crewman Specialist Cally: [Col. Tigh arrives] Oh, afternoon sir.
Col. Saul Tigh: Specialist. Chief’s inside?
Crewman Specialist Cally: Yeah.
Col. Saul Tigh: Chief?
Chief Petty Officer Tyrol: Yes, sir?
Col. Saul Tigh: How’s it coming in there?
Chief Petty Officer Tyrol: Ah, I’m getting there, sir. Haven’t quite figured out all the tricks but I’m getting there.
Number Six: Are you alive?
Tom Zarek: Whatever the people want is fine by me.
Ellen Tigh: Everyone has an agenda. I know I do.
Tom Zarek: And what would that be?
Ellen Tigh: Same as yours, Tom. Me, myself, and… ooh. I.
Tom Zarek: You are… clearly a well-connected, well-informed woman.
Ellen Tigh: Wife of the XO, for whatever that’s worth.
Tom Zarek: Ah. Quite a bit. Now, and in the future.
Ellen Tigh: That’s what I’m interested in, Tom. It’s my place, and my… husband’s place in the future.
Tom Zarek: Okay. I’m looking for a friend of mine. His name is Valence.
[scene immediately cuts to Valence dead in his cell in the brig with his wrists cut]
Crewman Specialist Socinus: [wheezing] What’s going on Chief?
Chief Petty Officer Tyrol: Oh, you know… listening to the birds. I uh… I got a little something for the pain…
[injects Socinus with the morphine overdose]
Chief Petty Officer Tyrol: Good news, buddy. They got a rescue party here. Raptor’s just landed. We’re going to put you on it and take you back to Galactica, okay?
Crewman Specialist Socinus: We’re going home?
Chief Petty Officer Tyrol: Yeah. Going home.
[tears well up in his eyes]
Chief Petty Officer Tyrol: [Socinus dies]
Captain Lee ‘Apollo’ Adama: Yeah, you’re right about that part, I am not fit to wear the uniform.
Captain Lee ‘Apollo’ Adama: And maybe I never was. Then again neither are you.
[turns to Tigh]
Captain Lee ‘Apollo’ Adama: But this isn’t my ship, it sure as hell isn’t yours. It’s his, and when he wakes up, he’ll decide what to do with the both of us.
[leaves sickbay to return to his cell]
Samuel T. Anders: [playfully] Lighten up a little bit. It’s only the end of the world.
Commander William Adama: [Cain has not given Tyrol and Helo the courts martial that she promised she would, and has sentenced them to death. Adama argues over the radio] You told me they’d get a fair trial. What kind of trial could they have possibly had?
Admiral Helena Cain: I assure you I heard them out. I weighed their statements against those of the guards and I took into consideration their service records and commendations. It was a difficult decision Commander, but I dare say it was a fair one.
Commander William Adama: They have the right to have their case heard by a jury!
Admiral Helena Cain: I am a flag officer on detached service during a time of war. Regulations give me broad authority in this matter.
Commander William Adama: [to Tigh] Launch the fighters.
Commander William Adama: You can quote me whatever regulation you’d like. I’m not going to let you execute my men!
Admiral Helena Cain: I highly suggest you reconsider that statement, Commander.
Colonel Jack Fisk: Admiral, Galactica is launching Vipers and a Raptor.
Admiral Helena Cain: Commander, why are you launching Vipers?
Commander William Adama: Please arrange for Chief Tyrol and Lieutenant Agathon to be handed over to my marines as soon as they arrive.
Admiral Helena Cain: I don’t take orders from you!
Commander William Adama: Call it whatever you like. I’m getting my men.
Admiral Helena Cain: You are making *such* a mistake!
Commander William Adama: I’m getting my men!
Admiral Helena Cain: Action stations.
Colonel Jack Fisk: Admiral, this will spiral out of control fast.
Admiral Helena Cain: Launch the alert vipers. Adama has taken us over the line. He’s left me with no choice. Launch the alert vipers.
Crewman Specialist Cally: He’s lucky that’s the only thing I bit off.
Chief Petty Officer Tyrol: [proudly] That’s my girl!
Chief Petty Officer Tyrol: Well, your new boyfriend’s a bit of a jerk, sir.
Lt. Kara ‘Starbuck’ Thrace: It’s a girl.
Chief Petty Officer Tyrol: Well, if you don’t mind her goo all over your face, you’re welcome to her, sir.
[many members of the audience applaud but some do not. Adama walks to the crowd and begins to clap in rhythm. The crowd slowly catches on and eventually the entire Hanger Deck is applauding in rhythm as a sign of respect for the reinstated president]
Captain Lee ‘Apollo’ Adama: No, you don’t owe me anything ’cause I’m just a C.A.G., and you’re just a pilot!
Lt. Kara ‘Starbuck’ Thrace: Right.
Captain Lee ‘Apollo’ Adama: Pilot who can’t keep her pants on.
Lt. Kara ‘Starbuck’ Thrace: Right.
Captain Lee ‘Apollo’ Adama: Oh, it is just like old times, Kara. Like when you got drunk and you couldn’t keep your hands off that major from wherever…
[Starbuck punches Apollo, and Apollo instantly punches her right back]
Number Six, President Laura Roslin: [simultaneously, in stereo] Plaything?
Doctor Gaius Baltar: I don’t work for you and uh, quite frankly, I don’t have to sit any more and take this kind of abuse from either of you!… Er,
[points at Billy]
Doctor Gaius Baltar: *you* either… either in *here*, either in there, wherever it is…
Number Six: You’re not my type.
Number Six: Gaius Baltar is a brilliant, gifted human being. In the time I’ve known him, he’s made a sport out of mendacity and deception. He is narcissistic, feckless, self-centered, and vain. I’m the one who should have stabbed him.
President Laura Roslin: Things are looking up.
Ellen Tigh: No.
Brother Cavil: No? Well, I have. I saw a star explode and send out the building blocks of the Universe. Other stars, other planets and eventually other life. A supernova! Creation itself! I was there. I wanted to see it and be part of the moment. And you know how I perceived one of the most glorious events in the universe? With these ridiculous gelatinous orbs in my skull! With eyes designed to perceive only a tiny fraction of the EM spectrum. With ears designed only to hear vibrations in the air.
Ellen Tigh: The five of us designed you to be as human as possible.
Brother Cavil: I don’t want to be human! I want to see gamma rays! I want to hear X-rays! And I want to – I want to smell dark matter! Do you see the absurdity of what I am? I can’t even express these things properly because I have to – I have to conceptualize complex ideas in this stupid limiting spoken language! But I know I want to reach out with something other than these prehensile paws! And feel the wind of a supernova flowing over me! I’m a machine! And I can know much more! I can experience so much more. But I’m trapped in this absurd body! And why? Because my five creators thought that God wanted it that way!
Battlestar Galactica OverviewSet in a distant solar system 40 years after the end of what’s known as the Cylon War. This war began when humanity, who live in a group of habitable planets called the Twelve Colonies, created machines to make life easier for them: the Cylons. Programmed to be sentient, they were employed to do things from labour to fighting wars. However, the Cylons eventually grew to hate their masters, revolting, thus beginning the Cylon War. The conflict ended when the Cylons agreed to leave the Colonies to make a home on another planet.
Battlestar Galactica Season 1 (2003-2005)
1×00 Miniseries First Aired: Dec. 08, 2003
The Colonials maintain an Armistice Station as a place where Cylon and Colonial representatives can meet in order to maintain diplomatic relations. However, the Cylons have never sent an ambassador. No one has seen a Cylon since the end of the Cylon War, over 40 years ago.
|Battlestar Galactica: The Lowdown First Aired: Nov. 26, 2003
Battlestar Galactica: The Lowdown was a special documentary/promotional program that discussed the origins of the Battlestar Galactica Miniseries that aired on the Sci Fi Channel on November 26, 2003.
|Battlestar Galactica: The Series Lowdown First Aired: Jan. 14, 2005
Battlestar Galactica: The Series Lowdown was a special television program aired on the Sci Fi Channel before the season 1 premiere of the Re-imagined Series. Fan mail was answered by the cast, who gave various interviews. The mini-series was summarized for the benefit of potential new viewers, and a sneak preview of season 1 was presented.
|1×01 33 First Aired: Jan. 14, 2005
The fleet’s exodus has not been clean and easy. After every jump, the Cylons appear exactly 33 minutes later to send them on the run again. Working with little to no sleep, everyone is being pushed to their limit.Baltar himself is put into stress when someone from the Olympic Carrier claims to have evidence he fears could link him to the Cylons’ successful attack on the Twelve Colonies.
|1×02 Water First Aired: Jan. 14, 2005
An act of sabotage leaves Galactica with a 60% loss of its water reserve. The belief that it is an act of a Cylon agent is high among those in the know. Even worse is that Boomer suspects herself to be the saboteur.
|1×03 Bastille Day First Aired: Jan. 28, 2005
With water now found on a nearby moon in the form of ice, a labour source must be used to mine it. The answer is to use the prisoners aboard the Astral Queen. However, convicted terrorist Tom Zarek acts as their leader and organises a revolt, taking hostages with the demand of President Roslin’s resignation.
|1×04 Act of Contrition (Part 1) First Aired: Jan. 28, 2005
When an accident kills several Viper pilots, Adama puts Kara in charge of training more pilots. But the entire process is troubling for her as she is haunted by memories of Zak.
|1×05 You Can’t Go Home Again (Part 2) First Aired: Feb. 04, 2005
After an attack by Cylon Raiders during a training mission, Kara crashes on the surface of a moon. Convinced that she is still alive, the Adamas are determined, even at the risk of the fleet, to find and rescue Starbuck.
|1×06 Litmus First Aired: Feb. 11, 2005
When a copy of a known Cylon agent boards Galactica and carries out a suicide bombing, the knowledge of the Cylons’ new human appearance is shed to the fleet.With the ship’s munitions used in the attack, Commander Adama initiates a tribunal to investage the security lapse.
|1×07 Six Degrees of Separation First Aired: Feb. 18, 2005
When the Number Six haunting his head suddenly disappears, Baltar finds himself facing a flesh-and-blood copy calling herself “Shelly Godfrey” who accuses him of collaborating with the Cylons. With evidence at hand, Baltar is madly driven to relieve himself of the charge of treason.
|1×08 Flesh and Bone First Aired: Feb. 25, 2005
When a Cylon agent is found aboard a ship in the fleet, Adama, by Roslin’s request, sends Kara to interrogate the one called Leoben Conoy. Though she approaches impentrable to his tactics, the Cylon engages her in a discussion of his specific dogma, including how special he believes Kara to be.
|1×09 Tigh Me Up, Tigh Me Down First Aired: Mar. 04, 2005
With Baltar’s Cylon detector now operational, Roslin wants Adama to be the one to go first. Adama himself has been acting odd lately, due to his discovery of Tigh’s wife, Ellen. The tackling of suspicion between the President, Commander, Colonel and his wife puts Baltar in the middle with the painstaking chore of the screening process.
|1×10 The Hand of God First Aired: Mar. 11, 2005
With fuel running low, and the fleet’s only supply occupied by Cylons, Adama plans a dangerous attack in order to obtain the tylium that could last them years. Unbeknownst to those plotting and fighting the battle, divine hands maybe orchestrating things via Roslin and Baltar.
|1×11 Colonial Day First Aired: Mar. 18, 2005
President Roslin uses the arrival of Colonial Day to form a new Quorum of Twelve. But soon Sagittaron’s elected delegate Tom Zarek proposes that a vice president be chosen, his popularity quickly earning him a nomination. Not wanting to play into whatever Zarek maybe plotting, Roslin is adamant to choose her own candidate.
|1×12 Kobol’s Last Gleaming (Part 1) First Aired: Mar. 25, 2005
A habitable planet is found during a scouting mission. This world turns out to be Kobol, the legendary home of the gods, and its discovery gives Roslin certainty that she is following an ancient prophesy, a belief that threatens to create dividing lines.
|1×13 Kobol’s Last Gleaming (Part 2) First Aired: Apr. 01, 2005
By Roslin’s request, Kara has jumped to Caprica to retrieve the Arrow of Apollo where she encounters a familar face and a startling revelation.Following Kara’s defiance of his orders, Adama has more betrayals waiting for him – one coming from the most unexpected person.
Battlestar Galactica Season 2 (2005-2006)
|2×01 Scattered First Aired: Jul. 15, 2005
With Adama critically wounded, Colonel Tigh is now in a position he never wanted to be in: commander of Galactica. To make matters worse, an error in jump calculations seperates the ship from the rest of the fleet.Meanwhile, as Starbuck faces Sharon’s Cylon identity and her relationship with Helo on Caprica, the crew of the downed Raptor try to stay alive on Kobol.
|2×02 Valley of Darkness First Aired: Jul. 22, 2005
The success of reuniting with the fleet is short-lived as Galactica has been boarded by a party of Cylon Centurions, while Baltar’s visions on Kobol are becoming more disturbing.
|2×03 Fragged First Aired: Jul. 29, 2005
Tigh feels further stress in his position when he must confront the Quorum of Twelve over Adama’s decision to imprison President Roslin.On Kobol, the survivors struggle to ensure rescue when they find the Cylons building an anti-aircraft battery.
|2×04 Resistance First Aired: Aug. 05, 2005
As Tyrol is jailed for suspicion of being a Cylon, Tigh’s declaration of martial law is causing unrest in the fleet, prompting Lee to help plot Roslin’s escape.Elsewhere on Caprica, Helo and Starbuck meet a group of resistance fighters led by pyramid players.
|2×05 The Farm First Aired: Aug. 12, 2005
When Kara is wounded, she wakes up in a hospital where she discovers an unsettling part of the Cylons’ plans.Now up and about, Adama faces to pick up many of the pieces left scattered since his absence. Among those is the increased divison of the fleet due to their loyalty to Roslin.
|2×06 Home (Part 1) First Aired: Aug. 19, 2005
Adama tries to carry on commanding the remains of the fleet, even with the loss of material and people. With the Arrow of Apollo in their possession, Roslin and others set foot on Kobol to embark in the quest for the tomb of Athena.
|2×07 Home (Part 2) First Aired:Aug. 26, 2005
Roslin and the others are still plagued by the dangers surrounding them on Kobol. This is especially troubling with the Cylon Sharon as their guide. When Adama joins in his goal to reunite the fleet, the mistrust of her is doubled, as is the danger.Baltar, meanwhile, has doubts that the Number Six he sees is just a chip in his head.
|2×08 Final Cut First Aired: Sep. 09, 2005
The actions of Tigh’s temporary command has resulted in much negative perception of the military. In order to alleviate this contempt, reporter D’anna Biers is allowed full access to Galactica and its people to allow the fleet to see the human face of those who protect it.
|2×09 Flight of the Phoenix First Aired: Sep. 16, 2005
Morale among the crew is beginning to wear thin. Their only rallying point of hope is the building of a fighter from scratch initiated by Chief Tyrol, a project he uses to help himself cope with the abruptly ended relationship with Sharon. Meanwhile the current Sharon being held on Galactica is the target of much of the crew’s resentment, though she maybe their only hope when a virus threatens to usher in a Cylon attack.
|2×10 Pegasus First Aired: Sep. 23, 2005
Everyone on Galactica is excited when they find another lost survivor of the Cylon attacks: the battlestar Pegasus. Soon, however, things begin to sour when the crew finds itself under the rule of Helena Cain, an admiral who is more stern than Adama.
|2×11 Resurrection Ship (Part 1) First Aired: Jan. 06, 2006
When Kara returns from an unauthorised recon mission, Adama and Cain decide to put their conflict on hold long enough to destroy a valuable Cylon asset.
|2×12 Resurrection Ship (Part 2) First Aired: Jan. 13, 2006
As the two battlestars prepare to destroy the Cylons’ resurrection ship, Adama and Cain ready their people to carry out their orders while Baltar comforts the Pegasus’ Cylon prisoner.
|2×13 Epiphanies First Aired: Jan. 20, 2006
Roslin’s cancer pushes her to her final hours, as she looks back at her relationship with President Adar, and particularly a significant day on Caprica.During this time, a group of Cylon sympathisers threaten the safety of the fleet.
|2×14 Black Market First Aired: Jan. 27, 2006
When Pegasus commander Jack Fisk is found murdered, Admiral Adama assigns Lee to investigate. Haunted by his near-death experience and memories of a lost lover, Lee uncovers a large black market organisation.
|2×15 Scar First Aired: Feb. 03, 2006
Galactica sends Vipers to protect mining units on an asteroid from Cylon Raiders. But one in particular, filled with rage and unwilling to die a permanant death, gives the pilots the most trouble. Questioning what she herself has to live for, Starbuck enters a competition with Kat to gun it down for good.
|2×16 Sacrifice First Aired: Feb. 10, 2006
Adama’s reliance on Sharon for information is put to the test when a widow and three assistants take hostages on Cloud 9. With rumblings of a Cylon alive on Galactica stirring in the fleet, their demand is the Cylon they believe to be working towards their destruction.
|2×17 The Captain’s Hand First Aired: Feb. 17, 2006
Lee and Kara butt heads with the new commander of Pegasus after a Raptor team goes missing. He is determined to rescue his men, but he may very well be heading his ship into a trap.Meanwhile, a young girl’s desire for an abortion is a political issue that weighs heavier on Roslin as a moral dilemma.
|2×18 Downloaded First Aired: Feb. 24, 2006
The consciousness of two Cylon models have been downloaded into new bodies and made celebrities for their success: the Number Six who seduced Baltar before the attack on the Colonies and the sleeper agent from Galactica known as Boomer. However, neither are accepting of their status.Elsewhere in the Colonial fleet, a decision must be made over what to do with Sharon’s baby for fear of what the hybrid child might mean to the Cylons.
|2×19 Lay Down Your Burdens (Part 1) First Aired: Mar. 03, 2006
While on a major rescue mission to Caprica, an accident leads to the discovery of a habitable planet. And since it is also clouded from Cylon detection, Baltar uses the hope of settling the fleet on its surface as a major platform to help boost his campaign against Roslin.
|2×20 Lay Down Your Burdens (Part 2) First Aired: Mar. 10, 2006
As the fleet vote for their new leader, a shift in the Cylons’ own leadership offers humanity a reprieve. However, Roslin is certain that Baltar’s presidency will bring with it only disaster, and is prepared to do whatever it takes to prevent it.
Battlestar Galactica Season 3 (2006-2007)
|Battlestar Galactica: The Story So Far First Aired: Aug. 16, 2006
Battlestar Galactica: The Story So Far is a special program aired on the Sci Fi Channel that summarizes the first two seasons of the Re-imagined Series.
|Webisode: The Resistance First Aired: Sep. 05, 2006
Battlestar Galactica: The Resistance is an online series that aims to fill in the gaps between seasons two and three of the Re-imagined Series. In particular the webisodes chronicle Duck’s and Jammer’s motivations to become suicide bomber and collaborator respectively.
Webisodes aired from September 5 to October 5, 2006.
|3×01 Occupation (Part 1) First Aired: Oct. 06, 2006
With four months under Cylon occupation, a resistance group has gathered support on New Caprica in the hope of Adama executing a rescue mission. However, the most effective method of striking at their occupiers may mean crossing an unspeakable line, not just for the Cylons, but for their own people.
|3×02 Precipice (Part 2) First Aired: Oct. 06, 2006
While the Cylons begin a crackdown in an effort to help squash the insurgence, Adama continues with a plan to rescue the people of New Caprica by sending in Sharon as a liaison to the resistance.
|3×03 Exodus (Part 1) First Aired: Oct. 13, 2006
Tyrol receives disturbing news from a secret source within Baltar’s administration while Colonial detainees face a Cylon firing squad on New Caprica.
|3×04 Exodus (Part 2) First Aired: Oct. 20, 2006
Lee wrestles with his order to protect the civilian fleet as Adama launches his rescue mission. Meanwhile, on New Caprica, Col. Tigh confronts Ellen’s betrayal.
|3×05 Collaborators First Aired: Oct. 27, 2006
The Circle, a secret tribunal on Galactica, decides the fate of Jammer and other Colonials who aided the Cylons during the occupation of New Caprica.
|3×06 Torn (Part 1) First Aired: Nov. 03, 2006
Starbuck and Tigh create divisions between those who suffered under the Cylon occupation of New Caprica and those who stayed with the fleet. Also: Baltar tries to prove his worth to the Cylons.
|3×07 A Measure of Salvation (Part 2) First Aired: Nov. 10, 2006
The crew of Galactica discover a deadly virus that could potentially wipe out the entire Cylon race. The only question remains, is it ethical to use it?
|3×08 Hero First Aired: Nov. 17, 2006
A man is discovered by the fleet after being inprisoned by the Cylons since before their attack on the Colonies. Unfortunately, his return brings with it a dark secret from Adama’s past.
|3×09 Unfinished Business First Aired: Dec. 01, 2006
A boxing arena set up to relieve tension among the crew stirs up memories of personal events on New Caprica before the Cylon occupation.
|3×10 The Passage First Aired: Dec. 08, 2006
A food shortage leaves the fleet with no option but a dangerous passage through a radiation field to a planet they hope to harvest. A light shown on Kat’s past puts her in a decision over her future.Meanwhile, Baltar tries to find out what Number Three has been up to with her recent repeat downloading.
|3×11 The Eye of Jupiter (Part 1) First Aired: Dec. 15, 2006
While on the algea planet, The Temple of Five is discovered, which could provide a path towards Earth. Their attempt to unlock its secret is interrupted by the arrival of the Cylons. When their lives are bartered for the sake of giving up the temple, Adama must decide whether the loss of it and the ground team, including his son, are worth sacrificing to ensure that the Cylons don’t find Earth.
|3×12 Rapture (Part 2) First Aired: Jan. 21, 2007
Led by Three’s obsession, the Cylons close in on the temple with Lee and Anders trying to buy Tyrol time to find the Eye of Jupiter. Meanwhile, Sharon attempts to find her baby as Dualla rescues Kara on her husband’s orders.
|3×13 Taking a Break from All Your Worries First Aired: Jan. 28, 2007
Imprisoned aboard Galactica, Baltar wrestles with the thoughts of whether he is truly human. Coupled with this is the methods of interrogation he is put through so that Roslin and Adama can know what the Cylons know about the Eye of Jupiter.Meanwhile, Sam and Dee let their respective partners decide the future of their marriages.
|3×14 The Woman King First Aired: Feb. 11, 2007
An easily treatable illness strikes refugees on Galactica, especially among Sagittarons who refuse medical treatment on grounds of tradition. Helo, assigned to oversee the civilians, believes the Sagittarons’ claims that a doctor is killing them when many wind up dying shortly after his treatment.
|3×15 A Day in the Life First Aired: Feb. 18, 2007
On their anniversay, Adama is reminded of his first wife, Carolanne, who he seemingly lets haunt him throughout the day.Meanwhile, Tyrol and Cally, who have been having their own marital problems, become trapped in an airlock with oxygen leaking into space.
|3×16 Dirty Hands First Aired: Feb. 25, 2007
As the process of refining the fleet’s tyluim becomes difficult, the pressure is put on the workers to keep maintenance, while they in turn simply want better working conditions. A book written by Baltar and smuggled out into the fleet helps to tighten this tension in the “knuckle draggers” who feel they are being treated like a lower class.
|3×17 Maelstrom First Aired: Mar. 04, 2007
After dreaming of Leoben and the mandala she painted as a child, Kara’s fitness for flight is questioned when she encounters a Cylon Raider no one else sees. It is then that the issue of her destiny as spoken of by Leoben comes into the foreground.
|3×18 The Son Also Rises First Aired: Mar. 11, 2007
Still dealing with Kara’s death, Lee is appointed to protect Baltar’s new lawyer, Romo Lampkin, after his predecessor is assassinated by unidentified suspects. Inspired by Lee’s grandfather, Lampkin himself may help inspire the younger Adama to carve his own path.
|3×19 Crossroads (Part 1) First Aired: Mar. 18, 2007
The trial of Gaius Baltar begins, bringing startling revelations to light, and piting a father and son on opposing sides.In the meantime, Galactica tries to find out if the fleet is still being tailed by the Cylons.
|3×20 Crossroads (Part 2) First Aired: Mar. 25, 2007
A testimony from an unexpected witness helps closes out Baltar’s trial to a verdict.Meanwhile, the music that Tigh, Tory, Galen, and Anders hear grows louder, causing them to face an unsettling possibility.
Battlestar Galactica Season 4 (2007-2009)
|Webisode: Razor Flashbacks First Aired: Oct. 05, 2007
The Battlestar Galactica: Razor Flashbacks are an online series that provides the story of a young William Adama’s (Nico Cortez) discovery of a Cylon experiment during his time in the first Cylon War.
Webisode aired from October 5 to November 16, 2007.
|TV Movie: Razor First Aired: Nov. 24, 2007
Battlestar Galactica: Razor tells the story of the first mission of Lee ‘Apollo’ Adama (Jamie Bamber) as commander of the battlestar Pegasus. Flashbacks interleaved with the main story show what happened to Pegasus during and after the Cylon attack on the Twelve Colonies, as well as some events at the end of the First Cylon War. The main story and most of the flashbacks focus on Lt. Kendra Shaw (Stephanie Jacobsen), who joins Pegasus as aide to Adm. Helena Cain (Michelle Forbes) just before the Cylons strike.
| Battlestar Galactica: Revealed First Aired: Mar. 28, 2008
The special summarizes the previous 3 seasons stories and character relationships for uninitiated viewers, hosted by producers David Eick and Ron Moore.
|Battlestar Galactica: The Phenomenon First Aired: Mar. 28, 2008
Battlestar Galactica: The Phenomenon is a half-hour special on the Re-imagined Series originally aired on March 28, 2008 back-to-back with Battlestar Galactica. The special includes interviews with celebrities about Battlestar Galactica’s impact on pop culture.
|4×02 He That Believeth In Me (Part 1) First Aired: Apr. 04, 2008
Kara Thrace returns in a brand-new Viper to aide Galactica against a Cylon assault on a defenseless fleet, though her claim of finding Earth and who she is are held in doubt. As the awakened four of the Final Five struggle to figure who they are and what they are capable of doing, Baltar finds shelter among a commune who look to him for spiritual guidance.
|4×03 Six of One (Part 2) First Aired: Apr. 11, 2008
Kara is prepared to turn friends into enemies in her feverish desire to guide the fleet on the right path towards Earth.The Cylons find themselves fracturing over the issue of what to do with the Raiders when they learn that the Final Five are in the fleet.
|4×04 The Ties That Bind First Aired: Apr. 18, 2008
Cally’s world is turned upside down when she suspects her husband is cheating on her. Meanwhile, Lee begins his career in politics, Kara leads a skeptical crew, and lines are finely drawn in the Cylon internal unrest.
|4×05 Escape Velocity First Aired: Apr. 25, 2008
Tyrol crumbles in the wake of Cally’s death while Tigh finds himself drawn to Caprica-Six in a parellel to his own deceased wife. Baltar takes a stand for the religious freedoms of he and his followers.
|4×06 The Road Less Traveled (Part 1) First Aired: May. 02, 2008
The crew of the Demetrius begin drawing lines when Kara trusts a Cylon who offers the means of helping them find Earth. As Baltar’s word begins spreading, he seeks to make peace with Tyrol.
|4×07 Faith (Part 2) First Aired: May. 09, 2008
The Demetrius allows a window for Kara to take a Raptor and a small party to the basestar to hear the Hybrid. Roslin befriends another cancer patient, terminally ill, who finds comfort in Baltar’s message.
|4×08 Guess What’s Coming to Dinner? First Aired: May. 16, 2008
Galactica agrees to help the rebel Cylons unbox the Number Three models so as to reveal the identity of the Final Five while they, in turn, will be allowed to destroy the Cylon resurrection hub. However, alternate plans are secretly plotted as distrust still lurks within both sides.
|4×09 Sine Qua Non First Aired: May. 30, 2008
With the President and a number of the fleet’s pilots taken when the rebel basestar jumped away, Adama begins desperate but wreckless search efforts. At the same time, when it’s obvious that the Admiral will not accept Zarek’s assumed presidency in Roslin’s absence, Lee seeks help from fallen lawyer Romo Lampkin to select someone else for the position.
|4×10 The Hub First Aired: Jun. 06, 2008
As the rebel basestar jumps to the resurrection hub, the pilots onboard put their trust in the Cylons to help destroy their target while Roslin is faced with visions that could lead she and humanity to spiritual salvation.
|4×11 Revelations First Aired: Jun. 13, 2008
When the rebel Cylons hold the colonials on their basestar hostage in exchange for the Final Five within the fleet, the secret four are confronted with the fear of revealing themselves in exchange for the good of the human race.
|Battlestar Galactica: The Top 10 Things You Need to Know First Aired: Jan. 11, 2009
Sci Fi Channel aired this special program as a lead-in to the start of the final episodes of the Re-imagined Series. Ron D. Moore and David Eick appear in this special program as they summarized ten items to know about the Re-imagined Series before watching the final episodes of season 4. The team elaborated on each of the ten points with the aid of clips from the series.
|4×12 Sometimes a Great Notion First Aired: Jan. 16, 2009
In the aftermath of humanity’s gravest discovery, Kara Thrace is left to contemplate the full extent of the Hybrid’s grave prophecies.
|4×13 A Disquiet Follows My Soul First Aired: Jan. 23, 2009
Laura Roslin begins to lose faith in the Pythian prophecy and her role as the dying leader. Tom Zarek intends to weaken the Human-Cylon alliance. Galen Tyrol is told that he is not the father of Cally’s son.
|4×14 The Oath (Part 1) First Aired: Jan. 30, 2009
Gaeta and Zarek start an uprising in the fleet, leaving the commanders of Galactica with a crucial choice.
|4×15 Blood on the Scales (Part 2) First Aired: Feb. 06, 2009
President Roslin faces off against Tom Zarek and Lt. Gaeta as they try to take control of the Colonial fleet. The alliance with the rebel Cylons as well as Adama’s life are both at stake.
|4×16 No Exit First Aired: Feb. 13, 2009
As Sam Anders recovers from surgery to dislodge the bullet in his brain, his memories of the Final Five Cylons re-emerge. Ellen Tigh resurrects aboard a Basestar, and reveals the part she played on Earth. With the Galactica losing structural integrity, Adama asks the newly reinstated Chief to fix the ship.
|4×17 Deadlock First Aired: Feb. 20, 2009
The Galactica undergoes repairs using a Cylon substance that can help maintain the structural integrity. With Boomer’s help, Ellen Tigh escapes Cavil’s ship and reunites with the fleet completing the gathering of the Final Five. Caprica Six miscarries Tigh’s child ending the hope that Cylons can reproduce with their own kind.
|4×18 Someone to Watch Over Me First Aired: Feb. 27, 2009
Starbuck encounters a mysterious piano player in Joe’s Bar and helps him work on a his latest song. Realizing the musical notes match a series of dots drawn by Hera, Starbuck finishes the song which Col. Tigh and Tory Foster recognize as the music they heard when they learned they were Cylons. Tyrol unwittingly helps Boomer who poses as Athena and kidnaps Hera taking her to Cavil.
|4×19 Islanded in a Stream of Stars First Aired: Mar. 06, 2009
Boomer’s Raptor escape damages Galactica when she jumps too close to the hull. Admiral Adama makes the crucial decision to abandon ship and puts Lee in charge offloading equipment to the rest of the fleet. As Starbuck searches for the meaning behind the “Cylon song”, Baltar tries to expose her return from the dead as proof of life after death.
|4×20 Daybreak (Part 1) First Aired: Mar. 13, 2009
A series of pre-Cylon attack flashbacks delve into past situations of Caprica Six’s involvement in caring for Baltar’s elderly father, Roslin’s sudden loss of her family in an accident, and Lee Adama’s passionate feelings for Starbuck who is dating his brother Zak. In the present, Anders reveals the location of Cavil’s base and Adama decides to take Galactica on one final mission to rescue Hera.
|Battlestar Galactica: The Last Frakkin’ Special First Aired: Mar 16, 2009
Battlestar Galactica: The Last Frakkin’ Special is the last special for the series before the grand finale.
|4×21 Daybreak (Part 2) First Aired: Mar. 20, 2009
Admiral Adama leads Galactica’s final battle and rescues Hera from the Cylon Colony. Starbuck draws upon the meaning of Hera’s musical notes to lead the fleet to a habitable world. The fate of the fleet and its relationship to Earth is revealed.
|TV Movie: The Plan First Aired: Oct. 27, 2009
Just after the destruction of the Twelve Colonies, two Cylon agents discuss the problem of the remaining humans, both on the planets, and those who have escaped into space. From there, the events of the series are shown from a Cylon perspective, and their underlying plan is revealed.
|Commander Adama, played by Lorne Greene
Adama is still the commander of the battlestar Galactica and the refugee fleet 30 years after the exodus of the Twelve Colonies. He is also the President of the Quorum of Twelve. Seems age and time have taken it’s toll on Adama both personally with the loss of his son Apollo and other friends and professionally due to the weight of command and the Cylons still chasing the fleet wanting to destroy them.
Adama’s has finally led the Galactican Fleet to the planet Earth with the help Doctor Zee a child prodigy. But Earth is not yet ready for contact with Galactica or an attack by the Cylons. So a covert action is put into play to influence the people of Earth in the hopes of helping them for contact and Earths survival.
|Captain Troy, played by Kent McCord
Captain Troy also known as Boxey is the adopted son of Apollo (who is now deceased) and grandson of Commander Adama. Troy a seasoned Viper Pilot and Warrior is tasked with first contact to help develop Earth’s technology in order to face the Cylon threat, and takes on the role of Scout Leader with the Galactica children who are sent to Earth in hopes of protecting them from a pending Cylon attack on the fleet.
|Lieutenant Dillon, played by Barry Van Dyke
Dillion is assigned to help Captain Troy with the mission to help the people of Earth prepare for contact with Galactica and the Cylons. He also helps to protect the children of Galactica when they end up on Earth.
|Colonel Boomer, played by Herb Jefferson Jr.
Boomer is a skilled and seasoned Colonial Warrior serving aboard the Galactica as her executive officer and answers only to Adama. Boomer is also a strong defender of the D Squadron, a squadron that leads risky missions against Cylon basestars, during and following their discovery of Earth.
|Jamie Hamilton, played by Robyn Douglass
Jamie Hamilton doubles as a on-camera reporter for United Broadcasting Company’s news program and guide to Warriors Troy and Dillon in their missions on Earth. Jamie also becomes guardian of the Galactica children while they are on Earth.
|Doctor Zee, played by Robbie Rist and Patrick Stuart
Zee adopted by Lieutenant Starbuck when he was stranded on a desolate planet is a cerebral mutation that is believed to be sent to the Galactica Fleet by the race of Angels. Zee is an expert on any topic he is consulted on, and helps advise Adama and the Council of Twelve. The Council has never overruled Zee due to his penchant for always knowing the correct course of action.
Zee creates most of the special devices used by Colonial Warriors Troy and Dillon, including the invisibility screen an a anti-gravity craft that resembles a UFO, and a method of time travel.