Terminator: The Sarah Conner Chronicles Trivia

Terminator: The Sarah Conner Chronicles Trivia

Terminator: The Sarah Conner Chronicles Trivia

 

Terminator: The Sarah Conner Chronicles Trivia

The Character “Cameron” is a tribute to James Cameron, who wrote and directed the first two Terminator movies.


FBI agent Ellison is named after Harlan Ellison, the science fiction author whose work on an idea similar to the Terminator story was credited in the first Terminator movie.

Battlestar Galactica Trivia

Battlestar Galactica Trivia

Battlestar Galactica Trivia
In the original Battlestar Galactica (1978) Viper weapons fire was red lasers and the Cylon Raiders fired blue lasers. In this version, both ships fire actual bullets.

Galactica 1980 Trivia

Galactica 1980 Trivia

Galactica 1980 Trivia – For a sequence that showed the Cylons attacking Earth, the producers used footage from Earthquake (1974) and superimposed Cylon fighters firing and causing the destruction in the sequence.

Battlestar Galactica 1978 trivia

Battlestar Galactica (1978) Trivia

Battlestar Galactica 1978 trivia

 

Battlestar Galactica (1978) Trivia

The names of the twelve colonies of man were Aeriana, Aquaria, Canceria, Caprica, Gemoni, Leo, Libra, Piscon, Sagitara, Scorpio, Taura, and Virgon, dased on our current Zodiac signs.

The Cylons were actually an extinct alien race of reptilian creatures. The creatures known as Cylons on the show were actually machines built by the Cylons.

Caprica Trivia

Caprica – Trivia

 Caprica Trivia

 

Caprica Trivia

The series was created from two separate ideas. In 2005, writer Ronald D. Moore and producer David Eick (who had made the remake of Battlestar Galactica) announced they were planning to make a spin-off prequel series called “Caprica” which was set at the time when humanity first created the Cylons. Although they had a vague idea of what the series would entail, they were too busy working on “Battlestar Galatica” to develop it further at that time. Some months later, a separate idea about artificial intelligence and using robots as slaves was pitched to NBC/Universal by Remi Aubuchon. Universal did not pick up Aubuchon’s concept by itself but felt it would work within the realm of Moore’s premise for the “Caprica” series. At Universal’s suggestion, Moore and Eick then met with Aubuchon and their ideas were merged together.

True Blood Trivia

True Blood Trivia

True Blood Trivia

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What does Sam do in his sleep? Bark

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