Petty Officer Anastasia Dualla
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Petty Officer Anastasia Dualla (Character)
from "Battlestar Galactica" (2004)

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"Battlestar Galactica: Exodus: Part 2 (#3.4)" (2006)
Admiral William Adama: [the Galactica is facing 4 Base Stars alone and is taking salvo after salvo of missles. Adama has just been told that the FTL has been knocked out and the Galactica is taking heavy damage] . Then thats it.
[He looks around at the crew in the CIC]
Admiral William Adama: Its been an honor.
Commander Lee 'Apollo' Adama: [Camera pulls back to show 4 Base Stars firing on a crippled Galactica. We then see the Pegasus fly in and it start firing on the Base Stars attacking the Galactica, Lee radios Galactica] Galactica, Pegasus. Let us take some of this work off your hands. Get your FTL up and ready and we will take care of he rest.
Commander Lee 'Apollo' Adama: [Yells to Pegasus crew] All right, fire up that main battery!.
Admiral William Adama: [Angry that Lee disobeyed his orders to take the remaining civilians and run] Damn you Lee! Start working on those FTL's and get them on line. Cylons will re-deploy as soon as they recover.
Admiral William Adama: [Looks at the DRADIS screen and sees the Base Stars start moving away. whispers quietly] Thank you Lee...
Lt. Anastasia Dualla: [Looks at the DRADIS and sees the Base Stars changing positions] They are comming about, maneuvaring to bracket us.
Commander Lee 'Apollo' Adama: Steady as she goes. Take us right into the center.
Lt. Anastasia Dualla: [the Pegasus starts taking hits, Dee looks Lee in the eye. Quietly says] We wont last long in there.
Commander Lee 'Apollo' Adama: [Looks back at Dee, quietly says] No...

Lt. Anastasia Dualla: All we can do is make plans for the future. We have to survive. We have to find Earth. If we don't, they'll be no one to remember a man named William Adama. Or a Battlestar named Galactica. That is our charge to keep.

"Battlestar Galactica: Final Cut (#2.8)" (2005)
D'anna Biers: [after the Galactica gets attacked] Does this ever get any easier?
Petty Officer 2nd Dualla: No, ma'am. It gets harder.

"Battlestar Galactica: The Hand of God (#1.10)" (2005)
Commander William Adama: There are no reserve Vipers. Everything is on the board already. Now we play for all the marbles. Starbuck, it's your plan.
Lt. Kara 'Starbuck' Thrace: Mr. Gaeta will you please tell D to get on the scrambler and inform Apollo the back door is open?
Lt. Felix Gaeta: Aye, Lieutenant.
[on comm set to Dualla]
Lt. Felix Gaeta: D, please send a scrambler to Capt. Apollo. Message reads, The back door is open.
Officer Anastasia Dualla: Apollo, Galactica. Back door is open. Back door is open. Godspeed, Apollo.

"Battlestar Galactica: 33 (#1.1)" (2004)
Petty Officer 2nd Dualla: [to Adama] Comm traffic two from the President.
Commander William Adama: [to Tigh] Is this my ten minutes or is this yours?
Col. Saul Tigh: Yours. I took ten last time.
Commander William Adama: All right, I'll see you guys in combat.
[walks off]
Petty Officer 2nd Dualla: I believe it was your ten minutes, sir.
Col. Saul Tigh: The old man's so tired he can't remember, then it's his turn.

"Battlestar Galactica: He That Believeth in Me (#4.1)" (2008)
Captain Kara 'Starbuck' Thrace: When I woke up orbiting Earth, I just figured it was some crazy dream, but... I went in following a Heavy Raider. I mean, maybe the Cylons pulled me out of the soup... and captured me, brainwashed me on Caprica, and they experimented on me. I mean, did they take pieces of me? I mean, is... is it possible that they grew me, another me, in a petri dish? Or they embedded me with the memories, or it with the memories, or... I don't know.
Ensign Samuel Anders: No. Hey, no, no, no. Kara, no. Listen to me. If you were a Cylon, then you've been one from the beginning.
Captain Kara 'Starbuck' Thrace: [hostilely] Like Boomer? Spend my entire life thinking I'm one thing...
Ensign Samuel Anders: Yeah, and then you wake up one day and discover you're another. Still doesn't change who you really are. Still doesn't change the fact that I love you, no matter what.
Captain Kara 'Starbuck' Thrace: You are a better person than I am, Sam, because if I found out that you were a Cylon... I would put a bullet between your eyes.
Lt. Anastasia Dualla: [on the PA] All hands, prepare for jump in four, three, two, jump.
Captain Kara 'Starbuck' Thrace: [holding her head in agony during the jump and gasping afterwards:] Damn it! They're still going in the wrong direction.
[Gasp, gulp]
Captain Kara 'Starbuck' Thrace: One more jump and I'm gonna lose my way altogether.
Ensign Samuel Anders: All right, we gotta find you a rack. Okay, take it easy.
Captain Kara 'Starbuck' Thrace: It's Roslin. The Old Man's not gonna listen to me as long she's... I gotta get to her.

"Battlestar Galactica: A Day in the Life (#3.15)" (2007)
Major Lee 'Apollo' Adama: [notices a box on the table] So what's this?
Lt. Anastasia Dualla: It was here when I got in. It's from your father.
Major Lee 'Apollo' Adama: Is it ticking?

"Battlestar Galactica: Home: Part 1 (#2.6)" (2005)
Commander William Adama: [while painting a model ship in his quarters after one-third the fleet has left with President Roslin to Kobol] Its interesting... betrayal has such a powerful grip on the mind. Its almost like a python, it can squeeze out all other thought, suffocate all other emotion until... everything is dead except for the rage. I'm not talking about anger, I'm talking about rage. I can feel it. Right here
[grabs his chest]
Commander William Adama: , like its gonna burst. I feel like I want to scream. Right now as a matter of fact.
Petty Officer 2nd Dualla: [Has been sitting listening to him for some time in his quarters] If I may say something?
Commander William Adama: Speak your mind D
Petty Officer 2nd Dualla: I don't think the problem is that you have been betrayed. I think its that you feel helpless. You were shot, you were injured, you couldn't do anything.
Commander William Adama: Don't make excuses for me.
Petty Officer 2nd Dualla: And when you finally had a chance to do somthing...
Commander William Adama: [looks up and sighs] I'm sorry I did this.
Petty Officer 2nd Dualla: You let us down... you let us down. You made a promise, to all of us to find earth, to find us a home... together. It doesn't matter what the president did or even what Lee did because everyday that we remain apart is a day that you've broken your promise.
Commander William Adama: The people aboard those ships made their own decision. It was their decision not mine. Thank you Petty Officer, you may leave now.
Petty Officer 2nd Dualla: [gets up to leave then hesitates] you asked to talk to me sir, maybe because you think I don't have anything to say... but I do.
[moves closer to Adama and grabs his hand]
Petty Officer 2nd Dualla: It's time to heal the wounds commander. People have been divided...
Commander William Adama: I said that's enough!
Petty Officer 2nd Dualla: Children have been separated from their parents!
Commander William Adama: [Finally looks at her, gets up and leaves]