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Boxey (Character)
from "Battlestar Galactica" (1978)

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"Battlestar Galactica: Lost Planet of the Gods: Part 2 (#1.3)" (1978)
Commander Adama: Will the protector of Serina consent to relinquishing his responsibilities to Apollo, the man to whom she has consented to be married?
Boxey: [after being tapped on the shoulder] Yes.

Boxey: Mama, I hear you won the whole war.
Serina: I had a little help.

Boxey: I don't want her to go! I don't want her to go.
Capt. Apollo: I know. But it's her body that's gone, Boxey, not her spirit, or her love for us. We'll have that always, forever.

"Galactica 1980: Galactica Discovers Earth: Part 1 (#1.1)" (1980)
Willy: Pull over, wise guys. Or we'll run you over. Got it?
Lt. Dillon: He seems very insistent.
Capt. Troy: We can't afford to let them get too good of a look of these machines. We're gonna risk showing them a little more than I hoped to. Ready?
Lt. Dillon: Ready.
Capt. Troy: This is where we get off.
Willy: Yeah? This ain't no off-ramp, dude.
Lt. Dillon: Surprise.

Jamie Hamilton: You mind explaining what you're doing?
Capt. Troy: Uh... Picking up our currency.
Jamie Hamilton: Did you just rifle that coin box?

Capt. Troy: What she say?
Lt. Dillon: I don't know. What's a terrorist chauvinist?

"Battlestar Galactica: Lost Planet of the Gods: Part 1 (#1.2)" (1978)
Capt. Apollo: Will you excuse us for a centon, Boxey?
Boxey: Okay. Come on Muffit, they're gonna argue.
Serina: We are not going to argue.
Boxey: Yes they are.
Capt. Apollo: Yes we are.

Boxey: I was told in Instructional Period that some people are just naturally slow. That doesn't mean they're actually stupid, they're just slow.

"Galactica 1980: Galactica Discovers Earth: Part 2 (#1.2)" (1980)
Capt. Troy: Dillon, will you stop this machine before you kill us all.
Lt. Dillon: I don't suppose it flies, does it?
Jamie Hamilton: Flies? What's he on?
Dr. Donald Mortinson: Oh, it's a simple internal combustion engine that turns a drive shaft that rotates wheels.
Lt. Dillon: Talk about primitive. Haven't you people ever heard of anti-gravity travel?

Jamie Hamilton: That's a very good trick. How long will it stay like that?
Capt. Troy: Until the energizers wear down. They're about 24 of your Earth hours.
Jamie Hamilton: And if we don't get back in time?
Lt. Dillon: The Nazis will probably find the ship.
Jamie Hamilton: Permanent home in Nazi Germany. Nice.
Capt. Troy: You insisted on coming along.

"Battlestar Galactica: The Lost Warrior (#1.4)" (1978)
Boxey: [playing a game of Pyramid] Quit stalling, Starbuck, are you going to call or not?
Lt. Starbuck: Give me a few centons, will you, kid?
Boxey: You're eating your bet.

"Galactica 1980: The Night the Cylons Landed: Part 1 (#1.7)" (1980)
Lt. Dillon: I wonder if they'd let me take over the controls for awhile?
Capt. Troy: I wouldn't even let you.

"Battlestar Galactica: The Young Lords (#1.9)" (1978)
Boxey: Would you like me to tell you a story, like you do when I'm in sickbed?
Commander Adama: Oh, that would be nice.
Boxey: There once was a shiny planet...
Commander Adama: Called Earth.
Boxey: No. Called Mushieland.
Commander Adama: Mushieland?
Boxey: And it was full of daggits. Orange daggits, blue daggits, daggits with horns, daggits with curly tails. The best daggit of them all was Sire Muffy.
Commander Adama: [Chuckling] Sire Muffy...

"Battlestar Galactica: Gun on Ice Planet Zero: Part 1 (#1.6)" (1978)
Boxey: [Apollo finds Boxey and Muffy in the Snowram] Muffy wanted to see snow!

Battlestar Galactica (1978)
Boxey: Can I fly in your ship, sir?
Capt. Apollo: Fighter planes are no place for little boys.
Serina: They're going to have to be if our people are going to survive. We must fight back.
Cmdr. Adama: Yes, we are going to fight back. But not here, not now, not in the Colonies. Not even in this star system. Let the word go forth to every man, woman and child who survived this holocaust. Tell them to set sail at once in every assorted vehicle that will carry them.

"Battlestar Galactica: The Magnificent Warriors (#1.8)" (1978)
Boxey: Muffy wanted to know if they had any other daggits around.
Lt. Boomer: Oh, we're gonna make that a priority probe as soon as Apollo and I get down to the settlement, Boxey.

"Battlestar Galactica: The Long Patrol (#1.5)" (1978)
Boxey: [unimpressed with the viewscreen] Hush up, Muffit, it's just a bunch of old stars.
Commander Adama: Apollo, perhaps Boxey should take the helm. He has a singular sense of perspective.
Boxey: [to Apollo, excited and hopeful] Can I?
Capt. Apollo: No, you cannot. You are centons into your sleep period.
Boxey: Oh. Commander?
Commander Adama: Now you keep me out of this, young man. I may be the commander of the fleet, but he's you father.
Capt. Apollo: Thank you.
Boxey: [to Muffit] Maybe next time, I'll act excited and we can stay up. Come on Muffit.
Capt. Apollo: [as Boxey walks off, Apollo turns to Adama] Was I ever like this?
Commander Adama: Worse.

"Battlestar Galactica: Fire in Space (#1.12)" (1978)
Athena: Hey, Boomer, what are you doing in the Rejuvenation Centre? I thought Blue Squardron was on alert.
Lt. Boomer: Well, even Blue Squadron pilots get a furlon once in a while. Now all I have to do for the next 24 centares is relax.
Boxey: Wanna play compartment billyarks with me? I'm pretty good.
Lt. Boomer: Oh? You're on. And if you beat me, I got a surprise for you.
Boxey: It's a mushie.
Lt. Boomer: How's a guy keep a secret around here?
Boxey: You can't with Muffy. I just trained him to sniff out mushies.

"Battlestar Galactica: Gun on Ice Planet Zero: Part 2 (#1.7)" (1978)
Lt. Starbuck: [Bursting into the Children's area] Okay, let's go!
Boxey: Where's my father?
Lt. Starbuck: [Grasping Boxey's hand] I'm taking you to him, kid, I'm taking you to him!

"Battlestar Galactica: The Living Legend: Part 1 (#1.10)" (1978)
Boxey: Poor Starbuck. Oh well, he still has Athena. And Mirrian and Noday and...
Capt. Apollo: Would you stop? And who told you to listen anyway?