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

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"Battlestar Galactica: War of the Gods: Part 2 (#1.14)" (1979)
Count Iblis: No one has dominion over me!
Sheba: [spiteful] I wonder.

Sheba: Apollo! What have I done?
Lt. Starbuck: You didn't do it, Sheba, he did it.

Sheba: What do we do?
Lt. Starbuck: Sweet lady, there aren't many places I've been in my life where I didn't feel like I was in complete control, but, er... this is an exception.

Commander Adama: There are very few who've had the opportunity to experience the light of good and truth at first hand.
Sheba: Then you mean that's what happened to us? We got caught in the war between good and evil?
Commander Adama: We've always been caught between good and evil.

"Battlestar Galactica: The Hand of God (#1.21)" (1979)
Lieutenant Sheba: Did you ever think about that maybe two people who snap at each other for no reason, are doing it to avoid their real feelings?
Captain Apollo: No.
Lieutenant Sheba: I've thought about it quite a bit.

Sheba: Where in heaven's name are we?
Captain Apollo: [Climbing into the chair] As high as you can get on the Galactica. We're directly over the main thrusters.
Captain Apollo: [Starts pushing buttons] It's a great spot to get away from everyone to think.
Lieutenant Starbuck: A cozy little place like this could be used for more than just thinking.
Cassiopeia: [Giggles] Starbuck!

Captain Apollo: [Apollo, Starbuck and Sheba are exploring the planets of an unknown solar system] The first planet's a giant. 80% compressed hydrogen, 12% helium, no lifeforms. But it sure is pretty.
Sheba: So's number two. Beautiful but deadly. The atmosphere is almost totally comprised of compressed carbon dioxide. No lifeforms.
Lieutenant Starbuck: Well, leave it to me to get the ugly one. No atmosphere, just barren rock. No life could possib...
Lieutenant Starbuck: [computer bleeps] Wait!
Captain Apollo: What is it?
Lieutenant Starbuck: I'm picking up something. Just rising on the back side of the planet. Oh no, No!
Captain Apollo: Starbuck?
Lieutenant Starbuck: Get out of here, it's a Cylon basestar!

"Battlestar Galactica: War of the Gods: Part 1 (#1.13)" (1979)
Count Iblis: [sighs] I'm weary, I'm drained of energy.
Sheba: We have some emergency rations with us, we'll be happy to share with you.
Count Iblis: You're very kind. It's not food I require.

Sheba: What is it? What are they?
Count Iblis: Don't be frightened. They cannot hurt you as long as you're with me.
Sheba: The lights? But they're so beautiful.
Count Iblis: Don't be beguiled. They taunt you with a glow that conceals everlasting darkness. Look away, Sheba, you are safe with me.

"Battlestar Galactica: The Living Legend: Part 1 (#1.10)" (1978)
[while on patrol, Apollo and Starbuck have been intercepted by Vipers from the lost Battlestar Pegasus]
Captain Apollo: [spotting something ahead of him] Oh, my lord, we're not dead, and this isn't a dream. That *is* the Pegasus!
Lieutenant Sheba: [to Bojay] He won't shut up! He's acting as if he's seen an apparition!
Captain Apollo: I'm still not sure I haven't!

Sheba: Look Captain, maybe you don't understand the situation. Adama humiliated the greatest man that ever lived. A man that can think and fight circles around your father.
Lieutenant Bojay: She's right, Apollo. He saved our lives from certain death! Now it's *our* turn to help him!
Captain Apollo: Look, no one wants to see Cain hurt or disgraced.
Sheba: Isn't it a little late for that?

"Battlestar Galactica: Greetings from Earth (#1.17)" (1979)
Lt. Boomer: Everyone we've encountered up till now, every colony or outpost, are, eh, drifters or pioneers who set out from our home planets. Terms, dress, technology, all familiar.
Sheba: So, what are you saying, Boomer?
Lt. Boomer: That if even a few of the humans we've run across were descendants from the lost 13th tribe, they were stragglers, left behind. Now, here on this ship for the first time, We've actually found human life forms from a technologically advanced civilisation. That's what the whole point of the voyage has been.

"Battlestar Galactica: Baltar's Escape (#1.18)" (1979)
Sheba: [referring to the shaken up security officers] They're as pale as an Orion moon.
Lt. Boomer: Serves them right.

"Battlestar Galactica: Fire in Space (#1.12)" (1978)
Sheba: Just don't get careless. You lose your grip just once and you'll be floating in space forever.
Lt. Starbuck: Thanks for reminding us, Sheba.

"Battlestar Galactica: The Living Legend: Part 2 (#1.11)" (1978)
Capt. Apollo: Uh, no reflection on your ability, but I'm just a little puzzled at your father risking you on such a... er...
Sheba: One-way mission?
Lt. Starbuck: Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, no offence, lady, but this kid doesn't go on one-way missions.
Sheba: I'm sorry, I was just being a realist.
Lt. Starbuck: Realist? If we were realists, we'd all be dead back on Caprica.