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Quotes for
Flight Sgt. Jolly (Character)
from "Battlestar Galactica" (1978)

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"Battlestar Galactica: The Magnificent Warriors (#1.8)" (1978)
Flight Sgt. Jolly: Greenbean, form on me. There's a pair going after the Agro-Ships on the perimeter.
Greenbean: You would worry about that. If they hit those birds, you'll have nothing to eat, Jolly.
Flight Sgt. Jolly: That isn't funny, Greenbean. Hurry.

"Battlestar Galactica: The Man with Nine Lives (#1.15)" (1979)
Flight Sgt. Jolly: [Enthralled by 4 dancers on the stage] Stay clear on my ion trail, I'm locking on target!
Lt. Boomer: Hey, hey hold it, Jolly. Jolly, look I thought we were going to get some food?
Flight Sgt. Jolly: I see all the food I need!

"Battlestar Galactica: The Hand of God (#1.21)" (1979)
Col. Tigh: The Officer's Club will be open to all warriors, regardless of rank, for one centare and one drink, on the Commander. Commencing now.
Flight Sgt. Jolly: Well, if the Commander's buying, then I'm drinking!
Lt. Boomer: If anybody's buying, you're drinking, Jolly.

"Battlestar Galactica: Greetings from Earth (#1.17)" (1979)
Security Officer Reese: [drawing his laser gun] All right, you two, I don't know what you're up to but I've had just about all I'm gonna take from you, now step aside!
Flight Sgt. Jolly: Reese, now you're endangering the lives of these children! Now surely not even you're that cruel!
Lt. Boomer: [Reese pulls the blankets off the chambers revealing them to be empty] Jolly, you forgot the kids!

"Battlestar Galactica: Lost Planet of the Gods: Part 1 (#1.2)" (1978)
Lt. Boomer: Jolly, If we miss just one of these Cylon outposts, we'll never know what hit us.
Flight Sgt. Jolly: You think it's operational? It looks deserted.
Lt. Boomer: [sighs] Think of it as a crawlon in its web. Nothing moves until some hapless creature flies into its orbit and then it's all over.

"Battlestar Galactica: War of the Gods: Part 1 (#1.13)" (1979)
Flight Sgt. Jolly: Well, whoever it is, doesn't seem too interested in us. Let's turn around and get out of here.
Captain Bojay: Jolly, you speak the wisdom of the Lords.