Battlestar Galactica (1978–1979)
This is a remake of the original series.
Ray Bolger's nose makeup as Vector the android is similar to his nose makeup as the Scarecrow.
Mentioned in Cliff Preston skit
A person in a home-made Colonial Warrior costumes appear in convention footage inserted into the Space Questicon
Mork calls Orson "Battlestar Gigantica."
Theme used in The Micro Dentist
Max chases Nino into the Battlestar Galactica attraction at Universal Studios
In the Shanghai bar scene, Lee Chan, played by Richard Hatch, orders a "Captain Apollo on the rocks." Captain Apollo was Hatch's character on the TV series "Battlestar Galactica".
An attorney says Mormon doctrine reminds him of this 1970s sci-fi series.
A Cylon walks past Face at Universal Studios. This scene was Dirk Benedict's idea, as he saw someone dressed in the Cylon costume and wanted to have a scene with a guy in a Cylon costume on this episode.
A party guest wears a Cylon costume. Glen A. Larson produced both Battlestar Galactica and Knight Rider.
zombie in Starbuck uniform
Cylon outfit in warehouse and Colonial Viper visible in background
Servo: "Oh, good - a Cylon warrior"
JAG Captain Phillipa Louvois states "Data is a toaster" "Toaster" is the derogatory nickname given by humans to the Cylons (androids).
Crow: "A Cylon wannabe"
Crow: "This is super cool, like that first episode of 'Battlestar Galactica.'"
Homer tries to solve a BSG jigsaw puzzle.
"They canceled 'Battlestar: Galactica,' I'm gonna kill myself."
Mike: "Well, there'll always be 'Battlestar Galactica'; that'll never be canceled."
The guards outside Pizza Planet are based on Cylons, with their red eyes moving left and right.
was depressed when it got cancelled
Todd reveals that Jerry has Battlestar Galactica bedsheets.
When the Monascheiwans are attacked when approaching Earth, the ships of the Mangalores are very similar to the Vipers on the Battlestar Galactica.
Servo: Why did they cancel Battlestar Galactica?
The Star Trek cruiseship is hit by a Battlestar Galactica boat
Ending credit: Boxey's Pet - Muffet the Daggit
Sam has a BG poster
A Cylon (robot from this show) is in Kang & Kodos' audience at the start.
The robots in the very beginning of the video game sequence feature the Cylons' red tracking eyebar.
Poster in Sam's room
To allay her fears about the whereabouts of her parents, Cleo tells Lily they're doing fine, and that her father is an instructor at the Battlestar Galactica.
A poster hangs in Sam's bedroom.
Sam has a Cylon model figure
There is a folk music duo known as Cylon and Garfunkel.
Larry mentioned a book Battlestar Galactica.
"Battlestar Galactica Forum" is mentioned.
Kevin and Richie are seen wearing Colonial Warrior costumes during the intro to Kevin and Richie's Comic Book Zone
Crichton calls out, "Paging the head Cylon" in an attempt to ambush the bounty hunters
Isabelle refers to Rick Springfield's role as Lt. Zac on Battlestar Galactica (1978).
Evie repeatedly mentions that she was in Battlestar Galactica.
A character wears a T-shirt with its title on it
A Cylon is seen in the background
Bayder makes fun of it
Referenced by title in one of Suzi's conversations.
One of the captions sets a scene at a Battlestar Galactica convention.
A robotic Daggit is shot to pieces
A Cylon Centurion can be seen walking the streets.
Several robot characters say "By your command"
A convention goer is costumed as a Cylon.
Rory says that she thinks her grandmother is a Cylon.
One of the characters talks about Battlestar Galactica, also a lunchbox from that show appears in this episode
Quagmire portrays A-Team member Face, who was portrayed by Dirk Benedict on the actual show. Benedict also starred in Battlestar Galactica. A cylon from that show walks past Quagmire during the A-Team opening theme parody.
Donna says that she updates Eric on the show.
Lorelai uses the expletive "Frakking!"
referenced in clue in "Seasonal Acting" category
In Dwight's conversation at the party: "Do you watch Battlestar Galactica? No, then you are an idiot."
Fred mentions that he has the entire series downloaded.
Mentioned by Jim
Steve sells fake "Battlestar Galactica On Ice" tickets to his friends
The episode starts with Cartman saying, "Previously on Battlestar Galactica," and Cylons attack Imaginationland.
Cylons from the original series appear in this movie.
"Cylon war memorial / makeout point" during Leela and Lars' love scene
The Galactica can be seen amongst the decomissioned shipts
A Cylon is in Imaginationland.
Leonard has a Colonial warrior's flight suit in his closet
Jay (the color commentator), in a Cylon voice, says, "By your command."
Juney calls someone "Battlecrotch Galactica"
The Galactica is seen during Digital Short
Riley imagines that Tasumi might be a Cylon Warrior, among other absurd notions
Jim claims the new series is a shot for shot remake of the original to get a reaction from Dwight
reference to it in the dialouge
Referenced in "The B-Team" segment
Sheldon mentions the Cylons on his questionnaire.
Mentioned as they enter the control center in Washington
Cylons mentioned in end credits
mentioned in dialogue
Phil puts a picture of a Cylon on the board.
This TV series was inspired by Disney's Peter Pan.
Sigourney Weaver reads a comment by an Internet poster named "Cylon57."
Jim, dressed up as Dwight, says, "Bears. Beets. 'Battlestar Galactica.'"
The music Daniel Graystone plays on the piano is the opening music from the original series.
The theme to the original Battlestar Galactica series is briefly played while Philomon is browsing for music that he and the Zoe Cylon can dance to while her diagnostic is running.
When Philomon is in Greystone's lab, he turns on music and flips through several selections, one of which is the title theme from the original BSG
Mentioned in dialogue
Howard says, "What the frack?!"
Starbuck as a fictitious movie credit
Claudia's SMS ringtone is the Zylon catchphrase "By your command".
Dennis has Captain Adama's helmet from the original "Battlestar Galactica" in his "nerd closet."
Langston's remark about how "fracking" sounds like a sci-fi expletive
Sheldon utters the "frak" expletive.
Characters named Boomer and Starbuck
tactical droid TJ-912 quotes the Cylons: By your command.
Mentioned as being created by Glen A. Larson.
Referred to as "Battlestar."
Young Peter looks at Battlestar Galactica themed toys in toy store.
"I'm Starbuck, goddammit!" "That's the worst Dirk Benedict costume I've ever seen."
Several actors in Cylon costumes are shown
One of the Droid Gunship answers a command by saying "By your command".
Birkhoff receives a message reading, "By your command," something often said by the Cylons.
Dwight builds a "Battlestar Galactica" model in his office.
The show is mentioned in the end credits Chuck Lorre Productions vanity card #416.
The head of a Cylon can be seen in the chop shop
Referenced in the cold opening
Otis put up a poster for it in the apartment common room, and offers to watch it with Shay
Otis has a collectible Colonial warrior flight helmet autographed by Richard Hatch & Dirk Benedict
"Dirk Benedict of Battlestar Galactica fame..."
Title is referenced
Referenced in the police standoff sketch
Mentioned by narrator
Otis talks about a Dirk Benedict collectible
Miss J mentions this show when judging Lenox's photo
"Cylon Warrior. You're doing it wrong."
Future Frankie uses the phrase "many centons ago." "Centons" was a unit of time often used in "Battlestar Galactica."
Mentioned by Dave.
Still picture of Alex Hyde-White in Battlestar Galactica shown
Mentioned in dialogue
"Looks like a love child of a Cylon and The Guyver"
Mentioned by Darren.
Cylon cosplay at Gen Con
Felicity says, "Oh, frak."
DaddyBrown mentions it.
Todd says "Video Killed the Radio Star" should feel as dated as an episode of the show.
Crow: "'Battlestar' is on!"
Bull compares expensive jet to the eponymous battlestar
Warren is watching this at Larry's party.
Footage of a space battle is shown.
scenes from the series are shown here
making of Battlestar the original series
making of about the TV show
interview with creator of the show
Clips are shown
In a scene where the kidnap suspects were being apprehended, Battlestar Galactica was the movie being displayed on the TV screen,
Linkara says the comic de jour is based off this series and not the 2004 one.
A "battlestar" craft is mentioned by Enjil von Bergdorfe.
A sequence at the end spoofs the space battles in "BSG"
Richelieu talks to an armor as if it was a Cylon, mentioning Apollo, Starbuck, and Adama.
an adult spoof
At the con, a Cylon centurion is wrestling with C-3PO in the ring.
Sinestro's robot confirms orders by saying, "By your command," just like Lucifer did to Baltar in "Battlestar Galactica".
a sketch with 'bloopers' from the show
As part of "Just the Good Parts"
similar spaceship and characters shown