27 January 1980
After years of searching for Earth, the Galactica finds Earth. Adama would like to land but a child prodigy named Dr. Zee advises Adama against it because he believes that if they do that the Cylons will attack the Earth. So it's decided to send men to go to Earth and to make contact with people who won't treat them as a threat and whom they can ask to help introduce technology that could help the Earth stand up to a possible Cylon attack. Boxey who is now an adult and a warrior who goes by the name Troy, and another warrior Dillon are sent to North America to make contact with a scientist who believes in life beyond the Earth. But they are mistaken for people who want to harm the man so they are arrested. But when he sees something they left, he knows who and what they are. They leave word that they contact them through Jamie Hamilton, a reporter they met.
3 February 1980
The thrilling adventures of "BATTLESTAR GALACTICA" continue in Part Two of "Galactica Discovers Earth, " when Commander Adama (Lorne Greene) dispatches two young pilots, Capt. Troy (Kent McCord) and Lieut. Dillon (Barry Van Dyke) to the planet Earth.
10 February 1980
Troy and Dillon leap back with Jamie to 1944 to stop Xaviar's attempt to help the development of the V-2 rocket at Peenemunde. Later they return to 1980 CA but need to secure their impounded Vipers from U.S. military inspection.
16 March 1980
Troy and Dillon are teaching some of the children raised on the Galactica about what they can expect on Earth if and when they get to go there. But when their vessel is attacked by the Cylons, they escape. But because they can't make it back to the Galactica, they decide to land on Earth. So they try to make the children appear to be like children on Earth. They dress them as scouts and Troy and Dillon pretend to be scout masters. Their landing is detected by the Air Force, so a Colonel shows up to investigate.
23 March 1980
When three of the children Troy and Dillon brought to Earth get sick after drinking some water from a lake. The doctor who treats them says that the water was polluted with a toxic waste which was dumped by a corporation. The doctor says there's nothing he can do for them but Troy asks him to keep alive because he plans to call the Galactica for help. When Dr. Zee learns of what happened he decides to go to Earth himself, which Adama objects to. But Zee insists and goes.
Season 1, Episode 6: Spaceball30 March 1980
Treacherous Xaviar, the renegade Galactican, in disguise sends Troy and Dillon on a phony space mission that makes them targets of a Russian killer satellite, so that he can take as hostage the earthbound Galactican children who Jamie has entered in what turns out to be a hilarious, out-of-this-world charity baseball game, on "Galactica 1980".
13 April 1980
Earthbound Troy and Dillon rush to the East Coast to intercept what they believe to be a downed Galactican spacecraft, but find that it is really the first ship of the treacherous Cylons to locate the lost human civilization they want to destroy, in "Galactica 1980".
20 April 1980
The planet's future hangs in the balance when Troy and Dillon alert Galactica that they are pursuing two enemy Cylons bent on commandeering a powerful New York City broadcasting facility to transmit earth's location to their hostile forces in space, which could lead to the destruction of Earth on "Galactica 1980".
27 April 1980
The lives of all Galacticans are in the hands of Troy and Dillon after a Cylon warship destroys the space fleet's farm ship, and food supplies have to be replenished immediately from Earth, on "Galactica 1980".
4 May 1980
The Seraph youth Doctor Zee sees Commander Adama to explain that he is experiencing dreams. Adama shows no particular concern, but when Doctor Zee explains that his dream involves a mysterious Colonial warrior named Starbuck, Adama realizes there is something very real in Zee's dream. In the dream, the Colonial Fleet has come under unusually savage attack from Cylon raiders, and Starbuck's viper takes a grave hit, though he succeeds in shooting down a Cylon raider that loses power and crashes onto a nearby planet. Boomer tries to stay with Starbuck, but the Fleet is in such grave danger that Starbuck tells his close friend to save himself and the Fleet. As Starbuck's crippled viper drifts toward the nearby solar system, Boomer is driven to tears that his close friend will never be seen again, and after landing on the besieged Galactica pleads with Commander Adama to try and rescue Starbuck. But the Cylons have succeeded in annihilating much of the Fleet, and it is all Adama can do to keep the surviving ships going when the Cylon armada finally breaks off and retreats. Boomer bitterly thanks Adama for his honesty, and Adama is driven to tears himself. As for Starbuck, he crashes on a desert planet and survives, but upon exploring his newfound home world, he encounters a crashed Cylon raider. After setting up shelter, Starbuck makes an effort to reactivate a Cylon centurion, and succeeds. The centurion, which Starbuck names Cy, tries to kill Starbuck but is deactivated each time he tries, and as the two beings converse, an understanding begins to develop, until one fateful day Cy decides that Starbuck requires a human woman, and treks through the desert to find one. Starbuck tries to pursue, to no avail, but after giving up, Starbuck is aghast when Cy returns, carrying a bedraggled woman who is very pregnant. The woman refuses to speak as Starbuck talks to her, but eventually she begins speaking, and identifies herself as Angella, explaining that the child she is carrying is Starbuck's spiritual child. Starbuck and Cy then hastily build a spacecraft so all three of them can escape the planet, but Angella gives birth to a healthy infant boy. Trouble then arrives a few days later when a Cylon raider lands on the planet and its three centurions, weapons ready, close on the shelter of Starbuck, Cy, Angella, and their child.
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