The mysterious Ship of Lights reappears, hijacks Apollo and his viper in space and sends him on a quest to save the planet Terra during peace negotiations with the Eastern Alliance. One of the beings of light takes human form to guide Apollo, and makes him take on the appearance of a missing Terran named Charlie. Written by
The TV Archaeologist
Did You Know?
'Richard Hatch (I)' voiced his concern about his character Apollo being so square and Starbuck being the focus of the majority of episodes to story editors Jim Carlson
and Terrence McDonnell
. They promptly reversed the names of the main characters in the second draft of 'Experiment in Terra', turning yet another Starbuck adventure into an Apollo story. See more
After blowing up the vehicles, Starbuck says, "I sure hope I don't have to pay for those machines." However, his lips say, "I sure hope I don't have to pay for those things." See more
My face? How is it possible that this Charlie Watts is an exact lookalike?
He isn't. They merely perseive you to look like him. Actually, he's quite an attractive fellow.
That's very funny. You sure have a sense of humor.
In my job dealing with primitive cultures, it's an absolute necessity.
References Experiment in Terror