As Apollo and the team of convicted specialists brave the snowy mountain to blow up the Ravashol Pulsar, the criminals plan their escape. Starbuck is still determined to make a detour and ... See full summary »

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As Apollo and the team of convicted specialists brave the snowy mountain to blow up the Ravashol Pulsar, the criminals plan their escape. Starbuck is still determined to make a detour and rescue cadet Cree, but the Theta clones object to the destruction of their creator's weapon. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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29 October 1978 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Dan O'Herlihy (Dr. Ravashol) later appeared -- in heavy alien makeup -- in "The Last Starfighter" (1984) as Alex Rogan's reptilian Gunstar navigator, Grig. See more »

Goofs

Leda and Appolo attach the demolition charges in a zig-zag pattern across the top and bottom of the unit. When Vulpa shoots Leda shortly afterwards, all the charges can be seen in a straight line near the top of the unit. See more »

Quotes

Baltar: Have our fighters engaged the Galactica?
Lucifer: Yes, but they will not have enough fuel to return.
Baltar: Break off the attack.
Lucifer: Baltar, I believe my sound sensor mishears you.
Baltar: I said break off the attack.
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Edited into Remembering 'Battlestar Galactica' (2004) See more »

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Let's Go Home
End Title" (uncredited)
Composed and Conducted by Stu Phillips
Performed by The Los Angeles Philharmonic
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Far from a Zero
13 June 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Plot; With time running out, the Colonials enlist the help of an unlikely ally. The deadly pulse weapon's creator.

Not a lot of surprises here in this wrap-up of the "Ice Planet Zero" story, unless you count my overall impression of it. Though there are naturally problems inherent in any such genre TV series of the era, I come away from this two-parter very impressed by its execution. The production values here are absolutely first rate. Though shot on a soundstage, they did an exceptional job of creating a completely believable and immersive arctic environment.

The last act is also rife with tension as the team on the planet try to sabotage the pulse gun before the Galactica and its fleet--being squeezed on all sides by the Cylons--comes into range. It's a white-knuckle, deftly handled affair. The same can be said of the two episodes as well.


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