Battlestar Galactica (1978–1979)
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Take the Celestra 

During a celebration honoring Commander Kronus, Starbuck recognizes an old flame of his, Aurora and breaks off a date with Cassiopeia to follow his lost love to the Celestra. On their ... See full summary »

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Count Baltar (credit only)
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Lieutenant Athena (credit only)
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Boxey (credit only)
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Tony Swartz ...
Flight Sergeant Jolly (credit only)
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Lieutenant Sheba
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Nick Holt ...
Charka
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Randy Stumpf ...
Damon
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During a celebration honoring Commander Kronus, Starbuck recognizes an old flame of his, Aurora and breaks off a date with Cassiopeia to follow his lost love to the Celestra. On their arrival, Starbuck and Apollo find themselves in the midst of a mutiny. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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Goofs

The floor and seating of the awards ceremony is the same as that used for the presidium in the previous episode, if the Terrans were so far behind those from the 12 colonies how would it be possible to design the same thing. See more »

Quotes

Lt. Boomer: I thought Tigh was about to blast out of his boots.
Capt. Apollo: Breaking formation isn't exactly part of the military code.
Lt. Starbuck: Er, well, if you two hadn't stopped me, I could've caught her.
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Exploration/Theme from Battlestar Galactica
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Composed and Conducted by Stu Phillips
Performed by The Los Angeles Philharmonic
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