A year has elapsed since the Galactica began the voyage of the fugitive Colonial Fleet on their quest for the mythical planet Earth, and fleet wide supplies of fuel are now critically low, to the point where the civilian fleet must shut down ship thrusters and coast through space. Patrolling well ahead of the Fleet, Captain Apollo and Lieutenant Starbuck come under fire - but after a prolonged pursuit their attackers turn out to be Colonial Vipers! These Vipers are flown by Lieutenants Sheba and Bojay, ace pilots from the battlestar Pegasus, a battlestar thought destroyed two years earlier in the Cylon empire's conquest of the allied human world Molecay. Apollo and Starbuck are flown to the Pegasus and meet its legendary commander, Cain. Eventually, the Pegasus reaches a rendezvous with the Galactica and Cain, greeted as a conquering hero for returning from the dead as well as for returning Apollo and Starbuck alive and well, informs Commander Adama about Gomoray, the capital planet ... Written by
Did You Know?
In the early scenes, five Battlestars appear, although only two are clearly named: the Galactica and Atlantia. Faint background radio voices can be heard identifying the other three - Pacifica, Triton, and Acropolis. In "Gun on Ice Planet Zero," Cree mentions the Columbia. In "The Living Legend" a sixth battlestar, Pegasus, is named. The other six remained unnamed. See more
When Cain is shuttling from the Battlestar Pegasus the first time the shuttle that can be seen approaching the Battlestar Galactica has the index GAL156 marked on the side making it a shuttle from Galactica, not Pegasus. See more
Poor Starbuck. Oh well, he still has Athena. And Mirrian and Noday and...
Would you stop? And who told you to listen anyway?
Let's Go Home
End Title" (uncredited)
Composed and Conducted by Stu Phillips
Performed by The Los Angeles Philharmonic See more