Starbuck's unplanned double-date with Cassiopeia and Athena on the recently-reopened luxury liner Rising Star is interrupted when the Galactica picks up long-range transmission traffic indicting human life in a distant solar system on the other side of a vast asteroid dust field. Starbuck is recalled to duty to pilot the Starchaser, an up-powered reconnaissance viper denuded of weaponry and bearing a voice-activated computer - Computer, Oral Response Activated, known simply as CORA - that can handle the vast increase in performance in the new viper. Starbuck is enthralled by the new viper, but less enthusiastic about CORA, who bears a personality that grates on Starbucks nerves. Starbuck picks up two star-craft from hundreds of years vintage and in the process he is double-crossed and knocked unconscious by a smuggler of liquor. Starbuck later finds himself incarcerated on Proteus, a prison planetoid that is a surviving body from hundreds of such penal facilities scattered through the... Written by
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Baltar returns -- albeit briefly -- after having been left trapped in the rubble on Kobol in Part II of "Lost Planet of the Gods." See more
In a shot during the battle with the Cylon fighters, Starbuck is wearing his Colonial Viper helmet instead of his recon helmet. See more
Where am I?
Proteus Prison. Oh, ah, I'm Assault 9. That's Forger 7 round the corner there. Embezzler 10 down the... down the block there and eh... Adulteress 58, I see you've already met. And, our children of course.
Let's Go Home
End Title" (uncredited)
Composed and Conducted by Stu Phillips
Performed by The Los Angeles Philharmonic See more