Shot down by Cylons, Starbuck crash lands on Attila, a planet on the far edge of Omega Sector and finds himself rescued from a phalanx of Cylons by a family of children. Kyle, the young ... See full summary »

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Maren Jensen ...
Lieutenant Athena (credit only)
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Tony Swartz ...
Flight Sergeant Jolly (credit only)
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Charles Bloom ...
Kyle
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Megan
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Brigitte Muller ...
Jonathan B. Woodward ...
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Shot down by Cylons, Starbuck crash lands on Attila, a planet on the far edge of Omega Sector and finds himself rescued from a phalanx of Cylons by a family of children. Kyle, the young leader of these self proclaimed warriors, soon hatches a plan to trade Starbuck to Outpost commander Spectre for his captured father. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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19 November 1978 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The original production title for this episode was "The Young Warriors." Since the episode shown the week before was called "The Magnificent Warriors", the title was changed to "The Young Lords." A novelization by Glen A. Larson and Robert Thurston was published in August 1980 as "Battlestar Galactica 4: The Young Warriors", using the original title. See more »

Goofs

Three incoming Cylon Raiders can be seen on Boomer's scanner but there are four of them in the actual dogfight. See more »

Quotes

Lieutenant Starbuck: Well, I always wanted to meet a woman as long on brains as she was on beauty.
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Edited into Working with the Daggit of '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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A Solid Entry
9 September 2010 | by (Asheville, North Carolina) – See all my reviews

Most of the time, when Dirk Benedict's credit comes up, I think, "Ha ha, more like JERK Benedict!" even though I know it's not funny. For the large part of this series, Benedict's Starburk character has been the unfunny comic relief.

This episode is different, though. Starbuck, shot down on a Cylon-controlled Medieval-era planet, has to rely on his wits and leadership skills, rather than his charm and one-liners, and he shows himself to be an extremely adaptable and talented leader. His character rose a bit in my estimation.

As a bonus, you'll see more Cylons than ever in this episode, as well as "an earlier version" of the Lucifer Cylon, called Spector. It's a lot of fun to watch the two sneeringly jockey for position with Baltar. Of course, when one of you is voiced by Jonathan Harris, there's not much contest, is there? Overall, a good solid entry where the humor and the desperation balance each other well. Recommended.


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