D'Anna Biers, a nosy journalist from the Fleet News Service, is preparing an item on the Gideon incident, complaining that no marines or officers were charged for shooting the civilians. Suddenly she's asked by commander Adama and president Roslin to follow daily life on Galactica. She's given full access and is not required to create a positive story. D'Anna agrees with the offer. While some of the crew like Lee Adama dislike what she's doing, Dr. Baltar tries desperately to draw her attention. Biers is more interested in the Gideon story, especially after Tigh is getting a death threat. Meanwhile the air group is still having a shortage of pilots, forcing them to be on duty for 15 hours continuously. Louanne Katraine, one of the pilots, seems to be unable to cope with the stress. Written by
Arnoud Tiele (email@example.com)
Did You Know?
The music accompanying the end of D'anna Biers documentary video on the Galactica, which starts with a janitor whistling the tune and ends in a triumphant fanfare, is the theme song from the original "Battlestar Galactica" (1978). It was last heard during a Viper air show ceremony in the new series' pilot miniseries; within the new series' storyline, the old theme song is the national anthem of sorts for the Colonials. See more
I came to Galactica to tell a story. In all honesty I thought I knew what that story was before I ever set foot there: how an arrogant military let their egos get in the way of doing their jobs, safeguarding the lives of the civillian population. But I found out that the truth was more complex than that. These people aren't Cylons. They're not robots blindly following orders and polishing their boots. They're people. Deeply flawed, yes, but deeply human too, and maybe that's saying the same ...
Music by Stu Phillips
Adapted and Arranged by Bear McCreary See more