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Battlestar Galactica: Season 2: Episode 7 -- President Roslin treks with her confederates in search of the Tomb of Athena while Commander Adama mounts a rescue mission to Kobol.

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Original Air Date:
26 August 2005 (Season 2, Episode 7)
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Plot:
While Commander Adama tries to join Roslin's team on Kobol, Dr. Baltar's Number Six tells him he's crazy. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Jeff Woolnough 
 
Writing credits
Ronald D. Moore (developed by)

David Eick (written by) &
Ronald D. Moore (written by)

Glen A. Larson (based on the series "Battlestar Galactica" created by)

Carla Robinson  story editor
Joel Anderson Thompson  executive story editor (as Joel Thompson)

Produced by
David Eick .... executive producer
Harvey Frand .... producer
Ron French .... line producer (as Ron E. French)
Toni Graphia .... co-executive producer
Glen A. Larson .... consulting producer
Paul M. Leonard .... associate producer
Ronald D. Moore .... executive producer
Bradley Thompson .... co-producer
Mark Verheiden .... consulting producer
David Weddle .... co-producer
 
Original Music by
Bear McCreary 
 
Cinematography by
Stephen McNutt (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Andrew Seklir 
 
Production Design by
Richard Hudolin 
 
Art Direction by
Doug McLean (supervising art director)
 
Set Decoration by
Jonathan Lancaster 
 
Costume Design by
Glenne Campbell 
 
Makeup Department
Hayley Miller .... makeup artist
Patricia Murray .... key makeup artist
Stacey Butterworth .... wig maker (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Trisha Brunner .... post production supervisor
Ron French .... production manager (as Ron E. French)
Todd Sharp .... executive in charge of production (uncredited)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jennifer Carpenter Hernandez .... third assistant director (as Jennifer Carpenter)
Craig Matheson .... first assistant director
Troy Scott .... third assistant director
Michael Shandley .... second assistant director
Marian Koprada .... trainee assistant director (uncredited)
Wayne Rose .... second unit director (uncredited)
 
Art Department
Felipe Barragan .... set decorator buyer
Perry Battista .... assistant set decorator
Paul Burton .... set decorator coordinator
Chris Claridge .... construction coordinator
Kenneth H. Hawryliw .... property master (as Ken Hawryliw)
Jim Hayes .... construction foreman
Lance Johnson .... assistant props
Michael Love .... assistant props
Ken Rabehl .... assistant art director
Lynn Snedden .... art department coordinator
Tony Soragnese .... lead dresser (as Toni Soragnese)
Ivana Vasak .... assistant art director
Maurice Woodworth .... on set dresser
David Asmodeus .... props buyer (uncredited)
Tracy B. Dunlop .... set dresser (uncredited)
Colin Meacham .... on-set dresser (uncredited)
Ocea Ringrose .... buyer (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Rick Bal .... sound mixer
Vince Balunas .... dialogue editor
Daniel Colman .... sound designer
Daniel Colman .... supervising sound editor
Greg Hewett .... boom operator
Ken Kobett .... re-recording mixer (as Kenneth Kobett)
Doug Madick .... foley artist
Mike Olman .... re-recording mixer (as Michael Olman)
Graham Timmer .... sound assistant
Bill Devine .... adr recordist (uncredited)
Erich Gann .... sound (uncredited)
Sean Keegan .... foley mixer (uncredited)
Rob McIntyre .... adr assistant recordist (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Robert Martin Luther Carter .... special effects assistant (as Rob Carter)
Andrew Chamberlayne .... special effects coordinator (as Andy Chamberlayne)
Stacey Goodman .... special effects assistant
William D. Ryan .... special effects best boy (as Bill Ryan)
Ron Seida .... special effects assistant
 
Visual Effects by
Doug Drexler .... CG supervisor
Mike Gibson .... senior visual effects coordinator (as Michael Gibson)
Gary Hutzel .... visual effects supervisor
Blaine Lougheed .... visual effects coordinator
Ross Woo .... visual effects assistant
Aurore de Blois .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Lane Jolly .... lead compositor (uncredited)
Steve Kullback .... visual effects producer (uncredited)
Kelly Lee Myers .... visual effects consultant (uncredited)
Jose Perez .... visual effects artist (uncredited)
Chris Zapara .... CG supervisor (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Duane Dickinson .... stunt coordinator
Mike Mitchell .... stunt coordinator
Lani Gelera .... stunts (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Murray Chysyk .... Genny operator
Robert DeVitt .... second assistant: "b" camera (as Robb DeVitt)
Ryan Gillard .... first assistant: "b" camera (as Ryan S. Gillard)
Curt Griebel .... key grip
Joel Guthro .... camera operator: "a" camera
Jason Haycock .... camera trainee
Neil McBride .... best boy grip
Jordan Neifer .... dolly grip
Guy Paterson .... rigging gaffer (as Guy Patterson)
Richard Porta .... second assistant: "a" camera
Niel Rasmussen .... key grip: c unit
Don Saari .... gaffer
Mike Sankey .... HD technician
Tim Spencer .... camera operator: "b" camera
Tim Spencer .... steadicam operator
Chris Thompson .... first assistant: "a" camera
Jeff Trebenski .... best boy electric
Darin Wong .... dolly grip
Paul Akehurst .... lightboard operator (uncredited)
Lawrence Lau .... playback operator (uncredited)
Andrew Mackie .... best boy rigging grip (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Heike Brandstatter .... casting: Canada
Eric Dawson .... casting: Los Angeles
James Forsyth .... extras casting
Carol Kritzer .... casting: Los Angeles
Coreen Mayrs .... casting: Canada
Robin Stone .... casting coordinator: Canada
Robert J. Ulrich .... casting: Los Angeles (as Robert Ulrich)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Pamela Cameron .... costume supervisor
Cali Newcomen .... asst. costume designer
Glenna Owen .... asst. costume designer
 
Editorial Department
Dan Judy .... color timer
Christine Kim .... assistant editor
Gregg Tilson .... post production coordinator
Joe Finley .... final colorist (uncredited)
Eric Lea .... visual effects editor (uncredited)
 
Location Management
Kelly Boulding .... location assistant
Dale Bredeson .... location assistant
Barbara Copp .... location assistant
Tisha Simpkins .... assistant location manager
Kent Sponagle .... location manager
Devin Senft .... assistant location manager (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Michael Baber .... music editor
Robert Fernandez .... orchestral engineer
Richard Gibbs .... composer: theme music
Steve Kaplan .... scoring engineer
Chris Bleth .... musician: ethnic woodwinds (uncredited)
Paul Cartwright .... musician: violin (uncredited)
M.B. Gordy .... musician: percussion (uncredited)
Eric Rigler .... musician: uilleann pipes (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Lawrence Albright .... transportation captain
Bill Janssen .... transportation coordinator
Mitch LaFleur .... transportation captain
 
Other crew
Anthony Alvaro .... production assistant
Ron Blecker .... military tech advisor
Laurie Boyle .... production accountant
Rhiannon A. Charles .... asst. production coordinator (as Rhiannon Charles)
Reva Clavier .... assistant accountant
Peter Conway .... craft service
Peter Conway .... medic
Maril Davis .... asst.: Mr. Moore
Seamus Kevin Fahey .... assistant to writers (as Kevin Fahey)
Ross Framo .... computer coordinator
Ross Framo .... video playback coordinator
Kevin R. Grazier .... science advisor (as Kevin Grazier)
James Halpern .... asst.: Mr. Eick
Dave Hoodless .... payroll accountant
Jerry Hultsch .... consultant
Annie Jackson .... production assistant
Corey Jones .... script supervisor
Jennifer Lloyd .... accounting clerk
Tony Lort .... accounting clerk
Qadesh Markowski .... 2nd asst. production coordinator
Rosemarie Martin .... accounting clerk
Sian McArthur .... asst. to the producers (as Siân McArthur)
Justin McGowan .... production assistant
Ryan Mottesheard .... script coordinator
Andrew Seklir .... main title design
Jennifer Tanami-Hendriks .... production coordinator
Rey Astronomo .... computer/video playback operator (uncredited)
Jessica Feskun .... production assistant (uncredited)
Robert Gauvin .... stand-in (uncredited)
Brian J. McNamara .... opening tiles, locators, end credits (uncredited)
 

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Glen A. Larson  creator: "Battlestar Galactica"
Ronald D. Moore  developed by

Casting by
Liz Dean 
 
Makeup Department
J.P. Mass .... fabricator
Carole Simcox .... day-check makeup artist
Bill Terezakis .... special makeup designer
Vince Yoshida .... fabricator
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Trevor Brokop .... trainee assistant second unit director
Mark D. Currie .... first assistant director: second unit
Mindy Heslin .... second assistant director
Mindy Heslin .... second unit director
Cy Peck .... trainee assistant director
 
Art Department
Clayton Allen .... set dresser
Jonathan Lancaster .... assistant set decorator
John Lavoie .... paint foreman
 
Sound Department
Julie Altus .... adr recordist
Robert Carr .... sound mix technician
Wendy Czajkowsky .... adr mixer: Vancouver (various episodes)
Donald Lyles .... adr mixer
Dennis Petersen .... sound recordist
Shannon Potter .... adr recordist
Dean St. John .... adr mixer
 
Visual Effects by
Nadine Blackler .... compositor: Atmosphere VFX
Kristen Branan .... head of production
Steve Graves .... digital artist: Zoic Studios
James Hibbert .... modeller
Jeremy Kehler .... digital compositor
Patrick Killik .... modeller
Don W. Kim .... digital compositor
Scott Kingston .... modeller
Jaye Krebs .... digital compositor
Mark Lipsmeyer .... tracker/matchmover: Zoic Studios
George Loucas .... digital compositor
Geoffrey Mark .... 3D animator
Tannis Mathers .... digital artist: Atmosphere VFX
Scott Paquin .... animator
Scott Paquin .... visual effects generalist
Kevin Quattro .... digital artist
Emile Edwin Smith .... digital effects supervisor
R. Matt Smith .... digital compositor
David Stone .... render wrangler: Zoic Studios (multiple episodes) (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Ed Anders .... stunt performer
Nickolas Baric .... stunt double
Mark Chin .... stunt performer
Janina Dall .... stunt double
Mike Desabrais .... stunts
Monique Ganderton .... stunt double
Christopher Gordon .... stunt double: Lee Adama/Jamie Bamber
Kit Mallet .... stunts
Phillip Mitchell .... stunts
Jovan Nenadic .... stunts
Darryl Quon .... wire technician
Jeff Sanca .... stunt performer
Sylvesta Stuart .... stunt performer
Angela Uyeda .... stunt double: Grace Park
Clay Virtue .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Mike Carpenter .... rigging grip
Roberto W. Contreras D. .... camera operator: additional units
Lance White .... digital video assist operator
 
Animation Department
Richard A. Payne .... digital artist
Adrian Van Der Park .... supervising animator
 
Casting Department
Andy Henry .... casting associate: Los Angeles
Garrett McGuire .... casting associate
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Katherine Wigzell .... truck costumer (2005)
 
Other crew
Zoe Gauvreau .... production coordinator: second unit
Lee Jeffery .... stand-in
Carol Marks-George .... unit publicist
Robert Murphy .... production steward
Dianna Musil .... union representative
Jamie Osborne .... production assistant
Ryf Van Rij .... stand-in
 
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Additional Details

Runtime:
Netherlands:60 min (including commercials)
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Opening credits say there are 47,855 human survivors.See more »
Goofs:
Crew or equipment visible: Two plastic water bottles on the floor to the left of the door as Baltar exits the cell.See more »
Quotes:
Doctor Cottle:[to Gaius Baltar on an MRI table, who just had an outburst of yelling at no-one present ] Will you stop going crazy in there?
Doctor Gaius Baltar:[in the most paranoid voice imaginable] I'm not crazy!
See more »
Soundtrack:
Main Title ThemeSee more »

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1 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
At least they're consistent..., 21 April 2015
Author: Rui del-Negro from Portugal

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

Galactica's plots got progressively worse (and the characters' behaviour progressively more illogical) as time went by and as new writers were called in to "pad" the series to the number of episodes the network requested, but one thing still made me have faith in the original writers.

The really memorable plot twists are the ones that have been hiding in plain sight since the beginning. The recording in Coppola's "The Conversation", Keyser Söze in "The Usual suspects", or Onoff's real circumstances in Tornatore's much-imitated "Una Pura Formalità".

And since it was revealed that Apollo's arrow was the key that would unlock the map to Earth, I was secretly hoping that Ronald D. Moore (who wrote the excellent pilot episodes, as well as this one) was getting ready to pull one of those.

The physical object that Starbuck had retrieved from the museum would turn out to have the Caprican equivalent of "Made in Hong Kong" printed on the bottom, it would prove completely useless, and everyone would be disappointed and frustrated.

And then Starbuck would do the kind of thing she does. She'd get mad, she'd shout something about all the fraking people who had fraking died for that fraking piece of fraking plastic, she'd punch through some fake wall, and the map would be revealed

And everyone would suddenly realise that she (the best pilot in the fleet, Lee Adama's greatest weapon, the one who always hits the target) was Apollo's arrow. That she was part of the prophecy. That the answer had been hiding in plain sight all along.

But no. She got a bejewelled goldish arrow from a museum, put it in a statue's hand, and everyone got magically teleported to a room showing a nonsensical "map" that ignores the most basic principles of astronomy.

It's official: Galactica's writers aren't just bad at science and logic, they're also bad at drama.

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