The lives of all Galacticans are in the hands of Troy and Dillon after a Cylon warship destroys the space fleet's farm ship, and food supplies have to be replenished immediately from Earth, on "Galactica 1980".

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Captain Troy
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Jamie Hamilton
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Commander Adama
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Dr. Zee (as Patrick Stuart)
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John Steadman
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Gloria Alonzo
Anna Navarro ...
Louise Alonzo
William Cort ...
Trent (as Bill Cort)
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Hector Alonzo
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Rogers
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Chris Alonzo
Andy Jarrell ...
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The lives of all Galacticans are in the hands of Troy and Dillon after a Cylon warship destroys the space fleet's farm ship, and food supplies have to be replenished immediately from Earth, on "Galactica 1980".

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Ana Alicia, who plays Gloria in this episode, previously played Aurora on Battlestar Galactica. See more »

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What the series should have done...
20 April 2007 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

This episode started off with the only decent Cylon battle in the series. The Viper pilots were all new and had freshly designed helmets and all! During the battle the Cylons destroyed or damaged several agro ships leading to a food shortage in the fleet, prompting a first colonial settlement on Earth. The concept of a farming colony on Earth to supply the fleet with food was a brilliant one and could have been explored on a much larger scale. Some of the previous episodes had been a bit silly and not really what the show should have been doing. The episode was the end of a potentially excellent series with Troy and Dillon in. This show had so much potential and room for character development. When are we going to see this on DVD worldwide?


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