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Someone to Watch Over Me 

Kara meets a pianist who reminds her of her father. She tries to play a melody she remembers from her childhood, and a drawing made by Hera helps her. Meanwhile, Boomer is to be tried for ... See full summary »

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Admiral William Adama
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President Laura Roslin
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Lee Adama
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Dr. Gaius Baltar (credit only)
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Number Six / Sonja
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Colonel Saul Tigh
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Captain Karl 'Helo' Agathon
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Ensign Samuel Anders
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Ellen Tigh
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Dr. Cottle
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Tory Foster
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Kara meets a pianist who reminds her of her father. She tries to play a melody she remembers from her childhood, and a drawing made by Hera helps her. Meanwhile, Boomer is to be tried for treason. Tyrol takes her side, and helps her escape. Written by undomiel

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27 February 2009 (USA)  »

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Trivia

When Slick starts trying to write the second movement of his musical piece, the notes he plays for inspiration are the same notes from the start theme tune of the original Battlestar Galactica (1978) TV show. See more »

Goofs

When Boomer is attempting to escape, Hoshi refers to her Raptor as number 719, but moments later tells Hotdog to weapons free on Raptor 219. See more »

Quotes

Slick: [to Starbuck] Listen, you may feel like hell. But, sometimes, lost is where you need to be. Just because you don't know your direction doesn't mean you don't have one.
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References Someone to Watch Over Me (1987) See more »

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Main Title Theme
Written by Richard Gibbs
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Highly Underrated,So say we all.
12 July 2016 | by See all my reviews

'Someone to Watch Over Me' Is No Doubt The Best episode Of Battlestar Galactica,The Greatest Sc-Fi show ever,

"Wow" is the first reaction you will get when This Episode Ends. Not even they managed to keep the tension in the first part of this episode, they managed to almost stop our hearts in middle and blow it at the end. And Honestly That Piano Music Gave us Goosebumps. Every viewer felt as heartbroken as Chief. Cylon or human it does'not matter,A Man(Or Cylon) mad in love can do anything. This show has reached its zenith with this episode, getting into the profound level Of Survival Of Species as we reaching towards finale.


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