The planet's future hangs in the balance when Troy and Dillon alert Galactica that they are pursuing two enemy Cylons bent on commandeering a powerful New York City broadcasting facility to transmit earth's location to their hostile forces in space, which could lead to the destruction of Earth on "Galactica 1980".
Did You Know?
In the sequence where Dillon and Troy stumble upon a stage performance for children, the characters on stage are from Hanna-Barbera studios, but they are dancing to "Zip a Dee Doo Dah", which is from the Disney film "Song of the South". See more
The radio station is on the 70th floor. After the elevator reaches the 32nd floor, Troy and Dillon have to jump the rest of the way one floor at a time. After jumping to the 33rd floor, Troy says, "Only 39 more to go." However, there were 37 floors remaining. See more
[Surprised at the size of human children who has just greeted him a Happy Halloween
Happy Halloween little people.
References Bright Eyes
Zip a Dee Doo Dah
Words by Ray Gilbert
Music by Allie Wrubel
Sung by cast of a musical where Troy and Dillon had hidden from police backstage See more