When three of the children Troy and Dillon brought to Earth get sick after drinking some water from a lake. The doctor who treats them says that the water was polluted with a toxic waste which was dumped by a corporation. The doctor says there's nothing he can do for them but Troy asks him to keep alive because he plans to call the Galactica for help. When Dr. Zee learns of what happened he decides to go to Earth himself, which Adama objects to. But Zee insists and goes.
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During their farewell conversation, Adama addresses Troy as Boxey. This would be the last reference to Troy's childhood name of Boxey from the original series. See more
When the sheriff and deputies leave to go to the camp, they take the police car and police Blazer parked in front of the police station. The vehicles are taken at the camp and not recovered for some time, yet each view of the police station have both vehicles parked in front. See more
[Leading Mr. Stockton in
Commander Adama, if I may intrude. This is Mr. Stockton, the man responsible for the chemical by-products we mentioned in our transmission.
How do you do, Your Honor? Um, Majesty - Eminence.
Eminence. Um - I only work there. I'm not really responsible.
We are all responsible.
Yes. We have lips so that we may speak. We have eyes so that we may see. Does it not follow, ironically, that there must be some purpose for the brain?
Written by John Stewart
Performed by Anne Murray See more