Battlestar Galactica was a science fiction TV series in the 70s and 80s and then again in the 2000s. The Battlestar Galactica franchise includes novels, comic books, a board game, and video games.
Will there be battlestar galactica season 5 come out?
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Is the 1970s TV show 'Battlestar Galactica' still on television?
There are still re-runs on some channels, I have seen them advertised on the channel guide, but they are usually very late at night, and all you can get during "normal" waking hours is the new series. See this site for more information about Battlestar Galactica: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battlestar_Galactica. Also, if you have money to burn, the original series and the 1980 series are both available on DVD. :)
Where can you watch 'Battlestar Galactica' online for free?
How many seasons did battlestar galactica run for?
Is season 3 of battlestar galactica available?
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How many episodes of original Battlestar Galactica?
When is the next Battlestar Galactica episode?
Why do they say frak in battlestar galactica?
We can assume that, as it follows citizens from the twelve colonies of humanity who haven't lived on Earth, (despite bearing striking similarities to us in other ways) the word "frak" is their own version of our similar profanity, "f**k". It is also derived from the original Battlestar Galactica, where the word "frack" was used as a substitute for "darn" or "s**t, mostly to comply with broadcast decency standards at the time. Hope that answered your question :)
Why are certain seasons better for trees than other seasons?
Trees have a difficult time dealing with cold or extreme heat. Moisture cannot be transported up to the ends of the branches when it is cold and that is why they drop their leaves in the fall, " lose the leaves to save the tree ". The same goes for extreme heat, so much moisture is being lost through evaporation from the leaves that the tree will begin to drop them in an effort to save itself. What is true for deciduous trees is also true to an extent for coniferous trees as well. They are better suited for cold climate with a very thick sap and slender leaves that limit moisture loss but the heat will prompt a major loss of needles in the summer.
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Who portrayed Starbuck on the original Battlestar Galactica 1978-79?
Who are the cylons in battlestar galactica?
With two different versions of Battlestar Galactica - the 1978-80 version created by Glen Larson and the 2003-8 version created by Ronald Moore - there are two different types of Cylons. In the 1978-80 version the Cylons are a race of fully-evolved saurian beings who allowed themselves to be overcome by their own technology (in the episode "War Of The Gods" it is strongly inferred that the mysterious Count Iblis had a hand in this; subsequent stories in comic book adaptations in the 1990s fully explored Iblis' role in the creation of the Cylons) and were transmuted from living beings to armored cybernauts, led by Imperious Leader, a machine being swathed in the reptilian husk of his previous incarnation as a living being. There are civilian Cylons who control the empire's far-flung worlds (viewed briefly in the episode "The Living Legend") and the warrior class of armored knights sporting red eye scanners. They are commanded by the IL series of sentient computer beings; Lucifer, the second-in-command of Baltar (played by John Colicos in the 1978-80 series and revived for the 1999 promotional film), is the best-known of Cylon ILs. The 2003-8 version features the Cylons as a race of machines created by humans who rebelled and then took over technology to create organic clones. Overall, there are 12 Cylon "human-like" models, although some people have predicted that when Earth is found in the fourth and final season, a 13th Cylon will be revealed, echoing the theme of the Thirteen Human Colonies, Earth being the 13th planet. Taken from Wikipedia: "Cylon society is made up of the seven known, mass-produced humanoid models. For a yet unrevealed reason, the final five Cylons are completely unknown to both the humans and the Cylons, and Cylons are forbidden from trying to discover their identities." Although "forbidden", one story line involves a Number Three (D'Anna, played by Lucy Lawless) killing herself trying to meet and communicate with the "Final Five". By the end of Season 3, all but the last of the unknown "final five" Cylons are revealed, leaving 11 known and one left as a mystery from her "between death" explorations. It is assumed this last unknown Cylon will be the "Number One" - the use of numbers in relation to the Patrick McGoohan series "The Prisoner" has been discussed at length, where "Number One" is never revealed. In the first episodes, we learn that Gaius Baltar's lover Caprica is a "Number Six", played by Tricia Helfer; Lucy Lawless, who first appears as a newspaper reporter D'Anna Biers, is a Number Three, and Sharon "Boomer" Agathon nee Valerii is a Number Eight, played by Grace Park. Others include a shorter, brown-haired "Business" type named Aaron Doral who is a Number Five and played by Matthew Bennett; a semi-religious unit often called The Preacher named Brother Cavil, an old man whose Number is unknown and played by well-known movie actor Dean Stockwell, as is the Number of a tall, shaved-head black man named Simon and acted by Rick Worthy. In the third season, Baltar learns he is not a Cylon when he tries to hang himself and almost dies rather than be resurrected. Although the "virtual Caprica" that Baltar often fantasies about mentions several times in Season Three that he is "The Chosen One", it seems this does not mean he is a Cylon. The final episodes of Season Three, "Crossroads I & II" reveals four of the Final Five: Samuel T. "Sam" Anders, a former star Pyramid player for the Caprica Buccaneers who is married to Starbuck and led the resistance on Caprica after the attack, acted by Michael Trucco; Galon "Chief" Tyrol, a Number Twelve who could be compared to Scotty from the original Star Trek and is played by Aaron Douglas; the Galactica's XO Saul Tigh who led the resistance on New Caprica, acted by Michael Hogan, and finally Tory Foster, the assistance to The President, played by Rekha Sharma. None of whom had any idea they were Cylons, much like Sharon "Boomer" in the first season, who later chooses to "be human" and pledges her allegiance to the Colonial Fleet and human race, and is promoted to a Leutenent. Referencing the movie "Razor" where a Cylon who is a very, very old man but humanoid warns that Kara "Starbuck" Thrace will "lead the human race to its end" and that she has been told by a "seer" as well as a Cylon that she "has a destiny" the odds are bet that she will turn out to be the final unknown Cylon, but this is all conjecture as the fourth season has not yet been aired.
In what order should you watch the seasons of Battlestar Galactica?
The corect view order of the Battlestar Galactica series : 1. Miniseries (pilot episodes) (2003) 2. Season 01 (2004) 3. Season 02 4. Webisodes : The resistance (2006) 5. Season 03 6. Webisodes : Razor Flashbacks (2007) 7. BsG Razor (the movie) (2007) 8. Season 04 (watch until episode 10) 9. Webisodes : The Face of the Enemy (2008) 10. Season 04 (episodes 11-20) (2009)