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Battlestar Galactica

Seasons: 4
Episodes: 73
User ratings: 140,234
Average rating: 8.7

Action, Adventure, Drama, Sci-Fi

When an old enemy, the Cylons, resurface and obliterate the 12 colonies, the crew of the aged Galactica protect a small civilian fleet - the last of humanity - as they journey toward the fabled 13th colony, Earth.

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Following the destruction of the Colonies, the refugee fleet led by Galactica has been relentlessly chased by the Cylons who pop up every 33 minutes to attack again, and have been doing so for five days straight. 33 minutes gives them barely long enough to calculate a jump and distribute the coordinates to each ship. The perpetual attacks and jumps to escape prevent anyone from sleeping for very long, even if they aren't involved in keeping the fleet moving. The equipment is also stressed to the point that, finally, a passenger ship called the 'Olympic Carrier' is left behind, rebooting their jump computer when the jump is executed. When the Olympic Carrier suddenly jumps in to rejoin the fleet some time later, it seems certain that the ship must have been infiltrated.
User ratings: 2,218
Average rating: 8.5
Boomer awakes in Galactica completely wet and when she seeks a towel in her bag, she finds a bomb. She disarms the detonator and when she brings them back to the arsenal, she finds that six other detonators are missing. While the trembling Boomer is telling Chief Galen Tyrol about her findings, the portside tanks of Galactica explode. With the loss of 60% of the water provision, Commander Adama rations the supply and sends the Raptors to search water in the nearby planets. Meanwhile in the destroyed Caprica, Lieutenant Helo is rescued by another version of Boomer.
User ratings: 1,658
Average rating: 7.7
Bastille Day
Deciding to use the thousand prisoners on a prison transport ship to mine the ice on the planet they've found, Galactica's plans are upset when a political prisoner onboard leads an uprising, taking hostages. He questions the legitimacy of Roslin's government and demands free elections to be held in the fleet.
User ratings: 1,607
Average rating: 7.6
Act of Contrition
A freak accident on the Galactica Flight Deck leads to the death of 13 pilots. 'Starbuck' is charged with training new pilots, but must first put to bed the guilt she still holds over the death of her fiancée, Zak Adama. Meanwhile, back on Caprica, 'Helo' and 'Boomer' find the source of the military signal.
User ratings: 1,557
Average rating: 7.7
You Can't Go Home Again
Starbuck has been shot down over a barren moon, and must be rescued before she runs out of oxygen. Adama become obsessed with trying to save her even when all hope seems lost, putting the fleet at risk. Meanwhile, Starbuck finds the Cylon Raider she shot down, and tries to learn how to fly it so she can escape.
User ratings: 1,587
Average rating: 8.1
A humanoid Cylon straps himself with explosives and commits a suicide bombing in a crowded hallway on Galactica. Roslin and Adama are forced to publicly reveal that the Cylons now have models that look like humans, and a wave of paranoia spreads over the fleet as everyone starts being suspected of being a Cylon.
User ratings: 1,465
Average rating: 7.6
Six Degrees of Separation
After Baltar has an argument with the vision of Number Six he sees in his head, a physical copy of Cylon model Number Six shows up in Galactica's CIC claiming to be a woman named Shelley Godfrey who has evidence that proves that Baltar has betrayed humanity...except that she's trying to frame him for an act of pre-attack sabotage.
User ratings: 1,450
Average rating: 7.7
Flesh and Bone
A humanoid Cylon is captured in the fleet, a copy of the Leoben model, who claims that he has planted a nuclear bomb in the Fleet before he was captured. Starbuck is tasked with interrogating him, which soon becomes a battle of wills as Starbuck has her marines to torture the Cylon to try to break him.
User ratings: 1,458
Average rating: 8.0
Tigh Me Up, Tigh Me Down
After the interrogated Cylon gave Roslin the idea that Adama might be a Cylon, Roslin becomes suspicious of him. Unexpectedly, Colonel Tigh's estranged wife Ellen turns up alive in the fleet, apparently miraculously, raising the possibility that she might be a Cylon.
User ratings: 1,427
Average rating: 7.5
The Hand of God
The fleet is running out of tylium fuel and will soon not have enough to keep running from the Cylons, when they find an asteroid with several years worth of tylium ore...unfortunately, the Cylons have already built a mining base on it.
User ratings: 1,462
Average rating: 8.3
Colonial Day
President Roslin has rebuilt a new Quorum of Twelve, the legislative branch of the government, but terrorist leader/political dissident Tom Zarek is elected as a member, and immediately motions that the Quorum vote to appoint a new Vice President, and runs for the office.
User ratings: 1,367
Average rating: 7.5
Kobol's Last Gleaming: Part 1
Galactica stumbles upon Kobol, the long-lost home world of humanity that the 13 Tribes came from, which legend says holds the only clues to the location of Earth. Roslin convinces Starbuck to steal the captured Cylon raider and return to Cylon-occupied Caprica with it to retrieve a religious artifact that will unlock the secrets on Kobol.
User ratings: 1,411
Average rating: 8.2
Kobol's Last Gleaming: Part 2
Infuriated that Roslin usurped his command by ordering Starbuck to steal the captured Raider, Adama decides that his only option is to storm Colonial One with marines and terminate her presidency. Starbuck reaches Caprica and finds the Arrow of Apollo in a museum, but she has to go through a copy of Number Six to get it.
User ratings: 1,505
Average rating: 8.7
As the premiere for the second season unfolds, Adama lay dying leaving Tigh in command. Lee and Roslin have been sent to the brig. An emergency jump goes wrong leaving the Galactica alone in space without the fleet.
User ratings: 1,358
Average rating: 8.1
Valley of Darkness
A Cylon virus is interfering with Galactica's power supply, while Cylon centurions are heading for crucial systems. Somehow they must be stopped.
User ratings: 1,314
Average rating: 7.8
Tigh has problems with the responsibility of being a leader, president Roslin loses control without chamalla. The Kobol team discovers a Cylon battery.
User ratings: 1,280
Average rating: 7.8
Tigh's decision to impose martial law is protested in the fleet as well as on Galactica. On Caprica, Helo and Starbuck meet other humans.
User ratings: 1,277
Average rating: 7.9
The Farm
Starbuck finds herself wounded in a hospital on Caprica where she is suspicious about her doctor. President Roslin makes an appeal to the fleet to follow her to Kobol.
User ratings: 1,267
Average rating: 7.6
Home: Part 1
Starbuck, Helo and Boomer bring back the Arrow of Apollo, but Boomer doesn't seem welcome. Commander Adama wants to keep the fleet divided and appoints a new CAG.
User ratings: 1,272
Average rating: 7.9
Home: Part 2
While Commander Adama tries to join Roslin's team on Kobol, Dr. Baltar's Number Six tells him he's crazy.
User ratings: 1,306
Average rating: 8.2
Final Cut
Journalist D'Anna Biers is making an item on the Gideon incident, when she's asked by Adama and Roslin to film daily life on Galactica.
User ratings: 1,332
Average rating: 7.5
Flight of the Phoenix
While Tyrol decides to start building a new fighter, the Cylon virus is rearing its ugly head again. Boomer tells it means a large Cylon attack is imminent.
User ratings: 1,289
Average rating: 8.1
Gallactica meets Pegasus, and Adama's command is threatened when the captain of Pegasus outranks him. A joyous celebration turns sour at some of the secrets emerging out of the differences of the two crews, and Baltar meets a familiar Cylon prisoner aboard Pegasus.
User ratings: 1,632
Average rating: 8.9
Resurrection Ship: Part 1
Adama and Cain find common ground when Starbuck returns with footage of the Cylon ship. Roslin negotiates a temporary truce, while Starbuck plans an attack.
User ratings: 1,418
Average rating: 8.6
Resurrection Ship: Part 2
Galactica and Pegasus prepare the attack against the Resurrection Ship, led by Starbuck, now a Captain. But Starbuck has their own trouble: she might be forced to kill Admiral Cain, while Cain is also planning to murder Commander Adama. Meanwhile, Gaius Baltar starts getting obsessed with the Number Six replica that is kept in Pegasus.
User ratings: 1,478
Average rating: 8.8
President Roslin, who is about to die, believes Sharon's baby is dangerous and orders it must die. Meanwhile, a terrorist group inside the fleet starts to ask for a peace negotiation with the cylons.
User ratings: 1,236
Average rating: 7.3
Black Market
Apollo investigates the murder of one of the crew and falls for a young prostitute, whom he vows to save from the rogue ship dealing with the Black Market. As well as confronting the bad guys, Apollo has to confront some past mistakes.
User ratings: 1,432
Average rating: 6.3
This is an episode about loss. Kat and Starbuck confront each other about their piloting skills and each vow to kill Scar (a Cylon spaceship) before the other.
User ratings: 1,370
Average rating: 7.2
A terrorist attacks and holds several key people hostage and threatens to murder them unless she is given the Cylon prisoner.
User ratings: 1,279
Average rating: 6.9
The Captain's Hand
Two of Pegasus' raptors go missing after a suspicious distress call. President Roslin must make a decision on abortion that could hurt her political career.
User ratings: 1,238
Average rating: 7.6
The Cylon baby is finally born, leading to some political decisions being made. Meanwhile, the Cylons on Caprica contemplate life and humans when they meet up with a certain human from a previous episode. This story explores the Cylon world.
User ratings: 1,396
Average rating: 8.4
Lay Down Your Burdens: Part 1
While Dr. Baltar is behind in the polls for the election and tries desperately to turn things around, Starbuck is planning a mission to rescue Anders from Caprica.
User ratings: 1,239
Average rating: 7.9
Lay Down Your Burdens: Part 2
The group on Caprica is under fire by the Cylons, but suddenly they stop. With only one ship's votes to be counted, Roslin is way behind in the elections.
User ratings: 1,436
Average rating: 8.6
Tigh, Tyrol and Anders lead the Resistance on New Caprica to increasingly deadly attacks against the Cylons. Kara finds herself trapped in a new life with Leoben Conoy, and Duck makes a fateful decision. Meanwhile on Galactica, Adama struggles with the question of whether to return to New Caprica to mount a rescue attempt.
User ratings: 1,547
Average rating: 8.1
Adama plans to return to New Caprica and drop off a surprising person to act as a liaison between Galactica and the Resistance. Tigh's insistence on the use of suicide bombers and ever escalating violence stuns even the fellow leaders of the Resistance. Eventually, the suicide bombings cause the Cylon occupiers to crackdown on their human subjects.
User ratings: 1,359
Average rating: 8.1
Exodus: Part 1
Sharon helps to organize the Resistance as Adama heads to New Caprica aboard Galactica for a daring rescue operation. Lee disagrees with Adama's plan to return to New Caprica, arguing that they need to focus on the survival of humanity. He sees the rescue mission as a one-way trip.
User ratings: 1,338
Average rating: 8.2
Exodus: Part 2
Tigh must decide the fate of his wife Ellen after the assistance she rendered to the Cylons. Lee struggles with his assignment to protect the civilian fleet on its journey toward Earth while Adama returns to New Caprica with just the Galactica. The Resistance coordinates an attack on the Cylons just as Galactica arrives. As the Cylons begin to lose control, Number Three (D'Anna Biers) vows to put a final end to the New Caprican experiment.
User ratings: 1,868
Average rating: 9.1
Tyrol participates in the Circle, a secret tribunal on Galactica that tries and convicts in absentia those accused of collaborating with the Cylons during the Occupation. The death sentences--administered without the knowledge of Roslin or Adama--begin to weigh on Tyrol's conscience. Baltar faces a similar jury among the Cylons, who must decide whether he is allowed to stay with them.
User ratings: 1,276
Average rating: 8.1
The Galactica encounters a Cylon Basestar devastated by a deadly virus. Lingering feelings of rage lead Saul Tigh and Kara Thrace to cause problems aboard Galactica between the survivors from New Caprica and those who stayed with the fleet during the Occupation. Baltar tries to convince the Cylons of his value to them in an attempt to stay alive.
User ratings: 1,241
Average rating: 7.8
A Measure of Salvation
The Galactica discovers the abandoned Cylon Basestar and learns that the Cylons have been infected by a virus they acquired from a beacon floating in space. The team returns to Galactica with some of the surviving but very ill Cylons. Dr. Cottle determines that humans are immune to the virus but Athena has to stay in quarantine. Cottle also determines that the virus is a fairly simple form of encephalitis for which he can easily create a vaccine. Apollo argues in favor of using the virus to destroy the Cylon race once and for all while Helo argues that to do so is a crime against humanity. In questioning one of the Cylons, they also learn that Baltar is alive and has given the Cylons his navigation charts. Meanwhile, Gaius Baltar's deception is discovered and the Cylons are prepared to dispose of him, but not before they get as much information as possible from him about the virus.
User ratings: 1,209
Average rating: 7.6
A figure from Adama's past returns to haunt him. His return raises questions about why the Cylons launched their initial attack against the Twelve Colonies.
User ratings: 1,229
Average rating: 7.3
Unfinished Business
A look at the events that took place during the year-long gap from the storyline in the Season Two finale. The story reveals the reasons for the rift between Kara ("Starbuck") and Lee ("Apollo").
User ratings: 1,631
Average rating: 7.5
The Passage
The Colonial fleet makes a harrowing journey. Kat plays a vital role in the success or failure of the passage.
User ratings: 1,232
Average rating: 7.5
The Eye of Jupiter
The crew of Galactica makes a stop at the barren Algae planet.
User ratings: 1,213
Average rating: 8.0
The Cylons descend upon the re-supply mission as the Chief races to decipher the markings in the temple believed to hold The Eye of Jupiter, a sacred icon that is believed to contain a map to Earth.
User ratings: 1,222
Average rating: 8.2
Taking a Break from All Your Worries
Baltar plays a game of cat and mouse with Adama and the President, thinking they will kill him once they've gotten out of him what they want to know. Lee deals with his feelings for Kara, while struggling to hang on to his marriage.
User ratings: 1,181
Average rating: 7.7
The Woman King
When a group of refugees board Galactica with a curable illness, it becomes very mysterious when they begin to die after taking the injection they do not believe in.
User ratings: 1,248
Average rating: 6.9
A Day in the Life
The Chief and his wife get trapped in an airlock on a routine maintenance job, while the Admiral copes with his wedding anniversary and the memories of his ex-wife.
User ratings: 1,206
Average rating: 6.9
Dirty Hands
When the head of the fuel production plant holds the fleet hostage by providing unsafe fuel, he's arrested for treason, which results in the Chief sent to the ship and held responsible for getting the plant back up and running.
User ratings: 1,211
Average rating: 7.5
The Admiral is forced to make the decision of whether to ground Kara Thrace when she begins to show signs of an oncoming nervous breakdown.
User ratings: 1,370
Average rating: 7.9
The Son Also Rises
Besides having to deal with the loss of Kara Thrace, the crew of the Galactica is also charged with the security surrounding the trial of Dr. Baltar and his defense attorney, who is replacing one lawyer that has already been killed.
User ratings: 1,197
Average rating: 7.6
Crossroads: Part 1
Baltar goes on trial for his life, and it affects everyone from Lee on up to the president.
User ratings: 1,295
Average rating: 8.4
Crossroads: Part 2
Coincidences creates new alliances aboard Galactica.
User ratings: 2,122
Average rating: 9.2
He That Believeth in Me
The Galactica engages the Cylon fleet that has suddenly appeared and are losing the battle. After scanning Sam Anders however, they immediately stop the attack and the ships jump into hyperspace. Everyone aboard the Galactica is dumbstruck at the return of Starbuck. She thinks she's been away for only a few hours but in fact it's been over two months. Her Viper is new and doesn't have a mark on it. The President orders her detained until they can figure out just what is going on. She repeats her claim that she has been to Earth and can show them the way to get there. Every time the fleet jumps into hyperspace however, she senses that they are going the wrong way. She decides to confront President Roslin. Gaius Baltar meanwhile has been led off to a part of the ship where his followers have created a safe haven - and a place of worship with him as the central deity with healing powers.
User ratings: 1,345
Average rating: 8.5
Six of One
Starbuck (Katee Sackhoff) and Laura Roslin (Mary McDonnell) face off with a gun between them, Lee Adama (Jamie Bamber) says goodbye to the Galactica, violent conflict breaks out between the seven models aboard Cylon Basestar, and Gaius Baltar (James Callis) is directly pulled into the "Final Five" situation.
User ratings: 1,110
Average rating: 8.1
The Ties That Bind
The media is onto the absence of the Demetrius and the President is finding it difficult to fend off their enquiries. Tom Zarek thinks there's more to it that is publicly known and provides Caprica's new representative on the Quorum of Twelve, Lee Adama, with information on a sensitive subject he could use against President Roslin. The Demetrius meanwhile has been gone for just over three weeks and has yet to have any success in locating Earth. Several of the officers on board are starting to lose confidence in what Starbuck is doing. The battle for control among the Cylons continues and turns into an all-out war. When Cally finds a note for Tyrol to meet in a weapons locker, she follows him and overhears that he is a Cylon. She can see only one way out for herself and her child.
User ratings: 1,102
Average rating: 8.0
Escape Velocity
Gaius Baltar causes intense unrest within the fleet when he begins to openly promote belief in the Cylon god. Colonel Tigh, Galen Tyrol, and Tory Foster argue over how far they should go to ensure their secret is not revealed.
User ratings: 1,056
Average rating: 7.6
The Road Less Traveled
When a Heavy-Raider manned by Leoben Conoy docks aboard the Demetrius, confrontations form between the crew over the possibility of a truce with Cylon rebels, while Starbuck puts her trust in an old enemy.
User ratings: 1,025
Average rating: 7.6
Helo has relieved Starbuck of command but not everyone agrees and Lt. Gaeta is shot. A compromise is reached and Starbuck, Athena and Anders take Leoben to see if his story checks out. They follow Leoben's coordinate and find space filled with destroyed Cylon ships. Satisfied that Leoben has been telling them the truth about the Cylon civil war, they decide to connect the Raptor's FTL to the Basestar and return to the Demetrius. Before they can do so, one of the Number 6's recognizes a member of the crew and takes her revenge. When Starbuck meets the ship's Hybrid, she doesn't understand the message entirely but it's apparent that they must find D'Anna Biers and the Final 5 if they are to find Earth. Back at the fleet, President Roslin is suffering from the effects of her cancer treatment and has long conversations with another patient, Emily Kowalsky, who is a convert to Gaius Baltar's monotheistic preachings.
User ratings: 1,089
Average rating: 8.1
Guess What's Coming to Dinner
A shaky alliance between the Colonial Fleet and Cylon rebels is put to the test when the two groups combine efforts to take out a Cylon "Resurrection Hub". Meanwhile, Athena loses control when Hera becomes unnaturally drawn to Natalie.
User ratings: 1,166
Average rating: 8.7
Sine Qua Non
President Roslin's abduction by the Cylon Hybrid triggers a bitter power struggle within the Colonial Fleet.
User ratings: 1,037
Average rating: 7.8
The Hub
The Cylon rebel Basestar with President Roslin and Gaius Baltar aboard continues to jump through hyperspace. Each time it does so, Laura Roslin has a vision where she meets Elosha who show Laura the day she dies. When not jumping through space, both Laura and Gaius try to communicate with the Hybrid to learn more information from her. It's all very cryptic however. They decide to proceed with the attack on the Cylon resurrection hub but there is considerable distrust between the Cylon pilots and their human counterparts. Helo pilots a Raptor aboard the hub to retrieve D'Anna Biers and once away, manage to nuke the hub, now making it impossible to regenerate. Once back on the rebel Basestar D'Anna makes it known that she will not reveal the identities of the Final 5 until they join the Colonial Fleet.
User ratings: 1,121
Average rating: 8.7
D'Anna demands that the four Cylons in the fleet be sent to the basestar. Only Tory goes, while the remaining three are suddenly drawn to Kara's Viper by the music. The route to Earth is finally found.
User ratings: 1,475
Average rating: 9.2
Sometimes a Great Notion
Extensive testing reveals what Adama and the entire fleet had feared since their arrival at Earth - the planet is uninhabitable with lingering radiation still evident in the soil and water from a battle that took place some 2000 years before. Testing of bones they've found also reveal that the inhabitants were not human. Colonel Tigh, Sam Anders, Galen Tyrol and Tory Foster all have flashbacks to when they lived on the planet. Meanwhile, Starbuck and Leoben Conoy set off to find the signal that guided them to the planet. She finds a crashed Viper but neither she nor Leoben are prepared for what they find inside. A pall descends over the Colonial fleet when they learn the planet is uninhabitable. Fights are breaking out everywhere with divisions and old hatreds - especially against the Cylons - coming out yet again. President Roslin is nearly catatonic blaming herself for leading the fleet on a failed mission. For one of the Cylons and one member of the crew it's all too much.
User ratings: 1,311
Average rating: 8.8
A Disquiet Follows My Soul
With President Roslin still out of commission and refusing to exercise her Presidential authority, Vice President Zarek has taken over. A serious clash is brewing between him and Admiral Adama when the latter orders an engine upgrade on all fleet vessels using Cylon technology. No one has any problems with the technology as it will make them able to travel far greater distances. The problems is that they will have to let Cylons board their vessels for the upgrade. Zarek and the Quorum of Twelve decide that each ship has the final say over whether Cylons can board, forcing the Admiral to take action. Col. Tigh and Caprica 6 get their first look at their baby via an ultrasound. Lt. Gaeta is not pleased with the way the Cylons are, in his view, receiving special treatment and starts making his views known. Galen Tyrol takes his little boy to the infirmary when he develops a fever. His illness is treatable but Dr. Cottle has some shocking news for Tyrol.
User ratings: 1,068
Average rating: 7.9
The Oath
With Vice President Zarek in the brig, Admiral Adama proceeds with the Cylon engine upgrades on the fleet's vessels over the objections of the Quorum of Twelve. In this tense situation, Lt. Felix Gaeta leads a mutiny and many on the Galactica are with him, both civilian and military. He arranges for Zarek's escape and surreptitious transfer to Colonial One. While the mutineers arm themselves, Gaeta uses his position on the bridge to keep the Admiral and XO in dark as to what is happening below decks. When they finally catch on it's too late. With the mutineers in command of the ship, Adama's main concern is to ensure that those who have remained loyal, especially President Roslin, find a way to safety aboard the Cylon Basestar.
User ratings: 1,387
Average rating: 9.1
Blood on the Scales
Now safely aboard the rebel Cylon Basestar, President Roslin reasserts her authority and finds a way to broadcast a message to the fleet. The Cylons also agree to move their ship in among the other ships making it impossible for the Galactica to fire on them. Zarek wants to have Adama face a court martial and forces Romo Lampkin to act as defense attorney. When the Quorum of Twelve disagrees with him, he has a solution to that as well. There is some resistance aboard the Galactica including Apollo, Anders, and Starbuck. They manage to free Adama and as their numbers begin to grow, he leads them to retake the CIC. Chief Tyrol meanwhile works his way to the engine to disabled the FTL drive. He finds something else however.
User ratings: 1,510
Average rating: 9.2
No Exit
Now back in command of the Galactica, Admiral Adama seeks to re-assert his overall authority. Gaeta and Zarek are under arrest and there can be only one sentence. Chief Tyrol shows the Admiral what he's found in the engine room. Sam Anders is in serious condition having been shot in the head during the re-capture of the ship. He has a sudden burst of clarity however telling Tyrol, Tory and Saul about their time on Earth before its destruction. In a flashback to when Saul poisoned his wife Ellen on New Caprica, it is revealed that she was reborn on a Cylon ship where she once again meets John Cavil and later, Boomer Valerii. She created Cavil and he hates her for it. She in turns resents what happened to another of the Final Five's creations, Daniel. Cavil wants her to recreate the regeneration technology and will cut it out of her brain, if necessary. Boomer has another solution however.
User ratings: 1,158
Average rating: 8.5
Chief Tyrol has started repairs on Galactica using Cylon quasi-living resin. Caprica Six gets into a fight with humans. Tigh and Caprica Six have Dr. Cottle inspect their unborn baby in ultrasound and it's just fine. At the same time, a raptor that's been missing over a year approaches the Fleet. It is brought aboard Galactica, where Roslin, Adama, Starbuck, Lee and others present are shocked to see Ellen come out, escorted by an Eight. Tyrol is able to identify the Eight as Boomer. Adama orders her taken to the brig. Then Tigh arrives and Ellen shares a passionate kiss with him. Ellen tells Adama, Roslin, Tigh and Lee that Cavil wants her and the Final Four to rebuild Resurrection. She also asks to see the others who survived the genocide of humans on the now desolate Earth. Tigh tells her he remembers only flashes of the ancient past. Lee breaks the news that Anders is not responding. Ellen and Saul get some private quality time, but for a moment he sees Caprica Six instead of Ellen. Baltar returns to his followers, who are taking care of themselves after the mutiny. What they also seem to have, is a new leader figure... Saul finally manages to tell Ellen that he's involved with Caprica Six. Soon Ellen gets the chance to have a reunion she asked for, around Anders' bed. A Six and an Eight are present and suggest that the Final Four join the Cylons on the Base Star. Tory says it is the way to ensure the survival of the 13th Tribe. Ellen disagrees. In her mind, Hera is the hope for a new, "blended future". Then Tory breaks to Ellen the news that Caprica Six is pregnant...
User ratings: 1,043
Average rating: 7.5
Someone to Watch Over Me
Starbuck is in a blue funk, not knowing what she is or why she is there. Sitting in Joe's Bar, she strikes up an acquaintance with someone playing the piano and composing tunes. She fondly remembers her father, a professional piano player, giving her lessons and tries to remember some of the tunes he taught her. A drawing given to her by Hera provides notes to a song that she is familiar with; it's also familiar to the Final Five who recognize it as the tune that awakened their Cylon consciousness. Meanwhile, Adama wants to go forward with Boomer Valerii's court martial. Chief Tyrol has been visiting her regularly in the brig and they have re-established their relationship. Not wanting to see her executed, Tyrol assists her in escaping only to learn that she had a specific reasons for wanting to return to her side in the Cylon war.
User ratings: 1,226
Average rating: 8.3
Islanded in a Stream of Stars
With Hera now likely in the hands of John Cavil, Admiral Adama sends out search teams to locate The Colony, the Cylon home world if you will, that Ellen Tigh says is the only place she imagines she could be. Adama reluctantly comes to the conclusion that the Galactica has reached the end of its days. He orders all repair activities halted and decides to strip the ship and share everything that is salvageable with the rest of the fleet. Starbuck meanwhile shares with Gaius Baltar what she found on the uninhabitable Earth. He subsequently - and quite publicly - proclaims her to be an angel.
User ratings: 1,011
Average rating: 7.9
Daybreak: Part 1
The Colony is located sitting on the edge of a black hole with only one point of entry in what is a very large debris field. Knowing that the Galactica has reached the end of the line, Admiral Adama asks for volunteers to mount a raid on the Cylon base, realizing it may be the ship's last jump. In flashbacks prior to the Cylon invasion, key moments in the lives of several of the crew are presented. These include include the first time Kara Thrace and Lee Adama meet; Admiral Adama's struggle with his decision to retire from the colonial fleet; Gaius Baltar's relationship with his father and his developing relationship with Caprica Six; and Sam Anders discussing the motivation behind his professional sports career.
User ratings: 1,296
Average rating: 8.5
Daybreak: Part 2
A stripped down Galactica attacks the Cylon's Colony ship in the hopes of rescuing Hera. The meaning of the shared dream in the Opera House on Kobol is revealed. Sam Anders is moved in his Hybrid tank to the CIC in the hopes that he will be able to assist the combatants. Their mission complete, Admiral Adama orders Starbuck to pick a destination - any destination - to which the ship can jump to get out of there. With that, the meaning of the tune and the musical notes are explained. Having successfully jumped, the old Galactica has truly reached the end of it's life. A planet capable of sustaining life is found and Lee Adama makes a radical proposal for the future of humankind. In a flash forward far into the future, Hera's importance to the human race is revealed.
User ratings: 2,395
Average rating: 9.0
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