Tag Archive: Battlestar Galactica

Galactica 1980: The Return of Starbuck – Review

With the ratings plummeting faster than a crippled Viper it was only a matter of time before the Network pulled the plug on Galactica 1980, so producer/writer Glen A. Larson, who hated the direction the show was going due to…
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Galactica 1980: The Night the Cylons Landed – Review

With apologies to Orson Welles, or they certainly should have apologized, this episode of Galactica 1980 has to do with alien invasions and a radio broadcast on Halloween.

Galactica 1980: Spaceball

Sadly this episode entitled “Spaceball” has nothing to do with Mel Brooks, but damn could it have used an appearance from Dark Helmet. Because the Galactican children we saw in Super Scouts were so “entertaining” the producers decided to give…
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Galactica 1980: Super Scouts – Review

Do you know what is cooler than a team of Galactica heroes arriving on Earth who then find themselves chasing a villain through the pages of Earth’s history? If your answer involves a bunch of space children running around throwing…
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Galactica 1980: Galactica Discovers Earth – Review

Glen A Larson’s series Battlestar Galactica only lasted one season – poor ratings and even poorer writing being the main cause of its cancellation – but somehow a letter writing campaign resurrected the show, and this was long before the internet’s…
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Battlestar Galactica: The Complete Series (1978-1979) – Reviews

It may have only ran one season but Glen A. Larson’s sprawling saga of a ragtag fleet of ships fleeing genocide was must see TV back in the 70s. I had my Battlestar Galactica lunch pail and a toy chest…
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Battlestar Galactica: The Hand of God – Review

This episode is the last of the season, and the last of the series, where we find that though the valiant crew of the Galactica have staged several victories against the Cylon Empire, they were no match for poor ratings.