Saga of A Star World (3-Hour Premiere)
When the Cylons trick the human fleet and destroys all its
ships except the Battlestar Galactica, Commander Adama gathers
up the remaining humans on the 12 colony worlds and leads them
in search of the legendary 13th colony -- Earth. When the fleet
stops at the planet Carillon to refuel, another Cylon ambush
Lost Planet of the Gods (Parts 1 and 2)
09/24/78 and 10/01/78
While Commander Adama leads the rag-tag fleet of ships to the
planet Kobol, where he hopes to find clues of Earth's location,
the Viper pilots contract a disease, making it necessary for
the women to take on fighter patrol duties. But the traitor
Baltar leads the Cylons in an attack on the Galactica.
The Lost Warrior
Apollo is marooned on a Western Frontier-like planet, where
he meets a woman and her son ... and a damaged Cylon, known
as Red Eye, who has become a notorious gun-slinger.
The Long Patrol
Starbuck is assigned to test a new ultra-fast, but unarmed,
Viper with a talking computer named CORA; but when he meets
a bootlegger, who steals the Viper, Starbuck finds himself arrested
by the Galactic Police of a prison planet.
Gun On Ice Planet Zero (Parts 1 and 2)
10/22/78 and 10/29/78
Baltar attempts to lure the Galactica into range of a gigantic
pulsar cannon, which Adama becomes aware of; and Apollo and
Starbuck lead a group of convicts on a possible suicide mission
to destroy the cannon, which is located on an icy planet.
The Magnificent Warriors
When a Cylon attack destroys most of the fleet's food supply,
the Galactica must trade equipment for grain on a rural planet
plagued by the Borays, a group of pig-like marauders.
The Young Lords
Starbuck crashes on the planet Trillion, where the Cylons have
destroyed all the humans except for a band of children, who
have become warriors to save their enslaved father.
The Living Legend (Parts 1 and 2)
11/26/78 and 12/03/78
While on patrol, Apollo and Starbuck, encounter the supposedly
lost Battlestar Pegasus, commanded by the living legend, Commander
Cain. The brash Commander insists that the Galactica join in
on a frontal attack on the Cylons -- an attack that Adama believes
would be a suicide mission.
Fire In Space
A Cylon kamikazee attack leaves the Galactica burning in space,
with no way to extinguish the blaze that has trapped Boomer,
Athena, and Boxey except a dangerous spacewalk by Apollo and
War Of The Gods (Parts 1 and 2)
01/14/79 and 01/21/79
When the fleet is plagued by glowing lights that constantly
fly past them too fast to be followed, Apollo, Starbuck, and
Sheba find the remains of a shipwreck, with a mysterious and
seemingly all-powerful being named Count Iblis, who helps them
The Man With Nine Lives
An old con man known as Chameleon (Fred Astaire) meets Starbuck
and convinces him that he may be Starbuck's father, to gain
Starbuck's help in evading a trio of bloodthirsty Borellians
who are after him in revenge for another con.
Murder On The Rising Star
When Starbuck's rival in the popular sporting event is found
murders, all the evidence points to Starbuck; and Apollo is
about the only person who believes in Starbuck's innocence.
Greetings From Earth (2-Hour Special)
When Apollo and Starbuck find a primitive sleeper ship carrying
a man, a woman, and four children, the inhabitants reveal that
they are from Terra, an Earth-like planet at war with the evil
When Baltar plans his escape with the help of the three Borellians
and the Eastern Alliance Enforcers, members of the Council of
Twelve are taken hostage, and Adama must give in to the escapees
Experiment In Terra
Apollo and Starbuck follow the escaped Eastern Alliance ship
back to Terra, where they help the Terrans overcome a nuclear
holocaust, with the help of the race of white lights that had
earlier helped them defeat Count Iblis.
Take The Celestria
Starbuck runs in to his long-lost love, Aurora, who is involved
with a group trying to free the passenger ship Celestria from
its supposedly dictatorial captain.
The Hand of God
While Apollo and Starbuck sneak aboard a Cylon Base Star to
sabotage it, scanner back on the Galactica pick up transmissions
from Earth's Apollo 11 moon landing mission, meaning that Earth
can't be far away.