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== Überblick ==
 
== Überblick ==
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:''[[Kara Thrace]] ist angeschossen und wacht in einem abgeschiedenen Krankenhaus auf [[Caprica (RDM)|Caprica]] wieder auf, wobei sie erfährt, dass ihr [[Simon|freundlicher Doktor]] seine eigenen Pläne für ihre Zukunft hat.''
:''[[Kara Thrace]] is shot and wakes up in a remote hospital facility on [[Caprica (RDM)|Caprica]], and learns that her [[Simon|friendly doctor]] has his own plans for her future.''
 
 
 
== Summary ==
 
 
 
=== On Caprica ===
 
  
*[[Kara Thrace|Starbuck]], [[Karl Agathon|Helo]], and two members of the Resistance ([[Samuel Anders|Anders]] and [[Sue-Shaun]], who were introduced in the last episode) devise a plan to escape from [[The Twelve Colonies (RDM)#Caprica|Caprica]] by commandeering a [[Heavy Raider]] from a nearby airstrip. They will fit as many people as possible onto the craft, and will dispatch a rescue mission for the remainder upon return to ''[[Galactica]]''.
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==Zusammenfassung==
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===Auf Caprica===
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<!--*[[Kara Thrace|Starbuck]], [[Karl Agathon|Helo]], and two members of the Resistance ([[Samuel Anders|Anders]] and [[Sue-Shaun]], who were introduced in the last episode) devise a plan to escape from [[The Twelve Colonies (RDM)#Caprica|Caprica]] by commandeering a [[Heavy Raider]] from a nearby airstrip. They will fit as many people as possible onto the craft, and will dispatch a rescue mission for the remainder upon return to ''[[Galactica]]''.
 
*As the team is about to assault the airstrip, they are ambushed, and Thrace is hit by a bullet that grazes off her head and gets lodged in her abdomen. She loses consciousness.
 
*As the team is about to assault the airstrip, they are ambushed, and Thrace is hit by a bullet that grazes off her head and gets lodged in her abdomen. She loses consciousness.
 
*Thrace wakes up in a hospital. She is being attended to by a doctor named [[Simon]], who tells her that she was brought into the hospital by Anders, and that Anders died from a shrapnel wound. Thrace is devastated.
 
*Thrace wakes up in a hospital. She is being attended to by a doctor named [[Simon]], who tells her that she was brought into the hospital by Anders, and that Anders died from a shrapnel wound. Thrace is devastated.
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*Helo, Sharon, and Starbuck leave Caprica on the Heavy Raider. Starbuck promises [[Samuel Anders|Anders]] to return someday to rescue the Resistance. In the meantime, Anders says he will try to destroy as many farms as he can.
 
*Helo, Sharon, and Starbuck leave Caprica on the Heavy Raider. Starbuck promises [[Samuel Anders|Anders]] to return someday to rescue the Resistance. In the meantime, Anders says he will try to destroy as many farms as he can.
  
===On ''Galactica'' and in the Fleet===
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===Auf der ''Galactica'' und in der Flotte===
 
 
 
*Commander Adama returns to duty, and is greated by applause in [[CIC]].  He tells the crew that he loves them all.
 
*Commander Adama returns to duty, and is greated by applause in [[CIC]].  He tells the crew that he loves them all.
 
*To try to rally support to the president, Zarek wants [[Lee Adama]] to make a recording denouncing his father.  Adama stops in the middle of it and says he can't go through with it.  It's left to [[Laura Roslin]] to win over the [[The Fleet (RDM)|Fleet]].
 
*To try to rally support to the president, Zarek wants [[Lee Adama]] to make a recording denouncing his father.  Adama stops in the middle of it and says he can't go through with it.  It's left to [[Laura Roslin]] to win over the [[The Fleet (RDM)|Fleet]].
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*Cally is thrown in the brig for killing [[Sharon Valerii (Galactica copy)|Sharon "Boomer" Valerii]], now known as a Humanoid Cylon and traitor.  Chief Tyrol implores Commander Adama to release her, due to her trauma by events on Kobol.  Adama gives her a light sentence of charging her with discharging a firearm without permission: Cally will spend only one month in the brig.
 
*Cally is thrown in the brig for killing [[Sharon Valerii (Galactica copy)|Sharon "Boomer" Valerii]], now known as a Humanoid Cylon and traitor.  Chief Tyrol implores Commander Adama to release her, due to her trauma by events on Kobol.  Adama gives her a light sentence of charging her with discharging a firearm without permission: Cally will spend only one month in the brig.
 
*Adama asks Tyrol if he could love Boomer despite the fact that she was a machine. Tyrol isn't quite sure, but it becomes apparent that Adama is asking himself the question as much as he is Tyrol; Adama loved all of his pilots like his children.   
 
*Adama asks Tyrol if he could love Boomer despite the fact that she was a machine. Tyrol isn't quite sure, but it becomes apparent that Adama is asking himself the question as much as he is Tyrol; Adama loved all of his pilots like his children.   
*Adama visits Boomer's body in the morgue. He asks "Why?" then breaks down crying over her body.
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*Adama visits Boomer's body in the morgue. He asks "Why?" then breaks down crying over her body.
 
 
 
 
  
== Notes ==
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==Anmerkungen==
 
*This episode's opening credits marks the return of the "blipvert" effect used in the first season episodes, which Ron D. Moore uses as an homage to ''Space: 1999''.  
 
*This episode's opening credits marks the return of the "blipvert" effect used in the first season episodes, which Ron D. Moore uses as an homage to ''Space: 1999''.  
*As of the opening credits, the fleet population is now 47,857, a net loss of 4 since "[[Resistance (episode)|Resistance]]". This reflects the deaths of four civilians on board the ''[[Gideon]]'' in that episode, but apparently not that of Boomer. Was she removed from the count immediately after her assassination attempt?
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*As of the opening credits, the Fleet population is now 47,857, a net loss of 4 since "[[Resistance (episode)|Resistance]]". This reflects the deaths of four civilians on board the ''[[Gideon]]'' in that episode, but apparently not that of Boomer. Was she removed from the count immediately after her assassination attempt?
 
*According to [[Felix Gaeta|Gaeta]], this episode takes place "a week" after Apollo docked at ''[[Cloud 9]]'' in the last episode, although apparently Adama hasn't been well enough to resume command until very recently.
 
*According to [[Felix Gaeta|Gaeta]], this episode takes place "a week" after Apollo docked at ''[[Cloud 9]]'' in the last episode, although apparently Adama hasn't been well enough to resume command until very recently.
 
*24 ships, almost a third of the Fleet, have left with Roslin for Kobol.
 
*24 ships, almost a third of the Fleet, have left with Roslin for Kobol.
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*Boomer served aboard ''Galactica'' for two years, which means the Cylons had begun infiltrating Colonial society from at least that long ago. This matches the length of time of Six's affair with Baltar while on Caprica, suggesting that humanoid Cylon infiltration occurred around two years prior to the events of the miniseries.
 
*Boomer served aboard ''Galactica'' for two years, which means the Cylons had begun infiltrating Colonial society from at least that long ago. This matches the length of time of Six's affair with Baltar while on Caprica, suggesting that humanoid Cylon infiltration occurred around two years prior to the events of the miniseries.
 
*According to Simon's study (either from a Cylon dossier on Thrace or from medical exams) Starbuck was the victim of frequent physical abuse as a child; she's suffered many bone fractures in childhood, and all of her fingers have been broken at some point. This is consistent with the comments made by Leoben Conoy to Starbuck during their interrogation scenes ([[Flesh and Bone]]).
 
*According to Simon's study (either from a Cylon dossier on Thrace or from medical exams) Starbuck was the victim of frequent physical abuse as a child; she's suffered many bone fractures in childhood, and all of her fingers have been broken at some point. This is consistent with the comments made by Leoben Conoy to Starbuck during their interrogation scenes ([[Flesh and Bone]]).
*Caprica-Valerii is aware of [[Leoben Conoy]] #2's interrogation by Starbuck in "[[Flesh and Bone]]", even of specific things he said during it, suggesting that humanoid Cylons sometimes have a collective knowledgebase (''not'' a collective consciousness; see "[[Downloaded]]" for this confirmation) to occasionally draw from. This is supported by Boomer's information to [[Gaius Baltar]] of the number of humanoid Cylons remaining in the Fleet in "[[Resistance (episode)|Resistance]]", as only such a knowledgebase would allow Boomer to know of this data. 
 
 
*This episode introduces the fifth confirmed [[humanoid Cylon]], [[Simon]].
 
*This episode introduces the fifth confirmed [[humanoid Cylon]], [[Simon]].
 
*According to a deleted scene, this episode takes place a week after "[[Fragged]]".
 
*According to a deleted scene, this episode takes place a week after "[[Fragged]]".
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*Possible goof: Starbuck gets shot below her navel. When she notices the second incision, it's above the gunshot wound, next to the navel. The dressing on the first wound has been removed by then. When Helo checks on the wound at the end, he removes that dressing and then remarks that the gunshot wound looks ok. After that he asks about the second scar. The first wound he checks on, should be the one from the ovary removal, not the gunshot wound. However neither wound and only the upper part of the dressing can actually be seen in the scene.
 
*Possible goof: Starbuck gets shot below her navel. When she notices the second incision, it's above the gunshot wound, next to the navel. The dressing on the first wound has been removed by then. When Helo checks on the wound at the end, he removes that dressing and then remarks that the gunshot wound looks ok. After that he asks about the second scar. The first wound he checks on, should be the one from the ovary removal, not the gunshot wound. However neither wound and only the upper part of the dressing can actually be seen in the scene.
  
== Analysis ==
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==Analyse==
 
*What exactly did the Cylons do to Thrace's ovaries?  Simon tells Six: "...pending lab test results on sample for ovaries, complete removal will proceed tomorrow".  Starbuck escapes right after this, which means that the opportunity to "completely remove" her ovaries did not occur. This suggests at the very least that Starbuck can still have children.  However, female humans only have '''two''' ovaries:  how can you have a "sample" one? The sample could just mean that Simon took several eggs from one of Starbuck's ovaries to see if they were viable for conceiving children.  
 
*What exactly did the Cylons do to Thrace's ovaries?  Simon tells Six: "...pending lab test results on sample for ovaries, complete removal will proceed tomorrow".  Starbuck escapes right after this, which means that the opportunity to "completely remove" her ovaries did not occur. This suggests at the very least that Starbuck can still have children.  However, female humans only have '''two''' ovaries:  how can you have a "sample" one? The sample could just mean that Simon took several eggs from one of Starbuck's ovaries to see if they were viable for conceiving children.  
 
*It would seem that the Cylons at least obtained several sample egg cells from Starbuck.  Will this lead to developments later on?   
 
*It would seem that the Cylons at least obtained several sample egg cells from Starbuck.  Will this lead to developments later on?   
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*Love serves as a theme in this episode. First, we find out how important love is for the Cylons: it is considered essential for Cylon procreation. In the first episode, Number Six asked Dr. Baltar several times if he loved her. Number Six also said that "God is love". That was after she tried to conceive from him. Love is also the reason Sharon aids Helo and the reason Helo accepts her help. Also we hear that Starbuck was abused as a child. In the last episode she said that everyone seems to fight to get their old life back and she fights because it's all she knows how to do. In this episode she seems to develop affections to Anders. Will Starbuck find 'reason' in love? Commander Adama tells his subordinates that he loves them. He asks Chief Tyrol if one could love a machine. Ultimately, Commander Adama weeps over Galactica-Sharon's body because he loved her.
 
*Love serves as a theme in this episode. First, we find out how important love is for the Cylons: it is considered essential for Cylon procreation. In the first episode, Number Six asked Dr. Baltar several times if he loved her. Number Six also said that "God is love". That was after she tried to conceive from him. Love is also the reason Sharon aids Helo and the reason Helo accepts her help. Also we hear that Starbuck was abused as a child. In the last episode she said that everyone seems to fight to get their old life back and she fights because it's all she knows how to do. In this episode she seems to develop affections to Anders. Will Starbuck find 'reason' in love? Commander Adama tells his subordinates that he loves them. He asks Chief Tyrol if one could love a machine. Ultimately, Commander Adama weeps over Galactica-Sharon's body because he loved her.
 
*Number Six mentioned that "procreation is one of God's commandments" in the first episode, "[[33]]". This could mean that the Cylons are trying to procreate out of a feeling that they are sinning by not being able to have children on their own.
 
*Number Six mentioned that "procreation is one of God's commandments" in the first episode, "[[33]]". This could mean that the Cylons are trying to procreate out of a feeling that they are sinning by not being able to have children on their own.
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*Caprica-Valerii is aware of [[Leoben Conoy]] #2's interrogation by Starbuck in "[[Flesh and Bone]]", even of specific things he said during it, suggesting that humanoid Cylons sometimes have a collective knowledgebase (''not'' a collective consciousness; see "[[Downloaded]]" for this confirmation) to occasionally draw from. This is supported by Boomer's information to [[Gaius Baltar]] of the number of humanoid Cylons remaining in the Fleet in "[[Resistance (episode)|Resistance]]", as only such a knowledgebase would allow Boomer to know of this data.
  
== Questions ==  
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==Fragen==  
*Caprica-Valerii says that she knows that [[Leoben Conoy]] told Kara Thrace she was special during his interrogation aboard ''Galactica''. How could she know this? How do the humanoid Cylons communicate to each other?
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*Caprica-Valerii says that she knows that [[Leoben Conoy]] told Kara Thrace she was special during his interrogation aboard ''Galactica''. How could she know this? How do the humanoid Cylons communicate to each other? (See [[#Analysis|Analysis)
*Will we see Simon again? ([[Downloaded|Answer]]) Is he one of the eight humanoid Cylons hiding in the Fleet?
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*Will Simon be seen again? ([[Downloaded|Answer]]) Is he one of the eight humanoid Cylons hiding in the Fleet?
 
*How does Simon know Anders's name?
 
*How does Simon know Anders's name?
 
*What does Kara whisper to Sue-Shaun before she "pulls the plug" on the Farm machinery?
 
*What does Kara whisper to Sue-Shaun before she "pulls the plug" on the Farm machinery?
 
*Why does the Caprica resistance seem more concerned about Thrace's disappearance than Sue-Shaun's? Does Thrace's love interest generate the greater concern?
 
*Why does the Caprica resistance seem more concerned about Thrace's disappearance than Sue-Shaun's? Does Thrace's love interest generate the greater concern?
*Would any viable embryos harvested by the Cylons be accelerated into mature adults or placed ''in vitro'' into a host? Would the host be Cylon or human?
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*Would any viable embryos harvested by the Cylons be accelerated into mature adults or placed ''in vitro'' into a host? Would the host be Cylon or human?-->
 
 
== Noteworthy Dialogue ==
 
 
 
*''Cylons discussing the surgical testing they are performing on Starbuck'':
 
:'''Simon:''' ...pending lab test results on ovaries, complete removal will proceed tomorrow.  They've lab tested positive and subject will be removed to processing facility for final disposition.
 
:'''Number Six:''' Is that regret I hear in your voice, Simon?
 
:'''Simon:''' If it is, it certainly is none of your concern.
 
 
 
*''Explanation of the Human/Cylon hybrid project:''
 
:'''Valerii:''' They were conducting research, into Human/Cylon breeding programs.
 
:'''Starbuck:''' Human/Cylon?
 
:'''Helo:''' 'Call them "Farms"...your gunshot wound looks fine...
 
:'''Starbuck:''' So "Farms", that's great...what were they going to do, 'knock me up with some Cylon kid?
 
:'''Valerii:''' They were going to try to.  We haven't been very successful so far.   
 
:'''Anders:''' Supposedly they can't reproduce...you know, ''biologically'', so they've been trying every which-way to produce offspring.
 
:'''Starbuck:''' Why?
 
:'''Valerii:''' Procreation.  It's one of God's commandments; "be fruitful".  We can't fulfill it, we've tried.  So we decided--
 
:'''Starbuck:''' To rape human women?!
 
:'''Valerii:''' You know, if you agreed to bear children it would be voluntary, maybe even set you up with someone you like.
 
:'''Starbuck:''' Like you two kids? (looking at Helo and Caprica-Sharon)
 
:'''Valerii:''' We're different.
 
:'''Starbuck:''' What the frak is that supposed to mean?
 
:'''Helo:''' They have this theory; maybe the one thing they were missing was '''love'''.  So Sharon and I...were set up...
 
:'''Starbuck:''' To fall in love?!  They didn't ask [[Sue-Shaun]] if she wanted to fall in love, alright! They put a tube in her, and they hooked her up to a machine!
 
:'''Valerii:''' They know who you are, Kara.  You're special.  Leoben told you that.  You have a destiny. 
 
:'''Helo:''' (pointing out the other scar on Starbuck's lower abdomen) Starbuck what's the second scar?
 
:'''Starbuck:''' I don't know.  I don't think I want to know now.  You know?
 
:'''Valerii:''' No.
 
:'''Anders:''' Alright, how many women do they have in these "Farms"?
 
:'''Valerii:''' Hundreds, maybe thousands.  I don't know, I haven't accessed that data.
 
 
 
*''Adama wonders aloud about the nature of Cylons and humans''
 
:'''Tyrol:''' I don't believe she [Cally] was in her right mind when she shot Boomer--
 
:'''Adama:''' Did you love her, Chief?
 
:'''Tyrol:''' 'Scuse me?
 
:'''Adama:''' Boomer. Did you love her?
 
:'''Tyrol:''' Thought I did.
 
:'''Adama:''' Well, when you think you love somebody, you love them. That's what love is. Thoughts... She was a Cylon. A machine! Is that what Boomer was, a machine? A thing?
 
:'''Tyrol:''' That's what she turned out to be.
 
:'''Adama:''' She was more than that to us. She was more than that to me. She was a vital, living person aboard my ship for almost two years! She couldn't have been just a machine. Could you love a machine?
 
:'''Tyrol:''' No, sir. Guess I couldn't have.
 
:'''Adama:''' Cally discharged a firearm without permission, endangering life of her fellow shipmate. 30 days in the brig. Dismissed.
 
:'''Tyrol:''' Thank you, sir.
 
:'''Adama:''' You'll see her again, Chief.
 
:'''Tyrol:''' Excuse me?
 
:'''Adama:''' There are many copies. You'll see her again.
 
  
*''Simon, talking about Starbuck's reluctance to have children but also perhaps talking about the Cylons' view of themselves (and maybe the "human" Cylons).''
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:'''Simon:''' Children of abusive parents often fear passing along that abuse to their own children.
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*[[Michael Hogan]] als Colonel [[Saul Tigh]]
 
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*[[Aaron Douglas]] als Chief [[Galen Tyrol]]
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*[[Tahmoh Penikett]] als Lt. [[Karl Agathon|Karl "Helo" Agathon]]
*[[Michael Hogan]] as Colonel [[Saul Tigh]]
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*[[Nicki Clyne]] als Specialist [[Cally Tyrol|Cally]]
*[[Aaron Douglas]] as Chief [[Galen Tyrol]]
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*[[Alessandro Juliani]] als Lt. [[Felix Gaeta]]
*[[Tahmoh Penikett]] as Lt. [[Karl Agathon|Karl "Helo" Agathon]]
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*[[Kandyse McClure]] als Petty Officer [[Anastasia Dualla]]
*[[Nicki Clyne]] as Specialist [[Cally Tyrol|Cally Henderson]]
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*[[Michael Trucco]] als [[Samuel Anders]]
*[[Alessandro Juliani]] as Lt. [[Felix Gaeta]]
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*[[Rick Worthy]] als [[Simon]]
*[[Kandyse McClure]] as Petty Officer [[Anastasia Dualla]]
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*[[Lorena Gale]] als [[Elosha]]
*[[Michael Trucco]] as [[Samuel Anders]]
 
*[[Rick Worthy]] as [[Simon]]
 
*[[Lorena Gale]] as [[Elosha]]
 
 
*[[Tamara Lashley]] as [[Sue-Shaun]]
 
*[[Tamara Lashley]] as [[Sue-Shaun]]
 
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Die Farm
"Die Farm"
Eine Episode der neu-interpretierten Serie
Episoden-Nr. Staffel 2, Episode 5
Originaltitel The Farm
Autor(en) Carla Robinson
Story
Regie Rod Hardy
Gastauftritte Richard Hatch als Tom Zarek
Produktions-Nr. 205
Quoten
US-Erstausstrahlung USA 12. August 2005
UK-Erstausstrahlung UK {{{UK airdate}}}
DE-Erstausstrahlung DE
DVD-Veröffentlichung 20. Dezember 2005 US
10. Mai 2007 DE
Bevölkerung 47.857 Überlebende (Bevölkerungsanzahl gesunken. 4)
Zusätzliche Info {{{extra}}}
Episoden-Chronologie
Vorige Nächste
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Überblick

Kara Thrace ist angeschossen und wacht in einem abgeschiedenen Krankenhaus auf Caprica wieder auf, wobei sie erfährt, dass ihr freundlicher Doktor seine eigenen Pläne für ihre Zukunft hat.

Zusammenfassung

Auf Caprica

Gastdarsteller


Battlestar Galactica (neu-interpretiert) – Episodenliste
Miniserie / Pilotfilm (2003) | Spezial: Miniserie Lowdown
Staffel 1 (2004-2005): 33 Minuten | Wassermangel | Meuterei auf der Astral Queen | Zeichen der Reue | Kein Weg zurück | Das Tribunal | Unter Verdacht | Fleisch und Blut | Ellen | Die Hand Gottes | Der Zwölferrat | Kobol, Teil I | Kobol, Teil II
Staffel 2 (2005-2006): Die verlorene Flotte | Im Tal der Finsternis | Die Gesetze des Krieges | Leben und Sterben | Die Farm | Heimat, Teil I | Heimat, Teil II | Die Reporterin | Die Hoffnung lebt | Pegasus | Die Auferstehung, Teil I | Die Auferstehung, Teil II | Sabotage | Schwarzmarkt | Der beste Jäger der Zylonen | Das Opfer | Mensch und Maschine | Download | Das neue Caprica, Teil I | Das neue Caprica, Teil II
Staffel 3 (2006-2007): Battlestar Galactica: The Resistance | Okkupation | Am Abgrund | Exodus, Teil I | Exodus, Teil II | Verräter | Virus | Immun | Helden | Der Ring | Auftrag ausgeführt | Das Auge des Jupiter | Die Supernova | Zuckerbrot und Peitsche | Allein gegen den Hass | Bis nächstes Jahr | Streik! | Ruf aus dem Jenseits | Berufung | Am Scheideweg, Teil I | Am Scheideweg, Teil II
Staffel 4 (2007-2008): Razor | Auferstehung | Die letzten Fünf | Die Verblendeten | Perfekter Schmerz | Meuterei im All | Ans andere Ufer | Rat mal, was zum Essen kommt | Sine Qua Non | Wir alle sind sterblich | Zur Erde! | Die Strömung erledigt den Rest | Erschöpfung | Die Lunte brennt | Blut in der Waagschale | Das verlorene Paradies | Systemblockade | Der Pianomann | Gestrandet in den Sternen | Götterdämmerung, Teil I | Götterdämmerung, Teil II 
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