In a distant galaxy, twelve planets bearing tribes of the race known as Man have been at war with an alien cyborg race, the Cylon empire, for a millenium. In the measurements used by the Twelve Colonies it is the Yahren 7341, and a treaty of peace is to be signed - a treaty that proves to be a ruse for the largest assault in the history of galactic warfare. With their defending warships destroyed and their homeworld annihilated, the Twelve Tribes gather to their one remaining warship, a battlestar named the Galactica, boarding every assorted star vehicle that will carry them, as their leader, Commander Adama, seeks out the one planet that will protect Man from the predation of the Cylon Empire - a planet called Earth. As their journey proceeds this Fugitive Fleet is closely pursued by forces of the Cylon Empire under the command of human traitor Baltar. Written by Michael Daly (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Episode 1: Saga of a Star World. Original Air Date 17 September 1978
- Episode 2: Lost Planet of the Gods: Part 1. Original Air Date 24 September 1978
- Episode 3: Lost Planet of the Gods: Part 2. Original Air Date 1 October 1978
- Episode 4: The Lost Warrior. Original Air Date 8 October 1978
- Episode 5: The Long Patrol. Original Air Date 15 October 1978
- Episode 6: Gun on Ice Planet Zero: Part 1. Original Air Date 22 October 1978
- Episode 7: Gun on Ice Planet Zero: Part 2. Original Air Date 29 October 1978
- Episode 8: The Magnificent Warriors. Original Air Date 12 November 1978
- Episode 9: The Young Lords. Original Air Date 19 November 1978
- Episode 10: The Living Legend(Battlestar Galactica TOS-1978): Part 1. Original Air Date 26 November 1978
- Episode 11: The Living Legend(Battlestar Galactica TOS-1978): Part 2. Original Air Date 3 December 1978
- Episode 12: Fire in Space(Battlestar Galactica TOS-1978). Original Air Date 17 December 1978
- Episode 13: The War of the Gods: Part 1. Original Air Date 14 January 1979
- Episode 14: The War of the Gods: Part 2. Original Air Date 21 January 1979
- Episode 15: The Man with Nine Lives. Original Air Date 28 January 1979
- Episode 16: Murder on the Rising Star. Original Air Date 19 February 1979
- Episode 17: Greetings from Earth. Original Air Date 25 February 1979
- Episode 18: Baltar's Escape. Original Air Date 11 March 1979
- Episode 19: Experiment in Terra. Original Air Date—18 March 1979
- Episode 20: Take the Celestra. Original Air Date—1 April 1979
- Episode 21: The Hand of God. Original Air Date—29 April 1979
Errors and ExplanationsEdit
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- The members of the council were elected in the first episode. Yet every time we see the council, there are different members. New members were probably elected off screen to replace those who leave.
- The Rising Star brought Uri from his home, which had to be on one of the other eleven planets (the novelization says that he was Leon.) This makes sense, as we can see when Apollo leaves Jolly below decks, we see the writing L.S.S. Rising Star on the bulkhead. Yet, in "The Long Patrol," Athena's computer lists it as T.S.S. Rising Star, making it Tauron. The Rising Star could have been transfered from Leon to Tauron control, to avoid association with Sire Uri after the incident on Carrilon.
- The Gemini Freighter was filled with Gemons who followed Gemon religions and spoke Gemonese. It left Gemini during the exodus. Yet, in " Murder on the Rising Star," Cella says that both were on Caprica during the attack. Cella and the Gemini Freighter could have been on Caprica during the attack, and travelled to Gemini to collect Gemon survivors during the start of the exodus.
- In "Magnificent Warriors," Tigh states that two of the three agro ships are destroyed. Later, in "War of the Gods," Tigh states that Iblis is with Sheba visiting Agro Ship Nine. Other ships in the fleet could have been converted for Agro Ship duty.
- The fuel issue is addressed in "Living Legend Part One" as they plot the attack on the tankers, yet never again. The raid on Gomorray must have provided enough fuel to keep the fleet going for a long time.
- In various scenes where "radar" displays are seen, the same "readout" is reused numerous times. Most of the scences requiring radar displays involve similar situations, usually a Cylon attack force approaching the fleet.