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=== [[Galactica Discovers Earth, Part II]] ===
 
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* When [[Jamie Hamilton]] introduces herself to Major [[Stockwell]], who has ejected from his B-17 bomber, as an American, he sarcastically replies that he's [[w:Bugs Bunny|Bugs Bunny]] ([[Galactica Discovers Earth, Part II]]).  
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* When [[Jamie Hamilton]] introduces herself to Major [[Stockwell]], who has ejected from his B-17 bomber, as an American, he sarcastically replies that he is [[w:Bugs Bunny|Bugs Bunny]] ([[Galactica Discovers Earth, Part II]]).  
  
 
=== [[The Super Scouts, Part I]] ===
 
=== [[The Super Scouts, Part I]] ===
  
* After Troy and Dillon use the flying feature on their [[turbine]]s, the senior highway patrol officer references [[w:CHiPs|CHiPs]] in his comments.  
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* After Troy and Dillon use the flying feature on their [[turbine]]s, the senior highway patrol officer references ''[[w:CHiPs|CHiPs]]'' in his comments.  
  
 
=== [[The Night the Cylons Landed, Part I]] ===
 
=== [[The Night the Cylons Landed, Part I]] ===

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The Day the Earth Stood Still

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This Island Earth

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Galactica Discovers Earth, Part I

Galactica Discovers Earth, Part II

The Super Scouts, Part I

  • After Troy and Dillon use the flying feature on their turbines, the senior highway patrol officer references CHiPs in his comments.

The Night the Cylons Landed, Part I

  • Troy mentions that the names for the pre-paid tickets are "Jones and Smith", aliases that Hamilton had suggested they'd use since the names of Troy and Dillon are known to Earth's authorities. This is a likely reference for the show Alias Smith and Jones, one of writer and creator Glen Larson's first television shows. Coincidentally, Roger Davis (Andromus) had narrated and acted on the series as a series regular.

The Night the Cylons Landed, Part II

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