References to Galactica 1980
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This article discusses various references to Galactica 1980 made by other works of note in various mediums including, but not limited to, television, film, or literary publications.
More Information Than You Require
- John Hodgman lists a moleman named "Dr. Zee, a child prodigy."
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
- In the music video "You Got Lucky", a clip from "Galactica Discovers Earth, Part I" plays on one of the television screens.
Ookla the Mok
- A band named Ookla The Mok makes a reference to Galactica 1980 in a song called Tommy: "Everything good turns to crap. It turns to crap and I don't mean maybe, just like Galactica 1980. It turns to crap. Crap!"
Welcome to Eltingville
- In the Trivia Off, one of the questions is "What was Galactica 1980's time-slot?"
- In issue #6 which was the source material for the Welcome to Eltingville pilot, one of the Trivia Off questions is "What time-slot did Galactica 1980 have?"
Like most separate continuity series based on the Original Series, the Maximum Press comics ignore Galactica 1980, but do make the occasional reference to it.
- In War of Eden 1, Starbuck makes a reference to "The Return of Starbuck" when he mentions that, were he left behind, he'd find a nice deserted planet somewhere and christen it with his own name.
Blue Crash Kit
- In the guest strip for December 13, 2005, the main characters end up in the Galactica 1980 universe due to an unreality bubble caused by bad poetry.
- ↑ Hodgman, John. More Information Than You Require. ISBN 9780525950349, p. 536.
- ↑ Tom Petty - You Got Lucky (backup available on Archive.org) (in ). (29 December 2009). Retrieved on 7 April 2011.