Nora Farmer

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Nora Farmer
Nora Farmer


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Birth Name Nora
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Introduced The Resistance: Episode 1
Death The Resistance: Episode 4
Marital Status Significant other, Tucker "Duck" Clellan
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Portrayed by Emily Holmes
Nora Farmer is a Cylon
Nora Farmer is a Final Five Cylon
Nora Farmer is a Human/Cylon Hybrid
Nora Farmer is an Original Series Cylon
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Nora Farmer in the separate continuity
Nora Farmer in the primary continuity
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Nora, a former Viper pilot (The Resistance: Episode 5, Image Evidence), is the significant other of former ace Viper pilot Tucker "Duck" Clellan.

During a meeting with Saul Tigh, Galen Tyrol, Cally Henderson Tyrol, and James Lyman, she and Tucker mention that they are trying to have a baby.

Nora also seems to like the idea of Lyman being a possible godfather (The Resistance: Episode 1), but she is killed at temple by a force of Centurions lead by a Number Five as she attempted to retrieve her bag (The Resistance: Episode 4).

Her death spurns suicidal tendances in Clellan, who later suicide bombs a New Caprica Police graduation ceremony, in an attempt to take out Gaius Baltar, who did not attend due to security considerations (Occupation).


  • Based on the photo of her and Duck during their time on Galactica, it appears that Nora was a former Viper pilot, wearing a pilot's uniform with a Viper patch (The Resistance).
  • A goof up by the staff posted during the third and ninth webisode suggested that Duck and Nora are married. This is not true according to Bradley Thompson.
  • Nora's last name is never mentioned in either the webisode series, "The Resistance", or in the series itself. The only mention of Nora in the series is by Clellan, prior to his suicide bombing of the graduation ceremony for the New Caprica Police in "Occupation".
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