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<li>...that [[Adama (1980)|Adama]] and [[Boomer (1980)|Boomer]] are the only two major characters from the [[Battlestar Galactica (TOS)|Original Series]] to return as recurring characters in [[Galactica 1980]]?</li>
 
<li>...that [[Adama (1980)|Adama]] and [[Boomer (1980)|Boomer]] are the only two major characters from the [[Battlestar Galactica (TOS)|Original Series]] to return as recurring characters in [[Galactica 1980]]?</li>
<li>...that because ''Galactica 1980'' during the Sunday night 7pm children's hour timeslot, the writers were forced to include a certain amount of educational dialogue in each episode?</li>
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<li>...that because ''Galactica 1980'' was shown during the Sunday night 7pm children's hour timeslot, the writers were forced to include a certain amount of educational dialogue in each episode?</li>
 
<li>...that [[Xaviar]]'s ongoing time travel antics were planned to be a continuing subplot for the series?</li>
 
<li>...that [[Xaviar]]'s ongoing time travel antics were planned to be a continuing subplot for the series?</li>
 
<li>...that when ''Galactica 1980'' was originally conceived, it was to have featured the characters of [[Apollo (TOS)|Apollo]] and [[Starbuck (TOS)|Starbuck]] with Baltar as the time-traveling villain?</li>
 
<li>...that when ''Galactica 1980'' was originally conceived, it was to have featured the characters of [[Apollo (TOS)|Apollo]] and [[Starbuck (TOS)|Starbuck]] with Baltar as the time-traveling villain?</li>

Latest revision as of 21:39, 6 November 2011

Lorne Greene reprises his role as Commander Adama.

  • ...that Adama and Boomer are the only two major characters from the Original Series to return as recurring characters in Galactica 1980?
  • ...that because Galactica 1980 was shown during the Sunday night 7pm children's hour timeslot, the writers were forced to include a certain amount of educational dialogue in each episode?
  • ...that Xaviar's ongoing time travel antics were planned to be a continuing subplot for the series?
  • ...that when Galactica 1980 was originally conceived, it was to have featured the characters of Apollo and Starbuck with Baltar as the time-traveling villain?
  • ...that there was a sequel written to The Return of Starbuck episode called The Wheel of Fire which reveals Starbuck's final fate?
  • ...that Galactica 1980 was canceled not just because of low ratings but because its rushed production drove up its costs to the point that Universal eventually demanded more money for each episode than ABC was willing to pay?