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Introduced The Night the Cylons Landed, Part I
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Siblings Arnie, brother
Children Sammy, son
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Portrayed by Marj Dusay
Mildred is a Cylon
Mildred is a Final Five Cylon
Mildred is a Human/Cylon Hybrid
Mildred is an Original Series Cylon
Related Media
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Additional Information

Mildred is a resident of New York City, New York, Earth. She is an acquaintance of Shirley and Norman Blore, the mother of Sammy, and is Arnie's sister.

While riding in Norman's car with Cylons Andromus and Centuri, Shirley notes to Norman that Mildred would "love to see these two".

Norman expresses an extremely low opinion of Mildred. During the car ride, he claims that Mildred is "so desperate for a husband [that] she once proposed to a mugger in Central Park," which Shirley quickly claims wasn't true and notes that such a thing was terrible to say. After this exchange, she looks back at Centuri who subsequently and peculiarly nods from the back seat (1980: "The Night the Cylons Landed, Part I").

She is in attendance at the Halloween party hosted at Arnie's apartment in The Town House. As Shirley predicts, Mildred and Arnie are impressed by Centuri's "costume". However, the Cylons reveal themselves to be a threat to them when Arnie's house is set ablaze. While everyone manages to evacuate the apartment, her son, Sammy, runs into the burning room to search for his dog, Skippy. Troy manages to save both the boy and the dog, and she later claims at the Bellevue Hospital Center that she owes Troy her son's life for the act, much to the chagrin of Air Force Colonel Briggs (1980: "The Night the Cylons Landed, Part II").