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Season 1

1 :01x01 - Saga of a Star World (1)

Sep/17/1978
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Guest Stars: Geoffrey Binney as 2nd Warrior | Paul Coufos as Pilot | Lew Ayres as President Adar | Rick Springfield as Zac | David Matthau as Operative | Carole Baxter as Woman in elevator | Sandy Gimpel as Seetol | Sandy Gimpel as Seetol | Carole Baxter as Woman in elevator | David Matthau as Operative | Rick Springfield as Zac | Lew Ayres as President Adar | Paul Coufos as Pilot | Geoffrey Binney as 2nd Warrior | Bruce Wright as Deck Hand | Chip Johnson as 1st Warrior
Director: Richard Colla

2 :01x02 - Saga of a Star World (2)

Sep/17/1978
The fleet stops on the planet Carillon to pick up supplies and fuel so they can continue on their journey. Adama thinks something is wrong and a newly elected Council member seize power from Adama.
Guest Stars: Geoffrey Binney as 2nd Warrior | Paul Coufos as Pilot | Wilfrid Hyde-White as Sire Anton | John Dullaghan as Dr. Wilker | John Fink as Dr. Paye | David Matthau as Operative | Randi Oakes as Young Woman | David Matthau as Operative | John Fink as Dr. Paye | John Dullaghan as Dr. Wilker | Wilfrid Hyde-White as Sire Anton | Geoffrey Binney as 2nd Warrior | Bruce Wright as Deck Hand | Chip Johnson as 1st Warrior

3 :01x03 - Saga of a Star World (3)

Sep/17/1978
Most of the fleet's population, along with the Viper pilots, relax at the casino on Carillon. Adama thinks that the Cylons are using Carillon as a trap and suspects an imminent attack but none of the council members believe him.
Guest Stars: Bruce Wright as Deck Hand | Geoffrey Binney as 2nd Warrior | Paul Coufos as Pilot | David Matthau as Operative | Carole Baxter as Woman in elevator | Sandy Gimpel as Seetol | Pattie Brooks as Tucana Singer | Pattie Brooks as Tucana Singer | David Matthau as Operative | Paul Coufos as Pilot | Geoffrey Binney as 2nd Warrior | Bruce Wright as Deck Hand | Chip Johnson as 1st Warrior
Director: Richard Colla

4 :01x04 - The Lost Planet of the Gods

Sep/24/1978
Starbuck and Apollo when on patrol discover a huge void in space. Adama wishes to go through it as he remembers in an ancient book it says it is on the way to earth. Boomer discovers a Cylon listening post on an asteroid and when he and Jolly return they are both dizzy, Boomer skips decontamination to go to Apollo's bachelor's send-off party and end up making all the pilots sick.
Guest Stars: Leann Hunley as Female Warrior #1 | Bruce Wright as Bay Technician | Paul Coufos as Guard | Janet Julian as Brie | Gay Thomas as Female Warrior #3 | Jennifer Joseph as Female Warrior #2 | Janet Lynn Curtis as Sorrell | Janet Lynn Curtis as Sorrell | Jennifer Joseph as Female Warrior #2 | Gay Thomas as Female Warrior #3 | Janet Julian as Brie | Paul Coufos as Guard | George Murdock as Dr. Salik | Leann Hunley as Female Warrior #1 |
Uncredited: Jonathan Harris (1) as Lucifer | Felix Silla as Lucifer | Jonathan Harris (1) as Lucifer | Felix Silla as Lucifer

5 :01x05 - The Lost Planet of the Gods Part 2

Oct/01/1978
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Guest Stars: Bruce Wright as Bay Technician | Paul Coufos as Guard | Janet Lynn Curtis as Sorrell | Janet Lynn Curtis as Sorrell | Jennifer Joseph as Female Warrior #2 | Gay Thomas as Female Warrior #3 | Janet Julian as Brie | Paul Coufos as Guard | George Murdock as Dr. Salik | Leann Hunley as Female Warrior #1

7 :01x07 - The Long Patrol

Oct/15/1978
The team on the Galactica build a new ultra fast but unarmed Viper to do long recon. Starbuck volunteers to take the mission. He runs into a ship being chased by another and intervenes. Starbuck is caught by galactic police and is imprisoned on a prison planet and must find a way to escape.
Guest Stars: James Whitmore, Jr. as robber | Ian Abercrombie as Froger | Arlene Martel as Adultress | Sean McClory as Assault | John Holland as maitre 'd | Nancy DeCarl as robber's wife | Cathy Paine as C.O.R.A. | Robert Hathaway as Enforcer | Robert Hathaway as Enforcer | Cathy Paine as C.O.R.A. | Nancy DeCarl as robber's wife | John Holland as maitre 'd | Sean McClory as Assault | Ian Abercrombie as Froger | James Whitmore, Jr. as robber

8 :01x08 - The Gun on Ice Planet Zero

Oct/22/1978
While on a patrol, Viper pilots notice a giant pulsar cannon at a Cylon outpost. Adama realizes that Baltar is trying to lure the Galactica into a trap, so Adama sends a team of commandos down to the planet to destroy it. What the team leaders aren't happy about is that several of the team are violent prisoners.
Guest Stars: Jeff MacKay as Komma | Richard Lynch (1) as Wolfe | Walt Davis as Vickers | Alex Hyde-White as Cadet Bow | Christine Belford as Leda | Britt Ekland as Tenna | Denny Miller as Ser 5-9 | Larry Cedar as Cadet Shields | Larry Cedar as Cadet Shields | Denny Miller as Ser 5-9 | Britt Ekland as Tenna | Christine Belford as Leda | Alex Hyde-White as Cadet Bow | Walt Davis as Vickers | Richard Lynch (1) as Wolfe | Alan Stock as Cadet Cree | Jeff MacKay as Komma | Larry Manetti as Giles
Director: Alan J. Levi

9 :01x09 - The Gun on Ice Planet Zero Part II

Oct/29/1978
The team of commandos which include several prisoners land on the planet in order to destroy the cannon. The get help from a group of people that serve the Cylon's in order to help destroy. They realize that a human is helping the Cylon's by making technology for them. The team manages to get his help in order to destroy the gun.
Guest Stars: Jeff MacKay as Komma | Alan Stock as Cadet Cree | Richard Lynch (1) as Wolfe | Britt Ekland as Tenna | Larry Manetti as Giles | Dan O'Herlihy as Dr. Ravishol | Denny Miller as Ser 5-9 | Britt Ekland as Tenna | Christine Belford as Leda | Alex Hyde-White as Cadet Bow | Walt Davis as Vickers | Alan Stock as Cadet Cree | Larry Manetti as Giles
Director: Alan J. Levi

10 :01x10 - The Magnificent Warriors

Nov/12/1978
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Guest Stars: Rance Howard as Farnes | Brett Somers as Siress Belloby | Ben Frommer as Nogow | Brett Somers as Siress Belloby | Dennis Fimple as Duggy | Eric Server as Dipper | Rance Howard as Farnes | Olan Soule as Carmichael

11 :01x11 - The Young Lords

Nov/19/1978
When Starbuck crash lands on the planet Atilla, where the Cylon's have destroyed all humans except for several children. The children hunt the Cylon's as warriors in order to free their father who the Cylon's hold in their fort. With the help of Starbuck will they be able to free him?
Guest Stars: Jonathan Harris (1) as Spectre | Bruce Glover as Megan | Audrey Landers as Miri | Brigitte Muller as Ariadne | Jonathan B. Woodward as Robus | Adam Mann as Nilz | Adam Mann as Nilz | Jonathan B. Woodward as Robus | Audrey Landers as Miri | Bruce Glover as Megan | Jonathan Harris (1) as Spectre

12 :01x12 - The Living Legend

Nov/26/1978
On a patrol Starbuck and Apollo are amazed to discover that the Battlestar Pegasus which they assumed was destroyed. The Pegasus is commanded by Commander Cain who is a living legend for many people in the fleet.
Guest Stars: Ted Hamaguchi as Helmsman | Lloyd Bridges as Cain | Junero Jennings as Launch Officer on Pegasus | Junero Jennings as Launch Officer on Pegasus | Lloyd Bridges as Cain | Ted Hamaguchi as Helmsman | Felix Silla as Lucifer | Jonathan Harris (1) as Lucifer

13 :01x13 - The Living Legend Part II

Dec/03/1978
The commander of the Pegasus, Commander Cain makes the Galactica join in on a full out attack against the Cylons. Adama is unsure about it because he believes the plan to be a suicide mission and will destroy the lives of the entire fleet.
Guest Stars: Jack Stauffer as Bojay | Ted Hamaguchi as Helmsman | Junero Jennings as Helmsman | Felix Silla as Lucifer | Junero Jennings as Helmsman | Lloyd Bridges as Cain | Ted Hamaguchi as Helmsman | Jack Stauffer as Bojay | Felix Silla as Lucifer | Jonathan Harris (1) as Lucifer
Director: Vince Edwards

15 :01x15 - War of the Gods

Jan/14/1979
The fleet is attacked by glowing lights, which are traveling past them much faster than they can follow. Apollo, Starbuck and Sheba find the remains of a spaceship. They find a man named Count Iblis at the wreck and he helps them capture Baltar.
Guest Stars: Olan Soule as Carmichael | Bruce Wright as Guard | John Williams (1) as Sire Montrose | Patrick Macnee as Iblis | Jack Stauffer as Bojay | Kirk Alyn as Old Man | Paula Victor as Old Woman | Janet Julian as Brie | Janet Julian as Brie | Paula Victor as Old Woman | Kirk Alyn as Old Man | Jack Stauffer as Bojay | Paul Coufos as Pilot #1 | Patrick Macnee as Iblis | John Williams (1) as Sire Montrose | Bruce Wright as Guard | Olan Soule as Carmichael
Director: Daniel Haller

16 :01x16 - War of the Gods Part II

Jan/21/1979
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Guest Stars: John Williams (1) as Sire Montrose | Patrick Macnee as Iblis | Patrick Macnee as Iblis | John Williams (1) as Sire Montrose
Director: Daniel Haller

17 :01x17 - The Man with Nine Lives

Jan/28/1979
Starbuck meets an old man who is a con artist called Chameleon who convinces Starbuck that he is his father. Apollo soon learns that he is not telling the truth but only using Starbuck to avoid a trio of bloodthirsty Borellians who want him dead.
Guest Stars: Leann Hunley as Female Warrior | Alex Hyde-White as Warrior | Pamela Susan Shoop as IFB Interviewer | John Holland as maitre 'd | Dan Barton (1) as ducket taker | Anne Jeffreys as Siress Blassie | Patricia Stich as Broadcaster Zara | Patricia Stich as Broadcaster Zara | Fred Astaire as Chameleon/Capt. Dmitri | Anne Jeffreys as Siress Blassie | Dan Barton (1) as ducket taker | John Holland as maitre 'd | Pamela Susan Shoop as IFB Interviewer | Alex Hyde-White as Warrior | Lance LeGault as Maga | Leann Hunley as Female Warrior | Robert Feero as Bora | Anthony De Longis as Taba
Director: Rod Holcomb

18 :01x18 - Murder on the Rising Star

Feb/18/1979
After a popular sporting event one of the members in the team Starbuck was playing and his main rival is found dead. Starbuck is the main suspect and Apollo is the only one who believes him and must prove his is innocent.
Guest Stars: W.K. Stratton as Barton | Newell Alexander as Elias | Ben Frank as Chella/Riftis | Frank Ashmore as Flight Sgt. Ortega | Patricia Stich as Broadcaster Zara | Ted Parker as Commentator Zed | Jeff MacKay as CPI Komma | Ted Parker as Commentator Zed | Patricia Stich as Broadcaster Zara | Frank Ashmore as Flight Sgt. Ortega | Lyman Ward as Pallon/Karibdis | Ben Frank as Chella/Riftis | Newell Alexander as Elias | W.K. Stratton as Barton
Director: Rod Holcomb

19 :01x19 - Greetings from Earth (1)

Feb/25/1979
While on patrol Apollo and Starbuck find a primitive ships carrying a family of a man, woman and 4 children. Speculation soon spread around the fleet that the mysterious people they have found are from Earth but is that who they really are?
Guest Stars: Curt Lowens as Krebbs | Lloyd Bochner as Commander Leiter | Alex Rodine as Lanceman | Eric Larson (1) as Todd | Murray Matheson as Statesman Geller | Lesley Woods (1) as Aggie Morelane | George Murdock as Dr. Salik | Bobby Van as Hector | Bobby Van as Hector | Lesley Woods (1) as Aggie Morelane | Murray Matheson as Statesman Geller | Eric Larson (1) as Todd | Alex Rodine as Lanceman | Frank Marth as Josh Moreland | Curt Lowens as Krebbs | Randolph Mantooth as Michael | Randolph Mantooth as Michael | Ron Kelly as Security Officer Reese
Director: Rod Holcomb

20 :01x20 - Greetings from Earth (2)

Feb/25/1979
Starbuck, Apollo and Sheba take the people from the sleeper ship to the planet they were heading, a farming planet. Once they arrive they find themselves with a new threat called the Eastern Alliance, a Nazi like society who is intent on destroying them.
Guest Stars: Curt Lowens as Krebbs | Frank Marth as Josh Moreland | Murray Matheson as Statesman Geller | Lesley Woods (1) as Aggie Morelane | Bobby Van as Hector | Bobby Van as Hector | Lesley Woods (1) as Aggie Morelane | Eric Larson (1) as Todd | Alex Rodine as Lanceman | Lloyd Bochner as Commander Leiter | Frank Marth as Josh Moreland | Curt Lowens as Krebbs | Randolph Mantooth as Michael
Director: Rod Holcomb

21 :01x21 - Baltar's Escape

Mar/11/1979
Baltar, with the help of fellow prisoners, organizes a takeover of the prison barge with the idea of fleeing the Galactica and taking personal revenge in the process.
Guest Stars: Lance LeGault as Maga | Ina Balin as Siress Tinia | Anthony De Longis as Taba | John Hoyt as Sire Dombra | John Dullaghan as Dr. Wilker | Robert Feero as Bora | Paul LeClair as Guard #2 | Robert Feero as Bora | John Dullaghan as Dr. Wilker | John Hoyt as Sire Dombra | Bruce Wright as Guard #4 | Anthony De Longis as Taba | Ina Balin as Siress Tinia | Lance LeGault as Maga | Ron Kelly as Security Officer Reese | Lloyd Bochner as Commander Leiter
Director: Winrich Kolbe

22 :01x22 - Experiment in Terra

Mar/18/1979
Apollo has a routine patrol interrupted and finds himself on a strange world where he is treated as if he is an entirely different person. Even as he wonders whether this world is the Earth the fleet has been searching for, Apollo tries to stop an all out war between rival factions that would destroy much of the population.
Guest Stars: Sidney Clute as Stone | John de Lancie as Officer | Edward Mulhare as John | Ken Swofford as General Maxwell | Russ Marin as alliance member | Logan Ramsey as Moore | Nehemiah Persoff as Commander | Peter MacLean as President Arends | Jordan Rhodes as Brace | Nehemiah Persoff as Commander | Logan Ramsey as Moore | Russ Marin as alliance member | Ken Swofford as General Maxwell | Edward Mulhare as John | John de Lancie as Officer
Director: Rod Holcomb

23 :01x23 - Take the Celestra

Apr/01/1979
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Guest Stars: Ted Hamaguchi as crewman #3 | Randy Stumpf as Damon | Nick Holt as Charka | Michael Horsley as mutineer #2 | Richard Styles as Hermes | Robert Murvin as duty officer | Michael Horsley as mutineer #2 | Randy Stumpf as Damon | Nick Holt as Charka | Ted Hamaguchi as crewman #3 | Paul Fix as Kronus | James R. Parkes as mutineer #1 | Paul Fix as Commander Kronus | Ana Alicia as Aurora
Director: Daniel Haller

24 :01x24 - The Hand of God

Apr/29/1979
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Guest Stars: David Greenan as Omega
Network: ABC ( USA)
Type: Scripted
Genres: Action, Adventure, Drama, Sci-Fi
Status: Canceled/Ended
Airs: Sundays at 08:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: September 17, 1978
Ended: April 29, 1979
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