The Patriot Resource - Battlestar Galactica

Season One Opening:
"The Cylons were created by man.
They Rebelled.
They Evolved.
They look and feel Human.
Some are programmed to think they are human.
There are many copies.
And they have a plan."

Season 1 Episode Summaries:

Episode 1: 33; Written by Ronald Moore; Directed by Michael Rymer; 1/14/05
In a deadly game of cat-and-mouse, a ragtag fleet of humans desperately tries to escape from the Cylon pursuers who are repeatedly attacking them every 33 minutes. When an exhausted Adama discovers that a nearby passenger ship has managed to pass by unscathed, he fears that a traitor onboard may be planning the annihilation of the entire fleet.

Episode 2: Water; Written by Ronald Moore; Directed by Marita Grabiak; 1/14/05
When a mysterious explosion destroys most of the Galactica's water supply, Adama and President Roslin attempt to control the ensuing riots, while Baltar searches for any Cylons who may have infiltrated the crew.

Episode 3: Bastille Day; Written by Toni Graphia; Directed by Allan Kroeker; 1/21/05
An icy planet may hold the key to the Galactica's rapidly depleting water source, but when Lee visits a prison transport ship to round up "volunteers" for the mission, he unwittingly sets off a political firestorm.

Episode 4: Act of Contrition;
Written by Bradley Thompson & David Weddle; Directed by Rod Hardy; 1/28/05
After a flight deck accident kills thirteen of their best pilots, Adama orders Kara to train a new squad, forcing her to confront painful memories of the death of the commander's son.

Episode 5: You Can't Go Home Again; Writers: Carla Robinson; Director: Sergio Mimica-Gezzan; 2/4/05
When Kara goes missing after encountering a hostile Cylon patrol during a training mission, Adama and Leee exhaust every avenue to bring back their ace pilot.

Episode 6: Litmus; Writer: Jeff Vlaming,; Directed by Rod Hardy; 2/11/05
Doral, a Cylon sneaks aboard and blows hiimself up forcing Commander Adama and President Roslin to make public the terrifying secret that Cylons look like humans. Adama appoints an independent tribunal to investigate the security breach and appoints Sgt. Hadrian head investigator. Hadrian finds that the hatch was left open and focuses the investigation on Chief Tyrol. Tyrol's crew covers for him. Hadrian attempts to further the inquiry but the commander shuts down the tribunal.

Episode 7: Six Degrees of Separation; Written by Michael Angeli; Directed by Robert Young; 2/18/05
Number Six mysteriously appears in human form on the bridge of the Galactica. But when she present a disc that condemns Baltar for plotting against the human race with the Cylons, Adama must decide whether or not to believe the stunning stranger.

Episode 8: Flesh and Bone; Written by Toni Graphia; Directed by Brad Turner; 2/25/05
A Cylon named Leobon engages Kara and President Roslin in a deadly battle of wills when he reveals that he's hidden a nuclear device on one of the ships.

Episode 9: Tigh Me Up, Tigh Me Down; Writers: Jeff Vlaming; Director: Edward James Olmos; 3/4/05
President Roslin suspects that Adama might really be a Cylon when she discovers he's been making secret wireless calls. When he returns to the ship with Tigh's sultry estranged wife, who is seeking reconciliation, personal and political lines are drawn among the remaining crew members.

Episode 10: The Hand of God;
Writers: David Weddle & Bradley Thompson; Directed by Jeff Woolnough; 3/11/05
When a tylium-rich asteroid inhabited by Cylons is discovered, Kara proposes a risky plan that will leave the Cylons stranded in space if successful, but could also endanger every life on board.

Episode 11: Colonial Day; Written by Carla Robinson; Directed by Jonas Pate; 3/18/05
Politics turn ugly at the Interim Quorum of the 12 Colonies when an assassin sneaks on to the site during the vice-presidential election, and President Roslin is forced to turn to an unlikely candidate for her running mate.

Episode 12: Kobol's Last Gleaming, Part 1;
Written by Ronald Moore; Story by David Eick; Directed by Michael Rymer; 3/25/05
A supply team reaches a planet that looks like it could sustain human life, and the crew of the Galactica is hopeful they have reached Kobol, the legendary "home of the gods." Before they can reach the surface though, they must destroy the immense Cylon basestar that guards their last chance for survival.

Episode 13: Kobol's Last Gleaming, Part 2;
Written by Ronald Moore; Story by David Eick; Directed by Michael Rymer; 4/1/05
Civil war simmers amongst the crew of the fleet when Adama learns that Kara disobeyed him on President Roslin's orders. With time running out, an unlikely pilot will deliiver a fatal blow to the Cylon basestar and change the fate of everyone aboard the Galactica forever.

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