First look at five Season Two episodes


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WRITER: David Weddle & Bradley Thompson
DIRECTOR: Michael Rymer

Chaos is rampant as paramedics try to save Commander Adama's life, and the Galactica is separated from the fleet. Suspicion is cast on even the closest of allies. Part 1 of 2.

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WRITER: David Weddle & Bradley Thompson
DIRECTOR: Michael Rymer

Cylon Centurions board the Galactica and wreak havoc, and Lee leads a team of Marines to try and stop them. Part 2 of 2.

As Commander Adama lies near death, Colonel Tigh must face the civilian government -- who fear the commander was instigating a coup by arresting President Roslin.

Kara and Helo fall in with a group of humans who have survived on Caprica and started a resistance movement.

Kara is shot and wakes up in a remote hospital facility on Caprica, and learns that her friendly doctor has his own plans for her future.
Lee joins President Roslin and Tom Zarek in a separatist fleet determined to explore Kobol, forcing Commander Adama to find a new flight leader for the Galactica.


GateWorld has obtained the first details on the upcoming second season of Battlestar Galactica, including a handful of photos!

The new season kicks off with "Scattered," and the fleet is in chaos as Commander Adama's life hangs by a thread. Boomer (the Galactica version) can't believe what she has done, and must face the music.

Adama remains in a coma in "Valley of Darkness," but a new crisis emerges when Cylon Centurions manage to board the Galactica. Apollo leads a team of Marines to try and stop them.

Colonel Tigh is "Fragged" in the new season's third episode, still in command as Adama lays near death. As things calm down following the recent run-in with the Cylons, Tigh must face the civilian government (including Sagitaron representative Tom Zarek, played by Richard Hatch) -- who suggest that Adama was instigating a coup by arresting President Laura Roslin (who still remains in the ship's brig).

Events shift back to the planet Caprica in "Resistance," in which Kara and Helo encounter a group of human survivors who hope to one day overthrow the Cylon occupation.

Kara is shot as "The Farm" opens, and wakes up in what's left of a hospital facility on Caprica. Her friends are nowhere to be found, and Kara begins to suspect that her kindly doctor, Simon, has plans for her future. Believing the human race must be repopulated or face extinction, he encourages Kara to bear children.

Visit the
Season Two episode guide for all the details, plus photos from "Scattered" and "Valley of Darkness."

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Details on new Galactica episodes and a future Trek movie
Posted by capt. xerox on Tuesday, May 31 @ 08:28:59 PDT (12 reads)

Details are emerging about the first few episodes of the second season of Battlestar Galactica. If you don't mind getting a sneak preview, here's a story that will whet your appetite. Unlike last season, the new episodes will air first on Sci-Fi Channel in July then on Sky in the U.K. in October. I guess the Brits will have to get their fix via P2P this time. Meanwhile, rumours of Star Trek's demise have been greatly exaggerated. Rick Berman says a new movie is in the works with an all new cast and will be finished in two to three years time.