As the fleet prepares for an imminent Cylon attack, Apollo and Starbuck attempt to penetrate the enemy base star.
Starbuck's long-lost love becomes involved in a mutiny led by a power-hungry junior officer.
An angelic stranger urges Apollo to intercede on a world called Terra and prevent its destruction in a nuclear holocaust.
Adama is forced to surrender himself to Baltar when the traitor leads a revolt during a Council-ordered prisoner transfer.
When Galactica's atmosphere proves unfit for the humans, Adama orders them sent to their original destination.
Apollo and Starbuck discover a family of humans held in suspended animation aboard a primitive alien vessel.
Apollo uncovers a blackmail plot and finds his own life in danger when he tries to clear Starbuck of a murder charge.
An old con man (Fred Astaire) on the run gains sanctuary aboard Galactica by hinting he may be Starbuck's long-lost father.
Iblis (Patrick Macnee) offers the Galactica leaders three wishes in exchange for their unquestioning loyalty.
A lone alien survivor (Patrick Macnee) charms the fleet with his abilities and his promises to locate Earth.
After a Cylon kamikaze attack, Adama lies critically injured while fire threatens Athena and Boxey.
Adama reluctantly joins with Cain (Lloyd Bridges) as the two fleets merge for a surprise attack on the Cylons.
Adama clashes with the reckless, legendary commander (Lloyd Bridges) of another battlestar.
Starbuck crash-lands on a planet and is rescued by a band of children who ransom him to the Cylons in exchange for their father.
A mission to replenish supplies of seed finds Adama rekindling an old romance and Starbuck becoming a reluctant sheriff.
Enslaved clones join Galactica fighters in an attempt to destroy a planet-based laser.
The Galactica faces destruction from a crew of Cylons manning the most powerful weapon in history.
While on the test flight of a new ship, Starbuck loses the craft to a convict and finds himself marooned on a prison world.
Apollo crash-lands into the middle of a conflict between colonial pioneers and a hired Cylon gunslinger.
Despite the Galactica's efforts to escape, the Cylons continue to pursue them through the magnetic void.
In order to escape from an attack by the Cylons, the Galactica heads toward an endless magnetic void; despite the Galactica's efforts to escape, the Cylons continue to pursue them through the magnetic void.
Adama becomes concerned when Sire Uri (Ray Milland) authorizes much of the fleet population to visit Carillon.
Apollo, Boomer and Starbuck seek supplies on a distant planet after finding the fleet's stores contaminated.
The remnants of an ambushed space fleet, one huge mothership and 220 smaller vessels, undertake a new mission.