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“I think Battlestar is one of those shows that will continue to be enjoyed because at least at this point, it’s not dated yet and it’s still relevant to what goes on in our society. I watch The Walking Dead and I’m like “Wow, if Battlestar was 10 years later in the era of bingewatching when it originally aired, in the era of Twitter and social media, would it have reached those kind of masses initially?” Because it’s a very similar story in many ways of human survival and the depths that people go to to survive…” Tricia Helfer [x] 

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“One of the things I learned from Laura Roslin was that - and I think is true for a lot of women - we vastly underestimate what we are capable of.  Because somewhere, culturally, we’ve gotten a mixed message since the day we were born…and she taught me that there’s far more in us that we’re capable of as women than we even knew. That is the biggest thing she taught me.” (x) - Mary McDonnell on what she learned from Laura Roslin

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TV Meme : Pilot (1/1)

Battlestar Galactica

Are they the lucky ones? That’s what you’re thinking, isn’t it? We’re a long way from home. We’ve jumped way beyond the Red Line into uncharted space. Limited supplies. Limited fuel. No allies. And now no hope! Maybe it would have been better for us to have died quickly back on the colonies with our families instead of dying out here slowly in the emptiness of dark space. Where shall we go? What shall we do? “Life here began out there”. Those are the first words of the sacred scrolls. And they were told to us by the Lords of Kobol many countless centuries ago. And they made it perfectly clear that we are not alone in this universe.”