Battlestar Galactica

Battlestar Galactica (2003)

1 corrected entry in Kobol's Last Gleaming (1)

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Kobol's Last Gleaming (1) - S1-E14

Corrected entry: When Raptor 1 is shot down over Kobol, her windshield is blown out when she begins re-entry. The pilot and crew are buffeted by the atmosphere and can barely breathe or see to land. Why aren't they wearing vac suits and helmets like they have in EVERY raptor flight up until this point?

Grumpy Scot

Correction: In addition to this flight, there have been about 6 flights where the crew, the passengers, or at least one crewman has not worn the helmets. The flight searching for water, no one had on helmets. The rescue mission to Kobol for the downed raptor, none of the rescue party had helmets. It is implied in the first episode that none of the passengers had vac suits or helmets since they were civilians. When Starbuck was shot down, the rescue of Hotdog had the crewman without a helmet. Even Hotdog had his off. When Adama et. al jumped from the Battlestar to Kobol, to reunite the fleet, no one had vac suits or helmets.


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