Battlestar Galactica

Trivia: Edward James Olmos (Commander Adama) plays a man involved in a search for dangerous androids who are nearly impossible to distinguish from humans. He played a man in a very similar situation in Blade Runner as Gaff. Amusing coincidence.

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Grumpy Scot

Trivia: Tricia Helfer's character "Number 6" was named as a tribute to the 1967 series "The Prisoner".

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Grumpy Scot

Trivia: Season 1 Finale "Kobol's Last Gleaming Part 2" There is a fight between Tricia Heffler and Katee Sackoff, where the actresses decided to do their own stunts. Tricia threw Katee into a real vase, resulting in a large bruise. They both thought all the props around them were breakaway material.

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Trivia: The "Weapons Locker" being used by the 'new' Cylon foursome as a meeting place is designated "1701D", a clear reference to producer Ron Moore's previous work on "Star Trek: The Next Generation" where the U.S.S. Enterprise was designated "NCC-1701D".

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johnrosa

Trivia: After several discussions with Edward James Olmos and viewing the movie, Tricia Helfer decided to base her character on the replicant Roy Batty from the film "Blade Runner."

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Grumpy Scot

Trivia: In the commentary on the episode "Pegasus," Ron Moore states that behind the scenes, Number Six had been nicknamed "Gina" in response to the derogatory nickname critics had labeled the series - GINO (for "Galactica In Name Only). For Razor, the Number Six model aboard the Pegasus was eventually named Gina on-screen.

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JC Fernandez

Trivia: The guy who plays Lt. Brendan 'Hot Dog' Costanza is really Edward James Olmos's son Bodie.

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mrslaura

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