Battlestar Galactica

The Lost Planet of the Gods (2) - S1-E5

Continuity mistake: When Serina rings the bell and says "This round's on me", she lets go of the rope. When it cuts she is still holding the rope.


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The Lost Planet of the Gods (2) - S1-E5

Continuity mistake: During the wedding ceremony, Adama states he is about to recite the most powerful words in the universe. He then says "Under the eyes of God, bound by the symbol of the faiths of the Lord of Kobol.". But in doing so, the actor forgot that in the show's "universe", humans believe in multiple gods, referring to them as the "Lords of Kobol" and "The Gods".



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