Battlestar Galactica

The Living Legend (2) - S1-E13

Continuity mistake: After the Colonial assault force parachutes into the Cylon city and Boomer says, "Shouldn't take too much to blow 'em sky high," they race off to the left - and Apollo's sky diving helmet disappears from one shot to the next as they run.

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The Living Legend (2) - S1-E13

Continuity mistake: When Baltar sees the Pegasus, it is approaching with her bow toward Baltar's port side. The next exterior shot shows Baltar's ship heading with its bow toward Pegasus' starboard side, as if Baltar's ship reversed, letting Pegasus pass in front, then went forward again and veered sharply right to avoid collision.



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