Battlestar Galactica

Greetings from Earth (2) - S1-E20

Continuity mistake: The Commandant of the Alliance destroyer is told the homing beacon on Paradeen is no longer transmitting. Yet in the next scene on Paradeen, Michael asks Vector if the beacon has been destroyed, as ordered, and Vector replies that he forgot to do it.


Greetings from Earth (2) - S1-E20

Continuity mistake: When Hector and Vector first arrive, Starbuck and Apollo are standing about a foot apart. Every time the shot cuts to a closer angle, they're shoulder-to-shoulder with no space in between. (00:07:20)

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Greetings from Earth (2) - S1-E20

Continuity mistake: When Starbuck and Apollo slide down the roof and hit the soldiers, the soldier that Apollo lands on loses his helmet. When it cuts his helmet is on and he loses it again. (01:29:55)

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