Pooled knowledge proves deadly, and Galactica’s fate is sealed as it makes a last leap into the unknown.
A desperate attack on the vast Cylon construct takes its toll, while the shared vision of events at the Opera House are made real.
Key figures of the fleet, who have a momentous decision to make, remember their lives before the Cylon attack.
Maintaining Galactica proves impractical, Cavil’s schemes come together on the colony and Starbuck asks Baltar a favour.
Starbuck is bugged by a tune from childhood while Tyrol is seduced by visions of a future with Boomer, his Sharon.
Tigh has an unlooked-for reunion as the Cylon splinter group must decide their future.
Extracting Cylon secrets from a captive on Cavil’s Basestar or an injured Anders on Galactica fails to heal the rifts all sides are suffering.
Pockets of resistance continue to trouble the fleet’s new leaders – but Adama’s fate is sealed.
Trust is betrayed as a meticulous uprising starts from the heart of Galactica, but hope for a bloodless takeover proves naive.
Opposition to closer cooperation with the Cylons places the disaffected fleet at odds with Adama.
For some, the end of the quest is the final straw as shocking discoveries shake their faith or stir further mysteries.
A hostage situation escalates, as the solution to finding Earth is desperately sought before more executions occur.
The fate of Laura and the rebels is revealed as the Cylon civil war rages over D’Anna’s revival and the Resurrection Hub’s survival.
With Laura lost, the fleet’s governance is contested, and Adama lashes out at Tigh.
A way to identify the 'Final Five' humanoid models is offered by the Cylons, while Laura is intrigued by the Hybrid’s mention of her recurring vision.
On the Demetrius, Starbuck welcomes a familiar face, although her crew object - especially when they hear his proposal.
The backlash against Starbuck gets bloody, as does a meeting with the rebel Cylons. An ailing Laura discovers that Baltar’s sermons offer consolation.
Baltar’s provocative preaching spurs unrest. Tyrol takes against Adama’s words of comfort. Tigh talks in private with Caprica Six.
A troubled Cally believes Tyrol is unfaithful, but finds that the truth is worse. Starbuck’s quest for Earth feels marooned, while fleet politics engulf Apollo.
Spared from certain defeat, most of the crew also celebrate Starbuck’s return – though her improbable tale does not sway Adama. Spiritual shelter is offered to Baltar.
Starbuck is frantic to turn Galactica around, while surgically reversing the Raiders’ retreat is Cavil’s scheme, and Tory is sent to seduce Baltar.
Back when commanding Pegasus, Apollo promotes aloof Kendra Shaw, unaware her experiences under Admiral Helena Cain haunt her. \n\nA standalone story paralleling past events in ...
A desperate rescue mission from Pegasus requires Kendra and Starbuck co-operate, but while one must face her past, the other is told of her future.\n\nConcluding the standalone ...
Untrue testimony could seal Baltar’s fate. Laura learns her visions have been shared. An upset quartet reach an ugly realisation.
With their client’s life at stake, Baltar’s aggressive defence team try to discredit key witnesses in court. Mysterious music distracts some of the crew.
Protecting Baltar’s latest lawyer, Apollo is drawn into the idiosyncratic man’s pre-trial plans.
Fuel supply snags reveal a labour problem but Tyrol’s alarm is dismissed by Adama and Laura, dealing with Baltar’s disruptive writings.
Adama questions stressed Starbuck’s sanity, while past recollections make her question her destiny.
Adama and Laura resort to drugs to interrogate Baltar. Is Apollo and Dualla’s marriage on the rocks?
A routine repair job turns lethal for struggling couple Tyrol and Cally, while Adama mulls over memories of his ex-wife.
Deaths among the refugees he oversees cause Helo to suspect a sinister cause – but he is disbelieved.
The stand-off in space contrasts with fierce fights on the ground over the fate of the temple and shot-down Starbuck.
On the algae planet Chief Tyrol locates a lost temple. Unfortunately the Cylons also want its secrets.
The fleet must traverse hazardous space to reach an urgently needed food source, risking ships and lives.
Boxing exorcises a troubled crew’s demons as some recall the roller coaster of settling New Caprica and the effects of their choices.
A past covert mission’s repercussions are revealed when a friend presumed dead for three years flies back into Adama’s life.
Galactica encounters the stricken Basestar, which offers a merciless opportunity, while Baltar’s reliability is severely tested by D’Anna.
Bad attitudes poison thoughts aboard Galactica, while Baltar boards a Basestar afflicted by a Cylon-felling disease.
Those judged to have sided with the Cylons are being punished, while Baltar must adjust to a new home.
The Cylons trigger the execution order while a covert force from Galactica arrives, only to be betrayed.
Sacrifices must be made as hope of escaping New Caprica is met by a threat of utter destruction.
After four months of Cylon control on New Caprica the resistance leaders resort to desperate tactics, while Starbuck experiences strange treatment.
Violence escalates as a 'police' crack down on suspected insurgents invites revenge. Leoben has a surprise for Starbuck.
Chance discoveries raise hopes of a new home, threaten the Presidential result and reveal another Cylon face.
Anders on Caprica targets 'skin jobs', unaware of divisions between models.nSharon’s half-Cylon baby is in danger aboard Galactica.
Starbuck needs Sharon’s aid on a desperate journey, Baltar must boost his election chances, and Tyrol is in mental turmoil.
Pegasus is under questionable command, while Laura Roslin vacillates over a vote-losing stance on abortion.
Armed civilians take hostages to make a demand of Adama. The captives include Ellen Tigh, Dualla and Apollo.
Starbuck and Kat clash over tackling a cunning enemy Raider, placing green new pilots at greater risk.
Apollo has a personal stake when a criminal kingpin reveals the extent of his corrupting activities.
At death’s door, President Roslin declares Sharon's baby cannot be allowed to live. Cylon appeasers resort to terrorist tactics.
Though jointly assaulting the Cylons, Adama and Cain make mistrustful allies, while Apollo faces a lonely death.
A newer Battlestar finds the fleet, but Admiral Cain and her crew prove uncompromising, especially in their cruelty toward “skin job” Cylons.
Insubordinate Starbuck gets results, and Cain’s respect, as the crews join forces to raid a Cylon fleet. Baltar tends to the abused Six.
Journalist D'Anna Biers videos life aboard Galactica, though Adama may dislike how it is portrayed.
Tyrol is ridiculed for a building project, while the Cylon computer virus recurs to cripple Galactica.
The quest for Athena’s Tomb costs more lives. Taunted by the Six only he sees, Dr Baltar fears for his sanity.
Adama refuses to return Galactica to Kobol, so it is Roslin’s renegades that greet Starbuck and meet Sharon with hostility.
Tigh’s imposition of martial law meets defiance from the fleet. Starbuck and Helo are surprised by survivors on Caprica.
Injured Starbuck finds herself in a hospital hiding a sinister purpose. Laura Roslin makes an appeal to the fleet.
Cylon tech and troopers attack Galactica from the inside. Tyrol tries to save a life, while elsewhere Starbuck heads home.
Ill-equipped leaders on both Kobol and Galactica commit to dangerous choices.
Angered at Laura's actions, Adama mounts a raid on her ship. Starbuck must meanwhile fight for a relic.
Unprepared for power, Colonel Tigh’s command has a shaky start. Stranded crewmates struggle to survive back on Kobal and Caprica.
In trying to rebuild a legislative council Laura gives dissident Tom Zarek an opportunity to seek power.
Belief the fleet has found legendary Kobol leads Laura to ask a dangerous favour of Starbuck.
Laura grows suspicious of Adama, while the reappearance of Col. Tigh's wife also raises questions.
An urgently needed fuel source is found - but the Cylons have it. Laura's medical care takes on a mystical aspect
Baltar is accused of the security breaches that ensured the Cylon victory.
A version of Leoben is interrogated by Starbuck to find the location of a nuclear bomb in the fleet.