Battlestar Galactica is one of the great shows of my youth. I watched it as a 7 year old kid, sitting on bean bags with my brother in front of the TV. Eventually my parents bought me a Colonial Viper and a Cylon Raider for my brother where both contained a miniature character - a fighter pilot or centurion. However, I never had the trading cards and so I got a wax pack and dove right in with some nice pulls!
The Cylons , under the guise of peace, destroyed Caprica and all battleships excluding the Galactica. Here they rain fire down upon the helpless citizens!
Imagine Las Vegas actually pays out! Great food, winning at gambling, dancing, and music. That's the appearance of Carillon where everyone is a winner! However, the Ovion Insectoids preyed upon the helpless visitors and were in cahoots with the Cylons. Their horrid appearance portrays the hideousness of their scheming! Now contrast that with the beautiful Cassiopea, clinging onto Starbuck and portraying the perfect damsel in distress held in the protective arms of her hero.
My brother and I played Battlestar Galactica as kids, running around the house, inside or out, using whatever we could find as weapons (usually it was a tree branch). The make-believe was even better for me if I got to be a Cylon. I'd talk in a Cylon voice and march around in their slow yet methodic way, trying to shoot down my enemy! I wouldn't take cover behind barriers because Cylons weren't afraid of anything!
Cassiopea was one of the fair ladies in the series one of Starbuck's love interests. I was more of fan of Serina fan (played by Jane Seymour) but am happy to pull a sticker of her anyways.
You can watch the original Battlestar Galactica series on Tubi TV for free. Check it out and you'll become a fan!
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