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The Passage - Battlestar Galactica

Epsiode Synopsis

A planet has been spotted but before the fleet can get to it, they need to through a star cluster so its called but its more like a giant dust and solar cloud. As it dangerous with high levels of radiation, Lieutenant Sharon Valerii is sent through the cloud first to investigate what the effect could be. When Boomer returns, she describes the planet positively. Admiral William Adama decides that they must go through the cloud to the planet and that the Colonial Viper pilots will guide the fleet through in Colonial Raptors.

Lieutenant Louanne 'Kat' Katraine catches up with her when someone comes aboard the Battlestar Galactica 2003 and recognises her. When Lieutenant Kara Thrace spots the interaction between Kat and the mysterious member, Kara decides to confront Kat and find out the truth. Kat comes clean and tell Kara the whole truth.

The run through the clouds begins and although they loose a small number of ships, it is declared a success. The Raptor pilots are required to do multiple jumps with a break in between all the jumps. Kat is nearly lost but when she does make it through, she is very sick but is rewarded by Adama with promotion.

The planet is a rocky planet like Earth but has a ring system much like our Saturn.

On the Cylon Basestar , the D'anna Briers clone keeps committing suicide and reviving herself. Doctor Gaius Baltar confronts her about this and also goes to talk to the ships avatar where they work out where to go next, the Eye of Jupiter.

Episode Details


Series3
Number10
Previous EpisodeUnfinished Business
Next EpisodeThe Eye of Jupiter

Copyright: Vivendi Universal


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