Why the 1978 Battlestar Galactica Doesn’t Suck

I remember seeing Battlestar Galactica and Buck Rogers at a movie drive-in.
And I remember those bubblegum cards for various movies and tv shows.

On thing Id like to have seen is The Galactica finds Earth but, it's the Earth of Buck Rodger in the 25th century. I actually found a fan fiction story in which that exactly what happed. The story was surprisingly good. :)
I used to like Lucifer. There was a chilling calm in that droid Model.

He was a very likable character and a pretty good foil for Baltar. There were things about him that seemed to set him apart from the other machines of particular his class. One gets the impression that he harbored no Illusions about Baltar's faults and limitations. I think that were he the Imperious leader , he would not keep Baltar around nor would he waste valuable time hunting down the colonials. He'd let them go.
I think they had problems because they couldn't figure out what to do with the show, as they targeted children but had a terrifying and adult main story arc (i.e., facing genocide).

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