References to the Re-imagined Series

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Film

Dangerous Days: Making Blade Runner

  • Mentioned once.

Deck-A-Rep: The True Nature of Rick Deckard

Futurama: Bender's Big Score

  • Features a "Cylon War Memorial Makeout Point."

Futurama: The Beast With A Billion Backs

  • A robot with features from the re-imagined Centurion works the capstan on the pirate spaceship during Bender's attack on the alien Yivo. Later the same robot is seen fighting in the background, using needle/razor fingered hands as on the re-imagined Centurion.

God Bless America

  • The main character Frank Murdoch assumes that his accomplice Chloe liked the "new Battlestar Galactica".

The House Bunny

  • Natalie mentions this to Colby while eating a hot dog

Lucky Number Slevin

  • A Battlestar Galactica poster is seen.

Nexus Generation: Fans & Filmmakers

  • Cylons are mentioned as being influenced by Blade Runner

Sydney White

  • One of the characters is offended by the joke that Adama is a Cylon.

The Terminators

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Music

Battlestar

Jonathan Coulton

The Crashtones

Depeche Mode Remix

Incubus

  • Incubus has made a song entitled "Battlestar Scralatchica".

Live Performances

Lewis Black: Luther Burbank Performing Arts Center Blues

Television

See References to the Re-imagined Series (Television).

Literature

Avatars Trilogy

  • Several characters in the Avatars trilogy by Tui T. Sutherland reference Battlestar Galactica on several occasions. The brothers Gus and Andrew recall watching the entire series on DVD (which has been off the air for three years in the book's time frame of December 2012), Andrew wishes to name his first born daughter Kara, and Gus uses derivatives of frak on occasion.

More Information Than You Require

  • John Hodgman claims that the original Battlestar Galactica was a "re-imagining" of the classic Battlestar Galactica radio program of the 1920s.[3]

Star Trek

Star Wars

Comics

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eight

Deadpool

  • Deadpool and Weasel catch up as friends by watching TiVo'd episodes of "Battlestar Galactica".

Star Wars

Video games

FreeSpace 2

  • One of the Vasudan pilots respond to orders with the phrase, "By your command".

Webcomics/Comic strips

See References to the Re-imagined Series (Webcomics).

Podcasts

StarTalk Live

  • On Neil deGrasse Tyson's radio show StarTalk Radio, comedian Leighann Lord pretends to be a computer voice saying "Launch Colonial Viper 1."[4]

Thrilling Adventure Hour

Radio

The Hour of Slack

  • In The Hour of Slack episode #1361, performance artist Zero Boy said Cylons overruled a Klingon criminal he was paid to follow.[6]

Others

External links

References

  1. Battle of Galactica (backup available on Archive.org) (in ). (4 November 2008). Retrieved on 15 December 2008.
  2. thephoenix.com/. Live at the Coolidge Corner. The Phoenix. 22 October 2008. Podcast accessed on 15 December, 2008 Seek to: 37:00. Total running time: 1:01:10. (POD Icon.pngPOD)
  3. Hodgman, John. More Information Than You Require. ISBN 9780525950349, p. 232.
  4. http://startalkradio.net/. Holiday Lights. StarTalk Radio. 19 December 2010. Podcast accessed on 30 January, 2011 Seek to: 34:34. Total running time: 56:57. (POD Icon.pngPOD)
  5. http://thrillingadventurehour.com/. Teenagers of the Corn. Thrilling Adventure Hour. 19 March 2012. Podcast accessed on 11 November, 2012 Seek to: 6:42. Total running time: 21:36. (POD Icon.pngPOD)
  6. Hour of Slack #1361 - The ASK DR. HAL Show with Drummond, Stang & Zero Boy Pt. 1 of 2 (backup available on Archive.org) . Retrieved on 11 June 2012.