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VIDEO: A Day In the Life

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A Day In the Life
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Length: 43:40
Aired: 2/18/2007

After 49 days without a Cylon sighting, there's growing optimism that the enemy has lost the scent. Lee (Jamie Bamber) cracks down on any complacency by ordering his pilots back to hardcore training. With more downtime than usual on his hands, Adama (Edward James Olmos) is having vivid memories of his long-dead ex-wife Caroline (Lucinda Jenney) on the anniversary of their marriage. Meanwhile, gossip is spreading about the Admiral's relationship with Laura Roslin (Mary McDonnell), as the two meet to discuss the trial of Gaius Baltar (James Callis). Elsewhere aboard Galactica, Tyrol (Aaron Douglas) and Cally (Nicki Clyne) are called in to repair a loading dock that had taken heavy fire during the escape from New Caprica. After inadvertently dislodging one of the patches, they find themselves trapped on the wrong side of an airlock as their remaining oxygen leaks away. Lee and Kara (Katee Sackhoff) attempt an unorthodox rescue before space can claim two more victims. watch

VIDEO: A Day In the Life

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A Day In the Life
Paid | iTunes
Length: 43:36
Aired: 2/18/2007

After 49 days without a Cylon sighting, there?s growing optimism that the enemy has lost the scent. Lee (Jamie Bamber) cracks down on any complacency by ordering his pilots back to hardcore training. With more downtime than usual on his hands, Adama (Edward James Olmos) is having vivid memories of his long-dead ex-wife Caroline (Lucinda Jenney) on the anniversary of their marriage. Meanwhile, gossip is spreading about the Admiral?s relationship with Laura Roslin (Mary McDonnell), as the two meet to discuss the trial of Gaius Baltar (James Callis). Elsewhere aboard Galactica, Tyrol (Aaron Douglas) and Cally (Nicki Clyne) are called in to repair a loading dock that had taken heavy fire during the escape from New Caprica. After inadvertently dislodging one of the patches, they find themselves trapped on the wrong side of an airlock as their remaining oxygen leaks away. Lee and Kara (Katee Sackhoff) attempt an unorthodox rescue before space can claim two more victims. watch

VIDEO: Battlestar Galactica 315

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Battlestar Galactica 315
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Length: 43:38
Aired: 2/18/2007

A Day In The Life: A lull in the Cylon menace gives Galactica's crew a rare breather until a pair of desperate crewmembers becomes trapped outside an airlock. watch

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Credits

Year Title Description
2013 Hemlock Grove TV Show Series, Executive Producer
2008 My Name Is Bruce Movie, Writer
1994 The Mask Movie, Source
1994 Timecop Movie, Writer
1994 Timecop Movie, Source

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Falling Skies: Comic-Con Scoop on the Skitters, Plus a "Well-Earned" Romance

A year ago, Noah Wyle and Moon Bloodgood made a relatively quiet appearance at Comic-Con International, showing only a trailer and taking some questions about their upcoming alien invasion series Falling Skies. With little to go on, the crowd had to keep its enthusiasm in check. What a difference a year made. At Friday's panel for the show — now a summer breakout hit for TNT — Wyle, Bloodgood, cast mates Drew Roy, Will Patton, Colin Cunningham and Sarah Sanguin Carter and their producers took the stage of the San Diego Convention Center's Room 6BCF, which was filled with adoring and energetic fans. Moderated by TV Guide Magazine editor-in-chief Debra Birnbaum, the panel featured a lively Q&A session and clips of upcoming episodes...
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The Cast of Falling Skies on Why Their Alien Invasion-Resistance Tale Could Work

Stop us if you've heard this one before. Aliens have landed on Earth and they have not come in peace. While most of the world's population has been killed, a ragtag group of survivors stage a resistance.

This is not a new idea to TV. We've seen V's Fifth Column and the U.S. government in The Event take a stand against threatening extraterrestrials, so what makes TNT's Falling Skies, which premieres on Sunday at 9/8c, different? "We haven't been canceled yet," star Noah Wyle deadpans.

VIDEO: TNT debuts new Falling Skies trailer — will heroes rise?

Be that as it may, the show's cast and producers offered five real reasons why they think Falling Skies (produced by some guy named Steven Spielberg) could work better — and last longer — than more recent stabs at the genre.

Beware: Some of their answers might still seem, well, a little familiar... read more

Falling Skies: It's Not About the Aliens; It's About What They Left Behind

Sci-fans have seen aliens ravage Earth many times before, from Independence Day to V. But TNT's Falling Skies will be different. It won't be about those meddlesome aliens. It will be about what happens after our extra-terrestrial friends have left.

The Steven Spielberg-produced Falling Skies, which debuts next summer, picks up six months after an alien invasion has wiped out a sizeable chunk of the human population. Did they leave any... read more

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