Writer: Toni Graphia
Director: Alan Kroeker
After the Fleet finds water ice to replace that which was lost in sabotage, Galactica and the Fleet face a shortage of manpower to mine the ice, turning to their prisoner barge for help, with unexpected complications.
Roslin: You have committed me to holding elections within the year.
Apollo: Madam President, with respect. You are serving out the remainder of President Adar’s term. When that term is up, in seven months, the law says, there is an election. I only committed you to obeying the law.
Adama: You sound like some kind of lawyer.
Roslin: This is unacceptable.
Apollo: I swore an oath. To defend the articles. The articles say there is an election in seven months. Now, if you are telling me we are throwing out the law, then I am not a captain, you are not a commander, and you are not the president. And I don’t owe either of you a damned explanation for anything.
Roslin: He’s your son.
Adama: He’s your advisor.
Writer: Ronald D. Moore
Director: Marita Grabiak
Galactica loses over 60% of her water reserves due to sabotage, forcing the Fleet into a crisis and Commander Adama to seek a new supply.
Day Two. Second Colony: Virgon.
Writer: Ronald D. Moore
Director: Michael Rymer
Galactica and the Fleet must avoid their Cylon pursuers, which ambush them every 33 minutes after each successful jump.
First day. First Colony: Caprica. Laura’s Colony.
It’s been 2 years. Yes! It’s been 2 years since I launched this website and it still seems like it was yesterday.
From last year post on this same day, the site has gained more than 40,000 visits from all over the world and the support and the love you all have shown to me is priceless.
Like the past year I want to renew the thanks to Mary, for the incredible person she is, so caring and wonderful with her fans, and such a great role model for all of us, and such an effortless fighter for what she believes in. A sincere thank you from all Mary Girls, for real.
Also I would like to thank the people who helped through this year and that would be all of you, for either is a donation of photos or simply support, is still working together and enjoying this together and I’m grateful to have met some of you, and to meet more of you.
It couldn’t miss a gift for this year celebration too, I didn’t let it pass like this.
This year it’ll be the PRESIDENT year, with our favorite President of the Twelve Colonies, Laura Roslin. And for these Twelve Colonies factor I have arranged a 12 days gift in Battlestar Galactica theme. One day for One Colony, with a grand finale on the last one. So stay tuned for it each day and come visit us!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, The McDonnell Rule. You’re my most precious diamond of the crown.
Some years ago, in 2005, Mary played a small role in Mrs. Harris, the TV movie telling the story behind the murder of cardiologist Herman Tarnower. Mary played Vivian Schulte.
Take a look in the gallery for few screencaptures and in the video archive for her only scenes.
Top 10 Cable Drama Returns Wednesday, Feb. 22, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT).
Television’s favorite squad of detectives charge back to TNT this winter when Major Crimes returns to solve eight more mysteries on the way to its explosive fifth season finale. Major Crimes features a stellar ensemble cast including two-time Oscar® nominee Mary McDonnell as Captain Sharon Raydor, G.W. Bailey as Lieutenant Provenza, Tony Denison as Lieutenant Andy Flynn, Michael Paul Chan as Lieutenant Michael Tao, Raymond Cruz as Detective Julio Sanchez, Phillip P. Keene as tech expert (and reserve officer) Buzz Watson, Kearran Giovanni as Detective Amy Sykes, Jonathan Del Arco as Dr. Morales and Graham Patrick Martin as Rusty Beck, Sharon Raydor’s adopted son. The winter premiere of Major Crimes is set for Wednesday, Feb. 22, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT), exclusively on TNT.
In addition to the main cast, Major Crimes features recurring appearances of Emmy winner Camryn Manheim as Deputy Chief Winnie Davis, Jon Tenney as Deputy Chief of the Special Operations Bureau Fritz Howard, Kathe Mazur as DDA Andrea Hobbs, Jeri Ryan as Linda Rothman, Ransford Doherty as Coroner’s Investigator Kendall, Rene Rosado as Gustavo Wallace, Leonard Roberts as Commander Leo Mason, Dawnn Lewis as Patrice Perry, Daniel DiTomasso as Det. Wes Nolan and Jason Gedrick as former detective Mark Hickman.
Major Crimes centers on a special squad within the LAPD that deals with high-profile or particularly sensitive crimes. This winter, the squad moves inexorably to fill the vacant post of Assistant Chief that Fritz Howard has been occupying on a temporary basis. Along the way, Sanchez tries once again to become a father; Flynn and Sharon move closer toward the path to matrimony; Provenza considers retirement; Rusty interns for DDA Hobbs as he looks toward attending law school when he graduates from UCLA; Buzz attempts to help out the family of the man who murdered his father; Sykes confronts an old foe in Mark Hickman; Lt. Mike Tao is instrumental in solving a case dealing with plastic explosives; and Dr. Morales joins the squad for the entire investigation of a very personal mystery.
Since its chart-topping debut in 2012, Major Crimes has consistently ranked as one of TNT’s most-watched drama series. For the first half of its fifth season, the show reached an average of 10 million viewers per episode across TNT’s multiple platforms and finished the third quarter of 2016 ranking as one of cable’s Top 10 dramas with adults 18-49. Stemming from TNT’s hit original The Closer, many of the cast members have been playing their roles since 2005 and will hit their 200th episode together during the finale.
Created by James Duff, Major Crimes is produced by The Shephard/Robin Company and Walking Entropy, Inc., in association with Warner Bros. Television. James Duff, Greer Shephard & Michael M. Robin, Rick Wallace, Adam Belanoff, Mike Berchem and Duppy Demetrius serve as executive producers.