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A Brilliant Piece Of Improv Produced Battlestar Galactica's Signature Line

These humans try to use as little digital technology as possible (despite the spaceships) to keep the cylons from finding them, but some of those cylons are on the ships in disguise as humans. The non-cylon humans are led by William Adama, commanding officer of Battlestar Galactica, played by Edward James Olmos. One moment of improv from him not only brought audiences to tears in a time shortly after the attacks of 9/11, but gave the series its most memorable line.

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    A Brilliant Piece Of Improv Produced Battlestar Galactica's Signature Line

    A Brilliant Piece Of Improv Produced Battlestar Galactica's Signature Line

    These humans try to use as little digital technology as possible (despite the spaceships) to keep the cylons from finding them, but some of those cylons are on the ships in disguise as humans. The non-cylon humans are led by William Adama, commanding officer of Battlestar Galactica, played by Edward James Olmos. One moment of improv from him not only brought audiences to tears in a time shortly after the attacks of 9/11, but gave the series its most memorable line.

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