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"33" is the first episode of the first season and the pilot episode of the reimagined military science fiction television show Battlestar Galactica, immediately following the events of the 2003 miniseries. "33" follows Galactica and its civilian fleet as they are forced to contend with constant Cylon pursuit for days without sleep; they are forced to ultimately destroy one of their own ships to foil the Cylons and earn their first respite of the series.

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  • "33" is the first episode of the first season and the pilot episode of the reimagined military science fiction television show Battlestar Galactica, immediately following the events of the 2003 miniseries. "33" follows Galactica and its civilian fleet as they are forced to contend with constant Cylon pursuit for days without sleep; they are forced to ultimately destroy one of their own ships to foil the Cylons and earn their first respite of the series. The episode was written by series creator Ronald D. Moore, and the television directoral debut of Michael Rymer. Moore and executive producer David Eick made the decision to slot this episode as the first of the season because of its potential impact on the audience. "33" distinguished the themes of the new Battlestar Galactica series by following characters on the spaceships, on the planets that were fled, and in the minds of other characters. Attention to detail was prevalent in this first episode; the production team, the editing team, and even the actors themselves strove for authenticity of specific portrayals and moments. Though there were compromises made due to concerns of the episode being too dark for audiences, the episode was lauded by both cast and crew in addition to winning the 2005 Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form. "33" originally aired on Sky One in the United Kingdom on October 18, 2004, and subsequently aired on the Sci Fi Channel in the United States on January 14, 2005, alongside the following episode "Water". (en)
  • 33 minutos es el primer capítulo de la primera temporada de Battlestar Galactica (2003). (es)
  • 33 minutes est l’épisode pilote de la série télévisée de science-fiction militaire Battlestar Galactica. Son intrigue suit directement les événements de la mini-série Battlestar Galactica. L’épisode a été écrit par le créateur de la série, Ronald D. Moore, et est réalisé par Michael Rymer. 33 minutes a été initialement diffusé sur la chaîne anglaise Sky One le 18 octobre 2004, puis sur Sci Fi Channel aux États-Unis le 14 janvier 2005. 33 minutes suit le Galactica et sa flotte de vaisseaux civils tandis qu’ils tentent depuis des jours de semer les cylons, sans pouvoir dormir. L’épisode a été salué tant par les acteurs que l’équipe technique en plus d’avoir remporté le prix Hugo du court métrage dramatique. (fr)
  • 33 minuti (33) è il primo episodio della serie televisiva Battlestar Galactica. L'episodio segue gli eventi narrati nella miniserie Battlestar Galactica. Ha vinto il premio Hugo nel 2005 alla categoria "Miglior rappresentazione drammatica (opere brevi)". (it)
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  • List of Battlestar Galactica episodes (en)
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  • Lest We Forget and Raising the Flag at Ground Zero (en)
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  • * Michael Hogan as Saul Tigh * Aaron Douglas as Galen Tyrol * Tahmoh Penikett as Karl Agathon * Kandyse McClure as Anastasia Dualla * Paul Campbell as Billy Keikeya * Alessandro Juliani as Felix Gaeta * Sam Witwer as Lt. Crashdown * Alonso Oyarzun as Brad Socinus * Nicki Clyne as Cally Henderson (en)
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  • 33 minutos es el primer capítulo de la primera temporada de Battlestar Galactica (2003). (es)
  • 33 minuti (33) è il primo episodio della serie televisiva Battlestar Galactica. L'episodio segue gli eventi narrati nella miniserie Battlestar Galactica. Ha vinto il premio Hugo nel 2005 alla categoria "Miglior rappresentazione drammatica (opere brevi)". (it)
  • "33" is the first episode of the first season and the pilot episode of the reimagined military science fiction television show Battlestar Galactica, immediately following the events of the 2003 miniseries. "33" follows Galactica and its civilian fleet as they are forced to contend with constant Cylon pursuit for days without sleep; they are forced to ultimately destroy one of their own ships to foil the Cylons and earn their first respite of the series. (en)
  • 33 minutes est l’épisode pilote de la série télévisée de science-fiction militaire Battlestar Galactica. Son intrigue suit directement les événements de la mini-série Battlestar Galactica. L’épisode a été écrit par le créateur de la série, Ronald D. Moore, et est réalisé par Michael Rymer. 33 minutes a été initialement diffusé sur la chaîne anglaise Sky One le 18 octobre 2004, puis sur Sci Fi Channel aux États-Unis le 14 janvier 2005. (fr)
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  • 33 (Battlestar Galactica) (en)
  • 33 minutos (es)
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