Grace Park (actress)
Grace Park is a Canadian actress who gained recognition as Cylon model Number Eight the significant copies Sharon "Boomer" Valerii and Sharon "Athena" Agathon on Battlestar Galactica, as well as Shannon Ng in the Canadian television series teen soap Edgemont. Park starred as Officer Kono Kalakaua in the CBS television series Hawaii Five-0, from 2010 until 2017; as of January 2019, she appears in the television series A Million Little Things. Born in Los Angeles, Park moved with her family to Canada, she was raised in the Vancouver neighbourhood of Kerrisdale. Park is born to Korean parents, she graduated from Magee Secondary School in 1992 and holds a degree in psychology from the University of British Columbia. At age 25, Park was cast as high school student Shannon Ng on the Canadian teen soap opera Edgemont, she appeared in the miniseries Battlestar Galactica in 2003 and continued as the same or related characters in subsequent series and films. Park had a role in the 2007 movie West 32nd, a crime drama set in New York City's Korean neighbourhood.
She appeared as Lt. Sandra Telfair in Electronic Arts' Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars, along with her Battlestar Galactica co-star, Tricia Helfer. In 2008, she had co-starring roles in the A&E series The Cleaner until it was cancelled on September 25, 2009 and the CBC series The Border until it was cancelled in 2010. In 2009, Park had a cameo role on the ninth season, twentieth episode of television show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation entitled "A Space Oddity", she appeared as a fan in a crowd at a science fiction convention, objecting to a gritty remake of a Star Trek-like series, comparable to the Battlestar Galactica remake in which she starred. In 2009 she reprised her role from Battlestar Galactica in the television movie Battlestar Galactica: The Plan. In 2010, she appeared in the Fox series Human Target as Eva Kahn, was a main character, Kono Kalakaua, in the 2010 CBS revival of Hawaii Five-0. Park and fellow Hawaii Five-0 co-star Daniel Dae Kim left the show in 2017, leaving the cast without any Asian regulars, after a salary dispute where it was reported that CBS's latest offer paid them 10-15% less than their white co-stars, Alex O'Loughlin and Scott Caan.
CBS claimed that they had given "unprecedented" salary raises to Park and Kim, suggesting that they had been paid a lot less under their old contracts. Some critics noted that the network's "refusal to pay Kim and Park on matching terms with O'Loughlin and Caan was CBS's formal declaration that they were determined to protect a disparity, a sore point since the show's premiere: The assertion was that O'Loughlin and Caan are "Hawaii Five-0" "stars" with Kim and Park being "co-leads" or supporting cast", yet Kim and Park were featured on advertising and proved to be a crucial part of the show's success. In 2004, Park married real estate developer Phil Kim; the two live in Vancouver. She has one son. Park is a former member of NXIVM, an alleged cult, has appeared in video interviews with NXIVM founder Keith Raniere. Park was ranked 58th in Maxim Online's 2011 Hot 100 List, 60th in the "Maxim" Online's 2010 "Hot 100 List", 93rd in the "Maxim" Online's 2006 "Hot 100 List", 81st on the Maxim magazine Hot 100 of 2005 list.
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Saul Tigh is a fictional character on Battlestar Galactica played by Michael Hogan. He is one of the main characters of the show. Saul Tigh is a line officer assigned as executive officer on the Galactica. At the opening of the series, he believes himself to be a Colonial Viper pilot, the son of another military pilot and the grandson of a Presidential military advisor, to be around 70 years old. Memorabilia in his quarters suggest that he flew with a squadron named "Vigilantes", it is revealed during season four of the show Tigh's early memories are artificial, implanted by Brother Cavil when he killed and temporarily boxed Saul and his fellow Final Five Cylons. It is unclear if these memories were taken from a human by Cavil. Tigh is a survivor of the ill-fated 13th tribe, a tribe made of Humanoid Cylons, he is 2000 years old, with his last body having been operational since the first cylon war - any memories prior to that time are artificial. Tigh and the rest of the Final Five worked at the same research facility to rebuild resurrection technology lost since the Cylons started reproducing biologically.
Since the destruction of the original planet known as Earth, he and his colleagues traveled to the 12 colonies, where the Cylon war was in effect. There, they made a deal with the Centurions: stop the war and they would teach them how to make humanoid Cylons as well as resurrection technology, which led to the Five's memory wipe and placement in the colonies, he has struggled with alcoholism for much of his life, a problem that stems from Posttraumatic stress disorder connected to his artificial memories of the First Cylon War and his depression after he was mustered out of the fleet. Despite this, he has excellent tactical skills and is fiercely loyal to William Adama. Tigh is rather unlikable, he once observed that "If the crew doesn't hate the XO he's not doing his job." He had a unpleasant relationship with Kara Thrace, whom he regarded as an insubordinate hothead, while she considered him mentally weak. Tigh attempts to bury the hatchet at one point, but does it in such a high-handed manner that he fails to accomplish anything.
They appear to have reconciled at some point during the colonization of New Caprica and relations between them are now much warmer. Tigh has a strong dislike of Gaius Baltar. Tigh had a particular respect for his subordinate Felix Gaeta, going so far as to defend him after he makes a foolish mistake separating Galactica from the civilian fleet, though this respect all but evaporated after Tigh suspected Gaeta of collaboration with the Cylons on New Caprica, it is unclear how Tigh feels about Gaeta after he found out it was Gaeta supplying the human resistance with vital information. He expresses contempt at civilians' unwillingness to forego certain comforts, such as having more than "a thimbleful of water a day" and seems genuinely shocked they refuse to accept martial law, he has an unrelenting moral vision and sense of duty, to the extent he publicly refuses to shake hands with Tom Zarek, a former Sagittaron rebel turned politician though it would be politically expedient to do so. According to the memories implanted by Cavil, Tigh entered the Colonial Fleet as an enlisted man during the first Cylon war.
Whether he replaced an existing human being, or was a complete fabrication, is unknown. Still a teenager, he was serving on the Brenik; the bloody hand-to-hand shipboard combat that ensued left him with mental scars lasting for the rest of his life and convinced him that, although they are machines, the Cylons hate the human race. He is frequently able to anticipate Cylon tactics from his considerable combat experience. Tigh was trained as a Viper pilot and commissioned as an officer; some time after the first Cylon war, he was mustered out of the service, took low status work in civilian freighters for several years. Tigh met William Adama during a bar fight that began when Tigh was taunted by his shipmates over his wartime service, the two became firm friends. Adama was instrumental in saving Tigh from his most self-destructive tendencies. After his marriage, Adama was able to use his new wife Carolanne's connections to get first himself and Tigh reinstated in the Colonial Fleet, he had a strained relationship with Ellen.
After her infidelity was discovered. After Ellen's reappearance on the Rising Star and move to the Galactica, they rebuilt their relationship. Part of their marital problems came from their inability to have children, though in one episode he makes a comment thanking the Lords of Kobol he was childless after seeing the issues William Adama was having with his son Lee. Up until one year before the Destruction of the Twelve Colonies, he served as William Adama's executive officer on board the Battlestar Valkyrie. After a failed Black Ops mission along the Armistice Line, the two friends were reassigned to the less prestigious Galactica to serve out the twilight of their careers. At some point during this period Tigh had three volumes of war history published, until his personal problems interfered. In the long years of peace, Tigh carries out his XO duties unexceptionally. Tigh is tested: after a nuclear missile hits Galactica, he has to decide whether to seal off the affected area and do
Aaron Douglas (actor)
Aaron Douglas is a Canadian actor. He is best known for his role as Galen Tyrol on the Sci Fi Channel's television program Battlestar Galactica, he headlined on the CTV drama The Bridge, picked up by CBS for broadcast in the United States. Douglas played Frank Leo, a charismatic police union leader, battling criminals on the street while facing down corruption within the ranks of his own department. CBS ordered thirteen episodes, which began production in May 2009 but was dropped after showing just three episodes. Douglas starred alongside fellow Battlestar Galactica actor Paul Campbell in a Syfy original movie, Killer Mountain, which premiered August 27, 2011. Aaron Douglas was born in a suburb of Vancouver, British Columbia, his father, Michael Douglas, is a professor and his mother, Arlene Elliot, is a psychologist. He has a brother Chris, four years his junior; the family lived in Vancouver until Douglas was 10, at which time they moved to a town in the interior of the province of British Columbia, where he attended Prince Charles Secondary School as a teenager and acted in school productions, played in a rock band and participated in community theater.
At age 26, he moved back to Vancouver to pursue a career in acting. He studied at Canada's famed William Davis Centre for Actors Study at VanArts. After completing the program at VanArts, Douglas performed with the Okanagan Shakespeare Company in Canada. Many of his early acting jobs were the result of his work as a "reader" for auditions, his job was to read the other side of the dialogue for the person auditioning for a role. After the audition was finished, the director would turn to him and say something like, "You know that cop role with three lines, do you want to do it?" He began building his resume off those small parts. On November 1, 2004, Douglas' wife Debbie died after battling breast cancer, he has a son, from a previous relationship, born in 1996. Douglas has been on skates since he was 2 years old, he still plays hockey as an adult as a goalie. He is a devoted Vancouver Canucks fan and can be found at home games screaming at the referees along with friends and fellow Sci-Fi alums Daniel Bacon, Dan Payne, Ryan Robbins.
He is an avid fan of Wil Wheaton from Star Trek: The Next Generation. Aaron has admitted to going "fangirl" on him when meeting him for the first time at a convention in 2008, he is a self-confessed fan of The Ricky Gervais Show. Douglas works with a number of charities Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, Canadian Cancer Society and Canucks for Kids - Canuck Place Children's Hospice. Aaron Douglas on IMDb
Michelle Renee Forbes Guajardo is an American actress who has appeared on television and in independent films. Forbes first gained attention for her dual role in daytime soap opera Guiding Light, for which she received a Daytime Emmy Award nomination, she is a Saturn Award winner with three nominations. Forbes is known for her recurring appearances on genre and drama shows such as Ensign Ro Laren in Star Trek: The Next Generation and her regular role as medical examiner Julianna Cox on Homicide: Life on the Street during the 1990s, while building her career with recurring roles throughout the 2000s in Battlestar Galactica, 24, In Treatment, Durham County, Prison Break and her series regular role as Maryann Forrester on True Blood, she has appeared in significant roles in movies such as Escape from L. A. Kalifornia and Swimming with Sharks, she starred in the 2011–2012 AMC television series The Killing, for which she received a Primetime Emmy Award nomination. Forbes was born in Texas, of Mexican American heritage.
Forbes hoped to become a ballet dancer. She began receiving formal acting training at the High School for the Performing and Visual Arts in Houston. While on vacation in New York City at the age of 16, she found herself auditioning for a film. In 1987, at age 22, Forbes landed the dual roles of Solita Carrera and Sonni Carrera Lewis on the daytime soap opera Guiding Light, she performed on the show for two years, receiving a Daytime Emmy Award nomination for her performance in 1990. After this role, she continued in theater, an early love of hers, began appearing in small guest roles on television to raise her profile, she went on to make guest appearances on a few other TV shows before landing the recurring role of Ensign Ro Laren, a fiery, yet reserved Bajoran, in Star Trek: The Next Generation. The producers of Star Trek invited Forbes to reprise Ro in the spin-off series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, but Forbes declined the offer and decided to focus on a career in films, she received praise, as well as a Saturn Award nomination from the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, for her performance as photographer Carrie Laughlin in the 1993 thriller Kalifornia.
This was followed with the lead female role in the 1994 black comedy Swimming with Sharks, as well as supporting roles in such films as The Road Killers, Just Looking and John Carpenter's 1996 science fiction/action sequel Escape from L. A, she continued performing on television during this period, with guest spots on Seinfeld, The Outer Limits, Star Trek: The Next Generation, to which she returned to tie up the Ro Laren storyline in the series' penultimate episode. In 1996, Forbes joined the cast of NBC's popular police drama Homicide: Life on the Street, playing chief medical examiner Julianna Cox, she remained with the show for two years was let go as part of a major cast overhaul. However, she would reprise her role in the 2000 TV special Homicide: The Movie; that same year, Forbes became a regular on Wonderland, an ABC series, but it was pulled from the air after only two episodes. Forbes was next seen in a recurring role on the police drama The District, she was subsequently given roles in films such as 2001's Perfume and 2002's American Girl, as well as the 2001 British TV movie Messiah and its sequel installments: Messiah 2: Vengeance is Mine in 2002 and Messiah III in 2003.
During the 2002–2003 TV season, Forbes played the recurring character of presidential aide Lynne Kresge on the second season of the action series 24. She followed her role on 24 with a guest spot on Alias went on to play Admiral Helena Cain in three episodes of the re-imagining of the classic sci-fi series Battlestar Galactica, as well as starring in the TV movie Battlestar Galactica: Razor, she followed this up with a recurring role as Agent Samantha Brinker on the drama Prison Break and guest starred on Boston Legal and Lost. Forbes starred as the lead in the adaptation of the comic-book Global Frequency, the single produced episode of which infamously leaked online the following year, eight months after the series failed to be picked up by Warner Bros. networks. Forbes returned to British television screens with guest roles in both Holby City and as a Mossad agent in Waking the Dead. In 2008, Forbes starred in two HBO drama series, she reprised her semi-regular roles in both series in their respective second seasons in 2009, as well as joining the cast of the Canadian psychological drama series Durham County for its second season as Dr. Penelope Verity.
Forbes played the role of Mitch Larsen in the US television series The Killing, a 2011 remake of the Danish crime series Forbrydelsen. Forbes appeared as Retro Girl in the TV series Powers, she landed a prominent supporting role in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2. Forbes subsequently played Valerie Edwards in the TV series Berlin Station that premiered on Epix on October 16, 2016, her character is the no-nonsense administrator. A ten-episode second season is set to premiere on October 15, 2017. Forbes married actor Ross Kettle in 1990. Forbes has been a vegetarian since she was a teenager and became vegan in 2011. Michelle Forbes on IMDb Michelle Forbes at TV Guide
Anastasia "Dee" Dualla, portrayed by Kandyse McClure, is a fictional character in the reimagined Battlestar Galactica. A native of Sagittaron, Anastasia Dualla joined the Colonial Fleet against the wishes of her father. For the mini-series, first season, up until the last episode of the second season, Petty Officer Crew Specialist 2nd Class Dualla, was a communications NCO working in the CIC on board the Battlestar Galactica. One of her prime functions in this role is to act as a "bridge" between the Galactica's command staff and other spacecraft, including the fleet's combat air patrol. Dualla expresses a romantic interest in President Laura Roslin's aide Billy Keikeya shortly after their first encounter aboard Galactica; this interest blossoms into a relationship between the two, but is brought to an end when Billy proposes marriage and Dualla realizes she is not in love with him, due in part to her attraction to Galactica CAG, then-Captain Lee Adama. Billy is killed shortly thereafter in a terrorist attack aboard Cloud Nine, saving her life from a terrorist, about to kill her.
In the year between the discovery of New Caprica and the Cylon invasion of the colony, Dualla's position in the fleet changes considerably. She is involved in the failed conspiracy with Tory Foster and Saul Tigh to fraudulently ensure Laura Roslin's presidential election victory over Gaius Baltar. Despite this, within four months, Dualla is commissioned as a Lieutenant Junior Grade. On the day after the colony's ground-breaking ceremony, Rear Admiral William Adama approves her transfer to the Battlestar Pegasus, Dualla accepts the marriage proposal from her new commanding officer, then-Commander Lee Adama. By the time of the Cylon invasion, she serves as executive officer of Pegasus. Following the destruction of Pegasus above New Caprica, Dualla returns to duty aboard Galactica, working in CIC. At the time of the Cylon invasion of New Caprica, Dualla is at least aware of Lee Adama's feelings towards Kara "Starbuck" Thrace, there is noticeable bad feeling between Dualla and Thrace. Following Adama and Thrace's fight after Galactica's boxing competition, "the dance", she is visibly saddened by their reconciliation.
In the season Lee reaffirms his love for her and the two strengthen their relationship. After Lee Adama questions President Roslin during Gaius Baltar's trial, Dee leaves Lee; when Lee departs Galactica, Dee honours him with a plaque containing his CAG badges. Lee embraces Dee and jokes she "got the house", their split is amicable and she works with Lee during his acting presidency and tense negotiations with the rebel Cylons holding President Roslin hostage. After the discovery of the nuclear wasteland, she reconciled with Lee and experienced a moment of joy. Wishing to hold on to that joy as a last memory, she abruptly shoots herself in the head in front of her locker, her blood spraying over a photo of herself and Lee Adama. Anastasia Dualla on Battlestar Wiki Anastasia Dualla at Syfy
Karl C. Agathon is a fictional character on the re-imagined Battlestar Galactica TV series, portrayed by Tahmoh Penikett. Agathon is an Electronic Countermeasures Officer, part of a two-person Colonial Raptor crew based on the Battlestar Galactica, is paired with Sharon "Boomer" Valerii before the Cylon attack on the Twelve Colonies. Unlike other major characters such as Kara "Starbuck" Thrace or Gaius Baltar, the series reveals little about Agathon's life before the events of the series, it is confirmed Helo is a Caprican, why he and Starbuck knew each other. The backstory Tahmoh Penikett and Katee Sackhoff came up with to explain a comment from Thrace in "Scattered" that she and Helo "go way back" is the two were old friends for a long time who most attended the academy together as cadets and as "drinking buddies". During the Cylon attack and Sharon's Raptor is damaged, he takes a shrapnel hit in the leg and they are forced to land on Caprica. While making repairs, they are mobbed by a group of survivors desperate to get off the planet.
A lottery is used to decide. The injured Agathon sacrifices his own seat to allow Dr. Gaius Baltar, discovered in the crowd, to survive. Boomer lifts off with refugees aboard and Helo is left on the nuked and occupied Caprica with only a med kit and sidearm. After the Raptor leaves, Agathon flees into the wilderness and tries to elude Cylon forces, surviving by using anti-radiation injections and the other contents of his survival kit, he is captured by a Number Six copy, but is rescued by Valerii. Valerii's true motive in accompanying Agathon is the participation in a Cylon experiment designed to attempt to create a viable Cylon/human hybrid offspring; the Cylons track Agathon's progress toward a military base in Delphi, placing him in situations designed to result in affection and love towards Valerii. The experiment results in a successful pregnancy after Valerii has sex with Agathon, though as an unintended side effect, she falls in love with him as well. Agathon soon discovers the truth about her Cylon nature after spotting another Number Eight copy while trying to infiltrate the Delphi military base.
Believing that he is being led into a trap, he runs from Valerii. She catches up to him and reveals she is pregnant. Despite shooting her in the shoulder, Agathon realizes he can't bring himself to kill her and instead, at her urging, takes her with him to the Delphi museum, it is there he is reunited with fellow Galactica pilot Kara "Starbuck" Thrace, on a special mission from President Laura Roslin to recover the Arrow of Apollo. After nearly being killed by Thrace, Valerii flies off. Agathon and Thrace make their way first to Thrace's old apartment to retrieve a new mode of transportation, into the woods in search of another military base. While stopping to get their bearings, they run into a group of Pyramid players-turned resistance fighters. After Thrace is wounded and captured by the Cylons and the others track her down and attempt to rescue her from the hospital where she is being held, they are aided by Valerii, who returns in a stolen Heavy Raider. With the Arrow of Apollo in hand, Agathon and Valerii leave Caprica and make their way to Kobol to rejoin Roslin.
Upon rejoining the Colonial survivors aboard the Astral Queen, Agathon pulls his gun on Lee Adama in order to stop him from shooting Valerii, whom Adama blames for the attempt another Valerii copy makes on his father's life. While searching for the Tomb of Athena on the surface of Kobol, Agathon admits to Valerii he still loves and trusts her. After finding the Tomb of Athena, Agathon returns with the group to Galactica three months after being MIA and presumed dead, his homecoming is bittersweet. However, Helo finds support from Starbuck and Chief Petty Officer Galen Tyrol, in love with the original Galactica crew member version of Sharon before her ultimate betrayal of the fleet and death. Helo is accepted by the crew when he recommends the Blackbird should be encased in carbon-composite skin to make it a stealth ship. After the appearance of the Battlestar Pegasus, Agathon witnesses Sharon's torture and attempted rape by Lieutenant Alastair Thorne, a Pegasus crew member and Cylon interrogator.
Along with Tyrol, Helo stops Thorne from raping Sharon but in the process, they accidentally kill him. Admiral Cain's summary trial and death sentence of Agathon and Tyrol bring Galactica to confrontation with Pegasus. Although the death sentence is not carried out and Tyrol remain in the brig, where Tyrol gives Helo his blessing for a relationship with Sharon; the two are released by Colonel Jack Fisk, with all charges being dropped. Following his captivity on Pegasus, Helo is reunited with his version of Sharon as her pregnancy continues; when President Laura Roslin proclaims her intention to force Sharon to undergo an abortion in order to eliminate the perceived threat Helo and Sharon's child represents to the fleet, Helo begs Admiral Adama to overrule Roslin and allow himself and the pregnant Sharon to leave the fleet and find a world where they could live in peace without being persecuted. Adama refuses and
Leland Joseph "Lee" Adama is a fictional character in the television series Battlestar Galactica. He is portrayed by actor Jamie Bamber, is one of the main characters in the series. Lee Adama was born to William Adama, a veteran of the First Cylon War, his wife, Carolanne Adama, he had a younger brother, Zak Adama. Their father encouraged both boys to enter the Colonial Fleet and become Viper pilots. Zak was not a natural pilot like his brother and father, was killed in an accident after being awarded flight status against the better judgment of his flight instructor and fiancée, then-Lieutenant Kara "Starbuck" Thrace. Zak's death drove a wedge between Lee Adama and his father which would only be healed over two years after the Destruction of the Twelve Colonies. By the time of the Cylons' devastating attack on the Twelve Colonies, Lee Adama is a Captain in the Colonial Fleet Reserve with the call sign "Apollo", he is a special guest at the decommissioning ceremonies for Battlestar Galactica, commanded by his father.
After Major Jackson "Ripper" Spencer, the Galactica's CAG is killed in battle, Lee Adama becomes senior surviving pilot joins the Galactica crew and becomes its CAG. Lee Adama's strained relationship with his father causes him to become a strong supporter of Colonial President Laura Roslin, who butts heads with William Adama. Roslin, unfamiliar with the military, appoints Lee Adama to be her personal advisor. Early in their relationship, President Laura Roslin referred to Lee Adama as "Captain Apollo". Lee once corrected her, stating "Apollo" was his call sign, but President Roslin replied "'Captain Apollo' has a nice ring to it." Upon joining Galactica's crew, Apollo was a bit of an outsider but after proving himself in several missions as more than just the "old man's son" he earned the respect of his fellow pilots and soon became one of the crew. When Kara Thrace goes missing after being shot down over an unnamed red moon, Lee is at the forefront of the search for the missing pilot. Lee and his father are compelled to abandon the search for Starbuck after President Roslin alerts them to how they are placing personal feelings above the good of the fleet.
Starbuck is able to return to Galactica using a Cylon Raider she shot down. However, the incident cements the father-son bond between his surviving son. Lee questions how long his father would search for him, were he missing, to which the elder Adama responds, "If it were you, we'd never leave."Lee is part of the strike team sent by then-Commander Adama to Colonial One to terminate Laura Roslin's presidency after she encourages Kara Thrace to abscond with a captured Cylon Raider. On board Colonial One, Lee has a change of heart, declaring that it isn't worth it to sacrifice democracy, he puts his gun to Colonel Saul Tigh's head. Tigh calmly tells Lee, "This is mutiny, you know that." Tigh takes control of the situation after Roslin surrenders and is able to take both Roslin and Lee into custody. Lee is present in the Galactica's CIC shortly thereafter, when the Cylon infiltrator known as Lieutenant Junior Grade Sharon "Boomer" Valerii shoots Commander Adama twice in the chest. On Tigh's orders, Lee is physically dragged from his father's side and thrown in the brig.
Needing Lee's services as CAG, Tigh releases Lee on parole. Lee will perform his duties as before, but "make no attempt to free or sow insurrection among the crew", will return to the brig when not on duty. Nonetheless, Lee breaks his parole after Tigh's leadership takes a disastrous turn and results in civilian deaths, he helps Roslin to lead a breakaway fleet to Kobol. After Commander Adama and President Roslin make a personal effort to heal the divisions in the fleet, Lee returns to duty on Galactica. Lee is one of the five people. After the Battlestar Pegasus joins the fleet, Lee is temporarily transferred to the Pegasus, given duties flying Raptors rather than Vipers, demoted to Lieutenant. All of these misfortunes are reversed after the successful attack on the Cylon Resurrection ship, the death of Rear Admiral Helena Cain, his father's promotion to flag rank. However, Lee battles with depression at this time, confessing to Kara Thrace "he didn't want to make it back alive."While on leave on the Cloud 9 luxury liner, Lee is accidentally shot by Kara Thrace during a hostage rescue.
He takes a month to recover from this wound, during which time he is promoted to Major and consummates his long-simmering relationship with Petty Officer Second Class Anastasia Dualla. He is assigned to Pegasus to assist Commander Barry Garner. After he commands the ship during a Cylon surprise attack in which Garner is killed, Lee is promoted from Major to Commander, given command of Pegasus. Shortly before the Roslin-vs.-Baltar presidential election, the fleet discovers a somewhat habitable planet inside of a nebula safe from Cylon discovery, named New Caprica. After Gaius Baltar wins the presidential election, he orders the establishment of permanent settlements on the planet; the Galactica and Pegasus begin a monotonous orbital defense patrol. Months Lee and Kara Thrace both get drunk at a party celebrating the ceremonial first shovelful of earth being dug on New Caprica, they make love, declare their love for one another, fall asleep together. When Lee wakes and returns to the settlement he finds.
This betrayal causes a lot of bad feeling between Adama and