Colman Domingo (as Victor Strand) says on Episode 11 of Season 3, to Michael Greyeyes (as Qaletqa Walker) during a mission to get water for their camp. Greyeyes wonders why Domingo is laughing, as Greyeyes' fear of not completing the mission grows.
Season 1; Episode 20; originally aired February 2, 1967: Leonard Nimoy (as Mr. Spock) says during testimony at a Court Martial trial against William Shatner (as Capt. James T. Kirk), who is accused of the murder of one of his crew during an ion storm. He was implying that Captain Kirk was not capable of risking the lives of his crew, whether or not he was fully aware of Kirk's actions or motivations.
Dirk Benedict (as Lieutenant Starbuck) and an android Cylon have a verbal exchange after Starbuck crash lands and gets captured, on a planet covered in murky jungles. The scene appeared in Season 1, Episode 11, which originally aired on November 11, 1978.
Gabriel Macht (as Harvey Specter) says this to his associate Patrick J. Adams (as Mike Ross) in a scene from Suits, a USA Network program centering on a New York City law firm.
There are those who believe that life here began out there, far across the universe... with tribes of humans... who may have been the forefathers of the Egyptians... or the Toltecs... or the Mayans. Some believe there may yet be brothers of man... who even now fight to survive - somewhere beyond the heavens!
By: Patrick Macnee
From: Battlestar Galactica
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Said by the voice of Patrick Macnee (best known for the original The Avengers TV series), who was the Opening Credit Announcer for 13 episodes of the show. Images of the Cosmos animated across the screen as Macnee's words were spoken. The series' protagonist fighter pilots wore helmets that resembled Egyptian Pharoah headpieces, when they went into battle with humanity's greatest enemy, "Cylons."
On June 3, 2017, Chicago-based MeTV aired the Pilot episode of Battlestar Galactica as part of their summer programming launch.
Spock (Leonard Nimoy) said to Captain James T. Kirk (William Shatner) in the original Star Trek television series (1966-1969)