Moore said Olmos "did your [Eick's] homework", and Eick agreed. Battlestar Galactica Katee Sackhoff Katee Sackhoff showing off some cleavage as she finishes having sex with a guy and then lies down next to him outside in the desert as they talk before he gets up and starts yelling until finally she stands up as well giving us a brief glimpse of the side of her left breast. Katee Sackhoff taking a shower and giving us a look at her left breast from the side before being seen from behind. Tricia Helfer giving us some glimpses of the sides of her breasts as she sits up in bed and puts on a black top before walking across a room and then bending over as she puts on a pair of black panties all as a guy watches. Six dons a casual appearance and tells Baltar that she is nothing more than a coping mechanism created by his subconscious following his participation in the genocide of humanity. The 25 Hottest Daniela Ruah Photos. Battlestar Galactica Tricia Helfer Tricia Helfer sitting backwards in a chair nude with her breasts covered by the back of the chair giving us some looks at the side of her left breast and some cleavage from the front all as she talks with a guy.
Katee Sackhoff wearing a brown tanktop with no bra and a hard right nipple as the camera zooms in on her while she talks with a guy.
Battlestar Galactica (2004-2009) Nude Scenes
Battlestar Galactica Grace Park Grace Park giving us some hints of her breasts while topless and in black panties as she turns around and moves into different poses with her arms covering her nipples all as the camera fades in and out on Tiffany Lyndall-Knight talking. Battlestar Galactica Tricia Helfer Tricia Helfer sitting backwards in a chair nude with her breasts covered by the back of the chair giving us some looks at the side of her left breast and some cleavage from the front all as she talks with a guy. However, when the time comes, she shoots Meier instead, declares she has no hidden programming like Galactica -Boomer's, and surrenders the weapon to Adama. Verheiden said that this was an idea that'd been floating around the BSG writers' room for a few years, and it's easy to see why—the idea of a revolution taking place on board seems right in line with the kind of issues Battlestar so smartly examined in its early seasons, about how the fleet would actually function, and what challenges and developments would naturally happen. They also concede that the constellations shown in the episode do not resemble the real-life constellations.