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Do we know if toasters exist?

Season 1, Episode 5 you see Agathon make breakfast for Boomer, this includes a toaster seen about 1 minute in to this clip:
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Do we know if toasters exist?

I want to tackle a different route than the given answer which found a toaster in the set. Not because that answer is incorrect (because it does solve the issue), but rather than I think your question ...
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Was Six in classic Battlestar Galactica?

No Six was not in the original BSG. Her character was first introduced in the 2003 miniseries. In the original BSG there are no skinjobs (cylons that are nearly indistinguishable from humans). There ...
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Do Cylons have any concept of law?

The Cylons use some form of democracy via the mass-production Numbers. We know this because there's a episode where there's a contentious vote and Boomer (a Number Eight model) votes against her ...
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Do Cylons have any concept of law?

It's not the clearest answer but I'd say "Sort of" - their society seems to have been largely harmonious, operating on a principle of consensus between the model lines prior to the events of the ...
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Why wouldn't Cylon Raiders immediately send at least one by FTL to report contact with military enemies?

In TRS Season 2 Episode 15 "Scar" of the 2004 series, we learn that Raiders are reborn through resurrection technology just like other cylons. This could mean that there's no need to jump out to get ...
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Were the identities of the Final Five planned from the start?

According to this 2009 interview, identities weren't decided until later in the series: How did you choose who the final five Cylons would be? Was it like picking a name out of a hat? Or did you have ...
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Was Six in classic Battlestar Galactica?

No. Cylons were machines in the original BSG, period, end of sentence. However, as this was pretty expensive, the producers had intended to introduce human-looking robot Cylons in the second season. ...
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Battlestar Galactica Resurrection

This may not fully answer your question, but the process seems to be wireless and may rely on facilities whether planet-based or with ships like the Resurrection Hub and data-stream. For ...
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Battlestar Galactica Resurrection

Keep in mind Cylons use frequencies the Colonials can’t detect. As evidenced by them finding the tracking device in the middle of Galactica’s CIC, without knowing it was there for weeks. Thus it ...
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Did the entire Cylon race pursue the humans?

They didn't all pursue no, but they didn't have a homeworld exactly (the writers intended there to be but abandoned that idea later on), instead they have "The Colony" - http://en.battlestarwiki.org/...
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Was Six in classic Battlestar Galactica?

Six nor any other humanlike cylons were part of the original BSG. Even though the original BSG was not very consistent with the cylons I don't remember any work where completely humanlike cylons ...
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Making Sense of Battlestar Galactica's Network Ban

Galactica was also older technology, so it's entirely possible many of its systems used analog control techniques. When the first cars were built you could still turn the steering wheel and have the ...
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How were the Cylon Centurions re-enslaved by the biological Cylons?

In S03E02 (Precipice), Commander Adama is speaking to Lee and says: The Centurions can't distinguish [Sharon] from the other humanoid models. Did you know that? They were deliberately programmed that ...
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How Human are Humaniform Cylons?

There were the multiple references to humanoid Cylons being "programmed". Unless that "programming" was entirely biological (maybe they figured out the biological constructs for memory, emotions, ...
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