Buck Rogers in the 25th Century

A Dream of Jennifer

Season 1, Ep 20, Aired 2/14/80
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  • Episode Description
  • Buck is haunted by the appearance of a young woman who bears a striking resemblance to Jennifer, a woman who Buck left behind when he was propelled into the 25th Century. He follows her and soon discovers that she was made to look like Jennifer in order to lure Buck into a trap set by an alien who wants Buck to stop a space freighter from delivering weapons to a planet his people hope to conquer.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Gil Gerard

    Captain William "Buck" Rogers

  • Erin Gray

    Colonel Wilma Deering

  • Tim O'Connor

    Dr. Elias Huer

  • William Conrad

    Narrator

  • Eric Server

    the voice of Dr. Theopolis

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (2)

    • (Doctor Heuer gives Buck a movie from the 20th century)
      Doctor Heuer: It think it's called "Mouth" or "Mandible" or something like that.
      Buck: Jaws?
      Doctor Heuer: Yes, Jaws! That's it exactly!
      Twiki: Bidi-bidi-bidi... Just when you thought it was safe in the 25th century!

    • Buck: Jennifer?
      (Buck chases after her)
      Twiki: Bidi-bidi-bidi... Oh, oh. A pretty girl and it's off to the races.

    Notes (3)

    • Ann Lockhart was a regular on Battlestar Galactica, also created by Glen A Larson.

    • Mitchel Young Evans (Mime) was actually credited as Mitchell Young-Evans.

    • Alan Brennert (the writer) was actually credited as Michael Bryant.

    Trivia (2)

    • Goof: Throughout the episode, Wilma's hair color alternates between dark blonde and brunette.

    • In this episode we learn that in the 25th century New Orleans has been renamed "City-on-the-Sea".

    Allusions (2)

    • The Silver Surfer: The PA System said, "Paging Norrin Radd." Norrin Radd was the original name of the Marvel Comics character, The Silver Surfer.

    • Star Trek:
      The PA System said, "Paging Captain Christopher Pike." Christopher Pike was the captain of the Enterprise in the original pilot of Star Trek.

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