Buck Rogers in the 25th Century

Season 1 Episode 17

Ardala Returns

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Jan 24, 1980 on NBC
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Princess Ardala returns with another plan to snare the man from the 20th Century. This time, she captures Buck by luring him aboard a phony 20th Century spaceship like his Ranger III. Once aboard the Draconia, Kane creates four duplicate androids of Buck in an attempt to have them pilot the Draconian Hatchet fighters in an attack against Earth.

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    Gil Gerard

    Gil Gerard

    Captain William "Buck" Rogers

    Erin Gray

    Erin Gray

    Colonel Wilma Deering

    Tim O'Connor

    Tim O'Connor

    Dr. Elias Huer

    William Conrad

    William Conrad

    Narrator

    Eric Server

    Eric Server

    the voice of Dr. Theopolis

    Mel Blanc

    Mel Blanc

    the voice of Twiki

    Michael Ansara

    Michael Ansara

    Kane

    Guest Star

    H.B. Haggerty

    H.B. Haggerty

    Tigerman

    Guest Star

    James Emery

    James Emery

    Pilot

    Guest Star

    Pamela Hensley

    Pamela Hensley

    Princess Ardala

    Recurring Role

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      • When Princess Ardala presses the button after placing the crown on her head, her reflection does not move (it does not also press the button).

      • Nitpick: When Buck pretends that he is a Zygot instead of the real Buck, Ardala gets upset, thinking that she was fooled and shuts him off with her remote. But, if he was just pretending to be a Zygot, how did he make is eyes glow, then flash off?

      • Nitpick: While viewing Buck's performance in a simulated dog fight, Princess Ardala exclaims, quite impressed, that his reaction times are twice that of Draconian norms, and that it is incredible. Reaction times are the length of time between a stimulus and the reaction to it. Obviously, the longer it takes to react to danger, the worse it is, so she should have said that Buck's reaction times are half that of Draconian norms, not double.

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