Battlestar Galactica (2003)
The Cylons, who developed human-form models, launch a massive attack against the humans and The Twelve Colonies are destroyed. Commander Adama of the BSG and President Laura lead 47,000 survivors on a desperate search for the fabled 13th Colony - Earth. With a focus on tough political, philosophical and religious issues, this intense tale has realistic and not always perfect characters.
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"Number Three" is a model of humanoid Cylon, female, blonde, and marked by a religious curiosity—notably surrounding the verboten Final Five—that sets her against the other Cylon models, notably the Number Ones.
The model was first introduced in "Final Cut" as an infiltrator in the Fleet under the alias "D'Anna Biers" posing as a reporter for the Fleet News Service. She appears to be more of a tabloid rumor-and-innuendo format news journalist and less of the conventional Fleet journalist types such as James McManus.
Threes are also referred to as "D'Annas" collectively (The Ties That Bind, Guess What's Coming to Dinner?).
Because of their defiance of the taboo against learning more about the Final Five, the entire line is boxed, and their consciousnesses are stored at the Cylons' central Resurrection Hub (The Ties That Bind).
Natalie's faction in the Cylon Civil War wants to unbox the Number Three who visited the Temple of Five, so that the seven and the five may be united. They eventually forms a fragile alliance with the Colonials to retrieve this Three, and then destroy the Hub (Guess What's Coming to Dinner?). Three is resurrected, and with the destruction of the Hub she becomes the sole Three in existence ("Sine Qua Non", "The Hub").
Fallen into despair with the discovery of a dead Earth, this last Three chooses to stay and die on the planet (Sometimes a Great Notion).
D'Anna Biers Photos
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