I break format and do a six scene breakdown with hillarious pictures and screen-caps. Seriously, you want to check out this fun times full of outrageous type-setting! Oh, also I childe Roslin (again), defend Zarek and use the word microcosm-esque in a sentance.
No big explosions, no jaw dropping revelations, just a well done character piece that I rather liked. Cally is posthumously given the "Worst Mother Of All Time Award", I Love Tom Zarek and perhaps Tyrol and Hot Dog have give us our first hint as to how the series may end
The emotional aftermath of last episode is brought front and center. The despair and hopelessness of three years on the run finally percolates in a devistating episode that is certainly one of the darkest hours yet of our rag-tag fleet.
The Human/Cylon alliance fractures, the final four cylons are revealed to humans and there is something up with Kara's viper. Galactica's mid-season cliffhanger leaves me wanting more, more goddamn it! I need my answers now. But wow, what a killer episode. Also featured in this blogpost: my plan involving purses and gulags.
A duplicate Athena presents some philosphical questions to Helo. Humans & Cylons team up to successfully destroy a resurection hub of the Cylons-We-Don't-Like persuasion. Roslin attempts to murder Baltar, only to be dissuaded from said action by a version of Ghost Elosha appearing to her in between hyperspace visions and damn if it al doesn't just kick ass.
I'm weighing in against Roslin: she's off her nut. Felix get his leg choped off. Aliances are made between Human and Cylon, then hastily ruined. Michael Hogan is tremendous and this is just about one of the best Battlestar Galactica's ever.
A stunning, genious episode that left my head spinning and a deathly fear of nosebleeds. Starbuck and some of The Grand Poo Barge crew find the S.S. Stumpy, we learn more about the path of possible Cylon redemption. Adama and Roslin have their best scene ever. With a special apperance by Barbara Bush.
I know your upset, but what happened last night doesn't make you gay Helo: I don't have any choice.Athena: Yes, you do. Athena is the toaster that proved choice was always possible, even among our mechanical brethren. What was holding Helo back was his reverential belief in the military chain of command. The Road Less [...]
CapricaSix ministers to Tigh about the value of pain, and it's enlightening powers, then punches him in the face a bunch. Baltar gets punched in the face a bunch, then declares that because God loves you, you are perfect.