I know I’ve been slack and not kept up with the last stretch of episodes. Of the three between “No Exit” and “Daybreak”, I really liked “Someone to Watch Over Me” and was underwhelmed by “Islanded in the Stream of Stars”. I’ll probably go re-watch the former and hopefully review it, while glossing over the others.
But seeing as it was the finale, I don’t think I can delay writing something about “Daybreak”. Possible spoilers after the jump. Continue reading
Just quickly before I head to bed. Somewhere out in the blogosphere, I stumbled upon this little nugget: BSG 1980 had Cylons that looked like humans!
Furthermore, it sounds like the explanation for such anthropomorphism is brought across from old to new:
Dr. Zee gets a lengthy scene to explain how this came about. His explanation seems a bit long and ponderous until you realize heâ€™s just spent 4 minutes explaining what the new series has taken 4 whole seasons to get around to. Huh.
I might have to watch these episodes. I should have realised that all that nonsense about it all “has happened before and will happened again” was more than just spiritual nonsense from inside the setting. It’s breaking the fourth wall.
Gaeta’s mutiny is over, and the fleet has disposed of the two major mischief makers. They are now bereft their Quorum, and Galen has discovered that Galactica is falling apart. But neither of those are important compared to the two other parallel storylines. Read on if you’re prepared for spoilers.
So, last episode was laying the groundwork for the next two. Nothing particularly exciting happened. I’m going to lump the next two together.
As usual, beware the spoilers. Continue reading
Last time, I speculated that things aren’t all they seem with the Final Five. Now that we’ve found out Earth ain’t it’s all cracked up to be, everybody gets a bit introspective.
Spoilers ahead. Continue reading