by CriticalMyth | Feb 2, 2009 10:07PM EST
The events of this episode were a long time coming. Tensions between the military and civilian government have been present since the very beginning, but the loss of hope and the death of dreams has been too much to bear. After so much time, it's hard not more
by maxgt | Feb 2, 2009 9:30AM EST
Gaeta and his mutiny team take over Galactica, while Zarek takes command of Colonial One. This finally forces President Roslin to take a stand and address the fleet, begging for understanding and cooperation with the Cylons. Meanwhile, several Cylons and more
by jacobBB | Jan 31, 2009 6:19AM EST
Any ideas or suggestions about whats going on here its quite obvious with the mutany but did tigh and adama die? i dont think they did any ideas??
by CriticalMyth | Jan 26, 2009 10:05PM EST
One would expect things to calm down a little after the relentless events of the previous episode, but that's not quite what happens. Instead, the fallout continues, the body count mounts behind the scenes, and the delicate fabric of Colonial society thre more
by maxgt | Jan 26, 2009 11:09AM EST
Unrest and unease plague the humans of Galactica and its fleet, prompting Vice President Zarek to question the entire validity of the Adama-Roslin administration. Is mutiny on the horizon? Thank you for your wonderful, insightful comments last week. For t more
by CriticalMyth | Jan 19, 2009 7:36PM EST
This is not a happy episode. In fact, this could be one of the most depressing hours of television in years. What makes this such a powerful and perfect episode is that the audience can understand the characters' reactions. In a sense, we're all reeling f more
by jacobBB | Jan 19, 2009 12:25AM EST
Ok how about this one? The Lords of Kobol created a cylon race. The cylon race rebelled against their masters. Kobol wasn't neccessarily radioactive when galactica found it, but an ancient civilization fell. The refugees of that civilization fled to space more
by jacobBB | Jan 17, 2009 11:38PM EST
Brillant start off to the final episodes of BSG, explained some unanswered questions but at the same time created more questions never had a dull moment, every min there was some sort of emotion.