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I feel empty

So i just watched the new show caprica. Part of me is annoyed because we all know what's going to happen,but i live in hope that there will be something new added to the story. I don't know time travel? Ok the back story of the one true god and the cylons is interesting but in the end we know that all the colonels are going to be destroyed. Perhaps they might introduce something that might merge the two shows,past present and future? I still don't like the idea of all that technology and knowledge being lost. There needs to be allot more action.

Caprica First Episode Thoughts *Spoilers Inside*

I just watched the pilot and it was beautiful. I felt for all of the characters Zoe Graystone, Daniel Graystone, Joesph Adama, and even Tamara Adama who was screaming incoherently that this wasn't right and where is she. Which to me is a show what understandable reaction. I mean imagine being blown up and all of a sudden being in a pitch blach scary room with nothing in it (graystone shouldve at least decorated the place lol). The show has the potential to, dare I say it, even surpass BSG since they are on a collection of planets and part of a civilization that can more readily express complex situations, scenes, and scenarios (they are not suck in a few small ships in space). Who knows it might even become "mainstream sci-fi) :O One of the important things that I noticed is that when the sister is talking to Lacy Rand and she says, "You dont know how special Zoe was to US and STILL IS!" Does this mean that the supernatural one god is manipulating things on Caprica. Or does this just mean that the sister and her one god lackeys THINK that he is and that is why they killed Zoe, so that she and her virtual copy could fulfill some destiny. :O Personally the one negative thing that I can possibly see is that once it goes onto tv alot of the raw grittiness and raunchiness of the pilot will be reduced just because you cant show that on tv. :( Hopefully it wont take away from it too much. The V-club would be pretty badass until someone said they were who they weren't :O nooooooo! LOL Comments?


I just watched Caprica on and I can't stop thinking about it. I've never seen Battlestar Galactica Before, but that's ok. This show is so original and intriguing, that it's great all on it's own. On a less enthusiastic note, this series won't come out until 2010. WTF?!?!?! Anyways......, I just queued up BSG episode 1 on; If I can't get more Caprica until next year, I'll explore the world that birthed this masterpiece. p.s. 2010. What The Frack?!?!?!

What are your Favorite BSG Quotes?

Im sitting here still sad over the loss of what I feel was the best written show on television ever. Im sure most of you have your favorite quotes of the series. Among my personal favorites were what happened before will happen again and "frak" of course but I most recently loved the recent recurring exchange between Starbuck and the Old Man: Bill Adama: What do ya hear, Starbuck? Starbuck: Nothing but the rain. Bill Adama: Grab your gun and bring in the cat. It sums up her entire role to the fleet throughout the series. She was the person they would always turn to whenever they were in a pinch or needed a Hail Mary (ie the Arrow of Apollo back on Caprica, finding the colonial beacon, the final jump home). It is needless to say that she is my favorite character, truly dynamic, she has changed the most throughout the series but still kept that one same constant. Katee Sackhoff played her beautifully and her range of emotions especially when Starbuck was losing it was amazing. What were all of your favorites quotes and why?

Caprica and Battlestar Galactica

Set seventy years prior to the events of Battlestar Galactica (2003), this prequel will explore the lives of two families: the Graystones - include father Daniel, a computer genius, mother Amanda, a brilliant surgeon and their daughter, Zoe - and the Adamas. The two families are on opposing sides of the decision to create the Cylons: intelligent robots that will one day rebel and nearly annihilate the residents of Caprica. Touted as "television's first science fiction family saga," Caprica is from Battlestar Galactica (2003) executive producers, Ronald D. Moore and David Eick. The show is produced by NBC Universal Television. Information gathered from,