|There are now FIVE new main cast members. The actors playing Gaeta, Tigh, Tyrol, Helo and Dee were added to the main cast. Previously they were just recurring stars.|
Eh. Their names have always been listed before the guest stars. It just appears they are apart of the cast now only because they dropped the intro sequence for this episode. And why did they throw in Ryan Robbins as the co-star up there, by the way? Was he even in this episode?
Anyway, I found the episode very interesting. Watching it, I got the feeling that this was apart of something big looming. As someone said, Helo's comment about changing wheather was a good foreshadowing. I have a feeling that this finale is going to be huge. And yes, the teaser for the next episode did give a little too much away, not unless you can't distinguish whose voice that is.
With all said, I really am convinced that Tigh, Anders, and Tory are Cylons. Why else are they the only ones hearing that music? Tory's aggitated state at the press conference is indicating something. The only problem is that Tigh, I believe has a family that goes back before the creation of the first Cylons, so I'm waivering on that, but there's definitely something going on. At the very least, anyone have any theories on what the deal is with the music anyway? Didn't Number Three see the visions of the Final Five in a... opera house?
Speaking of her, I could have sworn I saw D'Anna's cameraman in one of the courtroom scenes, working a camera. Anyone else spot him, or is it just me?
In all, this was a excellent episode. Doesn't advance much, but it does a good deal of setting up. If the penultimate episode of the season is this gripping, then the finale is going to be frakking epic.
And I agree with the rest. It'll be too cheap if Lampkin turns out to be a Cylon. I think he's defending Baltar for some other agenda in mind.