Syfy (ended 2010)
|I just wish the actors could have whispered a little louder so that it was easier to understand that scene|
|If you hit the Mute button on your remote, the subtitles will appear after a brief delay. Of course, then you have to watch the episode in silence. Not a good alternative.|
Oh my fraking gods, so much wonderful i dont konw where to start.
loved this episode. loving this season so far. loved where tori's character is going, the loose cannon of the 4/5 final five, loved that roslin finally threw starbuck a bone in the end, ms president was starting to get on my nerves by being the main person not believing in her. loved boomer being the one #8 to defect. loved the cylon cival war, loved the character develpment on the cylons in general. loved baltars plot going somewhere interesting (last weeks baltar plot setup didnt work for me).
didnt care for captain apollo's big galactica goodbye. but his character never did it for me to begin with, so there you go. but not so great subplot in an episode really aint so bad.
overall another A++ episode for season 4. I really hope this season can keep up the pace (season 3 was amazing through episode 4-5 but went downhill quickly after that so I am a big cautious)
Hooray for BSG!
how does this story keep getting better & better. absolutely loved it. i've stopped guessing whats going to happen & just enjoy it. (i do enough guessing with lost)
i've just finished watching the episode & i miss it already. i want the next episode!!
The end scene fits in with what happened with the Starbuck character in the original BSG. Throughout the series there have been parallels between the two along major plot lines so this makes me wonder if they're going towards some form of the whole Count Ibis, Ship of Light story arc. I could see them pull it off but with a much more modern delivery.
The more I think about it the more it looks like the Cylons are just as at the mercy of events (or some controlling entity) as the Colonials.
But anyways I loved the conflict between the cylons and where Cavil got his 'just' punishment for trying to 'alter' the Radier's personalities and then the centurions being given 'empaty' programs. Simply the best part imo of the episode.
|Finally! I've waited four seasons but finally the Centurians are starting to take the center stage in the cylon story. Now that they're no longer held back and are now fully centient I think we're going to see the irony start happening. If you look at the previews for the next episode it looks like the Centurians don't like being bossed around any more. Possible Centurian take-over? Wouldn't that be ironic the cylons killed us for 'enslaving' them and then the Centurians kill the other cylons for 'enslaving' them. |
Can't wait for the next episode.
yeah that was one of my only complaints aswell also what wasn't helping was sci-fi's audio had a few skips here and there i really noticed it during that scene but i assumed it was just my cable provider screwing it up.
What can I say? Un-fraking-believable, this is the only series that keeps me interested each and every episode, I think there's no single episode in all this series without a moment I love, usually several. This week I loved the confrontation between Roslin and Kara (way to go, Starbuck), the scene with Adama and Roslin telling truths to one another, my god, it was shocking, really, and Tory sleeping with Baltar to find out what he knows... but of course, the best was the cylon part, now cylons are really beginning to understand humans, they are as able of treason against their own kind as we are!
I loved the way Adama solved the Starbuck situation, it will be interesting to see how it turns out. All in all, a great episode, seven days is a very looong time, but I guess I'll have to be patient.