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|Does anyone think anything is going to happen with her making out Baltar and Six in her dying dream? At first, I just didn't buy that she'd be able to make out something from the periphery of a moment in her life. Then i realized that Baltar was really famous, so its possible that this was something that she actually noticed and could remember. I think that at the end of the season or something when a nuke is about to go off, shes going to remember and put Baltar in some hot sh!t|
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"And then suddenly, a lot of the logic that we have come to understand in terms of overall plot may feel a bit shaken. "A dying leader ... " - no more?"
Actually that still holds true. She "was" a dying leader. The prophecy never actually said that she WOULD die.
|I say that because after the first season there was a prophecy that you just KNEW was about Angel. But in the fifth season, they sprinkled doubt on that. Maybe what they'll do with Rosalin and her now non-dying. Who knows, maybe in the last episode, they'll find Earth and it will turn out that it was about _________ all along.|
|There was more evidence to help out our debate over whether Number Six is real or not. We saw him holding his own tie when he thought Six was holding it. This episode seemed to hint that Six is more of an imaginary character, but there is always that ambiguity.|
|Maybe they'll return to earth in the 80's like they did with the orginal Galactica!!!|
I know I'm late to this discussion, but I just wanted to point out that the above statement is not entirely true. When Six grabs Baltar's tie, you can see Baltar then grab it too for leverage. They both then had their hands on his tie. When he came back into the "real" world, only his hand was left.
Still no help in the real versus imaginary Cylon in his head.
|In the latest episode of BATTLESTAR GALACTICA, did anyone notice that the whole "Laura Roslin is saved by hybrid baby's blood" was a rip-off of a storyline from STAR TREK VOYAGER's Season 7 episode, "Prophecy". This episode dealt with the Voyager crew coming across a group of Klingons and B'Elanna Torres' hybrid baby. |
I find it ironic that Ron Moore, the self-proclaimed critic of VOYAGER would steal a storyline from that show.