I'm posting this because a couple of people have already submitted an edit to change the status to "Ended". Though I understand the reason for that, I don't think it's an accurate edit at this time. I am always open to reasoned and thoughtful arguments on the topic but I don't think I'll change my mind, simply because there is one more TV-based installment on the way. Thanks for your interest in the guide and watch the TV listings for the exact date of Battlestar Galactica: The Plan.
(Of course the Caprica DVD is on its way next month too. That will be covered by the guide for the Caprica series. The series itself will begin airing on the Sci Fi Channel in 2010.)
UPDATE: I've noticed that some people are getting confused by the episode listings for "Daybreak, Part 2" on the guide. I broke up the two-hour "Daybreak, Part 2" broadcast into two separate episode listings, as follows:
"Daybreak, Part 2 (2)"
"Daybreak, Part 2 (3)"
Those were preceded by "Daybreak, Part 1 (1)".
Why did I do this? TV.com links to legal downloads from iTunes (or at least they used to). Thus, the staff wants the episode listings on TV.com to match those on iTunes. Apple's normal policy is to break up two-hour broadcasts into two separate parts of roughly one-hour each (actually, a bit less because of the absence of commercials). I was worried that if I only created a single episode listing for "Daybreak, Part 2", that the staff might add another listing, maybe "Daybreak, Part 3", later on.
If that happened, then there would be no episode reviews or votes on ratings for the new "Part 3" listing. That would make the listing less informative because it wouldn't reflect the thoughts and ratings of all the users who saw it this past weekend.
If you are submitting anything to the guide for "Daybreak, Part 2", be careful to note whether the quote or trivia item occurred in the first hour of the broadcast or in the second. Then submit it to the appropriate episode listing, either "Part 2 (2)" (the first hour) or "Part 2 (3)" (the second hour).