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|I'm not sure, but it would be a bit of a letdown to find out so early. They also need to explain the significance of the final Cylon now that they've reached their current location. (I'm trying not to post any spoilers from the last episodes although all the regulars here know what happened.)|
You're right. It would be a bitter disappointment. I guess I'm just trying to condition myself. After the travesty that was the end of Stargate SG-1, I'm worried about the conclusion to BSG. It is a far superior show (in my humbe opinion), but still i worry. I'm probably being overly paranoid, as the writers, producers, cast and crew have done nothing but astound me throughout the series with their skill, ingenuity, their courage to tackle taboo issues and the sense of reality they've brought to the Sci-Fi genre. But as I always say, the pessimist is always pleasantly surprised when things work out right...
|So... a private question... what was your longest marathon? I think me and me girl we managed to see 7 episodes most in one such marathon... (we did finish season 4 last time with 6 episodes in a row, despite me having to go to work the next day... but I simply could not stop watching)|
Well, if that is supposed to be a quote from the final fifth, and I'll spoiler it just in case I'm right and ruin it for y'all...
This could point to the cylon ship controlling women (hybrid? or is that only the kids?). We don't know her name, but she babbles on all the time. She is also well placed for influencing events and/or sending signals (watchtower) to the almost-final-four.
In reply to the spoiler above.
I wouldn't be suprised, the Hybrid/s are going to play some sort of role in all this before it's over. Probably not the 5th since theirs more than 1 of them and the 5 seem to be single examples, but i'm betting they aren't out of it yet. I t could also simply be talking about the projections, their clearly the product of an outside force with a lot of knowlage of what is going on, but beyond that where cluless.
Anyone care to summarise all the clues for those of us without the time/inclination to go digging through masses of stuff...
o.k/ this may be a long shot, but here goes.
Has anyone seen the commercials for BSG new season? Well They say who is the final cylon and they flash faces. One is adama, D, Gaeta, Roslin, Baltar and a few others. So the final cylon has to be one of them right? Or are the producers just throwing us false info??? Any thoughts?
|Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't it a scene from an already-broadcasted S4 episode?|
tripping82, Really good observation. I completely missed that Roslin wasn't in the pic. I don't think that it means Roslin's a goner though, even though she probably will die eventually. The Six that was standing next to Roslin in the Last Supper pic is dead already, but she's still in the pic. Is her absence represented death then the Six would be gone too. It's possible Roslin's absence may indicate that she has betrayed her alliance to the fleet. From the pic one could assume that everyone in the pic is part of an alliance. It's possible Roslin has a 'hate' relapse after discovering Earth is not all they thought it would be. This could push her over the edge and turn her against the newly found Cylon-Colonies alliance making her the Judas of the story so to speak. Perhaps that is why we hear a sound bite in one of the recent BSG ads where Adama is telling Roslin to back down.
AndreasOS, I think the soundbite is from a scene that will air on a future episode. Perhaps the scene with Kara and the Cylon on post-apocalyptic earth in the BSG youwillknowthetruth.com commercial. On another forum someone said it's possible Kara discovers the wreckage of her original Viper and her dead body in it.
oddbodd72, you also have a really good theory. The "You have heard my voice countless times,yet you do not know my name." really does seem to describe the hybrid.
It actually makes the most sense. One thing I've noticed is the second 'clue' could be talking about child birth.
|The fifth still in shadow will claw toward the light hungering for redemption that will only come in the howl of terrible suffering. I can see them all. The seven, now six, self described machines who believe themselves without sin, but in time, it is sin that will consume them. They will know enmity, bitterness, the wrenching agony of the one splintering into the many, and then they will join the promised-land gathered on the wings of an angel. Not and end, but a beginning.|