BSG Mid-Season Finale Tonight
"Mid-season finale" sounds like an oxymoron, I know. But it looks like the show will take its holiday break after tonight and pick up with the second half of the season in January.
They did this last year with "Pegasus", only that was a much longer break. It would be another FIFTEEN weeks before we would get to "Resurrection Ship: Part One". Sheesh.
Being as tonight's episode is number 11 of Season Three, I'm hoping this means we're in for another 11 episodes starting January 21st (which is the new night, Sunday).
To tide you over a fairly well-done Lee & Kara Viper battle montage set to Yello's "Oh Yeah". (you know, the "ow, ow...ch..chiketa..chik...ahhh...ow...ow" song from the closing credits of "Ferris Bueller's Day Off"):
So get ready: Cylons and Humans rumble over what may be a newly-discovered secret about how to find Earth.
A small detail on tonights episode irked me ....Why was Galacticas version of Radar OReilly (Dee) in charge of planning a critical military mission? There were three experienced operators - Lee, Anders and Kara - on the planet. What exactly does Dee bring to the table besides cell phone dialing experience? I was struck that Kara was not planning the op...What is the deal?
Posted by: Skye at December 16, 2006 12:12 AM (S4Z0M)
The Sci-Fi Channel has always broken their show seasons in two. BSG, however, is the first of their shows to coincide with the regular season.
stuff like that has long annoyed me; like in star trek, where the cast is always used for every mission assignment and on every away team (well...'cept for the guys in red who are expendable on away missions).
Posted by: wordsmith at December 17, 2006 02:46 AM (WpT+h)
Haven't had BSG for 1 month, just watched the virus eps.
Did they even canibalize the Cylon fighters?
They were all just waiting for them to take them, convert or use them. And did they download anything from the battleship?
Posted by: Sandy P at December 17, 2006 02:06 PM (P7TI9)