Battlestar Galactica: The Hub

We flashback to two days ago and learn the fate of Roslin’s baseship and the fragile Cylon-human alliance.

A note to first time BSG watchers; these aren’t the reviews for you. I plan to write about the show with the ending in mind. If you haven’t seen the show, you will be spoiled on stuff that happens at the end. You’ve been warned.

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Battlestar Galactica: Sine Qua Non

After the Baseship’s mysterious disappearance, the Adamas are forced to make some choices about their futures. Also, Romo Lampkin returns.

 

A note to first time BSG watchers; these aren’t the reviews for you. I plan to write about the show with the ending in mind. If you haven’t seen the show, you will be spoiled on stuff that happens at the end. You’ve been warned.

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Battlestar Galactica: Guess What’s Coming to Dinner

After a brief scare, the Baseship arrives at the Fleet, and the Cylons give the humans an offer that will lead them to both Earth and the Final Five Cylons.

 

A note to first time BSG watchers; these aren’t the reviews for you. I plan to write about the show with the ending in mind. If you haven’t seen the show, you will be spoiled on stuff that happens at the end. You’ve been warned.

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Battlestar Galactica: Faith

As the mutiny winds down (with one tragic consequence), Starbuck embarks on her mission, hoping that she can trust Leoben. Back in the fleet, Roslin meets another woman who offers her a new way of faith.

 

A note to first time BSG watchers; these aren’t the reviews for you. I plan to write about the show with the ending in mind. If you haven’t seen the show, you will be spoiled on stuff that happens at the end. You’ve been warned.

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Battlestar Galactica: The Road Less Traveled

Something finally happens on Kara’s crazy mission – her crew comes across a wounded Leoben, who has an interesting offer for Kara and the fleet. Meanwhile, back at the ranch, Chief goes to some scary places in his grief.

 

A note to first time BSG watchers; these aren’t the reviews for you. I plan to write about the show with the ending in mind. If you haven’t seen the show, you will be spoiled on stuff that happens at the end. You’ve been warned.

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Battlestar Galactica: Escape Velocity

After last week’s shocker, everyone is pretty focused on death, along with its twin, birth, or in least in this case, spiritual rebirth. Results are rather mixed.

 

A note to first time BSG watchers; these aren’t the reviews for you. I plan to write about the show with the ending in mind. If you haven’t seen the show, you will be spoiled on stuff that happens at the end. You’ve been warned.

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Battlestar Galactica: The Ties That Bind

In this plot-jammed episode, Callie starts getting suspicious of Tyrol, Cavil and his faction push back against Natalie’s side, Lee takes over as the Caprican Quorum delegate and encounters veiled resistance from President Roslin, and Starbuck clashes with her crew looking for Earth.

 

A note to first time BSG watchers; these aren’t the reviews for you. I plan to write about the show with the ending in mind. If you haven’t seen the show, you will be spoiled on stuff that happens at the end. You’ve been warned.

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Battlestar Galactica: Six of One

After Starbuck’s plan from last episode comes undone, she’s thrown in the brig, while everyone else is left to decide if she’s her normal crazy self or just crazy crazy. Meanwhile, the Cylons are having their own troubles as their raiders refuse to fight the humans.

 

A note to first time BSG watchers; these aren’t the reviews for you. I plan to write about the show with the ending in mind. If you haven’t seen the show, you will be spoiled on stuff that happens at the end. You’ve been warned.

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Battlestar Galactica: He That Believeth In Me

After a near miss with extinction and Starbuck’s triumphant return, the fleet is at a loss about what to do next. Also, Baltar officially takes over the leadership of the cult of the One True God.

 

A note to first time BSG watchers; these aren’t the reviews for you. I plan to write about the show with the ending in mind. If you haven’t seen the show, you will be spoiled on stuff that happens at the end. You’ve been warned.

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Battlestar Galactica: Razor

It’s time to go back to the Pegasus, when Lee was commander, and Lt. Kendra Shaw, the protg of Admiral Cain, was looking for a way to make up for her choices and also, get some cool flashbacks to the first Cylon War.

A note to first time BSG watchers; these aren’t the reviews for you. I plan to write about the show with the ending in mind. If you haven’t seen the show, you will be spoiled on stuff that happens at the end. You’ve been warned.

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