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5 items from 2009


Recap: Battlestar Galactica 4.20: "Daybreak, Part II" - 2 of 2

24 March 2009 2:48 AM, PDT | TVStar | See recent TVStar news »

We left off with Battlestar Galactica having just jumped back to Earth. If you missed the first part, you can read it here. It's worth noting that it's "our Earth" - not the Earth they jumped to earlier in the season. Twelve hours have passed and the scene opens to a beautiful view of Earth's oceans with some light, fluffy clouds overhead and the fleet ships starting to jump in. A transport leaves for the surface where they see a lush, green planet... Admiral Adama, Lieutenant Hoshi, Saul Tigh, Dr. Cottle, and Gaius Baltar are on the planet. They are scouting out the local inhabitants. Baltar passes a pair of binoculars to the Adama and says, "Well, there you have it, Admiral, the most advanced civilization we could locate on this planet. I can't see them talking to each other so either they communicate in a different way, or they're preverbal. »

- rsw@corp.popstar.com (Robert Samuel White)

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Recap: Battlestar Galactica 4.20: "Daybreak, Part II" - 2 of 2

24 March 2009 2:48 AM, PDT | TVStar | See recent TVStar news »

We left off with Battlestar Galactica having just jumped back to Earth. If you missed the first part, you can read it here. It's worth noting that it's "our Earth" - not the Earth they jumped to earlier in the season. Twelve hours have passed and the scene opens to a beautiful view of Earth's oceans with some light, fluffy clouds overhead and the fleet ships starting to jump in. A transport leaves for the surface where they see a lush, green planet... Admiral Adama, Lieutenant Hoshi, Saul Tigh, Dr. Cottle, and Gaius Baltar are on the planet. They are scouting out the local inhabitants. Baltar passes a pair of binoculars to the Adama and says, "Well, there you have it, Admiral, the most advanced civilization we could locate on this planet. I can't see them talking to each other so either they communicate in a different way, or they're preverbal. »

- rsw@corp.popstar.com (Robert Samuel White)

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Recap: Battlestar Galactica 4.20: "Daybreak, Part II" - 1 of 2

21 March 2009 3:14 AM, PDT | TVStar | See recent TVStar news »

The two-hour series finale of Battlestar Galactica starts off with a magnificient nighttime view of Caprica City. It's too bad the upcoming prequel series Caprica takes place fifty years in the past; I would enjoy seeing what the city was like prior to its destruction by the Cylons. At any rate, this is certainly a bittersweet moment in science fiction history. We don't want it to end, but we certainly want to see the ending... The episode starts off with William Adama and Saul Tigh in a bar. Saul is definitely smashed and tries to convince Adama to have a lap dance from one of the dancers, which he turns down. They talk about the decommissioning ceremony that is planned for Galactica. He finally gives in with a toast, "to retirement!" Of course, he has no idea that his decision to participate is what ultimately saves his life and that »

- rsw@corp.popstar.com (Robert Samuel White)

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Recap: Battlestar Galactica 4.20: "Daybreak, Part II" - 1 of 2

21 March 2009 3:14 AM, PDT | TVStar | See recent TVStar news »

The two-hour series finale of Battlestar Galactica starts off with a magnificient nighttime view of Caprica City. It's too bad the upcoming prequel series Caprica takes place fifty years in the past; I would enjoy seeing what the city was like prior to its destruction by the Cylons. At any rate, this is certainly a bittersweet moment in science fiction history. We don't want it to end, but we certainly want to see the ending... The episode starts off with William Adama and Saul Tigh in a bar. Saul is definitely smashed and tries to convince Adama to have a lap dance from one of the dancers, which he turns down. They talk about the decommissioning ceremony that is planned for Galactica. He finally gives in with a toast, "to retirement!" Of course, he has no idea that his decision to participate is what ultimately saves his life and that »

- rsw@corp.popstar.com (Robert Samuel White)

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Recap: Battlestar Galactica 4.14: "Blood on the Scales"

7 February 2009 10:43 PM, PST | TVStar | See recent TVStar news »

Finally, things are once again picking up in the riveting world of Battlestar Galactica. It starts out with Hot Dog (Bodie Olmos, son of none other than Edward James Olmos) refusing to fire upon a ship with President Roslin (Mary McDonnell) on board; another viper pilot didn't seem to have any issues with it whatsoever though. Missing his window of opportunity, largely thanks to Hot Dog, Roslin and the rest of her crew safely board the Rebel Baseship. With communications jammed, the Cylons weren't entirely clear what was happening and they surprisingly held off on any form of retaliation for being fired upon. From that moment on, everything stepped up a notch. The President, fully capable of taking charge, had no trouble convincing the Cylons to give Adama a chance to retake the Battlestar. Next, we see Gaeta (Alessandro Juliani) trying to convince the Admiral to tell the President to step down and surrender. »

- rsw@corp.popstar.com (Robert Samuel White)

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