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After series finale I have been left with completely mixed emotions and had to wait for a very long time to come to a complete summary of the series. What started as one of the best Sci-Fi series, having enormous potential ended as a trash series with nothing left of the grandeur it once possessed.
The idea itself is intriguing and uncovers vast possibilities of exploring the personal and interpersonal nuances of feelings, relationships etc. And in the first season as well as in the first half of second season the signs were set to "GO". However, after Robert Hewitt Wolfe left the show and Bob Engels took over the show almost immediately began to drift into crappy action Sci-Fi. Each episode had to show at least 20 dead enemies, had at least 5 fighting scenes, 10 big explosions and so on. The once almost invincible ship became more vulnerable than MS Windows and she "went down" at least once per episode.
Character development went not further but backwards, the writers forgot what has already been seen and said, denied some aspects which were already stated clearly.
Bottom line: if it would be possible, I'd rate seasons as follows:
1. season 10
2. season 8
3. season 6
4. season 4
5. season 0
However, overall note is 5.
This could have been such a great show.... :-(
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