Battlestar Galactica: Season 2, Episode 2

Valley of Darkness (22 Jul. 2005)

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A Cylon virus is interfering with Galactica's power supply, while Cylon centurions are heading for crucial systems. Somehow they must be stopped.

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Finding the fleet by networking the computers was dangerous, but it looked like the mission was successful. Then lights start falling out. Gaeta finds out the Cylon virus still made it into Galactica's systems. On top of that reports of Cylons in the starboard flight pod arrive. almost indestructible Centurions have boarded the ship. They must be stopped before they gain access to crucial systems. Back on Caprica Helo and Starbuck visit Starbucks apartment. They take some rest and, while listening to the music of her father, discuss her past life. On Kobol Dr. Baltar gets a vision about commander Adama killing his 'baby'. Number Six tells him about mankind's nature. Tyrol and Cally try to make it back in time to the away party with the serisone for Socinus. Written by Arnoud Tiele (imdb@tiele.nl)

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At the beginning of episode 2.02 "Valley of Darkness", Billy and Dualla say that they haven't seen each other in person since "two weeks ago." They were shown dancing together at the end of "Colonial Day". Only two days had passed on the show since then. See more »

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Crewman Specialist Cally: Tarn getting shot... it wasn't your fault. You know that, right, Chief?
[Chief Tyrol is in a stunned silence]
Crewman Specialist Cally: ...Talk to me, you motherfracker!
Chief Petty Officer Tyrol: [snaps back to reality and laughs] Motherfracker?
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haunting music
15 May 2010 | by (Switzerland) – See all my reviews

This review is less about the episode itself and more about the music of Battlestar Galatica in general. One of the highlights of the new BSG is Bear McCreary's soundtrack. This music is nothing less that brilliant, certainly the best from any television series. I chose to insert these comments under this episode because the music in this one is particularly haunting. It is so haunting, in fact that I nearly lost a girlfriend because of it. I had a date just after seeing this episode I was so distracted that my date thought I was being rude and aloof. I have been searching for a recording of it ever since the episode aired. For some reason the studio chose not to include it on the Soundtrack CD of Season 2. (Or did I miss something?) Anyway, the music fits to the action and emotion of the episode (which I will not spoil here) perfectly. It's almost as if the story was written to fit the music, not the other way around.


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