During a seemingly hopeless battle, Kara Thrace appears in a pristine Viper, claiming that she has been to Earth and can lead the Fleet there -- but the terminal Laura Roslin believes ... See full summary »

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During a seemingly hopeless battle, Kara Thrace appears in a pristine Viper, claiming that she has been to Earth and can lead the Fleet there -- but the terminal Laura Roslin believes otherwise. Meanwhile, four of the so-called Final Five are forced to tackle the repercussions of their newfound nature, while Gaius Baltar discovers he has a commune of nubile female cultists who believe him to be an agent of the "one true God". Written by Amezzeray

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The title of this episodes comes from the Bible verse John 3:16. See more »

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When Starbuck's viper appears before Lee at the end of "Crossroads, pt. 2", the name panels on the sides of her ship are missing. At the beginning of this episode, when no time has elapsed between scenes, the panels are seen on her ship. See more »

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Tracey Anne: [walking in and seeing Gaius on his knees seemly in prayer; not knowing that Number Six had been comforting him by saying she was there for him] That is so beautiful.
Dr. Gaius Baltar: [he opens his eyes and looks around] Hello. Sorry, what?
Tracey Anne: The way you were praying.
Dr. Gaius Baltar: [noticing he had his palms together in an attitude of prayer] Oh, yeah, yeah. Oh, thank you, yeah.
Tracey Anne: [she comes over and sits down facing Gaius] Not some hollow ritual.
Dr. Gaius Baltar: No, no.
Tracey Anne: It's as if the Gods are right here beside you.
Dr. Gaius Baltar: Well, yeah.
Tracey Anne: When I pray to the ...
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Dualism
5 April 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

What a fantastic premiere. As an audience,our freedom of choice is reaffirmed. Do we side with Kara, and ignore some very important empirical evidence? Or do we side with Rosalind, a more secular oracle? Whichever way we choose, the chance of error is equivalent. Realization of human potential could be matter of hard work, or a matter of providence. I can't wait to see which way this show takes it. I can only guess it won't be in one way or the other, but in the emptiness of space in-between. Will Gauis turn out to be a prophet, bound by obligation, or a slave, bound by vanity or greed. The more disjunctions, the better, in my opinion, since I think this is the best frakkin' show on TV at the moment!


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