March 20, 2009


For those of you who will be unable to view the series finale of "Battlestar Galactica this evening, be advised that the episode is two hours AND ELEVEN MINUTES long.

Go and adjust your DVR/VHS recorders.

So say we all.

Recently, BSG creator/producer Ronald D. Moore wrote about tonight's series conclusion:
"Its been an honor to be your storyteller."

My response:
"Thank you for the story. It was more than we had hoped for. God speed."

Posted by Gary at March 20, 2009 07:32 PM | TrackBack

Wow. Quite the ending. Well done.

One observation: I don't think I've seen a series that actually was pro-faith, and pro-life in a long time.

Posted by: rbj at March 21, 2009 01:44 PM

I really liked the final episode. It had the good battle scenes early on and a good ending. I know some conservatives saw the ending as the liberal bias of the writers leaking through, but I saw it differently. I saw a group of very weary and tired people just wanting to get away from all remnants of the horror they went through.

There was one thing I didn't like and it took me four days to figure out what it was (bad enough I was thinking about it four days later). After everything he had done for the fleet. And after Dualla, Starbuck and his father, Apollo is ultimatly left alone without anyone he loves. That bothered me and still does.

Posted by: Silk at March 26, 2009 11:06 AM