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As for Starbuck... maybe I missed something, but I think the single biggest "WTF??" for me with the ending of the show was, WTF was all that about her being the "harbinger of death"? It's repeated in at least three different places in the show, going back to, what, the second season? She will "lead them all to their end"? Well, she sorta did that, but...
Harbringer of death for the cylons.
She led the humans to the cylon "colony" where most of them were killed off when Racetrack fired all 16 nuke missles towards the colony.
(On whether any of the Cavils, Simons or Dorals survived the attack on the Colony)
Moore: The final (edit) came out a little less clear on that level than I sort of intended... The idea was that when Racetrack hits the nukes, they smack into the Colony and it takes it out of the stream swirling around the singularity, and it fell in (to the singularity) and was torn apart. But as we were cutting the show for time, and taking out frames, one of the things that became less apparent was that the Colony was doomed. The intention was that everyone aboard the Colony perished.
Just wanted to bump this thread for those of you who haven't heard about this; it's got its own thread, but since nobody else has replied to it yet, I figured I'd let everyone know who's in this thread about it.
Ladies and gents, meet Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome
The version of "All Along The Watchtower" they use is kick-ass, I can listen to that over and over. You know a soundtrack is good when you can listen to just the music, and visualize the video that goes with it. (I get the same thing with the opening tracks on the "Gladiator" soundtrack).
Originally Posted by Godzira
Does anyone know how many to a signature?
Originally Posted by Brianrietta
Not a sebberry post goes by where I don't frown and think to myself "so..?"