Dear Anglophone World,"Star-crossed" is not good. Please adjust your usage accordingly.Love,IOZ
love life in the duldrums?
Hey speakin' of stars, did you see the Last Episode of Battlestar Godfraktica?An openly gay Lieutenant gets field-promoted to Admiral, in order to watch over the Fleet while Adama departs on his umpteenth suicide mission. Ahhhh, dependable Hollywood libs. Take that, "Don't-Ask-Don't-Tell" !!
Don't fuck with Edward James Olmos.
Thomas - do they not have spoiler warnings in your world? Here in the UK, it broadcasts tonight. Thanks a fucking bunch. I hope you die horribly.
Apologies, Dunc. Seein' as much of the series was broadcast on UK-Sky1, and in Australia, a week before it was broadcast in the US... and like I have some kinda way of checking British TV schedules... and y'know, I waited three days to allow people to watch their TIVO'd copy... well, I had no way of knowing it hadn't been broadcast yet.Still, are ya gonna argue that that was the pivotal plot point of the show? That took up approximately 45 seconds of the 90-minute episode, some other important stuff happened too.:)
OK, I stand corrected again, only Season 1 was broadcast in the UK/Aus before it was broadcast in the USA. Yes, I am an idiot. I also live in Mexico and watch the series by downloading torrents with "SKY-1" and a British announcer all over them.
Still, are ya gonna argue that that was the pivotal plot point of the show? Sorry dude, I've been diligently avoiding anything anywhere on the internet even vaguely related to BS:G for most of the last week, and as soon as I realised your comment was about it I tried to stop reading it. And how was I to know that it wasn't in some way pivotal?
So -- now that you've seen it, what did you think of the part where Adama dies? I thought it was really poignant. You know, Adama has always been a Moses symbol, and Moses never reached the Promised Land either.And who would have thought that Starbuck would just settle down and have a buncha kids and become a house-mom. Actually I thought that was bad writing on Ron Moore's part.And what about the part where the Cylon bioplasm they've been using just kinda "buds" off an exact duplicate/clone of the Galactica, and then when they get back to the ship, nobody notices they're on the wrong ship? I thought that was unrealistic.Well, I promise I will never, ever spoil an episode of Ron Moore's "Battlestar Galactica" ever again!:)
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