In my continuing series of reviews of the episodic Television programme known as Battlestar Galactica, I have watched the next two episodes - The Hub and Revelations - and correspondingly have reviews to share.
9. The Hub
- I liked the way they approached the continuation of this one, showing us what happened prior to finding all those destroyed base ships and the wrecked Raptor.
- They've unboxed Deanna - good. Hopefully this means we'll get some answers out of her!
- I particularly enjoyed the moment when she "revealed" that the President was a Cylon. It was a moment where my line of thought was, "Okay, she's gotta be joking! They're playing up the suspensful music too!" and it turns out that was indeed the case. I like that they didn't take a commercial break to reveal that she was just joshin'
- Not sure what to make of Roslin in this episode. Her visions, her decision to save Baltar...I just don't know.
- Speaking of Baltar - for some reason I thought he already revealed that he gave up the access codes. Good to know he's not feeling guilty about that anymore, that he's moved on. Just trying to figure out what he was getting at as far as telling the Centurion about the Cylon God and whatnot.
- You can feel the apprehension from the Four in the fleet when Deanna announced she wanted them to come forward. Though I don't understand why Tori was there - at least the other three had reason to be on the flight deck.
- I think Tori must be programmed differently than the other three. She at least seems the most "Cylon" of the four of them.
- Holy crap, Tigh is actually revealing himself to Adama? This is nuts. I seriously stopped the video right after he revealed himself and suggested sticking him in an airlock. I am in unbelievable suspense.
- Wow. President Adama (Apollo) has some balls. I understand though - they probably all feel betrayed so being so callous when it comes to killing a Cylon who you thought was human is easy. He would have sent Tigh out the air lock if Kara didn't stop him.
- I didn't think they'd actually get to Earth already! I was thinking it's an end-of-the-show type of goal. But now that they're there, it's in ruins.
- Which means the rest of the season should be devoted to answering tons of questions, which hopefully means they'll still have some exciting episodes left. This was the best episode yet this season, I hope not to be let down.