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Jim Carey
Sat, Mar 29, 2008, 7:44pm (UTC -5)
Re: BSG S3: Taking a Break from All Your Worries

2 stars, max. I don't get a few things.

* Baltar's confessions only make sense to the audience, who knows the context. The only intelligible thing he said was, he didn't know what he was doing. Oh, and C-6 saved him from the explosion.

* Baltar says NOTHING about the cylon ship. Nothing about the Hybrid, about projection, about De'anna's "rez addiction," about The Five, or the virus. Not that the virus is important--just a threat to an entire race!

* By now someone should have noted that Baltar often talks to an imaginary friend. He does it during interrogation, and I'm sure he did it in his monitored cell. If nothing else, you'd ask, "is he somehow communicating with the cylons?" I mean, I'm occasionally fooled by someone with a Bluetooth, into returning what I thought was a friendly "hello." We're talking about a guy with a constant half-conversational habit.

* Why would any prisoner feel shocked and betrayed by knowing he was being monitored?

* I'm confused about Imaginary Six. If nothing else, she has functioned as a survival mechanism (construct) for Gaius. Recently, she rarely shows up for "clever advice," and her motives are inconsistent. She told Gaius he was "the chosen one."
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Jim Carey
Tue, Mar 25, 2008, 10:53pm (UTC -5)
Re: BSG S3: Unfinished Business

My idea is that Kara married Anders to drive a stake into the notion of relationship with/from Lee. It was a way to preserve the friendship--eventually.
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