This is not my Battlestar Galactica. I remember in , laying on the floor in the living room, excitedly waiting for the first episode of the original BSG and having the President having a news conference and pre-empting it. Luckily, it was just 20 minutes late and I got to see it all and I thought it was amazing. This is another one that people either love or they hate.
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Battlestar Galactica attracted a lot of fans and a lot of kudos during its run, and engendered this sub blog about it. Here, in my final post on the ending, I present the case that its final hour was the worst ending in the history of science fiction on the screen. This is a condemnation of course, but also praise, because my message is not simply that the ending was poor, but that the show rose so high that it was able to fall so very far. I mean it was the most disappointing ending ever. Other SF shows have ended very badly, to be sure. This is particularly true of TV SF. Indeed, it is in the nature of TV SF to end badly.
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Didn't you think the final hour on earth sucked? I was a big fan of the initial mini series and the first two seasons. One strength for me during those first two seasons was the interaction between Gaius Baltar and Number Six. Baltar is a great character—complex, self-interested, conniving, and at times seemingly immoral with moments of a conscience.