Title: 4x01 He That Believeth in Me
Crichton Kicks - April 5, 2008 09:24 PM (GMT)
|During the Cylon attack, Sam Anders has a strange encounter with a Cylon Raider. The crew of the Galactica view Starbuck's return with suspicion and doubt. Gaius Baltar takes refuge with a group of women who believe he has the power to heal others.|
Wow! The pre-credit sequence was outstanding, proving once again, that in terms of pure spectacle, there's nothing else like BSG on TV right now.
A very solid opening to the season.
Re Baltar's journey towards messiah, was I the only one thinking that they'd modelled him on the music video for Robbie Williams' 'Sing'? :lol:
Yet again, it would appear that Kara's going to be a bone of contention between Adama and Roslin.
The revelation, by Six, that the final five are 'close by' would seem to indicate that the fifth and final Cylon is also somewhere amongst the fleet.
Great series, can't believe that this is the last year! :(
goth willow fan - April 6, 2008 09:24 PM (GMT)
Fantastic - and looks superb in 720p Hi Def
Re Baltar - He's not the Messiah he's a very naughty boy. ;)
Liked his reaction to being holed up with a colony of fruitcakes :lol:
It's fairly obvious that the final cylon is going to be someone we know, one of the most intriguing theories I've seen is Gaeta.
Don't you just hate it when things are building up nicely then "To Be Continued" comes on the screen :lol:
prophecy girl - April 8, 2008 09:50 AM (GMT)
Battlestar Galactica's April 4 season-four debut on SCI FI Channel was the number-one cable program in prime time among adults aged 25-54 and drew a total audience of more than 2.1 million viewers.
Crichton Kicks - April 8, 2008 04:01 PM (GMT)
I'd pay good money for the numbers to stay around that level. Sci-Fi would kick themselves for not being more encouraging of the show's future. Part of the reason that Moore and Eick have decided to end BSG, IMO, is because they fear Sci-Fi cancelling it.
melian - April 8, 2008 05:27 PM (GMT)
It really was a 'WTF!!!??!' ending :o In fact the whole episode was :thumbsup:
I'd laugh at Paul's dodgy messiah joke, but it would only encourage him :lol:
willowroolz - April 17, 2008 08:30 AM (GMT)
|QUOTE (Crichton Kicks @ Apr 5 2008, 09:24 PM)|
| was I the only one thinking that they'd modelled him on the music video for Robbie Williams' 'Sing'? :lol: |
Seeing as most sane people would never admit to being able to name a Robbie Williams song - let alone having seen one of his videos - I'd say yes, definitely :p