Skip to comments.SPOILERS: 'Battlestar Galactica's' Adam And Eve?
Posted on 06/17/2008 6:13:21 PM PDT by KevinDavis
The following story contains possible MODERATE SPOILERS for the final episodes of "Battlestar Galactica" in the second half of the fourth season. This story also contains RUMORS which have not been officially confirmed, and should be treated as rumor until confirmed by SciFi Channel.
Idle speculation, or is there something brewing here.
A lot of fans were puzzled by the fact that Chief Tyrol was made a Cylon -- a part of the Final Five -- despite the fact that he not only was married, but he had a kid.
"Battlestar Galactica" made a big deal about the hybrid child Hera and how she was the face of things to come. But the same amount of attention has been absent from Nicholas Tyrol, even after it was revealed he himself is a Cylon Hybrid.
So what does this mean? One source for the show says that the future story involving Nicholas and Hera will have its own Biblical proportions -- like Genesis.
(Excerpt) Read more at syfyportal.com ...
Any of us could have written that article months ago.
Given the liberal leanings of this woefully disjointed series, I’d bet more on Adam and Steve than Adam and Eve.
It will turn out that the entire universe within which Battlestar Galactica takes place is part of a child’s science project on a planet of super-advanced beings in a universe which is one of many virtual realities created by a team of super-duper-advanced beings on a planet within a universe that is merely the dream of a butterfly on a planet within a universe ...
Um there ain’t no liberal leanings.
Get This: Where the Colonials and Cylons are standing is on a street (Park something or other) in Brooklyn that has a particular building standing on it today, with a view as we see it on screen.
The name of this real-life building?
The Watch Tower.
That is true. Plus the show creator, Ron Moore is not a liberal.
would those be the advanced, highly evolved aliens that designed life here on earth, like Dawkins suggested?
Right. And the whole suicide bomber plotline reflected what, exactly?
Only because if it goes any more to the left, it will be "going the wrong way".
If you listen to the podcasts, Rawny Moore himself admits the show leans left.
Um if you listen to the podcasts Moore himself is an independent.
Ditto, they seem to cover the full political spectrum through the characters, just like you would have with any random group of people that are forced together. I think they handle issue leanings very well.
A reflection upon current times. Moore wasn’t making a political statement.
What, are you channeling Obama or something?
if you listen to the podcasts Moore himself is an independent.
So? You said the show had no liberal leanings. Rawny, the head writer and developer disagrees.
But, I thought it was church they where near.. I could have sworn I saw a cross.
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