How BSG wrapped up (or didn’t) will be talked about for a good long while. And that’s perfect if you ask me. Unlike The Sopranos, a show that begged for a close that had resolution, Galactica wouldn’t have been served well if every if every question was answered. Like Dave Rogers I feel that the show attempted to hold up a mirror to life itself, which ultimately is a mystery.
Something to think about – while the survivors ultimately reject technology – there is a marriage of man’s creations and forces beyond knowledge that carry the survivors to Earth.
You tell me – didn’t you feel pain watching Galactica, itself, herself, ‘break her back’ in that final jump?
Some related reading:
io9: As Battlestar Ends, God Is In the Details
Seattle PI: Battlestar Galactica’s Ron Moore Answers Our Burning Questions
geekdad: BSG at the UN: Wow, That Actually Worked!
YouTube: BSG at UN
Salon: Goodbye, “Galactica”
guardian.co.uk: Battlestar Galactica: Better than The Wire?
NYTimes: Show About the Universe Raises Questions on Earth
I loved it, but I still am a bit confused about how the Final Five created the other Cylons if the humans created the Cylons (in the Caprica time period).
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