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| September 13, 2010, 9:00 am
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'33'

This is early season 1 ep where the cylons attack every 33 minutes, it was so tense and humanity stood on the verge of extinction. This ep stands outr in my mind always, as shpwing humans being tested to the end of their teher. Great stuff!
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| September 13, 2010, 9:04 am
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Quoting Parrington Levens (*)
'33'

This is early season 1 ep where the cylons attack every 33 minutes, it was so tense and humanity stood on the verge of extinction. This ep stands outr in my mind always, as shpwing humans being tested to the end of their teher. Great stuff!


Indeed, a great one. As well as season 1 / ep 10 'Hand of God', great Viper action. I love Viper action!

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| September 13, 2010, 9:19 am
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Quoting Marc "Edge" R.unde

Indeed, a great one. As well as season 1 / ep 10 'Hand of God', great Viper action. I love Viper action!

Beat me to it, that's the one that came to mind. I'll post it to the group.
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| September 13, 2010, 10:52 am
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Has everyone seen the entire series? I recall someone saying the show hadn't finished in Europe.
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| September 14, 2010, 4:30 pm
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Quoting El Barto !
Has everyone seen the entire series? I recall someone saying the show hadn't finished in Europe.

I think in England it's finshed almost a year ago and in Austria you get the complete series on DVD with German language since 3 or 4 weeks.
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| September 15, 2010, 5:02 am
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Quoting 2x4 .
Quoting El Barto !
Has everyone seen the entire series? I recall someone saying the show hadn't finished in Europe.

I think in England it's finshed almost a year ago and in Austria you get the complete series on DVD with German language since 3 or 4 weeks.

Yeh def seen it all, but really season 1 and 2 are the best anyway, though S3 and 4 def have their moments. If the others haven't seen it all yet, I supposse we should just steer clear of spoiling any endings... Actually, I think I should start watching that great old show again, here's wishing it went forever. P.S> When's Caprica going to start up agaiN?

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| September 15, 2010, 6:09 am
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Quoting Parrington Levens
Yeh def seen it all, but really season 1 and 2 are the best anyway, though S3 and 4 def have their moments. If the others haven't seen it all yet, I supposse we should just steer clear of spoiling any endings... Actually, I think I should start watching that great old show again, here's wishing it went forever. P.S> When's Caprica going to start up agaiN?

Maybe this fall, October sometime?
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| September 15, 2010, 7:56 am
Quoting El Barto !
Maybe this fall, October sometime?


Hi Guys, thanks for the invitation!
Caprica episode 9 is scheduled for October 5th.
Finally we can watch again :-)
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| September 15, 2010, 8:49 am
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Quoting Ruud Hoogmoed

Hi Guys, thanks for the invitation!
Caprica episode 9 is scheduled for October 5th.
Finally we can watch again :-)

I saw a trailer for the season on SciFi's website, I think. Looked like a lot more action, and they start to go to the other Colonies. The first season had a lot of building, of characters, plot, all that. Now they can move ahead and start blowing up stuff!
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| September 15, 2010, 8:52 am
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Quoting El Barto !
I saw a trailer for the season on SciFi's website, I think. Looked like a lot more action, and they start to go to the other Colonies. The first season had a lot of building, of characters, plot, all that. Now they can move ahead and start blowing up stuff!

Can't bloody wait. I thought that first season was bldy great, nice intrigue and well planned... Realy lay the foundations for the whacky cylon version of Christianity.
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| September 15, 2010, 10:58 am
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Quoting Parrington Levens
Can't bloody wait. I thought that first season was bldy great, nice intrigue and well planned... Realy lay the foundations for the whacky cylon version of Christianity.

The end of the trailer I saw showed a factory cranking out replica Cylons.
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| September 15, 2010, 11:03 am
First off, let me say R.I.P. Caprica. It was a great show that SyFy treated horribly at the end. That shows like Warehouse 13, Eureka, and Haven earn second (and later) seasons and Caprica did not is simply sad.

As to my favorite BSG episodes The one thing I loved about the show was that there was no black and white, there was no easy answer. Every issue was cloaked in shades of gray and my picks for favorite episodes definitely reflect that.

First up would have to be "Pegasus" and "Resurrection Ship" from season 2. I love the contrast between the two ships, their commanding officers, their crews, the way they're run and their pasts. Both ships were in similar situations at the time of the destruction of the Twelve Colonies but each went in a very different direction. Seeing Adama and Cain face off at the end of "Pegasus" was tense and fantastic. These episodes also forced the viewer to start thinking about the Cylons as more than just evil robots, more than just wires and programming (much like season 1's "Flesh and Blood"). Seeing Gina's condition after being horribly mistreated by the Pegasus's crew generates tremendous sympathy for the character. Likewise, just like Tyrol and Helo, we feel for Sharon when we find out she's at the mercy of Thorne and his goons. These episodes allow the viewer to begin thinking about the Cylons in a new way and I don't think I was the only one who was glad to see Gina kill Cain in the end.

My next pick would be season 4's "The Oath" and "Blood on the Scales." These episodes were the only time I've ever experienced "edge of my seat" television. While one certainly hoped Adama and his followers would survive and win, one can't help but also look at the whole mutiny from the other side. The Adama/Roslin administration did hold out Earth as a fabled promised land, which turned out to be a blasted ruin. And then they also welcome the rebel Cylons into the fleet and issued orders to equip vessels with Cylon technology. It is understandable that people were horrified by this. After all, these were the same Cylons that destroyed their homes (twice if you count New Caprica) and killed their loved ones. Certainly some people had to be wondering how they could be expected to simply turn the other cheek and become comrades. Both sides in the conflict had valid viewpoints which made the situation all the more intense. Seeing who ended up on which side and not knowing who would survive made for great television.

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| December 8, 2011, 9:06 am
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Woah, Dude, you're clearly a fan! Caprica had it's moments, but took way too long to get where it was going. That's why I'm hoping Blood and Chrome will be more successful, because it's starts in the middle of the action. Not sure when it's supposed to premiere, maybe in the spring?
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| December 8, 2011, 10:52 am
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