Battlestar Galactica: Season 2.0-2.5

Α Great flick, must see regardless of what Genres you enjoy.  Makes you think of things beyond the scope of the story.

Season Two of Battlestar Galactica remains one of the best shows to hit television, proving that Science Fiction is not just about special effects and/or nifty ideas. This is a human drama, driven by realistic characters who we come to care for. Building on the first season, the plot thickens as the ramifications of what has happened begin to ht home. Friendships and alliances are tried and tested, and both human and Cylon conspiracies unfold.  My only real complaint was the pointless division of the DVDs into Season releases that sound like software updates.  Season x.0 and x.5?  Really?  Basically, this was a marketing gimmick that seems to have resulted from the extremely long season breaks the Sci-Fi (now Sy-Fy… see-fee?) channel created. 

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About Thomas Evans

I'm a writer of mysteries, espionage, and speculative fiction. In my previous incarnation I was an archaeologist specializing in gender and identity in Iron and Bronze Age Europe. Mostly, however, I was known for my works with the use of geomatics, multiscalular spatial analysis and landscape theory within archaeology.
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