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Helo, the Gentleman

Here’s a brain-spinner: in Greek, the phrase Kalos Kai Agathos, or its shortened form, Kalos K’Agathos, means essentially “gentleman.” Kalos means “beautiful,” Kai means “and,” and Agathos means “good.” Beautiful and good = gentleman. Sound familiar? I couldn’t help but notice this seems very close to “Karl C. Agathon,” our BSG Lt. Helo. Perhaps this […]


Big Brother-Bot is Watching

I’m unsettled by what seems to be a growingcomplacency among the people on New Caprica. The members of the fledgling Resistance are an exception, I think, not the rule. In the first webisode, we see posters aimed at recruiting people into the Cylon-controlled police force, and Jammer tears it down in disgust, claiming that anyone […]


Galactica Party-Planner:

Have you noticed how many of your generally-non-sci-fi-geek friends are into Battlestar Galactica in a big way? I have. BSG’s creators and writers have wisely avoided getting drawn down into the technobabble trap, instead following a path paved with strong, deep characters and human tragedy/triumph. It’s paying off. Apparently Zack Exley — of MoveOn fame […]


Will the Phoenix rise again?

In the episode “Flight of the Phoenix” Chief Tyrol gets the creative itch to build a ship. I consider it to be one of the best episodes of the entire canon. There are a bunch more action packed and a few more sexy episodes, but this one of the character building stories for the Chief. […]


Fat Lee? (Or, Apollo gets gaDUNKadunk)

And God said “be fruitful and multiply.” Well, Apollo hasn’t been fruitful in the show (yet), but he seems to have multiplied. Don’t get me wrong–he still looks good, but D, you gotta take charge and help this man become fruitful. That is, make him eat fruit. Not donuts. Since Jamie Bamber took us through […]


GWC GWC Podcast #1

In this ‘cast — our first — we discuss the webisodes as well as a good bit of Galactica history and the path forward into season three.  Highlights: We theorize on how humanity might escape Cylon occupation, we lament the loss of Billy, and we say things about ET that you’ll never forget — even […]


Killing Billy was not cool.

Ok I’m signing in to say that killing Billy was not cool. I understand nothing is sacred in the Battlestar universeand some things get out of hand, much like life. However Billy was one of the good guys and we hate to see him go.


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