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Virtuality: The Next Best Show You May Not See

If you happened to miss Virtuality‘s premiere on FOX, it wouldn’t surprise me. If not for the GWC hivemind, I would have. In my opinion, it wasn’t promoted very well. Far be it for me to question the marketing decisions of a highly successful network — but they dropped the ball. Created by Ronald D. […]


GWC GWC Podcast #145 (Live!)

This podcast was recorded live January 16, 2009 just following the BSG season 4.5 premiere. We’re joined by numerous guests including Kandyse McClure, Luciana Carro, BSG writer/producer Bradley Thompson, and show creator Ron Moore. Long-time GWCers BKitty and Lady D report live from the cast/crew premiere frak party in L.A. Highlights? They’re just too numerous […]


Ron Moore Visits Trek XI Set, Likes What He Sees

Before BSG there was Trek, and with Ron Moore, Trek was good. Now is reporting that the Galactica co-creator “wrangled a set visit” to the new Trek flick, and his (very censored) response is… quite positive. Besides mentioning how much he enjoyed walking around a set with a Federation ship again, he also voiced […]


“Caprica” Pilot a Go for SciFi

According to Reuters, Tuesday the SciFi network told advertisers that they’ve approved a two-hour pilot of the BSG prequel series Caprica. While RDM and David Eick’s Caprica hasbeen in the works for two years and production will begin “this spring,” no one’s guessing yet at an airdate. I suspect it won’t be “immediate.” Either way, […]


No BSG Until April?

If you haven’t read this LA Times Blog shocker yet, take a look. Just as we suspected, “2008” doesn’t necessarily mean January. Apparently it means “April.” From the Times Blog: “Ronald D. Moore, the executive producer who runs “Battlestar Galactica,” is gearing up for the long goodbye by taking on a new task. He will […]


United Colors of BSG

As you may know, I moonlight as a teacher when I’m not bustin’ Cylon(z), and one area of teaching I enjoy immensely is African American/Black studies. It’s a delicate and wonderful thing to have civil conversations among diverse groups of people about the things that make us different – and to what extent they play […]


Jeopardy, Colors, And Why RDM’s Fanboy Sopranos Post Might Not Be So Bad

Like a lot of you, I’ve been spending a lot of time thinking about whatRon Moore’srecent blog post (“The Sopranos Ends Perfectly”) might mean in terms of BSG’s season four wrapup. Unlinke most of you, I’ve never seen a single episode of the Sopranos — I know, shame on me — so I’ve eseentially been […]


A Writer’s Responsibility?

In the comments for Podcast #32, Armando asked a question that I think can support its own thread: “…what responsibility, if any, does an artist have to his audience? Do Ron Moore, David Eick and the rest of the creative team at BSG really need to worry about alienating audience members through their story choices? […]


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