LOLl Loving the Jimmy Hendrix Ending, and pretty much everything prior to it!
This was a very satisfying conclusion. I believe they managed to tie up pretty much everything.
I also loved Ron's cameo at the very end with the angels of Baltar and Six.
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Another theory on the expansion of the universe collapses!
That was an amazing episode!!!
What a great series, its a shame its over.
What an ending. I definitely did not see that coming.
I loved the ending with Gias and Caprica in front of the robotics
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Xavier Cortez in GWRP
BALINSKY: Yes these markings, this stone and architecture ... oh Dr. Jackson is going to die when he sees this.
DIXON: What, again?
Omg that was so amazing.
They managed to go from the most epic battle of the entire series to the end of their journey in 2 hours, and did it beautifully.
What a sad ending with Adama and Roslin, that was nice though with the cabin.
And what was the part with the Starbuck disappearing? What was she? I still didn't get that.
That was so sad. Starbuck going bye bye and Laura dying next to Adama. I am actually in tears
Spins and turns, angles and curves, the shape of dreams half remembered. Slip the surly bonds of Earth and touch the face of perfection. A perfect face, a perfect lace, find a perfect world for the end of Kara Thrace.
End of line.
What is starbuck?
She's an angel of god, they say it pretty clearly...
Starbuck was a construct of the Head Guys. Simple as that.
Did anyone notice that they showed the animatronic from Japan that looks almost human at the end? I cried out "Skinjob! OMYFrakkingGods! that's a Skinjob!"
Things we'd like to see in our favorite scifi...
Did anyone else absolutely love the part where the Centurions all start kicking the crap out of each other? That was so awesome.
I wonder where they would go with their base ship.
ron moore's cameo!!!!!
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Starbuck = Head!Starbuck...for everyone.
Was she always, or only post-"resurrection"?
Before it comes up, Adama's "One million light years" = hyperbole.
Interesting ending. I like where it went, for the most part. I think my favourite part was in Part II, tying the Opera House to Galactica.
Sorry I didn't save any wine for anyone. *hic*
"I disagree with what you say and I will deny, to your death, your right to say it." -Bucky Katt
My god, that was the best ending possible....
but wait wait wait... all the other survivors and their ancestors died? Only Hera's ancestor's survived?
one of hte best series finales i've seen
the opera house 'remake' so to speak was chilling.
gotta admit, i did call some things. boomer dying, anders dying, helo killing tori...but it was good. very good.
RDM.... you slick *******.... Well done and thank you.
"Thats O'Neill with TWO L's!"
*Jack holds up three fingers*
Anubis' Jaffa: "No matter what you've previously endured. You have no idea what Anubis is capable of."
Jack: "You ended that sentence with a preposition..... Bastard!"
i'm sure some died of disease or accidents. but hera's skeleton was the oldeset one they found. the others merged with the neanderthals and became the current human race.
they were responsible for the tech advancements that the neaderthals inexplicably made...like wheels and stuff like that
Duct tape is like the Force. It has a light side and a dark side and it holds the universe together
so we're descended from the 12 colonies
It wasn't quite as satisfying as I had hoped, but they did do a good job nonetheless. It is sad that it's over... presumably there could be something interesting about the fate of the centurions.
Yeah, the RDM cameo was pretty neat. He was reading National Geographic.
Did anyone else notice that Simon Cylon was there at Adama's polygraph test when he was asked "are you a cylon?"