Daybreak

I finished the last episode of Battlestar Galactica today. Yes, I know watching BSG makes me an epic nerd, but I care not. It’s amazing. And terrifying.  I could have been done ages ago, but I kept putting off watching the last few episodes because I couldn’t handle it ending. Even though it actually ended a couple of years ago.

There are so many philosophical, spiritual, and ethical questions that BSG raises. It’s a fascinating show, a political drama of sorts that happens to be in space. It’s bleak, it’s fascinating, it’s crazy, it’s thought-provoking.

Yet, all I can think about is how I don’t think I’ll ever be able to forgive the hair people on Season 4 for the travesty that was done to Jamie Bamber’s/Lee Adama’s hair.

 

Author: lakesidegirl

I work in the Children's Department of a Regional Library in the Midwest. I am a Bilingual Children's Library Associate. I lived in Mexico to learn Spanish in 2013/2014. I was an assistant teacher of preschoolers with special needs. I care about a lot of things. I am often called too confident. I love. I learn. I teach. I read. I write. I knit. I travel.

5 thoughts on “Daybreak”

  1. Amen, sister. On all points. I love that show. I have currently amassed seasons 1 through 3. Seasons 4.0 and 4.5 are still fairly expensive. Oh well.

    I love the deep dark grittiness of it, the relative realism of the issues addressed, and the submarine-type warfare of the Battlestar. So. Cool.

  2. hahahaha!
    That’s awesome!
    The two of you who have commented are the only two people I know of IRL that have seen BSG. IT’S A LONELY WORLD

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