I'll give these BSG people one thing - they're squeezing this sucker dry quickly.
...I did buy the Blu ray box set Caprica on the other hand I did enjoy I think it was more for the hot girl (I forget her name)....
I suppose I'm just saying you don't need to be so sensitive. Many original BSG fans really hate neo-BSG and talk about it being a boring soap opera or whatever. I couldn't care less about that, mainly because this is just an anonymous Internet forum and it doesn't really hurt or help anybody. I could have easily used some other example, but I guess I'd then have to worry about offending fans of whatever that is. I'm not talking about race, religion, politics or anything controversial, I am talking about popular science fiction. Star Wars Ep 1-3 doesn't need your protection, its numbers speak for it. You aren't going to change my opinion nor am I going to change yours. I'm just here to have fun, not to make enemies.Then learn to do that without damning other things in the same breath.
I'd say with this one BSG has caught up with Stargate for spinoffs, as Stargate had two spinoffs and this is BSG's second one.I wouldnt say that at all just look at Star Trek and Stargate BSG hasent caught up with them on spinoffs (Yet)
Yep. Ditto. I'm done trying.LeHah needs to get laid Malcom. Just ignore him/her. Reminds me of some of the civilian contractors I've worked with before. Thin skinned. It's fiction that's being discussed here. Not something that has concrete proof behind it, like every religion recognized by the US department of taxation....
AIf the series were to co-exist in thesame universe, commander Adama would be over 600 years old then when he reached earth. I did not type an extra zero, in the original series when Adama seperates the battlestar from the fleet, colonel Ty warns him that the FTL system has not been used for decades, and the ship might break apart when using it, and in the episode where Starbuck and Apollo find a hidden communications room that receives a television broadcast of the moonlanding in the 60's, it is mentioned by Adama that the galactica is over 500 years old, and that there is noway of telling how old the original broadcast is, so they decide to leave it be, and not mention it to anyone.
In the re-imagined series, the battlestar Pegasus is more advanced, bigger, and has superior weapons, in the original series, where Cain was a man, and Apollo's girl was the Cains daughter, the ships were identical in every way.
Ahh when did the original BSG TV series even discuss their FTL drives? I know the novelizations and novels set after the old BSG did some and what they describe fits what we see in the New BSG but don't recall it ever being described in the old series.