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From the Entropy blog.

Katee Sackhoff as Lt. Kara 'Starbuck' Thrace

This isn’t spoilery, trust me.

I was actually thinking of writing a truly spoilery review of Battlestar Galactica 4×11 (“Sometimes A Great Notion”) here. I still am. In the meantime, I just wanted to say a few things.

To say that 4×11 was gut-wrenching is to say that the universe is kinda big. Holy frack. It was exciting and depressing, and at the moment Starbuck discovers something about herself, I cried myself silly.

So, yeah, the first episode of this second half of the final season did not disappoint. And like most fans, I am torn whether to watch each succeeding episode as soon as it comes out, or waiting for them all to air and watching them in one sitting. Bah. Will watch each one as soon as it comes out, I’m a big girl, I can take the suspense.

Share the BSG love: Variety online pays tribute to the show.

Political blogger Steve Benen: ‘By most measures, “Battlestar Galactica” is the most overtly political program since “The West Wing.”‘

Defense analyst John Arquilla: ‘All one needs to know about strategy and conflict can be gleaned from “Battlestar Galactica.”‘

The real-life Starbuck 1st Lt. Miranda Brasko: ‘My favorite episode is “Scar” because it embodies the true essence of the warrior spirit.’

So, what do you think ?