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  • The Chief's plotline in "Lay Down Your Burdens I" was obviously written in order to fill up space (which, at the very least, gives me hope that "Lay Down Your Burdens II" will be a packed and exciting episode, in much the same way that "Resurrection Ship I" was), and while we could have a long discussion here about the Galactica writers' problems with pacing, plotting, and just in general making effective and intelligent time-management choices (which would once again bring us to the issue of using the previouslys as a dumping ground for not one but two unseen scenes, including a tearful confrontation between Starbuck and a dying Roslin in "Epiphanies"--how the hell did that end up on the cutting room floor?)

    You, Sir, Are No Stanley Keyworth and Other "Lay Down Your Burdens I" Thoughts

  • The Chief's plotline in "Lay Down Your Burdens I" was obviously written in order to fill up space (which, at the very least, gives me hope that "Lay Down Your Burdens II" will be a packed and exciting episode, in much the same way that "Resurrection Ship I" was), and while we could have a long discussion here about the Galactica writers' problems with pacing, plotting, and just in general making effective and intelligent time-management choices (which would once again bring us to the issue of using the previouslys as a dumping ground for not one but two unseen scenes, including a tearful confrontation between Starbuck and a dying Roslin in "Epiphanies"--how the hell did that end up on the cutting room floor?)

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • Has anyone else ever had what I can only describe as Epiphanies or Revelations (though neither of those two words seem to fit properly).

    Wrong Planet Asperger / Autism Forums

  • This reached its height in "Epiphanies" when he heroically decided to save Roslin, rather than grab for power.

    Digital Bits review of BSG: THE COMPLETE SERIES

  • Mary McDonnell saying of the episode "Epiphanies" in which fetal stem cells from Hera save Roslin's life: "part of the reason for writing it was to address the resistance to stem cell research in this country."

    Cyborgs on the Horizon: A Reportback from the 92nd Street Y

  • Mary McDonnell saying of the episode "Epiphanies" in which fetal stem cells from Hera save Roslin's life: "part of the reason for writing it was to address the resistance to stem cell research in this country."

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • I'm going to start this discussion of the second season--here defined as "Epiphanies" through "Lay Down Your Burdens II"--with an uncharacteristic and, especially given the tone I've taken towards the show in almost everything I've written about it recently, surprising act: I'm going to say something good about it.

    The Excitement Wears Off: Scattered Thoughts at the End of Battlestar Galactica's Second Season

  • We can guess at possible motivations--grief over her suffering on the Pegasus, a residual loyalty to the Cylon agenda that prompted her to let her people know where the humans had settled--but we have no conclusive, or even suggestive, evidence either way, especially considering that before "Lay Down Your Burdens II", we hadn't seen Gina since "Epiphanies".

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • The Peace Now activists in "Epiphanies" are deluded and violent they also disappear after their appearance in this episode, suggesting that their sole function was to act as a not-too-convincing excuse for Baltar to give Gina the nuke.

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • The pro-Cylon activists in "Epiphanies" are painted as deluded fools and terrorists, whose arguments are incoherent and under-explored.

    Archive 2006-02-01

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