So Say We All: The Battlestar Galactica Blog Carnival, Ed. 4.5.2

With only eight episodes left ever of this fabulous show, there’s not much time to waste. Though Friday’s installment didn’t have a lot of action, it advanced many elements toward their painful conculsions.

One thing I didn’t realize at the time was that Ron Moore directed the episode, his first time in the four years he’s co-run the show with David Eick.

And so we round up the action in this week’s blog carnival:

Audra was glad the show finally addressed little Nicky’s parentage and why no one was making a big deal about his half-Cylon-ness, in BSG Countdown- 2 down, 8 to go posted at True Science Fiction.

Norman Doering laments the import given to the Zarek storyline, believing there are more important things to resolve, in Battlestar Galactica: “The Disquiet That Follows My Soul” posted at A Blog from Hell. Norman says, ” Well, it seems Adm. Adama and Apollo are being ignorant and authoritarian pricks. They are not telling people everything they know.”

Ms. Smarty Pants charts the important points of “Disquiet” in This Is Not a Show for the Addle-Minded posted at Ms. Smarty Pants Know It All.

Nina recaps the episode in the only way she can – with style and … attitude, in  Battlestar Galactica Season 4.5 Epi 12: The Disquiet That Follows My Soul posted at Blog It Out Bitch. I personally agree with her assessment of how Adama is likely to react when he finds out the truth about Gaeta.

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