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[Spoilers - All] Just finished watching Battlestar Galactica for the first time

Boy do I regret not watching this sooner. As surely many others have done, I saw the cheesy name and immediately dismissed BSG as ye typical campy sci-fi show. Then the Expanse came along, I loved all of it, just as I came to love the original books, and saw the community praising BSG's name.
So I gave it a try, and couldn't get into it. This was about a year or two ago, and again I dismissed the show, but this time because I had no idea what was happening.
Then a month or so ago, a friend recommended the show to me, and I figured what the hell, it's pandemic times and I might as well do something with the free time that I have, so I gave the show another try, made sure to also watch the mini-series, and man oh man, I loved (almost) every second of it.
The political drama, the characterization of even minor characters and the moral dilemmas people are forced to face during times of crisis. Do the ends justify the means, is there a point to surviving if you give up everything that you value, that makes you you?
Do you deserve to?
This show did not shy away from showing that even the greatest leaders, brilliant minds, and "heroes" are human, flaws and all. Whether it's Lee and Gaeta's almost naive idealism, Baltar's initial arrogance and ability to do anything to stay alive and well, or Roslin's willingness to make underhanded moves politically in the interest of Humanity's survival, BSG gave us fully-fledged human beings that, though brilliant, were flawed like everyone else.
The characters made mistakes not often seen on television, actions that upon an initial glance might cause the viewer to lash out and complain was poor, illogical writing rather than the faults of a human person thrust into a situation that we cannot even begin to imagine. That is the privilege that we, the viewer, hold, because we're given the greater picture, and we don't have to deal with the things that they do, and perhaps if we did, we'd act the same.
Not to say that the show wasn't free of problems or possibly questionable writing, I definitely have a few problems with it myself, but by large, I was pleased with what I got, even the controversial ending that I'd seen people mention in reddit threads throughout the years.
I don't think I've ever seen such a divisive cast of characters that I've simultaneously switched between loving and screaming at. Brilliant characters, but sometimes aggravating people, and that's what I love about them. Saul was a cantankerous drunkard, much to the dismay of the Galactica's crew, but loyal to a fault, and when push came to shove, you knew that you could rely on him to do whatever it took to get the Colonial Fleet through the day.
On the other hand, there's characters that I consistently liked or disliked. President Gaius Baltar MhD, Bill Adama, Helo, loved 'em, but then there were characters like Ellen, Kat, and Gaeta that were... less than brilliant, though in the case of Gaeta, I can't blame him for his role in the mutiny or not seeing the larger picture, and in the end, I still thought him a great character.
As far as the overall story goes, I was happy with most of it. I loved the Pegasus storyline, showing us what the Fleet could've been, and her viewpoint wasn't wrong from a certain perspective, even if I (like most of you, I hope) disagreed with the execution of it.
The discovery of Earth surprised me, in particular when Starbuck's charred corpse was found, and it definitely set a grim tone for the remaining episodes of the series.
I absolutely loved the revelation of the Final Five, and rewatched that scene several times (prior to the show, I was introduced to the Song, so when I heard it, I got shivers), loving every bit of it, music and all. As for the Final Five plot, it was kinda eh. I liked the idea of Five Cylons coming from OG earth, but felt it was a bit random, and I wasn't a big fan of Tory's character (definitely one of the less memorable characters on the show, imho), just as I was kinda eh on Ellen being revealed as one of the Five. Having looked up some articles, it seems that the choices were essentially for the "cool" factor, as the plot of the show was apparently written as they went along.
Similarly, I was somewhat displeased with Starbuck just vanishing without explanation in the epilogue. I understand that religion has been part of the show since the mini-series, but I still feel that there's a stark difference between ambiguous, interpretive events like Gaius being saved & prophecies (that could've been simple recorded texts that only became sacred generations later), or visions being possibly prophetic or hallucinogenic (possibly tapping into one's subconscious for information on solutions)... versus a brand-new Viper & Starbucks-sponsored angel showing up in corporeal form out of nowhere. I guess that my issue ultimately is that it felt tonally inconsistent compared to how religious elements were presented earlier in the show, but maybe I'm wrong about that, and the supernatural elements only truly became apparent once I'd finished the show.
In regards to the ending, I was happy that most of the characters got a good send-off. Chief Tyrol finding out the truth of Cally and killing Tory was really rewarding, and the final battle gave me genuine shivers, especially when the Galactica rammed into the Colony, and later when not!Starbuck jumped to Earth 2.0.
I knew that if the show took place in the past, they'd have to explain why modern society wasn't more technologically advanced today, but Lee's suggestion of abandoning it all didn't sit right with me. I definitely think that some luddite-minded people would've agreed with him after dealing with the cylons for so long, but I was highly surprised that the majority went along with it rather than pointing out that yeeting the fleet into the sun rather than dismantling it for spare parts or, I don't know, keeping some technology for survival was a less than brilliant idea. I feel bad for all the people having to learn basic survival skills after being raised in a largely technologically advanced civilization, not to mention the lack ability to produce possibly vital medicine in this alien environment with new animals and surely diseases, or certain creature comforts that while not as vital, definitely is something people don't easily part with.
Oh well, I hope that the early humans were accommodating towards their evolutionary convergent cousins rather than seeing these strange-looking things as territorial enemies and extra mouths to feed.
Hera being the mitochondrial eve was really cool, though the revelation that she died as a young woman was less sad, but at least we got to see her and her family happy, unlike a certain Gaius Baltar realizing that despite his best efforts at a prestigious life as a cultured Caprican, he'd end up just like his Aerilonian farming father.
Laura Roslin's send-off was tragically beautiful. I was surprised that she not only got to see Earth 2.0, but also walk on it for a short time. I bawled during her passing, but at least she got to see Humanity's new home (that is, until most of the Colonials' inevitable death from dysentery, leaving Hera the ancestor. Turns out, the real friends were the hybrid immune systems we made along the way) and the life spreading there. Thank you, madam president.
Tyrol leaving for Scotland wasn't too surprising, though I lament him not settling in near the modern Tyrol mountains. You know my thoughts on Starbuck, but aside from possibly dooming Colonial Humanity to a slow and painful death, the idea of Lee traveling the world was cool. Who knows, maybe modern Thrace and Tyrol were named by him during his adventures. Kinda sucks that Bill decided to live out the rest of his days alone, though, I hope that his final days were peaceful, because isolation from other people suuuucks.
Here's a few stray thoughts that I don't have much to speak about or otherwise don't have time for because I need to cook me some dinner:
  • Definitely thought Kara would be revealed to either be one of the Final Five, a secret sixth that somehow survived without the Five's knowing, the daughter of Daniel, or a final copy of model 7 wherein the genetic code was corrupted, with all other copies being damaged beyond repair, but Daniel...somehow becoming Kara Thrace?
  • I also thought that Gaius would become the inspiration behind Jesus on Earth 2.0, what with his glorious beard and almost being chosen to die for Humanity's sins during his trial, as Lee put it. Oh well.
  • In a similar vein, I totally expected Hera's name to be Eve, and that the first hybrid boy, whomever that might be, to be named Adam, after Bill Adama.
  • The Adama maneuver, 'nuff said.
  • That 6 working at the water purification plant on Caprica deserved better. I teared up during that scene. Props to Tricia Heffer for bringing so much life and variation to the various model 6s.
  • Instead of randomly giving up technology, maybe they could've built a new civilization, only for it to be destroyed by the Toba Catastrophe which is speculated to have caused a population bottleneck. Although in that case, I would've shifted the timeline so that they arrived a few hundred/thousand years before the catastrophe, rather than 75,000 years ahead.
  • It's kinda depressing that despite the marvels of the 12 Colonies, curing late-stage cancer still wasn't feasible. Sadder still that it reminded me of TotalBiscuit, whose playthrough of the tabletop game of BSG I watched a few years ago, who sadly passed away from cancer in 2018.
  • Without a doubt, I enjoyed Gaius' scenes the most. A highlight is the one where he's conversing with Tyrol about his book, and adopts the Aerilon accent so fluidly.
  • I was really happy to see that Lee turned out to be more than a generic ace pilot Gary Sue. Loved him.
  • Bless Doctor Cottle, that is all.
  • For the longest time, I couldn't figure out why there was one extra cylon on my sheet of confirmed/suspected cylons when model 7 was revealed, then it struck me that there were 13 models originally, which was something I half-expected with the 13 tribes.
  • The big circular ship was really cool. I wonder if it's an older model, with spin gravity?
  • Scar was a meh episode.
  • Billy deserved better.
  • That scene in season 1 when Gaius Baltar was getting a handie from imaginary/messenger 6 and Gaeta just casually walked in on him. Priceless.
  • Kinda surprised that as many people survived in the end as they did. I definitely thought that only 1000-10,000 people would survive. Good on humanity, may you learn how to survive across ice-age earth and africa before animals, locals, and disease claim your lives.
  • That scene when D'Anna said Roslin was a cylon, holy heck. I am both relieved and disappointed she was joking, but oh man, bless the writers for that.
  • With the revelation of the Five, I would've expected to see more varied cylons rather than copies of everything given that the Final Five descended from a civilization where no one looked the same due to frakking. If they wanted to give Cylons an idea of what being more "human" was like, making them all look the same would be counter-productive, though maybe they intended on doing that when John Cavil betrayed them and commissioned clones of existing models rather than investing in new models (which would've been of strategic use for infiltration) due to perceiving Humanity as absolute trash.
  • Kara Remembers and Bear's rendition of All along the Watchtower are stuck in my head, send help.
That's about it, really. I loved the show, hurdles and all, and I hope to rewatch it one of these days. Thanks for reading my lengthy post, apologies if it's a garbled mess, as I'm feeling a bit scatter-brained at the moment.
Definitely in my top 10 list.
Have a good one, folks!
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