Speculation about how the series will end is in high gear, even though we may not see the final 10 episodes until 2009. In an interview with Sci Fi Wire last week, Edward James Olmos (Admiral Adama) said the most appropriate finale for such an innovative show is for the whole crew to die. “If it’s true to form, no one makes it,” he said. This Season 4 poster does little to dispel that notion.
And I may be reading too much into it, but this trailer certainly seems apocalyptic.
Although Katee Sackhoff (Starbuck) hasn’t expressed a desire to see the entire crew die, she does hope her own character will. How? “I don’t know. Maybe have her ship blow up again. I just don’t think there’s any way to end it with her being happy. What I do wish for her is peace, in whatever form that comes in.”
I think we all would like a peace
of for Starbuck.
Sackhoff, by the way, gave BostonNOW a nice interview that appeared Sunday. If you’re a Katee fan – and who isn’t? – check it out when you have a few minutes. Check this out right now.
See how we help you stay abreast of Katee’s every, um, nuance? And lest I be accused of slighting Number Six, here’s a snap of Sackhoff with costar Tricia Helfer. Let the fantasies begin!
Sci Fi has kindly provided a way to catch up on the series in the form of an 8-minute recap. And if you just can’t wait until Friday night for the season premier, take your headphones to work and catch the episode on scifi.com from noon – 1 p.m. EST Friday afternoon.
How do you think BSG should end? Will they finally see Earth or will they die trying? Who’s the remaining Cylon? Where was Starbuck when she was supposed to be dead? And can Renee O’Connor please make a guest appearance?