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Battlestar Galactica 2 – Water October 1st, 2005

Posted by alsotop in Battlestar Galactica, Shows.

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Boomer wakes up soaking wet and finds an explosive detonator in her sack. When she goes to check the Small Arms department, she finds that six G-4 detonators are missing from the supplies, and she believes she will be the primary suspect. Unable to tell anyone of what she has found, she confides in Chief Tyrol, who doesn’t really believe her. Before they can act, five explosions go off, expelling almost all of Gallactica’s water supply, which will leave them with just two days worth, so they need to act fast and find a planet with sufficient water supplies to restock. Meanwhile, back on Caprica, another Boomer cylon rescues Helo (although as seen in the last episode, a Number Six cylon let them escape) but they can’t get off Cylon-occupied Caprica because they have already found the ship she came back in on. Boomer and Helo are excited when they hear a Colonial Fleet signal, which they presume means someone else is on the planet, but they can’t decode the message. When Boomer returns after finding a suitable planet for water refilling, she lets Cheif know of the final sixth G-4 detonator, on board her ship. He later reveals to her that he returned it to the Master of Arms but they don’t suspect her of anything.

I thoroughly enjoyed this episode again, even though it wasn’t quite up to the previous episode’s standards. We get to see more of Baltar’s attempts at coping with Number Six in his mind, and he begins to worry when Adama appoints a new staff member to him to help out, since he could spy on what he is up to. By the way: I know I’m behind with my watching on this, but I still felt like I had a need to write about it.



1. Lorelle VanFossen - October 1st, 2005

I thought this was an amazing episode, until the next one, and the next one and the next right up until the season finale which had me crying and shouting at the television.

Now, I don’t watch television as a rule, but I do live from Sci Fi Friday to Sci Fi Friday and suffer during the off seasons. If it weren’t for that and living in hurricane alley (weather channel – p0rn for weather watchers 😉 ), I’d hardly ever watch TV as there isn’t anything good on.

Battlestar Galactica has brought back serious acting and major drama to television. It is awesome.

2. alsotop - October 1st, 2005

Definitely! I am really looking forward to getting around to watch the next episode later tonight. This show really is astounding in many ways from the few bits I have already seen. Fortunately, I should be able to catchup with the show before the new episodes start airing in January.

By the way, thanks for commenting on my weblog! 😉

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