I’m always sad to see a good old science fiction series go, but I’m certainly glad they decided to give Battlestar Galactica a proper ending and went out on top while it remained true to form. Many shows (ER anyone?) tend to just keep on producing more episodes until they run the series into the ground and they’ve explored just about every story arc and plot twist there is to find, to the point that no one really cares what happens anymore, but they want it to end.
A recent article over on Zap2It interviewed one of the main characters from the show, who’s played by Tahmoh Penikett (points for an awesome unusual name) who didn’t give away any details about the final episodes but did talk about some other stuff. Most interestingly he did speak about the final story arc in broad terms:
I’ll tell you this — it’s not going to be predictable. I’ve heard a lot of speculation about what’s going to happen with Helo and Sharon and their family. It won’t be predictable — it’s going to surprise a lot of people, blow them away. It’s good, though, it’s good. You know what’s great too? There are some questions. Not everything is completely answered.
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