So, you’ve been lucky enough to find a significant other, someone who finds your unique blend of personality, looks, and geeky interests appealing. Congrats, I was rooting for you. I’m sure you two will be very happy together — What’s that? Your new partner isn’t really a nerd?
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While we don’t yet know if we’ll get a second season of “Caprica” yet, we can tell you that SyFy isn’t ready to let the “Battlestar Galactica” universe rest.
It’s been a while since we heard much about SyFy’s plans to develop more “Battlestar Galactica.” While the cable outlet does have “Caprica,” there were reports that the network was looking into more visits to the universe in the near future.
One of those first looks will be a web-based series that follows William “Husker” Adama during the Cylon War. The Chicago Tribune reports that the series will be 10 on-line episodes, running about 9 minutes each.
One of the lingering questions from the series finale of “Battlestar Galactica” is just what the frak happened to Starbuck.
This weekend, producer and writer Ronald Moore finally offered confirmation of what exactly happened.
“There are those who believe that life here began out there, far across the universe, with tribes of humans who may have been the forefathers of the Egyptians, or the Toltecs, or the Mayans. They may have been the architects of the great pyramids, or the lost civilizations of Lemuria or Atlantis. Some believe that there may yet be brothers of man who even now fight to survive far, far away, amongst the stars.”
Sometime during the summer between my second and third grade years, I managed to convince my mother to take me (an only child growing up on a farm) and my best friend to see the new movie that everyone was talking about. My eyes were blown open to the wonders of scifi through the spectacle that was the original Star Wars.
If you loved Ron Moore’s version of “Battlestar Galactica,” you may want to take a moment to thank “Star Trek” for it.