Avast! SPOILERS be here!
I haven’t been in a hurry to post about this week’s Battlestar Galactica episode, “Deadlock,” mostly because I don’t have too much to say about it. I also suspect y’all won’t have much to say either. It’s gotten so late that I barely even remember what happened!
In the show’s defense, however, it wouldn’t be fair to expect each and every episode to be as Earth-shatteringly awesome as the last few have been. It’s a quality show, but let’s face it: it can’t be perfect all the time.
Looking through the screencaps I took of the episode, it appears there were two major developments I wanted to mention — if by “developments” I actually mean “elements of return to the past,” which is basically the opposite of developments unless you are living in a world of cyclic time. Let’s not get into that.
So, as you all know, I loathe and detest Ellen Tigh with every molecule of my Vague corpus. Hate the lady. I was willing to admit, however reluctantly, that she was getting more interesting (and less cunty) in the last episode. OH MY HELL, that is no longer true.
Ellen Tigh is back to being the completely and utterly depraved ho-bag bitch she always has been. Do we blame her for the Cylon Baby’s death? DO WE?
In other news, we saw the (at least for me) long awaited and much doubted return of Imagination Six!
Hooray! While Baltar was busy being a ponce the entire episode, at least we can speculate as to whether his actions will have any unanticipated badassed consequences, as they were the fruits of Imagination Six’s manipulations. WILL THEY?
What did you think? Totally meh, or am I expecting too much these days?