Ron Moore admits: “There was no… plan.”

Ron Moore admits: “There was no… plan.”

Postby RK_Striker_JK_5 » Wed Jun 14, 2017 7:18 pm

Roon Moore admits there was no plan.

Moore said this was, essentially, just something co-executive producer David Eick thought sounded cool, that audiences would love and that they could figure out later. They never did and, said Moore, “For the next 14 years of my life people have asked me ‘What was the plan?’” In short, “There was no… plan.”


I think this admission brings some closure to the series. Or doesn't.
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Re: Ron Moore admits: “There was no… plan.”

Postby Mikey » Wed Jun 14, 2017 9:30 pm

I always felt like this was the case, but it's another thing to hear it like this.
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Re: Ron Moore admits: “There was no… plan.”

Postby Graham Kennedy » Wed Jun 14, 2017 9:54 pm

It was pretty obvious during the show. And especially if you watched the TV movie they did called ironically "The Plan", in which it's revealed that most of the stuff we saw the Cylons do on Galactica was just a series of mistakes and cock-ups.

It's a real shame, because the obvious casting around for where to take the show next probably hurt it more than any other factor.
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