Mikey wrote:OK, it was campy, but it was a function of the times. Sci-fi back then couldn't do without chrome and gold robot enemies, any more than sci-fi today couldn't do without a film-noir feel and the idea of hugely flawed a/o morally challenged characters and scenarios - witness the transformation of ethos from TNG to DS9, ol' skool BSG to nBSG...
First, I'll miss the Galactica as she was a tough ass ship.
Second, the civis have done nothing but cause trouble and I so hate them.
Third, I'd support Adama in a heartbeat if he just ditched the civis and left with the baseship and those loyal to him.
There might be a small problem of fuel and food.
Aye, a pretty accurate representation of humanity then, eh?
Deepcrush wrote:Not really, she wanted to keep on fighting. Without babying the s******d civis the Galactica could have taken those loyal to Adama and just jumped away to found a new colony somewhere else.
I mean in abandoning her little fleet. If she had done that and just jumped to found a colony, things might have been OK. I stopped watching the series mid-way through season 3 but everything I've been hearing indicates that the fleets civvies are just useless, whiny shitheels.
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