So Say We All: The Battlestar Galactica Blog Carnival, vol. 6
Welcome to this week’s So Say We All: The Battlestar Galactica Blog Carnival, for episode six, “Faith.”
Lots of good entries this week, thanks to all contributors. As usual, it’s all in the order I received it.<div style=”float: right;”>
</div> I’d planned to have a whole intro musing on Kara Thrace and her non-Cylonicity, but it was so long that I made it a separate post.
So here’s your bloggy goodness, and enjoy:
David Bird time warps us with his commentary on The Road Less Traveled, in Galactica Log: The Road Less Traveled posted at David Bird, giving us my favorite description, ever, of Gaius Baltar: “the swinging bachelor messiah.”
James Newberry is in love with President Roslin and discusses how this season of BSG has dealt with our reactions toward death in Bald is Beautiful posted at NewbSpeak. (By the way, James, I am SO with you on Anders. He shoulda just jammed his hand right into that interface.)
Norman Doering ponders what drugs Katee Sackhoff could be taking to inform her performance as someone pushed so far over the edge (just read it; he explains it better) and whether Roslin had the dream about the river because she knew Emily was dying or if she was really on the river, in Faith in the Heart of Darkness, posted at A Blog from Hell.
Len Neighbors explains why the crew of the Demetrius doesn’t believe in Starbuck — they don’t know she’s a main character, as we do — in Battlestar Galactica Commentary: 4.6, “Faith,” posted at Athens Exchange.