Battlestar Galactica‘s Season 4 Start Date Revealed!


Image courtesy of EW and kidddrunkadelic14’s Flickr page.

We’ve been given some exciting, and official, news regarding the new start date of Battlestar Galactica‘s Season 4 (there was some mix up with the press release so no link to it). Galactica will return on April 4th and will run for 10 episodes.

No word on whether the 10 episodes are a result of the previously mentioned splitting of the final season into two, or a forced split because of the writer’s strike. Still, now we can see how the above picture’s clues play out in the actual show. Stringing us out for an extra ‘season’ is rather weak, but at least we’ll get to see more Galactica. I’m hoping the show rights itself now that it is definitely ending. And I’d really like to see a bang up ending. Here’s to hoping.

9 thoughts on “Battlestar Galactica‘s Season 4 Start Date Revealed!”

  1. I do…. And look who is the Lamb?

    Dear hubby notices that it looks systemed together. The table was added, he thinks, and he doesn’t think all the subjects were actually in the room together at the same time.

  2. All I can say is I hope Ron Moore or Sci Fi or somebody offers an art print version of this in, say, a 36″ x 14″ format.

  3. A downloadable version would be nice. Something where you can enlarge it a bit and see the expressions better. Might give us some clues as to developing relationships, etc.

    Who is the Lamb? Well it makes sense, weirdly. After all, the Cylons have “God”, the Colonials have “Gods”…

    :O

  4. :O Starbuck & Anders’ tattoos are gone – does that mean that the rest of their marriage is just an act, coz if you click on the url, Sharon & Helo are staring at them.

  5. of course everybody who was around the blocj a couple of times will smile at tha analogy.

    True aficinados forever….

  6. Hi all,

    of course everybody who was around the block a couple of times will smile at that analogy.

    True aficinados forever….

  7. It’s such a dork thing to use words like genesis out of place. It’s called the last supper homies. And yes, I’m sure anyone in an industrialized nation realizes this is a last supper. reference. And a cylon is Jesus, and yeah that dude had it right up there, their religion is like Christianity, while the colonist follow Helenistic faiths.

     

    Okay, so obviously I am a dork too.

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