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See Battlestar Galactica on the Big Screen…For Free!

The mid-season finale of Battlestar Galactica (Episode 10: “The Eye of Jupiter”) is being shown in select theaters in the U.S. (Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York City and St. Louis) before it airs on the SCI FI channel. Here’s the episode description:

EPISODE 10: THE EYE OF JUPITER

WRITTEN BY: Mark Verheiden

DIRECTED BY: Michael Rymer

Logline: The possible discovery of the Eye of Jupiter on the algae planet leads to a deadly stand-off, as the Cylons and humans risk all for a chance to find the way to Earth.

While working on the algae planet, Tyrol (Aaron Douglas) discovers the Temple of Five, reputed to be the home of the Eye of Jupiter, which will guide the ones who discover it to Earth. His report is intercepted by the Cylons, who request a meeting with Adama (Edward James Olmos) and Laura (Mary McDonnell). Their proposal: let us have the Eye and we will let you leave unharmed. Adama’s counter-proposal: make any move to take the Eye and we’ll nuke the planet.

The Cylons bring another piece of news: Sharon (Grace Park) and Helo’s (Tahmoh Penikett) baby is alive, but not well. Sharon is initially skeptical, but when Adama confirms that Laura hid the baby at her school, she and Tyrol being to make plans to rescue her.

As the standoff continues, tensions rise in both camps. On the Cylon baseship, D’Anna’s (Lucy Lawless) sense that she and Baltar (James Callis) share a destiny that might not include the others sows dissension, while on the algae planet, efforts to protect the Eye are complicated by Lee’s simmering affair with Kara (Katee Sackhoff), especially since Lee (Jamie Bamber) is counting on Anders (Michael Trucco), Kara’s husband, to rally the civilians to the cause. Then the Cylons launch a flight of raiders, bound for the algae planet, forcing Adama to show he’s not bluffing.

I’m wondering if Tim would drive to Dallas to see a 25-foot tall Boomer? Mmm…giant Boomer… 🙂

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2 Comments on See Battlestar Galactica on the Big Screen…For Free!

  1. What no showing in Vancouver where the frakkin’ series is filmed???

  2. just like to say that any website with bsg is a great frakkin website:D keep up the good work

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