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My favorite Faux Space Family begins its trek across wherever. Let's talk about:

- 33
- Water
- Bastille Day

Jacob never recapped this season, so there's a dearth of pith and wisdom out there and I feel like we can fix that. (Plus, "dearth of pith"? That was fun to say.)



Nov. 18th, 2006 09:00 pm (UTC)
I have always assumed that it took exactly 33 minutes for the Cylons to find and jump to the location of their beacon or communicator or whatever it was on the Olympic Carrier. It's just the fastest they could ever get there. As Cylons, it's not like it took 33 or 42 or 37 minutes, always 33.
Right. If it took them 22 minutes to do that, they would attack every 22 minutes. I didn't mean to suggest that it was arbitrary. :-)

Yes, that’s how I like my incestuous tension, my friends.
Well as you said, they're not REALLY brother and sister.
:-) There's a moment in "You Can't Go Home Again" (you know the one, but I'll hush). The previews for the next Season 3 episode, where Lee and Kara are boxing, but it's clearly not just "letting off steam" as Bill would hope? It seems easy to perceive more than one kind of tension between them, when there is tension. :-)

(And now I've messed up the sequence ... but I was fixing something else. I hadn't realized my Kate/Kara mistake.)

In future episodes, it will be easier to "perceive" the tension. This is no CJ and Toby. :)
I see. :-)

When Saul is savoring the thought of extended shut-eye ... I just KNEW that there was a little too much man-love happening in that moment for Saul to actually get his sleep. There's a near-permanent feeling of doom.

I imagine Saul's devotion to Bill, as seen at this point -- "The old man's so tired he forgot it's his turn." -- makes the schism harder to watch. (Hey, another Jed and Leo, where the Leo has a drinking problem!) :-)