Transcript taken by Ryan Bechtel
This show was recorded in 2006 and we reviewed the Barberella remake, Galactica episodes, Nine Inch Nails sci fi music and a little about the Geiko Cavemen. Also the Aeon Flux DVD has been remastered.
This show reviewed and chatted about: Battlestar Galactica and Heroes. Also, Lost and Torchwood tv shows were discussed, oh and Girl Genius, the graphic Novel was reviewed by The Frey.
This episode of SadCAST was recorded in October (Friday 13th) 2006. The show notes were unfortunately lost. The presenters were: SadGeezer, Mike, Lexxrobotech and Headgehog. We discussed cool and not so cool shows.
In this weeks show, Battlestar Galactica webisodes, Lost secrets revealed, Dragon Con report and Heroes. Also discussed was Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Those that took part were SadGeezer, Mike and Newkate and joining via Skype was Hollydays. We discussed SG1, the stupendous American Astronaut and the Transformers movie.
The show was recorded on Friday 18th August 2006 with SadGeezer, Faldor & Headgehog. We reviewed news about Battlestar Galactica, Dr Who and I am Legend.
This is a transcript of the Battlestar Galactica Episode, “The Captains hand”. The transcript was taken by Ryan Bechtell
This is a transcript of the Battlestar Galactica episode, The Eye of Jupiter. The transcript was taken by Ryan Bechtell
Flight was full of continuity errors that made it difficult to suspend disbelief. Conversely, this episode featured many interesting storylines, including two that rival each other for the “A story” Which makes writing this review a real bitch!
In the original series, the Battlestar Pegasus finds the RTF and is commanded by a famous and very manly Commander Cain. He’s a bit of a hothead and wants the Galactica to join him on a daring, read: suicidal, attack on a cylon base.
I rate Fragged a decent score out of 10 for this episode (with lost of points taken off for crappy spoiler adverts).
Are there really 8 biocylons in the fleet?Could be, I doubt it though. The next number Baltar would have counted down to would have been eight. Boomer knew that any non zero number would have satisfied Baltar.
For the first time in the series the Caprica Arc has taken center stage in an episode. Whilst some action did take place back on the Galactica and the RTF, most of what we saw in this episode occurred in the same room on Caprica.
Home parts 1 and 2 were David Eick’s first attempt at writing an episode of Battlestar Galactica. And with luck, it may be his last. At first it was a single episode that went about 30 long. So he and Moore got permission from Sci Fi to make a two part episode.
For this sadgeezer, the highlight of the episode came when the whole debate of #6: chip or hallucination came to a close.
Things are finally back to normal on Battlestar Galactica. With no imminent plot lines needing to be resolved, it’s time to roll out the filler and concept episodes. Final Cut is just that. Final Cut has no real plot…
Battlestar Galactica episode, A Day in the Life transcript was taken by Ryan Bechtell.
Dirty Hands episode transcript of Battlestar Galactica was taken by Ryan Bechtell.
Battlestar Galactica, Maelstrom episode transcript taken by Ryan Bechtell
The Son Also Rises transcript was taken by Ryan Bechtell
This episode featured many interesting story-lines, including two that rival each other for the “A story” Which makes writing this review a real bitch! Depending on the time of day this episode was either great or fair.
When I first read that the Galactica was going to be boarded by Cylon Centurions, I had a very un-sadgeezerly thought. How the hell are they going to pay for all that CGI?
“Kobol’s Last Gleaming; Part II”
Well if the theme for Part I was “betrayal”, then the corollary of “heroism” holds for Part II.
Review by Frank Reddick
Concerning the Battle of the Cylon Tylium Refinery in The Hand of God: For example; comments by Colonel Tigh lead me to believe that the Cylons are at the limits of fuel range.
The second season starts off moments after we last left it. Expectations were high as well as the excitement. Okay, so maybe I wasn’t as excited as others, some “arsey” fan left a sour taste in my mouth, but that’s neither here nor there. Here it is the short awaited but much anticipated Scattered….
Sagittaron is the bitch of the Twelve Colonies of Man. For centuries the inhabitants of Sagittaron were treated like serfs, and forced to down the dirtiest and dangerous work for the other colonies.