It’s the last Battlestar Galactica of 2006. If only 2006 could go on forever after this episode.
The humans are harvesting algae from the Algae Planet for food. Hey, watching paint dry is fun too!
Starbuck has a weird sort of logic. She won’t get a space divorce because space marriage is a space sacrament. But space cheating is space okay.
Some stout fellow has decided to go for a little hike for some reason. He’s looking for something. More food to increase his stoutness, perhaps. I thought they were low on food. Why the belly?
He found a temple with some sort of obelisk looking thing in the middle. Obelisks are nothing but trouble. Never buy a house with one in it.
There is no pyramid on top. It’s not an obelisk. Just a pillar. Pillars in the home are okay. Especially if they point the way to Earth, like this one is supposed to. Or is it a Cylon trap? That’s what the commercials kept saying.
The Cylons want a meeting with the humans. Looks like Dean Stockwell is along for the ride. He’s just happy to be working. The Cylons want this pillar, which is called the Eye of Jupiter which is a relic of 13th tribe. You know, whatever that means.
Robots on Algae Planet. Civilians to defend the Eye. Cliffhanger to be left until next episode. Standard.
Starbuck’s ship got hit. She’s crying as she’s going down in flames. What a baby.
I feel like I should be studying history or something right now. You know, so I don’t totally waste an hour of my life.
Oh no, they’re going to nuke the Eye of Jupiter? My concern is fake. To be continued.