Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Frak Yeah! BSG Is Back!

Posted By on Wed, Apr 2, 2008 at 11:48 AM

A ragtag fleet on the run in outer space! Doomed romance and political intrigue! Fraked-up humans and hot, sexy robots that play with our heads! What more do you really want in a TV show?

Battlestar Galactica starts its fourth and final season on the Sci-Fi Network this Friday, April 4. If you haven't been watching BSG, you should probably just start from the beginning with the DVDs, but the folks at the SciFi Network have been nice enough to put together a recap of the first three seasons in eight minutes. Warning, Will Robinson: It's missing a lot of great moments, particularly between Baltar and ChipSix.


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