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IMO it's the Chief who's a Cylon. Him or Starbuck.
I hate cars in the early morning. I get up every morning at 5 to go for a two mile walk and I swear that there's stalkers/killers/weirdos in every car.
Wow, no comments about last night's game?
My eyes! Your shirt is burning my eyes!
Here we are:
Sounds like a good wave. Anyone want to provide pics of Miyoon and Elis? I have no idea who they are.
I missed the first season and Boxy wasn't in the recap bring you up to speed episode (that I noticed) - what was the deal with Boxy?
I was wondering about Boxy as well. It's a great question to ask the writers at some type of Q&A. I have a feeling that there was a lot of negative cyberchat and the producers responded in kind. But, I will admit that I wasn't too disgusted with the idea of the character and would have liked to see how it panned out.
But how did the Cylons find the algae planet, random luck?
That really wasn't answered in the episode. I think someone (Gaeta) was mentioning "fate" being that the Colonials and Cylons met at one of the sacred places with the system's star about to go nova on them. But I would hope there would be a more fitting answer than coincidence... the galaxy is quite large for that though I've had certain instances of meeting someone I knew thousands of miles from where both of us live. Anyway, I degress.
A plausible answer to the Cylons arriving for the algae planet would be the same reason as the Colonials. Food. Baltar needs something to eat.
Another thing that I can see is more planet-stops along the way. Not just for food and water, but to find more clues for the path to Earth. They got the Arrow at Kobol, now the Eye at the Algae planet...
In the episode 2 weeks ago, the "pilot" of the Cylon basestar (I forget what they call them) tells Baltar where to go in that wierd code language. He basically figures out that its a planet inside a star cluster...and we all remember that's exactly where the humans were going (per Sharon's suggestion, coincidence?).