Battlestar Galactica: Episode Preview of "Faith"
Battlestar Galactica: Episode Preview of "Faith"
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
Previously on Battlestar Galactica, Starbuck faced mutiny on board the Demetrius when she expressed her intent in cooperating with the Cylon Leoben, who has boarded the ship to help her find Earth.

The quest to find Earth continues in the episode “Faith,” which airs on Friday, May 9 at 10/9c.

Warning: May contain spoilers.
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As the last remnants of humanity continue their search for a new home, the thin line that separates them from the rapidly evolving Cylons is being redrawn.  Galactica's crew, rocked by Starbuck's sudden and mysterious return from the dead, and her claims that she has been to Earth and can lead them there, attempts to make sense of the unfathomable.  Meanwhile, four members of the fleet are still reeling from the revelation that they are Cylons and have been all along.

On fifth episode of Battlestar Galactica's fourth and final season, a cancer-stricken President Laura Roslin (Mary McDonnell) and the aggressive Viper pilot Kara Thrace (Katee Sackhoff) attempt to make difficult leaps of faith in order to accept the new terms of the relationship with the Cylons.  While unlikely alliances are forced, the search for Earth takes an unexpected turn.

Meanwhile, Edward James Olmos, who plays Admiral Adama, has something to reveal about Battlestar Galactica's last chapter.

“A lot of people are dead.  I'm not going to say who, because why ruin it for people, but a lot of us die,” Olmos said.  “Not very many of us are going make it to wherever it is that they're taking us.  So we just mope along.  We open the script just like the viewer.  We're all taking the journey.  Not only is it difficult because you lose the person inside the story, but you also realize that person is no longer going to be on the set. It's over.  Unless they're a Cylon.”

Fans can catch a new episode of Battlestar Galactica every Friday on SciFi.


-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: SciFi.com, Boston.com
(Image courtesy of SciFi.com)

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