'Battlestar Galactica' "Razor" Preview During Tonight's Eureka
'Battlestar Galactica' "Razor" Preview During Tonight's Eureka
Battlestar Galactica fans will be able to get their first look at the highly anticipated spin-off movie “Razor” during tonight's season premiere of Eureka.  “Razor” takes place months before the Battlestar Pegasus caught up with Galactica and her rag tag fleet.  Returning for “Razor” will be Michelle Forbes as Admiral Cain.   In other news, does Forbes contract with the show reveal a possible spoiler of epic proportions?  Possibly.  Read on.

SyFyPortal.com revealed that in addition to “Razor,” Forbes has been cast to appear in one more episode in the fourth and final season of Battlestar Galactica.  Beyond that bit of information, there is nothing explaining why so anything that follows is pure speculation.

On one hand, Forbes extra appearance could be a flash back sequence for any number of characters.  In this case, her additional commitment would have no big impact for the show, other than the fact that we might get one more look at Pegasus and Cain.

On the other hand, we still do not know the identity of the fifth and final Cyclon. As SyFyPortal suggests, it very well could turn out that Forbes is set to appear as another Cyclon.  Interesting proposition, if totally baseless.

SyFyPortal has been a source of more interesting Battlestar Galactica rumors today with some information that there may be a civil war brewing within the Cylons.  Word will make it out that the final five are hiding among the Colonials and the resulting fracas over whether to attack or not will lead to the extinction of three of the humanoid models.

As previously reported, part of this unrest is caused when the mechanical Cylons find out the humanoid models have been suppressing their ability for independent thought.   The toasters will remedy that by turning their individuality back on, and turning against the humanoid models.

- Jon Lachonis, BuddyTV Senior Writer
Source: SyFyPortal.com
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