David cgc wrote:
Wait, that reminds me: Is [Deanna] ever going to tell [Baltar] what he was right about? Those were her last words in the Temple of Five.
Well he did wonder if he was a Cylon.
P.S. Sorry about the late bump, but I just saw this last week and it took me this long to read through the thread.
By the way, I think we have to be careful about judging a show like this as it winds down. As you approach the last show and more clues are provided by the writers, the massive speculation is bound to hit on the right conclusion. Then when we see we were right, we get all disappointed that the last episode didn't blow us out of our socks. If the writers play fair with the audience, it's only logical that everything will come together and the ending will be less a surprise than a confirmation.
The same thing happened with Harry Potter
and will happen with Lost
. It has to in a series whose modus operandi is to lay down clues.