David cgc wrote:
There were some throwaway lines I thought were interesting in their implications. On a baseship, one of the Sixes remarks that she finds it sad that the centurions don't understand "what we're doing for them."
Eh? She wasn't talking about the Centurions, I didn't think. From the context, I gathered she was referring to humanity, as in the Clyons cleansing them of their sin-filled pathetic existences. (Think about where the Cylon rebels eventually ended up, with their realization that death gives meaning to life.) There's no reason for the Six to be waxing philosophical about the Centurions in the middle of the attack on the colonies.