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Old March 20 2009, 07:04 PM   #46
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Re: "Daybreak, Part 2" reviews (mild spoilers)

It jumps 150,000 years in the future for a perfectly silly coda (look for Moore in a silent cameo) that I, for one, shall now repress from my memory."

If this is true then I saw that coming as the cycle never ends.
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Old March 20 2009, 07:14 PM   #47
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Re: "Daybreak, Part 2" reviews (mild spoilers)

NY Posts's TV critic gives it four stars:

I took the pledge, but here's what I can tell you: the finale explains many of the unexplainables, ties up loose ends and will thrill you with a helluva shocker of an ending. (Or beginning.)

If you're not a die-hard fan, you may have trouble following the complicated storyline, but you will be left breathless nonetheless. The special effects, the acting, the sets, the action, the questions asked and answered will prove to be among Sci Fi's (soon-to-be unfortunately renamed " Syfy") greatest moments.
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Old March 20 2009, 07:18 PM   #48
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BTW, the reviewer's remark about people "raising their hands to a 12-step meeting" is bullshit passing for observant wit. They don't do that at those meetings; nothing like it.
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Old March 20 2009, 07:32 PM   #49
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Re: "Daybreak, Part 2" reviews (mild spoilers)

Agent Richard07 wrote: View Post
Six Feet Under has the best finale I've ever seen.
Fo'sho. That and Babylon 5's "Sleeping in Light" because I had the feeling that I was saying good-bye to these characters and their lives. Of course, SiL, imnsho, is better viewed at the end of the fourth season than at the end of the fifth.

If the nuBSG finale gives me that feeling of saying good-bye, then I'll consider it a success. And I have no doubt that I am saying good-bye because of the last few episodes.
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