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Battlestar Galactica: The Beginning Of The End


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Tonight the most labyrinthine sci-fi program in modern television--and one of the bleakest TV dramas ever made--returns with the debut episode of its final season. Since its 2003 debut,

--inspired by the 1978 television original, boldly re-imagined into a the perilous existence of what's left of humanity on board a precarious fleet of spaceships as they search for a new home, a fabled planet called Earth, while fleeing the Cylon androids that nuked the living hell out of their home--has become one of the more politically and philosophically stark fictions around, as concerned with the very definitions of humanity as it is with its characters' love lives and fates. And after the batshit crazy first half of its final fourth season--abbreviated thanks to last year's writers' strike--tonight's return is pretty much fanboy manna from heaven. Some

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are already in. (Don't worry, no spoilers.) The 10-part

running into this final season have concluded. And there's even a

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for this final season and some convenient

for those who have better things to do than obsessively follow a television program's various iterations. All that's left is to turn in to the Sci-Fi channel tonight at 10 p.m.

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