Battlestar Galactica’s New Cylons

April 4, 2008 at 12:18 pm Leave a comment

An article posted on gives a brief update on what happened in Season 3’s finale (and what a finale it was!). The quote from Aaron Dougles (Tyrol) gives fans something to think about: if the newly revealed Cylons don’t have copies of themselves, what does that mean? A Resurrection Ship can’t help them, so if they’re outed and killed, then that’s it. Or maybe they were outcasts from the Cylon population? Maybe they, like Caprica 6 and Boomer, have sided with the humans, and they just don’t remember being Cylons in the first place?

The new seasons begins tonight at 10 on Sci-fi.

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Prepare for the big Cylon freakout. In last spring’s season finale of Sci Fi’s Battlestar Galactica, four of the human colonists came to the rocking, shocking realization that they’re members of the cybernetic Cylon race. In other words, they are their own worst enemies! So when BSG returns for its fourth and final season, viewers will find this quartet of undercover “Toasters” — Col. Saul Tigh (Michael Hogan), “Chief” Tyrol (Aaron Douglas), Ensign Sam Anders (Michael Trucco) and presidential aide Tory Foster (Rekha Sharma) — struggling to make sense of their new identities while staying deep in the closet.
Adds Douglas: “So far, in scripts, there are no multiple copies of us, unlike with the other Cylons, so maybe we’re one-offs. Does that mean we can die?”
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