avengingtitan wrote:No they had already established who the final cylons were. The only real problem is that they messed up the numbering which is where daniel came from. Now sure at the point that she found her body they hadnt said who the final cylon was but it was kinda obvious.
Why does a show have to give you ALL the answers? I liked it. The same way I liked the end of Lost, or what happened to Chuck on Supernatural.
No need to get upset dude. It was a fun ending.
You're contradicting yourself, bro.
You're defending something that doesn't make sense. And you keep talking some shit about "why do you need all the answers spelled out" when it's actually about shit simply making sense.
They've established that there are cylons who look like characters we've come to trust and presume were human. They've established that they haven't identified all the remaining models of skinjobs. All of this shit has been well-established in the show, and you know it.
And what you also
know is this: at no point until the very end, when Starbuck disappears with no explanation
, do they establish the existence of angels.
Which simply means they pulled that out of their ass, AT. I understand that you don't wish to admit this, because you don't wish to see something you loved eviscerated. But that desire is immaterial to what has been established in the show.
I mean, if they can just come completely out of the blue and say Starbuck was an angel (which was never actually stated in the series), then, they can also say Blatar was a shapeshifting Sharktopus. And that Adama was just a really tall Hobbit. And that D'Anna was really just Xena, Warrior Princess. And that when Xena got her head cut off, she just downloaded into a new body, because she was a cylon in her TV show. And that Apollo was an albino Blacula who had been raised by Space Mexicans.
People will go to great lengths to defend the shit that they love. That's just human nature, buddy. Now, if you will excuse me...
Oh sorry...you may have deduced that I was an angel because I guess angels disappear and shit. But in reality, it's just because I turned the light off and didn't smile.
No, but seriously, I'm really an angel. Which I just established at the very end of my post.