Battlestar Galactica Interview: Jane Espenson on Episode #9, ‘The Hub’

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4 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    The fact they cut that kiss is pathetic. It's ageist … dear god you can't have Adama/Roslin kiss! The ONLY mature relationship on the show! But you can have Tory/Baltar graphic sex and Kara/everyone. It's stupid. And frankly – after everything that has happened in S4 to claim they wouldn't kiss when they were reunited pushes credulity! There better be a kiss later on – I don't see what the issue is!

  2. Anonymous says:

    To the above commentor.. I second that!

  3. Anonymous says:

    This episode was well below the standards of BSG, because it was almost mind-numbingly stupid. Much of what happened didn't seem to make any sense, or felt cheap and cliched, and the characters didn't seem themselves for the most part. Much of the dialogue was immature and plain silly, especially the feeble attempt to make a convincing distrust between the Cylons and humans that made them instead sound like a bunch of 10 year olds bickering. The humour was forced into it and out of place. I wish Jane Espenson wasn't involved with the show, and if she writes this poorly again between two strong episodes later in the show it's going to be REALLY grating. If she thinks that bringing stupidity, sloppy dialogue and jarring attempts at comedy into Battlestar Galactica is appreciable then I can't comprehend how she has continued input in the show.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Yeah! I love Jane Espenson. She makes me smile and laugh.