Review: Battlestar Galactica 109 – 113

Everything you expected from the first half (see old review), you get back in the second half. And more. Ending with another two-parter, it proves to be one of the best entries this year, for TV in general. Successfully combining action, drama, politics and even a bit of faith and religion into a highly compacted short season, and still there are no cut corners to be found. Every episodes stands on its own, with a greath wealth of depth, while keeping your heart rate up, and your mouth in the “Aww!” position. With a nasty cliffhanger to boot, the only sad thing will be the waiting for season 2 (filming confirmed, air date not).