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Starbuck, Battlestar Galactica

Did last week’s Battlestar Galactica series finale leave a hole where your Friday nights used to be?

Whether you thought the finale was a fitting end to the greatest thing ever to air on television or you’re convinced the show jumped the shark some time ago, there’s no denying the ‘old girl’ will be missed.

Relive the glory days in Bailey/Howe’s ground floor media collection:

Battlestar Galactica. Season One; DVD 4612

Battlestar Galactica. Season 2.0; DVD 5984

Battlestar Galactica. Season 2.5; DVD 5985

Battlestar Galactica. Season Three; DVD 5986

Battlestar Galactica. Season 4.0; DVD 6080

Battlestar Galactica and Philosophy book cover If you’re looking for a different kind of resolution altogether, check out Battlestar Galactica and Philosophy: Knowledge Here Begins Out There, from the Blackwell Philosophy and Pop Culture Series.

“This volume addresses some of the key questions to which the Colonials won’t find easy answers, even when they reach Earth: Are Cylons persons? Is Baltar’s scientific worldview superior to Six’s religious faith? Can Starbuck be free if she has a special destiny? Is it ethical to cut one’s losses and leave people behind? Is collaboration with the enemy ever the right move? Is humanity a ‘flawed creation’? Should we share the Cylon goal of ‘transhumanism’? Is it really a big deal that Starbuck’s a woman?” -Publisher’s information

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