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I am – Hercules!!
Some notes on tonight’s well-worth-the-wait don’t-miss-at-any-cost episode of “Battlestar Galactica.” * If you want to see the first 90 seconds, click here. * The revelations in the first 10 or 15 minutes of are so staggering in their hugeness, you may feel like you’re watching the first few minutes of the series finale. * Baltar’s back in labcoat, and in superscientist mode. No worshippers lurking about. * We learn how long ago the planet was nuked. * Anders finds a guitar neck. * Dualla cries over a set of jacks she finds in the sand. * Starbuck & Leoben decide to explore the planet together. * Dualla babysits Hera for Athena & Helo. This scene may prove important later. * A major character speaks the words, “What am I?” * Six finds something astonishing in the sand. * Starbuck finds something astonishing in a field. * Gaeta finds something astonishing in his bunkroom. * Tyrol finds something astonishing in his brain. * Leoben speaks the words, “I was wrong.” * Roslin comes to some very big decisions. Mary McDonnell may be the finest dramatic actress on the planet. * An enraged William Adama has a memorably tense conversation with his executive officer. It begins with the words, “Sit down, Cylon.” * Lee will adjust the number on the whiteboard. * At least one character will begin hiding a big new secret. * The final scene deleted from screeners forwarded to the press is said to contain the identity of the 12th and final Cylon. Which means I'll be watching tonight as well. * How does your screener end, spoiler boy? “Just ride the tide out to sea,” Tigh tells his fellow Cylon. 10 p.m. Friday. SciFi.

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