Part Two of "Resurrection Ship" airs tonight and without any spoilers, I can tell you it's a corker. Dueling assassination plots, more torture, thoughtful debates on the dehumanization of the enemy and whether it's worth surviving if you turn your back on the values you hold dear: it's the best show on TV right now. The last moments are unexpectedly tender but you don't want to miss the first moments either: Apollo goes swimming.
Some good news: fans of "Dr. Who" will be happy to hear the new version starring Christopher Eccleston is finally coming to America via SciFi Fridays in March. I posted the news yesterday.
Some bad news: "Galactica's" creator Ronald D. Moore is working on a new show for SciFi called "Basement 13" and that's distressing. Nothing throws a monkey wrench into a successful series like having to launch a new show. One of them usually suffers and it's usually the original. Here's hoping Moore bucks that trend but don't be surprised if Season Three this summer falters a bit.