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I know we all miss the awesome sci-fi action and intrigue from Ron Moore's critically acclaimed reboot of Battlestar Galactica. But some viewers are also surely missing a few of the lovely actresses who called the series home. Not to worry, Battlestar junkies—Tricia Helfer and Katee Sackhoff are here to help, thanks to a sexy new charity calendar.
Here is some news that you will not frakking believe. Some frakking frakkers at Hearst Connecticut Media Group have banned the word "frack" from their comments section. Our response to that? You guessed it. FRAK!
''Hello, Gaius my old friend, I've come to talk with you again.'' Oh frak yes, we've missed you, Gaius Baltar (the amazing James Callis). Battlestar Galactica may have been gone from our TV screens these past three years now, but it sure doesn't mean people can't have a bit of fun with it—as you can see in this NSFW parody of Simon & Garfunkel's ''The Sound of Silence'' which becomes... ''The Sound of Cylons.''
The folks behind The CW's new superhero series Arrow have added another geek feather to their casting hat, signing fan favorite Battlestar Galactica and Dollhouse star Tahmoh Penikett. So who's Helo playing?
Want something done right? Do it yourself. Some fierce Battlestar Galactica fans took that phrase to heart and designed a game which'll let you captain your very own Viper starfighter. And here's the frakkin' cool launch trailer!
We haven't heard much about Bryan Singer's planned Battlestar Galactica film ever since it was was announced way back when; and the last we heard was that screenwriter John Orloff had been brought on board. Until now.
Last year, Blastr did a feature on 18 of the most memorable speeches from sci-fi and fantasy films. It included clips from Independence Day, Avatar, Star Trek, The Dark Knight and more. Many of you suggested we do a TV version, and today you've got your wish. Here are 18 memorable speeches from sci-fi and fantasy television that salutes shows like Lost, Doctor Who,Twin Peaks, and Firefly.
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This is awesome: A group of high school kids have spent the past year working on a life-sized, Battlestar Galactica Viper flight simulator. Guess what: It works!