Two things, first from TV Squad, a spoiler about Sharon: She will definitely give birth to a cylon-human hybrid before the season ends.
The other is an analysis about the ratings of the show from last Friday, and how it's starting to go down:
Rumble in space:
'Battlestar Galactica'Premiere of critics' favorite down 16 percent
By Abigail Azote Jan 11, 2006
“Battlestar Galactica” remains one of Sci Fi Channel’s most-watched programs and a favorite among critics as well. They continually praise it for its gripping drama and intelligent content. Yet the series may be showing hints of aging, at least judging by last week's debut for the second half of season two. Airing Friday at 10 p.m., "Galactica” averaged 1.55 million viewers in the 18-49 demographic. Among 25-54s, where it's been particularly strong, “Galactica” averaged 1.73 million viewers. That represents a 16 percent decline for both demos as compared to the debut of the first half of season two, which began in July. The declines are even steeper compared to season one’s premiere ratings, down 16 percent among 18-49s and 23 percent among 25-54s. Season one’s premiere averaged 1.9 million and 2.2 million in those demos, respectively.
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