As "Battlestar Galactica" airs its final episodes, it'll be sad to see a sci-fi series that is arguably the most dramatically complex (for good and ill) in TV history end its run.
But as our story wraps, suffice to say that life in the fleet is not upbeat: Earth was found a wasteland, a violent coup was narrowly averted, Galactica and Bill Adama are both crumbling, sitar music is everywhere, Roslyn is still on chemo, Tight met his wife (the one he killed on New Caprica) then lost his infant son, Kara joined Baltar on the Loopy-Town Express, Boomer stole Hera, the toothpaste is nearly gone, and the future of Cylon-kind is at a precipice.
However, on the upside, Boxy blew himself out an airlock.
Annoying little bastard....
That pretty much brings everything up to speed. The two-hour series finale runs on March 20.