4 most disliked storylines in Battlestar Galactica

Let's go over four of the most disliked plot points and episodes within the 2004 reboot, in hope someone important will read this and these mistakes won't be committed once again.

BATTLESTAR GALACTICA -- Season 3 -- Pictured: (l-r) Michael Hogan as Colonel Saul Tigh, Mary McDonnell as President Laura Roslin, Edward James Olmos as Admiral William Adama, Jamie Bamber as Captain Lee "Apollo" Adama, James Callis as Dr. Gaius Baltar, Kattee Sackhoff as Lt. Kara "Starbuck" Thrace, Tahmoh Penikett as Captain Karl "Helo" Agathon, Grace Park as Number Eight, Tricia Helfer as Number Six -- (Photo by: Justin Stephens/Syfy/NBCU Photo Bank)
BATTLESTAR GALACTICA -- Season 3 -- Pictured: (l-r) Michael Hogan as Colonel Saul Tigh, Mary McDonnell as President Laura Roslin, Edward James Olmos as Admiral William Adama, Jamie Bamber as Captain Lee "Apollo" Adama, James Callis as Dr. Gaius Baltar, Kattee Sackhoff as Lt. Kara "Starbuck" Thrace, Tahmoh Penikett as Captain Karl "Helo" Agathon, Grace Park as Number Eight, Tricia Helfer as Number Six -- (Photo by: Justin Stephens/Syfy/NBCU Photo Bank) /
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Let's dive right into the universe of Battlestar Galactica, a show that's had more comebacks than a disco-loving phoenix.

Born in the late 1970s as humanity's last-ditch effort to look cool in bell bottoms and space helmets, Battlestar Galactica blasted onto the scene with a simple yet compelling premise: humans versus their robot creations in a galactic game of cat and mouse. Except the mice are the humans and the cats are chrome-plated, red-eyed machines with a thing for genocide. This original series, with its groovy effects and drama-filled episodes, carved a niche in the hearts of sci-fi aficionados, setting a benchmark for space operas everywhere.

Fast forward to the 21st century, and like a plot twist in a season finale, Battlestar Galactica reinvented itself.

The 2004 reboot wasn't your grandpa's space opera; it was darker, grittier, and packed with enough political intrigue and moral quandaries to make a philosophy major's head spin. Characters like Starbuck and Adama became household names, not just for their cool space battles but for their deeply human struggles. This version was a major in the sci-fi genre, blending action, drama, and questions about humanity that left viewers contemplating long after the credits rolled. And now, you guessed it, we're geting yet another frakin' reboot. I won't lie, I'm equal parts thrilled and slightly skeptical.

Like a Cylon resurrection ship, Battlestar Galactica is gearing up to come back from the dead, promising new tales of survival, identity, and possibly, more robot uprisings. The anticipation is building, as fans and newcomers alike wait to see how this beloved saga will evolve next. So, in true Cam fashion, let me bring up four of the most disliked plot points and episodes within the 2004 reboot, in hope someone important will read this and these mistakes won't be committed once again.