Battlestar Galactica, Season 4, Episode 10

The Final Four Cylons are outed and they find Earth. It turns out the show does indeed take place in the distant future with the humans being descendants of humans who went off-world after Earth was destroyed in a nuclear war.

Near the end of the episode, the area the landing party arrives at appears to be the Brooklyn side of New York City. The landing party is next to a broad river and across that river to the left is a wide bay. The other shore appears to be the edge of Lower Manhattan with a destroyed skyline of buildings.

The camera pans to the right over what is ostensibly the East River until the last two seconds of the episode, where at the far right edge of the screen stands a wrecked structure with a heavily abbreviated roadway. It appears to be the East Tower (Brooklyn side) of the Brooklyn Bridge. However, it should be noted that the information on this is incomplete.

So it looks like our heroes with the Cylons landed on an area that looked like an atomised Manhattan…

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7 thoughts on “Battlestar Galactica, Season 4, Episode 10

  1. Dood grace park is okay in the show…. but if you go to the website to see them answer questions and talk out of character…. she is THAT MUCH MORE of an uber babe.

  2. Woah woah woah, huh?

    “It turns out the show does indeed take place in the distant future with the humans being descendants of humans who went off-world after Earth was destroyed in a nuclear war.”

    This is, for now, pure conjecture. Even if that was a future Manhattan skyline (which is not confirmed… don’t forget that building they were all walking around “in” looked just like the odd-looking temple Apollo was looking at near the start of the episode) there’s still no reason to just assume that humans upped and travelled to the other colonies.

    Let’s just wait and see, eh? 🙂

    PS. to Steve, what site?

  3. I don’t know about your theory, I think that in the space of thousands and thousands of years that human structures lacking the densities of mountrains would have been leveled with the ground, specifically ones so obviously struck by a nuclear blast.

    On the other hand, have you heard of that dig up in central Asia somwhere, where they found traces of what they believe to be a nuclear blast, 50,000 years deep in the dirt? Sparks all kinds of possibilities, but I’ll have to give the BG crew the benefit of the doubt, after all the writers won that strike last year, who knows what kind of wierd powers of diception they might have now…

    However, the one thing that sprung into mind when I saw that wrecked city, (I watched it on my PC, first time I saw it I thought that river was a snow covered plain leading up to a bomb site, and that the bridge was some kind of futuristic artilery weapon destroyed)anyway the first thing I thought of was “that’s us alright”.

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