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Hmmmm…I was just wondering if anybody had any ideas or insight about Starbuck in the Re-imagined series. I’m talking about when she flew her Viper off and imploded, then came back, in a new pristine Viper, then found her old Viper and dead body on old nuked Earth, and freaked out. She was not a ghost like Gaius’s Number 6, because she interacted with others and saved the fleet by bringing them to New Earth. Was it a sort of trans-dimensional thing where various realities merged? I’m thinking maybe they were copying the old version’s leaving Starbuck abandoned on a planet, only to save mankind by sending the woman and child back while he remained there. Maybe also, since the writers were willing to kill off main characters, they had intended to do so with her, but got too much angry feedback. Maybe I’m missing something. Maybe there was a resurrection ship that reanimated a copy of her body…the Cylons were advancing in their technology and could make real human clones and not just the original 12 prototypes. That would make sense, I suppose, because it would be the next logical step in their endeavors to become more human, and cloning is already possible. They DID get some of her DNA when she was briefly a prisoner. Hmmmm…So many unanswered questions. What say you? Closure to this mysterious enigma would bring closure to many, I believe. So say we all.

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Comment by Cdr. Keith "Leonidas" Ranson on July 27, 2012 at 4:39pm

Why Not?

Comment by John David "Buzzsaw" Feagin on July 27, 2012 at 3:38pm

You mean a Valkyrie no doubt! :o) JDF

Comment by Cdr. Keith "Leonidas" Ranson on July 27, 2012 at 2:48pm
Actually, She's a Glorious Angel Who Returned To Guide The Fleet To Earth. When I Go, Hoping She'll Be Waiting For Me!
Comment by Amy "Shooter" on July 27, 2012 at 2:25pm

Hahaha! No, alas, I was not a writer on the show.  But I do think about these kinds of things a lot!

Comment by John David "Buzzsaw" Feagin on July 27, 2012 at 2:16pm
Yes, Amy…The more I think about it this sounds perfectly correct…Starbuck’s Mother always gave her a hard time because she said that she had a destiny. The Cylon Hybrid also said she would lead same sort of thing, in an ominous sort of way, and though freaked out at the crash site, the male Cylon that was obsessed with her also knew she had a destiny or purpose. Yep! I think you pegged it perfectly! :o) JDF PS...Hmmmmm...Were you secretly one of the writers? A GHOST writer perhaps? Heavenly insight! ;o) JDF
Comment by Amy "Shooter" on July 27, 2012 at 1:43pm

Oh and thanks, John.  That's one thing I loved about the show.  It provided so many thought-provoking themes and topics for discussion.  And it still does.  ;-)

Comment by Amy "Shooter" on July 27, 2012 at 1:40pm

And I thought the show LOST left me puzzling.  ;-)

Comment by John David "Buzzsaw" Feagin on July 27, 2012 at 1:35pm
Hey, Amy! Wow! That was some deep thought provoking insight! Very good insight in deed! :o) JDF
Comment by Amy "Shooter" on July 27, 2012 at 1:16pm

I just keep thinking about her disappearing into thin air on the last episode when Lee was talking to her.  It was almost like she was spirit made into flesh for a short time after her death. For just enough time to fulfill her purpose.  She couldn't have been a Cylon because they were physical beings and she couldn't have been one of the angels like the 6 and the Baltar....so maybe she was a different kind of being altogether.  Then it was like as soon as she admitted that her journey there was completed, she disappeared.  She wasn't as baffling to me as her "resurrected" viper, however.  It's like when somebody talks about seeing their dead loved one as a ghost wearing the same suit they were wearing in their coffin.  I always have to ask..."how can clothes be a ghost?"  I know that is morbid. But it's confusing to think about tangible objects such as her new viper without a scratch on it coming back as a ghost too.  That would imply a divine sovereign entity at work, wouldn't it?  Some force recreating her and her ship to go back specifically to advance the Human and Cylon races.  ?? It's a thought provoking mystery.

Comment by John David "Buzzsaw" Feagin on July 27, 2012 at 6:31am
How mysterious. :o)

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