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Battlestar Galactica: the Plan Interviews
Male: Can you talk a little bit about Battlestar Galactica, the plan and what fans could expect from that?
Jane Espenson: You’ll see some events you’ve seen before and you’ll learn stuff that you didn’t know was going on. You’re going to see events that you saw on Battlestar once. You’re going to see them again from silent point of view and realized you didn’t really see it the first time. There’s more stuff.
Male: What can you say about the plan and what versions of six we’ll be seeing the plans because there’s a lot to choose from?
Tricia Helfer: Yup there is a lot to choose from right? The plan I think is going to be a fun little thing where some holds are filled in and you know simple things like when in the first season there was one episode with the character of mine called Shelly Godfrey.
Fans were where did she go? How did she get off the ship? Well we’ll find out how she got off the ship. So things like that. So we see Shelly, there’s a new six called – well she doesn’t really have a name, the script called her top six, so she’s the dark haired six, and she’s more of a drinker and a little bit rougher version.
Male: Daniel, the name Daniel the Cylon, Daniel Greystone, shall we put two and two together or think cosmic coincidence?