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3.10 - The Passage
, Kat's final episode
Member No.: 6
Joined: 8-August 06
| 3.10 "The Passage"Kat's final episode
Discovered by her former lover and supplier, Kat's past is revealed. When it is upon her and the other pilots to fly dangerous missions through a radiated region of space, Kat makes a fateful decision.
Directed by Michael Nankin
Written by Jane Espenson
Airdate: December 8, 2006IMDb
| Battlestar Wiki
| Wikipedia Promo stills
After having seen the promo pics for the "The Passage", I couldn't resist to have a look at Patriot Resources's collection of spoilers
for BSG season 3.
Now, one entry for 3.09 "The Passage" - the much-anticipated Espenson episode focusing on Kat - says there will be several character deaths. Given how Dee is featured in the promo pics I'm afraid, this time she'll be among the casualties. Unlike most fans, I really like Duallee, so that would be a downer.
Even more important, however, I am now afraid they may kill off the best character as well.
I mean, it's BSG, and the script is from a famous BSG writer, a show which had its own share of significant deaths. What do you think? Am I just paranoid, too nervous? Maybe I am so worried because Lost's Ana-Lucia was killed in her flashback episode.
Touched by an angel
Member No.: 11
Joined: 9-August 06
Well, what do I say? I donít know if I can find the right words, even two days after watching the episode. I am still in a state of depression. While watching the episode on Saturday, I couldnít believe that this happened. I thought she would survive, hoped she would survive. Even during the scene with Adama I still hoped for her to survive. When Kara put her picture on the wall, I was completely devastated. I managed to write a few lines on the SciFi Board yesterday, but I was almost unable to write anything about her, and I couldnít express my feelings very well because it was actually painful to think about it. Today, when I attended the lectures at my university, I was unable to follow the lectures, my thoughts were with Kat and Luciana. Itís hard for me to write these lines, to think about what happened to her.
When I watch a movie or a TV series I feel with the characters, but usually I donít cry. This time, though, I burst into tears, and itís still hard for me to accept that they killed off my favourite character on the show.
As I already mentioned on the SciFi Board, Katís criminal past didnít bother me that much. Almost every character on the show has some dark secrets: Starbucks involvement in Zakís death, Adamaís order to shoot down Bulldog and so on. And we donít know how she ended up being a criminal, Iím pretty certain she didnít want to be one and didnít want to harm or hurt anyone.
Kat became a Viper pilot because she wanted do something good; to help the people and show them she was a good person. And she succeeded in that, just think about how she cared for the lives of the other pilots in ĎScarí. And after the stim abuse in ĎFinal Cutí, she felt so sorry because she let down her friends. She cared for the people around her and that made her very likable in my opinion.
So no matter what her name was before the Cylon attack, Adama is absolutely right when he says her past canít change her accomplishments on Galactica.
What makes me very sad and a bit angry besides Katís death itself is the way Luciana discovered her character would die. Ron Moore said in his podcast that he and David Eick forgot to tell her, and she found out about Katís fate when they sent the scripts out to the actors. She really deserves better than that. After all we know, Luciana really loves her character, it must have been quite devastating to find out about it that way.
Luciana really impressed me with her portrayal of this complex and interesting character, itís sad to see her go. Hopefully she will have the chance to play a lot of equally interesting characters during her career.
Galactica, the ship, lost an excellent pilot and a very nice person.
Galactica, the TV show, lost an interesting, complex character who was portrayed by a very talented actress.
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