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In a dark tomorrow

Olmos talks about the last days of 'Galactica'

Edward James Olmos plays Admiral Adama in 'Battlestar Galactica,' now in its final season. Edward James Olmos plays Admiral Adama in "Battlestar Galactica," now in its final season. (Frank ockenfels/sci fi channel)
By Joanna Weiss
Globe Staff / May 4, 2008

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WASHINGTON - Now in the midst of its fourth and final season, SciFi's "Battlestar Galactica" - a tale of humans nearly destroyed by a race of machines called Cylons - is as bleak, allegorical, and groundbreaking as ever. And the stakes seem especially high, as four humans turn out to be sleeper Cylons, a pilot named Starbuck returns from the ... (Full article: 738 words)

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